Local notices: Dec. 17, 2020



Special COVID Update Meeting

December 18, 2020 

The Town Board of the Town of New Scotland will hold the Regular Town Board Meeting on December 18, 2020 at 12:00 PM.   Due to health and safety concerns related to COVID-19 in person attendance will not be permitted.  In accordance with the Governors Executive Order 202.1 the meeting will take place remotely via Zoom.  The meeting will be recorded and minutes of the meeting will be made available at a later date. Members of the public can connect, listen and view the meeting at:

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Diane R. Deschenes

New Scotland Town Clerk




PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village of Voorheesville Board of Trustees adopted a resolution authorizing the expenditure of $23,624.00 from the Village’s Sidewalk Reserve Fund for the purchase of a Skid Steer. Such purchase is necessary because of aging equipment and the need to maintain and remove snow from additional Village sidewalks installed by the Village and with the help of a NY State DOT grant.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the aforesaid resolution, adopted on December 9, 2020, is subject to permissive referendum and will not take effect for 30 days or until a referendum is held in the event of the requisite number of petitions subscribed and acknowledged by electors of the Village in opposition of such expenditure are submitted to Village Clerk within 30 days of the date of adoption. A copy of the resolution and form petitions are available at Village Hall, 29 Voorheesville Ave, Voorheesville, NY

By order of the Village of Voorheesville Board of Trustees

Linda Pasquali, Clerk Treasurer


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