The two sides in the Pavilion “should we stay or should we go” issue will hold a public meeting on Monday, March 16 at the site.
Carl E. Combs, age 51, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Wells, Vt., on Feb. 21, 2009. Carl was born on Feb. 28, 1957 in Granville, N.Y., the son of Robert and Charlotte (Scribner) Combs. Carl was employed in the Maintenance Dept of Querry Co. in Proctor. Vt. Carl loved the outdoors. [...]
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.
The town of Whitehall prepared for 2009 at its Jan. 14 organizational meeting. Town councilman James Putorti and town clerk Julie Millett were sworn in as elected officials at the meeting. Both had been appointed to their positions earlier in the year.
As the snow continues to fall, Washington County officials are looking for a better way to keep the roads cleared.
A final offer has been made by Fred Troelstra. Troelstra, who is co-owner of Garden Time and the former retail site and Off-Track Betting location on Route 4 in Whitehall presented the town board with three options concerning the property at it’s Dec. 10 meeting.
The town recreation field is now named after a coach who patrolled its sidelines for many years.
As the band started to play, the snow began to fall. The feel of the holidays was in the air as hundreds of residents came out to the Amtrak Station to meet the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train on Sunday, Nov. 30.
A first step towards consolidation talks? The town and village of Whitehall have scheduled a meeting for Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 7:15 p.m. to discuss the topic. The meeting will be held at the town recreation center.
The 2009 Washington County Budget is still a work in progress. County budget officer Gayle Hall (Fort Ann) asked for the resolution to adopt the 2009 tentative budget be removed from the agenda at the Nov. 21 meeting of the board. “It’s obvious that we are not ready to take action at this time,” [...]