Mark Grimm - Albany County Legislator (29th District)

"Looking Out for You!"



Please view Mark's attempt to provide property tax relief:

Mark Grimm hit the ground running in his first term in the Albany County Legislature. Since taking office in January (2016), he has visited every county department in order to be as well informed as possible and give county employees a chance to ask him questions. Mark was elected with 65% of the vote in November 2015 to represent the Carman Road/Western Avenue area of Guilderland (District 29). View map of district.

Mark proposed legislation to give county taxpayers a tax credit, funded with new casino revenue and proposed a cutting-edge communication plan to make the legislature more accessible to every day citizens.

There are challenges ahead. The legislature is much too large for effective governance (39 members) and is very much tied to the old ways of conducting its business. Mark hopes to shed more light on how it operates. More citizen awareness and involvement offers the best hope for true reform.

Mark will continue to work hard to ease the tax burden, provide services in a more effective fashion and take a lot of the politics out of how the legislature operates. Never hesitate to contact him with a suggestion, concern or a need for help.

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Why Redistricting Matters to You!

New CPR Equipment for Guilderland Rescue Squad

Grimm Resolution - Casino Tax Credit

Grimm Resolution - Hi Tech Legislature Meetings

Republican Response to State of County

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More About Mark...

* Small Business Background

Mark works every day to deliver results for his clients. He is also an active volunteer in a number of worthy causes. More about Mark here.

* Town Board History

In his four years on the Town Board, Mark's persistence led to a long list of accomplishments, many of which would not have occurred had he not been there.