From the Supervisor’s desk
The annual Community Clean Up days are scheduled for Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24 from 9am to 3pm at the Town Highway Department. We will not be putting dumpsters in Eaton or West Eaton this year due to insurance regulations.
Below is the draft of the Town Comprehensive Plan that has been developed over the past year by a committee of Town residents. The Town Board will be be holding a public hearing on it at our next meeting on May 14th at 6:00pm. The Plan has now been submitted to the Madison County Planning Department for their comments and will be approved by the Town Board in July.
Smithfield Eaton Volunteer Ambulance Corp. (SEVAC) is requesting that an Ambulance Taxing District be formed. We will be having a public hearing on the request on our May 14th meeting.
By now, you should have received a post card about our home improvement grant. At this time we have 6 or 7 applications turned in and approved. Still lots more grant money available. Below is some additional information. It is best to go on the link below rather than call. Good luck.
Income-qualified homeowners in the town of Eaton or village of Morrisville may be eligible for up to $30,000 to improve the exterior of their homes. Funds will be used to complete exterior rehabilitation, examples include: porches, doors, chimneys, windows, exterior siding, foundations, entrance areas, soffits, etc. Grants are issued in the form of a 10-year forgivable loan.
You must own and occupy your home, be current on all taxes and utilities, a single family home, and at or below the following income limits:
1 Person Household – $46,502
2 Person Household – $53,133
3 Person Household – $59,763
4 Person Household – $66,394
If you are interested in applying, please contact the Utica Homeownership Center at 315-724-4197 or www.UNHS.org/homeowner/
On Tuesday, August 14th, 2018 the Town of Eaton held a public hearing on the proposed local law that will require septic inspections upon the sale or transfer of title of any property around the lakes in our town. The Town Board will take into consideration the suggestions made at the Public Hearing and vote in October on the proposed local law. I want to thank the over 35 people who attended the public hearing to share their ideas,thoughts and concerns. A link to the local law presented is still at the bottom of this page.