Newly Elected Officials Training, December 15

The Association of Towns of the State of New York will lead a webinar for newly elected local officials on Wednesday, December 15 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., which will also include a question-and-answer period. This free training opportunity is designed to help prepare newly elected officials for their new roles. Topics to be covered will include conflicts of … Read More...

Constable Chronicles – William Constable, Spirit of the North Country

The Constable Chronicles Continue as the Constable Hall Association and the Tug Hill Commission present “William Constable, Spirit of the North Country.”

Please join Martha Constable Murray and Peter Hayes from the Constable Hall Association on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. Register at www.tughill.org/upcoming-workshops/. At one time, William Constable owned most of the North Country, … Read More...

Commission Adopts 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

The Tug Hill Commission 2020-24 Strategic Plan was adopted by the commission board in October, and is available at https://tughill.org/strategic-plan/.

The new plan reaffirms the commission mission, approach and core competencies, and emphasizes the importance of circuit riders especially in the light of recent Council of Government growth.  Looking forward, the commission will spend more time on economic development, … Read More...

2019 Residents and Landowners Survey Results Released

A lively, interactive presentation by Center for Community Studies researchers Joel LaLone, Larry Danforth and Andy Draper, on the attitudes and perceptions of Tug Hill residents and landowners, was the highlight of the commission’s annual meeting on November 7.  Approximately 60 people attended the gathering at Tug Hill Vineyards.

The “Family Feud” style delivery of survey results highlighted several major … Read More...

Minimum Maintenance Road Legislation 2019 – Session Update

The 2019 NYS Legislative Session has ended, and while the long-standing minimum maintenance road legislation continued to be active, it was not passed by both houses.

The Senate bill, S2910 sponsored by Senator Griffo, was approved out of the Senate Transportation Committee with new chairman Senator Kennedy from Buffalo, and passed the Senate on June 13.  The companion Assembly bill, … Read More...