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Annual Audit of 2017 Books

Public Notice Town of New Lebanon County of Columbia State of New York   Please take notice that the Town Board of the Town of New Lebanon has scheduled the 2017 Annual Audit of the books for Wednesday, January 17th 2018 at 5:00pm to be held at the New Lebanon Town Hall, 14755 State Route 22, New Lebanon, NY, 12125.  The New Lebanon Town Board will meet to conduct the annual audit of the books of the Justice Court, the...

Saturday Swimming Lessons

The New Lebanon Continuing Ed is offering Saturday swimming lessons starting on January 6th.  Registration forms and payment is due by 12/20/17.  For more information, please check out the poster and registration form by clicking “read more” then clicking here.

From the Cemetery of the Evergreens

Information about Repair of the Tilden Monument   For more than two hundred years, the Cemetery of the Evergreens has provided beauty and dignity for families with loved ones buried there.  During that time, many trustees and volunteers have worked to maintain what we have come to expect in this beautiful final resting place.  This maintenance includes: lawn mowing; tree trimming and removal when necessary; road repair...

NL 200 Website up and running

NL200 is the name given to the year-long celebration of the 200th Anniversary of New Lebanon’s Incorporation.  The New Lebanon Town Board and Grow the Valley Inc. have formed a steering committee which includes the Town Historian, members of the Lebanon Valley Historical Society and other business and community development groups.  Check out the website for all the amazing events we have planned and be sure to mark...

The Natural Resource Conservation Plan is complete...

The Conservation Advisory Council has completed the Natural Resource Conservation Plan for the Town of New Lebanon 2017.  It can be viewed here. Copies are available for sale in the Town Clerk’s office for $25 each.  A huge thank you to all of our CAC members, Gretchen Stevens of Hudsonia and all the landowners who allowed the CAC to verify natural resources that had been identified...

HEAP Applications open Nov. 13

Home Energy Assistance Program HEAP is a federally funded program to help low income households meet their immediate home energy expenses. HEAP benefits are based on income, household size and energy costs. Regular benefits are available to households paying separately for heat. If you received a regular benefit last year and are over 60 years old you should have already received your application. If you are receiving food...