Whitehall Town Board weighs fee policy for non and profit groups in town buildings

B y Lee Tugas

To charge or not to charge, that was the question the Whitehall Town Board considered regarding non-profit and profit groups using space in town buildings.

At its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 12, the board agreed that it needed to “formulate a policy,” as Supervisor George Armstrong phrased it, about charging fees for groups using town buildings, especially the Recreation Center.

The board authorized Armstrong to request a $100 per month donation from a recently formed Weight Watchers Group.

The [...]

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