In January 2018, a small group of community members met at the Mountain Top Library. Mr. Nate Jones, a community member discussed a vision to establish a non for profit youth forum on the mountain top. He elaborated on the need to provide additional physical activities for the school age students, such as, but not limited to: soccer, baseball, basketball, swimming lessons, youth sport camps, skiing/snowboarding etc.
At the closure of the meeting, the group in attendance decided that we need to construct a steering committee. The steering committee of approximately 8-12 community members would begin the processes of establishing a youth commission. We are looking for dedicated community members who are team oriented to help this process.
* The steering committee is not the actual Youth Commission. The steering committee would complete all the legwork/logistics to make this happen.
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UPDATE 3/13/18 – Due to the weather the March 13th Planning Board meeting and Public hearing for Haines Falls Auto is canceled. There is no reschedule date. The next meeting is TUES. APRIL 3rd, 2018 7PM.
The Town of Hunter Planning Board and Public hearing for Haines Falls Auto scheduled for March 6th, 20184 has been RESCHEDULED to Tuesday March 13th, 2018 at 7PM at the Town Hall, 5748 Rte 23A Tannersville.
Notice of Public Hearing
The Town of Hunter Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing for Site Plan Review on
Tax id: 183.05-1-9/10/11/12/33/36 the lands of R. France,
located off 23A & Sunset Park Rd, Haines Falls, Town of Hunter on
Tuesday March 6th, 2018 at 7:00PM at the Town Hall, 5748 Rte 23A in Tannersville.
The purpose of the hearing is to review the site plan for Haines Falls Auto proposed changes to traffic pattern, alternate scale route for larger vehicles, approved SWPPP (as built changes), Lot line merge of parcel 183.05-1-9, curb cut at the N. Side east entrance, internal road and 2 parking areas on the S. side of 23A, and any changes to be in compliance with Local Law # 6 of 2016 Scrap Facility Law. All interested parties may offer comment at that time.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Board of the Town of Hunter will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 6:30 PM at the Hunter Town Hall located at 5748 Rte. 23A in Tannersville, NY to hear the public, relating to a variance request from Tower North Development, LLC, concerning the proposed height of a certain proposed cellular tower to be installed upon lands of Twilight Cottagers (parcel id # 183.09-2-24) in Haines Falls. Please take further notice that the Hunter Town Board shall hold a special meeting to consider said variance request at 6:45 PM at said Hunter Town Hall.
By Order Of The Town Board
Corina Pascucci, Town Clerk
The Town of Hunter Planning Board is holding a Public Hearing for the Site Plan review of a proposed commercial building on the lands of W. VanValkenburgh; tax id # 166.19-1-2 &1. The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday February 6th, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Town of Hunter Town Hall located at 5748 Rte 23A Tannersville, NY. Project description: Move the existing exterior fabrication of raw wood baby barns to an interior location, including the mobile sawmill on the new adjacent parcel. Plans include the construction of a steel building, 100’ x 60’ x 27’h to peak with 3 – 4 barn doors on tracks. All interested parties may offer comment at that time.
The Town of Hunter Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing for the proposed Tower North Cell Tower on the lands of Twilight Cottagers ( parcel id # 183.09-2-24) on Tuesday February 6th, 2018 at 7PM at the Town of Hunter Town Hall; 5748 Rte 23A Tannersville . Tower North Development, LLC as the applicant proposes the installation of an unmanned public utility / personal wireless service facility on the northwest side of Squirrel Rd. The project includes construction of a 125 ft monopole (overall height 129 ft- includes 4 ft lightning rod), associated 80’ x 40’ equipment compound and improvements/ development to access road. All interested parties may offer comment at that time.
The New York State Department of Agricultural & Markets (Ag & Markets) regulates the treatment of animals, including pets. Although Ag & Markets law require that a dog owner provide adequate food, water, shelter and veterinary care, the law is sometimes interpreted in a manner that does not protect a dog that is kept in poor and/or dangerous conditions from harm.
In 2015 the Town of Hunter adopted a law that requires humane treatment of dogs that are tethered outside. Please become familiar with the law, posted below. It is important that dogs be protected during the summer heat and humidity, and also during the winter, when snow, wind and frigid temperatures can cause not only discomfort but severe injury and/or death to a dog.
If you have reason to believe a dog is being neglected, mistreated or abused in the Town of Hunter, please contact the Town of Hunter Police, the Greene County Sheriff, the New York State Police, or the Columbia Greene Humane Society.
- Restraint of Companion Animals PDF
- Dog Control Law of the Town Of Hunter PDF
- Dog Licensing Law PDF