In other actions, the town board approved Warren County's Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, which includes hazard analysis, mitigation options and incident response plans.
County Office of Emergency Services Deputy Director Amy Manney noted that having all municipalities in the county endorse the plan would boost availability of state grant money in case of a natural disaster.
Board member Deanne Rehm, noting the reference to "infestation" in the plan draft, suggested that beavers be specifically mentioned due to their ability to cause considerable flooding. Manning responded that Rehm's suggestion should be submitted for a future update.
Zumba in Bolton
The Bolton Recreation Center is sponsoring Zumba exercise at the Bolton Conservation Center. A free introductory class will be offered Tuesday, March 29 at 6:30 p.m. Bring friend and enjoy a beginner level Latin-inspired dance fitness class. Wear exercise clothes, sneakers and bring water.
Sophomores hold bottle drive
All in the Bolton area are urged to help support Bolton Central School's Class of 2013 in their upcoming endeavor.
The Sophomores of Bolton Central will be holding a bottle drive at the Bolton Firehouse on Saturday, April 2, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. They will gladly accept any refundable bottles and cans in this fundraiser - and don't forget the returnable water bottles!
Condolences to Waehner family
Real estate developer Glenn C. Waehner died on Monday, Feb. 14 in Fresno, Calif. He was 66 years old. Mr. Waehner founded Brook Hill Development and was the developer of Lagoon Manor in Bolton. He is survived by his wife Susan and two sons, Kevin and Greg. Mr. Waehner spent summers on the lake in Bolton most of his life.