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NEW ONLINE TOOL TO HELP OLDER NEW YORKERS AND OTHER HIGH-RISK INDIVIDUALS PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM COVID-19

NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR THE AGING ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF NEW ONLINE TOOL TO HELP OLDER NEW YORKERS AND OTHER HIGH-RISK INDIVIDUALS PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM COVID-19

The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA), in partnership with BellAge, Inc., and the Association on Aging in New York (AgingNY) has announced the launch of CV19 CheckUp in New York State, a free, anonymous, personalized online tool that evaluates an individual’s risks associated with COVID-19 based on their life situation and individual behavior and provides recommendations and resources to reduce those risks.

Based on an individual’s behavior, the COVID-19 tool provides an analysis of the likelihood to contract, spread, be hospitalized and die from the virus.

It includes a mental health assessment to gauge depression and outcomes as a result of loneliness. The tool links people to local services should they have a need, i.e.) food, testing, paying bills, etc.

As the holidays approach and more indoor activities occur, it is important that older individuals with chronic conditions take this test to protect themselves. It is equally important that young individuals, who are often asymptomatic, take this test to help prevent them from becoming super spreaders. Information is power and understanding how we live and how our day to day routines impact the chances of getting and spreading the virus is critical.

The tool is FREE, anonymous and analyzes behavior, using scientific data that is being updated weekly. It only takes five minutes to complete and can be taken as many times as one wishes.

To take the five minute free online test, please go to: newyork.cv19checkup.org

PUBLIC NOTICE: Clermont Fire District public hearing on the Preliminary Budget

PUBLIC NOTICE

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Clermont Fire Commissioners of the Clermont Fire District will hold a public hearing on the Preliminary Budget of the Fire District for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2021.

    The Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 6:30 P.M. at the Town Hall, 1795 Route 9, Clermont. At the public hearing, any person may be heard in favor of or against any item or items therein contained. Copies of the preliminary budget may be picked up at the Town Clerk’s Office during regular business hours. 

    Please note that the regular meeting of the Fire Commissioners will be held immediately following the public hearing. 

By Order of the Fire Commissioners

Jennifer Flandreau,
Fire District Secretary

NY-Alert

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EMERGENCY ALERT CHANGE TO NY ALERT
Columbia County, NY  is changing its mass emergency alert system to the system provided by New York State known as NY ALERT. Currently, all disaster, weather-related and other emergency warnings and alerts for county residents are provided by the Code Red mass alert system. NY Alert  will provide county residents with important emergency alerts and additional informational alert options that include AMBER, sex offender relocation and road closure alerts.
HOW TO REGISTER As with the previous alert system, hard-lined phones will begin to receive the alerts automatically on August 29. For cell phone and email notifications, county residents must go to the New York State NY ALERT website and register for a free account, where they will be asked to enter their information and choose what additional alerts they would like. County residents are advised to visit  www.alert.ny.gov/enroll to register for NY ALERT cell phone and email alerts! Registration is now available to be prepared for the August 29 change
Sign up for NY-Alert today to receiving alerts for Columbia County, NY!

NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF FINAL ASSESSMENT ROLL

(Pursuant to Section 516 of the Real Property Tax Law)

Notice is hereby given that the Final Assessment Roll for the Town of

Clermont, in the County of Columbia, for the year 2020, has been completed by the undersigned Assessor(s), and a certified copy thereof has been filed in the office of the Town Clerk on the day of July 1st, 2020, where the same will remain for public inspection.

Dated this day of July 1st 2020.
Assessor
Cheryl Kaszluga

Park Workshop, Hand Sanitizer and Mask Distribution Wednesday, June 17.

The town Hall will be open to the public on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5pm.

Additional face masks will be handed out to any community member that is in need (until supplies last) between 5pm and 7pm. There is a limited amount, but they will be handed out while supplies last.

If anyone in the community is in need of hand sanitizer, please bring a small bottle with you and we can refill your bottles.

There will be a Park Workshop following the above activities help at 7pm to discuss the town park rules and signs in preparation of ordering/purchasing signs to be posted in the town park.

June 23rd Primary voting location changes.

Due to the Covid-19 situation, it is not possible to open all of the usual polling places, and many voters will need to go to new polling locations in order to vote in person on the June 23rd Election Day. On June 23rd, (in person) Clermont voters must vote at the Germantown Activity Building (54 Palatine Park Road, Germantown).

For more information, see the Columbia County, NY Board of Elections web site.

School Budget Votes

Message from the Pine Plains Central School District:

In accordance with Executive Order No. 202.26, the Budget Vote and School Board Election will be held remotely, by Absentee Ballot only.  Qualified voters of the Pine Plains Central School District will receive absentee ballots by mail.

The Public Hearing on the Budget Vote and Election will be held remotely on May 27, 2020 at 7:00 pm, it will stream live at this link https://media.dcboces.org/Watch/a7G4RrYe.  The budget materials are available on the Budget Vote tab and in BoardDocs on the Pine Plains Central School District website.  If any community members have questions and/or comments regarding the budget, please email the district clerk at j.tomaine@ppcsd.org.  Please email your questions by 7:30 pm on the night of the Public Hearing, or email before the meeting.

No specific information has yet been provided to the town from the other school districts, but their web sites are provided here:
Germantown Central School District
Red Hook Central School District