Marshall Town Hall
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2019 Trash Days - May 2, 3, 4
Trash days for residents of the Town of Marshall outside the Village of Waterville will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 2019. Our hours of operation will be from 7:00 am - 3:30 pm. At this time, you will be able to bring your trash to the town barn and employees will be there to direct you. You will need to bring an item indicating your address (ex. driver's license, mail, etc).
Can Bring - Televisions, mattress, stuffed furniture, wooden furniture, bicycles, lawn mowers, fiberglass insulation, plasterboard, shingles, small appliances, empty and dry paint cans, stoves, washing machines and dryers.
Cannot Bring - Thinner cans, oil or gasoline containers, toxic chemical containers, asbestos, garbage, farm machinery, green waste, automobiles, refrigerators, tires, freezers, air conditioners.
For more information, please call the Town Highway Department - 315-841-8051 or 315-794-3852.
GREEN WASTE PICK UP
The Town of Marshall will be picking up green waste, outside the Village of Waterville, the last Monday of each month, April through October. Leaves, grass and flower clippings must be put in biodegradable bags. Residents who have green waste to be picked up should call the Town of Marshall Highway Garage at 315-841-8051 or 315-794-3852 and leave a message including your name and road you live on. If you have a tree or hedgerow removed, it is your responsibility to clean it up. No stumps or logs will be picked up, no exceptions. NOTE: There will be no green waste pick up on Monday, May27th, due to the holiday. Green waste will be picked up Tuesday, May 28th instead.
CITIZENS OF THE TOWN OF MARSHALL
The Town is now seeking a person to fill a vacancy on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Your responsibility will be to seek a balance between the rights of a property owner and the rights of other property owners as set out and protected by the Town's Zoning Code. You will be expected to attend a monthly meeting at the Town Hall in Deansboro, and participate in a four-hour annual training. The appointment is for a five-year term and there is a small annual stipend.
Please consider serving your community as a member of the ZBA. You may contact me with your questions. You will find more information about the ZBA on the Town website: www.townofmarshall.com
David Georgius, chair
Town of Marshall Zoning Board of Appeals
Tax Rolls and Tentative Assessment
Click on the link below to view the 2018 Tentative Roll for the Town of Marshall