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VILLAGE OF COBLESKILL RESIDENTS, BUSINESS OWNERS & VISITORS,
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Attention Visitors & Staff
In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have closed the village/town office to the public. Please call the office to see if we can help over the phone 518-234-3891
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VILLAGE OF COBLESKILL DEPUTY CLERK-TREASURER The position requires a variety of administrative work including accounts receivable, payroll processing, utility billing and other general office work. Position also entails general office work, word processing and filing in the Codes Enforcement Office. Minimum requirements include a High School Diploma or equivalent, skills in the operation of office equipment, Microsoft software for word processing and excel, the ability to communicate clearly with others and the willingness to learn. Hours of work approximately 35. Appointed annually. Rate of pay based on experience. Applications must be submitted by April 16, 2020. Find Applications online at: Mail or deliver County Applications to: Village of Cobleskill 378 Mineral Springs Road Suite 2 Cobleskill, NY 1204
VILLAGE OF COBLESKILL NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD PROPOSED LOCAL LAW NO. 2 OF 2020 Notice is hereby given that a public comment period will be held beginning April 1, 2020 and ending April 8, 2020, concerning the Village of Cobleskill Board of Trustees adoption of proposed Local Law No. 2 of 2020, entitled a Local Law Defining the Residency Requirements for Officers and Employees. The proposed local law if adopted will change the residency requirement of certain appointed officials from the Village of Cobleskill to Schoharie County or one of its six contiguous counties. All interested persons in the matter are encouraged to submit your comments in writing to the Village Clerk, 378 Mineral Springs Road, Suite 2, Cobleskill, NY, 12043 or email email@example.com. Comments must include the interested party’s name and address, and solely address the content of the proposed local law. Dated: April 1, 2020 Sheila Wilday, Village Clerk By Order of the Board of Trustees Village of Cobleskill
Village of Cobleskill residents,
As your mayor, I wanted to reach out to you in this unprecedented time of uncertainty. News of the Corona Virus, stats & updates as well as government executive orders seem to change hourly. It is important for everyone NOT to panic & please know that your local government is still here working for you. Although we have closed the doors to the village office to foot traffic, we are still here, ready and willing to help. Please refer to the village website for phone numbers and email addresses you may need. We will also try to post pertinent links that may further serve you and the needs of your family. There are valuable resources available to assist us through this difficult time. We are lucky to have dedicated village employees who wish to assure you that they are on the job. Although the public day to day routine has been altered, rest assured that everything is under control at the water treatment plant & waste water treatment plant, and our police officers are still on regular patrol.
Our community is devastated by the closure or reduction in hours forced upon many of our local businesses. Please know that myself, & all your loyal patrons care deeply for the individuals & families affected by this. I wish I had answers as to when this will all end or what assistance will be offered once this is over. I won’t pretend to have answers that simply do not exist at this time. What I do know is that we are stronger together and this too shall pass.
The closure of our schools poses an entirely different set of difficulties for families. Please refer to the Cobleskill-Richmondville official website for up to date announcements. For those in need of grab and go lunch & breakfast, details are on that page and I encourage anyone in need to please take advantage. That brings up another important issue. As parents & guardians, we are providers, protectors, and now teachers. As you all work to keep your children from falling behind or just plain busy, please know that it’s ok to feel overwhelmed. We are all human. Take a breath, take a break. Your mental health is vital to the success of getting through this troubling time. Please ask for help if you need it! There are resources that I will put on our website for you to access. You’re welcome to call my office or me directly @ 518- 231-0978 if you simply need to talk. You can be completely anonymous. I implore everyone to please be patient and kind to anyone you encounter. Call to check in on those you know might need to hear from someone. Refrain from visiting the older or compromised population. Continue to follow the health department protocols to help prevent the spread of Covid 19. Wash your hands religiously and disinfect common surfaces like remote controls, light switches, door handles etc. Although this is getting increasingly more difficult as we continue to stay cooped up, practice physical distancing. Try to stay physically active & encourage the same of the kids.
I also wish to express my disappointment for the CRCS students who have worked so hard at their after school activities only to have them cut short without any notice. My heart breaks especially for the seniors for what should be the best year of their lives. Again, we cannot predict how long school will remain closed. Rest assured this community will do its best to celebrate you when we are able to do so.
We are also saddened that SUNY Cobleskill has had to continue the spring semester remotely & on line. For the safety of all, students are moving out of the dorms thru this Wed. by appointment. The SUNY administration has done an unbelievable job organizing and coordinating this process. Please visit the official SUNY Cobleskill website should you wish to know further details.
In closing, remember that you are not alone. We will get through this difficult time together. Please be mindful of the seriousness of this situation. If we all exercise caution and follow recommended protocols I’m hopeful this situation can be remedied sooner than later. Please stay vigilant and safe everyone!
Rebecca Stanton-Terk, Mayor