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from Monday, April 3rd - Monday, April 17th per the following guidelines:

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from Monday, April 3rd - Monday, April 17th per the following guidelines:

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit will be open beginning Monday, April 3rd. Hours will be: M-F 9am-3pm, Saturday 10am-2pm

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit will be open beginning Monday, April 3rd, 2017. Hours will be: M-F 9am-3pm, Saturday 10am-2pm

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The Village of Horseheads will be conducting its 2016 Spring Brush Pick-Up from Monday, April 4th - Monday, April 18th per the following guidelines:

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The Village of Horseheads will be conducting its 2017 Spring Brush Pick-Up from Monday, April 3rd - Monday, April 17th per the following guidelines:

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit will be open beginning Monday, April 3rd. Hours will be: M-F 9am-3pm, Saturday 10am-2pm

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit will be open beginning Monday, April 3rd. Hours will be: M-F 9am-3pm, Saturday 10am-2pm

CURBSIDE BRUSH PICKUP

The Village of Horseheads will be conducting its 2016 Spring Brush Pick-Up from Monday, April 4th - Monday, April 18th per the following guidelines:

- NO BAGGED ITEMS - No branches larger than 6 inch diameter - Lay branches parallel to the curb - No leaves, grass or other yard waste - Village residents only.

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BRUSH PIT OPENS SOON

The Thorne Street Brush Pit will be open beginning Monday, April 3rd. Hours will be: M-F 9am-3pm, Saturday 10am-2pm



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BRUSH PIT CLOSED

The Thorne Street Brush Pit is closed for the winter effective December 1, 2016.



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Questions and more info on the statue, please contact Deputy Mayor Ronald Swartz at 481–1976.

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	-	Thursday, February 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Proposed Local Law on Tax Cap Override
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- Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Proposed Local Law on Tax Cap Override - Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Special Use Permit - Cummins, Inc., HOST Facility, Bldg. P-1 - Thu. 3/9/17, 7pm: PUD Amendment - Kapral Enterprises, 350 Gardner Rd., Duplexes

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Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Proposed Local Law on Tax Cap Override
Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Special Use Permit - Cummins, Inc., HOST Facility, Bldg. P-1
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	-       Thu. Feb. 23rd, 7pm:  Proposed Local Law on Tax Cap Override
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	-       Thu. Mar. 9th, 7pm:   PUD Amendment - Kapral Enterprises, 350 Gardner Rd., Duplexes
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- Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Proposed Local Law on Tax Cap Override - Thu. 2/23/17, 7pm: Special Use Permit - Cummins, Inc., HOST Facility, Bldg. P-1 - Thu. 3/9/17, 7pm: PUD Amendment - Kapral Enterprises, 350 Gardner Rd., Duplexes

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	-       Thu. Feb. 23rd, 7pm:  Proposed Local Law on Tax Cap Override
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Village Meetings and Events

Board of Trustees Meetings



For the next Board agenda CLICK HERE

For Village Board bios, past meeting minutes, and other information go to the Board of Trustees page.

Upcoming schedule of Board Meetings is as follows:

2017

	-	Thursday, February 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, March 9th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, March 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting

Workshops



	-       Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 - 6pm - Budget Workshop

Public Hearings



Planning Board

Regularly scheduled Planning Board Meetings are on the 4th Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Planning Board Meetings
	-	Monday, March 27th, 2017 - 4:00 p.m.

For the agenda, past minutes, and other information about the Planning Board Click Here!

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Village Meetings and Events

Board of Trustees Meetings

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For the next Board agenda CLICK HERE

For Village Board bios, past meeting minutes, and other information go to the Board of Trustees page.

Upcoming schedule of Board Meetings is as follows:

2017

	-	Thursday, February 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, March 9th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, March 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting

Workshops



	-       Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 - 6pm - Budget Workshop

Public Hearings



Planning Board

Regularly scheduled Planning Board Meetings are on the 4th Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Planning Board Meetings
	-	Monday, March 27th, 2017 - 4:00 p.m.

For the agenda, past minutes, and other information about the Planning Board Click Here!



February 15, 2017 at 02:22PM by Rachel Baer -
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	-	Thursday, January 12th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Wednesday, January 25th - 6pm - Workshop

        -       Thursday, January 26th - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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	-	Thursday, February 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, March 9th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, March 23rd - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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	-       Wednesday, January 25th - 6pm - Workshop
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	-       Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 - 6pm - Budget Workshop
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	-	Monday, March 27th, 2017 - 4:00 p.m.
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	-	Monday, October 24th - 4:00 p.m. - CANCELLED

	-	Monday, November 28th - 4:00 p.m. 
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	-	Monday, January 23rd, 2017 - 4:00 p.m.
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BRUSH PIT CLOSES SOON

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BRUSH PIT CLOSED

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit will close for the winter December 1, 2016.

  • Operating hours are 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Monday thru Friday (except holidays)
  • Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
  • Proof of residency is required
  • NOT ACCEPTED: Garbage, Cinder Blocks, Rocks, Bricks, Wooden Boards
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The Thorne Street Brush Pit is closed for the winter effective December 1, 2016.

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- Monday, December 5th - 7:00 p.m.: ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

- Thursday, 12/8: Regular Meeting CANCELLED

- Thursday, 12/15 – 7:00 p.m.: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, 12/22: Regular Meeting CANCELLED

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2017

	-	Thursday, January 12th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-       Wednesday, January 25th - 6pm - Workshop

        -       Thursday, January 26th - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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	-       Wednesday, January 25th - 6pm - Workshop
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HOLLY DAYS FESTIVAL

Our 32nd annual Holly Days Festival will be on Saturday, November 26th from 1pm-5pm in Hanover Square.

