What's Going on Wednesday: Canton town meets, Hale Cemetery meeting, post partum and Alzheimer support meetings
MEETINGS ON WEDNESDAY
Canton board meetsCANTON: Canton town board will convene for its regular monthly meeting, 6 p.m., court room in the municipal building, 60 Main St.; board is expected to hear a presentation from EDR Renewables Solar on a development project on Rich Road; appointment of a new planning and zoning board secretary, discussion of town employee health insurance costs and contributions, and further talk about the county’s plan for future sales tax revenue is also on the agenda; other agenda items include discussion of fencing at Taylor Park, approval of a payout to the village of Canton on the Recreation Retirement Resolution, approval of spending PAVENY and EWR funds, approval of highway contingency funds resolution, consideration of a River Street planning and development agreement, and setting the public hearing for the 2020 budget for Nov. 6; also expected to appoint John Kennedy to the Complete Streets Task Force, appoint Elliot Rodee to a 5-year term to the Board of Assessment Review and approve solicitation for dog control and dog pound professional services.
Postpartum support group
POTSDAM: Join postpartum doula Jordyn Girard for discussion and support during the postpartum period; 2-3 p.m. second and fourth Wednesdays; Potsdam Public Library; 2 Park St; 315-265-7230 for more info.
Alzheimer support group
GOUVERNEUR: Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter hosting support group, 1:30 p.m., Gouverneur Community Center, 4673 NYS Route 58; free to attend, facilitated by trained individuals; info: 1-800-272-3900 or email [email protected].
Cemetery Assn. meets
RAYMONDVILLE: The Hale Cemetery Association will hold its annual fall meeting on Wednesday, October 9 at 6:00 p.m. in the United Methodist Church, state Route 56. The public is welcome to attend. The Hale Cemetery Association will also begin the annual fall cleanup at the cemetery in Norfolk. Lot owners or family members that wish to keep any tributes or memorial decorations are asked to remove those items from the cemetery by Nov. 1.