Rec/Youth Commission: 6/24
Conservation Board: 6/30
Agriculture Committee: 6/10
Planning Board: 6/25
Drop Spot Attendant Opportunity
According to the U.S. EPA, food scraps comprise 18% of the waste stream. To divert valuable resources from the waste stream, Tompkins County has established food scraps recycling drop spots at five locations across the County. These staffed drop spots offer residents a convenient means to recycle food scraps and feature regular hours, most often one day a week.
Tompkins County is currently seeking candidates for Food Scraps Recycling Drop Spot attendants to oversee and staff select food scraps recycling drop spots. This attendant will be responsible for the safe flow of vehicles and pedestrians on site. In order to ensure quality customer service, the attendant may be asked to provide outreach materials and information regarding food scraps recycling. Specific areas of accountability include productivity, safety, and smooth operation of the receiving and unloading process. Each staffed drop spot is currently open for three or four hours on weekend days.
For more information, please contact Kat McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org
PROPOSED AMENDED ZONING ORDINANCE
The Town Board of Dryden has made minor amendments to its Zoning Ordinance and introduced it as the Town of Dryden Zoning Law. The Town Board will hear comments and consider its adoption at a public hearing during the scheduled Town Board meeting on Thursday, January 15th at 7 PM for public comments. The Zoning Law with proposed changes can be found here.
A synopsis of the proposed changes can be found here.
The 2015 Adopted Budget can be found here.
Highway Department assists in Western New York
Kudos to our Highway Department for helping Western New York after the storm.
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NEW FEE SCHEDULE – EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
The Town of Dryden has adopted a new fee schedule for building projects. Feel free to contact the Planning Department (844-8888 extension 2) with questions or concerns.
FRACKING BAN UPHELD!!!
In a 5-2 decision New York State Court of Appeals affirmed Dryden’s right to ban fracking through land use regulations.
To read the Court’s decisions, click here.
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