In December, the Town Board will conduct public hearings in Meridale and in East Meredith on the proposed law prohibiting heavy industrial uses, including hydraulic fracturing.
The hearings will be held at the Meridale Community Church at 6 p.m. on Monday, December 9, and at the East Meredith Fire Hall at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 12.
The purpose is to receive comments and possible suggested changes in the proposed law. The text can be seen by clicking on Heavy Industry Prohibition 2013 DRAFT 10-31-2013
After a public hearing on November 12, the Meredith Town Board in regular session approved the final Town Budget for 2014. The total budget amounts to $1,219,416.78. Of this, the amount to be raised by taxes is $856,470.50. This compares with the amount raised by taxes in 2013 of 841.935.00–an increase of 1.83 percent, which comes in under the mandated state property tax increase.
To view the budget in detail, click on FINAL 2014 BUDGET
Following are the final results of the November 5th Town elections, including write=in votes and absentee ballots.
Supervisor: James G. Ellis 322 (309 Row B Republican; 13 Row E Unity Party) Keitha Capouya 264 (Row A Democratic)
Town Justice: William J. Field 527 (251 Row A; 276 Row B)
Member of Council (elect two): John Janiszewski 340 (Row A); Rachel Polens 328 (Row A); Joshua Juliano 191 (Row B); Kristie Rosa-VanDijk 70 (write-in)
Superintendent of Highways: Jason Noble 551 (268 Row A; 283 Row B)
These officials will take office on January 1, 2014.
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The Meredith Town Board
- Keitha Capouya, Supervisor
- Ronald Bailey
- Daniel Birnbaum
- John Janiszewski
- Paul Menke