A NOTICE FROM THE VILLAGE OF DOLGEVILLE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING 6:30 PM AT THE VILLAGE HALL ON OCT.6, 2008 TO CONSIDER LOCAL LAW NO. 2 OF 2008 WHICH AMENDS LOCAL LAW NO.3 OF 2005 RELATING TO SNOWMOBILES.LOCAL LAW NO. 2 OF 2008 PROVIDES FOR ONLY ONE AMENDMENT WHICH WILL ADD SECTION2(B) TO ALLOW LAWFUL SNOWMOBILE TRAVEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF WEST STATE STREET BETWEEN NORTH HELMER AVENUE AND THE OLD RAILROAD TRACKS TRAIL USING THE AREA BETWEEN ALL EXISTING SIDEWALK AND CURB IN THE VILLAGE OF DOLGEVILLE.  ALL RESIDENTS AND SNOWMOBILERS AND MEMBERS PLEASE ATTEND TO GET THIS AMENDMENT PASSED. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT.
 
                                                                                                                          SALISBURY RIDGERUNNERS  TRAILS COORDINATOR 
 
                                                                                                                                       RONALD BARNES
 
 
Proposed amendment 
LOCAL LAW NO. 2 OF 2008 
concerning snowmobile travel on 
State Street, Dolgeville . 

Click the link to read about the latest developements.http://www.littlefallstimes.com:80/news/x1272962539/Meeting-scheduled-to-discuss-amendment-to-snowmobile-law  Results of  meeting for snowmobile amendment. Thank you for your support!
 
At the board meeting monday night, Oct 20 2008 this amendment was passed by the village board. The law is from the bridge on state route 29 to the railroad bed on West State Street. Snowmobiles must ride in the street on the north side of the road all the way up to the railroad bed. The speed limit is 10 mph and there will be no parking of automobiles on the street from Dec.1 to March 31 and no riding after 2 am to 7 am. This will enforced by DPD. 
 Thank you for all your support and please abide  by the rules. When you see the village board members and the mayor and the police dept thank them also. Happy riding and see you on the trails soon. 
                                                             Your trails coordinator of Salisbury Ridgerunners,
                                                                                           Ronald Barnes