BOS Adopts Budget, Thanks Dennis Hill for 31 Years of ServiceDELHI - There were no comments made during the public hearing for the Delaware County Board of Supervisors budget which was presented prior to the regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. The budget was adopted by the board and reflects a tax levy of $32,706,231 and the increase over last year is 1.4623 percent. The board recognized Harpersfield resident Dennis Hill for his service to the Delaware County.
Municipalities Come Together to Discuss Plan for Stamford Joint Fire DistrictSTAMFORD - The Stamford Joint Fire Districts will not provide ambulance transports after April 1, 2018, a hot topic that has been reiterated in recent weeks. On Thursday, members of the local joint fire district communities as well as officials, turned out for a “workshop” to bring suggestions, as well as information to the table in a public forum at Stamford Village Fire Department.
Town of Harpersfield Budget Less Than 1 PercentHARPERSFIELD - The Town of Harpersfield adopted a budget which will reflect a .255 percent increase in the tax levy for 2018. During a monthly town board meeting, resident Chris Ferla asked the town to establish a solar law. Ferla referred to Rosa Solar Project, a community-based solar project in the town of Harpersfield. A hot button solar project was touched upon - a subject that has faced a lot of resistance.
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Selecting a term
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