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• Participants are also able to leave the Program at any time during the 24 months without a penalty • The CCA Program is compatible with budget billing, community solar and rooftop solar • Customers with day/night or time-of-use rates will not be automatically included in the Program

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  • Participants are also able to leave the Program at any time during the 24 months without a penalty
  • The CCA Program is compatible with budget billing, community solar and rooftop solar
  • Customers with day/night or time-of-use rates will not be automatically included in the Program
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a. Those who are automatically eligible to participate in the CCA Program will receive a letter

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a. No need to take action if you want to participate in CCA b. If you do not wish to participate in CCA, you can opt-out via mail, phone or online

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  • No need to take action if you want to participate in CCA
  • If you do not wish to participate in CCA, you can opt-out via mail, phone or online
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Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) FAQs for Residents Q. What happens with my current utility?

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Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) FAQs for Residents

Q. What happens with my current utility?

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Q. How do I know if the utility is my electric supplier? Your electric bill has two main sections, delivery and supply. Check the supply portion of your bill to see if it lists the name of a company that is different from your utility, see example bill. If you receive two bills for your electric supply you have already selected a supplier other than the utility. If you are still not sure, contact us and we’ll help you out. Q. Can I join (opt-into) the CCA if I already selected a company other than the utility? Yes, you can opt-into the CCA, but if you signed a contract for a certain length of time there may be a fee to terminate that contract. Please reach out to us and we can help you join the CCA. Not sure if you have a contract with a termination fee? Contact us and we’ll help you figure it out. Q. Can I participate? To get the benefits of CCA you must:

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Q. How do I know if the utility is my electric supplier? Your electric bill has two main sections, delivery and supply. Check the supply portion of your bill to see if it lists the name of a company that is different from your utility, see example bill. If you receive two bills for your electric supply you have already selected a supplier other than the utility. If you are still not sure, contact us and we’ll help you out.

Q. Can I join (opt-into) the CCA if I already selected a company other than the utility? Yes, you can opt-into the CCA, but if you signed a contract for a certain length of time there may be a fee to terminate that contract. Please reach out to us and we can help you join the CCA. Not sure if you have a contract with a termination fee? Contact us and we’ll help you figure it out.

Q. Can I participate? To get the benefits of CCA you must:

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Q. What if I don’t want to participate in the CCA? CCA is all about choice and you have the opportunity to opt-out. If you are automatically eligible to participate in CCA you will receive an opt-out letter with details on how to opt-out via mail, phone or online. You have 30 days to opt-out. Q. What if I don’t opt-out within 30 days? If you don’t opt-out within 30 days you will be switched to the CCA. You are still able to return to NYSEG for your electric supply at any time without a penalty. It will take 1 to 2 billing cycles to return to NYSEG. Q. What if I move? If you move to another community participating in CCA you are able to join that group for the remainder of the Program term. Q. Where does the electricity come from? Unless a community specifically requests the source of the electricity it will be generated from a variety of fossil fuel and renewable resources, which could include natural gas, hydro and nuclear. Some communities selected a CCA supplied by 100% renewable electricity. Q. Can I get renewable electricity through the CCA? Yes. Some communities selected a CCA supplied by 100% renewable electricity. Residents and small businesses can opt-up to 100% renewable electricity, though it does cost a small amount more. Residents and small businesses can also opt-down into a standard grid mix if your community selected 100% renewables. Q. What electric suppliers serve CCAs? Third-party electric services companies, ESCOs, compete to win the business of the CCA by responding to a Request for Proposal (RFP). Q. How can an ESCO offer a better rate than my utility? Utilities must purchase electricity as it’s used and pass through the cost to the customer. ESCOs can purchase hedges and other financial transactions allowing for more purchase options that can result in lower prices.

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Q. What if I don’t want to participate in the CCA? CCA is all about choice and you have the opportunity to opt-out. If you are automatically eligible to participate in CCA you will receive an opt-out letter with details on how to opt-out via mail, phone or online. You have 30 days to opt-out.

Q. What if I don’t opt-out within 30 days? If you don’t opt-out within 30 days you will be switched to the CCA. You are still able to return to NYSEG for your electric supply at any time without a penalty. It will take 1 to 2 billing cycles to return to NYSEG.

Q. What if I move? If you move to another community participating in CCA you are able to join that group for the remainder of the Program term.

Q. Where does the electricity come from? Unless a community specifically requests the source of the electricity it will be generated from a variety of fossil fuel and renewable resources, which could include natural gas, hydro and nuclear. Some communities selected a CCA supplied by 100% renewable electricity.

