Table of Contents
Section 1 - Administration/ Membership
Section 2 - Team Eligibility
Section 3 - Individual Player Eligibility
Section 4 – Senior Legion (League Play, District/Department Tournaments)
Section 5 - Protest/Appeals
Section 6 - Junior Legion (District, Zone, Department Tournaments)
Section 7 - Equipment/Uniforms
Section 8 – Manager and Coaches Responsibilities
Section 9 - Deadlines
Section 10 - Directory
AS OF: 1/1/13
American Legion Baseball
A Chairman appointed by the Department Commander shall be the Chief
Executive and Administrator of the Baseball Program within The
Department of New York. He shall be assisted by (5) Vice-Chairmen, also
appointed by the Department Commander, and a District Chairman for
each of the ten judicial Districts of the Department appointed by their
respective District Commanders.
Voting on any matter requiring action by the Department shall be by majority vote of members of The Department Baseball Committee at a
regularly convened meeting of the Committee. Only Districts with registered teams will have a vote.
Any Chairman that fails to carry out their responsibilities or resigns may be replaced by The Department Baseball Committee.
Section 1.4 Department Chairman
Call and preside over all meetings of The Department Committee.
Publish The Department Baseball Rules & By-Laws.
Inspect and certify all documents and papers required by The National and Department Rules for team participation in the National Tournament.
Section 1.4.4 Arrange for and conduct a Championship Department Baseball Tournament among the District Champions.
Make and enforce interim rules pending action at the next meeting of The Department Committee.
Interpret and rule upon questions on National and Department Rules submitted to him in accordance with these Rules.
Promote and encourage expansion of The American Legion Junior Baseball Program in the Department of New York.
Section 1.5 District Chairmen
Review all National Forms 1 & 2 with supporting papers under his jurisdiction. Upon completion of his review, he shall: Transmit to The Department Chairman 1 set of Team Entry Papers by Jun 10th. Retain one copy of each National Forms 1, 2,76 and 77 for record purposes.
Section 1.5.2 Rule upon all protests and rule interpretations submitted to him by League Chairmen within his District within 24 hours. No protests or rule interpretations shall be entertained other than those processed through the League Chairman in accordance with District Rules.
Review waivers on ALB Form 76 and Elections on ALB Form 77 for all players within his District requiring such action for eligibility under National Rules. Original forms are to be forwarded to Department Chairman by the team manager before player plays first game. A copy of the Waiver/ or Election shall be returned to each player’s Team so that it may be attached to the Teams National Form #1.
Arrange for and conduct a Championship Game or Tournament among the League Teams within his District consistent with National and Department Rules.
Submit a copy of current District Rules and By-Laws to The Department Chairman by Mar 15th.
Section 1.5.6 The Department Chairman shall be advised in writing of District/Zone Tournament schedules by Apr 1st.
Section 1.6 County Chairmen
Section 1.6.1 Promote and administer a baseball program within his County. Assist District Chairman as needed.
Section 1.7 Post Chairman
Section 1.7.1 Supervise play of his Post entry and assure that all National and Department Rules are fully complied with. Responsible for team conduct while participating with American Legion Baseball.
Section 2.1 League Play
Section 2.1.1 All Districts will form a league and all teams will play in that district league.
Section 2.2 Each team competing in The Department of New York American Legion Baseball Tournament must be able to field no less than twelve (12) registered players. If the District Champions cannot meet its requirement, the District Chairman must select next best team from his District that can meet this requirement. A game shall be forfeited to the opposing team when a team is unable or refuses to place nine (9) players on the field during all league games. A department/district may NOT modify this rule in any manner.
Section 2.3 Each team playing American Legion Baseball in The Department of New York will be required to register by Apr 10th.
Section 2.4 Each Team will be required to pay a Department fee of $200 and a National fee of $50 for Sr and $25 for Jr Teams at the time they purchase their insurance.
Section 2.5 Every American Legion Baseball team (both junior and senior) must purchase both group liability and accident insurance from The American Legion’s agent of record (S.A. Van Dyk, Inc.). Coverage must be purchased no later than May 15. Newly formed teams that miss the established deadline shall have until June 1 to submit proof of insurance without penalty. Should a previously registered team miss the established deadline, then they shall have "grace" period until June 1 to purchase insurance, but the team will be assessed a late fee of $200 payable to the department. Missing the June 1 deadline will result in the disqualification from any further competition.
