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OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE HANDY EQUIPMENT PROJECT
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Tuesday, the 4th day of May, 2021, at
7:30pm, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, there
will be a Public Hearing conducted by Town of Goshen Zoning
Board of Appeals, Goshen Town Hall, 41 Webster Avenue, Goshen,
New York 10924, to provide an opportunity for public comment on
the Handy Equipment project. The Applicant is requesting an area
variance for the minimum required setback, involving property
located along Big Island Road within the Town of Goshen, as
shown on the Tax Map thereof as Section 24, Block 1, Lots 32.21,
51.2 and 54.2.
GOSHEN CLEAN UP WILL BE HELD IN THE FALL
Announces Residential Brush Burning Prohibited in New York
State March 16 Through May 14
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)
Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the annual statewide
ban prohibiting residential brush burning will begin March 16,
and run through May 14. With spring approaching, DEC is
reminding residents that conditions for wildfires are heightened
in springtime when most wildfires occur.
Clerk 2021 Office Hours
and RG&E Raise Awareness of Utility Scams During National
Consumer Protection Week
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, scammers have increased calls,
texts, emails and in-person tactics, and they continue to
contact utility customers asking for immediate payment to avoid
service disconnection. Customers should be aware of the evolving
tactics of scammers who are trying to steal payment information.
Hooked on Fishing...NOT Drugs!
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler on Monday,
March 1, 2021, announced the launch of the first District
Attorney’s Office Youth Fishing Derby. The Derby will run from
April 1, 2021 through September 6, 2021 and is open to children
between the ages of five and eighteen who are children or
grandchildren of Orange County residents.
Storage Overlay Proposed Local Law #1 of 2021
Town Clerk’s Office Winter 2020 Hours
Notice of 2021 ADOPTED Budget
COVID19 Utility Shutoff Guidelines Factsheet
New York State Public Service Law* provides temporary
protections for essential utility and municipal services during
the COVID-19 pandemic. If you experienced a change of financial
circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, utilities and
municipalities may not shut off your service for nonpayment,
must reconnect your service within 48 hours, and must offer you
a deferred payment agreement to pay any balance due.
Exemption Impact Report
Notice Arcadia Water District
The object or purpose for which the bonds are authorized is the
increase and improvement of facilities of the Arcadia Hills
Water District, consisting of replacement of an existing water
storage tank and ancillary and related work in connection
therewith, as described in the map, plan and report, at the
estimated maximum cost of $700,000.
ATTENTION TOWN OF GOSHEN WATER DISTRICTS-EPA Flushing Wipes
Please do not flush anything other than toilet paper down your
toilet. Please be aware that cleansing wipes will cause back up
and problems at our sewer pumping stations.
** TOWN HALL IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC**
Town Hall is now closed and will remain closed to the public
until further notice as a result of the COVIS-19 pandemic.
of Local State of Emergency
Town of Goshen Supervisor Douglas Bloomfield has declared a
local state of emergency as a result of the COVIS-19 pandemic.
A Important Message from the NY State Dept. of Health
regarding the Coronavirus COVID-19
Recently, a new coronavirus - 2019 Novel (New) Coronavirus –
that was first detected in China is now spreading worldwide.
This virus causes a disease called COVID-19 and can lead to
fever, cough and shortness of breath. There are thousands of
confirmed cases in a growing number of countries internationally
and the virus is now spreading in the United States. Here
are some simple steps to help protect you from COVID-19 and
A Important Message from the Assessor's Office
Be Aware of Property Tax Appeal Company’s which are doing mass
mailings trying to get homeowners to sign up to review your
property assessment. These companies will charge a fee if you
receive any reduction. In the fine print there is also a $75 fee
for an appraisal and a $30 court filing fee. Sometimes a penalty
fee is also added if you decide to withdraw your case. Please
contact the Assessor’s Office before you sign anything.
WARNS OF CROOKS CALLING IN BILL PAYMENT FRAUD
O&R customers are being hounded by a new round of persistent
predatory phone calls today from phony bill collectors trying to
steal their money. The scheme goes this way: individuals posing
as O&R employees call unsuspecting customers and threaten
them with the immediate shut off of their electric service if
they don’t pay phony O&R bills with Green Dot or other
prepaid debit cards.
NYSEG Natural Gas Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips
Rest easy with these carbon monoxide safety tips. With the
heating season upon us, here are a few safety tips to keep you
and your family safe from the dangers of carbon monoxide.
811 Before You Dig
Dig Safely New York’s location request services are free. Simply
dial 811 or 1-800-962-7962 to reach our call centers, located in
East Syracuse and Latham, NY. Our Customer Service
Representatives (CSRs) are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week, 365 days a year, to receive calls regarding planned
NYS DEPT. OF TAXATION & FINANCE – TOWN OF GOSHEN
ASSESSOR’S EXEMPTION IMPACT REPORT 2019
Section 495 to the Real Property Tax Law requires counties,
cities, towns, villages and school districts to attach to their
tentative/preliminary budgets an exemption report.
Exemption reports will provide taxpayers, policy makers, media
and the general public with greater transparency on property tax
exemptions and their effect on overall property taxes.
Exemptions are reductions in property taxes granted to certain
groups of property owners (e.g., non-profits, seniors, veterans)
and are paid for by increases in property taxes on all other
taxpayers (except for the STAR exemption, which is funded
directly by New York State).
Adopting an Amendment for Solar Energy Systems Fees
Resolution Adopting an Amendment to Schedule of Building,
Planning and Zoning Application and Inspection Fees for Solar