Q. Can I get renewable electricity through the CCA? Yes. Some communities selected a CCA supplied by 100% renewable electricity. Residents and small businesses can opt-up to 100% renewable electricity, though it does cost a small amount more. Residents and small businesses can also opt-down into a standard grid mix if your community selected 100% renewables.

Q. What electric suppliers serve CCAs? Third-party electric services companies, ESCOs, compete to win the business of the CCA by responding to a Request for Proposal (RFP).

Q. How can an ESCO offer a better rate than my utility? Utilities must purchase electricity as it’s used and pass through the cost to the customer. ESCOs can purchase hedges and other financial transactions allowing for more purchase options that can result in lower prices.

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  • Opt-Down: to standard grid mix at a fully fixed price of $0.05092/kWh for 24 months
  • Opt-In: if you have another supplier and wish to switch to the CCA
  • Opt-Out: if you wish not to participate and to keep NYSEG as your electric supplier
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  • Opt-Down: to standard grid mix at a fully fixed price of $0.05092/kWh for 24 months
  • Opt-In: if you have another supplier and wish to switch to the CCA
  • Opt-Out: if you wish not to participate and to keep NYSEG as your electric supplier
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Community Choice Aggregation (CCA): Our New Electricity Program

Lower, fixed price renewable electricity is coming this summer!

Learn more about it at an education session May 8th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Village Hall

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Community Choice Aggregation (CCA): Our New Electricity Program

Lower, fixed price renewable electricity is coming this summer!

Learn more about it at an education session May 8th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Village Hall

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CCA Programs Provide Choices: Opt-Down: to standard grid mix at a fully fixed price of $0.05092/kWh for 24 months Opt-In: if you have another supplier and wish to switch to the CCA Opt-Out: if you wish not to participate and to keep NYSEG as your electric supplier

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CCA Programs Provide Choices:

  • Opt-Down: to standard grid mix at a fully fixed price of $0.05092/kWh for 24 months
  • Opt-In: if you have another supplier and wish to switch to the CCA
  • Opt-Out: if you wish not to participate and to keep NYSEG as your electric supplier
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a. May 6th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Horseheads Town Hall, 150 Wygant Road b. May 8th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main Street c. There are sessions at 6 pm and 7 pm, each starts with a presentation d. Please come at any time and feel free to bring your bill

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  • May 6th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Horseheads Town Hall, 150 Wygant Road
  • May 8th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main Street
  • There are sessions at 6 pm and 7 pm, each starts with a presentation
  • Please come at any time and feel free to bring your bill
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If you have a question that isn’t answered above, please contact us at megaCCAteam@energynext.com or 518.533.5399

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If you have a question that isn’t answered above, please contact us at megaCCAteam@energynext.com or 518.533.5399

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MEGA, is a not-for-profit local development corporation based in Upstate New York, with two decades of successful energy aggregation programs for municipal facilities in more than 300 local jurisdictions.

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MEGA, is a not-for-profit local development corporation based in Upstate New York, with two decades of successful energy aggregation programs for municipal facilities in more than 300 local jurisdictions.

Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) FAQs for Residents Q. What happens with my current utility? Your electric bill has two main sections, delivery and supply. With a CCA you will still pay the delivery portion of your bill to your utility (e.g. NYSEG), see example bill. The delivery portion includes charges to deliver electricity to your location, to maintain infrastructure and address electricity outages.

