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Day, NY

Population: 856
Area: 70 square miles
Zip Code:  12835

Map of Day, Saratoga County


Day Town Supervisor Preston Allen
Day Town Supervisor Preston Allen

Preston Allen has served as Town of Day Supervisor since 2014.  A native of the Town of Day, he attended Hadley-Luzerne Central School and went on to a 32½ year career with the Saratoga County Highway Department, retiring in 2011.

Before his election as Supervisor, Preston was a Town of Day Councilman for 14 years, and is currently Chairman of the Public Works Committee.




Day Town Chair MaryAnn Johnson
Day Town Chair MaryAnn Johnson

Mary Ann Johnson has been Town of Day’s GOP Chair since 2013 following her outstanding 18-year service as Town of Day Supervisor, which included Chairmanship of the Board of Supervisors in 2005.  She is currently a member and vice-chair of the Town of Day Planning Board, the Financial Officer, Finance committee chair and member of the Executive Council of The Academy of Lifelong Learning (A.L.L.) located in Saratoga Springs, a member of the Women’s Republican Club of Saratoga County, and a member, deacon and elder of her church.

Mary Ann was born in Northville and moved to the Town of Day in 1984.  She graduated from Northville Central School and has a Business Administration degree from FMCC.  For 34 years she was employed by General Telephone, GTE Data Services and Verizon in the data processing fields, and was also part-owner in a restaurant and co-owner of an income tax business during this time.

Mary Ann is proud to have been the only one of 7 siblings to graduate from college, and to have worked herself “up the ladder” in what was a “man’s world” at that time.  Her career highlights include being the only female Town of Day Supervisor who has ever served as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, and her Veterans Committee chairmanship for 4 consecutive years – normally a 1-year term – making significant progress in addressing veterans concerns and needed changes. She enjoys contributing to the community and being a great grandmother.