Politics & Government

Zoning code reform, sewer & bridge infrastructure top Majestic’s 2020 priorities for Gardiner

Zoning code reform, sewer & bridge infrastructure top Majestic’s 2020 priorities for Gardiner

Issues that most urgently need addressing in 2020, in her view, begin with fixing the gaps, contradictions and vague terminology in the Zoning Code that have hindered town officials’ ability to regulate short-term rentals and other tourist accommodations, as well as replacing a decrepit, dangerous bridge on Clove Road and scoping out how to enhance the capacity of the sewer infrastructure in the Gardiner hamlet.

Town of Lloyd Police Chief Daniel Waage announces retirement

Town of Lloyd Police Chief Daniel Waage announces retirement

After seven years at the helm of the Town of Lloyd Police Department, Chief Daniel Waage announced that he will be retiring from law enforcement effective January 31. Chief Waage has served the Town of Lloyd community during his 25-year tenure in several different facets of the police department including the following positions: Dispatcher, police officer, sergeant and police chief.