Kirkland Gets Sales Tax Check

The Town of Kirkland received its latest sales tax payment from Oneida County recently.


Kirkland’s fourth quarter third installment was for $151,487. At last week’s short Town Board meeting, Councilman Garry Colarusso said the payment, which like others since a year ago has been coming late due to the pandemic, was good news for the Town.


The Board also agreed to sign another year’s agreement with Clinton Pet Vet for emergency medical treatment for cats and dogs picked up by the Town.


The annual resolution to establish the official town work day was approved; the information is used to calculate state and federal fees.


The request by the Clark Mills Fire Department for a fireworks display at dusk June 26 was approved. The fireworks show is part of the department’s Field Days that weekend.


In other Town matters last week, the Planning Board postponed a hearing on a proposed Solar Project on Kirkland Avenue. The hearing has been rescheduled for June.


At the hearing people can offer comments. A copy of the project is available for review at the Planning and Codes Office, 100 North Park Row, Lumbard Hall.



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