Saturday, October 23, 2010
Schoharie Central School District donated three computers and a printer to the Village of Middleburgh this week. Superintendent Brian Sherman of SCS worked with Trustee Matthew Avitabile to donate the computers, which could be used for the Planning or Zoning Boards or donated to the Middleburgh Youth Commission for summer programs.
The Middleburgh Village Board plan to discuss the proposed traffic laws after a report presented by Trustees Butch Ingraham and Gerald Bowman last month. The public is invited to attend the next meeting on Monday, November 1 at 7:00 pm at the Municipal building.
There have been discussions for filling the open vacancy on the Middleburgh School Board. This comes after Jim Barber was appointed to the New York State Agriculture Commission and had to retire from his seat. Gary Hayes, Rob Roney, Lilian Bruno, Kevin Lawton, and Eric Hamm were all interviewed on Wednesday for a possible appointment. The person appointed will serve until spring 2011 before a special election will be called.