The Executive Committee provides engaged guidance and support to the Alliance CEO and staff. The Executive Committee is empowered to act between board meetings if necessary, and sometimes with specifically delegated authority to act in particular areas on behalf of the full board.
Sandy Morhouse, Chair
Peter Reale (Audit Chair)
Pat Ida (Finance Chair)
Vincent Smith (Governance Chair)
Peter Reale, Chair
Vincent Smith, Chair
Patrick Ida- Chair
As a local development corporation, the Alliance is considered a public authority subject to the Public Authorities Accountability Act of 2005, as amended by the Public Authorities Reform Act of 2009 (collectively, the “PAAA”) and operates in compliance with the Freedom Of Information Law (FOIL) and the Open Meetings Law (OML). In accordance with PAAA, the Alliance has submitted the following reports to the Authorities Budget Office:
Peter Reale, along with his wife Lynne and children, Tom, Mike and Lexi, is a lifelong resident of Ticonderoga. Mr. Reale graduated from Ticonderoga High School and earned a degree in Civil Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a third generation Road & Bridge contractor and currently serves as Vice President of Reale Construction. Peter and his brother John also own multiple properties in downtown Ti. Peter has served on several local boards including the Town Planning Board and Comprehensive Plan Committee as well as the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He currently serves on the Board of the Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union and is an active member of St Mary’s Parish and the Knights of Columbus.
Vincent was the Interim CEO of Silver Bay Conference Center in 2009. Vincent and his wife, Alice, then purchased a home in Hague. Vincent is the Chair of the Ticonderoga Area Cultural Arts Initiative, the founder of the Festival Guild Players, on the design committee of the Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership, on the Board of the Ticonderoga Natural Foods Coop, and has been active in working with local businesses, arts organizations, and the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum in improving their spaces.