  • Enjoy Horse and Carriage Rides
  • 4-H Canine Companions
  • Holly Days BINGO!
  • Entertainment, Food, Music
  • Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive at 2:00pm
  • Tree Lighting and Sing Along at 4:45 pm























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- Thursday, November 24th - CANCELLED

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- Thursday, November 10th - 7:00 pm: Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, 12/8: Regular Meeting CANCELLED

- Thursday, 12/15 – 7:00 p.m.: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, 12/22: Regular Meeting CANCELLED

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HOLLY DAYS FESTIVAL

Our 32nd annual Holly Days Festival will be on Saturday, November 26th from 1pm-5pm in Hanover Square.

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HOLLY DAYS FESTIVAL

Our 32nd annual Holly Days Festival will be on Saturday, November 26th from 1pm-5pm in Hanover Square.

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  • Enterainment, Food, Music
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Our 32nd annual Holly Days Festival will be on Saturday, November 26th from 1pm-5pm in Hanover Square.

  • Enjoy Horse and Carriage Rides
  • 4-H Canine Companions
  • Holly Days BINGO!
  • Enterainment, Food, Music
  • Santa and Mrs. Clause arrive at 2:00pm
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Our 32nd annual Holly Days Festival will be on Saturday, November 26th from 1pm-5pm in Hanover Square.

  • Enjoy Horse and Carriage Rides
  • 4-H Canine Companions
  • Holly Days BINGO!
  • Enterainment, Food, Music
  • Santa and Mrs. Clause arrive at 2:00pm
  • Tree Lighting and Sing Along at 4:45 pm
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  • Enjoy Horse and Carriage Rides
  • 4-H Canine Companions
  • Holly Days BINGO!
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HOLLY DAYS FESTIVAL

Our 32nd annual Holly Days Festival will be on Saturday, November 26th from 1pm-5pm in Hanover Square.

>Enjoy Horse and Carriage Rides >4-H Canine Companions >Holly Days BINGO! >Enterainment, Food, Music >Santa and Mrs. Clause arrive at 2:00pm >Tree Lighting and Sing Along at 4:45 pm

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR.

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR.

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR.

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR. Upload: Link Text Δ

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR.

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR.

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the Upload: CALENDAR Δ.

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The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the CALENDAR.

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Historical Society Potlucks

The Horseheads Historical Society hosts monthly potluck suppers with guest speakers. These events are free, just bring your own plate and silverware, and a dish to pass. Main dish is provided. Check out the Upload: CALENDAR Δ.

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- Wednesday, October 26th - 7pm: Workshop on Proposed Housing Development on Lynhurst Ave. Ext.

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- Thursday, October 27th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, November 10th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, November 10th - 7:00 pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, November 24th - CANCELLED

- Monday, December 5th - 7:00 p.m.: ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

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BRUSH PIT

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BRUSH PIT CLOSES SOON

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit is open for residents to dispose of yard waste.

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The Thorne Street Brush Pit will close for the winter December 1, 2016.

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  • Beginning April 2, 2016 it will also be open on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
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- Thursday, September 8th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, September 22nd- 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, October 13th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, November 10th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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- Wednesday, October 26th - 7pm: Workshop on Proposed Housing Development on Lynhurst Ave. Ext.

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- Thursday, September 8th - 7:10pm: Appleridge PUD Amendment - Parking Lot Expansion

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	-	Monday, September 26th - 4:00 p.m.
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	-	Monday, October 24th - 4:00 p.m. - CANCELLED

	-	Monday, November 28th - 4:00 p.m. 
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VILLAGE CALENDAR

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VILLAGE CALENDAR

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VILLAGE CALENDAR

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Village Calendar

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VILLAGE CALENDAR webcal://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/e3e7490c6b0541bfa5cca5f68b32a5e9@Horseheads.org/34ec2b592fca4f2a813ec71694ddbe604355219842416010911/S-1–8−3719684204–468150134–1971019743–3022337005/reachcalendar.ics

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Coffee with a Cop

Friday, October 7, 2016 is “National Coffee with a Cop” day. Coffee with A Cop Program was launched in Hawthorne, California in 2011. Members of the Hawthorne Police Department were looking for ways to interact more successfully with the citizens they served each day. In less than five years, Coffee with a Cop events have been hosted in all 50 states and is one of the most successful community oriented policing programs across the country. The program has also expanded to outside the Unites States to Canada, Europe, Australia, and Africa. The key to Coffee with a Cop’s growing success is that it opens the door for interactions outside of the crisis situations that typically bring law enforcement officers and community members together.

Please join us in the Horseheads Village Hall on Friday, October 7 from 8 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. and have coffee with a few of the members of the Horseheads Police Department. There is no fee and we look forward to seeing you there.

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Coffee with a Cop

Friday, October 7, 2016 is “National Coffee with a Cop” day. Coffee with A Cop Program was launched in Hawthorne, California in 2011. Members of the Hawthorne Police Department were looking for ways to interact more successfully with the citizens they served each day. In less than five years, Coffee with a Cop events have been hosted in all 50 states and is one of the most successful community oriented policing programs across the country. The program has also expanded to outside the Unites States to Canada, Europe, Australia, and Africa. The key to Coffee with a Cop’s growing success is that it opens the door for interactions outside of the crisis situations that typically bring law enforcement officers and community members together.

Please join us in the Horseheads Village Hall on Friday, October 7 from 8 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. and have coffee with a few of the members of the Horseheads Police Department. There is no fee and we look forward to seeing you there.

