Sewer district formally extended
The Town Board voted unanimously Dec. 9 to extend the Warrensburg Sewer District to include Third and Fourth Avenues, Thomson St. and Library Avenue Extension. after a public hearing was held on the proposition.
Town Supervisor Kevin Geraghty said pipes are already installed along Thompson Street, Sanford to Elm Street and up Raymond Lane.
Residents along these streets will see sewer taxes now listed on their tax bills in February related to these district extensions. The board's vote Dec. 9 to approve the extensions is subject to a permissive referendum, which allows anyone challenging the vote to circulate petitions against the action and submit them within 30 days to force a public vote.
Citizen sought for county Planning Board
Geraghty announced that a vacancy now exists for a local representative on the Warren County Planning Board. Anyone interested in serving as the Town of Warrensburg's voice on the planning board should contact Geraghty at 623-9511.
Bicycling group seeks local representation
A county-wide committee, advocating to develop bicycling trails and biking events, is seeking a representative from Warrensburg, Town Supervisor Geraghty announced at the Dec. 9 meeting. The group has met twice since its formation, and its goals include extending bicycle paths, particularly in the northern area of the county - an initiative Geraghty said he supports.
Lloyd Mott of Queensbury is chairing this regional committee. Those who have ideas on extending or enhancing the bicycle paths or launching bike events in Warren County are urged to attend the group's meetings or contact Mott at 796-2397. Those seeking to serve on the committee as Warrensburg's representative, call Geraghty at 623-9511.
Museum creating stock car racing exhibit
The Warrensburgh Museum of local history is seeking personal memories, movies and memorabilia from the stock car races held in the 1950s and 1960s in Warrensburg at Ashland Park. This plot, host of the historic fairgrounds, was southwest of Hudson Street between Woodward and lake Avenues, an area that was converted later into a residential development.