Village of Marcellus Receives $600,000 Sewer Consolidation Grant
"The residents of the Marcellus community are extremely pleased with
the news that the Village has been awarded a Local Government
Efficiency Grant in the amount of $600,000. The Village sewage
collection and treatment system is one of its most valuable assets
and this grant will enable the Village to:
Stormwater Management Program
The Village of Marcellus is required to prepare a Stormwater Management Annual Report as
part of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Municipal Separate
Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) Permit.
The purpose of the MS4 permitting requirements is to prevent stormwater from adversely
affecting surface water bodies. An overview of last year’s activities as well as plans for this
upcoming year is included within the report.
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This site last updated: May 10, 2013
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New York, Established 1853
It is an excellent example of how the State of New York has responded to the needs and a very
real concern of a small municipality. The Marcellus community is most grateful.
Advantages of Independent System Local ownership means control over:
1. reduce inflow and infiltration into our sewage collection system,
2. identify and prioritize defects in the system, largely through an
expanded televising procedure
3. make significant structural repairs to an aging system, some of which dates back to the 1930s
4. implement a centralized maintenance program that will benefit all sewer users, Village, Town,
5. keep sewer service costs under control
6. bring about greater efficiency and operation
7. meet new and seemingly ever-changing DEC requirements and/or recommendations
8. attract new development to the community by having more sewer service available
9. meet a major goal of the County Executive and the County’s Sustainability Program -
maintain and improve infrastructure in those communities where it already exists
The Village of Marcellus and its Board of Trustees welcome you
Code of the Village of Marcellus
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VILLAGE OF MARCELLUS
County of Onondaga and State of New York, has duly received the tax roll and warrant for
the collection of taxes within the Village of Marcellus for the fiscal year 2013-2014 and
will attend at the Village Clerk’s Office, 6 Slocombe Avenue, in said Village of Marcellus
from June 1, 2013 to October 31, 2013 from 9:00am until 4:30pm on each day except
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays for the purpose of receiving the taxes on said roll.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that taxesmay be paid on or before July 1, 2013 without interest.
On all taxes after such date, there shall be added interest for each additional month
until taxes are turned over to the County Treasurer. The Village Treasurer is authorized
to accept up to four partial paymentsof any amount of the total current year due with
no arrears. A five percent penalty will be charged for the first month and an additional
penalty of one percent for each month or part thereof from August 1, 2013 until October 31,
2013. If taxes are unpaid as of August 17, 2013, a second notice due will be processed and
an additional charge of $1.00 will be levied and become a part of the amount due.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that pursuant to law the tax roll of the Village of Marcellus, will be
returned to the County Treasurer of the County of Onondaga on the 1st of November, 2013.
Antonino J. Provvidenti
Village of Marcellus
Proposed Marcellus Village Creek Walk
Design studies began for an overall project extending northerly from
the Town of Marcellus Park along Nine Mile Creek to Mustang Drive,
near Marcellus High School. Since the initial designs were created, alignments have been altered, and the project has now been divided
into a Southern Segment and a Northem Segment.
Read the project details here
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