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 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 Unopposed, 7 Republican incumbents win
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Unopposed, 7 Republican incumbents win

Seven Republican public officials representing the towns of Granville and Whitehall were unofficially reelected after all of them ran unopposed on Election Day on Nov. 2. The Washington County Board…

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Read more about the article Town to give highway workers new boots
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Town to give highway workers new boots

The heat was cranked up at the Granville Town Board meeting Thursday night at the tail-end of highway superintendent Scott Taylor’s report to the board. Taylor requested all seven of…

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Town closer to LED streetlighting

By Jay Mullen The town of Granville has taken another step closer to LED streetlights which could equate to a 49.5% savings annually. Discussion over the switch to LED streetlights…

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Read more about the article Town office candidates to be nominated soon
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Town office candidates to be nominated soon

By Krystle S. Morey Three positions on the Granville Town Board will be up for election this fall, as the terms of supervisor Matt Hicks and board members Tom Cosey…

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