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Upcoming Events, see calendar and below for details .... 


7/22  Hosley Library Concert Series - Quickstep - 3 PM - St Anns

 

7/26 5 hour driver pre-licensing class - 4 PM - Methodist church

 

7/29 Revival - Big Edna - 7 PM

  

8/4-5 Old home days

 

8/6 Hosley Library Concert Series - Jamcrackers - 3 PM - St Anns

 

9/9 A memoir of Virginia Hosley - 3 PM - Library

 

9/16 Town Picnic - Noon - 5 PM

 

9/17 Hosley Library Concert Series - Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys - 3 PM - St Anns

 

10/29 Revival - Haunted Classics - 3 PM

  

10/31 Halloween - Trick or treat - 6-8 PM

 

11/25 Annual tree lighting & craft sale - Noon - 8 PM (Tree & Santa @ 6 PM)

 

12/17 Revival - Liaisons Pleasantes - 3 PM

 

 

 

 

Officials:
Town Supervisor - Brian E. Towers
Town Councilman - Jaret Welch
Town Councilman - Robert D. Wright
Town Councilman - Timothy E. Hunt
Town Councilman - William R Stuart
Tax Collector - Martha Brown
Highway Superintendent - Clay Earley Jr.
Assessor - James Abbott
Water District 1 Operator - George Paige
Building Code Enforcement Officer - Robert Klafehn
Animal Control Officer/Dog Warden - George Paige

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Introduction

Welcome to our website! 

     Established on April 1, 1805, the Town of Wells has followed many footprints. Progress has altered its initial appearance but the town's ability to sustain despite struggles remains in step with the first footprints made. Wells continues, a wonderful community that has retained the simple pleasures and family atmosphere of small town life. The town offers this website as a means of communicating important information and events with its residents and other members of the general public.  It is constantly being updated so check back often.


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Town of Wells Final Assessment Rolls

Link to the Town of Wells 2017 Final Assessment Roll:

 

http://www.hamiltoncounty.com/municipalities/town-assessment-rolls


Annual Water Report 2015 as reported in 2016

     The Town of Wells 2015 Annual Water Quality Report is now available to the public. The report may be viewed by clicking Department Pages, Water Department, Documents. 


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News:
National Grid Rate Hike 2017
July 19, 2017

National Grid has asked for permission to raise rates, the original amount would have been 21% but recently a revised amount was published but even the revision would mean a sizable increase. The link below is a recent article from the Albany Times Union on the adjusted increase

 

http://www.timesunion.com/7day-business/article/National-Grid-lowers-rate-increase-by-76-million-11277564.php

 

The Public Service Commission is looking for comments from customers on this rate increase request, comments can be emailed to:

 

Kathleen H. Burgess at secretary@dps.ny.gov

Old home days bingo announcement
July 17, 2017

Due to a change in the NY State bingo law, no one under 18 can play or work at a licensed bingo game.

 

This will affect the bingo activities at the upcoming old home days. Sorry for any inconveniences.

Water testing program 2017
May 08, 2017
Testing for well water, see poster and link for full details
Wells Senior Nutrition Site Offers Home Deliveries
October 06, 2015
There is help available for Hamilton County Seniors who experience a decline in his/her mobility or health.

 

Wells Food Pantry Open Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday
August 05, 2015
Hours and contact information

  

State Land use guideline
February 01, 2013
State Land use guideline
Website Helps New Yorkers Find Jobs Within the State
December 02, 2011
"Jobs Express," a new website designed to help New Yorkers who are seeking employment.
 
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