A group of local students is learning about government one meeting at a time. Over the course of the last month, village and school clerks have seen an up tick in attendance as seniors atWhitehallHigh Schoolhave begun frequenting the monthly meetings of local municipalities and the school board. Last month a few dozen students attended [...]
Although in the early stages, the Hartford Town Board hopes a move made June 14 will eventually provide more places for the town’s youth to play. The board unanimously approved a motion to proceed with improving the language in a potential agreement between the board and the Hartford School District which could result in leveling [...]
New Granville Mayor Brian LaRose kicked off his first year in office by joining the other village board members in passing a budget which will increase taxes while maintaining services. The $1.31 million budget includes a 3.13 percent tax increase on a tax levy of $968,370. The village tax rate will be $8.92 per $1,000 [...]
The purchase of additional salt for the remaining portion of winter weather could get expensive for Granville, highway superintendent John Tanner said Thursday night. “Well I guess it’s pretty much common knowledge what we’ve been up to since the last meeting,” Tanner said. Highway crews having been busy with the roads but have managed to [...]
The ripple effect of a potential Environmental Protection Agency fine on the Washington County Sewer District will include increased costs for the village of Granville, officials learned recently. Appearing at the Jan. 3 meeting of the village board, sewer district executive director Joseph Brilling told the board a capital project will be required to get [...]
Even before the Mettowee River Revitalization Plan was adopted Monday night, the Granville Village Board took action in conjunction with the town seeking funds for one of the projects mentioned within the development plan. Among the recommendations within the revitalization plan was a call to improve sidewalks within the village to make getting around easier [...]
The Whitehall Village Board revisited Kirtland Street at its Nov. 15 meeting, again looking for a way to resolve a concern. This time, it was over the fact that the speed limit was too slow. Under New York State Law, municipalities can only lower a speed limit to 25 mph on their roadways, unless the [...]
Another site has been proposed for the new town and village offices, but the officials who may make the final decision are not overly eager to pursue it. The latest option was pitched by Dick Emerson, the owner of The Line Townhouses in Whitehall.
and Keith Lobdell Granville turns table on officer claim After considering a municipal law regarding a bill from Whitehall for police officer training expenses, the Granville Village Board has voted to seek its own claims.