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  1. STAR changes in the state budget and new STAR Exemption renunciation instructions *UPDATE 5/24*

    STAR changes in the state budget for both Basic and Enhanced. Also, if you want to switch from the STAR exemption to the STAR credit, there are two steps you need to take. UPDATE - Streamlined process for switching to the STAR credit from the exemption Read on...
  2. Eight Acres of Wetland and Wildlife Habitat in Glenmont is Conserved Forever

    In the historically agricultural area of Bethlehem near the intersection of Wemple Road and Route 9W, development is on the horizon, but not on a special eight-acre parcel of open land. Read on...
  3. Part Time Laborer Wanted – Wastewater Treatment Facilities, reply by 5/31

    The Town of Bethlehem Department of Public Works is seeking entry-level candidates to work part-time at the Town’s wastewater treatment facilities. Applicants must have a valid New York State Driver License. Reply by Friday, May 31, 2019. Read on...
  4. Bethlehem Police Arrest 2 for Felony Animal Cruelty Charges

    Bethlehem Police began an investigation into animal cruelty after receiving a report in April in regards to a semi-conscious dog that was found in a plastic bag in Selkirk. The dog was immediately brought to a veterinary clinic where it passed away. Read on...
  5. Members of the BPD were honored at the Troy Police Department's 34th Annual Awards Ceremony

    Bethlehem Police personnel were presented with a Merit Recognition Award for their efforts and teamwork with Troy PD on a Burglary and Kidnapping case. Bethlehem Police responded to a report of an armed home invasion in Delmar on July 18, 2018. Read on...
  6. Scam warning public announcement

    The BPD would like to remind residents to be aware of scams that are occurring in the area. Be cautious and alert to any unsolicited phone calls whereby scare tactics and false information are used in an attempt to solicit personal information & payment. Read on...
  7. Residential Data Improvement Project - Data collectors in the field *5/24 update*

    GAR Associates data collectors are working in the field, weather permitting. If you received a letter, they will get to your property this year. Refer to the Assessor's residential data improvement page for more information. Read on...
  8. Avoid Bear Conflict and Deer in Spring Information

    The Town's Animal Control officer received a newsletter from the NYS DEC containing information he would like shared with residents and businesses regarding bear and deer both of which are seen in many areas of town. Follow precautions noted. Read on...
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