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Emergency Information, and other items of importance to the community.
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NOTICE OF ADOPTION

A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HAMLET OF EAST BRANCH WATER DISTRICT, AND THE IMPROVEMENTS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. RESOLUTION 080718B, A copy which is available in PDF form for download and review here.

Dated: Hancock, New York,
August 8, 2018.

Ann Green, Town Clerk


NOTICE of Public Hearing by the Town Board of the Town of Hancock, Delaware County, New York

TOWN OF HANCOCK

Office of the Town Clerk

Ann L Green

661 West Main Street

Hancock, New York 13783

607 637-3651

607 637-4617 (fax)

clerk@hancock.net

A meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Hancock, Delaware County, New York, shall be held at the Town Hall, 661 West Main Street Hancock New York, in said Town, on the 7th day of August, 2018, at 7:30 o'clock P.M., Prevailing Time, for the purpose of holding a public hearing to consider the establishment of the Water District in said Town, to be known as to the Hamlet of East Branch Water District, and the improvements proposed therefor, and to consider the map, plan and report filed in relation thereto, and to hear all persons interested in the subject matter thereof concerning the same, and for such other action on the part of said Town Board as may be required by law or shall be proper in the premises.  The map plan and report is on file with the Town Clerk and available for public review.  The parcels proposed to be included in the new district are detailed below.

The Town Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause a copy of this order to be published once in the Hancock Herald, the official newspaper of said Town, the first publication thereof to be not less than ten nor more than twenty days before the day set herein for the hearing as aforesaid, and said Town Clerk shall also cause a copy thereof to be posted on the sign-board of the Town maintained pursuant to subdivision 6 of Section 30 of the Town Law not less than ten nor more than twenty days before the day set for the hearing as aforesaid.

Hamlet of East Branch Water District Parcels

(Delaware County Section Lot Block)

430.-1-11.13

420.2-2-22

420.-1-30.50

420.2-1-15

420.-1-30.2

420.2-2-46.4

420.2-1-20

420.2-2-49

420.2-1-13

420.2-2-59.2

420.2-2-48

420.-1-33

420.2-1-27

420.2-2-16

420.2-1-19

420.2-1-27

420.2-2-28

420.2-2-53

420.2-1-14

420.2-2-32

420.2-2-20

420.2-1-17

420.2-2-15.1

420.-1-30.3

420.2-1-18

420.2-2-15.2

420.2-2-59.1

420.2-2-68

420.2-2-46.31

420.2-2-24

420.2-2-54

420.2-2-25

420.2-2-23

420.2-2-59.4

420.2-2-33.2

 

420.-1-30.61

420.2-2-21.2

 

420.-1-30.62

420.2-2-36

 

420.2-2-33.1

420.2-2-18

 

420.2-2-33.1

420.2-1-16

 

Dated: July 19, 2018
Ann Green, Town Clerk


 

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Press Release

TOWN OF HANCOCK

Office of the Town Clerk

Ann L Green

661 West Main Street

Hancock, New York 13783

607 637-3651

607 637-4617 (fax)

clerk@hancock.net


For immediate Release:

Town of Hancock Explores Residential Bulk Electricity Purchasing Program

Program will help lower residential electricity rates and protect consumers from predatory marketers

At one public session to be held at Town Hall on Wednesday, November 29th residents of the Town of Hancock can learn about Community Choice Aggregation, the new residential bulk electricity purchasing program.  The session will be held at 6 PM at Hancock Town Hall, 661 West Main Street, Hancock, NY 13783.  Residents are encouraged to bring their questions and electricity bills.

The Town Board passed a resolution to explore Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). CCA is a new opportunity in the state that allows cities, towns, and villages to pool the electricity accounts of residents and small businesses within their municipal boundaries. The bulk purchasing of electricity increases a consumer’s individual buying power, which will result in lower electricity rates for residents.

CCA Programs also help protect residents from bad energy deals. Additionally, communities have the power to customize their programs based on their values and priorities, such as sourcing renewable, ‘green’ energy.  Consumers who do not wish to participate in the program can opt-out, remaining with the utility.

The Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance (MEGA) was selected by the Town of Hancock to fulfill the role of CCA Administrator, overseeing the creation, development, and implementation of the program. No taxpayer or government funds will be used in the creation or operation of the program.

Join representatives from MEGA and the Town Board at the public education session on November 6th or visit megacca.org to learn more.


