[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Corinth 2-5-1974. Amendments noted where applicable.]
There shall be an Historical Commission for the Town of Corinth, Saratoga County, New York, to be known as the "Town of Corinth Historical Commission."
The Corinth Historical Commission shall be reorganized, and the Commission shall consist of ten (10) members, which shall include the Town Historian and the Museum Curator. Four (4) additional members shall be appointed by the Town Board, and four (4) members shall be appointed by the Village Board. Town Board and Village Board members shall be eligible for appointment to the Commission.
The Corinth Museum shall function under the Historical Department of the town government, and the Corinth Historical Commission shall be responsible for the operation of the museum.
The Historical Commission shall be empowered to organize a local historical society, of which the Historical Commission shall be the governing body. The Commission shall provide for said Historical Society in the Commission's Constitution and bylaws, with the Society members being associate members of the Historical Commission.
The Chairman of the Commission shall make periodic reports to the Corinth Town and Village Boards.
The Commission will also be known as the "Corinth American Revolution Bicentennial Commission" during that period when the national celebration is occurring.
The Commission is authorized and empowered to review, collect and make available for public inspection all material relating to the history of the Town of Corinth. The Commission will have the responsibility of collecting and recording current material to be preserved for future residents in the town.