Section 2.6 American Legion Baseball teams must submit their roster and be approved by their department baseball committee and National Form #1 filed via the national baseball website: www.legion.org/baseball, no later than June 10th. Departments have authorization to make roster deadline earlier, but may not extend the date. Violation of this rule will result in the disqualification from any further competition.
Section 2.7 Districts (or Leagues) may NOT allow additional players above the 18-man roster during the regular season. And a re-entry rule, as well as a courtesy runner rule, is considered to be in conflict with the existing rules of American Legion Baseball.
Section 2.8 Districts that do not adhere to Legion Baseball rules may be subject to suspension and possible removal from the program if violations are not corrected within a timely manner.
Individual Player Eligibility
Section 3.1 No player will be permitted to participate for more than one American Legion Team in any one Legion year. Once a player has played in any game, he cannot participate for any other Legion team in that year.
Section 3.2 Any player cut by the team manager must obtain, in writing permission from that team's manager to play for the team next nearest his parent’s legal residence. It is the duty of that manager to offer the cut player a release on ALB Form #76. Determine the next nearest team from among several. The nearest team shall be the shortest driving distance as calculated by Map-Quest. Player must complete Waiver Form ALB #76,( this form can be found only on the national American Legion Baseball web site) which must be forwarded by the new team manager to the authorized Department Baseball Chairman for approval prior to the player being placed on the roster. Teams using players without an official 76 or 77 on file will forfeit any games played in.
Section 3.3 Participation and play shall, in all respects, be in accordance with the Rules published annually by the Baseball Section, National Americanism Commission of The American Legion and Major League Baseball except as follows:
A. Dual participation may be permitted by District rule where such participation does not infringe upon player's obligation to his American Legion Team. Elections to permit Dual Participation must be included in the District By-Laws submitted to District and Department Chairmen by Mar 15th.
Section 3.4 Senior players released from a team must obtain permission on National Transfer Form #76 from. The Department of NY Baseball Committee has voted to modify the National Rule and Senior players releases are valid for their entire AL Baseball eligibility and only need to be signed one time. If a player is to transfer to another team a new Form 76 will need to be accomplished. Junior players will be eligible to transfer in the 2013 for one year. It should be noted that any junior transfers executed prior to 2012 are not valid (illegal) according to previous rule; therefore any transfer executed in 2012 season for a junior player is null and void.
Section 3.5 Returning age eligible college players are permitted to return to the team they played for in 2012. These players must have appeared on the 2012 roster. Returning college players are not eligible for transfer. (A player who graduated in 2012 must return and play for their previous team; 2012 graduated players are not eligible to play for any other American Legion team).
Official Rules Interpretation by the National Appeals Board:
Pursuant to National Rule 2.B.5, the National Appeals Board has the authority to adjudicate and clarify rules under National Rule 2 – Player Eligibility Requirements. Based on the numerous inquiries, hypothetical’s and examples regarding graduated/college players, the scenarios below have been reviewed and affirmed by the appeals board. Although these scenarios have been approved, proper procedures must be followed before the player becomes eligible to participate.
Appeals Procedure: All appeals must be done in writing and originating from the player, coach or team/Post. Supporting documents should be attached and forwarded to the department baseball committee for review and determination. In accordance with Rule 2.B.5, any provision not covered under Rule 2 the department baseball chairman will, with the concurrence of the National Appeals Board determine for purpose of participation the player’s eligibility status. Such decision shall be in writing and filed with National Headquarters.
Medical Waivers: Scenario – Player 1 did not play American Legion baseball in 2012. Player 1 played American Legion baseball in 2011. Player was injured according to American Legion coach during H.S. game; therefore he did not appear on the roster. Player 1 requests to play American Legion baseball in 2013. Is he eligible since his name did not appear on the 2012 roster?
Yes – The following “evidence” or documents shall be forwarded to National Headquarters:
1. Appeal must be filed by the team/Post letterhead requesting “medical waiver”;
2. That appeal must be forward by the Department Chairman to National Headquarters;
3. We need evidence that player in question played American Legion baseball in 2011 (which we can look up on the data base in this office);
4. A medical clearance letter from the doctor (on letterhead) describing injury and that the player is now cleared to play American Legion baseball again.
Once we have “evidence” in our office, a letter on National office stationary will be send back to you (department chairman) and to the Post/team for their files.
