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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.
Town of Cape Vincent Town Board Meeting
April 19, 2018 – Town Office Building 6:15pm
Open Public Hearing regarding Local Law #1-changing Assessor pay from salary to hourly
Close Public Hearing
Open Meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance
Privilege of the floor
Accept minutes of the meetings of March 15 and April 5, 2018
Water & Rec Park – Keith Brass
Highway – Superintendent Bill Pond
Finances – Supervisor Bender
Machinery Committee – Councilman Mason, Aubertine
DANC – Councilmen Mason/Aubertine
Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan – Councilmen Mason
Youth Commission – Councilman Wiley
T.I. School Board – Councilman Wiley
Local Development Committee – Councilman Aubertine
Town Clerk’s Audit
Bids on Fuel System upgrade
Resolution #26 – Local Law #1 – of 2018 Assessor pay from Salary to Hourly
Resolution #27 – Authorizing Town Supervisor to sign the Municipal Agreement between the towns of Lyme, Clayton and Brownville for shared dog control
Resolution #28 – Authorizing Town Supervisor to transfer funds for budget amendments
Resolution #29 – Appointment of Attorney & Authorize Supervisor to sign paperwork of same
Resolution #30 – Authorize the Town Supervisor to sign the shelter contract with Dan Moyer
Approval of Vouchers
Privilege of the Floor
This is a notice that the Town of Cape Vincent will be conducting a dog enumeration during the months of April and May. The Town’s Dog Control Officer and her Deputy will be going door to door doing the enumeration and issuing notices for all unlicensed dogs instructing the dog owner to come to the Town Clerks office to license their pet. There will be a $30.00 enumeration fee, along with the standard license fees of $15.00 for spayed/neutered dogs and $25.00 for dogs that are not spayed/neutered.
Dog licenses are issued at the Town Clerk’s Office. To license your dog you will need a current rabies vaccination certificate and a spay/neuter certificate.
For questions please call the Dog Control Officer, Amy Funk at 315 755-8226 or the Town Clerk’s Office at 315 654-3660.