Q. How do I know if the utility is my electric supplier? Your electric bill has two main sections, delivery and supply. Check the supply portion of your bill to see if it lists the name of a company that is different from your utility, see example bill. If you receive two bills for your electric supply you have already selected a supplier other than the utility. If you are still not sure, contact us and we’ll help you out. Q. Can I join (opt-into) the CCA if I already selected a company other than the utility? Yes, you can opt-into the CCA, but if you signed a contract for a certain length of time there may be a fee to terminate that contract. Please reach out to us and we can help you join the CCA. Not sure if you have a contract with a termination fee? Contact us and we’ll help you figure it out. Q. Can I participate? To get the benefits of CCA you must: • live within a city, town or village that is participating in the Program, • receive your electricity supply from NYSEG, • be a resident or small business (usually using less than 2,000 kWh/month) and, • not have a block on your account. If you meet these 4 criteria, you will automatically be included in the CCA. Customers with day/night or time-of-use rates will not be automatically included in the Program. The CCA Program is compatible with budget billing, community solar and rooftop solar. Q. What if I don’t want to participate in the CCA? CCA is all about choice and you have the opportunity to opt-out. If you are automatically eligible to participate in CCA you will receive an opt-out letter with details on how to opt-out via mail, phone or online. You have 30 days to opt-out. Q. What if I don’t opt-out within 30 days? If you don’t opt-out within 30 days you will be switched to the CCA. You are still able to return to NYSEG for your electric supply at any time without a penalty. It will take 1 to 2 billing cycles to return to NYSEG. Q. What if I move? If you move to another community participating in CCA you are able to join that group for the remainder of the Program term. Q. Where does the electricity come from? Unless a community specifically requests the source of the electricity it will be generated from a variety of fossil fuel and renewable resources, which could include natural gas, hydro and nuclear. Some communities selected a CCA supplied by 100% renewable electricity. Q. Can I get renewable electricity through the CCA? Yes. Some communities selected a CCA supplied by 100% renewable electricity. Residents and small businesses can opt-up to 100% renewable electricity, though it does cost a small amount more. Residents and small businesses can also opt-down into a standard grid mix if your community selected 100% renewables. Q. What electric suppliers serve CCAs? Third-party electric services companies, ESCOs, compete to win the business of the CCA by responding to a Request for Proposal (RFP). Q. How can an ESCO offer a better rate than my utility? Utilities must purchase electricity as it’s used and pass through the cost to the customer. ESCOs can purchase hedges and other financial transactions allowing for more purchase options that can result in lower prices. If you have a question that isn’t answered above, please contact us at megaCCAteam@energynext.com or 518.533.5399

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3 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2015 – Tax Cap Override

MEGA Energy

Community Choice Aggregation (CCA): Our New Electricity Program

Lower, fixed price renewable electricity is coming this summer!

Learn more about it at an education session May 8th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Village Hall

The Village of Horseheads is offering our residents and small businesses a new electricity supply option through a program called Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). The Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance (MEGA) brought together 21 municipalities in our region to join in bulk purchasing of electricity through the CCA Program. CCA Programs focus on providing electric supply choices while continuing to rely on the delivery service and physical infrastructure of the local electric utility (NYSEG). Only residents and small businesses who currently receive their electric supply from NYSEG are automatically eligible to participate.

As a Participant in MEGA’s CCA You May: • Save money on your electric bill • Avoid sudden spikes in the price of your electricity • Have access to 100% renewable ‘green’ electricity • Stop energy telemarketers and door-to-door sales

The CCA will offer our residents and small business 100% renewable electricity at a fully fixed price of $0.0542/kWh for 24 months, starting in July 2019. CCA Programs Provide Choices: Opt-Down: to standard grid mix at a fully fixed price of $0.05092/kWh for 24 months Opt-In: if you have another supplier and wish to switch to the CCA Opt-Out: if you wish not to participate and to keep NYSEG as your electric supplier Other Important Reminders • Participants are also able to leave the Program at any time during the 24 months without a penalty • The CCA Program is compatible with budget billing, community solar and rooftop solar • Customers with day/night or time-of-use rates will not be automatically included in the Program What Happens Next? 1. Attend an Education Session: a. May 6th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Horseheads Town Hall, 150 Wygant Road b. May 8th 6–7pm & 7–8pm at Horseheads Village Hall, 202 S. Main Street c. There are sessions at 6 pm and 7 pm, each starts with a presentation d. Please come at any time and feel free to bring your bill 2. Expect to Receive a Letter Mid-May a. Those who are automatically eligible to participate in the CCA Program will receive a letter 3. Participate in CCA a. No need to take action if you want to participate in CCA b. If you do not wish to participate in CCA, you can opt-out via mail, phone or online More information can also be found in the FAQs and online at megacca.org. Questions can be directed to megaCCAteam@energynext.com or 518.533.5399. MEGA, is a not-for-profit local development corporation based in Upstate New York, with two decades of successful energy aggregation programs for municipal facilities in more than 300 local jurisdictions.

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  • Tuesday - Friday 9am – 3pm (except holidays)
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COMPOST SITE ON BLOSTEIN BLVD. OPENS APRIL 16TH

THE BLOSTEIN BLVD. COMPOST SITE OPENS FOR THE SEASON ON TUESDAY APRIL 16TH. THIS IS AVAILABLE FREE OF CHARGE FOR RESIDENTS OF CHEMUNG COUNTY FOR THE DISPOSAL OF YARD WASTE.

