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If you are certain that there was no contact with a person or pet (for example, you saw the bat come into the house and never lost sight of it), close the room and closet doors, open the windows and watch the bat until it leaves.
The rooms 302, 304 and auditorium are scheduled through the Legislature office. Please call 753-5048 or e-mail the request to email@example.com
City of Cortland: 607-218-3300Cincinnatus: 607-863-4466Cortlandville: 607-756-2352Cuyler: 607-842-6335Freetown: 607-849-3988Harford: 607-844-3982Homer: 607-749-2326Lapeer: 607-743-3313Marathon: 607-849-6960Preble: 607-749-2377Scott: 607-749-3256Solon: 607-836-6036Taylor: 607-863-4120Truxton: 607-842-6984Virgil: 607-835-6587Willet: 607-863-3261
Bring the completed application for a Boat Registration and/or Title (form MV-82-B), completed Sales Tax (form DTF-802) or proof of exception or tax paid, proof of ownership, ID, and bill of sale to the DMV office. Your trailer must be registered as well.
Bring the completed application for snowmobile registration (form MV-82SN), completed Sales Tax (form DTF-802) or proof of exception or tax paid, proof of ownership, ID and bill of sale. ** Your trailer must be registered as well and a helmet must be worn.**
Any ATV driven anywhere in New York State, even solely on private property, must be registered (except those used only for agricultural purposes or private, not-for-hire snowplowing). ATV's can only be operated on public lands posted for ATV use and on private property only with the landowner's permission.
Bring the completed "Registration/Title Application" (form MV-82), completed Sales Tax (form DTF-802) or proof of exception or tax paid, proof of ownership (usually the mfr. statement of origin, bill of sale, or previous registration signed over to you) and ID. Insurance is required on ATV's unless driven solely on your own property. Be prepared to show proof of insurance upon request of a judge, police officer or a person claiming to have suffered injury or property damage.
Appointments are only necessary if you need your test read to you. To schedule an appointment for a written exam call 607-753-5023.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO: Be married, Be Young (many foster parents are grandparents and senior citizens), Be ready for a lifetime commitment.
No, fingerprinting must be completed through Identogo (https://uenroll.identogo.com or 877-472-6915) using Service Code 151HXZ.
No, previous fingerprints cannot be utilized for the Pistol Permit process. You will need to get fingerprinted, again. Schedule an appointment by calling 877-472-6915 or visiting https://uenroll.identogo.com. Use service code 151HXZ.
- Current Owner's Name or Person Calling- Tax Map Number - Address of Home (including the Town) - Location of driveway or structure- Which side of the road the property is on (N/S/E/W)? - Do you know the closest house number to the property and the owner's name?
Call your local municipality to find out who your local code enforcement officer is:
City of Cortland - 753-0872 Town of Cincinnatus - 863-4220 Town of Cortlandville - 756-4659 Town of Cuyler - 842-6335 Town of Freetown - 849-6372 Town of Harford - 844-9908 Town of Homer - 749-3364 Village of Homer - 749-3322 Town of Lapeer - 849-3808 Town of Marathon - 849-3455 Village of Marathon - 849-3812 Village of McGraw - 836-6294 Town of Preble - 749-3199 Town of Scott - 749-7907 Town of Solon - 836-6246 Town of Taylor - 863-3716 Town of Truxton - 842-6357 Town of Virgil - 835-6174 Town of Willet - 863-4877
Upon completion, the application must be mailed to the Board of Elections no later than seven days before the election or delivered in person no later than the day before the election.
Keep in mind that unless the oath is signed and the ballot is enclosed in the secrecy envelope, your ballot will not be counted.
This ballot, if mailed, must be postmarked no later than the day before election or, if personally delivered, must be received by the Board of Elections no later than the close of polls on election day, 9:00 p.m.
Some people refuse to sign petitions. Reluctance to sign petitions makes it difficult for potential candidates without strong political party backing to get the requisite number of signatures and run for elected office. Signing a petition is an important way to participate in the electoral process.
Some people sign candidates' petitions on a first-come-first-served basis, without regard for the candidates' political beliefs. This practice can result in you signing a petition for a candidate who doesn't share your political philosophies, and who may have goals in government you oppose.
The best way to participate in the petition process is to become familiar with the candidates before signing. If a candidate, or his/her supporter, whom you are not familiar with approaches you for your signature, you may ask some questions about the candidate's beliefs and goals. Then you will be able to make an informed decision whether or not to sign the candidate's petition.
Signing a petition does not obligate you to vote for the candidate in the Primary or General Election.
An absentee ballot will be sent along with an application form which you must then complete and return with your ballot.
Remember, unless you are eligible for a permanent absentee ballot or will be continuously absent between the dates of primary and general election, you must file an application for each election.
If you mail an application, it must be postmarked no later than seven days before the election for which you are requesting the absentee ballot. If you are delivering the application in person (or someone you have designated is delivering it for you) you may do so up until close of business (5 p.m.) the day before the Election.
Anyone who is permanently ill or disabled may apply for permanent absentee ballot. The Board of Elections will investigate the facts given and, if satisfied, will mark the voter's record "Permanently Disabled", a ballot will automatically be mailed for each election thereafter in which the voter is qualified to vote.
In New York State you may not vote in a primary election unless you are enrolled in the political party holding a primary. In this case, an absentee ballot would not be issued to anyone not enrolled in a party. You may enroll in a party at anytime, but be aware that any change is not effective until after the next general election.
Moreover, you are not obligated to vote for your party's candidate in the general election. In November, you may vote for any candidate from any party.