Town Hall & Administrative Offices
14317 West Barre Road
Albion, NY 14411
General Board Meetings
2nd Wednesday of every month @ 7 pm.
There will be no further Workshop Meetings
Planning Board Meeting
2nd Monday of every month @ 6:30 pm
Zoning Board Meeting
Meets as needed
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Thursday of the month at 6 pm
For additional information
Call 585-589-5100 ext. 14 after 4 pm on Court nights
A special meeting of the Town Board has been called for November 7th following the public hearing. The purpose of the meeting is to vote on the budget, vote on a couple of vouchers for Water District 8, and appointing a new Town Justice.
The Planning Board will be having a public hearing on November 12th for a Site Plan Review and Special Use Permit for property located at 4627 Oak Orchard Road pursuant of 350-24 D (9).
The Planning Board at the request of the town board is in the process of developing a solar law policy. If you have any comments/questions, please contact any of the following Planning Board members; Tom Keeler, Wes Miller, Jean Peglow, John Depatie, Kurk Dudley, Kirk Mathes or Steve Harling. Please click on the link to see what has been developed so far. Solar Law in progress
Heritage Wind’s final proposal for wind energy modifications: Proposed Amendments to Barre Wind Law
The Zoning Board of Appeals will be meeting on November 12th at 7 pm.
The Town Board will be having a public hearing for the proposed 2019 budget on November 7th at 6:30 pm.
The Barre Betterment Committee will be meeting on November 20th at 7 pm. The location will be 4759 Oak Orchard Road. Please call Sean Pogue, Supervisor or Kelly Dudley, 585-746-1677 with any questions you may have.
“Know your Facts USA” is recording our Town Board meetings as well as informational gatherings and providing the recordings to the town. For those town residents that are unable to attend a meeting and wish to be informed please click on the link shown here: http://knowyourfactsusa.org/category/barre-townhall/
Water District 8 residents are now able to hook up to the water. The home owner may come in to the Town Clerk to sign up and obtain their water meter.
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– Getting neighbors together makes solar power easier to install, and more affordable than ever. Read more about “Solarize Orleans”.
– For those desiring genealogical information, please contact Hollis Canham of the County Genealogical Society. The Town Historian does not have such information.