New Domicile Waivers: Scenario – Player 1 played American Legion baseball in 2012 for Team 1. Parents’ move which puts Player 1 into a new territory. Player 1 now lives with mom and dad and wants to play American Legion baseball with Team 2 vs. playing for old team. Since he is a graduated player, must he return back to Team 1 or can he play for new team closest to parent’s domicile?
Players Choice – According Rule 3.B.2 or 4.G, a player in their final year of eligibility may choose to play for his old team or play for the team closest to his parent’s new domicile. The following “evidence” or documents shall be forwarded to National Headquarters:
1. A written affidavit from the parents stating that the move is permanent and listing previous and present domicile addresses;
2. Must receive approved request before player can be listed on National Form #1.
Once we have the written request and supporting documents in our office, a letter on National office stationary will be send back to you (department chairman) and to the player/parents for their files.
Senior Team Fails to Exist in 2013: Scenario – Player 1 played American Legion baseball in 2012 for team A. The Post sponsored both a junior and senior team in 2012. Player 1 played for senior team in 2012. Post can not longer afford to sponsor both a senior and a junior team and Post votes to only sponsor junior team. Player 1 is in his final year of eligibility and wants to play legion baseball; can he play for nearest team even though his name did not appear on that team’s roster?
Yes – The following “evidence” or documents shall be forwarded to National Headquarters1
1. A letter from the sponsoring Post/OS that they are unable to sponsor a senior team for the 2013 season and that team no longer exists;
2. A list of names of all the players affected and schools they attended. Once that letter is on file at the National office, a letter on National office stationary will be send back to you (department chairman) and to the Player. This will be your evidence in case a protest is filed.
Non-Medical Waiver: Scenario – Player 1 did not play American Legion baseball in 2011 because as a new incoming military academy cadet, he had to attend their summer military transition program, therefore he did not appear on the roster. According to the coach, Player 1 played American Legion baseball for 3 years prior. Player 1 requests to play American Legion baseball in 2013. Is he eligible since his name did not appear on the 2012 roster?
No – The following “evidence” or documents determined the player to be ineligible for the 2013 season. :
1. An online search of the player revealed that he participated on a travel baseball program in the summer 2012;
2. National Headquarters checked its records for the 2011 and 2012 seasons. The player’s name is not listed on either roster.
Senior Legion (League Play, District/Department Tournament)
Section 4.1 District Chairman may select sites and schedule Championship tournaments within their respective jurisdictions consistent with local rules.
Section 4.2 Expenses for field, baseball and umpires are to be borne equally by participating teams. Failure to pay such charges shall result in suspension of the responsible District or team until such charges are satisfied. Consideration should be given in selecting District Tournament sites togeographical factors and mutually convenient neutral playing fields when possible.
Section 4.3 League Play
Section 4.3.1 League schedules will be sent to the Department Chairman prior to the start of league play.
Section 4.4 District Tournament
Section 4.4.1 All district, department, regional and national tournament games will be nine innings.
Section 4.4.2 Two (2) umpires will be used in The District Tournament.
Section 4.4.3 Any team that forfeits in the District tournament will be ineligible for the next years District Tournament.
Section 4.4.4 If a team is declared illegal or disqualified at any time prior to the next scheduled game, the team they last defeated is reinstated whenever possible, and treated as if they won the game. If logistics or timing prevent suc reinstatement, the next scheduled opponent is declared a winner by forfeit and continues on in tournament play.
Section 4.4.5 District Tournaments will have no more then 8 teams participating.
Section 4.5 Department Tournament
Section 4.5.1 Three (3) umpires will be used in The Department Tournament except that six (6) umpires will be used in the final game.
Section 4.5.2 The Department shall pay expenses for the Department Senior Tournament. This is to include housing and daily meal money. Travel will is the responsibility of the team.
Section 4.5.3 If a team is declared illegal or disqualified at any time prior to the next scheduled game, the team they last defeated is reinstated whenever possible, and treated as if they won the game. If logistics or timing prevent such reinstatement, the next scheduled opponent is declared a winner by forfeit and continues on in tournament play.
Section 4.5.4 The Department will provide a Championship Pennant to The Department Champions. The Post may add additional lettering at its own cost. The department will present the Champion and Runner-Up with a trophy. Department Champion shoulder patches will be awarded to the winning team.
Section 4.5.5 Each team participating in The Department Championship Tournament will be required to post a $500 bond. This bond to be refunded upon departure or applied towards any damages done at Hotel.
