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Applications are available in the Town Clerk's Office and must be completed by the applicant and their physician. Permits are issued either in person or by mail.
Yes, New York State Conservation Licenses may be obtained at the Town Clerk's Office. Hunters should bring their driver's license and either an old hunting license or a hunter education certificate when applying. No certification is necessary for fishing licenses. The fee varies according to the license type.
A Freedom of Information form (FOIL) is available here. The Town is also required to accept and respond to FOIL requests via email as well.
Copies of FOIL requests will incur a fee of 25 cents per copy, and 10 cents for regular copies.
NO. The Court does not take payment over the phone. We do have many options available. You may fax your credit card information with the attached credit card form. You may mail a money order or certified check to the Court. You can pay online. You may come to the Court office and pay in person with cash, credit card, money order or certified check and we will give you a receipt.
Property owners who feel they are over assessed have the right to present their information to an impartial Board of Assessment Review. Grievance Day is the 4th Tuesday in May.
A property owner may request a review of their assessment and inventory at any time.
Please contact the Genesee County Veterans Service Agency at 585-344-2580. After completing the application please mail or drop off the application at the Town Hall by March 1st.
$24,999 including social security.