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PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP BOX

In an effort to get prescription medication off the streets and decrease drug abuse, medication depositories have recently been placed at local town and city halls. Horseheads Police Chief Thomas Stickler and West Elmira Police Chief Peter Michalko said in news releases that the depository boxes are “critical” in protecting children and the environment, and help resolve ongoing issues. According to a 2014 Partnership for Drug-Free Kids study more than 70 percent of teenagers said they are able to get prescription drugs from their parents’ medicine cabinet easily.

The new Drug Collection Units represent one of 1,000 units that CVS/pharmacy and the Medicine Abuse Project (MAP), a five-year initiative of the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, are providing across the country. The donation program is the largest retail pharmacy effort of its kind to date and supports MAP’s goal to prevent a half-million teenagers from abusing prescription medication by the year 2017, the news release detailed.

“This is an opportunity for people who live Elmira and other places to dispose of unwanted, unneeded prescription medication so that it’s not left in our community for other people to abuse, misuse or even accidentally overdose,” Elmira Police Chief Joseph Kane said. The Drug Collection Units have recently been installed in Elmira, Horseheads and West Elmira city and town halls. “Some of the crime we deal with is people going into residences and stealing prescription medication, (going) into vehicles that are unlocked and stealing prescription medications,” Kane said. “People who may have those, sometimes, may sell them because of the money they can make off them. So any opportunity to get these out of the community when they’re not needed is a goal of ours.” Kane added it’s important to get medication off the streets to protect children and pets.

The following items may be placed inside the bins: prescriptions; prescription patches, medications and ointments; over-the-counter medications; vitamins and samples; and medication for pets.

Items not accepted: thermometers; hydrogen peroxide; inhalers; aerosol cans; ointments, lotions or liquids; or medication from businesses or clinics.

West Elmira and Horseheads locations do not accept needles. An attachment unit has been installed on the Elmira dropbox for needles.

The public is able to drop off medications, with no questions asked, at the following locations:

Village of Horseheads 202 S. Main St. Horseheads M-F, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

West Elmira Police 1255 W. Water St. Elmira M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

City of Elmira Police 317 E. Church St. Elmira M-F, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  

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	-	Thursday, July 28th - 7pm - CANCELLED

	-	Thursday, August 11th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, September 8th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, September 22nd- 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, October 13th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, October 27th - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, September 8th - 7:10pm: Appleridge PUD Amendment - Parking Lot Expansion

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REGULAR WORKSHOPS

The Village Board has decided to conduct regular workshops to talk about various Village issues. They will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Room.

The upcoming dates are:

  • August 3rd 4:00
  • August 17th 4:00 - CANCELLED



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ADOPTED 2016–2017 VILLAGE BUDGET

The FY2016−17 Budget has been ADOPTED by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

Click below to view the approved budget:

2016-2017 Adopted Budget - Part 1

2016-2017 Adopted Budget - Part 2

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ADOPTED 2016–2017 VILLAGE BUDGET

The FY2016−17 Budget has been ADOPTED by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

Click below to view the approved budget:

2016-2017 Adopted Budget - Part 1

2016-2017 Adopted Budget - Part 2

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PART TIME VILLAGE MANAGER WANTED

The Village of Horseheads is seeking applicants for the position of Part Time Village Manager (20 hrs/week). Requirements:

  • 4 year degree from an accredited college preferably with major in Public Admin.
  • OR 8 years management experience in government.

The successful candidate will have knowledge, experience and supervision in government operations including: municipal law, budgeting, human resources as well as demonstrated abilities in a team environment.

Leadership, resourcefulness, integrity, community involvement, and excellent communication skills are a must.

Superior computer literacy is essential.

Salary - $35K. Residency within 6 months is required. Must pass drug screening and background check.

Deadline for applications is July 15, 2016. Send resume and references to:

MAIL - Village of Horseheads, Att: Manager’s Office, 202 S. Main Street, Horseheads, NY 14845. EMAIL – rbaer@horseheads.org

EOE Employer.

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HYDRANT FLUSHING TO BEGIN JUNE 6TH

In order to help maintain water quality and ensure the operation of our system’s hydrants, the Village Water Department begins its annual hydrant and main flushing program on June 6, 2016, according to the following schedule:

Week of June 6th – South of I86. Starting with the Orchard Knoll neighborhood and proceeding west
Week of June 13th – North of I86 and proceeding north between North Main St. and Westinghouse Road
Week of June 20th – North of I86 between Westinghouse Road and the Barrington West subdivision and proceeding north

The Village Water Department advises that discolored water problems may occur in affected areas, however this should clear up within one hour. The discoloration does not present a health problem, but could potentially cause problems if a customer is doing laundry. When flushing is taking place in your area, we suggest that you always run your cold water tap first to confirm the absence of discolored water in your pipes. In the event that you experience discolored water, running the cold water until it becomes clear will reduce the potential of discolored water adversely affecting your hot water tank. Call the Water Department at 739–5691 option 7, if discoloration continues. A legal notice of the upcoming hydrant flushing will be published in the Star Gazette.

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June 23rd, 2016 - 7:10pm: The Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees will conduct a public hearing regarding a Proposed Local Law Rescinding a Prior Local Law Authorizing a Tax Cap Override.

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MILITARY PACK HORSE STATUE

The Village is proud to announce that its commemorative bronze statue of a Military Pack Horse has been installed and introduced to the public. This statute is the last event of an entire year of activities marking the 175th anniversary of the Village of Horseheads. The Village was first incorporated in May 1837. To read more about our history, go to HISTORY.

