Nassau Town Clerk’s Office
The Nassau Town Clerk’s office will be closed on Thursday October 6, 2022. The office will reopen for normal business hours on Friday 0ctober 7, 2022.
In addition to our regular hours Mon – Fri 9:00 – 4:00, I will be open 8:00 – 12:00 Saturday, October 15th and Wednesday October 26th 9:00 – 6:00 to process Hunting and Fishing Licenses. Barbara Hansen, Sand Lake Town Clerk 518-674-2026 Ext. 122.
Town of Sand Lake PASSPORT DAY is Saturday, October 15th from 8am to 12pm
“Don’t wait, check your expiration date!”
We encourage people to apply for a passport during the off-peak travel season because demand is lower, and processing is faster. Do you know about passport validity requirements? Many countries require six months of validity, that means six months prior to the actual expiration date!
Call and schedule your appointment today – 518-674-2026 Ext 122
Go to travel.state.gov/passports
• Choose I need a passport (first time) or I already have a passport (renew)
• Complete the form and print
• Bring the unsigned form to the event with a passport photo, fees, and documents
Visit travel.state.gov for information on how to apply for a U.S. passport, required documents, fees, and photo requirements.
Routine and expedited service available.
Poestenkill Looks for Expertise to Update Town Website
The Poestenkill Town Board has issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) to identify a new platform and design for the town’s website, www.poestenkillny.com. The goals of the RFP are to: identify a new open-source content management system, create a sitemap and transfer data from the current site to the new site, and provide training.
The Town Board desires a modern, user-friendly website, an improved platform to increase the ease of communication with town residents, which will highlight the many natural resources and small-town character, which makes Poestenkill a great place to live and raise a family.
The RFP and more information can be found on www.poestenkillny.com. All proposals must be some submitted by Friday, November 18, 2022.
Submitted by Councilman Wohlleber