Greene County Waste Management Notice

Here is a notice from Greene County Solid Waste stating their price list effective September 1, 2022 together with their hours of operation and the location of their transfer stations.  Please remember that our town can only accept recycles and household waste, received on Sundays from 10am to 12 noon and costing $2.00 a bag for kitchen garbage bags (30 gallons and under) and $6 a bag for construction bags (45-60 gallons).

There is also more complete information about what the Town recycling center accepts on our website: Town of .

Town Board Minutes, 20 June 2022

Regular Town Board Meeting Minutes                                                                               Halcott Grange                                                                                                                           June 20, 2022, 6:00 pm

Present:  Deputy Supervisor Alan Reynolds,Town Councilmember Judy DiBenedetto, Town Clerk Patricia Warfield.

Call to order at 6:00 pm with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Deputy Alan Reynolds duly notes that due to the lack of members to have a quorum, a special Town Board Meeting will be held on June 27, 2022, 6:00 pm.

Meeting Adjourned at 6:01 pm.

Notice of Public Meeting

A working meeting of the Town of Halcott Land Use Code Update Committee will take place Tuesday, June 28 at the Town Grange, 264 Route 3 Halcott, NY from 6:00-8:00 PM. Monthly progress will be reported at Town Board meetings. Questions: email Karen Rauter, Halcott ZBA Chair at

Here is a link to the recording of  Halcott’s first Zoning Update Meeting
Start Time: Jun 14, 2022 05:45 PM
Meeting Recording:

 Access Passcode: =VFB8F8Q (if needed)

Halcott Propane Buying Group

Prepare for sticker shock. The Halcott Propane Buying Group price, effective immediately, is $2.099 per gallon. This is 10 cents a gallon less than Suburban originally offered and is also 10 cents a gallon less than Bottini offered. I did my best. You will still get 35 free gallons by bringing in new customers, and Suburban is offering our participants a discount on service contracts. We have a good bit of buying power. We bought 33,500 gallons of propane from Suburban last year. I think they are doing their best to retain our business. But if anyone thinks we can do better than this price, please let me know immediately. If you are mis-billed or have any other issues or questions, please email me at Alan Adelson