Marshall Town Hall
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GREEN WASTE PICK UP
The Town of Marshall will be picking up green waste, outside the Village of Waterville, the last Monday of each month, April through October. Leaves, grass and flower clippings must be put in biodegradable bags. Residents who have green waste to be picked up should call the Town of Marshall Highway Garage at 841-8051 or 794-3852 and leave a message including your name and road you live on. If you have a tree or hedgerow removed, it is your responsibility to clean it up. No stumps or logs will be picked up, no exceptions.
Due to Memorial Day, green waste pick up will be Tuesday 5/31, instead of Monday 5/30.
Tax Rolls and Tentative Assessment
Click on the link below to view the 2016 Tentative Assessment Roll for the Town of Marshall
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Town of Marshall anticipates submitting an application to the New York State Office of Community Renewal for funding under the federal Small Cities Community Development Program.
A public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, July 12 at 7:00 pm at the Town Hall, 2651 State Route 12B, Deansboro, NY. The meeting venue is handicapped accessible for those needing such assistance. Any other persons or groups needing special accommodations should contact the Town at least one week prior to the scheduled meeting. The public is urged to attend this public hearing to provide input into the application process, the proposed use of Community Development funds, and to express their views or pose questions with respect to the Community Development Program. Comments may be verbal or written. Information with respect to the hearing may be obtained by calling the Town’s Community Development Consultant, Thoma Development Consultants, at (607) 753-1433.
The existing Community Development Grants and related programs are funded under Title I of the Housing and Community Act of 1974, as amended. Fiscal Year 2014 funds for which the Town is applying for will be provided by the federal government, pursuant to Title I to New York State for award and administration. The public hearings are held pursuant to Section 570.486 Subpart I of the federal Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program regulations and/or any similar State regulations that may govern the State’s Community Development Program.