Questions and more info on the statue, please contact Deputy Mayor Ronald Swartz at 481–1976.

ONLINE PAYMENTS FOR WATER BILLS, TAXES, AND COURT FINES

WATER BILLS AND TAXES: »www.xpress-pay.com

  • You can also pay your TAXES ONLY at any Chemung Canal Trust Company Location.

COURT FINES/FEES: www.paycourtonline.com

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May 26th, 2016 - 7:00pm: The Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees will conduct two public hearings regarding the applications of Empire Video Services Corp., and Community Cable Corp., d/b/a North Penn Video, for Franchise Agreements to provide cable television services in the Village. A copy of the proposed agreements are available for public viewing at the Village Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.

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June 23rd, 2016 - 7:10pm: The Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees will conduct a public hearing regarding a Proposed Local Law Rescinding a Prior Local Law Authorizing a Tax Cap Override.

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MILITARY PACK HORSE STATUE

The Village is proud to announce that its commemorative bronze statue of a Military Pack Horse has been installed and introduced to the public. This statute is the last event of an entire year of activities marking the 175th anniversary of the Village of Horseheads. The Village was first incorporated in May 1837. To read more about our history, go to HISTORY.

Questions and more info on the statue, please contact Deputy Mayor Ronald Swartz at 481–1976.

ONLINE PAYMENTS FOR WATER BILLS, TAXES, AND COURT FINES

WATER BILLS AND TAXES: »www.xpress-pay.com

  • You can also pay your TAXES ONLY at any Chemung Canal Trust Company Location.

COURT FINES/FEES: www.paycourtonline.com

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  • May 11th 4:00 - (previously scheduled) To Discuss Blostein Blvd. Compost Site, and Code Enforcement
  • May 18th 4:00 - CANCELLED
  • June 1st 4:00
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Sister City Exchange Visit - 2016

The Horseheads Sister Cities Association (HSCA) is pleased to announce the 2016 exchange visits between Horseheads and sister city Nakagawa, Japan. The exchange will start in March when a delegation of students and adults from Nakagawa spend a week in Horseheads exploring and experiencing family life, schools, and area attractions. Usually the trip to Horseheads is the first time the Japanese students have been abroad, so it is a very influential experience for them.

The reciprocal exchange trip to Nakagawa will be in early July, wherein Horseheads students and adults travel to Nakagawa exploring small community Japanese culture in a similar way. Students in grades 8–11 who reside in the Horseheads school district tax area and are interested in exploring Japanese culture through this experiential young ambassador opportunity are encouraged apply. Information and application materials are available at the Horseheads High School and Middle School guidance offices. Applications are due by Friday, April 1, 2016. However, applicants are encouraged to get applications in as soon as possible. Student selection will begin immediately upon receipt of completed material.

We are also looking for families with students in grades 7–9 who are willing to host two Japanese students in their home during their visit here the week of March 11–19.

For further details, contact Nakagawa Trip Coordinator, Annette Sechrist at 734–6727, or Kelly Murray at kmurray@horseheadsdistrict.com.

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	-	Thursday, May 26th – 7pm – Regular Meeting

	-	Thursday, June 9th 28th - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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	-	Thursday, July 14th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

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	-	Thursday, August 11th - 7pm - Regular Meeting

	-	Thursday, August 25th - 7pm - CANCELLED
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The Village of Horseheads is seeking applicants for the position of Part Time Village Manager (20 hrs/week). Requirements: 4 year degree from an accredited college preferably with major in Public Admin., or 8 years management experience in government. The successful candidate will have knowledge, experience and supervision in government operations including: municipal law, budgeting, human resources as well as demonstrated abilities in a team environment. Leadership, resourcefulness, integrity, community involvement, and excellent communication skills are a must. Superior computer literacy is essential. Salary - $35K. Residency within 6 months is required. Must pass drug screening and background check. Deadline for applications is July 15, 2016. Send resume and references to:

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The Village of Horseheads is seeking applicants for the position of Part Time Village Manager (20 hrs/week). Requirements:

  • 4 year degree from an accredited college preferably with major in Public Admin.
  • OR 8 years management experience in government.

The successful candidate will have knowledge, experience and supervision in government operations including: municipal law, budgeting, human resources as well as demonstrated abilities in a team environment.

Leadership, resourcefulness, integrity, community involvement, and excellent communication skills are a must.

Superior computer literacy is essential.

Salary - $35K. Residency within 6 months is required. Must pass drug screening and background check.

Deadline for applications is July 15, 2016. Send resume and references to:

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PART TIME VILLAGE MANAGER WANTED

.jpg The Village of Horseheads is seeking applicants for the position of Part Time Village Manager (20 hrs/week). Requirements: 4 year degree from an accredited college preferably with major in Public Admin., or 8 years management experience in government. The successful candidate will have knowledge, experience and supervision in government operations including: municipal law, budgeting, human resources as well as demonstrated abilities in a team environment. Leadership, resourcefulness, integrity, community involvement, and excellent communication skills are a must. Superior computer literacy is essential. Salary - $35K. Residency within 6 months is required. Must pass drug screening and background check. Deadline for applications is July 15, 2016. Send resume and references to:

MAIL - Village of Horseheads, Att: Manager’s Office, 202 S. Main Street, Horseheads, NY 14845. EMAIL – rbaer@horseheads.org

EOE Employer.

