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Bridgewater Board Keeps Pushing For Codes Repairs

The Town of Bridgewater Board met Thursday evening to discuss new business.

Town Assessor Patricia Terns said she filed the final assessment review with Oneida County.

Pat Baron reported he updated and sent a set of case photos for a judicial date in June. There was a discussion about some work required on properties and some new codes violations.

Jerry Parry reported water levels are stabilizing.

Destiny Davis reported residents met with the Planning Board to discuss new developing property. A hearing is at 6 p.m., June 20 for smaller properties, followed by the regular meeting 7 p.m.

There was a discussion about whether the pursuance of a property case was in the Town's best interests. Davis said a final decision on the case would be made in July.

Jim Southworth gave copies of the Ditching and Mowing Agreement to Board members. Town Supervisor Dale DeKing said the Board would need to post an ad requesting fuel bids for six months.

Tom Meininger met with Southworth to build a bid for a cold-storage pole barn. Meininger went through how the Town wants the barn built.

DeKing asked the Board to consider alternate heating sources for the Town Municipal Building.

The Board approved a resolution to bid for the construction of the cold-storage pole barn.

Town Attorney Matt Fanelli said one smaller junkyard was fined. "I'm recommending Mr. Baron re-cite the property with increasing fines until the problem is alleviated," Fanelli said.

Fanelli went through a list of properties in violation that either reached compliance or not.

DeKing said the Town would be able to get started on some projects with money given by the County.

The Board approved a resolution to approve the Oneida County Mowing and Ditching Agreement.

The Bridgewater Fire Department answered…


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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