Outdoor Dining Area In Clinton Will Be Back

The Village of Clinton Board met in-person Monday evening to discuss new business.


The Public Hearings for Local Law 2 - Excess of Tax Levy Limit, Local Law 3 - Amending Sewer Use Law, and the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Tentative Budget were opened. A special meeting is scheduled for March 15 at 6 p.m. in the Town of Kirkland Municipal Building to continue the public hearings.


There was a short discussion of allowing outdoor dining again this year and whether the pandemic will allow for it by April 1. The Board overwhelmingly supported the idea of reopening the dining area this year and planned to approve so at a future meeting.


The Board approved preliminary discussions on whether to lease use of the recently purchased water tank property to an apple orchard purveyor.


The Department of Public Works removed seven loads weighing 11.25 tons to Oneida/Herkimer Solid Waste. Two tires, two refrigerators and 12 Christmas trees were removed.


One load of .14 tons metal was recycled.


The Water Department pumped 13,389,556 gallons in February. Seventy-five gallons of chlorine and 313.5 pounds of fluoride were used.


The Clinton Fire Department answered 16 medical calls and 20 fire calls in February. One mutual aid call was answered to Deansboro.


The Wastewater Treatment Plant processed over 30.4 million gallons in February. Appraisals for painting the pipes in the system are being considered.

Permits are being sought to complete pipe inspections on Meadow Street, Kirkland Avenue and College Street.


The Climate Smart Committee Task Force met with the Board to discuss supporting the Green Bucket Pilot Program. The program would study…



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