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New Permit Fees

created on March 28, 2017
The Town Board changed the PERMIT FEES at the Town Board meeting of March 22, 2017. The new fees are as follows: Residential Housing $100 flat Commercial Building $100 flat Agricultural Building $100 flat Subdivision (Minor & Major) $100 flat Special Use Permit $100 flat Variance $100 flat Working Without a Permit (1st Offense) $150 flat Working Without a Permit (2nd Offense) $350 flat Greenhouse $50 flat Restoration/Alteration/Garage $50 flat Pool $50 flat Demo $50 flat Dock (Permanent) $50 flat Shed $30 flat Not Calling for Inspections $25 flat Subdivision (Administration Review) NO CHARGE Roof, Fence, Stove (wood, coal, pellet or gas), Furnace NO CHARGE Mailbox NO CHARGE Zoning Interpretation NO CHARGE

Date: As of March 22, 2017
Place: Town of Barrington


Mailbox Regulations

created on May 26, 2015
Please notice the Town's mailbox regulations prior to replacing an old or placing a new mailbox. These regulations can be found on this website under local laws. Not only is this a regulation of the Town but this swing-away design can save you money in the future since it's not so vulnerable to snowplow damage during the Town's vigorous snow removal needs in our snowy months. Thank you!

Place: Town of Barrington


Dundee Area Historical Society

created on January 6, 2015
Dundee Area Historical Society The Dundee Area Historical Society covers Barrington, Dundee and Starkey and provides historian services for the town. To learn more about DAHS visit their website at DundeeAreaHistory.com. Dundee's Old Schoolhouse Museum, located at 26 Seneca Street, is open May 1 through October 31 each year. It is also open by appointment. Board meetings, which are open to the public, are held the second Wednesday of the month. January, February, March and December meetings will be held at the Dundee Presbyterian Church at 5:00pm. Meetings for all the other months will be held at the Old Schoolhouse Museum, 26 Seneca Street, at 5:00pm. 2015 Dates: January 14, 5:00pm Dundee Presbyterian Church February 11, 5:00pm Dundee Presbyterian Church March 11, 5:00pm Dundee Presbyterian Church April 8, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum May 13, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum June 10, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum July 8, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum August 12, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum September 9, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum October 14, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum November 11, 5:00pm Old Schoolhouse Museum December 9, 5:00pm Dundee Presbyterian Church



Barrington History Group Meetings

created on July 30, 2010
The Barrington History Group meets at 7:00 pm the third Monday of the month at the Barrington Town Hall. For more information call Sue Lange, Chairperson at (315)-536-2493.

Date: 3rd Mondays
Time: 7:00 pm


Farmer\'s Guide to Oil & Gas Leases

created on July 9, 2009
The Clerk has a copy of the Farmer\'s Guide to Oil & Gas Leases by the New York Farm Bureau for anyone that is interested in learning more about this topic. The guide will be available for review at the Clerk\'s office Tuesdays thru Fridays from noon until 5:00 pm.

Place: Barrington Town Hall


Letter of Support

created on May 26, 2009
The Town of Barrington (Pop. 2000 Census 1,395) actively supports a clean healthy environment. Each year we have a town \'clean-up\' day to promote environmentally healthy ways of disposing of items no longer needed. We support our community and our planning and zoning boards in their laws and regulations that adhere to those practices whose goals are in keeping with State and County regulations and law. The Town of Barrington is a rural community with a small population and is either not faced, or is faced to a much smaller degree with some of the larger issues in your guide. Being a primarily agricultural community we are aware of, and enthusiastically support engaging in agriculturally safe products and water and soil usage. We are aware of the critical nature of your \'Pledge\' and thank you for including us in your work for Climate Smart Communities. Town of Barrington (Town Board Meeting 05-13-09)

Place: Town of Barrington


Animal Control Officer

created on April 22, 2009
If anyone needs to reach the Animal Control Officer for the Town of Barrington in regards to unlicensed/violations relating to dogs please call (315)-536-4438 and ask for Thomas Morris.

Date: 2009
Place: Town of Barrington/Yates County


Highway Department Needs

created on December 17, 2008
The Barrington Highway Department would appreciate any donations of old clothes or such that could be used as grease rags. The Department also uses used oil to heat the shop and would really appreciate any donations of used oil to save on the heating bill. Please note that the oil MUST be water free. Please call Highway Superintendent Steve Wheeler at (607)-243-8323 if you can help. Thanks!

Place: Barrington Highway Department


Dumping Materials at the Barrington Highway Department

created on August 22, 2008
Due to illegal dumping that occured at the Barrington Town Garage, The NYSDEC has made the Highway Department gate off all entrances. Residents will still be allowed to dump materials listed below during regular business hours by calling (607)-243-8323 or (607)-243-5323. The materials that are accepted are: Leaves, Brush, Trees, Stumps, Dirt & Rock. Also...By APPOINTMENT ONLY...Metal and Batteries are accepted. We appoligize for any inconvenience.

Date: December 4, 2007
Place: Town Garage




 
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