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NEWS AND RELEASES

Meet Mr. &  Mrs. Bunny: Children can meet Mr. & Mrs. Bunny, listen to music, and make a craft at The Crossings on Saturday, March 28, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.  Due to lingering cold weather, this will be an indoor event.  Children will receive goodie-filled eggs rather than searching them for in the traditional outdoor egg hunt.  And don’t forget to bring a camera for pictures with the bunnies! For more info, call 456-2136.


Colonie Town Band 2015 summer schedule

Notice of Tentative Completion of Assessment Roll

Learn To Swim Brochure 2015

Community Development Public Hearing Notice 4-30-15

Vehicle & Traffic Application Information - Reduction of Charges

Hazardous Waste 2015

Winners Circle Modification Notice

Parks & Recreation Department Summer Enrichment Programs 2015

Playground Program Calendar Summer 2015

Toddler Tennis registration for April May 2015

LWD Annual Flushing Program - 2015

Yard Waste Recycling Program 2015: Curbside Collection Guide

2015 New Farmers Market Vendor Letter with Manage My Market

Public Invited to Long-Range Transportation Planning Meetings

Meet Mr. & Mrs. Bunny: March 28, 2015

2015 Global Youth Services Day Brochure & Parental Permission Slip

Public Hearing on Community Development Entitlement Grant March 4, 2015

Hotel/Motel Residency Limitation Local Law

NOTICE OF ELECTION Midway Fire District: March 10, 2015

Resolution 126 for 2015 - Standard Work Day and Reporting

Toddler Tennis Program February & March 2015

CPR Anytime Program - February 2015

Community Development Survey Letter

Community Development Resident Survey

Nixle - Sign up now to receive emergency alerts

State of the Town Address 2015 Board

ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE BOGHT COMMUNITY FIRE DISTRICT
DECEMBER 9, 2014

Notice of Election - Verdoy Fire District - December 9, 2014

Barge Canal accepted to Historic Register NYS OPRHP

2015 Adopted Budget

2015 Budget Presentation Slides

Final Financial Report Colonie 2013

Preliminary 2015 Budget

Notice of Filing Completed Assessment Roll

Latham Water District Annual Water Quality Report 2013

Stormwater Annual Report 2014

Colonie Chronicle Spring 2014

Tonko to Receive Legislative Advocacy Award in Colonie

Colonie Curbside Collection Begins

News Release - Boght Rd Water Dept impersonators

Town Stimulus Update

State of the Town 2014

2014 Town of Colonie Annual Budget

Final Financial Report Colonie 2012

Dog Park Press Release

Resolution No. 330 for 2013: Standard Work Day & Reporting Resolution

Supervisor’s Statement on NYS Comptroller’s Report

2013 DRAFT Albany County Stormwater Report

Operation Safeguard New York

Final Supplemental GEIS: Boght Road - Columbia Street GEIS Route 9 Transportation Update

Colonie Stays Within Tax Cap for Tentative 2013 Budget

Times Union: Town of Colonie Deficit Elimination and Resulting Surplus

PERB Backs Colonie in Labor Dispute

Stimulus Funding Update

HELPFUL LINKS

Topping the List: Colonie Town Supervisor Paula Mahan was named Elected Official of the Year by the American Public Works Association’s Capital Branch on February 27 in recognition of her support for important infrastructure projects.  Two Town projects also won top awards for projects under $5 million.  The Sand Creek Road Improvement Project was named Transportation Project of the Year and the Water Treatment Filter Repair Project at the Mohawk View Water Treatment Plant was named Disaster or Emergency Repair Project of the Year.   Pictured at the awards ceremony are Town of Colonie employees Pure Waters Superintendent Chretien Voerg, Water Engineer Dan Seaver, Latham Water Superintendent John Frazer, Supervisor Mahan, Public Works Operations Supervisor Bill Neeley, DPW Commissioner John Cunningham and Chief Water Treatment Operator Dan Marshall.


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Public Notices/Advisories:

Winners Circle Modification Notice

Hotel/Motel Residency Limitation Local Law: The New York State Department of State has notified the Town of Colonie that Local Law No. 3 for 2015, entitled “Hotel/Motel Residency Limitation Local Law” was filed with the Department of State on March 10, 2015.  Pursuant to Section 8 of the Local Law, entitled “EFFECTIVE DATE”, the local law became effective upon its filing in the Office of the Secretary of State and the provisions regarding occupancy limitations shall become enforceable six (6) months after the March 10, 2015 effective date.  According to the terms of the Local Law, the 28 day residency limitation period will begin to run on September 10, 2015.  Affected occupants of hotels and motels in the Town of Colonie will have until October 8, 2015 to move from the hotels and motels and find a suitable residence elsewhere.  It is strongly recommended that hotel and motel occupants covered by the terms of Local Law No. 3 for 2015 begin looking for other accommodations immediately.