Below you find the link to the July 12, 2017 Delaware County Public Works Presentation.
With the help of many people, the former Walton Reporter site was transposed into a beautiful green space area. On June 17, 2017 the Town of Walton dedicated this area to our veterans. Supervisor Gregory stated, let this plaza be a constant reminder of those who are serving our nation and our community, day and night, often far from home, in peace time and in war time.
Delaware Opportunities Housing Office will be hosting a presentation by the Town and Village of Walton Floodplain Manager on flood related issues facing the first time homebuyer.
March 15, 2017 at 2:00 pm in the Village of Walton board room, 21 North St, Walton, NY 13856.
ENPM and the Town of Walton will hold a public meeting to discuss the revaluation status on February 27, 2017 at 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. at the Walton Fire Hall.
- Kraft Public Hearing
- There will be a public hearing at the Walton Town Hall on Friday, January 27 from Noon to 1:00 pm, to offer an opportunity for the community to comment on the $20M Empire State Development Corporation grant to Kraft Heinz as an incentive to remain in New York State. Copies of the General plan are available at the Town Hall.
Special thank you to Flood Plain Manager Stephen Dutcher, Deputy Supervisor Kevin Armstrong, Bruce Dolph, John Tweedie, Corey Northrup & All Season Contracting, Shamrock Builders, Town and Village Highway Departments and anyone else that offered a lending hand to complete the Veterans Plaza Pavilion.
ENPM will attend the Walton Town Board meeting on September 12, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.to discuss the status of the reassessment.
The following PowerPoint presentation was presented by the Community Health Committee on June 23, 2016.
On Saturday, July 23, 2016, the Walton Flood Commission and Flood Plain Manager Stephen Dutcher held an event at Veterans Plaza (formerly Walton Reporter Building). The day was spent informing the public of the progress that has been made through flood mitigation work since the flood of 2006 and displays were available to show future work that will be done. Many enjoyed music by Coyote Junction, good food, and watching the local 4-H groups plant new shrubs and trees (Thank you!).