Local Government

Local Government 06.24.21

Nassau Town Clerk’s Office Closed Friday, July 9th

NASSAU – The Nassau Town Clerk’s Office will be closed on Friday, July 9, 2021. Please plan to come in or call on a different day. The regular Town Clerk hours are Monday through Friday from 9am until 12 noon and the phone number is 518-766-2343, extension #1.

North Greenbush Report by Councilwoman Mary Frances Sabo

NORTH GREENBUSH – North Greenbush commemorated the men and women who gave their lives in the service of our country through a series of solemn wreath laying ceremonies at various memorials in town on May 31. Many residents have asked why North Greenbush did not hold a Memorial Day Parade this year as many neighboring towns such as East Greenbush and Sand Lake managed to do so despite pandemic limitations. I would like to stress that the decision to cancel the parade was not voted on by the town board and I strongly supported moving forward with the Parade this year.

As the Town of North Greenbush continues efforts to become a certified NYS DEC recognized climate smart community, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County is providing support for a Climate Smart Resiliency vision document to be developed. All residents of the Town of North Greenbush are encouraged to be heard in this process. A committee is being developed to work specifically on this task. If you are interested in serving on this committee please reach out to Bernie Wiesen at bw27@nullcornell.edu or 518-272-4210 or myself at msabo@nullnorthgreenbush.org by July 16th. Why a vision document? A vision document will represent the community members’ on the topic of strengthening the town’s resiliency capacity. The final document will serve as a guiding statement to help frame the direction the town aims to take when considering the longevity and well being of their residents. This project is made possible through the Climate Resilience Partnership. The Climate Resilience Partnership is a collaboration between Cornell Cooperative Extension associations in the Hudson Valley, with funding and assistance from the Hudson River Estuary Program and the New York State Water Resources Institute.

Submitted by Councilwoman Mary Frances Sabo

Town of North Greenbush, Wynantskill, NY Seeks Working Supervisor for Utility Department

NORTH GREENBUSH – The Town of North Greenbush is accepting applications for a full-time “Working” Supervisor for the Utility (Municipal Water and Sewer) Department, as well as other town programs. At least one year of experience with municipal water and sewer operations and supervisory experience is necessary for this position. Candidate will be required to keep written records and make oral and written reports when necessary. This is a full-time 40 hour per week position with benefits.

Interested candidates should send a resume with references to: Town of North Greenbush, Attn: Town Comptroller, 2 Douglas Street, Wynantskill, NY 12198. Resumes may also be faxed to 518-283-5010, Attn: Town Comptroller or emailed to: agermano@nullnorthgreenbush.org.

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