Posted Dec. 2, 2021 For immediate release
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Monroe County Department of Public Health Warns of Potential Exposure to COVID-19 at Hamlin Hornets Banquet
The Monroe County Department of Public Health is alerting individuals who attended the Hamlin Hornets Banquet on Saturday, Nov. 27th, at Brockport Elks Lodge, 4400 Sweden Walker Rd in Brockport, of a possible exposure to COVID-19.
Several of the approximately 200 individuals in attendance Saturday between 6 p.m. and midnight have tested positive for COVID-19, and others may have come into close contact to these individuals.
Attendees experiencing COVID-like symptoms, regardless of vaccination status, and all unvaccinated attendees should immediately self-quarantine and contact MCDPH at (585)753-5555.
In general, the Monroe County Department of Public Health does not comment on potential or confirmed cases of COVID-19 concerning specific individuals, businesses or institutions unless doing so is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to public health.
Fall and Winter Safety Reminders from the Fire Marshal and the Building Department
Cooler tempuratures are a reminder of fun fall activities and family gatherings for the holidays.
Town of Hamlin Local Law
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Hamlin will hold and conduct a public hearing upon Introductory Local Law No. 2-2021 at the Hamlin Town Hall, 1658 Lake Road N, Hamlin, New York on the 12th day of October, 2021 at 6:15 p.m. at which hearing all interested persons shall be heard concerning the subject matter thereof
Opting out of Adult Use Cannabis Retail Dispensaries and On-Site Consumption Sites
Local Law No #2 of the year 2021, Town of Hamlin, County of Monroe
A local law to opt out of allowing cannabis retail dispensaries and on-site consumption sites as authorized under Cannabis Law Article 4
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local law to opt out of allowing cannabis retail dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption sites in the Town of Hamlin that would otherwise be allowed under Cannabis Law Article 4.
Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted pursuant to Cannabis Law § 131 which expressly authorizes the town board to adopt a local law requesting the Cannabis Control Board to prohibit the establishment of cannabis retail dispensary licenses and/or on-site consumption licenses within the jurisdiction of the town and is subject to a permissive referendum, the procedure of which is governed by Municipal Home Rule Law § 24.
Section 3. Local Opt-Out
The Town Board of the Town of Hamlin hereby opts out of allowing cannabis retail dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption sites from being established and operated within the town’s jurisdiction.
Section 4. Severability.
If any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this Local Law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or circumstance, shall be adjusted by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unconstitutional, such order or judgment shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this Local Law or in its application to the person, individual, firm or corporation or circumstance, directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment or order shall be rendered.
Section 5. Permissive Referendum/Referendum on Petition
This local law is subject to a referendum on petition in accordance with Cannabis Law § 131 and the procedure outlined in Municipal Home Rule Law § 24.
Section 5. Effective date.
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Secretary of State.
Posted May 24, 2021
Margaret A. McGrath Charitable Foundation Awards
$70,000 in Scholarships to 17 Local Students
The Margaret A. McGrath Charitable Foundation announced the awarding of 17 scholarships totaling $70,000 to local students for the 2021-2022 academic school year.
The Foundation offers two types of scholarships to residents of the Towns of Sweden and Hamlin. The Philip and Margaret Dollard Business Scholarship is awarded to those majoring in Business and the Marie Dollard McGrath Elementary Education Scholarship is awarded to those majoring in elementary education. Scholarships are for Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees.
This year’s recipients of the Philip and Margaret Dollard Business Scholarship are:
The recipients of the Marie Dollard McGrath Elementary Education Scholarship are:
Margaret A. McGrath established the Foundation in 2004 under her will to provide scholarships to residents of the Towns of Sweden and Hamlin who have chosen to pursue a degree in either Business or Elementary Education. The Foundation has awarded $883,000.00 in scholarships since its formation.
