Legal Notices

 

LEGAL NOTICE OF RESOLUTION FIXING TIME AND PLACE OF SPECIAL ELECTION ON PROPOSITION CLARENDON WATER DISTRICT NO. 13.

WHEREAS, at a special meeting duly held on February 21, 2018, the Town Board of the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York adopted a resolution described in the proposition hereinafter set forth establishing Town of Clarendon Water District No. 13, subject to mandatory referendum; and

WHEREAS, the Town desires to provide for the submission of a proposition to the owners of taxable real property situate in the proposed district; IT IS RESOLVED by the Town Board of the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York as follows:

Section 1: A special election shall be held in the Town of Clarendon on the 25th day of April, 2018 for the purpose of submitting to the owners of taxable real property situate in the proposed district the following:

Shall the owners of taxable real property situate in proposed Water District No. 13 in the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York approve the resolution adopted by the Town Board of said Town on the 21st  day of February, 2018 establishing  said  district at a maximum of cost of $2,400,000.00 which is planned to be offset by any funds received from the federal, state, county, and/or local grants including, but not limited to grant and/or loan funds from USDA Rural Development and the remainder of the project cost to be financed by the issuance of serial bonds.

Section 2: Said special election shall be held on April 25, 2018 at the Clarendon Town Hall, 16385 Church Street in said Town. The polls for such election shall be open continuously from 12:00 o’clock noon until 8:00 p.m. at which time the polls shall close. The vote upon the proposition hereinabove set forth shall be taken by ballot in the manner provided by law, including the following provisions.If more than one (1) person owns a parcel within the proposed district, each owner shall be entitled to vote, and, if any owner of such parcel is not already listed as an owner on the Town’s current assessment roll, upon presentation of adequate proof of ownership as of the date of filing of the Town’s current assessment roll (July 1, 2017) to the Assessor at least ten (10) days prior to the special election.  If any person, including a corporate entity, has an ownership interest in more than one (1) parcel within the proposed district, such person shall be entitled to only one (1) vote at the special election, regardless of the number of parcels owned.  Corporate entities (including corporations, limited liability companies and formally organized partnerships) shall be entitled to one (1) vote at the special election, provided that the person seeking to vote on behalf of such corporate entity presents to the Assessor, at least ten (10) days prior to the special election, legal proof of the valid existence of such entity as of the date of filing of the Town’s current assessment roll (July 1, 2017) in the form of a Certificate of Good Standing issued to a corporation, a limited liability company or a limited partnership by the New York Secretary of State within thirty days prior to such submission, or, in the case of a general partnership, documentation deemed adequate in the sole discretion of the Assessor, upon the advice of the Town Special Counsel, of the legal existence of such partnership on such date, and, in the case of all corporate entities, a resolution of such corporate entity or other documentation establishing the right of said person to vote on its behalf.

Any person(s), including a corporate entity, which has acquired a total ownership interest in any parcel within the proposed district since the filing of the current assessment roll by the Town Assessor, shall be entitled to vote as set forth herein provided that proof of such acquisition of ownership has been filed in the office of the Assessor at least ten (10) days prior to the special election. Any person or corporate entity who has acquired an ownership interest in any parcel within the proposed district as the result of the death of any person who previously held such ownership interest, as listed the current assessment roll by the Town Assessor, shall be entitled to vote in the same manner as such deceased person would have been entitled to vote upon presentation to the Assessor, at least ten (10) days prior to the special election, of legal proof of such ownership, either in the form of a Deed issued by the Executor or Administrator of the Estate of the deceased person and recorded in the Office of the Orleans County Clerk, or a copy of the Will of the deceased person which specifically demises such parcel to such person and proof of filing of the Will for probate with the Orleans County Surrogate’s Court. The Assessor shall provide a complete list of all such additions or changes to the list of eligible voters as shown on the current assessment roll to the election inspectors/ballot clerks before the opening of the polls, and the election inspectors/ballot clerks shall have no discretion to permit any other person not listed on the current assessment rolls (or any person listed on the current assessment rolls who no longer holds the interest so listed as a result of the additions or changes set forth in the Assessor’s list by the application of this Section) to vote in the special election.

