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Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Town Board’s Special Meeting Sept 26th: Lake Restoration, etc.

Germantown Town Board Special Meeting, Sept 26, 2012 The Germantown Town Board held a Special Meeting on Tuesday, Sept 26, 2012 at 6 PM, convened at the Kellner Activities building. Attending were Supervisor Roy Brown, Joel Craig, Mike Mortensen, and Don Westmore.  The purpose was to see a presentation from JJRT, specialists in Pond Management …

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Letter from Turkey from Mark Schurzer

This is a letter from Mark Schurzer, of Turkana Farms writing about the trip to Turkey he and Peter Davies are taking  this fall.  He is a great writer and I thought you might enjoy reading it.: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hi all, Mark here, writing from Kusadesi, Turkey. Our trips to Turkey are theoretically vacation for me, …

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Town Board Meetings, Budget Workshops In October

Next Town Board Meeting 7PM  on Oct. 15th Brief Public Hearings on: Employee Cell Phone Use law and on the proposed amendments to the Animal  Control law will be held at 6:45 PM, prior to the Regular Town Board meeting on Oct. 15th There will be a series of budget meetings scheduled at 6 PM as …

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Notes on the Town Board Meeting Sept 17,2012

The meeting was called to order at 7:03 PM by Supervisor Roy Brown.  Present were Mike Mortenson, Don Westmore, Joel Craig and Joan Snyder.  Charlene Diehl, Town Clerk, was there as well as the Town Attorney, Tal Rippleyea. As soon a the meeting was called to order the Board and the Attorney retired to Executive …

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Kay’s Blog: Democratic Political News

Chuck and I spent three hours up at the Chatham Columbia County Fair staffing the Democratic booth with candidate information. It is generally sort of a downer because the dominant political views among the attendees are either Republican or the “we don’t vote, all politicians are crooks.” variety. However we had some very pleasant encounters …

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