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Minerva Town Hall

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Council change up in Minerva

At the June 19 town board meeting a correspondence was received by the board from councilman Robert Lee. The letter, read by Supervisor Steve McNally, was a request for the board to accept Lee’s resignation as councilman effective immediately.

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Minerva Lake lowered for dam inspection

Town officials here held an emergency meeting Saturday, Oct. 19 to authorize lowering the water level of Lake Minerva in order to inspect the dam.

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Minerva supervisor wins primary

Minerva Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey won the Democratic nod during the Tuesday, Sept. 10 primary in a re-election bid.

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Minerva planners approve Verizon cell tower application

Members of the Minerva Planning Board Aug. 7 unanimously approved Verizon’s application to construct a cell phone tower here on private property.

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Minerva Town Board mulls Finch land deal

In her May 2 report to the board, Minerva Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey noted that the Nature Conservancy has committed a $500,000 pool of funds to support local projects that help the five towns to develop opportunities resulting from the land purchase.

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Town of Minerva dealing with vandalism

During the Thursday, April 18 Minerva Town Board meeting, Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey discussed several recent instances of vandalism that the town has experienced.

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Minerva considers keeping share of sales tax

During their regularly scheduled meeting on April 4, Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey asked the Town Board to consider passing a resolution authorizing Minerva to request that its share of the sales tax collected by Essex County be returned to the town.

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Minerva board opposes SAFE Act gun law

During the March 7 regularly scheduled meeting, the Minerva Town Board passed a resolution asking the state to repeal the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act.

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Minerva board discusses Essex Chain of Lakes purchase

During their regular Minerva Town Board meeting on Thursday, Feb. 7, Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey informed the board that she and Councilman Dave LaBar had recently attended a meeting hosted by Lake Placid-based Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) Executive Director Jim McKenna and Adirondack Partnership Chair Bill Farber, who is also chairman of the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors.

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Minerva uses new command center for Hurricane Sandy

On Sunday Oct. 28, Minerva Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey met with the emergency preparedness community — the fire department, highway department and rescue squad — to discuss and review their emergency plans in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy.

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Minerva board pleased with generator

At the Oct. 4 Town Board meeting, Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey reported that the new generator for the Town Hall was working great.

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Minerva sees progress on Verizon cell tower project

Games of chance law on November ballot

Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey said she received paperwork from the FCC that Verizon had applied to them for a permit for the local cell tower project.

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Minerva Day to celebrate 25 years

The town of Minerva is putting together a celebration of local pride on Saturday, June 30 with the 25th annual Minerva Day.

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Minerva waits to sign real property tax memorandum

At the May 3 Town Board meeting, Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey asked the board to table signing a memorandum from the regional Real Property Tax Office.

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Still no word from Verizon with Minerva cell tower initiative

During the April 19 Minerva Town Board meeting, the status of the Verizon cell tower project was discussed.

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Town Board seeks to manage resources and reduce debt

Members of the Minerva Town Board considered various options for budgeting a road repair project during their March 1 meeting.

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