Biography of William Moehle

Bill Moehle has served as Brighton Town Supervisor since January 1, 2012. Before his election as Supervisor, Bill served for over 18 years as Attorney to the Town of Brighton, where he represented the Town in matters concerning all aspects of Town government, served as counsel to the Town Board and Historic Preservation Commission, and drafted laws and ordinances for the Town.

Bill has lived in Brighton for over 36 years. He holds a B.A., cum laude, from Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts and a J.D. from New York University School of Law. He has been active in a number of community activities, including Brighton Rotary, where he is Past President and Past Assistant Governor of Rotary District 7120, the Brighton Chamber of Commerce, where he is also Past President and ex-officio Member of the Board of Directors, and the Landmark Society of Western New York, Inc., where he serves on the Board of Directors. Bill also serves on the Executive Committee, Resolutions Committee and Bylaws Committee of the New York State Association of Towns and is President of the Monroe County Supervisors Association.