Section 4.5.6 Should the Umpire-In-Chief find it necessary to forfeit a game or if any of the above rules are violated, a written report from the Umpire-In-Chief must be filed immediately following the said game, to the Legion Official in charge.
Section 4.7 Any team manager who has information that might lead to the disqualification of any team or player must inform the Tournament director or Legion Official in charge before the game begins. The Legion Official in charge shall remind the umpires, managers and coaches of this obligation prior to the start of the game; however, when information becomes available after the game has begun, the team obtaining such information shall not be prevented from filing a protest. In any event, regardless of when a protest is filed, if a player or players are found to be ineligible, said player or players are to prevented from participation in any further competition and his or their names are to be stricken from the roster.
Section 4.8 Canadian teams may play in League, District and Department Championship Tournaments, and represent New York in a Regional Tournament
Section 4.9 At The District and Department Championship Tournament, any game suspended due to weather, light failure, or darkness will be resumed at the exact point of the original game. The completion of a suspended game is a continuation of the original game.
Section 4.10 After the game begins, no spectators are allowed on the field for any purpose other than emergency medical treatment. In addition, only uniformed players, coaches, managers, athletic trainers, umpires, tournament administrators, ball persons, and scorers are allowed in the dugouts, bullpens, and playing field.
Section 4.11 American Legion Baseball Delayed Championship Team Policy During a tournament, The American Legion hopes that each team will be given an equal opportunity to win the tournament on the field. However, over the past eight decades we have experienced game delays. Rain, fog, hurricanes, power outages and other acts of God have and will require: The American Legion personnel assigned to the tournament to take extraordinary measures to insure teams are given equal opportunity. If rain or other acts of God or Mother Nature cause a serious delay in a game or tournament, the Tournament Director assigned by the National Commander is authorized to:
1. Change the schedule and require teams to play games at a back up facility.
2. Move the tournament to another community (and ballpark) in order to complete the tournament.
3. Change the tournament to 7 inning games. (Cannot be shortened during a game)
4. If weather prohibits a tournament from being completed to the end, the following tie breaker will be used in this order: Determine champion 1 Last undefeated team 2 If three teams remain - divide the total runs given up by the total innings - lowest number is champion 3 If a tie remains between two teams - use head to head competition. 4 If a tie remains between three teams you will flip a coin. No team will be required to play three games in a day. 11:00 curfew may be suspended if all teams agree in writing to waive 11:00 curfew.
Section 5.1 The District Tournament Chairmen will appoint a Protest Committee of three people. It can include the Chairman himself if he so desires. All protests MUST be filed with the head umpire in charge of the game at the time the play under protest occurs and before the next pitch, play or attempted play and must cite the specific rule or rules allegedly violated. No protest shall ever be permitted on judgment decisions by the umpire. Once a Protest Committee decision is made, no further protests may be entered on the same subject unless new information is provided to the Committee.
Section 5.2 League play protest must be filed no later than 24 hours after the start of the game. These protests will be handled by the District Chairman. All protests MUST be filed with the head umpire in charge of the game at the time the play under protest occurs and before the next pitch, play or attempted play and must cite the specific rule or rules allegedly violated. No protest shall ever be permitted on judgment decisions by the umpire. Even if it is held that the protested decision violated the rules, no replay of the game will be ordered unless in the opinion of the District Chairman the violation adversely affected the protesting team’s chances of winning the game.
Section 5.3 Appeals at The Department level for League play will be resolved by The Department Appeals Board consisting of The Department Chairman, and the (5) Vice-Chairmen. The Board may be convened in person or by telephone conference, or electronic connection. Appeals will be determined by a majority of the Board. Appeals must be postmarked (with proof of transmission) within 24 hours of the ruling, interpretation or event complained of, stating the precise points of contention that are the basis of appeal. Appeals shall be directed to The Department Chairman: Bruce A. Mayfield, 30 Harding Avenue – Kenmore, New York 14217 or email address (email@example.com). The Department Chairman may issue and enforce interim rulings on appeals pending review by the full Board. He shall, however, make every effort to promptly convene the Board. Appeals should normally be processed through the District Chairmen. While extenuating circumstances will be a recognized exception, failure to follow channels may be grounds for rejection of an appeal.
