About Beth

Fast Facts About Beth McGee

I’ve lived in Enfield for 40 years, have been married to my husband Darren for 28 years. We raised our family on Tucker Rd.

I have a degree in Communications from Tompkins Cortland Community College.

I have owned a professional residential cleaning and property management business for 25 years. Yes- I clean toilets in my other profession 🙂

In 2013 and 2016, I was elected to the Enfield Town Board. Since January 2018, I’ve twice been elected to serve as your Enfield Town Supervisor. It has been an honor to be trusted by the residents of Enfield, and to serve in this way on your behalf. I appreciate the opportunity to learn so much and to dive in to so many important issues that impact our community and our daily lives so directly.  Listening, learning, and facilitating good work in the community and on the Town Board are my strengths.

Throughout my life, I’ve been active in community work. From nursery school board, to PTO president, youth group leader, community event planner, and many more great opportunities that allowed me to share my skills and energy to enhance the offerings in my community. I’m honored to continue serve the residents of Enfield as Town Supervisor.

I’m a mother and grandmother and love to spend time with my family.

I am a Certified Support Group Facilitator and Family Educator for NAMI Finger Lakes. (National Alliance for Mental Illness is a Mental Health support and education organization) Locally, NAMI is dedicated to supporting individuals who are coping with loved ones living with mental illness. Bringing Mental Health education directly to Enfield residents is an important personal goal of mine, as our family has been deeply impacted by mental illness and the challenges it presents in our lives.

In 2011, I worked with several Enfield residents who were concerned about gas drilling activities in our community to found Enfield Neighbors for Safe Air and Water (ENSAW). We held many educational programs about the gas industry, gas leases, environmental dangers and more. We petitioned Enfield for a ban and gained 1000 of your signatures, which were presented to the Town Board and inspired our current law against gas exploration and drilling activities in Enfield.  ENSAW continues to work to bring renewable energy opportunities and conservation efforts to Enfield.

I give my experience in website development to local organizations to build a web presence. One example is the townofenfield.org website, which I built in 2014. This site allows the Town of Enfield to communicate more effectively with residents and provides resources more efficiently for easy access. Many thanks to our former Deputy Clerk, Sue Thompson, for managing this site so well and making it so useful for residents! We continue to find new ways to provide information via the website to residents.

In 2015 I published a book about cleaning that became an Amazon #1 Best Seller within a month.  It still sells copies every day!