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Supervisor

Johnstown Town


Supervisor

Town


Affiliations

Glove Cities Rotary Club

Member


Meco Volunteer Fire Company Inc.

Secretary


Mohawk Valley Economic Development Corp.

Board Member


Town

Board Member


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www.leaderherald.com

GLOVERSVILLE - The long-awaited revenue-sharing deal between the city and the town of Johnstown is now official after it was signed by Mayor Dayton King and Johnstown Town Supervisor Roy Palmateer at a ceremony at Travers Diner Thursday.
"I personally think this is a major step," said Town Supervisor Roy Palmateer. King and Palmateer also officially signed an annexation deal. Gloversville Mayor Dayton King, left, and Johnstown Town Supervisor Roy Palmateer sign a revenue-sharing agreement at Travers Diner on Thursday.


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'We sold out of 60 pounds of fried dough by 5 p.m.,' said Roy Palmateer, of Meco.Palmateer is a member of the Glove Cities Rotary Club.There was a larger crowd attending airport day this year than in the past, according to Palmateer.'I think next year will be even better,' he said.


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Roy Palmateer, sales agent, is a retired supervisor for the town of Johnstown on the Fulton County Board of Supervisors, a member of the Community Heritage Corp. of Fulton County, the Gloves Cities Rotary, secretary of the Meco Volunteer Fire Company Inc. and a board member of the Mohawk Valley Economic Development Corp.
From left are Roy Palmateer, Karen R. Bischoffberger, Melissa Catania, Virginia Mackey, Gene Reppenhagen and Markie King.


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JOHNSTOWN - Citing heightened stress levels and health problems, town Supervisor Roy Palmateer has submitted his resignation to the town and the Fulton County Board of Supervisors.
Palmateer had been a Town Board member for at least 20 years before he was elected to a four-year term as supervisor in 2007. "It was kind of sudden," Palmateer said of his resignation. "But it was building for a long time." Palmateer said the stress was starting to affect his health this year, especially during the county's process of deciding whether to sell the infirmary. "It was getting pretty tough. My health was going down the tubes and the stress was getting [to] me," Palmateer said. "It's just not worth it for the little bit of money you get and all the grief you have to put up with." Palmateer, 67, has been retired for about five years from a job as a construction supervisor for a telephone company. He said his combined salary was around $24,000 from the town and county. Palmateer said he and his wife will travel to Florida for the remainder of the winter. "I think I'm just going to relax and take it one day at a time," he said. Palmateer said he was proud the town was able to keep its tax rate steady for the 2011 budget in light of a difficult budget season for municipalities across the state and officially sign a revenue-sharing deal between the town and Gloversville that had been in the works for years. Palmateer said he'll continue to be involved in community groups and events. He'll do a good job," Palmateer said.


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Town Supervisor Roy Palmateer said today he could foresee sharing road maintenance services and equipment in the future.
Palmateer said the town doesn't have many other services it could share with Gloversville. For instance, the town doesn't have garbage pickup; instead, town residents can purchase $5 annual permits to drop off garbage at the Fulton County Landfill or transfer station, Palmateer said.


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