 The facility will be open every year from April through November (weather permitting)

 Operating hours are:

  • Tuesday thru Friday 9am – 3pm (except holidays)
  • Saturdays 10am - 4pm
  • Closed on Sundays
  • Closed on Mondays for processing of materials.

 Please have valid driver’s license or proof of residency to show the facility attendant.

 Material will be set aside for residents’ use. Do not take material not labeled for residents’ use.

 Contractors and commercial enterprises cannot use the facility.

NO SMOKING

NO CHAINSAWS OR POWER EQUIP.

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Yard Waste Accepted

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 Flowers and garden vegetation

 Brush

 Hay

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 Concrete, asphalt, or bricks

 Cinder blocks

 Patio blocks

 Rocks and boulders

 Wood pallets

 Wooden boards

 Railroad ties

 Dead animals

 Food scraps

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DIRECTIONS TO COMPOST FACILITY:

  • Chemung St. in Hhds., (behind Grand Central Plaza)
  • Turn onto Blostein Blvd.
  • Past Cameron Mfg.
  • Compost site is on the right

DOWNLOAD FLYER

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COMPOST SITE ON BLOSTEIN BLVD. OPENS APRIL 16TH

THE BLOSTEIN BLVD. COMPOST SITE OPENS FOR THE SEASON ON TUESDAY APRIL 16TH. THIS IS AVAILABLE FREE OF CHARGE FOR RESIDENTS OF CHEMUNG COUNTY FOR THE DISPOSAL OF YARD WASTE.

 The facility will be open every year from April through November (weather permitting)

 Operating hours are:

  • Tuesday thru Friday 9am – 3pm (except holidays)
  • Saturdays 10am - 4pm
  • Closed on Sundays
  • Closed on Mondays for processing of materials.

 Please have valid driver’s license or proof of residency to show the facility attendant.

 Material will be set aside for residents’ use. Do not take material not labeled for residents’ use.

 Contractors and commercial enterprises cannot use the facility.

NO SMOKING

NO CHAINSAWS OR POWER EQUIP.

(:table class=columns border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=6:) (:cellnr valign=top width=50%:)

Yard Waste Accepted

 Grass

 Tree limbs and branches

 Stumps

 Leaves

 Flowers and garden vegetation

 Brush

 Hay

(:cell valign=top width=50%:) Items NOT Accepted

 Fence posts

 Concrete, asphalt, or bricks

 Cinder blocks

 Patio blocks

 Rocks and boulders

 Wood pallets

 Wooden boards

 Railroad ties

 Dead animals

 Food scraps

 NO GARBAGE OR TRASH (:tableend:)

DIRECTIONS TO COMPOST FACILITY:

  • Chemung St. in Hhds., (behind Grand Central Plaza)
  • Turn onto Blostein Blvd.
  • Past Cameron Mfg.
  • Compost site is on the right

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12/11/18: COMPOST SITE ON BLOSTEIN BLVD. CLOSED FOR WINTER

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THE CHEMUNG COUNTY COMPOST FACILITY - LOCATED ON BLOSTEIN BLVD. IN HORSEHEADS (SEE MAP) - IS CLOSED FOR THE WINTER.

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Meet Newly Sworn-In Officer Shawn Pirozzolo

Officer Shawn Pirozzolo was sworn in by Mayor Rob Maloney on February 28, 2019.

Shawn began his law enforcement career in 2014 as an intern with the Elmira Heights Police Department. He then worked for two years at Corning Community College as a Public Safety officer, all while completing his Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.

In March 2018, after graduating from the Southern Tier Law Enforcement Academy, Shawn was hired by the Elmira Police Department. In January, 2019 Shawn started with the Horseheads Police Department.

Shawn is certified in Crisis Intervention and ALERT School response training among other qualifications. Shawn comes to us with a family background in law enforcement. His father is a retired Police Officer and his brother is currently a deputy Sheriff with the Chemung County Sheriff’s Department.

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DRAFT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN

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In May of 2017 the Village of Horseheads was awarded a grant from Empire State Development (ESD) to develop a strategic plan for optimizing the Village’s economic growth. The successful bidder on this consulting project, Fairweather Consulting, has completed its development of a Draft Economic Development Plan.

To view the plan, click here:

DRAFT ECONOMIC PLAN - PART 1

DRAFT ECONOMIC PLAN - PART 2

DRAFT ECONOMIC PLAN - PART 3

DRAFT ECONOMIC PLAN - PART 4

Paper copies of the draft plan can also be picked up at the Village Clerk’s Office.

