Presentation on proposed plans for the Cannon Memorial Park at Main & Franklin St. to Village of Delhi Board Members. Presentation will take place on Monday, 2/20/23 at 5:30 p.m. @ SUNY Campus- Centennial Hall.
SUNY Delhi Design-Build II Class Presents
Basic Firearms Training Class
Parking Study Public Hearing Slide Show
Parking Study Final Report - October 2022
The Street Department will continue leaf pick-up only thru 11/20/22, weather permitting.
There is no longer brush pick- up, this ended 10/15/22. Thank you
Water Leak and Non-Sewer Discharge Policy
Residents are advised to review the Water Leak and Non-Sewer Discharge Policy. A copy will be mailed to you shortly. For questions, contact the Clerk's Office at (607) 746-2258.
NOTICE: VILLAGE OF DELHI will be flushing hydrants in the village on the following Tuesdays:
- September 27, 2022
- October 4, 2022
- October 11, 2022
- October 18, 2022
2022-2023 Budget Available on Website
The approved Village Budget 2022-2023 is available for public review. It is available for download here
Brush Pickup Starts April 1
Brush and lawn debris will be picked up every Monday from April 1 - October 15 - additional days will be scheduled at Village discretion
Please put debris by the curb over the weekend. Pick-up will start at 6:00am Monday morning.
- Brush may be no larger than 6 inched in diameter and free of dirt and stones, and separated from other debris.
- Brush and lawn debris must be placed betwen the sidewalk and curb. DO NOT PLACE DEBRIS IN THE STREET.
- Grass clippings and other small debris should be placed in receptacles, which will not be taken away.
- Leaves must be separate from other small lawn debris, and placed between the curb and the sidewalk.
- Leaf pick-up will continue through November 20.
County Chamber Urges Local Officials to Allow Retail Cannabis Sales
The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce urges towns and villages to not “opt-out” of the opportunity to allow cannabis-related businesses and capture much-needed tax revenue. The Chamber seeks opportunities to sustain and grow our economy. Beyond retail opportunities, cannabis sales will allow our distressed farmers to tap into this multi-billion dollar industry, through cultivation as well as sales.
The Chamber supports legal cannabis sales for the following reasons:
- The Chamber supports all legal businesses
- Total market demand for legal adult-use cannabis in New York is about $3.7 billion in the current fiscal year [Marijuana Legalization in New York State--A Fresh Look by James Parrott and Michele Mattingly], with demand rising to $3.9 billion by FY 2027.
However, because legal sales would grow over time and gain market share at the expense of illicit sales, legal market sales would rise from $566 million in the first full fiscal year of implementation (FY 2023) to $2.6 billion four years later (FY 2027). Using these estimates, State excise tax revenue would be $159 million in FY 2023, rising to $765 million in FY 2027. Local share of the excise tax would generate $25 million, statewide, in FY 2023, rising to $114 million in FY 2027.
The Parrott/Mattingly report used a model to reflect 100% in-state cultivation and processing of all cannabis to estimate that the $2.6 billion in retail sales projected for FY 2027 would generate 50,860 jobs, $2.2 billion in employee compensation, $4.7 billion in value added, and $6.1 billion in total economic output. In addition to the sales-related tax revenues projected above, the expansion of an entire economic sector in New York State will generate additional state and local tax revenue.
Delaware County farmers, retail owners, residents, and visitors will lose if surrounding towns and counties allow cannabis businesses. Tourists will flock to cannabis-friendly communities and residents will simply buy products elsewhere, depriving Delaware County of those tax revenues.
The public policy question of whether cannabis should be legal is not relevant to the issue of allowing adult-use retail sales and cultivation facilities to operate in Delaware County communities. Adult-use cannabis legislation was passed by the NYS Legislature and signed by the Governor in March 2021.
Disagreement with the law should be taken up with our state representatives and regulators, and not town supervisors and mayors. Instead, the Chamber urges local officials to support legal businesses and allow retail cannabis sales.
Village Winter Parking
A Reminder for All Village of Delhi Residents:
During the months of Dec., Jan., Feb., and March the parking of vehicles is prohibited on all streets between the hours of 2:00 am and 6:00 am. Note that it is suggested that persons that park on village streets move their vehicles the evening of November 30th as December 1st at 2:00 am parking tickets will be issued to those vehicles parked on village streets.
Please note that snow and ice MUST be removed from sidewalks within 24 hours after the end of a snowfall. Failure to do so will result in the Village removing the snow at the expense of the owner.
Copies of Village law are available at the Village Clerk's office at 9 Court Street, Delhi.