The Chamber wants to support you in preparing your business or organization for potentional impacts from COVID-19 and seeks your help in preventing spread in our community.
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From Mayor Bellona – March 18, 2020
To Village Residents,
First and foremost, this pandemic is one of the most significant and challenging events in my lifetime. I have tried to put in perspective with other historical events without success. In this moment, I remember to follow my Mother and Father’s advice to be positive, work for solutions with others, and to care for and support each other.
At this moment, we are following the lead of Oneida County. They are the ones with the health professionals and the organization to meet this crisis. Please see https://ocgov.net/health/coronavirus for the latest. In addition, the CDC has put out personal guidelines that we should be following regarding personal health measures to be taken.
Our Village of Clinton Office is closed physically in Lumbard Hall, but the Village Clerk and Deputy Clerk are continuing to conduct the official work of the Village. If you need to contact the Village office for any reason, please do so by email or phone.
The Village Department of Public Works continues to provide essential functions to keep our water system safe by performing all the required daily, weekly and monthly testing requirements. The waste water treatment plant personnel continue to operate in the same manner. The DPW will continue to keep our infrastructure operational and safe. I would ask that Village residents avoid putting green waste on the curb or the street during this emergency. Please retain it in the back yard to avoid clogging up the Village streets and storm sewer system. Essential garbage service pickup by our contractor will continue (place on curb Monday after 5pm for Tuesday morning pickup). I am asking Village residents not to put out household trash for the Wednesday pickup during this emergency.
From Supervisor Meelan – March 23, 2020
TOWN OF KIRKLAND RESIDENTS
Starting today through March 27 all office and departments will be closed and we will reevaluate at the end of the week Our Police Department is still on full duty and the highway department is working on a need be basis we are monitoring our phones remotely if you leave a message we will return all calls please pay attention to all messages from the governor and our county executive as we will be following their lead. Please stay safe and thank you.
New York State:
Businesses, organizations and individuals who want to express a desire to support New York State as it responds to the virus outbreak or are looking to volunteer or contribute to the State’s effort should contact the Governor’s Office at email@example.com
ESD has set up a web portal and FAQ page for individuals and businesses with business-related COVID-19 issues and questions on this website with all COVID-19 info: https://esd.ny.gov/esd-covid-19-related-resources
NYS Department of Labor/Employment/Unemployment: