Hornellsville Town News

          Dan Broughton & Jim Gigilio

February 11, 2020

ARKPORT, NY – The new ATV law passed last month allowing the use of ATV’s on specified town roads for trail access is still on hold according to the board. Town Supervisor Dan Broughton said the law cannot officially go into effect until they get approval back from Albany.

Planning Board Head Joe Dick reported that discussions are underway for an individual to purchase property for a storage building located on N. Main St. and Glenn Ave. Dick said the building will be used to store electronic equipment among other things.

Supervisor Dan Broughton reported that the town has $773,776 reserves in their account as of the 1st of February.

The Town Clerk reported that $4995 in building permits, $30 in Death Certificates, and $127 in Dog Licenses were sold last month.

The following appointments/reappointments were made:
Jim Giglio as Deputy Town Supervisor.
Ed Fliatz to the Board of Assessment Review for a term starting 10-1-2019 an expiring 9-30-2024.
Jessica LaFrance appointed Registrar of Vital Statistics, Records Access Officer, and Agent for Parking Permits for a term starting 1-1-2020 and ending 12-31-2023.
Dan Broughton and Jason Emo appointed to Compliance Officers starting 1-1-2020 and ending 12-31-2023