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Week of June 6th – South of I86. Starting with the Orchard Knoll neighborhood and proceeding west
Week of June 13th – North of I86 and proceeding north between North Main St. and Westinghouse Road
Week of June 20th – North of I86 between Westinghouse Road and the Barrington West subdivision and proceeding north
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Week of June 6th – South of I86. Starting with the Orchard Knoll neighborhood and proceeding west
Week of June 13th – North of I86 and proceeding north between North Main St. and Westinghouse Road
Week of June 20th – North of I86 between Westinghouse Road and the Barrington West subdivision and proceeding north
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Week of June 6th – South of I86. Starting with the Orchard Knoll neighborhood and proceeding west Week of June 13th – North of I86 and proceeding north between North Main St. and Westinghouse Road Week of June 20th – North of I86 between Westinghouse Road and the Barrington West subdivision and proceeding north

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Week of June 6th – South of I86. Starting with the Orchard Knoll neighborhood and proceeding west
Week of June 13th – North of I86 and proceeding north between North Main St. and Westinghouse Road
Week of June 20th – North of I86 between Westinghouse Road and the Barrington West subdivision and proceeding north
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HYDRANT FLUSHING TO BEGIN

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HYDRANT FLUSHING TO BEGIN JUNE 6TH

In order to help maintain water quality and ensure the operation of our system’s hydrants, the Village Water Department begins its annual hydrant and main flushing program on June 6, 2016, according to the following schedule:

Week of June 6th – South of I86. Starting with the Orchard Knoll neighborhood and proceeding west Week of June 13th – North of I86 and proceeding north between North Main St. and Westinghouse Road Week of June 20th – North of I86 between Westinghouse Road and the Barrington West subdivision and proceeding north

The Village Water Department advises that discolored water problems may occur in affected areas, however this should clear up within one hour. The discoloration does not present a health problem, but could potentially cause problems if a customer is doing laundry. When flushing is taking place in your area, we suggest that you always run your cold water tap first to confirm the absence of discolored water in your pipes. In the event that you experience discolored water, running the cold water until it becomes clear will reduce the potential of discolored water adversely affecting your hot water tank. Call the Water Department at 739–5691 option 7, if discoloration continues. A legal notice of the upcoming hydrant flushing will be published in the Star Gazette.

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CABLE TELEVISION- PUBLIC HEARINGS

The Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees will conduct two public hearings on Thursday, May 26th, 2016 at 7:05 p.m. regarding the applications of Empire Video Services Corp., and Community Cable Corp., d/b/a North Penn Video, for Franchise Agreements to provide cable television services in the Village. A copy of the proposed agreements are available for public viewing at the Village Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.

SHREDDING DAY

On Saturday, May 21st from Noon-3pm, the Horseheads PBA will be sponsoring a Free Community Shredding Event. Both Village and Town of Horseheads residents can bring their personal paper items for free shredding.

Date: Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Time: Noon −3pm

Location: Horseheads Village Garage, 504 Thorne Street

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS INCLUDE: Copy paper, letterhead, computer paper, fax paper, white paper, colored paper, shiny or coated paper, brochures, carbonless forms, staples and paperclips, sticky notes, white envelopes with windows, business cards, manila folders, newspaper, magazines.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS: Carbon paper, plastic folders, security tapes and microfiche, brown or yellow envelopes, kraft envelopes, paper towels, glass, hanging file folders, screwdrivers, crowbars, ball bearings, etc.

This even will occur rain or shine.

Questions? Call the Horseheads Police Dept. at 739–5669

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  • Broken/discarded tools
  • Rags/old clothing
  • Small amounts of wood
  • Old lawn mowers
  • Broken/discarded dishes
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  • Small car parts
  • Appliances (other than those listed below)
  • Broken/discarded toys
  • Carpeting
  • Metal items
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Cardboard Office paper Newspaper/Magazines Cereal boxes Glass/metal/aluminum cans Plastic bottles

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  • Newspaper/Magazines
  • Cereal boxes
  • Glass/metal/aluminum cans
  • Plastic bottles
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Waste oil Used Motor Oil Leaves/grass NO LIQUIDS OF ANY KIND Refrigerators Air Conditioners Dehumidifiers Gas tanks Pesticides Construction debris Demolition/roofing debris Concrete Bricks Garbage Paint cans w/paint Gas cans No electronics (TV’s, computers)

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  • Waste oil
  • Used Motor Oil
  • Leaves/grass
  • NO LIQUIDS OF ANY KIND
  • Refrigerators
  • Air Conditioners Dehumidifiers
  • Gas tanks
  • Pesticides
  • Construction debris
  • Demolition/roofing debris
  • Concrete
  • Bricks
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Beginning on June 29th Village residents can pick up their voucher at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required.

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Beginning on June 20th Village residents can pick up their voucher at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required.

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{+Beginning on June 29th+} Village residents can pick up their voucher at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required.

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Beginning on June 29th Village residents can pick up their voucher at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required.

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Items that WILL be accepted:

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Recycling items that WILL be accepted: Cardboard Office paper Newspaper/Magazines Cereal boxes Glass/metal/aluminum cans Plastic bottles

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Recyclable items that WILL be accepted: Cardboard Office paper Newspaper/Magazines Cereal boxes Glass/metal/aluminum cans Plastic bottles

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Items that WILL NOT be accepted: Waste oil Used Motor Oil Leaves/grass NO LIQUIDS OF ANY KIND Refrigerators Air Conditioners Dehumidifiers Gas tanks Pesticides Construction debris Demolition/roofing debris Concrete Bricks Garbage Paint cans w/paint Gas cans No electronics (TV’s, computers)

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Items that WILL NOT be accepted: Waste oil Used Motor Oil Leaves/grass NO LIQUIDS OF ANY KIND Refrigerators Air Conditioners Dehumidifiers Gas tanks Pesticides Construction debris Demolition/roofing debris Concrete Bricks Garbage Paint cans w/paint Gas cans No electronics (TV’s, computers)

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2016 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2016 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 5th and continue until July 30th. A total of 200 vouchers will be issued by Chemung County Milling Station to the Village of Horseheads residents. The voucher is good for up to 1,000 pounds to take to the Chemung County Milling Station, 1690 Lake Road in Elmira. There will be approximately 50 vouchers per week and only valid for the week issued. You may only take your items to the Milling Station on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8AM to 2PM and Saturdays 8AM to 11AM.  See schedule below for specific dates:

Week 1: July 5th, 6th, 7th - 8AM to 2PM; July 9th - 8AM to 11AM
Week 2: July 12th, 13th, 14th - 8AM to 2PM; July 16th - 8AM to 11AM
Week 3: July 19th, 20th, 21st - 8AM to 2PM; July 23rd - 8AM to 11AM
Week 4: July 26th, 27th, 28th - 8AM to 2PM; July 30th - 8AM to 11AM

Vouchers will be honored for the assigned week only. Failure to observe days and times will result in being turned away.   If you received a voucher in a specific week and did not use the voucher, you will not be issued another voucher. VOUCHERS CANNOT BE COMBINED.

{+Beginning on June 29th+} Village residents can pick up their voucher at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required.

  • ALL LOADS MUST BE TARPED. Loads that are not tarped will be turned away.
  • Dumping charges for any weight exceeding 1,000 lbs. are the responsibility of the resident.
  • Additional charges to residents of $5.00 for tires; $15.00 for propane tanks, furniture, sofas, chairs, recliners mattresses and box springs.

Items that WILL be accepted:

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Broken/discarded tools Rags/old clothing Small amounts of wood Old lawn mowers Broken?discarded dishes Dry, empty paint cans - no lids

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Small car parts Appliances (other than those listed below) Broken/discarded toys Carpeting Metal items

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Recycling items that WILL be accepted: Cardboard Office paper Newspaper/Magazines Cereal boxes Glass/metal/aluminum cans Plastic bottles

Items that WILL NOT be accepted: Waste oil Used Motor Oil Leaves/grass NO LIQUIDS OF ANY KIND Refrigerators Air Conditioners Dehumidifiers Gas tanks Pesticides Construction debris Demolition/roofing debris Concrete Bricks Garbage Paint cans w/paint Gas cans No electronics (TV’s, computers)

Questions regarding disposal of materials should be directed to the Chemung County Solid Waste Management District at 737–2980.

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Trash Disposal Program

The Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 5th and continue until July 30rd. A total of 200 vouchers will be issued by Chemung County Milling Station to the Village of Horseheads residents. There will be approximately 50 vouchers per week and only valid for the week issued. Vouchers will be numbered 1–200 and issued for specific days and hours.  You may only take your items to the Milling Station on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8AM to 2PM and Saturdays 8AM to 11AM.  See schedule below for specific dates:

Week 1: July 5th/July 9th −8AM to 2PM Vouchers 1–50 Week 2: July 12th/July 14th −8AM to 2PM and July 16th 8AM to 11AM Vouchers 51–100 Week 3: July 19th/July 21st −8AM to 2PM and July 23rd 8AM to 11AM Vouchers 101–150 Week 4: July 26th/ July 28th −8AM to 2PM and July 30th 8AM to 11AM Vouchers 151–200

Failure to observe days and times will result in being turned away.  Vouchers will be honored for the assigned week only.  If you received a voucher in a specific week and did not use the voucher, you will not be issued another voucher. Only Village residents will be able to pick up the pre-numbered vouchers beginning June 20th at the Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Vouchers can only be used per the above schedule.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required. All loads must be tarped. Those loads that are not tarped will be turned away. The voucher is good for up to 1,000 pounds to take to the Chemung County Milling Station, 1690 Lake Road in Elmira.  Dumping charges for any weight exceeding 1,000 lbs. are the responsibility of the resident. Vouchers can not be combined. Additional charges to residents of $5.00 for tires; $15.00 for propane tanks, furniture, sofas, chairs, recliners mattresses and box springs.

Questions regarding disposal of materials should be directed to the Chemung County Solid Waste Management District at 737–2980.

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The 2014 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 1st and continue until July 31st. A total of 200 vouchers will be issued by Chemung County Milling Station to the Village of Horseheads residents. There will be approximately 45 vouchers per week and only valid for the week issued. Vouchers will be numbered 1–200 and issued for specific days and hours. You may only take your items to the Milling Statino on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8AM to 2PM, and Saturdays from 8AM to 11AM. See schedule below:

  • First Week: July 1,2,3 – 8AM to 2PM and July 5th 8AM to 11AM
  • Second Week: July 8,9,10th – 8AM to 2PM and July 12th 8AM to 11AM
  • Third Week: July 15,16,17th – 8AM to 2PM and July 19th 8AM to 11AM
  • Fourth Week: July 22,23,24th – 8AM to 2PM and July 26th 8AM to 11AM
  • Fifth Week: July 29,30,31st – 8AM to 2PM
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The Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 5th and continue until July 30rd. A total of 200 vouchers will be issued by Chemung County Milling Station to the Village of Horseheads residents. There will be approximately 50 vouchers per week and only valid for the week issued. Vouchers will be numbered 1–200 and issued for specific days and hours.  You may only take your items to the Milling Station on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8AM to 2PM and Saturdays 8AM to 11AM.  See schedule below for specific dates:

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Failure to observe days and times will result in being turned away. Vouchers will be honored for the assigned week only. If you received a voucher in a specific week and did not use the voucher, you will not be issued another voucher.

