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Complaints Made About Junkyards

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

The Board approved a resolution approving the Organizational Meeting minutes.

Several residents met with the Board to complain about a junkyard property owner stacking junk and vehicles on the property in violation of Town codes.

Town of Bridgewater Supervisor Dale DeKing said the property is not in compliance with the new Town law. Town Attorney Matt Fanelli advised the residents on the procedure to file grievances against the property.

Donald Thomas met with the Board to announce his intention to run for the Oneida County 16th Legislative District. Thomas said the County budget increased by $36 million this year and he's fighting to lower the County budget and decrease Real Property Taxes in Oneida County. He will be running in the Republican Primary.

Planning Board Chair Destiny Davis said the Planning Board received one walk-in at their February meeting. It was a representative for the Agency attempting to establish an Apartment Residence in the Town.

Davis said the representative was asked to meet with the Planning Board at their next meeting and provide an official site plan.

New York state Governor Kathy Hochul issued a law raising the Tax Exemption Cap for Senior Citizens for the first time in several years with information distributed to residents.

Jerry Parry reported there was an increase of water through the Water system. He said he found a…


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

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