In addition to the usual, but routine, business, there were some new guest presentations. State Senator Terry Gipson, talked about issues in the NY State Senate and asked for input on local concerns. There was also a presentation on the impact of severe flooding, read by a representative from the Cornell Cooperative Extension.
The Library issue will be discussed — and covered on this site — on August 20.
On a hot steamy night heads were kept cool and many decisions got made. We also met the new Officer in Charge, Officer Kilmer, who offered a new child-seat inspection and instruction service for parents. A promising introduction!
Highway Superintendent Barry Hays discussed on a major problem the town is having with some beaver dams that keep on being rebuilt in the middle of the night.
Two lot-line adjustment decisions, but this is what it would look and sound like if you were seated in the community section.
This was a long and busy meeting, but if you want to see how our community government works, this is the place to go! Check it out for yourself.
A few hardy community members showed up on a rainy Monday evening to learn about the tax revaluation. Why did so few come to discuss their taxes? Was there something fabulous on TV? Does no one care about their local taxes? Feel free to comment…
I missed a couple of meetings in order to resolve some medical issues. I’m fine now and I hope that the town can resolve some if its political and financial issues. Here is a stab at it:
It took 2 hours to cover the agenda this evening. Unfortunately I am late in posting this because the following morning, at 5 AM, we left for a family visit to California for few days. Well, here it is, better late than never, I hope.