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In May of 2017 the Village of Horseheads was awarded a grant from Empire State Development (ESD) to develop a strategic plan for optimizing the Village’s economic growth. The successful bidder on this consulting project, Fairweather Consulting, has completed its development of an Economic Development Plan.

Paper copies of the plan can also be picked up at the Village Clerk’s Office.

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VILLAGE MANAGER SEARCH EXTENDED

12/7/18: The Village of Horseheads is extending the deadline for applications for the position of Village Manager, and expanding the residency.

Open to residents of Chemung, Steuben, Schuyler and Tioga Counties. Must pass drug screening and background check. Deadline for applications is December 14, 2018.

This is a Full Time position (40 hrs./week). Requirements: 4 year degree from an accredited college preferably with major in Public Admin. – OR - 8 years management experience. The successful candidate will have knowledge, experience and supervision 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 - $45K-60K depending on experience.

For a more detailed job description, CLICK HERE

MAIL COVER LTR AND RESUME TO: Village of Horseheads, Att: Manager’s Office, 202 S. Main Street, Horseheads, NY 14845.

EMAIL TO: rmaloney@horseheads.org

EOE Employer.

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Upcoming schedule of Board Meetings is as follows:

2018

- Thursday, Nov. 22nd, 2018: MTG. CANCELLED - HOLIDAY

- Monday, Dec. 3rd, 2018 - 7pm: Organizational Meeting

- Thursday, Dec. 13th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Board Meeting

- Thursday, Dec. 27th, 2018 - MTG. CANCELLED - HOLIDAY

Workshops

- Thursday, Dec. 6th, 2018 - 6:00pm - Workshop on Farmland Acquisition

Public Hearings



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VILLAGE MANAGER SEARCH EXTENDED

12/7/18: The Village of Horseheads is extending the deadline for applications for the position of Village Manager, and expanding the residency.

This is a Full Time position (40 hrs./week). Requirements: 4 year degree from an accredited college preferably with major in Public Admin. – OR - 8 years management experience. The successful candidate will have knowledge, experience and supervision 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 - $45K-60K depending on experience.

Open to residents of Chemung, Steuben, Schuyler and Tioga Counties. Must pass drug screening and background check. Deadline for applications is December 14, 2018.

For a more detailed job description, CLICK HERE

MAIL COVER LTR AND RESUME TO: Village of Horseheads, Att: Manager’s Office, 202 S. Main Street, Horseheads, NY 14845. EMAIL TO: rmaloney@horseheads.org

EOE Employer.

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- Thursday, November 8th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, Nov. 22nd, 2018: MTG. CANCELLED - HOLIDAY - Monday, Dec. 3rd, 2018 - 7pm: Organizational Meeting - Thursday, Dec. 13th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Board Meeting - Thursday, Dec. 27th, 2018 - MTG. CANCELLED - HOLIDAY

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- Thursday, Dec. 6th, 2018 - 6:00pm - Workshop on Farmland Acquisition

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- Thursday, Thursday, October 11th, 2018 - 7pm: CANCELLED

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- Thursday, November 8th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, November 22nd, 2018 - CANCELLED - HOLIDAY

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- Thursday, October 25th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meet5ing

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- Thursday, October 25th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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- Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - CANCELLED

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- Thursday, October 11th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting - Thursday, October 25th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meet5ing

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LIBRARY BOOK SALE

The Horseheads Free Library on S. Main St. will hold its annual Book Sale from Tuesday, Sep.11th through Saturday Sep. 15th. The sale will be held at the Town & Country Fire Department on the corner of Gardner Rd. and Westlake St. See detailed dates and times below:

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THORNE ST. POOL - OPEN THROUGH LABOR DAY

The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will remain open through September 9th, 2018 - per the dates/times listed below:

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- Thursday, September 6th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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

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

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The Horseheads Free Library on S. Main St. will hold its annual Book Sale from Tuesday, Sep.11th through Saturday Sep. 15th. The sale will be held at the Town & Country Fire Department on the corner of Gardner Rd. and Westlake St. See detailed dates and times below:

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The Horseheads Free Library on S. Main St. will hold its annual Book Sale from Tuesday, Sep.11th through Saturday Sep. 15th. The sale will be held at the Town & Country Fire Department on the corner of Gardner Rd. and Westlake St. See detailed dates and times below:

