Dear Friends: We will gather at 11am at the Grange Hall on June 2 to discuss the pattern of the Fair this year. Many have suggested giving the fair a new look this year, so come if you can to add your opinions. The fair this year is Saturday, July 21st.
TOWN OF HALCOTT PLANNING BOARD
Meeting of March 21, 2018
Present: Ted Johnson, Andrew Kelder, Mark Vogler, Sec. Nancy Reynolds
Absent: Adina Johnson
Public: Brian Grocholl
Chairman Johnson opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag at 6:05PM.
The meeting originally scheduled for 3/7/2018 was rescheduled due to a snow storm.
Application and site sketch for Brian Grocholl were reviewed. Site visit to the property on Turk Hollow Road was made by T. Johnson, M. Vogler and A. Kelder on 2/24/2018. As there were no issues or questions the Board agreed that a public hearing could be waived. Motion to waive was made by M. Vogler, seconded by A. Kelder, unanimously approved. Motion to approve the application was made by T. Johnson, seconded by A. Kelder, unanimously approved. Sketch was signed and dated and part 2 of the EAF was completed.
Motion to accept the minutes of the 2/14/2018 meeting was made by A. Kelder, seconded by T. Johnson, unanimously approved.
Motion to adjourn was made at 6:25PM by N. Reynolds, seconded by T. Johnson, unanimously approved.
Submitted: N. Reynolds, Sec. 3/24/2018
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THE MAY 2, 2018 MEETING OF THE TOWN OF HALCOTT
WAS CANCELLED DUE TO
LACK OF A QUORUM.
THE MEETINMG IS RESCHEDULED
FOR MAY 9, 2018 AT 6PM
Ted Johnson, Chairman
Just a reminder to take a moment and join our community garden blog. Feel free to add photos, ideas …anything you want to share. It helps to document our seasons and supports the garden when we apply for programs/grants etc. It is also fun to look at photos from our beginnings in 2010 to appreciate all we have done together!
In case of a local emergency:
Fire or Ambulance (land line): 911
Delaware County 911 (for cell phone users): 607-563-3349
Greene County Sheriff’s Department: 518-943-3300
Sheriff Seeley’s cell: 518-821-0257
Halcott Emergency Operations Center: 845-254-5041
(at the Grange, during weather disaster conditions)
….“Hope is the thing with feathers, that perches in the soul” (Emily Dickensen)
A cold slow spring brings hidden surprises and herewith please download your 2018 seasonal application forms to be returned asap with garden dues. Please drop me a line to let me know if you wish to maintain your last seasons plot. I am planning to be in the garden tomorrow mid am to set up the rain barrels and assess steps to plan our post winter fence repair. It was pulled down by late heavy snow in places.
Starting May, we will begin our monthly second Saturday, 10 am to noon meetings in the garden. ( May12, June 9, July 14, Aug 11, Sept 8 and Oct 13).
We request gardeners attend at least two seasonal meetings or provide the equivalent of (4) hours of service per season. I will circulate and post a sign up sheet for mowing and have it on hand at the first meeting, May 12th.
Save the date; Saturday May 26th for the seedling sale 10 am to noon. There will be tomatoes, lots of flowers, squash and more for sale in front of the garden. Please feel free to bring what you have and I will arrange to supplement with leftover dues from last season.
Looking forward to another great season in our Community Garden,