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CFA serves as single entry point for applicants to access to up to $760 in economic development funding
Empire State Development (ESD) today announced that the Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) for Round III of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative is now available to businesses, municipalities, not-for-profits and the public. The CFA serves as the single entry point for applicants to access the up to $760 million in economic [...]
Clinton County treasurer won’t run » Local News » Press-Republican.
Water laps on bridge – Movie Heyworth-Mason 4a and Movie Little Ausable Rages
Safe water, natural gas availability, speed limits, the historic register and assessor reappointment highlight meeting
By John T. Ryan Important decisions having to do with water quality improvement project costs, natural gas availability and speed limits highlighted the Monday, June 10, 2013 Town Board meeting. Counselors approved two resolutions that could add from $25, 000 to $50,000 to the cost of the water quality improvement project. Bringing natural gas to [...]
Monday’s Town Board Meeting Agenda includes speed zone request and culvert repair/replacement update
Regular Mtg Agenda June 10 2013
By Adele Douglas This past Sunday two snapping turtles could be seen burying their eggs – one near the entrance to the Fellowship Center and the other in Little Ausable Park. This morning this mommy was trying her luck in Heyworth/Mason Park. Here are a few snapping turtle facts. From NYSDEC’s webpage about snapping turtles: [...]
By John T. Ryan June 1 – The Peru Youth Commission is holding its Annual Early Bird Baseball Tournament today. Parents and children filled the Laphams Mills Recreation Park at 9 am to participate in and view the opening ceremonies. Over 300 young people ages 5-15 will be members of 23 teams. Youth Director John [...]
Replacing culverts may cost the Town of Peru up to $250,000 & water improvement project encounters another delay
By John T. Ryan The Wednesday, May 28, 2013 Town Board meeting started off on a good note with town resident Jim Earle praising Town Highway Superintendent Michael Farrell for his department’s fast reaction to Earle’s report of a 2.5 foot x 3 foot wide, 3 foot deep, sink hole on a Fuller Rd. just [...]
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By John T. Ryan Peru VFW Port 309 conducted its traditional Memorial Day Ceremony at 11 am today. Post Quartermaster Rick Dabrowski welcomed members and guests. Rev. Alan Shnob, Pastor of St. Augustine’s Church, led opening and closing prayers. County Legislator Peter Keenan and Town Supervisor Peter Glushko were the main speakers. Peter Keenan told [...]
Peru gets $500,000 for water project » NEW TODAY… » Press-Republican.
DiNapoli: Towns Can Better Monitor Asphalt Projects, 5/16/13.
By Donald McBrayer Town Supervisor Peter Glushko informed the board of an incident involving a bicyclist who was bitten by a dog on Rt.22 just outside the hamlet. This being the second incident in less than a month involving dangerous unleashed dogs, Glushko suggested an increase in the $25 minimum amount dog owner can be fined for an [...]
AGENDA TOWN BOARD REGULAR MEETING May 13, 2013 7:00 PM 1. Call Meeting To Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Roll Call 4. MOTION: Approval of minutes for the Town Board Regular Meeting of April 22, 2013. 5. DISCUSSION/MOTION: Reports from all Departments: (Water/Sewer; Highway; Town Clerk; Dog Control; Youth Department; Code/Zoning; [...]
Zero tolerance for loose dogs, speeding vehicles and natural gas availability highlight Town Board Meeting
By John T. Ryan Two Peru residents addressed the Peru Town Board at its Monday, April 22, 2013 meeting. Jane Alexander told the Board that she was upset with a town judge’s decision to require leashing and close supervision of a dog he deemed to be dangerous. “I think that’s wholly inadequate. We just can’t [...]
Peru dog declared dangerous; owner to be cited » Local News » Press-Republican.
Poodle killed by larger dog » Local News » Press-Republican.
By Donald McBrayer The Town Board held their regular meeting on Monday, April 9th. Everyone was in attendance. The Board discussed issues with the new Peru Town Court schedule. The Court’s convening time was recently moved from Tuesday at 5PM to 2PM. IN March, Judge James Kirby told the Board that a change in the [...]
Regular Mtg Agenda April 8 2013
WATER IN THE PERU WATER DISTRICT- Oakdale, Pinewood and Old Town Road PERU WATER DISTRICT NY0900216: BOIL WATER ORDER HAS BEEN LIFTED.
