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Henrietta Garden Club
Redesign of Town Website
Comptroller's Audit
Surviving Middle School
Tech Tutors at the Library
Spring is Here!
2014 Cabin Reservation Info
Employment Opportunities
Household Recycling Day 2014
2013 Final Assessment Roll
Passport to Family Wellness
POD Information Now Online!
What Happened at Town Board
We're on Twitter!
Henrietta Garden Club

The Henrietta Garden Club meets the 3rd Wednesday, except June-Aug and Dec at 6:45PM in the Riparian Lecture Hall at Rivers Run, 50 Fairwood Dr, 14623. Guests are welcome to join us for a free trial month. The April 16th meeting topic is  Live Organic, Love Organic, Think Organic with Grossman's "Organic Rick". www.henriettagardenclub.org, email henriettagardenclub@gmail.com or
call 889-1547.

 

Redesign of Town Website
In January we began the redesign of the town's website.  The new website will be more efficient, quicker and last but far from least, more user friendly.  Our target date for it to be up and running is during the month of April.
Comptroller's Audit
On January 24, 2014, the Town received the New York State Comptroller’s Office final audit report, “Financial Management and Purchasing” for the period of January 1, 2011-March 29, 2013. It was the Supervisor’s responsibility to develop a “Corrective Action Plan” in response to the report detailing how the Town will implement the recommendations of the Comptroller’s Office. Please click here to view the Comptroller’s Audit and the Corrective Action Plan.
Surviving Middle School

Making the transition from elementary school to middle school can present many challenges for children. The Town of Henrietta Youth Bureau recognizes these challenges and has created the “Surviving Middle School” workshops series to help both Girls and Boys develop beginning skills/tools to help them prepare for their transition into middle school.  The focus will be in areas such as: popularity, media messages, self-image, self-confidence and positive thinking.

Who: Open to all girls and boys entering 6th grade in Fall 2014
Girl's workshop:  Tuesday, April 8th AND Thursday, April 10th
Boy's workshop:  Tuesday, April 22nd AND Thursday, April 24th
Time:  6:00pm-8:00pm  *Each workshop consists of 2 evenings*

Registration deadline:  Friday, April 4th. 
To register - Call the Henrietta Recreation Department at 359-2540 

Tech Tutors at the Library

If you want to learn more about computers, the Internet, or portable devices, try our newly expanded Tech Tutors service. People of all skill levels can sign up for a one-on-one session with a staff member by calling us at 359-7092 or emailing us at hplinfo@libraryweb.org. We also have drop-in sessions available from 2:00-4:00 p.m. on April 4, May 30, and June 6. For up-to-date information on these and other programs, stop in or visit us online at hpl.org.

Spring is Here!

The Town of Henrietta Recreation Department has begun Spring Registration for Henrietta Residents.

Non-residents may register beginning March 10th.

 

For Spring Program Information click here.

2014 Cabin Reservation Info
Registration for 2014 use of the cabins and pavilions will begin for Henrietta Residents only on Monday, December 2nd at 9:00am in the Main Meeting room at the Town Hall.  All Non-Residents can begin reserving the facilities Thursday, January 2nd.  The fees for 2014 have not yet changed, $90 for Henrietta Residents and $165 for Non Residents.
Payment must be made at the time of registration.  Payment methods include: cash, check, Visa, Mastercard and Discover.  ID will be required for Henrietta residents.  A drivers license or utility bill with name and address will be accepted as proof of residency.
Employment Opportunities

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 employment@henrietta.org.

No telephone calls please.

Household Recycling Day 2014

Town of Henrietta in conjuction with Maven Technologies & Shred-Text Inc. is sponsoring Free Computer and Electronics Recycling for Residents and Small Businesses.

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 -  9am - 1pm,  DPW Building, 405 Calkins Road, Henrietta, NY

For more information, please click here.

2013 Final Assessment Roll

 

The 2013 Final Assessment Roll is now available. 

This will be the basis for the property taxes levied by the Town of Henrietta, Monroe County, and the Rush-Henrietta Central School District. Also, special district charges for the Henrietta Fire Department and the Henrietta Volunteer Ambulance, among others, are based on the assessed value of each property in the town.

Click on the link below to access this information.

2013 Final Assessment Roll

Passport to Family Wellness

Wegmans Passport to Family Wellness

And the Winner is:  Mrs. Gail Cardot of Henrietta, "Thank you for supporting & developing the "Passport to Family Wellness" project.  My neighbor, grandchildren & I walked the Henrietta trails last year. The kids loved looking for & doing the rubbings on the trails. It felt good to get out & walk & see parts of Henrietta we weren't familiar with.  It was a surprise for me to have my passport chosen to receive the Wegmans gift card.  A sincere thank you to both the Town of Henrietta and Wegmans for offering such a nice family program."  Congrats Gail!

To learn more about the "Passport to Family Wellness" and other town programs and services, call the Recreation Department at 359-2540.

POD Information Now Online!

The Town of Henrietta is working with officials at the Monroe County Health Department to create a Public Emergency Health Plan in response to a potential pandemic requiring dispensing of medications to the town’s 43,000 residents. In such an event the Town of Henrietta’s two POD (Point of Dispensing) sites would be opened....

Click here to learn more and sign up as a volunteer for this important initiative.

What Happened at Town Board

Town Board Meeting – April 16th, 2014, 7:00pm

-  Authorize Accounts Payable
-  Authorize Rochester Institute of Technology (R.I.T.) P.I.L.O.T. Agreement
    Extension –  R.I.T. Inn and Conference Center
-  Call for Public Hearing – Transfer of Facilities to Monroe County’s South Central 
    Pure Waters District
-  Authorize Supervisor to Sign Intermunicipal Agreement – County of Monroe – 
    Backup Generator
-  Authorize Supervisor to Sign Amendatory Agreement – New York State Snow and 
    Ice Agreement
-  Declare Items Surplus Materials – Parks/Highway/Drainage
-  Appoint Recreation Commission Member
-  Award General and Public Officials Liability Insurance
-  Call for Public Hearing – Proposed Local Law No. 1 of 2014 – A Local Law to Amend 
    Henrietta Town Code Chapter 109 Entitled “Ethics”
-  Appoint Members to Board of Ethics
-  Accept Report – 2013 Basic Financial Statements – Raymond F. Wager, CPA
-  Request Legislation from New York State Legislature – Property
    Taxpayer Assistance Program
-  Authorize Personnel Items

We're on Twitter!

That's right! Your favorite Town is now on Twitter and we would love for you to follow us. Town staff will work diligently to ensure we keep our residents up-to-date on the most recent events, weather emergencies, interesting facts, daily activities and overall happenings throughout the Town on a continual basis. 

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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.


To ensure your voice is heard, contact the state governor, your senator and assemblyman. For your convenience their contact information is listed below:

 

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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 Office
947 LOB
Albany, New York 12247
   
Assemblyman Harry B. Bronson
840 University Avenue
Rochester, New York 14607
 
 

Employment Opportunities

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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 employment@henrietta.org.

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.

Click here to read the full article

Upcoming Events

Fri Apr 18
Good Friday
Tue Apr 22 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting-Cancelled
Wed Apr 23 @ 7:00PM -
Zoning Board Meeting
Sat Apr 26 @10:00AM - 02:00PM
Earth Day at Tinker Nature Park
Mon May 05 @ 4:30PM -
Town Board Workshop
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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.

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