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LIBRARY BOOK SALE

The Horseheads Free Library on S. Main St. will hold its annual Book Sale from Tuesday, Sep.11th through Saturday Sep. 15th. The sale will be held at the Town & Country Fire Department on the corner of Gardner Rd. and Westlake St. See detailed dates and times below:

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will remain open through September 9th, 2018 - per the dates/times listed below:

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will remain open through September 9th, 2018 - per the dates/times listed below:

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‘’‘The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will remain open through September 9th, 2018 - per the dates/times listed below:

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will remain open through September 9th, 2018 - per the dates/times listed below:

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2018 THORNE ST. POOL - HOURS OF OPERATION

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THORNE ST. POOL - OPEN THROUGH LABOR DAY

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will close for the season on Sunday August 26th at 6:00 pm.

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‘’‘The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will remain open through September 9th, 2018 - per the dates/times listed below:

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- Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: SPECIAL MEETING

       Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff
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  • Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search: POSTPONED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
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- ‘’‘Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: SPECIAL MEETING,

       Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff’‘’
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- Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: SPECIAL MEETING

       Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff
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Upcoming schedule of Board Meetings is as follows:

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Upcoming schedule of Board Meetings is as follows:

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- Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: SPECIAL MEETING, Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff

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- ‘’‘Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: SPECIAL MEETING,

       Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff’‘’
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        -        Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm:  SPECIAL MEETING, Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff

	-       Thursday, September 6th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - CANCELLED

	-       Thursday, September 27th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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- Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: SPECIAL MEETING, Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff

- Thursday, September 6th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting

- Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - CANCELLED

- Thursday, September 27th, 2018 - 7pm: Regular Meeting

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  • Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search: POSTPONED TILL FURTHER NOTICED
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  • Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search: POSTPONED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
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        -        Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm:  SPECIAL MEETING, Re: Revenue Anticipation Note Bond Payoff
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  • Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search
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  • Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search: POSTPONED TILL FURTHER NOTICED
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  • Thursday, August 30th, 2018 - 6pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search
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  • Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 - 7:30pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search
  • Tuesday, Sep. 18th, 2018 - 6pm: Cemetery/Water Rates
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        -       Thursday, August 30th, 2018 - 6pm:  Mayoral Form of Government/Village Manager Search

        -       Thursday, October 4th, 2018 - 6pm:  E. Franklin St. - Farmland Acquisition
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  • Thursday, August 30th, 2018 - 6pm: Mayoral Form of Govt/Village Manager Search
  • Thursday, October 4th, 2018 - 6pm: E. Franklin St. - Farmland Acquisition
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Workshops

        -       Thursday, August 30th, 2018 - 6pm:  Mayoral Form of Government/Village Manager Search

        -       Thursday, October 4th, 2018 - 6pm:  E. Franklin St. - Farmland Acquisition
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	-       Thursday, August 9th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM NOTICE

NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a regular meeting held on the 28th day of June, 2018, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Horseheads, New York (the “Village”) duly adopted a resolution, an abstract of which follows, which resolution is subject to a permissive referendum pursuant to Article 9 of the Village Law of the State of New York.

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2018 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2018 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 3rd and continue until July 28th. 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.

Beginning on June 25th 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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The resolution established a capital reserve fund to finance the cost of acquisition of a pumper firetruck and possibly a motor vehicle. The resolution provided for transfer of $450,000.00 to the fund, and that the monies would be invested and managed as provided in the General Municipal Law. No expenditure can be made from the fund without approval of the Board of Trustees.

Dated: July 2nd, 2018

Brad Lytle, Village Manager Village of Horseheads

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2018 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2018 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 3rd and continue until July 28th. 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.

Beginning on June 25th 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.

August 01, 2018 at 11:33AM by Rachel Baer -
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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool is now open.

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will close for the season on Sunday August 26th at 6:00 pm.

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	-       Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - CANCELLED
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	-       Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

        -       Thursday, August 9th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, August 9th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, September 6th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, September 27th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM

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NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM

July 02, 2018 at 11:25AM by Rachel Baer -
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(:if date 2018-05-01..2018-08-01:)

2018 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2018 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 3rd and continue until July 28th. 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.

Beginning on June 25th 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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PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM NOTICE

NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a regular meeting held on the 28th day of June, 2018, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Horseheads, New York (the “Village”) duly adopted a resolution, an abstract of which follows, which resolution is subject to a permissive referendum pursuant to Article 9 of the Village Law of the State of New York.

