Tuesday, July 07, 2009
Saturday, June 14, 2008
Thursday, June 05, 2008
June 7th is National Trails Day. The Hurley Rail Trail Committee has invited local clubs and non-profits to highlight healthy lifestyles, nature, local heritage, or other trail-related interests in an information booth or provide instructions or demonstrations for the public along the trail from 10 am to 2 pm. The Hurley Rail Trail which parallels Route 209 and connects with the Stone Ridge trail, is part of the D&H Heritage Corridor along the former O&W Railroad. Current Trail Day activities include a family scavenger hunt, an opportunity to talk with berm-tenders about the plants on their berms, exhibits from the Forsyth Zoo, John Burroughs Society, and other groups. Meet the folks who keep the berms neat! The first 50 trail users will be given a collectible Hurley Trail Mixer button!
Monday, May 19, 2008
Dear Citizens of Hurley: Please remember to go and vote tomorrow at the West Hurley School between 2pm and 9pm. There is a budget vote and four seats up for election on The Onteora School Board. It is important that you make your opinion heard. Thank you.
Thursday, January 24, 2008
In 2007, C. T. Male Associates P.C. was hired by the Town of Hurley to perform a water service feasibility study for the Hamlet of West Hurley. The completed study has now been posted on the website. You can now read the results and view the maps by clicking on Water District Study
Posted by Doris at 1/24/2008 02:16:00 PM
Saturday, January 12, 2008
Saturday, December 01, 2007
- Public Hearing on Historic Preservation Law Monday, Dec. 3rd, 6 pm, Town Hall. The proposed law is posted on the Town website. Read it, show up, voice your opinion.
- The Town Board passed a revised 2008 budget on Nov. 26th. The PDFs of the budget are on the Town website
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