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Town Hall Closed: Day After Thanksgiving Day

25 Nov, 2022 — 26 Nov, 2022   
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Town Hall Closed: Day After Thanksgiving Day

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    25 Nov, 2022 — 26 Nov, 2022
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Town Hall Closed: Thanksgiving Day

24 Nov, 2022 — 25 Nov, 2022   
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Town Hall Closed: Thanksgiving Day

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    24 Nov, 2022 — 25 Nov, 2022
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Town Board Meeting

17 Nov, 2022 PM 7:00 — 17 Nov, 2022 PM 10:00   
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    17 Nov, 2022 PM 7:00 — 17 Nov, 2022 PM 10:00
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Town Hall Closed: Veterans Day

11 Nov, 2022 — 12 Nov, 2022   
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Town Hall Closed: Veterans Day

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    11 Nov, 2022 — 12 Nov, 2022
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Planning Board Meeting

09 Nov, 2022 PM 7:00 — 09 Nov, 2022 PM 8:00   
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Planning Board Meeting. Technical Review Immediately Following Planning Board Meeting as Needed.

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    09 Nov, 2022 PM 7:00 — 09 Nov, 2022 PM 8:00
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ZBA - Public Hearing - Stephanie Roper

02 Nov, 2022 PM 7:30 — 02 Nov, 2022 PM 8:00   
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TOWN OF CRAWFORD
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
121 Route 302
Pine Bush, NY


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Crawford will hold a
public hearing for variances for front yard and side yard setbacks for additions to an existing house at the
property located at 302 County Route 17, designated as 16-2-15.112 on the Tax Map of the Town of
Crawford in the “RA” Zoning District, owned Stephanie Roper. Said hearing will take place on
November 2, 2022, at 7:30 P.M. at 121 Route 302, Pine Bush, NY.


For the Zoning Board of Appeals
Bruce Schwope, Chairman
 

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    02 Nov, 2022 PM 7:30 — 02 Nov, 2022 PM 8:00
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ZBA - Public Hearing - Reform Church

02 Nov, 2022 PM 7:30 — 02 Nov, 2022 PM 8:00   
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TOWN OF CRAWFORD
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
121 Route 302
Pine Bush, NY


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Crawford will hold a
public hearing for a use variance for a church in an existing building at the property located at 2331 Route
17K, designated as 20-1-84.2 on the Tax Map of the Town of Crawford in the “I” Zoning District, owned
by DEMCO Corporation. Said hearing will take place on November 2, 2022, at 7:30 P.M. at 121 Route
302, Pine Bush, NY.


For the Zoning Board of Appeals
Bruce Schwope, Chairman
 

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    02 Nov, 2022 PM 7:30 — 02 Nov, 2022 PM 8:00
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Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

02 Nov, 2022 PM 7:30 — 02 Nov, 2022 PM 8:30   
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Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

 

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Crawford Press Releases

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Please find and view the most up to date news and information regarding the Town of Crawford listed below.

2022 October Water Main Flushing

 

Water Main Flushing Program

The 2022 Water Main Flushing Program:

Time flushing 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

October 24 – Holland, Kelly, Borden, and Church Street

October 25 – Edmunds, Cameron St, Boniface Dr., Blackhawk, and Ted

October 26 – Ted and all of Route 52

October 27 – Maple, Charles, Prospect, New and Center

October 28 – Hueg, Depot, Railroad and North St    

October 31 – Orchard, Shawangunk, Van Keuren, Finneran, Kerilee, Greising, Martin, Arthur, Gross, and Hardenburg

Please contact Water Department at 744-2515 with any questions or comments about 2022 flushing program.

More Information about Flushing

During the flushing program, most crews work between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

What is the Water Main (Hydrant) Flushing Program?

To improve water quality and minimize discoloration, water mains are comprehensively flushed by a technique known as Conventional flushing. The procedure is performed in warm-weather months and involves the systematic opening and closing of hydrants, one section of main at a time, to force the water through the pipes at high velocity, removing accumulated mineral sediment until the water is clear. The operation can take from a few minutes to over an hour, although most last about 30 minutes.

How Will Flushing Affect Water Service?

When flushing crews are working close to your residence or business, you may experience periods of very low pressure or even a complete stoppage of service. Flushing operations may also lead to discolored water, which can be drawn into homes and businesses if the water is being used during or immediately following the flushing. Such events should affect customers for a few hours at most. The discoloration is caused by iron (red color) or manganese (black color) particles being dislodged from the water main which can stain porcelain and laundry. If discoloration occurs, open the cold tap nearest the water meter—usually a basement sink—to full flow until the water runs clear. In some situations this may take 5 to 10 minutes. It is also advised that you make sure your water is clear before doing laundry or other projects for which discolored water could cause problems.

A precise schedule of flushing operations is difficult to determine more than a day or two in advance.  We ask for your patience and understanding during this critical main cleaning process.



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