Oneonta Fire Commissioners


Judge Mediating Dispute Between Town, Fire Board

Coccoma To Rule By Month’s End Judge Mediating Dispute Between Town, Fire Board By JIM KEVLIN • Special to COOPERSTOWN – State Supreme Court Judge Michael V. Coccoma convened a session between lawyers for the Town of Oneonta and the town Fire District commissioners at 3 p.m. today to see if he could mediate an agreement satisfactory to both sides on whether the fire district can dissolve at the end of the year as it intends. If the fire…


Town Acts To Keep Fire District In Place

Town Acts To Keep Fire District In Place Wood Seeks Time To Figure Out Next Step ONEONTA – The Town of Oneonta will appear before state Supreme Court Judge Michael V. Coccoma at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Cooperstown seeking to delay the dissolution of the town fire district until Dec. 31, 2019. After the town Board of Fire Commissioners voted Sept. 20 to abruptly dissolve, the town needs time to adjust, said Supervisor Bob Wood.  “If different commissioners were elected (the…


Oneonta Fire Commissioners Meet Tonight

Oneonta Fire Commissioners Meeting Planned For Tonight ONEONTA – The remaining Town of Oneonta fire commissioners, Johna Peachin and Fred Volpe, will have the regularly scheduled meeting of the Oneonta Fire District tonight at the Elm Park Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Additionally, former commissioner Don Lamanna’s resignation letter will be read at the Town of Oneonta Board Meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11.  …

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