GREENE – After 24 years of service to the Greene community, nearly two decades as a member of the village board of trustees and six years as village mayor, Village of Greene Mayor Marcia Miller is taking a step back, announcing that today will be her last as mayor, though she would not discount the possibility of running again down the road.
Born in Greene and a graduate of Greene Central School District, Miller has held a number of positions both political and business orientated in the Greene community. Her first job was with MacCrabie Auto Parts, a position she held for ten years. Miller also owned Genesee St. Wines & Liquors for ten years and Cover Girl Wallpapering for fifteen. She currently works as a representative of Senator Tom Libous, a position she has held since 1997, also holding down a job at Chenango Carpet & Furniture and the Greene Bowlodrome. Her husband, Byron, once owner of Miller Shoes, now co-owns Chenango Sales Ford, and along with their son, Sean, owns the Greene Bowlodrome.
As a member of the village board of trustees under mayors Madara and Bennett, Miller served as the primary trustee for the Water and Sewer Department.