Part- Time Building Inspector: Help Wanted!
The Town of Plattekill is looking for a part-time Building Inspector, 23 hours per week. Duties include Building Inspections, Code Enforcement, Zoning and Storm Water Inspections.
Contact Tiffany at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 845-883-7331, Ext. 10, for more information and an application.
Sis Morse is presented with the “Pride of Ulster County” for 50 YEARS of Service in the Town of Platekill.
2023 Citizen of the Year
(2 Citizen of the Year Awards)
Willard Sutton is honored to accept Gunther’s award for Citizen of the Year and will in turn present it to Plattekill Police Department to display at their Station.
Willard Sutton, Jr., Congratulations! Thank you for your service!
2022 Citizen of the Year
BSA Troop 195 ~ Honors ~ Eagle Scout Projects
BSA Troop 195 gave the Town of Plattekill a plaque with the names of Boy Scouts that have completed Eagle projects within the town, The plaque is to honor the dedication of those young scouts for providing the town with an eagle service project.
Congratulations ~ Donna Hedrick
Newly Elected Town Clerk
Donna Hedrick was sworn in as Town Clerk at the Town Board meeting on January 2, 2020 by the Honorable Judge Maciocia. Congratulations and welcome aboard!
Congratulations ~ Irving Ellis
30 Years of Service ~ Happy Retirement!
Irving Ellis has worked for the Plattekill Highway Department for the Town of Plattekill for the last 30 years! In recognition of his lifelong dedication, on Wednesday December 6, 2017 the Town Board and the Plattekill Highway Department each presented Irving with a much deserved award.
The entire Town Board and Highway Department wish Irving a happy and healthy retirement! Thank you for your years of service and dedication to the Town Board, the Highway Department and the residents of our town!
American Flag Drop Box
The Town of Plattekill proudly announces the placement of an American Flag Drop Box in front of the Plattekill Town Hall. The idea came from a resident of the Town suggesting the need of a local drop off designated for ripped or tattered American Flags, to then be disposed of accordingly.
A 1958 mailbox was donated by the Laskowsky Family for just such a use. Once the mailbox was prepped for restoration, two Boy Scouts from our Town completed the process by joining forces on this most worthy community service project.
Patrick Leonard from Troop 70 & Dustin Colombo from Troop 195 worked together to paint the mailbox Red, White & Blue. Decals donated by Don Dubois, owner of Sign Designs were then applied.
American Flags of all sizes can be placed in the American Flag Drop Box to be retired respectfully. Stop by and see our little piece of history!