Only Village residents will be able to pick up the pre-numbered vouchers beginning June 18th at the Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads, NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM. Vouchers can only be used per the above schedule. Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required. All loads must be tarped. Those loads that are not tarped will be turned away.

The voucher is good for up to 1,000 pounds to take to the Chemung County Milling Station, 1690 Lake Road in Elmira. Dumping charges for any weight exceeding 1,000 lbs. are the responsibility of the resident. Vouchers can not be combined.

Additional charges to residents of $5.00 for tires; $15.00 for propane tanks, furniture, sofas, chairs, recliners mattresses and box springs.

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Week 1: July 5th/July 9th −8AM to 2PM Vouchers 1–50 Week 2: July 12th/July 14th −8AM to 2PM and July 16th 8AM to 11AM Vouchers 51–100 Week 3: July 19th/July 21st −8AM to 2PM and July 23rd 8AM to 11AM Vouchers 101–150 Week 4: July 26th/ July 28th −8AM to 2PM and July 30th 8AM to 11AM Vouchers 151–200

Failure to observe days and times will result in being turned away.  Vouchers will be honored for the assigned week only.  If you received a voucher in a specific week and did not use the voucher, you will not be issued another voucher. Only Village residents will be able to pick up the pre-numbered vouchers beginning June 20th at the Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main St., Horseheads,  NY - Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM.  Vouchers can only be used per the above schedule.  Only one (1) voucher per household. Proof of residency is required. All loads must be tarped. Those loads that are not tarped will be turned away. The voucher is good for up to 1,000 pounds to take to the Chemung County Milling Station, 1690 Lake Road in Elmira.  Dumping charges for any weight exceeding 1,000 lbs. are the responsibility of the resident. Vouchers can not be combined. Additional charges to residents of $5.00 for tires; $15.00 for propane tanks, furniture, sofas, chairs, recliners mattresses and box springs.

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May 26th, 2016 - 7:00pm: The Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees will conduct two public hearings regarding the applications of Empire Video Services Corp., and Community Cable Corp., d/b/a North Penn Video, for Franchise Agreements to provide cable television services in the Village. A copy of the proposed agreements are available for public viewing at the Village Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.

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  • May 11th 4:00 - (previously scheduled) To Discuss Blostein Blvd. Compost Site, and Code Enforcement
  • May 18th 4:00 - CANCELLED
  • June 1st 4:00
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CABLE TELEVISION- PUBIC HEARINGS

The Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees will conduct two public hearings on Thursday, May 26th, 2016 at 7:05 p.m. regarding the applications of Empire Video Services Corp., and Community Cable Corp., d/b/a North Penn Video, for Franchise Agreements to provide cable television services in the Village. A copy of the proposed agreements are available for public viewing at the Village Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.

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On Saturday, May 21st from Noon-3pm, the Horseheads Police Department will be conducting a Free Community Shredding Event. Both Village and Town of Horseheads residents can bring their personal paper items for free shredding.

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On Saturday, May 21st from Noon-3pm, the Horseheads PBA will be sponsoring a Free Community Shredding Event. Both Village and Town of Horseheads residents can bring their personal paper items for free shredding.

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Questions? Call the Horseheads Police Dept. at 739–5669

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On Saturday, May 21st from Noon-3pm, the Horseheads Police Department will be conducting a Free Community Shredding Event. Horseheads Village and Town residents can bring their personal paper items for free shredding. Acceptable items include: Copy paper, letterhead, computer paper, fax paper, white paper, colored paper, shiny or coated paper, brochures, carbonless forms, staples and paperclips, sticky notes, white envelopes with windows, business cards, manila folders, newspaper, magazines.

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On Saturday, May 21st from Noon-3pm, the Horseheads Police Department will be conducting a Free Community Shredding Event. Both Village and Town of Horseheads residents can bring their personal paper items for free shredding.

Date: Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Time: Noon −3pm

Location: Horseheads Village Garage, 504 Thorne Street

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS INCLUDE: Copy paper, letterhead, computer paper, fax paper, white paper, colored paper, shiny or coated paper, brochures, carbonless forms, staples and paperclips, sticky notes, white envelopes with windows, business cards, manila folders, newspaper, magazines.

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Date: Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Time: Noon −3pm

Location: Horseheads Village Garage, 504 Thorne Street

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UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS: Carbon paper, plastic folders, security tapes and microfiche, brown or yellow envelopes, kraft envelopes, paper towels, glass, hanging file folders, screwdrivers, crowbars, ball bearings, etc.

Date: Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Time: Noon −3pm

Location: Horseheads Village Garage, 504 Thorne Street

This even will occur rain or shine.

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SHREDDING DAY

On Saturday, May 21st from Noon-3pm, the Horseheads Police Department will be conducting a Free Community Shredding Event. Horseheads Village and Town residents can bring their personal paper items for free shredding. Acceptable items include: Copy paper, letterhead, computer paper, fax paper, white paper, colored paper, shiny or coated paper, brochures, carbonless forms, staples and paperclips, sticky notes, white envelopes with windows, business cards, manila folders, newspaper, magazines.

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REGULAR WORKSHOPS

The Village Board has decided to conduct regular workshops to talk about various Village issues. They will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Room.

