Hunter Seeks Public Input at July 31 Community Planning Workshop

Residents Encouraged to Provide Feedback on Future of Town for New
Comprehensive Plan

Hunter, NY – The public is invited to attend a Community Planning Workshop to provide input on the
future direction for the Town of Hunter. The meeting is being held to hear from the community as part
of the Town’s Comprehensive Plan update that is currently underway. The workshop will be held at 7:00
p.m. July 31, at the Elementary School Cafeteria, Hunter.

“This is a great opportunity for residents to tell us what our Town should be in the future, what our
strengths and current issues are, and what opportunities we should take advantage of in the future,”
said Town Supervisor Daryl Legg.

Town Supervisor Legg added, “Public input is critical to develop our new comprehensive plan and we
want it to reflect what our community really wants to be in the future. I encourage everyone to offer
their opinions as part of this important process.”

The public meeting will be a workshop format, where participants will work in small groups in a friendly
and informal atmosphere to identify and prioritize the issues and opportunities in Hunter, and to
develop a written statement that sets the course for the Town’s future. Everyone’s input is important
and will contribute towards development of the plan.

The Town of Hunter began the planning process to update its comprehensive plan in January. The
current comprehensive plan was last done in the 2000. The Town has formed a volunteer
comprehensive plan committee to steer the process and is working with planning consultants from
Community Planning & Environmental Associates. The major tasks to develop the plan will be to review
current conditions in the Town; perform community outreach; establish a direction and a set of goals for
the Town, and develop recommendations that will guide future planning, development, infrastructure,
capital improvements, land use, and other programming in Hunter.

For questions about the comprehensive plan process, contact Sarah Killhoury at the Town office at 518‐
589‐6151 extension 308. Information about the comprehensive plan can be found on the website at
www.townofhuntergov.com. Please plan on attending the planning workshop on July 31 at 7 PM at the
Elementary School in Hunter.

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NOTICE OF ESTABLISHMENT OF TANNERSVILLE FIRE DISTRICT

NOTICE:

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town Board for the Town of Hunter and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Tannersville in the Town of Hunter, County of Greene, State of New York, having met in joint session on April 11, 2017, for the purpose of establishing the Tannersville Fire District, adopted a joint resolution, by a majority vote of each Board then present, which is subject to a permissive referendum in accordance with Article 7 of the Town Law of the State of New York.

An abstract of said joint resolution is as follows:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on April 11, 2017, the Town of Hunter Town Board and the Village of Tannersville Village Board each approved a Joint Resolution, that it is in the public interest to establish the Tannersville Fire District, and that the resolution establishing such joint fire district is subject to permissive referendum as provided in sections 90 and 89-a of the Town Law. The Town Board and the Board of Trustees considered the evidence and any objections presented at a joint public hearing, held on March 28, 2017, regarding the establishment of the said Tannersville Fire District. The fire district will include all parcels of land within the incorporated limits of the Village of Tannersville and the entire area of the Town of Hunter Fire Protection District No. 1.

The Town Board and the Village Board of Trustees resolved that the property and affairs of the Tannersville Fire District shall be under the management and control of an elected board of five fire commissioners, elected each year by the voters of the District, pursuant to Article 11 of the Town Law. The Tannersville Fire District shall have all the powers enumerated in Article 11 of the Town Law. Upon the passage of thirty days following publication of this notice, the Town Board for the Town of Hunter and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Tannersville shall meet to pass a resolution confirming the initial appointment of five fire commissioners and their terms of office, as identified in the joint resolution establishing the Tannersville Fire District, who shall be thereafter elected pursuant to Article 11 of the Town Law.

Dated: Tannersville, New York
April 12, 2017
Corina Pascucci, Town Clerk
Robin Dumont, Village Clerk

Comprehensive Plan Committee Meeting

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN an Informational Meeting for the Town of Hunter Comprehensive Plan Committee will be held on Monday, April 3, 2017 at 6PM at the Town Hall located at 5748 Rte. 23A in Tannersville.
By Order Of The Town Board
Corina Pascucci, Town Clerk