The Durham Town Board will hold a regular town board meeting on April 20th at 7:30pm. The meeting will be virtual for the public through Microsoft Meets. You can join the meeting by clicking the link below or by calling in at the phone number below:
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+1 347-690-2503,,82689740# United States, New York City
Phone Conference ID: 826 897 40#
The agenda and meeting packets are here:
On Saturday, May 1st, from 9am to 3pm, we will be holding a clean up day. Please see this link for details:
If you would like to view the submitted paperwork from the Bosque proposed subdivsion on Strong Road and Cornwallville road, please visit this link:
There is also a Hydrologic Modeling packet that has too many pages to upload, but can be viewed at the town clerk's office by calling 518-239-6122 ext1.
We are looking for additional volunteers to participate with the Economic Development Working Group of Durham Connect which is focused on expanding business opportunities in Durham.
“Economic Development” sounds like a very big effort for our small town but it’s really looking at our community and working with our neighbors to help identify opportunities to improve the local economy.
Here are examples of projects the Eco Dev Working Group needs volunteers to help get off the ground:
- We have a number of artists and wood workers in Durham. We’d like to create a link to our Town website which would feature some information on our varied, talented and skilled neighbors.
- Within Durham and the surrounding areas, we strongly believe we have the ability to create a Farmers’ Market.
- Our Building Assessor, David Cunningham is helping us develop online information for those interested in opening a business in Durham or even simply renovating their home.
All of these projects demonstrate our local gifts, existing economic opportunities and present Durham as an accommodating place to do business and own a home.
So, if you are interested in working on just one of these projects or continued participation in the team as we develop more ideas, please phone or email our Town Clerk, Janet Partridge.
This past week the Town of Durham's first newsletter was mailed to property owners and residents. The communications committee, a sub committee of Durham Connect, published the newsletter as part of implementing key components of the Comprehensive Plan. If you haven't received a copy, a link is here for your enjoyment!
Dear Durham contacts,