GLOVERSVILLE — Incumbent City of Gloversville 5th Ward Supervisor Greg Young announced he will run for a third term on the Fulton County Board of Supervisors.
According to a release, Young seeks to reinvest in downtowns, bring broadband to western Fulton County, supports the land bank, endorses energy efficiency and renewable energy in an effort to become a designated Clean Energy Community.
“I will continue to work to make county government more sustainable and efficient, improve community’s health and well-being, and fight for the neediest among us,” Young said.
Young was born and raised in Gloversville’s fifth ward and is a graduate of Gloversville High School. First elected in 2013, Young is the current chairperson of the Inter-County Legislative Committee of the Adirondacks and is a member of the New York State Association of Counties Subcommittee on Economic Development, Environment and Rural Affairs.
Young is also a member of the Board’s Human Services and Public Safety Committees, and the Youth Advisory Board. He is also the executive director of the Gloversville Housing and Neighborhood Improvement Corporation. He serves on the board of the Fulton County Historical Society and Museum as well as the steering committee for the Fulton-Montgomery Young Professionals Network and the Gloversville Advisory Board for Fulmont Community Action Agency.