Hartsville Town Hall’s Covid-19 Message

March 17, 2020

HARTSVILLE, NY – From Hartsville Town Supervisor Woodworth:

Effective immediately : The Town Hall will be Closed to the public until at least April 12, 2020, when we will re-evaluate the guidance from officials at that time. All meetings and events are officially postponed, rescheduled dates will be posted at a later time. This includes: Computer Classes, Rabies Clinic, Old Home Day/ Clean Up Day/Court.

The Town Clerk and Supervisor will maintain the day to day needs of the town as well as mail, email and voice messages. If you need assistance or have questions please feel free to call the office anytime and we will get back to you as soon as possible. AS per Gov. Cuomo’s order, if meetings are needed we will comply with the executive order dated 3/7/2020.” Gov. Cuomo suspends Open Meetings Law to allow for public bodies to hold meetings without public attendance, authorizes meetings to be held via conference call or some other method, provided public has ability to view/listen and meetings are recorded and later transcribed.”
Tax Collection will continue by check or money order by mail ONLY. Cash will NOT be accepted until further notice. Tax Receipts will only be accepted until 3/31/2020 and those postmarked prior to 4/1/2020 ONLY.
Highway Department will continue to operate during normal business hours until further notice.
Town Justice Court is currently scheduled to resume court dates after April 30,2020.

The Town of Hartsville will provide assistance to all residence as much as possible. Please check our website for periodic updates. www.townofhartsville.com
The Town of Hartsville suggests that any and all group meetings, conferences, gatherings, and events be postponed until further notice given the current national emergency. The aim is to reduce the spread of any COVID-19 exposure and avoid impacting and overwhelming our healthcare systems resources to the highest extent. Please visit the Governor’s website. https://www.governor.ny.gov/news Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website to learn how to protect yourself and others. https://www.cdc.gov/