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The resolution established a capital reserve fund to finance the cost of acquisition of a pumper firetruck and possibly a motor vehicle. The resolution provided for transfer of $450,000.00 to the fund, and that the monies would be invested and managed as provided in the General Municipal Law. No expenditure can be made from the fund without approval of the Board of Trustees.

Dated: July 2nd, 2018

Brad Lytle, Village Manager Village of Horseheads

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2018 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2018 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 3rd and continue until July 28th. 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.

Beginning on June 25th 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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Next Meeting: Monday, June 11th, 2018 - 4:00 p.m. regarding application of Burt Cagir, 2296 Grand Central Avenue, for an Area Variance to install fencing around his property.

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool opens Saturday, June 23rd at Noon, through August 26, 2018.

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool is now open.

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	-       Thursday, June 28th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

	-       Thursday, July 12th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, June 14th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, July 12th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting

        -       Thursday, August 9th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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To pay Village Property Taxes online, PAY TAXES

To pay Village water bills, WATER PMT

To pay court fees/fines online GO HERE

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PAY TAXES PAY TAXES

 WATER PMTS:   WATER PMTS

COURT FINES/FEES: www.paycourtonline.com

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ONLINE PAYMENTS FOR WATER BILLS, COURT FINES

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ONLINE PAYMENTS FOR TAXES, WATER BILLS, COURT FINES

PAY TAXES PAY TAXES

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  • Closed on Sundays
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Zoning Board meets on an as-needed basis to hear appeals for variances from the zoning code.

Next Meeting: Monday, June 11th, 2018 - 4:00 p.m. regarding application of Burt Cagir, 2296 Grand Central Avenue, for an Area Variance to install fencing around his property.

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	-       Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, June 28th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
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	-       Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 7pm:  Draft Local Law - Special Benefit Assessment
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	-       Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 7pm:  Draft Local Law - Special Benefit Assessment
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Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 4:00 p.m.
  • Use Variance – 202 Westlake St. – Rebuild a 2-story home on the lot.
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COMMERCIAL EXPANSION/REPAIR FUND AVAILABLE

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COMMERCIAL EXPANSION/REPAIR FUNDS AVAILABLE

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COMMERCIAL EXPANSION/REPAIR FUND AVAILABLE

Eligible business owners in the Village can get low interest loans for expansion and/or repairs through our CDBG Loan Program. Contact our CDBG Administrator, Southern Tier Economic Growth at 607–733–6513.

CLICK HERE for details.





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2015

  1. 1 – Municipal Tax Levy Override REPEALED - See LL #3 of 2015
  2. 2 – Changes Residency for Police Chief and DPW Director (Amends LL#4 of 1995)
  3. 3 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2015 – Tax Cap Override
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2016

  1. 1 – Municipal Tax Levy Override REPEALED - See LL #2 of 2016
  2. 2 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2016 – Tax Cap Override
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2018

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2018

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2017

  1. 1 – Amending Chapter 245-Zoning: PUD Regulations – Payment in Lieu of Open Space; and ZBA Variance Procedures
  2. 2 – Municipal Tax Levy Override
  3. 3 – Authorizing Community Choice Aggregation Program (CCA) for Energy Supply for Residents
  4. 4 – Amending Chapter 13 – CEMETERIES – of the Village Code
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  1. 1 – Prior Notice of Defects (Repeals LL#2 of 1994)
  2. 2 – Municipal Tax Levy Override
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  1. 3 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2015 – Tax Cap Override
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  1. 3 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2015 – Tax Cap Override
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LOCAL LAWS

Copies of all local laws are available by contacting the Village Clerk’s Office at 739–5691, #7. Recently adopted local laws are listed below:

2018

  1. 1 – Prior Notice of Defects (Repeals LL#2 of 1994)
  2. 2 – Municipal Tax Levy Override

2017

  1. 1 – Amending Chapter 245-Zoning: PUD Regulations – Payment in Lieu of Open Space; and ZBA Variance Procedures
  2. 2 – Municipal Tax Levy Override
  3. 3 – Authorizing Community Choice Aggregation Program (CCA) for Energy Supply for Residents
  4. 4 – Amending Chapter 13 – CEMETERIES – of the Village Code

2016

  1. 1 – Municipal Tax Levy Override REPEALED - See LL #2 of 2016
  2. 2 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2016 – Tax Cap Override

2015

  1. 1 – Municipal Tax Levy Override REPEALED - See LL #3 of 2015
  2. 2 – Changes Residency for Police Chief and DPW Director (Amends LL#4 of 1995)
  3. 3 – Rescinding LL#1 of 2015 – Tax Cap Override
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2018 THORNE ST. POOL - HOURS OF OPERATION

The Thorne Street Municipal Pool opens Saturday, June 23rd at Noon, through August 26, 2018.

