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Author: Kris Gildersleeve

PUBLIC NOTICE: ANNUAL ELECTION OF CLERMONT FIRE DISTRICT, DECEMBER 13 , 2022

 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Annual Election of the Clermont Fire District will take place on December 13 , 2022 between the hours of 6 : 00 PM and 9 : 00 PM at the Clermont town hall, 1795 Route 9 Clermont NY for the purpose of electing the following ; 

One Commissioner for a five (5) year term commencing on January 1, 2023 and ending December 31 , 2027 ; Candidates for the District Office of Commissioner shall file a petition signed by at least 25 registered voters of the Fire District. All residents of the Fire District duly registered with the Columbia County Board of Elections as of November 21 , 2022 shall be eligible to vote. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CLERMONT FIRE DISTRICT.

Jennifer Flandreau 
Fire District Secretary

Planning Board Agenda for November 9, 2022

TOWN OF CLERMONT
PLANNING BOARD
1795 Route 9
Clermont, NY 12526

MEETING AGENDA
November 9, 2022 7:30 PM

  1. MEETING STARTS – ROLL CALL
  2. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF MINUTES
  3. PUBLIC HEARING
    • Josephine Barraco, 1429 Route 9. Tax ID #191.4-2-28, 1 acre Subdivision.
    • Jeanette and Dennis Nesel, Germantown Beer Farm, 333 County Route 6, Tax Map ID# 190-1-8.200/595’ addition of a tasting room to be located within the barn.
  1. OLD BUSINESS
    1. Franz Safford, 40 Langridge Road, ground mount solar panels.
  2. NEW BUSINESS
    1. ELP Roe Jan Solar Project, Mill Road, extension of site plan approval.
  3. ADJOURNMENT

Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PRELIMINARY BUDGET OF THE

TOWN OF CLERMONT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING

JANUARY 1, 2023 HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND FILED IN THE

OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK LOCATED AT 1795 ROUTE 9

CLERMONT, NEW YORK, WHERE IT IS AVAILABLE

TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES DURING THE REGULAR HOURS OF

THE TOWN CLERK.

FURTHER NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE TOWN BOARD OF THE

TOWN OF CLERMONT WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING AT

6:45 p.m. ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 PRIOR TO THE

REGULAR BOARD MEETING. AT THE PUBLIC HEARING

ANY PERSON MAY BE HEARD IN FAVOR OF OR AGAINST

ANY ITEM OR ITEMS CONTAINED THEREIN.

PURSUANT TO TOWN LAW, THE PROPOSED SALARIES ARE HEREBY SPECIFIED AS FOLLOWS:

SUPERVISOR, $5,700; TOWN COUNCIL (4) $2,650; TOWN CLERK, $9,000;

TOWN JUSTICES (2), $5,800 EACH; TAX COLLECTOR, $4,800;

SUPERINTENDENT OF HIGHWAYS, $53,885; CODE ENFORCEMENT

OFFICER, $14,000; ASSESSOR, $16,000.

BY ORDER OF THE CLERMONT TOWN BOARD.

Legend Of Sleepy Hollow – Story Telling

The County of Columbia hosts Master Storyteller, Jonathan Kruk, for an entertaining, interactive show of “Spooky Stories” (for Children) and “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” (for Adults).
Venue: The Clarkson Chapel, NYS Route 9G, Clermont, New York
Date, Time(s): Tuesday, October 25, 2022 5pm (geared towards children), and 7pm (for all)
Cost of Attendance: FREE
Refreshments Available
R.S.V.P. to Shari Franks at shari.franks@columbiacountyny.com

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Town Board – October 2022

Town of Clermont
Monthly Meeting
October 3rd, 2022

  1. Call Meeting to Order @7PM by Supervisor Staats with the Pledge of Allegiance.
  2. Approval of prior Town Board Meeting Minutes-
    • Approval of September minutes, Motion to accept by Councilman Desmond, Seconded by Councilman Gildersleeve. All in Favor So Carried
  3. Written communications/Mail review

Clerk Report

  1. Total for General Fund $3667.02
  2. Total for Trust & Agency $2158.50
  3. NYS Ag&Mkts $4.00
  4. Total report for September 2022 $5829.50
  5. Mail Review-Office for the Aging Public Notice will be posted at Town Hall
  6. Web Committee-None
  1. Committee Reports and Updates
    • Bob-Report on Highway department-
      • Will be ordering new tractor, working with Gallatin-will look into municipal agreement
      • Remembering Charles Larsen and recognizing his past service-He has been gone 10 Years
    • Lindsey
      • No meeting for park committee yet
      • Kiosks are up-discussion on placement
      • Discussion regarding Hettling Park street sign-Will be replaced and placed on same posts as other sign
  • Kris
    • Nothing to report
  • Dawn-
    • Stencil Project-Great job done by all, additional will be done in coming weeks.
    • Thomas Shannon Germantown Historian-Thank you for the great job on historic markers
    • Latest Grant should be decided ~ December 1st. Significant reports have been written to assist with the Grant applications-Thank to you to all.
  1. Old Business
    • Mary Howard provided update on progress-Meeting to be held on 2nd Monday at 7PM. Finalizing Survey to be sent Late Oct. Early Nov.
    • Turkey Hill -Road is safe and work will proceed
    • Town re assessment will happen for 2024 full re-evaluation
  1. New Business
    • BAR appointment-Ripley Hathaway has been re-appointed for a term of 10/1/22 through 9/30/27
    • 2023 Preliminary Budget Motion to accept by Councilman Desmond, Seconded by Councilwoman Brownson. All in Favor So Carried
    • Public Hearing for 2023 Budget on November 7th, 2022 at 6:45PM immediately following by Town Board Monthly meeting.
  2. Supervisors Report-
    • Additional Thank you to Tom Shannon for painting of the historic markers
    • Thank you to Highway department for placement of the purple heart signs.
    • Thank you to Tyler for the repairs needed and completed for the community house.
  1. Motion To Pay Abstracts
    • Motion to pay General abstract #10 Vouchers #239-264 $12,832.64 By Councilman Gildersleeve Seconded by Councilwoman Brownson. All in Favor. So carried.
    • Motion to pay General Prepaid abstract #10A Vouchers #235-238 $288.90 By Councilwoman Lusher Shute Seconded by Councilwoman Brownson. All in Favor. So carried.
    • Motion to pay Trust & Agency abstract #6 Voucher #15-17 $112.47 By Councilwoman Brownson Seconded by Councilman Desmond. All in Favor. So carried.
    • Motion to pay Highway abstract #10 Vouchers #101-107 $4902.31 By Councilman Desmond Seconded by Councilman Gildersleeve. All in Favor. So carried.

Public Communication/Comments To Board-

  • A thank you from town resident Phyllis Heiko to the Town Board for their continued support of the Park Committee.

Motion to adjourn at 7:37PM by Councilman Desmond Seconded by Councilman Gildersleeve. All in Favor. So carried.

Respectfully submitted.
Tracey J Gallant
Town Clerk