Section 3: The Town Board shall designate the individuals authorized to act as election inspectors and ballot clerks and their rate of pay for such services at least thirty days prior to the date of the special election.

Section 4: The Town Clerk is hereby authorized and directed mail a notice of such special election to all owners of property within the proposed district within 10 days of the adoption of this Resolution and to give notice of said special election in the manner provided by law and to cause suitable ballots to be proposed for use at said election.

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LEGAL NOTICE OF RESOLUTION FIXING TIME AND PLACE OF SPECIAL ELECTION ON PROPOSITION CLARENDON WATER IMPROVEMENT BENEFIT AREA NO. 12

WHEREAS, at a regular meeting duly held on February 20, 2018, the Town Board of the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York adopted a resolution described in the proposition hereinafter set forth establishing Town of Clarendon Water Improvement Benefit Area No. 12, subject to mandatory referendum; and WHEREAS, the Town desires to provide for the submission of a proposition to the owners of taxable real property situate in the proposed benefit area; IT IS RESOLVED by the Town Board of the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York as follows:

Section 1: A special election shall be held in the Town of Clarendon on the 25th  day of April, 2018 for the purpose of submitting to the owners of taxable real property situate in the proposed benefit area the following:

Shall the owners of taxable real property situate in proposed Water Improvement Benefit Area No. 12 in the Town of Clarendon, Orleans County, New York approve the resolution adopted by the Town Board of said Town on the 20th  day of February, 2018 establishing  said  benefit area at a maximum  cost of $2,500,000.00 which is planned to be offset by any funds received from the federal, state, county, and/or local grants including, but not limited to grant and/or loan funds from USDA Rural Development and the remainder of the project cost to be financed by the issuance of serial bonds.

Section 2: Said special election shall be held on April 25, 2018 at the Clarendon Town Hall, 16385 Church Street in said Town. The polls for such election shall be open continuously from 12:00 o’clock noon until 8:00 p.m. at which time the polls shall close. The vote upon the proposition hereinabove set forth shall be taken by ballot in the manner provided by law, including the following provisions.

If more than one (1) person owns a parcel within the proposed benefit area, each owner shall be entitled to vote, and, if any owner of such parcel is not already listed as an owner on the Town’s current assessment roll,  upon presentation of adequate proof of ownership as of the date of filing of the Town’s current assessment roll (July 1, 2017) to the Assessor at least ten (10) days prior to the special election,.

If any person, including a corporate entity, has an ownership interest in more than one (1) parcel within the proposed benefit area, such person shall be entitled to only one (1) vote at the special election, regardless of the number of parcels owned. Corporate entities (including corporations, limited liability companies and formally organized partnerships) shall be entitled to one (1) vote at the special election, provided that the person seeking to vote on behalf of such corporate entity presents to the Assessor, at least ten (10) days prior to the special election, legal proof of the valid existence of such entity as of the date of filing of the Town’s current assessment roll (July 1, 2017) in the form of a Certificate of Good Standing issued to a corporation, a limited liability company or a limited partnership by the New York Secretary of State within thirty days prior to such submission, or, in the case of a general partnership, documentation deemed adequate in the sole discretion of the Assessor, upon the advice of the Town Special Counsel, of the legal existence of such partnership on such date, and, in the case of all corporate entities, a resolution of such corporate entity or other documentation establishing the right of said person to vote on its behalf. Any person(s), including a corporate entity, which has acquired a total ownership interest in any parcel within the proposed benefit area since the filing of the current assessment roll by the Town Assessor, shall be entitled to vote as set forth herein provided that proof of such acquisition of ownership has been filed in the office of the Assessor at least ten (10) days prior to the special election.

