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  1. Community Conversation - Come share your views with town officials TONIGHT, 4/24 at 7 p.m.

    Come share your views with Supervisor VanLuven, Town Board members, and other town officials. This is the first in a planned series of community forums in which residents and town officials can discuss town issues, ideas, opportunities, and concerns. Read on...
  2. *UPDATE* DELAWARE AVE - no detours but flaggers/lane closures as needed

    Work has begun on the final phase of the Delaware Ave streetscape; it is expected to be completed by 5/11 depending on weather and progress. The contractor will be working from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Localized lane closures but no detours in effect. Read on...
  3. Help Wanted - Administrator of Parks and Recreation

    The candidate will be responsible for planning, directing, and implementing the parks and recreation program in the town. Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume by May 4. Read on...
  4. Drug Take Back Day, Saturday, April 28 at Elm Ave Park, 10-2; anonymous

    Everyone may participate, the program is anonymous
    Accepted items include prescription and over the counter medications in pill, liquid, powder form; controlled & non-controlled substances
    NEVER flush medications down toilets or drains
    Read on...
  5. Debit and Credit Cards Now Accepted for All Payments in the Town Clerk/Tax Department

    The town is pleased to announce that we now accept debit and credit cards for all payments in the Town Clerk/Tax Department. Read on...
  6. Bethlehem gets $240K to divert food scraps from landfill

    The Town of Bethlehem recently received $240K from the NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation to help divert food scraps from the landfill to the town’s compost operation. This will help the compost facility expand with the purchase of equipment & paving. Read on...
  7. National Environmental Leadership Program Recognizes Bethlehem IT as a 2017 Silver Award Winner

    The Mgmt of Information Services Dept recently received an award for its achievements in the State Electronics Challenge, a comprehensive nationwide environmental sustainability initiative that currently reaches more than 223,000 employees in 39 states. Read on...
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