In a couple of days it would be summer. Many issues on the agenda dealt with summer activities.
I was a bit late getting this video posted because I had no telephone service for 2 1/2 days. That’s how long it took Fairpoint to find the problem. Fixing it was 15 minutes. My DSL service is so slow I need to upload the file overnight. The vicissitudes of rural life….
In the public comments portion of the meeting, the Odd Fellows presented a document to the Board. Here are the contents.
While a lot of major issues loom before the community, attention to detail must be paid.
There was a busy agenda this evening and after taking an executive session break the Board came back and announced more appointments to community boards.
This was a chance for the community to get information and ask questions about the forthcoming real estate tax revaluation. Unfortunately, only 6 people not involved with the process were able to make it.
This was the first regular meeting of the newly composed Town Board.
This is the first meeting of the new Town Board as of January 3, 2014. The new officers need to be sworn in and appointments announced. Welcome Rich Brenner and Gary Cooper to the Board!
This is the last time we will be seeing this board.
As a result of the last election, Rosey Lyons Chase and Sandra David are being replaced by Gary Cooper and Rich Brenner. We look forward to their presence at the January meeting.
A special meeting was called to inform the community about the specifics of the upcoming referendum and give citizens the opportunity to discuss the issues with the Town Board. I can’t vouch for the information, but there sure was a lot of discussion!
I’m amazed at the number of people who come to this site only because of the meeting videos. I would assume that anyone interested enough to attend those meetings through video would be curious enough to see videos of the town itself. Check out the stories about the Dutch Schultz moonshine still, the history of Patchen Mills, some of the local businesses…. lots of stuff!
Take a stroll through Pine Plains Views.