Hydrant Flushing Rescheduled to Feb 27th, 2016
Due to below freezing temperatures in the forecast, the hydrant flushing that was scheduled for Feb 13th has been rescheduled to Feb 27th.
Complaints of Idling Trains
It is prohibited by Local Law 2-1990 for trains to idle within the Village limits for more than 30 minutes. Complaints of trains idling for prolonged periods of time should be directed to the Norfork Southern Railway. For a thorough investigation of the incident, the following facts must be presented at the time of the complaint.
- Date the train was idling in the Village.
- Time of day the train came into Village and left the Village if you know it. Otherwise, length of time you observed the train idling in Village
- Nearest Crossing Location –
- Main street # 250195D, Cole Road # 250074F
The phone number for idling trains is 1-800-453-2530
FORMAL COMPLAINTS – Superintendents Office – 1-717-541-2100
You can also call this emergency number for trains blocking the road, people climbing on the train, ATV activity on the access road…(and there is lots of that lately!) etc. Calling the State Police will trigger a call to Norfork Southern Emergency as well.. and State Police may be able to respond faster in certain situations.
Keep a list of all the dates and times you have called to complain about the train. This information can then be gathered by Mayor Gifford and sent to Federal & State agencies that may assist us in prohibiting the trains from idling in the Village.
The Notification of Presence of Wild Animals
Pursuant to General Municipal Law §209-cc, everyone who owns, possesses or harbors certain wild animals must report the location of the animal to the Village clerk on or before April 1 of each year.
The state fire administrator, in consultation with the Department of Environmental Conservation, has developed a list of the common names of wild animals to be reported:
USDA Rural Development office in Schoharie covers Albany, Delaware, Fulton, Greene, Montgomery, Otsego, Schenectady & Schoharie counties. Occasionally, they need contractors to service properties located within these counties.
Read More…. see notice page
Delanson Fire Company Purchases SCBAs
The Delanson Fire Company has purchased 10 self-contained breathing apparatuses to help replace outdated equipment. The devices, called self-contained breathing apparatuses, also called SCBAs are also equipped with distress signals to signal for help. The equipment’s total cost was $56,650, funds that Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara helped secure. “Thanks to this funding, the Delanson Fire Company was able to replace outdated equipment that is critical to the safety of the volunteer firefighters who protect and serve this community’s residents,” Assemblyman Santabarbara said.
Santabarbara has also announced a $10,000 grant to help equip the fire department battle wildfires.
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Email Notification System
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