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  1. Glenmont Roundabout Project – Minor Utility Identification Work to Begin Thursday, May 20.

    Beginning Thursday, May 20th, for a period of two days, Rifenburg Construction will perform test pits at the intersection along Glenmont Road and the northern leg of Route 9W. Read on...
  2. Ethics Board Meeting – May 18 at 8 AM “via Zoom”

  3. Help Wanted - Seasonal Compost Facility Cashier/Attendant

    The Highway Department is seeking to hire a Compost Facility Cashier/Attendant, who is at least 18 years of age. The position is 40 hours per week, Tuesday through Saturday through 7/2 and 8 hours per week (Saturdays only) 7/3 through late-October. Read on...
  4. Asbestos removal at Town Hall

    Asbestos abatement will begin on Monday, May 10 and is expected to last approximately 2-3 weeks. The front door and the first side entrance will be closed, use the side entrance toward the back. Some parking spaces will be unavailable during this time. Read on...
  5. Help Wanted - Senior Network and Systems Technician for BPD

    The Town of Bethlehem Department Police Department is seeking candidates for the position of Senior Network and Systems Technician. Read on...
  6. Help Wanted - Confidential Secretary to the Town Supervisor

    Prior Executive Secretary experience is preferable. Requires High School Diploma and five years of experience in secretarial or clerical work. This is an exempt position which does not require an Albany County Civil Service exam. Read on...
  7. Town Board Votes to Approve Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative Plan

    The Bethlehem Town Board voted unanimously to approve its Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative Plan on March 24, 2021. Read on...
  8. Reducing Human-Bear Conflicts

    Remove bird feeders between April 1 - November 30. Bear nuisance complaint records reveal that bird feeders are involved in over 80% of the bear problems around homes. Take responsibility for your safety & encourage your neighbors to do the same! Read on...
  9. Local COVID-19 vaccinations

    Local COVID-19 vaccinations are being coordinated by the State and Albany County. Read on...
  10. Change in Parks and Recreation Credit Card Fees

    For the Parks and Recreation Department, effective January 1, 2021, all credit card purchases will include a 3.25% transaction fee. Read on...
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