Regular Season hours will be:

  • Monday thru Saturday: 12:00 - 7pm
  • Sundays: 12:00 6pm

And a late change to the pool fees - we will now be offering family swim passes per the following schedule (Family of 5):

RESIDENT
Family Pass - $60
Each Addit’l - $12
NON-RESIDENT
Family Pass - $75
Each Addit’l - $12
INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASS - RESIDENT - $25
INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASS - NON RESIDENT - $50

For detailed information and to register for swim classes/activites, please see the Parks & Rec website at www.horseheadsrec.com (:ifend:)

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2018 THORNE ST. POOL - HOURS OF OPERATION

The Thorne Street Municipal Pool opens Saturday, June 23rd at Noon, through August 26, 2018.

Regular Season hours will be:

  • Monday thru Saturday: 12:00 - 7pm
  • Sundays: 12:00 6pm

And a late change to the pool fees - we will now be offering family swim passes per the following schedule (Family of 5):

RESIDENT
Family Pass - $60
Each Addit’l - $12
NON-RESIDENT
Family Pass - $75
Each Addit’l - $12
INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASS - RESIDENT - $25
INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASS - NON RESIDENT - $50

For detailed information and to register for swim classes/activites, please see the Parks & Rec website at www.horseheadsrec.com (:ifend:)

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2017 THORNE ST. POOL - HOURS OF OPERATION

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2018 THORNE ST. POOL - HOURS OF OPERATION

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool will be open through August 27, 2017.

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The Thorne Street Municipal Pool opens Saturday, June 23rd at Noon, through August 26, 2018.

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2018 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2018 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 3rd and continue until July 28th. 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.

Beginning on June 25th 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.

WEEK 1: Tue. July 3rd and Thu. July 5th - 8am to 2pm; Sat. July 7th- 8am to 11am

(CLOSED WED. JULY 4TH)

WEEK 2: Tue., Wed., Thu. July 10th-12th - 8am to 2pm; Sat. July 14th - 8am to 11am
WEEK 3: Tue., Wed., Thu. July 17th-19th - 8am to 2pm; Sat. July 21st - 8am to 11am
WEEK 4: Tue., Wed., Thu. July 24th-26th - 8am to 2pm; Sat. July 28th - 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.

  • 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:

  • Broken/discarded tools
  • Rags/old clothing
  • Small amounts of wood
  • Old lawn mowers
  • Broken/discarded dishes
  • Dry, empty paint cans - no lids
  • Small car parts
  • Appliances (other than those listed below)
  • Broken/discarded toys
  • Carpeting
  • Metal items

Recyclable 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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2017 TRASH DISPOSAL PROGRAM

The 2017 Village of Horseheads Trash Disposal Program will begin on July 5th and continue until July 29th. 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 - 8AM to 2PM; July 8th - 8AM to 11AM
Week 2: July 11th-13th - 8AM to 2PM; July 15th - 8AM to 11AM
Week 3: July 18th-20th - 8AM to 2PM; July 22nd - 8AM to 11AM
Week 4: July 25th-27th - 8AM to 2PM; July 29th - 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 26th 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:

  • Broken/discarded tools
  • Rags/old clothing
  • Small amounts of wood
  • Old lawn mowers
  • Broken/discarded dishes
  • Dry, empty paint cans - no lids
  • Small car parts
  • Appliances (other than those listed below)
  • Broken/discarded toys
  • Carpeting
  • Metal items

Recyclable 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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May 14, 2018 at 09:06AM by Rachel Baer -
Changed lines 245-250 from:
	-       Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting


	-       Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
to:
	-       Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting


	-       Thursday, June 14th, 2018 - 7pm:  Regular Meeting
Changed lines 261-271 from:
Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 4:00 p.m.

AGENDA

  • Area Variance - 2296 Grand Central Ave. – (corner of Orchard and GCA) 5’ Fence.
  • Use Variance – 202 Westlake St. – Rebuild a 2-story home on the lot.
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Changed lines 268-271 from:
to:
Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 4:00 p.m.
  • Use Variance – 202 Westlake St. – Rebuild a 2-story home on the lot.

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