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We are delighted to have a web site devoted exclusively to information relevant to the residents of, and visitors to, the Town of DeKalb.
Please stop back from time to time as we add more news, schedules of events, and other items of general interest. Tell your friends to look us over!
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To contact the webmaster click here: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that many items on the website can be clicked on for further information, even though they may not appear to be obvious links. eg. Click on an official's name and you will find a photo and brief biography. Click on an event in the calendar and you will find more details (if they have been provided.)
The Town of DeKalb is located between the St. Lawrence River and the foothills of the Adirondacks and encompasses the hamlet of DeKalb Junction, the Village of Richville, and the hamlets of DeKalb, Kendrew and Bigelow. William Cooper of Cooperstown arranged the purchase of De Kalb in February of 1803. The Town of DeKalb was officially chartered by the NYS legislature on February 22, 1806. The first “village” in the township of DeKalb was known as Williamstown or Coopers Village which, by 1814, was a village offering most necessary frontier services. In 1820, when the Coopers were no longer involved, it became known as DeKalb Village. [Click on History in the list on the right for much more information on the history of DeKalb and Richville.]
March 27, 2015
The Town of DeKalb, Town Board will hold a special meeting on Wednesday April 1, 2015 at 7:00 PM at the Town Garage located at 2810 SH 812 in DeKalb Jct., New York. The sole purpose of the meeting will be the discussion of the 10 year purchasing plan for highway equipment. There will be NO public input and no other business will be conducted at this meeting.
Barbara A. Creazzo
DeKalb Town Clerk
March 27, 2015
Iroquois produces an annual calendar featuring scenes from many of their pipeline communities. This calendar is provided free of charge to over 17,000 residents/businesses, public officials and emergency responders in their 65 communities as part of their Public Awareness Program.
Submitting photos taken in all four seasons may increase the chance of selection; however, only one photograph will be selected per community. If your photo is selected for inclusion, a $250 donation will be made to your community’s recreation or beautification program.
Guidelines for photo submission:
Photo must be of an outdoor scene and not feature individuals or businesses a primary subject
High-resolution (300 dpi minimum)
Horizontal 8.5 x 11” format only
Photo should not be more than 3 years old
Submitter agrees to provide Iroquois the right to publish the photo and represents that they have all the rights necessary to grant such license
Submissions must be received by July 31, 2015
Submit digital file via US mail or email to:
Manager, Public Affairs
One Corporate Drive, Suite 600
Shelton, CT 06484
Submission should include:
Location of photo
March 27, 2015
3rd. Annual Easter Egg Hunt
When: April 4, 2015
Where: DeKalb Junction Fire Department
Time: 2:00 PM
Egg hunt will start at 2:00 PM, cookies and juice will be provided. Bring your own bag. It will be an outdoor event weather permitting. If bad weather, we will hold inside the fire department.
contact Tami French @ 261-9134
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