A DROP BOX IS LOCATED ON THE PORCH OF THE MASONIC HALL. NO COURT-RELATED ITEMS MAY BE LEFT IN THE BOX.
2024 Highway Materials Bid Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Town Board of the Town of Clinton invites sealed proposals for the furnishing of the following road materials: culvert pipe, crushed stone, gravel, sand for snow and ice control, Kotal mix, snow plow and grader blades, bituminous concrete hot and cold mix, lite stone fill, liquid calcium, oil for roads and NYSDEC Petroleum Bulk Storage Compliance Inspections/ Services.
All such sealed bids must be received by the Town Clerk of the Town of Clinton at the Clinton Town Hall, 1215 Centre Road, Rhinebeck, N.Y. 12572 by Tuesday, December 5, 2023 at 10:00 am. The winning bids are being awarded at the Town Board meeting on December 12, 2023 to the lowest responsible bidder whose bid shall have been filed in conformity with this notice provided that the Town Board reserves the right to reject all bids and advertise anew, if, in the judgment of said Board it is in the best interest of the Town to do so.
We invite you to review our Natural Resources Inventory
Natural resources inventories (NRIs) provide an important foundation for planners and decision-makers for many planning groups, including Towns. They can provide a basis for proactive planning and policies that consider community priorities like habitat connectivity, source water protection, and scenic views.
What is a Natural Resources Inventory?
A natural resources inventory (NRI) compiles and describes important, naturally occurring resources within a given locality (e.g., municipality, watershed, or region). Cultural resources, such as historic, scenic, and recreational resources, are often included in an NRI, as well. The inventory has two basic purposes: 1) to provide the building blocks for comprehensive land-use and conservation planning, and 2) to allow natural resource information to be included in local planning and zoning.