The Mayor role involves interaction with both government officials and the community. Mayors run their town’s day-to-day administration and work with the legislative body to enact laws. They preside over council meetings, provide leadership, receive input from constituents and make business decisions for their municipality. The mayor serves as an official representative to other local and state governments and federal agencies. Mayors establish goals, objectives, and public policies, review and approve annual budgets and approve capital expenditures. Additional mayoral duties include, executing official documents, presiding over discussions on various issues and calling special meetings when necessary.