The town of Whitehall is looking for a new clerk. Julie Millett, who was appointed as the Whitehall town clerk in January 2008 and was elected to the post the following November, will be stepping down from the position at the end of this week.
After months of campaigning and 18 hours of polling, nothing has been decided in the race for the town of Whitehall’s top administrator’s position.
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.
The Whitehall School Board has set the tax rate for the 2009-10 school year. The collection of school taxes will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 1, and continue through Nov. 6, with the board dividing $4,244,153 between each of the five towns that it serves. The school spending plan was approved by voters in May. [...]
The ending that many were hoping for will have to wait. Judge John Hall delayed sentencing for former Whitehall Town Clerk Janet Jillson on Friday, May 15, citing the lack of a Pre-Sentencing Investigation Report.
The town of Whitehall will be commemorated by a stamp cancellation this summer.
Assessments in the town of Whitehall will increase on average 15-percent. Town assessor Mary-Ellen Pierce said that based on state equalization rates, the town would be assessed at 85-percent if a change was not made.
We regret to announce the death of Leonard Frank (Len) Rich on April 13, 2009, in North Bay, ON following a brief courageous battle with cancer. He was 71. Len was born and raised in the small upstate New York town of Whitehall. After eight years of US military service he settled in Newfoundland in [...]