Stottville Post Office status

To those of us who use the Stottville Post Office, please note that there will be a meeting at the Post Office lobby at 2857 Atlantic Avenue, Stottville on 7/21/14 at 1 PM to answer questions and provide additonal information about the POST plan (see letter below)


The 2014 Final Assessment Roll is available for viewing at the Town Hall or online at:


Kimberly Cammer, Sole Assessor


Tuesday, July 1, 2014 (All day)

Music At Sunset 2014

May 30, 2014        White Water Band

June 06, 2014       Mirage

June 13, 2014        Olde News      

June 20, 2014        South Bound

June 27, 2014       Best of the Beatles  

July 4, 2014                      NO CONCERT

July 11, 2014 &nbs

2014 Tentative Assessment Roll Available

The 2014 Tentative Assessment Roll is available for viewing in the Town Clerks Office

or online at:

For questions regarding the roll email:  or call: 828-0368

Town of Greenport, Columbia County

This website information is for the Town of Greenport in upstate New York, Columbia County.  We are often confused with the Village of Greenport in Suffolk County. The Town of Greenport surrounds the City of Hudson on three sides and the fouth side is the Hudson River.

Town Board Meeting Night

The Town Board will meet the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at 600 Town Hall Drive.

The workshop meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. on the Tuesday before the Board meeting, unless otherwise noticed.

Town Clerk Hours 2014

The following will be the hours of the Greenport Town Clerk, effective 1/1/14

Monday: 8:30 a.m. -  3 p.m.

Tuesday through Friday:  8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Greenport Community Day - 2013

Community Day 2013

Message from Highway Superintendent Mark Gaylord

I would like to apologize for the inconvenience of not being able to pick up bags and brush for a few weeks.  The same for the lack of mowing along the roads as well.  This was due to the need to prepare Pulcher Avenue, Green Acres Road, Anthony Avenue, Ellen Drive, Greendale Road, Burgi Road and TenBroeck Lane for motopaving.  This entailed trimming the trees so the truck bodies could be lifted, cutting out and patching bad spots in the roads, sweeping the roads and cutting out excess blacktop so that mailboxes could be moved and placed at the proper height and offset requir

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