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The Town Clerk serves as the chief records keeper for the Town. The Town Clerk's Office maintains the minutes for all Town Board meetings, the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Accessory Apartment Review Board, the Planning Board, and all other boards governing the Town. This office has records dating back from 1827 of town laws, resolutions, ordinances, and other town business in the original form and on microfilm.
The Town Clerk performs four basic functions that include records management, registrar of vital statistics, marriage officer and licensing officer.
Please check the Town Clerk's Forms & Documents page to view the applications, forms and documents that are currently available online for the Town Clerk's Office.
Note: A property owner can request property information directly from the Department of Planning & Development's Building Division for property they own. They must show proof of identity. Certified documents can also be requested, but can take up to two weeks to prepare.
FOILS, copies of the Town Code and the Fire Prevention Book can be copied for .25 per page. Copies of plans can be copied at $5.00 per sheet for regular sized sheet, with larger sheets costing more. Surveys cost $1.00 each. Records can also be transferred to CD or disk for $3.00 per disk.
Only the titled owner will be able to reclaim the vehicle:
Fees are based on the size and the number of axles a vehicle has and the length of time the vehicle has been stored.
Unclaimed vehicles can ultimately be auctioned off by the Town. Questions can be answered by the Abandoned Vehicle Office at (631) 893-1066.