Clinton Town Government
Reports on Board and Committee meetings
(by Clinton United members)

Town hall:
1215 Centre Road
Rhinebeck, 12572
Town of Clinton Website

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 208
Clinton Corners, 12514
(845) 266-5853, ext. 102


Town Board
Meets second Tuesday
Barbara Joyce
Town Clerk
266-5853
TownClerk@TownofClinton.com

Member Position Contact
Jeff Burns Supervisor 266-5721 ext. 105
Mike Appolonia Deputy Supervisor 266-5160
Carol-Jean Mackin Secretary to
Supervisor
266-5721
Frank Venezia Board Member 266-5804
Dan Budd Board Member 266-5994
Dean Michael Board Member N/A

Planning Board
Meets first and third Tuesday
Arlene Campbell
Planning Board & Zoning Board Clerk
266-5704 ext. 115
PBZBA@townofclinton.com

To communicate with the Board one has to write a letter, addressed to all Board members, and sent to Arlene Campbell, the Board Clerk, at the Town Hall address
Member Position Contact
Michael McCormack Chairperson N/A
Eliot Werner Member N/A
Robert Marrapodi Member N/A
Arthur DePasqua Member N/A
Tresa Veitia Member N/A
Tracie Ruzicka Member N/A
Gerry Dolan Member N/A

Zoning Board
Meets fourth Thursday
To communicate with the Board one has to write a letter, addressed to all Board members, and sent to Arlene Campbell, the Board clerk, at the Town Hall address

Member Position Contact
Joseph Malcarne Chairperson N/A
Norma Dolan Member N/A
Karl Muggenburg Member N/A
Arthur Weiland Member N/A
Paul Trusz Member N/A
John Calogero Member N/A
William Gannon Member N/A

Conservation Advisory Committee
Meets Third Thursday
To communicate with the Board one has to write a letter, addressed to all Board members, and sent to Arlene Campbell, the Board clerk, at the Town Hall address
Member Position Contact
Sarah Love Chairperson N/A
Laura Austrian Member N/A
Jennifer Cavanaugh Member N/A
Mike Digiacomo Member N/A
Norene Coller Member N/A
Barbara Mansell Member N/A
Bill Martin Member N/A
George Sanderson Member N/A
Paul Thomas Member N/A

Features:

Clinton Town facts
Formed in 1786, Clinton was named for George Clinton, governor of New York during the American Revolution and later U.S vice president under Jefferson and Madison

2000 census
Total population 4,010
Square miles (land) 38.46
Population per square mile 104.27

Hamlets:
Clinton Corners
Clinton Hollow
Bulls Head
Schultzville
Frost's Mills (or LeRoy's Mills)
Pleasant Plains
Hibernia

Parks and Recreation:
Clinton Rec-Park
Friendship Park
Iroquois Park

Library:
Clinton Library, 845-266-5530

Historic Sites:
Creek Quaker Meeting House
Pleasant Plains Church
Masonic Hall

Parks/recreation:
Clinton Rec-Park, Clinton Hollow Road, 266-6721;
Friends Park, Salt Point Turnpike, Clinton Corners, 266-5721


For a larger image of this chart click here
For the full report http://factfinder.census.gov

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