Board of Taxi Commissioners


  • Village Hall Conference Room 
  • First Tuesday of every month 
  • 6:30 PM

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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Taxi Complaint Form

Any person wishing to file a complaint regarding taxicab services or drivers may do so by completing the Complaint Form below and emailing it to the Village Clerk’s Office at  

The Village Clerk shall be empowered to investigate any complaint and take action as may be deemed appropriate, either on his/her own or by referral to the Taxi Commission.


Paul GerardiChair
Pasquale LaganaMember
Stephen NeilsenMember
Luis YumblaMember
Luz CarbajalMember
Brian Harris
Leonardo Hernandez-GomezMember
Position Open
Volunteer needed, if interested please call
Clerks Office at: 914-939-5202 
Alternate Member

Staff Contacts

Sara SummaSecretary914-939-5202

About the Commission

The Taxi Commission consists of seven responsible citizens of the Village, appointed by the Village Board of Trustees. There shall be an alternate member of the Taxi Commission who shall have a term of three years and have the same authority of a regular member in the event that his or her presence is required to constitute a quorum. The Board of Taxi Commissioners shall meet on no less than a quarterly basis and report to the Board of Trustees on the administration of the Taxi Code. The term of office should be for three years on a rotating basis.

The Taxi Commission may request any Village licensee to appear before it for a hearing based upon any complaint against such licensee relative to the provisions of this chapter or any other applicable local law or state law. Upon request, the Taxi Commission shall receive from the Justice Court all reports of any convictions for which a summons was issued and shall, upon request, be provided copies of complaints received by the Police Department and complaints received from the public and copies of all accidents involving the licensee. The licensee shall be given the opportunity to be heard, including the right to present witnesses, confront his or her accuser and the right to cross-examine witnesses against him or her. After a hearing, the Taxi Commission may suspend or revoke any such license or take such other action as it may deem proper. It shall file its determination, together with supporting findings of fact, with the Clerk, who shall forward a copy of same to the licensee.