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Town of Cherry Valley and Village Planning Board combined working meeting


Town of Cherry Valley and Village of Cherry Valley


Town of Cherry Valley Planning Board and Village of Cherry Valley Planning Board will be holding a working committee meeting on Wednesday, December 1st at 6:30PM to continue discussions about forming a joint Planning Board. 


This meeting will take place in the Cherry Valley Community Center Board room 2 Genesee Street Cherry Valley, New York 13320


Saturday, November 27, 2021                                                   Mary Beth Flint

                                                                                                       Town Clerk



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