The Cortland Health Department gave an informative presentation at last night’s Board Meeting on the importance of Radon testing and the risks involved with exposure. For more information, please check out their website:
Pine Street will be closed due to construction from South Main St to the back of Key Bank / the entrance to the municipal lot behind 23 South Main St, to be closed on Wednesday, February 13th starting at 8am. The closure is expected to last approximately two (2) weeks. The entrance (alley) in back of 23 South Main St and the business north of it leading to the municipal lot will remain open for the residents on Pine St and Key Bank customers to exit onto Wall St.
Ski Club has been canceled for today, 1/8. Will be rescheduled at a later date.
It has been brought to my attention that some residents have had problems with NYSEG regarding the work that they are doing throughout our Village. Residents have stated that they have been blocked in their driveways, given no notice for gas shut-offs, and that they feel disrespected throughout the process. This is disheartening; you are all valued customers and deserve to be treated as such. Although our Street Department has addressed these issues with both the field workers and their supervisors, the Village does not have any authority over NYSEG or their project. Unfortunately, our hands are tied. We encourage YOU, their paying customers, to address it with NYSEG directly in hopes that your disappointment is taken more seriously than ours. The NYSEG numbers to contact with questions and/or comments regarding their project are 1-800-572-1111 and 1-800-572-1112. Please know that we understand your frustration, in fact, we feel it too. Hopefully, all the inconveniences that everyone is feeling now will bring better NYSEG service to our future.
Deputy Clerk, Deputy Treasurer
The Village Board Work Session will be held at the Little White Church on the Village Green, not at Town Hall.
(unloading assistance available)
Note: Any units that may have contained refrigerant must have a certificate of purging included.
2. Lumber or anything made of wood
Any tree wastes, dirt, cement blocks. and bricks are able to be dropped at the compost site.
COMPOST SITE NOT CLOSED
(COMPOST SITE WILL BE CLOSED Nov 11th & 18th)
ITEMS FOR AMNESTY DAY WILL BE RECEIVED BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M. ONLY
NO RECYCLABLES ARE ALLOWED
place them curbside during your weekly trash pickup
Due to ongoing renovations to Town Hall, all monthly Village Board meetings will held in the Senior Center until further notice.
Village Office will be closed in observance of Labor Day. The Office will resume normal schedule Tuesday, 9/4/18.