Junior Legion (District, Zone, Department Tournaments)
Section 6.1 Two (2) umpires will be used in The Department Tournament except that three (3) umpires will be used in the final game. Not less than two (2) umpires in good standing of a recognized umpires association shall be used in any District Tournament Game.
Section 6.2 The Department shall pay expenses for the Department Junior Tournament. This is to include housing and daily meal money. Travel will is the responsibility of the team.
Section 6.3 Starting in 2012 Zone Tournament play will be added to the Dept Junior post season play. Two Zones will be added. Zone 1, consisting of, Districts 3, 4, and 9 and Zone 2, consisting of Districts 5, 6, and 7. These Zones and Districts assigned to these Zones could change according to the growth of the junior program. Each District will send 1 team to the Zone Tournament. The winners of each Zone Tournament will play in the Junior Dept Tournament Championship to be held at the Senior Department Tournament. District Chairmen will work together to provide a schedule and format for the Zone Tournament. Chairmen should do everything possible to provide a fair and inexpensive Zone format. The Department Chairman shall be advised in writing of District and Zone Tournaments schedules and format by Apr 1st. All district, department, regional and national tournament games will be seven innings. All tournament rules covered in Section 4 will apply to the Junior Tournaments unless stated differently in Section 6.
Section 6.4 Zone Tournament play will be double game elimination seven inning games. The past years District winner will get the bye for the coming year. There will be a coin flip every game to see who will be the home team. Baseballs will be provided by both competing teams; also the cost of umpires will be split between the teams playing.
Equipment and Uniforms
Section 7.1 All non-wood bats must be BBCOR certified. If any bat fails to meet this requirement, said bat shall be removed from the game, the batter shall be declared out and the head coach or team manager shall be ejected from the game. This rule changes follows the 2012 NFHS rule, which mandates that the head coach or manager is responsible for all equipment in the dugout.
Effective the 2014 season the Department of New York Legion Baseball program will be strictly a wooden bat league.
The Baseball Committee has selected the Diamond Baseball to be the official supplier of the Department of New York American Legion Baseball Program. Failure to use Diamond Baseballs will eliminate the team from Department Tournament Play. Baseballs are to be purchased from local dealers provided by Diamond Baseball. The ball should be stamped with The American Legion Baseball Logo to get proper credit. Please use local dealers. We will pay between $55 and $56 per dz and it’s the D1-AL. It is listed on the Diamond web site under American Legion The Committee encourages teams in the same area to pull together to get even a better price from their dealer. Diamond Sports Incorporated will provide 40 dozen baseballs for the Department Tournaments. They will also provide bat bags for the winners of the Senior and Junior Championship team players.
Section 7.3 Each team must have a first aid kit with them in the dugout at each game.
Section 7.4 All players are required to wear a double-flapped, ear-protective helmet while batting, running the bases, and on deck. Bat boys or girls must wear a double-flapped, ear-protective helmet while on the field. All batting helmets must have the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) seal of approval stamped on the helmet, and such seal must be visible on the outside of the helmet. Base coaches are required to wear a standard batting helmet, with or without earflaps (safety rule: ejection for non-compliance after one warning). Batters are required to wear a standard batting helmet with earflaps.
Section 7.5 Players and coaches must be in uniforms of the same color and style when competing in Department (state) and national tournaments.
Section 7.5.1 Any player, coach or manager who does not have an American Legion Baseball insignia or either the left sleeve or left chest of his uniform shirt will be removed from the game.
Section 7.5.2 The front of the uniform shirt may carry lettering that identifies the post, department, town city, community or sponsor that the team represents. Such lettering must be acceptable to the sponsoring department
Section 7.5.3 Courtesy jackets are permissible at all levels of American Legion baseball for coaches and players to wear a courtesy jacket, (wind shirts, jackets, or alternate jerseys) because of adverse weather conditions. However, a uniform top must still be worn under these jackets. Coaches and players not in proper uniform will be restricted to the dug-outs.
MANGER AND COACHES RESPONSIBILTIES
Section 8.1 Background check screening will be conducted on all coaches, managers, team trainers, adult score keepers on the bench and volunteer staff of Junior and Senior American Legion Baseball teams.
Section 8.2 General conduct: Demonstrate behavior appropriate for a role model for youth; be courteous, fair, and unbiased in your treatment of all children and youth. Put the welfare and well-being of children and youth first. Treat all children and youth with dignity and respect.
