Read more about the article Former town offices going to ‘100% buyer-beware auction’
From left, Granville Town Board members Jim Bradt and Tom Cosey, supervisor Matt Hicks, board members Matt Rathbun and Ken Quick at the Sept. 8 board meeting.

Former town offices going to ‘100% buyer-beware auction’

Following a long executive session with attorney Mike Catalfamo, the Granville Town Board announced it would sell the former town office building at 42 Main Street via online auction. The…

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Read more about the article 3 large road culverts to be set
From left, Granville Town Board members Jim Bradt and Tom Cosey, supervisor Matt Hicks and board members Matt Rathbun and Ken Quick were informed of recent updates with the replacement of culverts in the town of Granville on Aug. 11.

3 large road culverts to be set

In his monthly report to the Granville Town Board, Town Highway Department superintendent Scott Taylor reminded the board of an upcoming infrastructure project funded by Washington County. Three Granville roads,…

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Read more about the article State to assess Rte. 17 speed limit
A section of County Route 17 between State Routes 22 and 40 with the posted 40 mph speed limit. Residents are requesting a reduction in the speed limit. (Photo by Jared Stamm)

State to assess Rte. 17 speed limit

The Granville Town Board voted 4-1 on a resolution to allow the state Department of Transportation (DOT) to conduct a speed-limit-reduction assessment on County Route 17 following several accidents in…

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Read more about the article Town board to weigh sale of former offices
The Granville Town Board will be considering its options of selling the old town offices and court located at 42 Main Street on July 14.

Town board to weigh sale of former offices

The July 14 meeting of the Granville Town Board will see discussion from all five board members on how to proceed with the old town court and offices building at…

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Read more about the article Town OKs N. Granville fire department’s bid for non-profit status
The North Granville Hose Company firehouse located on State Route 22.

Town OKs N. Granville fire department’s bid for non-profit status

After jumping through required legal hurdles, the North Granville Hose Company was approved by the Granville Town Board on June 9 to amend its certificate of incorporation to formally become…

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Read more about the article Fire company seeks status change:  Non-profit qualifies for grant money
From left, Granville Town Board members Jim Bradt and Tom Cosey, supervisor Matt Hicks and board members Matt Rathbun and Ken Quick on May 12.

Fire company seeks status change: Non-profit qualifies for grant money

The Granville Town Board will host a public hearing on June 9 at 7:30 p.m. to allow the public to speak on the North Granville Hose Company’s desire to amend…

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Read more about the article Town eyes May 2 as new offices opening
Further proceedings were adjourned to Oct. 24 following the not guilty plea made by Wendy L. Murphy, 54, of DeKalb Road in regard to 31 counts of animal cruelty.

Town eyes May 2 as new offices opening

Granville supervisor Matt Hicks announced at the Granville Town Board meeting on April 14 that the anticipated last day of operation at the 42 Main St. offices will be April…

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Read more about the article Grant to fund town courtroom upgrades
Taken in December 2021, the early stages of the platform that will host the court bench of the new Granville town offices.

Grant to fund town courtroom upgrades

Granville Judge Roger Forando and supervisor Matt Hicks have announced the town was approved for a grant for courtroom renovations in the new town offices that will include an elevated…

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Read more about the article Town eyes April move to new offices
The Manchester Newspapers building located at 14 E. Main St. in Granville

Town eyes April move to new offices

The Granville Town Board’s first meeting of 2022 on Jan. 13 served as an organizational meeting and provided updates to the new town offices and the water in North Granville.…

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Read more about the article Town office move delayed; bridge nearly done
Updated progress on the Church Street Bridge from Dec. 9.

Town office move delayed; bridge nearly done

The word “update” summed up the Granville Town Board’s Dec. 9 meeting, with North Granville Hose Company chief Scott McCullen providing information on a new fire truck coming to the…

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