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We are Earlville. Smalltown USA.
The Madison County Board of Supervisors approved increase for both the Solid Waste Tipping Fees and the 2015 Punch Cards. These new rates have gone into effect and are: $14.00 per residential punch card.
2014 Christmas Celebration Saturday, December 13th
Saturday, December 13 from 5:00 till?
Story Time with Mrs Claus 2:00 pm at the Earlville Free Library
Story teller John Porcino
"A Heck of a Way to Stay Warm"
A free Children's event 3:30 PM at the Earlville Opera House
Fire Truck announcing the arrival of Santa and Mrs Claus 5:00 pm
In the park gazebo---Raffle drawing winners picked and winners of the Gingerbread House contest to be announced after Santa arrives.
Tree lighting 5:30 PM
Earlville Free Library Open House 6:00 ish with Santa and Mrs Claus, refreshments will be served and Gigt Basket raffle winners announced. Meet and greet the Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick.
For more information please contact Dode Page at 3156915721
Gingerbread House entries will be displayed at Black Cat Antiques starting Dec. 2.
NEW! 10/31/2014 Water Bills have been mailed out. Due date is 11/30/2014. A 10% late fee will be added after 12/5/2014. The Shut Off date is 12/15/2014.
The Debt Service Charge has increased by 1% with the January 2014 billing, an increase to $47.76. This 1% increase will occur on a yearly basis.
Payments can be made in person at the Village Office during office hours:
Tuesday 7:30-Noon & 1:00-3:30pm,
Wednesday - Friday 7:30-Noon
or left in the drop box in the door next to the Fire House 24 hrs a day. Payments can also be mailed to: Village of Earlville PO Box 88 Earlville, NY 13332. Credit/Debit Card payments may only be made online click here
The Earlville Events Committee now has its own website! Click here for the latest info on Earlville Days, Music in the Park and Winterfest!
The Annual Audit conducted by Ciaschi, Dietershaga, Little, Mickelson & Company, LLP. is now available in the Village Office. It can also be viewed and printed by clicking here.
NEW! The Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2013 is now available! It can be viewed by clicking here or by visiting the Village Office and requesting a copy.
THE VILLAGE OF EARLVILLE HAS WITHDRAWN THE COMPLAINT AGAINST MICHAEL KICINSKI BASED ON THE FACT THAT FOLLOWING THE EXECUTION OF A SEARCH WARRARNT IT HAS BEEN DETERMINED THAT MR. KICINSKI IS AT LEAST IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE INITIAL AGREEMENT HE HAD REACHED WITH THE VILLAGE BOARD WHICH ALLOWED HIM TO KEEP A SPECIFIC NUMBER OF CHICKENS.
MR. KICINSKI HAS WIDELY PUBLICIZED IN THE PRESS AND ON THE INTERNET THAT HE WAS BEING UNFAIRLY PERSONALLY ATTACKED BY VARIOUS VILLAGE ADMINISTRATIONS, WHEN IN FACT EACH VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR OVER THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS HAS REACHED OUT TO TRY TO RESOLVE THIS CASE BY JUST REQUESTING A VERIFICATION OF THE NUMBER OF CHICKENS THAT HAD ORIGINALLY BEEN AGREED UPON. MR. KICINSKI CONTINUALLY REFUSED TO ALLOW SOMEONE FROM THE VILLAGE TO INSPECT HIS PROPERTY TO VERIFY THE NUMBER OF CHICKENS BEING KEPT ON HIS PROPERTY, AND REFUSED TO PROVIDE THE NUMBERS HIMSELF. AT LEAST THREE TIMES IN THE RECENT YEARS THE BOARD REQUESTED ONE OF THE TRUSTEES TO SPEAK TO MR. KICINSKI TO RESOLVE THE LITIGATION, ONLY TO BE REBUFFED BY HIM EACH TIME.
INSTEAD OF OFFERING SOME COOPERATION, MR. KICINSKI REQUIRED THE VILLAGE TO JUMP THROUGH ALL OF THE HOOPS, INCLUDING A SEARCH WARRANT, TO GET THE SIMPLE VERIFICATION THAT HE WAS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROIR AGREEMENT. HAD IT NOT BEEN FOR HIS UNWILLINGNESS TO YIELD TO REASON, THIS LITIGATION COULD HAVE BEEN RESOLVED LONG AGO.
NEW! Mohawk Valley Living Special Feature on the Earlville Area A must see!
12/16/2011 The Village is now on FACEBOOK...CHECK IT OUT. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Village-of-Earlville/122135821215824
10/13/2012 Unpaid Village Taxes have been returned to their respective counties. No further 2012 tax payments will be accepted at the Village Office.
NEW! Punch Card Price Increase: The Madison County Board of Supervisors approved increase for both the Solid Waste Tipping Fees and the 2013 Punch Cards. These new rates (have gone into effect and are: $13.50 per residential punch card and tipping fees of $62.50 per contracted ton, $73.50 per non-contracted ton and $83.50 per ton day use.
IMPORTANT! Water Policies & Rates: Our new water policies and rates go into effect starting January 1, 2011. These policies and rates supersede any previous policies or rates. A full version can be found under the link above "Our Village Water." They can also be found here.
NEW! Flood Insurance: The Village of Earlville has joined over 21,000 communities nationwide that are allowed to purchase federally-backed flood insurance. This availability follows our community's adoption and enforcement of ordinances to reduce flood losses and acceptance by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Residents of the village will be able to purchase flood insurance up to the limits under the Regular Phase of the program. There is a 30-day waiting period before flood insurance coverage goes into effect; however, there are some exceptions. For single-family dwellings, the building coverage limit is $250,000, and the contents coverage limit is $100,000. Renters can also protect their belongings by purchasing contents coverage. For commercial properties, the building and contents coverage limits are both $500,000. Lenders must require borrowers whose properties are located in a designated flood hazard area to purchase flood insurance as a condition of receiving a federally-backed mortgage loan in accordance with the Federal Disaster Protection Act of 1973.
Official Statement: Want to know about the function of our village? Read our Official Statement!
Carbon Monoxide Detector Law: The 2010 Carbon Monoxide Detector Law affects all properties, both residential and commercial. To find out more about what the requirements are visit a link to the Department of State's website from our Depts. & Phone Nos. link above.