N O T I C E ! WATER FROM PERU WATER DISTRICT- Oakdale, Pinewood and Old Town Rd. NY0900216 MUST BE BOILED TO ENSURE SAFETY This directive to remain in effect until the Health Department has satisfactory evidence of delivery of a safe water supply. CLINTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT - 565-4870. This Boil Water Order Is Due To A [...]
The Town of Peru Water-Sewer Department is working hard to restore water service on three Quaker Springs streets by 11 PM. Department Superintendent Greg Timmons said he was notified of the outage about 3:30 PM. The water line break is at the mid-way point of Pinewood Drive. It’s an 8 inch line which is approximately [...]
By John T. Ryan Supervision of the Water System Improvement Project; increasing permit fees; and changing Tuesday’s business hours were the primary items for discussion and action at the Monday, March 25, 2013 Peru Town Board meeting. The Board decided to hire a “construction observer” to assist with the final phase of the town’s $3.2 [...]
“The new budget keeps state spending below a two percent cap for a third consecutive year, funds programs and services important to many in our communities and includes new tax relief to help families and businesses. On-time is what should always be the case, but doing so three years in [...]
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Town of Peru Youth Commission will be holding their registration for all Summer Activities, including Baseball/Softball/T-Ball and Fall Soccer on Friday April 12 from 6-9 PM and Saturday 9-Noon downstairs at the Peru Town Hall. Youth Participating in the Baseball/Softball Program need to reside within the Town of Peru and provide a birth certificate. There will be [...]
By John T. Ryan On March 11th the Peru Town Board continued its effort to recognize Peru Boy Scout Troop 49’s Eagle Scouts. Eleven Troop 49 scouts have achieved the Eagle Scout rank in the last two years and four additional scouts are working towards the Eagle rank. Nathan Fuller achieved the Eagle Scout rank [...]
By Donald McBrayer The Town Board held their Regular Meeting on Monday February 26. Everyone was in attendance. Six Eagle Scouts were recognized and awarded certificates for their achievements by Town Supervisor Peter Glushko. Nathan Tuller (not present) — Received Eagle on 9/4/11. Nathan replaced the concrete footers for the cannons at the American Legion [...]
February 25, 2013 Agenda
By John T. Ryan Peru – Town leaders made it very clear that they plan to keep a tight rein on the town’s 2013 budget. The issue arose under “Other Business” when Town Counselor Susan Polhemus and Peru Librarian Becky Pace asked the Board for $3,600 to establish a dedicated computer purchase fund. Pace told [...]
By John T. Ryan Only three years ago, Elmore SCPA’s future was in doubt. Board Secretary Carol Solari-Ruscoe explained, “It was either sink or swim, so we decided to go public with our financial situation. We were very close to having to shut the shelter down.” Today, the shelter building has been completely refurbished and [...]
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Regular Mtg Agenda Feb 11 2013
By John T. Ryan A few weeks ago the Peru Town Board learned that Clinton County’s 2012 sales tax collections exceeded estimates. At the Board’s January 28th Town Supervisor Peter Glushko stated the increased collections resulted in the Town receiving a check in the amount of $108,618.75. In January 2012 the Town of Peru received [...]
Story corrected – Highway Superintendent Michael Farrell explained that he did not pave 1.5 miles of town roads in 2012 because of NYS budget cap regulations. Our story previously stated that the paving was not done because the Highway Department purchased an excavator and a truck. By John T. Ryan The January 14th Peru Town [...]
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Dangerous-dog clause questioned » Local News » Press-Republican.
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2013 appointments, salaries, contracts, liaisons approved at Town Board’s January 14th Organizational Meeting
Appointments Appointee Salaries Department Liaisons Salaries – Elected Officials Contracts
Regular Mtg Agenda JAN 14 2013
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By Adele Douglas The Town of Peru has been awarded $235,000 Safe Routes to School (STRS) grant for infrastructure and non-infrastructure elements to improve the safety of walking and biking to Peru Central School. STRS grants are 100% federally funded and are administered by NYSDOT. The Town has been working to improve the walkability of the [...]
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Posted: January 11th, 2013 under Adirondack Region News, Arts and Entertainment, Environmental News, General News, Northern NY News, Planning Board News, Town Board News, Zoning Board News.
N O T I C E ! WATER IN THE PERU WATER DISTRICT- Calkins Rd, Barney Downs Rd, Reservoir Rd, Morgan Dr, Hillside, Summit, Twin Creek, Oakdale, Pinewood and Old Town Road PERU WATER DISTRICT NY0900216 BOIL WATER ORDER HAS BEEN LIFTED. CLINTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 565-4870
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