 

Board Meeting Notice:

Our Regular Board Meetings will are held at The Town Office building at 661 West Main Street, Hancock, New York - Town Board meetings will begin at 7:30 PM. Board Meetings are usually held on the First Tuesday of the month. Call the Town Clerk if you'd like to be put on the agenda.


 

Dog Owners!

All dogs must be licensed - 4 months and older - You must have a valid rabies certificate to license your dog - It is against the law to let dogs run free in Public areas or on other people's property.

 

 

 


 

Transfer Station Hours:

The transfer station will be open from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Saturday.   We have resumed accepting TVs and Computer Monitors.

 


 

Dog Control Officer Contact #

If you need to contact the Dog Control Officer please use his cell phone number only. 607- 624-5616.

 


 

 Telephone numbers for the Tax Collector Barbara McGraw - 607-637-4938 (Evenings Only). There is also a telephone number just for the Town Court -  607-637-3650

 

EARLY NOTICE, AND PUBLIC REVIEW

THE EARLY NOTICE, AND PUBLIC REVIEW OF THE PROPOSED ACTIVITY LOCATED IN A 100-YEAR FLOOD PLAIN IN HANCOCK, NEW YORK CAN BE DOWNLOADED AND VIEWED HERE. PDF FORMAT, 60 KB FILE SIZE.

Dated: Hancock, New York,
August 15, 2018.


Save The Date

 

THE 2nd ANNUAL CORN FESTIVAL & TRACTOR SHOW

The bands, The Stoutmen and Habit Formin’, are on board to rock Windsor’s Klummp Park on Saturday, August 25th from 12 noon to 5 pm. 

The Windsor Fire Dept will be offering chicken dinners while they last, but our recommendation is to call ahead and place your order with Craig Terrell at 222-5470.  That way you won’t miss out on their delicious barbequed chicken.  We have vendors lined up with corn dogs, walk-away tacos, corn chowder, corn niblets, roasted corn, french fries, hot dogs, popcorn, nachos, cornbread, chili, sno cones, cotton candy, ice cream and more.  And we are more prepared for the crowds this year – thank you again for all those who made last year’s event a huge success.

We will have children’s games, crafts, and contests to entertain and fun, fun, fun!  Miss Rodeo will be making an appearance, so be sure to say hello!  And tractors, lots of tractors on display, with local friends who are proud to show off their tractors old and new!  Want to learn how cider used to be made before all the new machinery was developed?  Well, thanks to Kevin VonRoon, he will be demonstrating that very process.  We are working on a few more surprises as well.

Join the Corn Hole Tournament for cash prizes.  $10 per team of 2 to participate.  Don’t have a teammate, sign up anyway and we will pair you up with someone.  Never played?  No worries!  It’s basically just a bean bag toss and anyone can have fun doing it.  Let’s make this the biggest Corn Hole Tournament Windsor has ever seen. 

Many friends and neighbors are setting up vendor booths to offer their wares or provide information on their services, so be sure to visit them and shop locally.

The grand finale is our infamous duck race down the creek at 4:30 pm with a grand prize of $250.  Tickets are $5.00 each and available in advance at Acclaim Insurance Agency on Main Street or the day of the event.  Buy 5 tickets for $20 and increase your chances.  Second prize is $100, third prize is $50 and the not so lucky duck who finishes last will receive $25.  Winners need not be present to win, but cheering your duck on is fun and exciting, so we hope you will stay for the event. 

Admission to the event is free of charge, but we ask that you consider those less fortunate and bring canned or boxed food products for Windsor’s Human Development to help feed others in our community. 

For additional information on any of the events, activities, or to sign up as a vendor, exhibitor of a tractor, or the Corn Hole Tournament, call Elaine at 655-3399 or email: elainelcard@gmail.com.  As with any event, volunteers are needed as well.


 

Public Hearing

 

TOWN OF HANCOCK, DELAWARE COUNTY

2018 CFA APPLICATION FOR OFFICE OF COMMUNITY RENEWAL

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM FUNDS

 

Pursuant to the requirements of the New York State Office of Community Renewal, the Town of Hancock will conduct a public hearing to obtain the input of citizens, particularly low and moderate income persons, with regard to the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG).  The Town of Hancock will hold a public hearing on July 10, 2018 at 7:30 PM at the Town Hall, 661 West Main Street, Hancock, New York 13783 for the purpose of hearing public comments on the Town of Hancock’s community development needs, and to discuss the possible submission of one or more Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) applications for the 2018 program year. The CDBG program is administered by the New York State Office of Community Renewal (OCR) and will make available to eligible local governments approximately $40 million for the 2018 program year for housing, economic development, public facilities, public infrastructure, and planning activities, with the principal purpose of benefitting low/moderate income persons.  The hearing will provide further information about the CDBG program and will allow for citizen participation in the development of any proposed grant applications and/or to provide technical assistance to develop alternate proposals.  Comments on the CDBG program or proposed project(s) will be received at this time.  The hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 570.486, Subpart I of the CFR and in compliance with the requirements of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended.