Qualifying 2022 graduating high school seniors and current college students should submit applications for the 2022– 2023 academic year by March 1, 2022. For further information, contact Richard J. Dollard, Executive Director and Trustee at 585-637-7170. Web site www.frontiernet.net/~mcgrathfound
Submitted by: Richard J. Dollard
Executive Director and Trustee May 24, 2021
The purpose of the Monroe County Fishery Advisory Board is to study the problems associated with maintaining and improving the Monroe County fishery, including: Lakes, bays, rivers, ponds, streams, and canals, to determine needs for improved access, support facilities and services and to advise the County Legislature, the County Administration, and local governments as to actions that could be taken to realize the full potential of the County’s fishing resources.
Posted March 12, 2021
New Website for the Town of Hamlin Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan
Posted March 1, 2021
NOTICE CONCERNING THE EXAMINATION OF ASSESSMENT INVENTORY
AND VALUATION DATA
(Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law)
TOWN OF Hamlin, Monroe County, N.Y.
Notice is hereby given that assessment inventory and valuation data is available
for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish
the assessment of each parcel which will appear on the Tentative Town Tax Roll which
will be filed on or about May 1, 2021. The information may be reviewed by arranging an
appointment with the Assessor(s) during his/her regular office hours. An appointment to
review the above described assessment information may be made by telephoning the
Assessor(s) at 585-964-8748.
Posted January 21, 2021
At the January 11, 2021 Hamlin Town Board meeting, the Town Board adopted accruing late fees of $5.00 each month for dog licenses that are not renewed within 30 days of their annual renewal date. This will be effective beginning February 15, 2021.
The costs for dog renewals will remain the same. Unaltered dogs are $17 and Spayed/Neutered dogs are $9. The purpose of the late fees is to encourage timely renewals. Dog Licensing helps ensure that dogs are vaccinated against rabies. The Town of Hamlin considers rabies to be a serious public health issue. The late fee on dog licenses is another tool to ensure that dogs are vaccinated and that vaccinations are kept current.
If you have any further questions please call 964-2421
Monroe County Coronavirus Resources Page
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Brockport Central School District Meals for Students 18 and under
There are no income requirements or registration needed for this service. Please note that breakfast is assorted breakfast items and lunch is a peanut butter/jelly sandwich meal or an alternate sandwich meal. For special dietary needs, call the Food Service office at (585) 637-1846. Hamlin Town Hall Parking lot 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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I am very pleased to announce that the Town of Hamlin will receive $8.3 million from the Governor's REDI program. The hours and hours of meetings and phone calls have been sucessful in securing this very important funding for Hamlin. I am very happy to have accomplished this for the residents of the shoreline. This is the silver lining to the dark cloud.
$7.9 million is for a sewer system that will include the entire lakefront from the State Park east to Townline Rd. providing public health protection, economic benifits in terms of property values and enhances water quality at our shoreline.
$400,000 is for barrier bar installation at the terminus of Townline Rd to help maintain access, protect from wave action and enhance public safety for roads in 2 towns.
Informational meetings, timelines, and other details will be coveyed shortly as the projects come together.
Yard Waste Drop Off is available to Hamlin residents at 91 Railroad Avenue 7 Days a week from 6am to 6pm with the exception of department holidays. The drop off area for Brush, Grass clippings, and Leaves is located directly behind the highway garage inside the fenced in yard. Yard Waste can only be disposed of in paper bags.
NO PLASTIC BAGS ALLOWED!
NO CONTRACTORS OR LANDSCAPERS ALLOWED!
The Governors $20,000,000 homeowners plan will be rolling out on October first.
The website is active. Click here to sign up for updates .
The Main website for NYS Lakeshore Flooding Issues
This link is to suggested waterfront local laws to increase "resiliency". They are model laws to be adapted to fit a local area.
FACEBOOK LINK TO THE TOWN OF HAMLIN HISTORIAN:
Located in Monroe County, and home to Hamlin Beach State Park, Hamlin is convenient to many area attractions via the scenic Lake Ontario State Parkway and nearby historic Ridge Road. Hamlin features a friendly, country atmosphere, convenience to Rochester, and is a short drive to many area attractions.