SOMAC Presents to Hamilton Town Council

(Hamilton, NY -May 2013) Our April Hamilton Town Council meeting opened with public comments and information on the recent Earlville elections, with Mayor William Excel and trustees Moore and Hayes retaining their positions.

In addition to updates on roadwork around town, Highway Superintendent Bert Glazier reported on an increase in state Consolidated Highway Improvement Program […]

Hamilton Town Council Hears from PCD, Continues Budget Work

Submitted by Chris Rossi

(Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2012) Our Oct. 11 Hamilton Town Council meeting opened with news from Shannon Montaro from the Partnership for Community Development. The PCD is a unique non-profit organization created as a collaborative effort of the village and town of Hamilton and Colgate University. All three entities provide financial […]

Town of Hamilton Budget Workshop Rescheduled

(Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2012) The Oct. 16 budget workshop in the town of Hamilton has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 7 pm at the Town Office, 16 Broad St.

For more information about the Town, please visit the website at www.townofhamiltonny.org or call (315) 824-3380.

 

 

Town of Hamilton to Hold Oct. 16 Budget Workshop

(Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2012) The town of Hamilton will be holding its second 2013 Budget Workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7 pm at the Town Office, located at 16 Broad Street, Hamilton.

The meeting is open to the public and anyone who might be interested in running for the town board in the […]

Town of Hamilton Plans Budget Workshop

(Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2012) The town of Hamilton will hold its first 2013 budget workshop Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. at the Town Office, located at 16 Broad St., Hamilton. The meeting is open to the public, and anyone who might be interested in running for the town board in the future is […]

Town of Hamilton Budget Development Underway

Submitted by Chris Rossi

(Hamilton, NY – Sept. 2012) The Sept. 13 Hamilton Town Council meeting started with news of Barb Coger Day to be held Sept. 26 in the village of Hamilton. The Town Council thanks Barb for her work in making the Hamilton Library such a vibrant and welcoming place.

August highway work […]

This is a War, a Guerrilla War

 

Think Local

By Chris Hoffman

(Madison, Hamilton, NY – March 2012) On the evening of March 21, a large group of residents from the Towns of Madison and Hamilton and the Village of Hamilton met to discuss strategy for opposing the proposed Rolling Upland Hills Wind Farm (RUHWF). The speaker for the evening […]

Yet Another Corporate Invasion on the Horizon; Public Hearing in Madison is Feb. 16

Think Local

By Chris Hoffman

(Town of Madison, Hamilton, NY – Feb. 2012) If you live anywhere near the northern hills of Hamilton in the southeast section of the Town of Madison, you might want to pay attention. A proposed wind farm is poised for approval by the […]

Town of Hamilton Passes 2012 Budget

Submitted by Peter Darby

(Town of Hamilton, NY – Nov. 2011) Hamilton’s town council has been working hard on creating a responsible and sustainable 2012 budget. After the public hearing Nov. 9, it became clear the proposed plan, intended to get us back to a balanced budget in one leap, was not acceptable.

On Monday, […]

Hamilton Forum to host Town of Hamilton Candidates

(Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2011) The Hamilton Forum will host the Town of Hamilton Candidates on Thursday Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Hamilton Public Library.

The candidates for Town Supervisor are Scott Mills and Eve Ann Shwartz. The Town Council candidates are Kerry Dart, David Holcomb, Dominick Pangallo and Chris Rossi.

The format […]

Supports Democratic Slate

To the Editor:

(Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2011) On Nov. 8, the town of Hamilton will have the opportunity to elect a supervisor and two town councilors who would bring fresh perspectives and expertise to a town that has struggled to recover from inadequate reporting and misguided financial management.

Eve Ann Shwartz would bring to […]

Supports Mills for Hamilton Supervisor

To the Editor:

(Town of Hamilton, NY – Oct. 2011) It is my strong opinion that the town of Hamilton has to return to commonsense government. This requires leaders who follow fiscally responsible tax and spending policies and are accountable to the town residents.

The town is facing several key issues that will have a […]