Drugs, tobacco, alcohol and sexually explicit materials:
Do not possess, distribute, use or allow others to use alcohol or drugs during operation of national youth programs.
The use of tobacco at national youth programs is prohibited in the presence of children or youth.
Do not be in the possession of any sexually orientated materials when conducting business as staff of a national youth program.
Use of Language:
Do not use harsh, inappropriate, offensive, profane or degrading language in the presence of children or youth.
Do not discuss sexual history, preferences or fantasies with or in the presence of children or youth
Section 8.3 Managers, coaches or players who, in the opinion of the department chairman or his representative, conduct themselves in an unsportsmanlike manner that would discredit this program may be removed by the department baseball committee. The department baseball committee’s decision will be final.
MARCH 15th Copies of District By-Laws Submitted To Department Chairman.
APRIL 1ST Copy of District Tournament scenario and League scenario to Dept Chairman
APRIL 10th All teams must be registered
MAY 15TH Deadline for Insurance Coverage.
JUNE 10th Forward All National Entry Forms 1 & 2 And Supporting Documents to District Chairman. (2 copies)
JUNE 15th District Chairman forward all original National Form 2 to Department Chairman
JUNE 30TH Department closing date.
DISTRICT CHAMPIONS - By 7/28/13
DEPARTMENT JR. TOURNAMENT – Arrive 8/1/13 – Utica, NY Play 8/2 – 8/3
DEPARTMENT SR. TOURNAMENT - Arrive 7/30/13 – Utica, NY Start Play 7/31 thru 8/4
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT - 8/8/13 thru 8/12/13 – Middletown, CT
WORLD SERIES - 8/16/13 thru 8/20/13 - Shelby, NC
DEPARTMENT BASEBALL COMMITTEE
BRUCE MAYFIELD, CHAIRMAN
30 HARDING AVENUE
KENMORE, NY 14217
TELEPHONE NO – 1/716/874-0455
e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
JOSEPH P. FINN, VICE-CHAIRMAN
2A MICHIGAN AVENUE
RENSSELAER, NY 12144
TELEPHONE NO – (H) 1/518/477-9169
e-mail – email@example.com
WILLIAM CRANE, JR., VICE-CHAIRMAN
3394 STANTON STREET
PAINTED POST, NY 14870
TELEPHONE NO – 1/607/936-4541
e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
GIL WOOD, VICE-CHAIRMAN
20 MARYLAND AVENUE
BINGHAMTON, NY 13903
TELEPHONE NO – 1/607/624-2271
e-mail – email@example.com
RAYMOND CASO, VICE-CHAIRMAN
25 LEIPER DRIVE
TONAWANDA, NY 14150
TELEPHONE NO – 1/716/692-5617
CELL NO – 1/716/445-1645
e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARLES MANFRO, VICE-CHAIRMAN (JR. BASEBALL)
88 0’NEIL STREET
KINGSTON, NY 12401
TELEPHONE NO – 1/845/338-8785
e-mail – email@example.com
3rd DISTRICT - ERIC TOLMIE, CHAIRMAN
2 EXECUTIVE PARK DRIVE
ALBANY, NY 12203
CELL PHONE - 1/518/573-8419
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
4TH DISTRICT THOMAS BURNS, CHARLES
278 RIDGE STREET
GLENS FALLS, NY 12801
TELEPHONE NO – 1/518/798/8290
E-mail – email@example.com
5TH DISTRICT - FRANK SAVINO, CHAIRMAN
4991 STOP SEVEN ROAD
WHITESBORO, NY 13492
TELEPHONE NO – 1/315/264-3725
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
6TH DISTRICT – THOMAS LESKO, CHAIRMAN
1407 PINE STREET
ENDICOTT, NY 13760
TELEPHONE NO. - 607-754-4839
E-Mail - email@example.com
7TH DISTRICT - GEORGE DEBAY, CHAIRMAN
?62 MATHEW LANE
ROCHESTER, NY 14626
?TELEPHONE NO - 585-225-6909
?E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
8TH DISTRICT - RAYMOND CASO, VICE-CHAIRMAN
25 LEIPER DRIVE
TONAWANDA, NY 14150
TELEPHONE NO – 1/716/692-5617
CELL NO – 1/716/445-1645
e-mail – email@example.com
9th DISTRICT - NICK PREVITI, CHAIRMAN
6 BERRY LANE
NEWBURGH, NY 12550
TELEPHONE NO. – 1/845-784-4851
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org