The Town of Lyme Highway Superintendent is seeking an experienced seasonal on call plow driver. Any candidates are required to have a NYS Class “B” driver’s license. He is also seeking a part time plow wingman. Applications are available at the Lyme Town Office, 12175 NYS Route 12E, Chaumont, NY 13622 and online at townoflyme.com. Please submit applications and resumes to the Lyme Town Clerk, PO Box 66, Chaumont, NY 13622. For more information call 315-649-2789. October 27, 2020 Town of Lyme Clerk Ariana Henderson
The town has openings for a Deputy Zoning Enforcement Officer and also a Planning Board Secretary. If interested, please apply at the town office.
TOWN BOARD MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Seating will be arranged to allow for social distancing, however, masks will still be required in the event the number in attendance restricts the ability to stay six feet apart. Meetings are held in the Town Municipal Office on the second Wednesday of every month and begin at 6:30 pm. The public also has the opportunity to see and hear the meeting live and provide comments via online streaming provided by Steve Weed Productions at https://livestream.com/swp/lyme
If you have any questions please call us or send us an email! Town Office: 315-649-2788 Assessor’s: 315-649-2387 Zoning/ Code Enforcement: 315-777-6115 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage our residents to use our drop box located in the front of the building or to mail your payment to: Town of Lyme P.O. Box 66 Chaumont, NY 13622
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!!
Fiscal Trouble Ahead for Our Communities and Schools From the office of State Comptroller Thomas Dinapoli
Local governments are under extreme fiscal pressure. Costs for fighting the pandemic are adding up while revenues are falling. My latest report looked at local governments and schools and how they pay for essential services and operations.
This week we examined New York’s 2020 Census response rate, and found that New York lags behind most other states in responding. We’re in real danger of being undercounted. The stakes are high and New York could lose funding for our local communities for education, housing and more. Our representation in Congress may also suffer. Check out our online tool that lets you track how your county and community are doing. Please take a few minutes and fill out your form today.