Announcement: Received May 7, 2021. The New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) is seeking public comment regarding two proposals filed by Department of Public Service Staff (DPS Staff) in the Gas Planning Proceeding. The documents, filed on February 12, 2021, include the Gas System Planning Process Proposal and the Moratorium Management Proposal. To ensure full public participation, the Commission will hold virtual public statement hearings on May 12 and 13, 2021 to solicit input and comments from your community regarding the proposals. Information received at the public hearings will be transcribed and will be included in the record considered by the Commission in this matter.
Members of the public wishing to attend the hearings can register online to participate. Any participant not able to register or login to the hearings electronically may participate by phone. Participants who want to provide a statement at the hearings must register by 3:00 p.m. on May 11, 2021 for the May 12th hearing and by 3:00 p.m. on May 12, 2021 for the May 13th hearing. Additional details on how to participate at the public statement hearings and how to submit comments is available in the Notice of Public Statement Hearings. Information about the Gas Planning Proceeding request can be found in case pages 20-G-0131 on the www. dps.ny.gov website. Additional details on how to participate at the public statement hearings and how to submit comments is available in theNotice of Public Statement Hearings.
TUESDAY, MAY 4 1 PM - 7 PM POP UP COVID – 19 VACCINATION CLINIC, SCOTTSVILLE FIRE DEPT. 385 SCOTTSVILLE-MUMFORD RD. Monroe County, Scottsville Fire Department (Wheatland Scottsville Joint Fire District), Town of Wheatland and Wheatland Chili Central School District are pleased to announce a POP UP COVID – 19 VACCINATION CLINIC ANYONE 16 AND OLDER IS WELCOMED! NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. ANYONE 16 AND OLDER IS ELIGIBLE! NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. NO NEED TO DRIVE FAR - NO NEED TO WALK FAR - NO NEED TO AVOID GETTING THE VACCINATION. NO RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS. VACCINES ARE FREE AND SUPPORT OUR GOAL OF BEATING THIS VIRUS!
ALL OF THE MONROE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT STAFF AT THE CLINIC ARE VACCINATED AGAINST COVID 19. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WILL BE PRACTICED AND ASSISTANCE PROVIDED AS NEEDED. IT IS SAFE, LOCAL AND A COOPERATIVE EVENT.
We are continuing to follow Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. Face coverings are mandatory in all common areas of the Town Hall, and we request all visitors to maintain a distance of six feet away from others when they are in the building.
We are continuing to provide services in the Town Hall, as well as by telephone, e-mail, fax and the US mail. If we are not available, please leave a message and we will respond as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
For meetings, we continue to use Zoom meetings. Zoom notices can be found by clicking on the meeting announcement in the Meeting Tab.
Battery Moratorium Committee
February 23, 2021 - The Comprehensive Plan Resource Committee that was started in November has been disbanded. The Committee was composed of interested citizens who were working together to research, survey, update data; review reports and studies that have been conducted during the past 10 years, as well as revisit our last town-wide Comprehensive Plan that was authorized by the Town Board in 1993. A new Steering Committee is being recruited and will be authorized to develop the actual plan for the Town Board. Citizen review and input will be important to this effort, and all who would like to contribute their ideas and vision for our town's future will be encouraged to participate.
The following reports were reviewed by the committee: