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UPDATE: AS OF 810/20 11:00 am BOIL WATER ADVISORY HAS BEEN LIFTED for the intersection of Sycamore and Legion heading west to North St, the intersection of Lark and North St heading north to the intersection of Prospect St and North St.
Village of Cobleskill Residents, Business Owners & Visitors:
Please note that the Village of Cobleskill does not conduct business on social media. Furthermore, the municipality does not have an official Facebook page. For accurate information please call or email our offices.
VILLAGE POOL OPENING IS JULY 1, 2020
-Masks must be worn entering into the pool area
-Patrons must social distance in & out of the pool (no masks in the water)
-People not living in the same household may not share social distance areas
-Maximum stay is 1 hour
-Maximum number of patrons will be 30 unless all available social areas are in use
-Pool toys and goggles will NOT be lent out
-Only one person at a time will be allowed in restrooms
-Changing areas & showers will NOT be available for use
-As per Red Cross guidelines, an additional lifeguard may be on duty to ensure that patrons social distance in & out of the pool
-Those not adhering to the rules will be asked to leave
**This season's prices & guidelines are posted at the Village Pool. For more information contact Julie Mullaney at or call 518-231-1955 Those who have purchased this season's pool passes in advance who wish to receive a refund should contact the village office.
Summer Tennis Camp Monday-Friday July 1- August 14 @ 9:30-11:00 am at the Golding Tennis Courts. Kids of all ages FREE, no experience necessary, rackets available, all Covid Guidlines will be followed.
Call Mike @ 518-380-4272 for more information
Summer Rec. Program starts Monday at the Golding Youth Center (Teen Town) July 6-August 13 (Monday-Thursdays)
Ages 6-12 9:00am -Noon
Ages 13-16 Noon-2:00pm
Covid 19 Guidelines will be Followed
For more information contact James Gravina @ 518-419-1790 or
Attention Visitors & Staff
Re-Open Safely Plan
The Village/Town Offices will be re-opening to the public on June 1st, 2020. We still encourage you to use the outside drop box, phone or internet to conduct business. If you do enter the building, you must wear a mask, sanitize your hands, sign in as well as out, and maintain 6 feet of physical distance between individuals. The village buildings will be sanitized daily. Staff reserves the right to limit the number of people in any space to maintain appropriate physical distance. There is to be no loitering.
ATTENTION VILLAGE RESIDENTS: Construction of the new water main will begin Monday April 20-August on certain streets within the village. (South Grand St, Veterans Dr, High St, Pine St, Quarry St, & part of Ridgewood) You may experience a temporary water shut off, temporary water discoloration and road closures as the work continues. The crews will be working as quickly and efficiently as possible to complete the job. Protocols will be followed due to the Corona Virus Pandemic as we proceed with the necessary infrastructure replacement that was previously scheduled.
PLEASE FILL OUT YOUR 2020 CENSUS. IT MATTERS...
Responding to the census helps determine $675 billion in local funding. Filling it out on line only takes about 10 minutes and it's easier than responding to a census worker knocking on your door. Make sure you are counting babies and any child (where the child sleeps most of the time).
REMINDER: Please be kind to the public sewer system. Feminine hygiene products, paper towels and wipes can cause back-up issues. Please throw those products into the trash. Think before you flush.
NOTICE: There will be no further curbside leaf pick up in the village until fall. Village residents may take lawn clippings and brush to the sewer plant during regular business hours.
***ATTENTION BUSINESSES WHO ARE RE-OPENING: YOU MUST HAVE A FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY CHECKLIST INSPECTION PRIOR TO RE-OPENING, TO BE PERFORMED BY THE LOCAL CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. VILLAGE OF COBLESKILL CEO MIKE PICCOLO 518-234-4661
SEEC Resiliency Fund Applications Available NOW:
SEEC is pleased to announce a $75,000 Resiliency Fund to help the Schoharie County business community. A press release is attached to this email, as well as a write up from last week's Times Journal.
Businesses can apply for a grant, up to $2,500 or a loan/grant combination, up to $5,000 (0% interest, 6 month grace period and 36 month repayment period; timely payments on the loan portion result in the remaining $2,500 being forgiven).
Locally Sourced PPE & Other Reopening Supplies:
SEEC's "SchoCo Forward: Business Reopening/Recovery Task Force" has come up with a list of local businesses with available stock of PPE and other reopening supplies for purchase (signage, banners, plexiglass, sanitizer, floor stickers, etc). The list will be updated, as stock and availability change. Please let us know if you have a business in your municipality that should be listed. We've also created a one-sheet/poster (attached) with easy to use QR codes (scan the code on your phone and it takes you right to the database).
Safety & PPE Procurement & Reopening Supplies Excel Sheet:
Photos of Available Products:
Please share this information on whatever platforms you typically use to communicate with your constituents.
Let us know if you have community-specific needs that SEEC might be able to assist with. We stand by as an ally for the entire County, as we help the business community work through the reopening phases of the NY Forward plan and look ahead to the recovery phase, to ensure the sustainability of our community.
All the best,