A committee of town residents, plus three Hartwick College interns, was formed in September to update the plan, the release said. Members have been discussing planning, zoning and economic development; infrastructure, roads, water, sewer and housing; community services, public safety and library; and parks, recreation and environmental concerns.
The survey seeks to determine how satisfied residents are with services and which other services might be considered, the release said. Questions are about water and sewer services, public safety, gas drilling, recreation and commercial, residential and industrial development. A section asks about how residents connect, such as through social media, and if the town is communicating effectively.
After the survey is completed, JZ Analytics will assemble data, and results will be presented at a town meeting, Harlem said. The project’s cost remains within the $25,000 set aside by the Oneonta Town Board, he said.
Nancy K. Deming of Hamden has been appointed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as chairwoman of the College Council at the State University College of Techology at Delhi.
The College Council is a 10-member panel, with members being appointed on a rotating basis, a media release said. The council is an advisory body for the college president, and the positions are unpaid.
Deming was appointed to the council Dec. 10, college officials said. The panel’s next meeting will be in the Farrell Student and Community Center at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 10.
Deming is a matrimonial and family lawyer with more than 30 years’ experience, the release said. She began practicing in New York City in 1980 and became a partner of Newhouse & Deming in 1985. She moved her practice to Delhi in 1992 and joined the Delaware County Bar Association.
Deming has served as a member and president of the Delaware Academy Central School District at Delhi Board of Education.
A Cooperstown business is participating in a fundraiser to help provide safe drinking water and new schools in Kenya, a media release said.