Town Board Approves Budget And Tax Levy For 2015

The Meredith Town Board, at its regular meeting on November 11, voted unanimously to approve the Town Budget for 2015.

The budget calls for expenditures of $1,284,665.28. The amount to be raised by taxes is $871,571. This represents an increase of $15,100 taxes, which fits precisely within the 1.76 percent cap mandated by the state. A public hearing soliciting questions and comments from residents was held on November 6.

To see the details, click on Final Budget 2015 Town of Meredith-1

Town Of Meredith Planning Board: Legal Notice Of Public Hearing

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: that the Town of Meredith Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing, pursuant to Section 276 of the Town Law, on the proposed minor subdivision application of Mary Hamilton, located on Davis and Jersey Roads.  SAID HEARING will be held on the 1st day of December, 2014, at the Meredith Town Hall at 6:45pm., at which time all interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard.

The public hearing will be immediately followed by the regular Planning Board meeting.

Amy Lieberman – Planning Board Clerk

 

Public Hearing On Proposed 2015 Town Budget Will Be Held On November 6

On Thursday, November 6, at 6:30 p.m. the Meredith Town Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed town budget for 2015. Residents are invited to offer questions and comments on the proposal. Known as the preliminary budget, the document was approved by the Town Board in a special meeting on October 21.

The preliminary budget calls for total  expenditures of $1,284,665.28. The amount to be raised by taxes is $871.571. This represents an increase of $15,100.50, or 1.76 percent, over the 2014 budget. Increases include higher medical insurance, state retirement contributions and repairs and maintenance for the Town Hall and Garage.

The tax increase falls within the state-mandated cap for Meredith of 1.76 percent. To see the proposed budget, click on BUDGET 2015 Preliminary 10-21-2014-1

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Welcome to the Official Town of Meredith Website

The need has long been evident for an easily accessible source of information about Town government and the diverse resources in our community. We’re delighted to make this start at last.

You can find who’s who in Meredith government, what they do and are doing and how to contact them. You can find minutes of meetings, the text of recent laws and downloadable forms related to building permits and subdivisions. You can learn about our community, its organizations and its history. And you can click through a directory of businesses and professional services provided by Meredith residents.

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The Meredith Town Board

  • James Ellis, Supervisor
  • Ronald Bailey
  • Daniel Birnbaum
  • John Janiszewski
  • Rachel Polens