Rules, Hours Set At Transfer Station In Town of Kirkland

The Town of Kirkland Board met in-person Monday, April 12 to discuss new business.


A budget amendment transferring funds from the Economic Development trust to place a Payment In Lieu Of Taxes agreement with Indium was approved. The four transfers were for $5,194.90, $1,659.56, $1,531.90, and $19,571.45.

The Spring Street pump station has a new electrical box and pump cover.


The discussion on the Fourth of July Fireworks and Parade celebration led to the Board deciding to cancel the parade but still launch fireworks.


The request for the Kirkland Art Center's 5k was approved for June 5 at 8:30 a.m.


The Transfer Station is scheduled to be open from May 15 to Oct. 23 on Saturdays (except for holidays) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is for Town of Kirkland residents who do not live in the Village of Clinton.


Items accepted include metal appliances, electronics, hard will, household items that are not recyclable, batteries, tires, construction materials and bulky rigid plastics.


Paints, chemicals, household garbage, and recyclable materials are not accepted.


Costs for items: car tires, $2.50; truck tires, $15; tractor tires, $25; large tractor tires, $75; appliances, $20; electronics, $10. Cash or check only accepted.


An anonymous letter was sent to the Board, but Town Supervisor Bob Meelan said he wouldn't read it because it was anonymous.


Bidding for the Clinton Arena floor and roof project is underway. There are plans for an electrical vehicle charging station to be installed at the Arena.



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