The Village of Philmont is accepting applications for a part time, temporary Public Works Department employee Duties include the necessity of a clean driver’s license, the ability to lift at least 50 lbs. on a regular basis and the ability to deal with the public in a courteous manner. Other duties may include but are … Read more
The Village of Philmont is looking to fill an open position on the Zoning Board of Appeals. The Zoning Board of Appeals meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 7pm at the Village Hall on months where there is business to conduct. If you’re interested in serving on the Zoning Board of Appeals, … Read more
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New York State Property Maintenance Code, zoning laws, and local laws of the Village of Philmont require properties to be maintained free of debris, furniture, junk, trash and weeds in excess of 10″. Property owners in violation of the Property Maintenance Code will be noticed and, upon non-compliance, will be issued violations, which can carry … Read more
MARCH 24, 2021 At the regular monthly workshop meeting of the Village of Philmont Board, held via video and teleconference, duly called and heldon the 24th day of March 2021, the following Resolution was proposed and seconded: Resolution by Mayor Speed, Motion made by Trustee Cropper and seconded by Trustee Gitterman. CREATION OF THE CLIMATE … Read more
With a community-supported plan in place, municipalities and private sector partners begin to realize the vision and goals of the BOA plan. Designated BOA communities are eligible to access State funding and assistance to jumpstart the redevelopment process. The Village of Philmont, continuing its project partnership with Philmont Beautification, Inc., received state funding in December … Read more
State Designation of a Brownfield Opportunity Area affirms a commitment made by the community and New York State to realize the vision and goals established during the planning process.
Brownfield redevelopment begins with a planning process that enables communities to articulate a clear vision as well as goals and strategies for redevelopment of brownfield sites and broader community revitalization.
We are the Columbia County Chapter of The Arc New York, the largest family-based provider of services to individuals experiencing disabilities in the United States. Every chapter focuses on meeting the needs of people with disabilities on a daily basis, whatever their income level, age, gender, race/ethnicity, or language. Coarc provides support to more than … Read more