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Welcome to the Town of Glenville - a town of good neighbors.

Incorporated in 1821, Glenville (which includes the Village of Scotia) has grown to be a town of 50 square miles and nearly 30,000 residents. We’re proud of our town’s assets -- stellar parks, a vibrant and growing business community, and wonderful neighborhoods.   

I hope that you enjoy searching our web site and you find it helpful and user friendly.  As always, our staff is ready to assist you at Town Hall and can be reached at 688-1200.  Or, simply stop by for personal attention.

11192010_105205_0.jpgWe’re here to deliver the best possible service to you, so please feel free to contact me regarding any matter at 688-1202, 470-5635 (c) or at [ mailto:ckoetzle@townofglenville.org ]ckoetzle@townofglenville.org.  I look forward to hearing from you.   

Best wishes,

Chris Koetzle, Supervisor, Town of Glenville






Rexford Bridge Construction Update – September 12, 2016

 
IMPORTANT NOTICE:

A new traffic pattern is tentatively planned to go into effect for the Rexford Bridge project next weekend, Saturday, September 17. The traffic signal on Route 146/Balltown Road at Aqueduct Road and Williams Street will be replaced with a one-lane roundabout. When the new four-lane Rexford Bridge opens in 2017, the roundabout will be restriped to have two travel lanes. For now, however, barrels will be in place to restrict vehicles to one lane through the roundabout because the existing Rexford Bridge only has two travel lanes, one in each direction. Motorists are advised to exercise caution and pay attention to posted signs while driving through the roundabout as they adjust to the new traffic pattern.

Roadway work:

North of the bridge, the construction crew began reconstruction of a small streambed that runs along the west side of Route 146 to the Mohawk River and placed a new concrete gutter along the east side of Route 146. Throughout the project area utilities were relocated and drainage structure and pipes were installed. Excavation for widening on both the east and west sides of Route 146, north of the bridge, is underway to allow for the installation of new culverts under the road and new pavement for the multi-use path. Despite the dry weather, new grass has taken root on the steep slope – a sign that construction of that part of the project is nearing the end.

Bridge Work:

Great progress has been made building the three Mohawk River piers and two on- land abutments that will support the bridge. Both the south and north bridge abutments have been completed. The cofferdams for all three river piers have been installed.   The inside of the Pier 1 (southern pier) cofferdam is being excavated down to bedrock.   At Pier 2 (middle pier), the concrete footing has been placed and rebar and forms are being installed for the concrete pier stem.   The Installation of drilled shaft foundations for Pier 3 (northern pier) is underway.

Upcoming work:

In the next few weeks the construction crews will:

Continue installation of drainage structures and pipes.
Install additional curb and sidewalk.
Continue work on all three piers in the river.
Pave base course asphalt on widened section of Route 146 north of the bridge
Eliminate the signal and open the Roundabout at Balltown and Aqueduct. The roundabout will be temporarily one-lane until the bridge is complete next summer.

 





TOWN OF GLENVILLE
2017 TENTATIVE BUDGET


Supervisor Chris Koetzle submitted his 2017 Tentative Budget today. The conservative spending plan once again stays within the state imposed real property tax cap limit.  The Town of Glenville has stayed under the tax cap every year since it was implemented.   The attached slides provides an overview of the town’s fiscal matters and the budget link provides a memo that summarizes the key points of the plan.  The Town Board has until October 19th to offer amendments and the final plan must be adopted by November 16th.  A public hearing will be held on November 2nd.      







Town’s Budget Forum Set for September 21st

Supervisor Chris Koetzle and the Glenville Town Board will host the 2016 Budget Forum on Wednesday, September 21st at the Glenville Town Hall. The forum will include a formal presentation of budget issues that are currently facing the Town with a question and answer period. This forum is part of the Town’s annual budgeting process and is designed to engage residents in the process. The Supervisor will present financial trends, fund balance analysis, potential levy impacts and a discussion on the mandated tax cap, among other issues. The presentation will begin at 7 PM and is part of the Town Board’s normally scheduled Board meeting.

Additionally, this year the Efficiency in Government (EIG) Committee will be hosting a roundtable discussion on budget issues with Supervisor Koetzle on Thursday, September 29th at 7 pm.  This will offer residents an additional opportunity to have an informal discussion on budget issues facing the Town and the fiscal outlook for 2017 and beyond.  If you’re interested in attending this roundtable, please email [ mailto:ckoetzle@townofglenville.or ]ckoetzle@townofglenville.org





Anderson Park - Grand Opening - Thank You

The Town of Glenville would like to thank everyone who made the Andersen Park Grand Opening a huge success.  Your hard work and participation was very much appreciated.  Thank you to the following organizations and businesses.

John Kulak & Kulak Landscaping - (for making the park beautiful
Animal Protective Foundation - (volunteers/trainers)
Glenville Veterinary Clinic
Pet Supplies Plus
Checkerhills Farm
Country Acres
Rocket's Canine Cookies
Canine Wellness Massage
Wag Townn Grooming
Kristen Simonds - (custom dog tags and treats)
Hagen's Hilltop Kennel
Waga-Tail Grooming
Pet Sitting by Debbie
Mountain Rottie Rescue of New York
Tanya Bissaillon Photography - (for all the beautiful pictures taken throughout the morning)

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Thank you for choosing the Town of Glenville for your place of business!












Town of Glenville
Comprehensive Plan
Public Information Meetings

The Town of Glenville will be holding five public information meetings in October to gather feedback on the Town’s new draft Comprehensive Plan.  Town Supervisor Chris Koetzle and Councilman James Martin will provide a brief overview of the draft Plan and summarize some of the key initiatives of the Plan.  The meeting will then be opened up to the floor for questions, comments and suggestions.  Listed below please find the dates and locations for these meetings.  All meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m.

October 6               Mekeel Christian Academy
October 11              Alplaus Firehouse
October 18              West Glenville Firehouse
October 26              Town Municipal Center
October 27              Glenville Senior Center




Link to draft of Comprehensive Plan below:














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