Mayor Jane Newberry
Cameron became an active volunteer for the municipality and community almost right away after moving to Green Mountain Falls in 2010. Beginning in Aug. 2011, Cameron served a two-year appointment to the Planning Commission. He also led a Webelos Den for the local Cub Scout Pack. Cameron also played an active role in reviving the Chamber of Commerce as a member of the Town’s Economic Sustainability Advisory Committee from October 2011 through January 2013. Cameron is currently Mayor Pro Tem and serving in his first elected office in a four-year term as Trustee.
Tyler has been very active in local and regional political positions. He served as mayor of the town of Green Mountain Falls from 2004 to 2012. Following his 4 terms as Mayor, the voters elected him to a four year term as Town Trustee. During the final months of his last term of Mayor, the Town Hall was destroyed by arson. Tyler lead the town through the near term recovery plan and oversaw the construction of the new town hall. Making a difference in the small mountain hamlet of about 800 people is why Tyler has been involved in town government. In 1998, Tyler was appointed to the town of Green Mountain Falls’ Planning Commission where he was selected by his peers to serve as Vice Chair. In January of 1999, Tyler was selected to serve as a Town Trustee for Green Mountain Falls, and was re-elected twice prior to being elected Mayor of Green Mountain Falls.