43 days and counting for Hicks
In Whitehall, there is no one named “unopposed” on the ballot. In every race for the 2009 General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 3, every seat up for grabs in the town of Whitehall has at least two people running for the position, starting at the top administrator’s job.
Who will replace the roof on the town recreation center? Members of the Whitehall Town Board hope to decide the answer to that question by the end of the week after receiving and opening bids on the project on Oct. 7.
Board splits on 2.1 percent increase The Granville Town Board has agreed on a tentative budget that contains a 2.1 percent tax increase, something one member said the people can’t afford.
Judge Richard Gordon has opted to step down from the bench in order to pursue a run for Whitehall town supervisor.
David Waters does not want it to go away. At the Whitehall town board meeting on Feb. 11, Waters approached the members of the board about new findings after appointed highway superintendent Louie Pratt completed his inventory review of the town garage.
As the snow continues to fall, Washington County officials are looking for a better way to keep the roads cleared.
Board institues new policies on gas Loose ends are being tied up. That was the goal of the Whitehall town board on Nov. 12 as they passed a new policy on use of town property and personal vehicles and enacted a new reporting system on fuel and equipment used at the town highway garage.
The town of Whitehall has a new highway superintendent, and will look into the actions of the former.
Brian Rozell’s response to the Whitehall town board was quick. He resigned. Rozell, the now former highway superintendent who is at the center of an investigation into the use of fuel oil at the town highway garage, sent in his letter of resignation to the board on Oct. 31.