Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mayor McCoy Announces Hatch Hill Road Closure

Mayor Jason L. McCoy today has announced that Hatch Hill Road, between Brandy Hill Road and Dockerel Road, will be closed to through traffic for road reconstruction, beginning on Tuesday, September 20, 2011. The reconstruction project is expected to last … Continue reading

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Mayor McCoy, Town of Vernon Hold 9/11 Moment of Remembrance

Mayor Jason L. McCoy and the Town of Vernon yesterday held a National Moment of Remembrance on the steps of Vernon Town Hall to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The ceremony began at … Continue reading

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Mayor McCoy Statement on the Ten Year Anniversary of 9/11

Mayor Jason L. McCoy today issued the following statement in regard to the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001: “Today we remember those whose lives were taken in the terrorist attacks on American freedom ten years ago. The events of … Continue reading

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Mayor McCoy, Town of Vernon to Hold 9/11 Moment of Remembrance

On Sunday, September 11, 2011, Mayor Jason L. McCoy and the Town of Vernon will join the United States Senate in a National Moment of Remembrance. All residents are invited to join Mayor McCoy and members of the community on … Continue reading

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Mayor McCoy, Town Council Waive Open Burning Permit Fee

Mayor Jason L. McCoy and the Vernon Town Council at a special meeting yesterday approved a fee waiver for open burning permits. The temporary fee waiver is expected to help residents in need of clean-up from accumulated tree debris resulting … Continue reading

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Mayor McCoy Reminds Residents with Irene-Damage to Register with FEMA

Mayor Jason L. McCoy today is reminding residents with Irene-related damage who are seeking federal assistance to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). “In tandem with federal and state officials, I am reminding residents today who are seeking … Continue reading

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Mayor McCoy Statement on Labor Day

Mayor Jason L. McCoy today issued the following statement regarding Labor Day: “Today, we celebrate and honor the hard working men and women who have made our town, state, and country the greatest that the world has ever known. The … Continue reading

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