 

At the hearing the Town will describe types of grant assistance available from the NYS Office of Community Renewal and will seek comments and suggestions from the public as to proposed uses of Community Development Block Grant funds.   The types of activities that may be undertaken with Community Development Block Grant program funds include acquisition and disposition of real property, public facilities and improvements, clearance activities, public services, payment of non-federal share of another federal program, removal of architectural barriers, relocation, rehabilitation and preservation activities, economic development and job creating activities.

 

A draft application for Community Development Block Grant assistance will be reviewed.  The Town proposes to submit a 2018 CFA Public Infrastructure application in an amount not to exceed $750,000 to undertake Phase 2 water infrastructure distribution improvements within the East Branch Water District.  The proposed project will primarily benefit low and moderate income persons. 

 

The Hancock Town Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities.  If special accommodations are needed for persons with disabilities, those with hearing impairments, or those in need of translation from English, those individuals should contact Town Clerk Ann Green, at least one week in advance of the hearing date to allow for necessary arrangements.

 

Written comments may also be submitted to W. Jerry Vernold, Town Supervisor, Town Hall, 661 West Main Street, Hancock, New York 13783 until July 20, 2018.

 

Dated: June 20, 2018

Ann Green, Town Clerk


 

Special Notice

TOWN OF HANCOCK

Office of the Town Clerk

Ann L Green

661 West Main Street

Hancock, New York 13783

607 637-3651

607 637-4617 (fax)

clerk@hancock.net

Jerry Vernold, Supervisor                                     

Ann L. Green, Town Clerk

Patrick J. O’Brien, Deputy Supervisor

James M. Gardner, Councilman                            

Paul A. Vetrone, Councilman     

Timothy P. Newman, Councilman

Leonard E Sienko Jr., Attorney     

Neil B. Emerich, Jr., Hwy Superintendent

Please be advised that a Bond Resolution and the Adoption And Notice of said Resolution, regarding the expenditure of monies by the town of Hancock, is hereby posted for public inspection.

Dated:  June 15, 2018

Ann L. Green,

Town Clerk


 

2018 Tax Assessment

  The 2018 final tax assessment roll for the Town Of Hancock has been posted and may viewed here using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have an Acrobat Reader it may be downloaded for free from Adobe by clicking here.


 

JUNK CARS IN THE TOWN OF HANCOCK  

Please be advised that “In accordance with the new Property Maintenance Code of New York State, which the Town of Hancock participates in, under Section - 302.8Motor vehicles - “Except as provided for in statute or other regulations, two or more inoperative or unlicensed motor vehicles shall not be parked, kept or stored on any premises, and no vehicle shall at any time be in a state of major disassembly, disrepair or in the process of being stripped or dismantled.  Painting of vehicles is prohibited unless conducted inside an approved spray booth.  This law is enforced by the Town of Hancock, it is subject to appearance tickets for the Town of Hancock Court and also may include $1,000 (one thousand dollar) per day fine or imprisonment – each day is a separate offense – if violations are not remedied.  Any questions, please contact Michael Salvatore, Town of Hancock Code Enforcement Officer at 607 637-3651.

 


Effective January 5, 2016 – Building Permit Fees for the Town of Hancock have increased:
$0 - $2,000 - $30
$2001 to $25,000 - $30 for the first $2,000 Plus $5 for each additional $1,000 (or fraction thereof) up to and including $25,000
$25,001 and up - $145 for the first $25,000 Plus $4 for each additional $1,000 (or fraction thereof)
Floodplain permits - $35
Violation Search - $50

Building Permit Renewal- $40.00

 

By order of the Hancock Town Board
January 5, 2016.

 

Download a Building Permit Application in PDF format by clicking here

 


 

Town Clerk Hours:

The Town Clerk hours will be extended until 6:30 pm on the first Tuesday of each month (to correspond with regularly scheduled Town Board Meetings).

 

 

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