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  1. Police Press Release - Bethlehem Police Investigating Knife-Point Robbery of the Selkirk Stewarts

    The BPD is currently investigating the knife-point robbery of the Selkirk Stewart’s which occurred at 4:30 AM on Sunday, 3/19. Anyone who was in the area and saw any individuals in the area of Stewarts or south of that location, please call 439-9973. Read on...
  2. Senior Civil Engineer Wanted, respond by April 7

    The Town of Bethlehem Department of Public Works is seeking candidates for a Senior Civil Engineer. Please respond by April 7. Read on...
  3. Assistant Civil Engineer Wanted, respond by April 7

    The Town of Bethlehem Department of Public Works is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Engineer (Civil). Please respond by April 7. Read on...
  4. Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee Member Wanted

    The committee, consisting of 11 volunteer members, addresses bicycle and pedestrian mobility in the town. The committee meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply by March 31. Read on...
  5. Police Press Release - Bethlehem Police Arrest Juveniles for Threats of School Violence

    Investigations into incidents of specific threats of school violence posted on various social media websites were conducted. Bethlehem Police have arrested 3 15-year-old town residents, charging them with one felony count of Making a Terroristic Threat. Read on...
  6. Owning, possessing or harboring of certain animals must be reported to the Town Clerk by 4/1

    NYS Law requires the annual reporting of the owning, possessing or harboring of certain animals (for example but not limited to, certain cats, dogs, snakes, monkeys) to the Municipal/Town Clerk´s office on or before April 1 of each year. Links provided. Read on...
  7. Bear sightings in town - Reducing Human-Bear Conflicts

    Remove bird feeders between April 1 - November 30. Bear nuisance complaint records reveal that bird feeders are involved in over 80% of the bear problems around homes. Take responsibility for your safety & encourage your neighbors to do the same! Read on...
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