Local Government

Local Government 09.15.22

Councilman Jack Rogers Reports to the Town of North Greenbush

The Friends of the North Greenbush Library Public Library Sale is September 24th from 

9am-3pm. Please help support the library. A reminder the town will have another Electronics Recycling Day on October 1st from 9am-3pm. Both events will be held at Town Hall.

Residents voiced their concerns at the public hearing regarding the Quackenderry Commons housing development.

Certificates were given to two North Greenbush residents for bravery. The two neighbors rescued a woman from a house fire in March. The town and her family wanted to thank and recognize them both for their heroic efforts.

An informative presentation was provided on Climate Smart Communities by Haley Balcanoff. 

The Board approved a rezoning request to move forward to the Zoning Board for recommendations. A public hearing will be held on October 13, 2022 @ 6:30pm for the Points North Holding, LLC. 

The town’s sexual harassment policy was amended to include the New York State hotline phone number for sexual harassment complaints. 

A resolution was approved regarding shift switches within the North Greenbush Police Department and terms of the change were negotiated. 

A memorandum of agreement was approved with the North Greenbush Police Benevolent Association regarding court security details.

Check out the town website for information, announcements, and town board meeting minutes at townofng.com or contact me at jrogers@nullnorthgreenbush.org. I also post information on my Facebook page Councilman Jack Rogers. You can attend meetings in person or live stream at https://townhallstreams.com/towns/northgreenbush. Get involved and informed about what is happening in the Town of North Greenbush. 

Next Town Meetings are scheduled for:

•Zoning Board 9/14/22 at 6:30PM

•Planning Board 9/26/22 at 6:30PM

•Town Board 10/13/22 at 7:00PM

Happy Fall!

Constitution Week

In 1955, the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution petitioned Congress with a resolution to set aside September 17-23 dedicated for the observance of Constitution Week. The annual celebration was established when signed into law by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on August 2, 1956.

NSDAR is committed to encouraging study and educating the public about the Constitution and the men who framed it.

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