Thursday Mar 6
Village and sanitary district to undergo joint study, board hires engineer for water line project
Montgomery County Sanitary District 1 Chairman James Post approached the Canajoharie Village Board during Tuesday's meeting to discuss a joint $38,000 grant awarded to the two agencies in Nov., 2013, aimed at funding an efficiency study that will take a detailed look at the current sanitary systems in Nelliston and Canajoharie.
Locals dress to impress at chamber Oscars Gala
On Sunday evening, as the 2014 Oscars played on a large television in the Old Palatine School, well-dressed locals shared conversation about their favorite films and dined on unique hors d'oeuvres created by five local chefs during the Canajoharie-Palatine Chamber of Commerce's first Oscars Gala.
Village board names GAVAC lead 911 responder
On Tuesday evening, the Canajoharie Village Board decided unanimously, minus absent trustees Jena Coppernoll and Stanley Smith, to name Greater Amsterdam Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
Sewer District board making pipeline repair plans
The June 28, 2013 Otsquago Creek flood caused far more than just visible damage in Fort Plain, compromising a buried sewer pipe connecting dozens of Fort Plain homes to the greater sewer network, Montgomery County Sanitary District Number 1. The Montgomery County Sanitary District Number 1 Board of Directors has hired McDonald Engineering to survey ... (more)
Village board discusses delinquent water bills
The St. Johnsville Village Board has scheduled a special, public meeting for Tuesday, March 4, at 6 p.m., to hold a budget workshop and discussion regarding delinquent water bills.
Fort Plain Class of 1973 holds 40th reunion
The reunion was held at the Elks Lodge in Nelliston where about 50 people attended.
Looking Back - 02/20/2014
The Burning of the Valleys Special Events Committee met at the Van Alstyne Homestead, Canajoharie, for the purpose of planning the 215th Anniversary commemoration of the Assembly of General James Clinton's Grand Brigade, to be held in Canajoharie.
Long-time Nelliston mayor resigns
During a special meeting called by the Nelliston Village Board Monday afternoon, long-time Mayor Donald Yerdon resigned, citing health problems.