continued Also, Geraghty said that resurfacing of the town basketball courts off Sanford St. might be accomplished in several weeks. Stewart’s Shops has paid $1,000 toward the project, and the Adirondack Rural health Network has pledged $500 for the project in addition to the $2,500 they’ve already granted, officials said.
In other business, the town board:
•Accepted a letter of resignation from Louis Ackley, who is retiring after many years of service on the town Board of Assessment Review;
•Authorized an application for a $270,000 state historical preservation grant to restore the Floyd Bennett Memorial Bandstand;
• Were informed of a donation of $200 from the Warrensburg Masonic organization towards the upkeep of the Frederick H. Flynn Park;
• Heard that the first town concert at the bandstand for 2012 would be held at 7 p.m. July 11 with Hoddy Ovitt and the Warren County Ramblers performing their country music;
• Were informed that the Smoke Eaters’ Jamboree would be held July 27 and 28 — and since it was the festival’s 50th anniversary, a number of the traditional games at the community carnival would be offered again this year.
The next meeting of the Warrensburg Town Board is scheduled for 7 p.m. July 11.