In the News
Supervisor Jack Moore and the Henrietta Town Board unanimously passed a resolution to oppose the establishment of a gaming casino in the Town of Henrietta. The resolution was passed during the March 19th Town Board meeting at the Henrietta Town Hall.
The Supervisor and the Town Board urge the residents of Henrietta to express their views to their state and federal officials who have decision making authority in this matter.
The following contact information was available at the Town Board meeting.
The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of New York State
NYS State Capital Building
Albany, New York 12224
Office phone: (518)474-8390
Senator Patrick M. Gallivan
Monroe County Satellite Office
900 Jefferson Road, suite 202
Rochester, New York 14623
Albany, New York 12247
Assemblyman Harry B. Bronson
840 University Avenue
Rochester, New York 14607
PART-TIME CLERICAL POSITION - Town of Henrietta – Town Clerk’s Office - Monday through Friday, 9am-1pm.
Town of Henrietta, Town Clerk’s Office
The Henrietta Town Clerk’s Office is looking to fill a permanent part-time position. Qualified applicant must have exceptional communication skills, customer service skills, bookkeeping/record keeping experience and a great work ethic. Must currently be or legally qualified to become a New York State Notary Public.
Some of the job duties include:
- Interacting with the public
- Answering phone calls
- Issuing dog licenses, marriage licenses, hunting licenses, and handicap parking permits
- Processing payments for recreation programs, building permits, sewer bills, and property taxes
- Processing and sorting mail
- Becoming an authorized passport agent
- Notary public
- Excel experience required
Interested applicants can submit resumes by April 30th to email@example.com.
No telephone calls please.
Town Code Changes
Changes to the Town Code are now in effect that were enacted upon the recommendation of the Code Update Committee after Public Hearings on the proposed changes.
The changes prohibit parking on the grass in residential areas and restrict driveway expansions.
MEALS ON WHEELS
Meals On Wheels, a program of Visiting Nurse Service of Rochester, delivers nutritious meals to homebound residents in Monroe County. Not only do these meals provide significant nutrition that can be adapted to meet special medical needs, but deliveries also serve as a check-in, giving peace of mind to family members who can’t always be present.
For more information about receiving meals, call (585) 787-8397 or visit www.VNSnet.com. To volunteer for Meals On Wheels, call (585) 787-8326 or visit www.VNSnet.com.