There are hundreds of Walton residents and business’ that are listed on the NYS Unclaimed Funds website. This is your money and due to a bad address or misspelled name, your check was returned. To claim your money, follow the link below, search for your name (the less letters used, results in a better search due to misspelled names)
The Cornell Cooperative Extension will hold their Farmers Market every Friday starting July 5 – September 27, 2019 from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Veterans Plaza.
The Walton Ministerial Associations of Churches is planning the Community Christmas Baked Ham Dinner at the Walton Fire Station, 61 West Street on Tuesday, Dec. 25, Christmas Day. Doors open at 12:30 PM, Appetizers are served 12:30 – 1:00 PM and Dinner served 1:00 PM.
Menu is Baked Ham, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Squash, Cabbage Salad, Cranberry Sauce and Rolls, Dessert, Coffee, Tea or Milk. Meal is served as a Free-Will Offering.
And the Walton Food Bank will be the beneficiary from left-overs and surplus funds. Please RSVP by Wednesday Dec. 19.
Please let us know how many in your family will attend dinner, the number of takeout’s you will pick-up or if you prefer a delivery in the village. By calling Barbara Horton at 607-865-6078
or Peg Haley at 607-865-5854
TOWN OF WALTON
Delaware County, New York
WHEREAS, Ron Galley having served in the capacity as an employee of Radio Station WDLA; and
WHEREAS, having served this community for a period of 47 years; and
WHEREAS, Ron’s voice was what we recognized when we tuned into WDLA for countless sporting events, natural disaster updates, The American Heart Association Heart Radiothon, news, birthday dedications, school closings, the Delaware County Fair, and of course the top 20 countdown; and
WHEREAS, your dedication to our community has been and continues to be an inspiration for all that have heard your voice; and be it
PROCLAIMED, that the Town of Walton recognizes that your 47-year career as the “Voice of Walton and Delaware County” is Noteworthy; and, be it further
PROCLAIMED, that the Town Board of Walton, New York does hereby declare 11 December 2018 as Ron Galley Day in the Town of Walton.
The Walton Town Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph M. Cetta to the position of Walton Town Supervisor. Joe is a 36 year veteran of the USMC and National Guard, and has previously held positions in the Village of Walton, most recently as a Village Trustee.
“We are pleased to welcome Joe to the Board to help us carry on the vision and projects that Charlie Gregory so passionately pursued. While we are saddened by the events that precede this appointment, we are confident that Joe can help us continue the progress made for the future of Walton.”
It is with sorrow and regret that we confirm the passing of our Walton Town Supervisor, Charles F. Gregory. Charlie was a force of nature and a passionate believer in our Town and community. We will all miss his commitment to this community, whether it was through the Fire Dept, his church, or, of course, as Town Supervisor. We extend our personal sympathies to his family and friends as we also grieve the loss to our Board.
For Funeral Arrangements: www.courtneyfh.com
The Town of Walton Highway Department will be closing Gosper Road, Seely Wood Spur Road, and Seely Road to thru traffic daily starting Wednesday, June 20th for road paving. This work will start at 7:00 a.m. each day until complete.
The Board of Assessment Review will meet on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the Walton Town Hall, in said Town to hear and examine all complaints in relationship to assessments on the application, of any person believing themselves to be aggrieved.
A publication containing procedures for contesting an assessment is available at the Assessor’s Office.
The following are concept drawings developed by Place Alliance NY from information gathered from the public. The drawings include flood mitigation plans for West Brook, Delaware River and Breakey Motors. Please forward you comments or questions to Supervisor Gregory at 607-865-4052.
Supervisor Gregory has shared his State of the Town Message