Any person or corporate entity who has acquired an ownership interest in any parcel within the proposed benefit area as the result of the death of any person who previously held such ownership interest, as listed the current assessment roll by the Town Assessor, shall be entitled to vote in the same manner as such deceased person would have been entitled to vote upon presentation to the Assessor, at least ten (10) days prior to the special election, of legal proof of such ownership, either in the form of a Deed issued by the Executor or Administrator of the Estate of the deceased person and recorded in the Office of the Orleans County Clerk, or a copy of the Will of the deceased person which specifically demises such parcel to such person and proof of filing of the Will for probate with the Orleans County Surrogate’s Court.

The Assessor shall provide a complete list of all such additions or changes to the list of eligible voters as shown on the current assessment roll to the election inspectors/ballot clerks before the opening of the polls, and the election inspectors/ballot clerks shall have no discretion to permit any other person not listed on the current assessment rolls (or any person listed on the current assessment rolls who no longer holds the interest so listed as a result of the additions or changes set forth in the Assessor’s list by the application of this Section) to vote in the special election.

Section 3: The Town Board shall designate the individuals authorized to act as election inspectors and ballot clerks and their rate of pay for such services at least thirty days prior to the date of the special election.

Section 4: The Town Clerk is hereby authorized and directed mail a notice of such special election to all owners of property within the proposed benefit area within 10 days of the adoption of this Resolution and to give notice of said special election in the manner provided by law and to cause suitable ballots to be proposed for use at said election.

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CLARENDON PUBLIC WATER CUSTOMERS be aware that delinquent water bills, together with penalty, shall become a lien against the real property upon which or in connection with which the water is used. Such a lien is prior and superior to any other lien or claim except the lien of an existing tax.  The Town Board shall include delinquent water charges, penalties and an additional $100 penalty in the annual tax levy and shall levy the same upon the real property in default in accordance with the Town Law. 

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ATTENTION CLARENDON RESIDENTS, The Planning Bord is seeking to fill one alternate Member Position. There are many issues that deserve someone who is willing to spend two nights a month on the things that affect Clarendon and its residents. The Planning Board deals with land regulations and the development of the town. The Planning Board meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month and requires the attendance of meetings and public hearings when possible. Responsibilities: To be up-to-date on the Zoning Ordinance, Sub-Division Rules, Master Plan and Town Law and the ability to render unbiased decisions on issuance of special permits, site plan and sub-division review pertaining to the Town of Clarendon. Attend meetings as often as possible or be up-to-date as to any issues that would require the alternates vote. Qualification: Ability to comprehend Town Law, Zoning Ordinance and Sub-Division rules, etc.; Considerable interest in the development of the town and willingness to work independently. Send written letter of application and/or resume to the Town of Clarendon;Attn: Planning Bord, PO Box 145, Clarendon, NY 14429. Applications my also be delivered in person.  If you have any questions regrading the position you my contact the Planning Board Secretary at 638-6371 ext. 104.

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CLARENDON RESIDENTS TAKE NOTICE that the Clarendon Zoning Bord is seeking to fill two positions. One position is for full member and the second is for an Alternate member. Please submit letter of interest with qualification to: Clarendon Zoning Bord Chairman, PO Box 145, Clarendon, NY 14429. If you would like to ask any questions regarding the position you my contact the Zoning Bord Secretary at 638-6371 ext. 104.

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BE ADVISED that for the year 2018 the Clarendon Town Bord has scheduled its Regular Monthly Meetings to be held on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00PM at the Town Hall, 16385 Church St., Clarendon Excepting for August which will be held at the Historical Society Museum Barn, 16426 Fourth Section Rod, Clarendon ALSO BE ADVISED that the Town’s Official Newspaper has been designated as Batavia Daily News (daily publication) and additional publication of most Legal Notices to be put in Suburban News.