The upcoming dates are:

  • May 11th 4:00 - (previously scheduled) To Discuss Blostein Blvd. Compost Site, and Code Enforcement
  • May 18th 4:00
  • June 1st 4:00
  • June 15th 4:00
  • July 6th 4:00
  • July 20th 4:00



April 25, 2016 at 10:38AM by Rachel Baer -
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Wednesday, May 4th - 4:00 p.m.: Blostein Blvd. Compost Site; and Code Enforcement.
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April 22, 2016 at 02:22PM by Rachel Baer -
April 22, 2016 at 02:18PM by Rachel Baer -
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Wednesday, May 4th - 4:00 p.m.: Blostein Blvd. Compost Site; and Code Enforcement.
April 22, 2016 at 02:09PM by Rachel Baer -
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April 22, 2016 at 09:53AM by Rachel Baer -
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PROPOSED 2016–2017 VILLAGE BUDGET

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ADOPTED 2016–2017 VILLAGE BUDGET

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The Tentative FY2016−17 Budget has been received by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 14th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

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The FY2016−17 Budget has been ADOPTED by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

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SPRING BRUSH PICKUP

The Village of Horseheads will be conducting its 2016 Spring Brush Pick-Up from Monday, April 4th - Monday, April 18th per the following guidelines:

- NO BAGGED ITEMS - No branches larger than 6 inch diameter - Lay branches parallel to the curb - No leaves, grass or other yard waste - Village residents only.




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  • Tuesday, April 12th - 5:30 p.m.: Workshop on Stormwater Coalition, and Comprehensive Plan
  • Wednesday, April 20th - 3:30 p.m.: Workshop on the Village Manager Position
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  • Thursday 4/14/16 - 7:10 p.m.: Public Hearing on Proposed 2016–2017 Village Budget
  • Thursday, 4/4/16 - 7:10 p.m.: Public Hearing on PUD Amendment - Bethany, New Sign
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April 06, 2016 at 09:59AM by Rachel Baer -
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  • Tuesday, April 12th - 5:30 p.m.: Workshop on Stormwater Coalition, and Comprehensive Plan
  • Wednesday, April 20th - 3:30 p.m.: Workshop on the Village Manager Position
April 06, 2016 at 09:57AM by Rachel Baer -
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LIMITED HOURS FOR CODE ENFORCEMENT

While the Village searches to replace our current Code Enforcement Officer, who is leaving to pursue another career, the Code Office will have limited hours as follows effective June 1, 2015:

  • Mondays only: In office 8–12; Inspections 1–4
  • Permits will continue to be processed through the Clerk’s Office
  • Code and Permit questions - ryoung@horseheads.org; or 739–5691 Option #2
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April 04, 2016 at 10:55AM by Rachel Baer -
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  • Thursday 4/14/16 - 7:10 p.m.: Public Hearing on Proposed 2016–2017 Village Budget
  • Thursday, 4/4/16 - 7:10 p.m.: Public Hearing on PUD Amendment - Bethany, New Sign
April 04, 2016 at 09:56AM by Rachel Baer -
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A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 214th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

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A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 14th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

April 04, 2016 at 09:54AM by Rachel Baer -
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April 04, 2016 at 09:53AM by Rachel Baer -
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April 04, 2016 at 09:52AM by Rachel Baer -
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A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 24th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

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A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 214th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

April 04, 2016 at 09:52AM by Rachel Baer -
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The Tentative FY2016−17 Budget has been received by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 24th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

Click below to view the draft budget:

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The Tentative FY2016−17 Budget has been received by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 24th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

Click below to view the draft budget:

April 04, 2016 at 09:51AM by Rachel Baer -
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April 04, 2016 at 09:51AM by Rachel Baer -
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PROPOSED 2016–2017 VILLAGE BUDGET

The Tentative FY2016−17 Budget has been received by the Board. It calls for a 3.75% tax increase.

A public hearing regarding the proposed budget has been scheduled for Thursday, April 24th, 2016 at 7:10 p.m.

Click below to view the draft budget:

2016-2017 Draft Budget - Part 1 2016-2017 Draft Budget - Part 2

March 29, 2016 at 02:33PM by Rachel Baer -
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BOARD MEETING CHANGES/ADDITIONS

UPDATED: 3/22/16

Listed below are recent meeting changes for the Village of Horseheads Board of Trustees:

Budget Workshop Scheduled on the 2016–2017 Village Budget:

	-	March 28th – 5:30pm

Board Meeting Change:

	-	Thursday, March 24th – 7:00 p.m.:  REGULAR MEETING – CANCELLED
	-	Thursday, March 31st – 7:00 p.m.:  Regular Meeting







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	-	Thursday, January 14th – 7pm – Regular Meeting

	-	Thursday, January 28th - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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	-	Thursday, April 14th – 7pm – Regular Meeting

	-	Thursday, April 28th - 7pm - Regular Meeting
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Regularly scheduled Planning Board Meetings are on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:15 p.m.

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Regularly scheduled Planning Board Meetings are on the 4th Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m.

March 29, 2016 at 02:32PM by Rachel Baer -
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HANOVER SQUARE ALLEYWAY REDESIGN

Community Progress, Inc. is currently working with a group of students from Cornell University to provide the Village with a Redesign of the back alley way between all of the buildings located on Franklin St., S. Main and John St. in the Hanover Square area. The students have been tasked with providing design concepts for alley way improvements to the area behind Farmer’s Insurance, Louie’s and Studio 111. Recommendation on character and use of the site, service issues and landscape improvements were also asked of them to research.

In addition, there is a vacant parcel of land adjacent to Nik’s and across the street from Beef Eater’s, which they have been asked to provide recommendation in order to transform the space into a public/social gathering space.

Their first meeting is scheduled for: Thursday, March 24th at 5:00 p.m. in Village Hall.

The public is welcome to attend.

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