February 29, 2012
Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava
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It doesn’t matter what you have done in the past, Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants more when it comes to municipalities working together.
Within spitting distance of this town’s water treatment plant at the edge of Bartlett Pond is a sprawling half-acre abandoned eyesore that the supervisor of this rural town says is a threat to public health.
The biggest voice advocating a “vehicle tax” changed his tune during the July 1 Essex County Supervisors monthly meeting, putting the brakes on an additional registration fee.
Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava wants to have more power when it comes to knowing what Social Services monies are going to.
A sub-committee of five will start to take a deeper look at three potential buyers of the Horace Nye Nursing Home.
A little more than two decades ago, there was a groundswell of support in Essex County for switching from an 18-member board of supervisors to a five- or seven-member board of legislators.