Vacant buildings go on the books

Preventing and addressing fire hazards is another important element, because if a building catches ablaze then nearby residents or business owners could be affected. Being more aware of vacant buildings will help the town address concerns promptly.

In other news:

There will be a public hearing in Glenville on Wednesday, July, 21 at 7:30 p.m. on the proposed bill making portable storage containers not permitted on residential facilities associated with human service or social service offices.

There will be a public hearing in the Glenville Municipal Center on Wednesday, July, 21 at 7:30 p.m. to amend the "Code of Town of Glenville Fireworks and Pyrotechnics" which will allow residents to get a permit to have fireworks for special occasions.

The Glenville Town Board passed a resolution to enter a one-year-agreement with Kimberly Kranick of Happy Dog Pet Motel to house dogs picked up by dog patrol for a daily fee of $30 per dog. This is estimated to save the county around $7,000.

Copeland Coating Company, Inc.'s quote of $11,000 was accepted by the Glenville Town Board to repair and resurface tennis courts in Indian Meadows Park.""

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