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7:15 PM, Monday, July 21st, 2014
Town GRANGE, all are welcome
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Always the 3rd Saturday of July, (July 19th for 2014), always a place for kids to have fun, always a delicious meal served from 4 to 6PM, always a place to meet friends and neighbors, always an amazing Treasures from the Attic Table, always a remarkably enjoyable way to spend your Saturday and help raise money for the Halcott Community Fund at the same time! Please join us!
Dear Friends: Beginning March 9th, the Town of Halcott will offer a weekly drop-off service for those of us who do not choose to hire a hauler to pick up our garbage. Halcott residents only, that is, renters and landowners, may take bags of household waste in clear plastic bags, at $3 a bag, to the transfer station, set up at the Highway Garage. The hours of this new transfer station will be 10 AM to 12 noon every Sunday. We are trying to establish hours that will also be convenient for seasonal homeowners. Instead of cash, we will be using punch cards. One punch card will allow the deposit of three bags of trash and may be purchased at $9 each from our Town Clerk, Pattie Warfield, 254-6441. Clerk’s hours are: 3 to 5PM Wednesdays; and 10-12 noon 3rd Sat of every month. They also may be purchased from Sam’s Country Store at $10 each. Punch cards will not be available at the transfer station and no trash will be accepted without a punch card. Please bear with us as we get this system up and running. Don’t forget that recyclables may also be deposited, as they have been, at same location free of charge: These must be separated, with caps removed. Following items are accepted: newspapers, tied or placed in paper bags; magazines, tied; cardboard, tied; plastics #1,2,3,5; glass containers; aluminum cans; electronics. Finally, please note that if you have been employing someone to pick up your garbage, this new service will not change your arrangement. This service is for those who want to dispose of their own waste. The Town Board has been working hard to make this option a reality for our residents. We hope that it makes life a little easier!
Dear Town Members: Take a look at the training described in the attached flyer that Karen Rauter is trying to organize here in Halcott. It will take place at our Grange Hall from 4 to 8PM on March 20th (snow date March 27th) and is open to all those in the area who are interested in planning. Dinner will be served! It would be a good opportunity to learn more about the do’s and don’t’s of zoning, the principles behind it, and how it protects a community. Please let Karen know at email@example.com (phone: 845-985-2581) if you are interested in coming. And we send a special plea to those of you who think of others who might be interested, but who don’t have email access. Bring them!
ZBA Training Flyer PDF
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