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For residential properties, data collection has been completed.

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Data collectors for the 2017 revaluation will start collecting data in the town on September 14, 2015. They will start on tax map #1 and continue in tax map order. We will update you of the status of the data collection as it continues throughout the town. Data collectors are scheduled to start collecting data in the Village of COH on September 21, 2015. They will start on tap map #101-1-1 and continue in tax map order.

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Sunday September 20, 2015:
There will be NO PARKING on Main Street from the Traffic Circle to Hazen Street.
There will be NO PARKING in the Municipal Lot on Main Street
There will be NO PARKING on Torrey Lane
Parking on Clinton Street, Hazen Street, and Broadway will be restricted to one side

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New York Military Academy has ignored the Town of Cornwall's letter of intent to purchase the NYMA property, and it now appears that NYMA's proposed sale of its property to third-parties is not going forward either. As a result, it appears that NYMA's property will be subject to an auction bid in United States Bankruptcy Court on September 30, 2015 with a minimum bid price of $9,500,000. In the event that the property is not sold at that time, it appears that the bankruptcy court will permit the property to be sold on October 2, 2015 in the mortgage foreclosure proceeding brought by Cornwall Improvement, Inc., which is currently pending in New York State Supreme Court.

On numerous occasions over the past several years, the Town has expressed its interest in obtaining all or part of the NYMA property for municipal uses such as sports fields, open space, municipal offices, etc. Indeed, in order to acquire the property the Town Board has even indicated its willingness to consider leasing back the school buildings to allow the academic use to continue on the land. Notwithstanding the latest developments in bankruptcy court, the Town's interest in obtaining all or part of the NYMA's property continues.

If and when the sale of the NYMA property goes forward, the Town of Cornwall will reach out to the new owner to continue the Town's efforts to acquire the property or a portion thereof for municipal purposes. Further, the Town reserves the right to pursue acquisition of the NYMA property by other available statutory means, including eminent domain proceedings.

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The Town Board will go into closed session at 6:30 pm to seek advice of counsel on potential land purchase (NYMA); and to seek advise of counsel on potential litigation (wells). Town Board work session will begin at 7:30 pm

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You are cordially invited to the unveiling of the Firefighter Kenneth Kumpel September 11th Memorial. Dedication will take place on Friday, September 11, 2015, 6:00 pm at Chadeayne Circle, Cornwall, NY. Refreshments will be served after the ceremony at The Highland Engine Company.

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Learn from community leaders and government officials about successes and challenges in making great places. Program includes pre-tour presentations, guided walking tour and wrap up discussion. Walking tour starts at Cornwall Public Library, 395 Hudson St, at 5 pm on September 1, 2015. Walking tour will be held rain or shine.

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Wednesday, August 19th, 6:30 pm at Cromwell Manor B&B, 174 Angola Road, Cornwall. Proceeds benefit Sands Ring Homestead Restoration project. $30 donation. All materials included with instruction, wine and cheese. Registration required. Contact Maryanne O'Dell, 845-534-4388 or email [email protected]

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The Town Historian has partnered with the Cornwall Historical Society and Cornwall’s local chefs for a “Homestead Harvest Dinner” scheduled for September 27, 2015 at 4pm under the tent on the Sands-Ring Homestead grounds.
This event combines the rich tastes of Cornwall’s finest cuisine with local chefs serving recipes primarily from the “Old Homestead Cook-book” originally published in 1913 by the Village Improvement Society, later the Cornwall Garden Club. Also featured will be “Aaron Burr Cider” of Wurtsboro, NY. Tickets are $75 per person which includes a full course dinner and dessert. ONLY 130 tickets for dinner are available. A raffle for the original Terri Clearwater print of the homestead will take place at the dinner. Tickets for the raffle are $25. Winner of raffle does not need to be present. Proceeds of this event go to the Town of Cornwall Restoration Fund for Sands-Ring Homestead. For information or to make a reservation for the dinner, or to purchase raffle tickets, please call Maryanne O’Dell at 534-4388 or email [email protected]

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The Forge Hill Bridge will be opened to the public for the first time since August of 2011 when it was closed as a result of flood damage during Hurricane Irene.

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