Paula Mahan is currently serving her seventh term in the office. She is a longtime Colonie resident, a leader and a mother. Over the past twelve years, she has dedicated her life to standing up for Colonie residents while restoring high ethical standards, fiscal responsibility and efficient government practices.
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On March 3, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., the Town of Colonie, in conjunction with the Villages of Colonie and Menands, will hold a virtual public hearing via Zoom Meeting. The hearing will be for the purpose of reviewing program performance and obtaining the views of citizens on what projects should be included in the Town's 2021-2022 Entitlement Action Plan.
Individuals who would like to participate electronically through online video or audio-conferencing can access the electronic meeting through the link that can be found inside the public notice.
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Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
Supervisor Paula Mahan has announced that as of Monday, December 7, 2020, the Town of Colonie Municipal Buildings will be open by appointment only.
Anyone needing to conduct business with the town should contact the specific department and make an appointment. A list of departments and contact information can be found by visiting our website at www.colonie.org.
The Public Safety Building will remain open. Follow the regulations posted on the entrance doors to ensure everyone’s safety.
The William K. Sanford Town Library will allow a maximum of 15 people in the building for 15 minutes to browse and check out material and/or use an express computer. Curbside pickup is also available.
The town parks remain open to the public to use the outdoor trails. Anyone using the parks should adhere to social distancing and wear a mask while in the park.
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