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Welcome to the Town of Cornwall's web site. The site is a work in progress. Our goal is to maintain the site providing pertinent, up to date information on a regular basis concerning happenings in the town. In the coming weeks, please feel free to email us with your thoughts or suggestions for the site. 

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Upcoming Events
: Town Hall Closed: President's Day
7:00 PM: Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting - Cancelled
1:30 PM: Planning Board Workshop
7:00 PM: Town Board Work Session
7:00 PM: Planning Board Meeting
Latest News
Supervisor's Affidavit Article 78 - Route 32 Wells
Supervisor's Affidavit Article 78 - Route 32 Wells - Click Here
Phone Scam Alert
Phone scam alert. 1-240-581-5881 is not legitimate Court action. Do not give your info.
Multiple Cornwall residents are reporting getting phone calls threatening legal action. The caller is automated and asks you to call 1-240-581-5881 or face court action. Do not give out your personal information. This is being investigated as a scam call by police.
Residents are reminded that the IRS, and other Federal agencies do not conduct business by phone and to never give personal information out over the phone to an unknown entity.
Inclement Weather Parking Restrictions
Reminder notice for residents - vehicles cannot be parked on town roads when 2 or more inches of snow has fallen until such time as the snow has been removed.
Update on Municipal Annexation Litigation
 On November 5, 2015, Supreme Court Justice Francesca E. Connolly granted a motion filed by the municipal petitioners to prevent the annexation of 164 acres of land in the Town of Monroe into the Village of Kiryas Joel pending the outcome of the municipalities’ lawsuit challenging the annexation as unlawful. The Court allowed the annexation special election on November 9th to proceed, but regardless of the outcome of the vote, prevented the 164 acres at issue from being transferred from the Town to the Village until the litigation is resolved. It is anticipated that it will take several months for the litigation to reach its conclusion.

The municipalities filed their motion to maintain the status quo (no annexation) while their lawsuit was pending and to avoid having to reverse changes that would have occurred if the annexation had taken place but was later found to have been illegal. The Court issued its ruling Thursday evening after hearing argument from the lawyers for the municipalities, Kiryas Joel, the Town of Monroe and the involved landowners on Thursday morning.
2017 Revaluation
Data collectors for the 2017 revaluation have started collecting data in the town on September 14, 2015. They are now on tax map #21 and will continue in tax map order. The Data collectors have finished collecting data in the Village of COH. They are now on tap map #46 in the town and will continue in reverse tax map order. We will update you of the status of the data collection as it continues throughout the town.
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