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The Town of Cape Vincent, New York, is the only town in the United States where you can enjoy both the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario at the same time. Visit Tibbetts Point Lighthouse while viewing the most beautiful sunsets in New York State. You may even be fortunate enough to gaze at a ship using the St. Lawrence Seaway. Come and enjoy the beautiful parks for recreation, fishing, picnics and relaxation. Cape Vincent is like taking a step back in time. It is a small community that is a great place to raise a family and simply enjoy life.
Because of the Fourth of July holiday, the Zoning Board of Appeals will hold their monthly meeting on Tuesday July 5, 6pm, Recreation Park Building, James Street, Cape Vincent.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Cape Vincent shall hold a public hearing at the Cape Vincent Recreation Park on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, at 7:00pm with a special meeting to be held immediately thereafter. The purpose of the hearing is to consider the formation of a joint Town and Village fire district pursuant to the provisions of section 189-a of the Town Law and section 22-2210 of the Village Law. Full text of the Town Law is available at the Town Clerk’s Office and full text of the Village Law is available at the Village Clerk’s Office.
All persons wishing to be heard on this issue should be present at the date time and place aforestated or have submitted written comments in advance. Any persons requiring special accommodations to attend and participate in such Hearing shall notify the Town Clerk at least three (3) business days prior to the date and time of the public hearing.
Dated: June 18,2016 BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD
OF THE TOWN OF CAPE VINCENT
Michelle Bouchard, Town Clerk
BY ORDER OF THE VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Mary Rupp, Village Clerk
The Cape Vincent Fire Company, the Village of Cape Vincent and the Town of Cape Vincent boards are discussing forming a Fire District which will encompass all of the Town of Cape Vincent, including the Village. The Fire District will be managed by a five member Board of Fire Commissioners. Initially this Board will be appointed by the Joint Boards of the Town and Village. The initial terms of office will range from one to five years. The appointed Board will develop the initial budget and deliver it to the Town no later than Sept 27, 2016. In subsequent years, one Fire Commissioner will be elected by all registered voters in the Town of Cape Vincent in a special election for a five year term. The Fire Commissioners will be responsible to provide fire protection for this fire district.
2015 Annual Drinking Water Report may be found in the Documents, Miscellaneous section of the web site.