Local Government

Local Government 04.08.21

Thank You

We’d like to thank all the residents who came out to vote thereby preventing the possible tax increase for our town. We will continue to work on your behalf to bring additional AED units to the town, hold CPR classes, research the Pulse Point notification system and work with Mohawk Ambulance to achieve the best service possible for you and your families.

We also wish to thank all those who worked with us going door to door with flyers, making phone calls, posting information and creating a video for the website. We appreciate all your efforts, we couldn’t have succeeded without you! 

Thank you, Town Board Members, June Butler and Dave Hass

Town of Sand Lake Seeks Volunteers, Get Involved!  

SAND LAKE – The Town of Sand Lake is seeking volunteers to assist in three initiatives proposed by the Planning Oversite Committee and approved by the Town Board on March 31st.  

The Board approved a Town-Wide Spring Clean-Up Day on Saturday, April 24th with a rain date May 1st.  Volunteers are needed to participate and assist with planning and organizing the event.  

The Town Board also approved the creation of two standing committees, a Communication & Marketing Committee, and a Community Engagement Committee.

The Communication & Marketing Committee will be responsible for creating and managing a marketing plan to promote our Town’s recreational, cultural, arts, and historic resources.  Residents with skills in communication and marketing, such as photographers, copywriters, graphic designers, social media marketers, and anyone with a desire to promote Sand Lake are needed.  

The Community Engagement Committee will be responsible for creating and managing a volunteerism plan to connect volunteers with organizations and working with the Communication & Marketing Committee to promote volunteerism and community involvement. 

Residents interested in volunteering for any of these three initiatives should contact David Post, Chair of the Planning Oversite Committee at SLPOC@sand-lake,us.  

Town of East Greenbush Department of Public Works Spring Cleanup

EAST GREENBUSH – Spring Cleanup will begin Monday, April 12th, 2021, and resume for the next  4 Mondays. The leaves must be in biodegradable bags and brush must be  tied up into 4 foot bundles, placed out alongside of the roadway, but not in the road. 

The dates are as follows: April 12th, 2021; April 19th, 2021; April 26th, 2021; May 3rd, 2021

Please be advised that these are the “ONLY” dates the Department of Public Works will be performing Spring Cleanup. If you miss these dates, you may bring these items to the Transfer Station, located at 246 Ridge Road, Town of East Greenbush. Residents must provide proof of residency, or a Transfer Station permit, and are allowed to bring these items all year long at no cost. 

Please do not place bags of leaves or bundles of brush on the pavement, in front of culverts, or on top of catch basins. Place all items on the edge of the road.

Sincerely, Daniel Fiacco

Town of East Greenbush Commissioner of Public Works – 69 Gilligan Road. 518-477-6103.

Town of Brunswick Spring/Summer Pick-up Schedule

BRUNSWICK – Limbs must be piled neatly, 8’ long-no larger than 6” diameter. Branches must be free of roots and dirt. Avoid piling brush near utility poles and under trees, wires, or out in the street. We do not go on private property. Clean wood only. No commercial pickups. Please do not put sticks, dirt or rocks or any material other than leaves and grass in bags. We do not use leaf vacuums in the Spring.

We will also pick up other yard waste, such as grass clippings provided biodegradable paper bags are used. We do not pick up rocks, stumps, rubbish, etc. please do not put these items out with your branches.

Appliances and tires (no rims) must be tagged (Tags can be purchased at the Town Clerk’s Office)

Please no clear cutting of lots. Residents are also encouraged to dispose of leaves and grass at our Recycling Center.

Items need to be out by first day in front of your residence

Monthly brush and yard waste pick-up schedule will be the following dates: April 19-April 23rd; May 17- May 21st; June 21st -June 25th; July 19th –July 23rd; August 16th-August 20th; September 20th-September 24th; October 18th-October 22nd (last pick-up for season)

If you have any questions, please call 279-3461, Ext 100.

Town of East Greenbush Hydrant/Water Main Flushing Schedule April 2021

EAST GREENBUSH – Mon, April 19th– 3rd Ave Extension & All Streets off of it; Governors Sq, Cedarcrest, Plaza View, Birchwood Development /Valentine Dr, Deer Run, Mill Run, Flora Cir, Robin Ln.

Tue, April 20th– Route 4 (Troy Rd) & All Streets off of it; Thompson Hill Rd, Tech Valley Dr, Paul & Glaz St, Luther Rd, Donna Lynn, Old Troy Road Ending At Iroquois Pl, Columbia Dr, Old Red Mill Rd, Red Mill Estates, August Gate Development, Olcott Ln, Rysedorph Ln, Oriel Ln, Upper Areas of Hampton Manor / Eastern Ave To Summit Ave.

Wed, April 21st– All Streets on North Side of 9/20 Between Elliot Rd & Schodack Town Line; Albany Pl, Tamarack Ln, Greenwood Dr, Electric Ave, Horizonview Dr, Includes Huntswood Estates.

Thurs, April 22nd– All Streets on South Side Of 9/20 from Schodack Town Line; Middlesex, Van Buren, Bloomingdale, Hays Rd, Taylor Estates, Kriss Krossing, Short End of Phillips Rd, Wyatts Cir, Gilligan Rd, Ternan Ave, Sherwood Park, Woodland Park, Forest Point.

Fri, April 23rd– 9/20 & Barber Dr, Celeste Dr, Ridge Rd / Prospect Heights, Sherwood Ave / Clinton Park Lower Area Of Hampton Manor Below Summit Ave Including Lakeview Ave to Rensselaer City Line.

Flushing will begin at 8:00 am. During flushing, water pressure will be reduced. Water may become dis-colored due to iron and manganese deposits in the mains. Residents should limit their use of water for cooking and laundering during flushing in their areas.

Thank you for your cooperation.

East Greenbush Water Department, (518) 477-9367

Poestenkill Spring Clean Up 2021

POESTENKILL – April 26, 2021 – April 30, 2021. Acceptable items: Yard Waste (leaves, grass clippings, etc.) placed in biodegradable Paper bags. Brush and branches (cut to 8 ft. lengths maximum, stacked neatly, no more than 3 ft. tall). Stack piles with the cut or thicker ends facing the road. Maximum diameter for brush or limbs is 6 inches. If we cannot chip it, we cannot take it.

Unacceptable items: Garbage or trash; Cleaning of Vacant lots; Stumps, Sod, Rocks or Dirt; Metal items; Plastic bags or flower pots; Tires or Batteries; No Brush or Trees from private contractors.

Residents: please keep in mind we are a small highway crew that must take care of these brush piles by hand. Brown recyclable waste bags will be picked up a few times a month throughout the summer/fall. Please notify the Highway Garage of your location so the bags do not get missed.

Questions: David (DJ) Goyer, cell 518-269-1656; garage 518-283-4144.

Poestenkill Spring Clean-Up: April 26-April 30

POESTENKILL – I would like to thank David (DJ) Goyer, Poestenkill’s Acting Superintendent of the Highway Department for going above and beyond the call of duty in the months since accepting this promotion. DJ has continued his track record of being responsive and supporting to our residents and is working closely with the Town Board and town employees.

I especially would like to thank him for announcing and sharing information with residents on the annual spring clean up schedule. Not only has DJ shared this information on the town website and here in The Advertiser but he has also taken it upon himself to speak with residents and deliver flyers announcing the dates and guidelines. DJ and our highway employees will be cleaning up brush from April 26th to April 30th.

For more information on the acceptable items for pickup please go to our website and feel free to contact the Highway Department with any questions – 518-283-4144.

Eric Wohlleber, Poestenkill Town Council

 

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