Meredith Historical Society Will Soon Have A Permanent Home

The congregation of the Charlotte Valley Church has agreed to donate its church building in East Meredith to the Meredith Historical Society. Upon closing of the transaction, the building will become the permanent home of the Society, which has been meeting there at the Charlotte Valley Presbyterian Church in East Meredith as a guest for nearly a decade since its founding.

Until recently, the congregation maintained churches in Davenport, North Kortright and East Meredith, periodically rotating Sunday services between them. Because of shrinking membership, it was decided to consolidate into a single church in Davenport, which has the parsonage, and donate the North Kortright and East Meredith buildings to other organizations.

Owning the building will allow the Society to consolidate all of its activities under one roof, including maintenance of the historical collection.

In keeping with tradition, the Society will kick off its schedule of events for 2014 with a pie auction conducted by auctioneer Church McIntosh on Saturday, April 26. The event begins with a social at 3:30 p.m. during which guests can enjoy a free piece of pie and look over the pies to be sold, beginning at 4 p.m.

Click here for 2014 program (1)

Town Board Approves Resolution Critical Of Draft Environmental Impact Statement For Constitution Pipeline

At its meeting on March 11, 2014, the Meredith Town Board approved by a vote of 5 to 0 a resolution critical of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Constitution Pipeline issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

The resolution in particular notes the failure of the DEIS to make provision for the potential damage to Meredith’s roads caused by heavy trucks and other equipment used in construction of the pipeline, which is scheduled to pass through the neighboring  towns of Davenport and Franklin.

The resolution concluded, “the DEIS is incomplete and inadequate to allay the concerns of the Town of Meredith, and the FERC should revise it for reissue and then provide the public with ample time to comment.” See Town of Meredith Pipeline Resolution

James Tucker Appointed To Meredith Planning Board

James Tucker was appointed to the Meredith Planning Board by members of the Town Board at its meeting on February 11.

A native of the Town of Meredith, Tucker operates Wire Nutz Electric, an electrical contractor that also specializes in solar power systems. He and his wife Simone live on County Highway 14.

Tucker told the Town Board: “As a life long resident of this town, I have witnessed the changing demographics of our community and would like to contribute to the shaping of its future.”

Tucker was appointed to a full seven-year term, succeeding Floyd Vogt, whose term expired at the end of 2013.

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  • James Ellis, Supervisor
  • Ronald Bailey
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