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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

HIGHWAY GARAGE ROOF REPAIR/RESEALING: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the New Lebanon Town Board is seeking sealed bids for the REPAIR OF THE HIGHWAY GARAGE ROOF at 14755 State Route 22. The metal roof is approximately 4,800 square feet. The bid is to include preparation of the roof and application of the sealant. Bids MUST be in a SEALED, PLAIN WHITE ENVELOP (no logo); marked “HIGHWAY GARAGE ROOF BID;” include a...

PUBLIC NOTICE

  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the New Lebanon Town Board is seeking persons interested in serving on the New Lebanon Planning Board (partial term – expires 12/31/15): The Planning Board meets the third Wednesday of each month. The primary responsibilities of the Planning Board are to review and approve subdivision plats, site plans, and certain special use permits. For more information on the duties and obligations of...

NEW LEBANON COUNTRY MARKET AT WINDSWEPT FARM

SUNDAYS 10 AM – 2 PM 36 OLD ROUTE 20 Market features locally grown fruits & vegetables, locally raised pastured meats, free range eggs, pickled products, artisan salts & peppers, local honey & syrups, homemade jams, fresh baked goods, handmade body care products, local arts & crafts, delicious hot foods ready to eat, and much more including live, local music and children’s activities....

Reminder: You must call before burning!!

Report all controlled burns to Columbia 911 at 518-828-4114. Please visit the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation for more information by clicking here.

BEWARE

There is a paving scam occurring in our community.  A truck with a paving company logo says they will deliver “left-over” asphalt from another job at a discounted rate. When they show up to deliver the asphalt, they have a full load of fresh asphalt and the terminology on the paperwork is vague enough that you do not realize what you are signing for. When the full job is done and payment is demanded, it is not...

Tips on selling your timber,

Please note, there have been several calls to my office regarding logging firms from outside our area approaching property owners about selling the timber on their land. Here are some tips to avoid being ripped off by bad loggers: – Mark property lines and monitor the property. – Communicate with neighbors when logging is being done on the property. – Use certified loggers. Check references, and make sure...