Public Hearing for Bakery Grant
Notice of Public Hearing, Town of Lebanon NY Office of Community renewal Grant Program
A public hearing will be held on March 13, 2017 at 8:00 pm at the Town Office at 12110 Bradley Brook Rd Lebanon, NY to discuss the community and economic development needs of the Town of Lebanon and the Town's potential submission of an application to the New York State Office of Community Renewal for Community Development Block Grant funding to support the expansion of a bakery at 834 Musician Road , Earlville NY , More detailed information regarding the project will be presented at the hearing, the hearing facilities are handicapped accessible. written comments are invited and will be accepted until time of the hearing upon delivery to the Town Clerk's Office at 1210 Bradley Brook Rd Lebanon,NY
Joann L Collins Lebanon Town Clerk
Public Hearing- Local Law # 1- 2017
Notice of public Hearing Town of Lebanon, NY
Please take notice that the Town Board of the Town of Lebanon shall conduct a public hearing at 8:30 pm. on Monday, March 13, 2017, at the Town of Lebanon Office 1210 Bradley Brook Rd NY to consider passage of proposed Local Law # 1-2017 entitled "A Local Law to Amend Local Law # 1 of 2010 regarding the Licensing and control of Dogs in the Town of Lebanon"
this proposed amendment would add new provision to our existing law which would require owners to provide dogs with sufficient food and water, proper shelter and protection from the weather. Veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering, and with humane care and treatment. Copies of the proposed Local Law are available for public inspection at the Town Clerk's office.
Dated; February 13,2017 Joann L Collins Lebanon Town Clerk
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History of Lebanon
In the Gazetteer and Business Directory of Madison County, N. Y. Hamilton Child described the town of Lebanon thus:
It is the center town upon the south border of the County. Its surface is a hilly upland, lying between the Chenango and Otselic Rivers. The summits in the west part are 500 to 800 feet above the valley. The valley of the Chenango River, extending through the east part is about one mile, and is bordered by steep hillsides.
That picture must have been in the mind of General Erastus Cleveland when he brought before the state legislature the act to split off a portion of the town of Hamilton to create a new township on 6 February 1807. When asked for the new town's name, he cried out, alluding to the Bible, "Ah, as the cedars of Lebanon. The new town of Lebanon." The name pleased many of them who had trudged long miles from Lebanon, Connecticut, and they believed that the general had suggested the name as a tribute to them. The area was first settled in 1791 by Joshua Smith of Franklin, Connecticut. Colonel William S. Smith (no known relation to Joshua but his commanding officer during the Revolution), the son-in-law of John Adams, first vice president and second president of the United States, was interested in buying the land. Joshua sent the colonel a firsthand report. The colonel was impressed and purchased the 150,000 acres for $24,375, paying for it in three installments.
The colonel had nine brothers who settled in that part of the town which became Smith's Valley, near modern Randallsville. One of these brothers, Justus B. Smith, acted as the colonel's land agent, supervising the division of the land into lots and the sale of these lots to pioneers.