Please Help Support the Hull Family


Long time Gallatin resident and past Chairman of the Gallatin Fire Commissioners, Ed Hull's home burned down this past Thursday morning (here is the article). Ed and Deti have three young children. A gofundme was created to help them out. The Taghkanic Fire Co. is also organizing a fundraiser for the family this coming Saturday (see flyer attached). … {Read more...}

July Town Board Meeting Saturday July 23, 10AM – Gallatin Town Hall


Dear Gallatin Residents, Each year the Town Board  tries to schedule at least one meeting on a weekend to see our “ weekenders” or remote residents in person. During the pandemic we instituted digital zoom meetings,  which helped alleviate this locational problem; but we still like to hold the weekend meeting to see people in person who might not otherwise be able to physically visit Town Hall … {Read more...}

July 15, 2022 Update

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Columbia County Board of Supervisors Chairman’s Press Release July 15, 2022 COVID-19 CASES HOLDING STEADY COVID-19 cases COVID-19 cases for the week ending today held steady with last week, reported Columbia County Department of Health Director Jack Mabb. Total cases last week were 87, with 90 reported through noon today. Ten people are in the hospital, with one person in the ICU. As of … {Read more...}

July 8, 2022 Update


Chairman’s press release POSITIVE CASE RATE REMAINS CONSTANT COVID-19 cases As of Monday, per the CDC, Columbia County’s rate of new COVID-19 cases remains in the low risk category. On Thursday, the CDC-reported current average of new daily cases per 100,000 of population stood at 19.2. The positive test rate is 11.4 percent. According to Columbia County Department of Health Director … {Read more...}