Welcome to Neversink
The Town of Neversink came into formal existence by an act of the Ulster County Legislature dated March 16, 1798. It’s first supervisor, Henry Reynolds, was appointed by that same legislature. Prior to that time, early Neversink or “Neversink Country” as it was sometimes known was part of the Town of Rochester, Ulster County. It was 1809 when Neversink became part of the newly created Sullivan County. In 1809 Neversink included part of Denning, Fremont, Callicoon, Liberty, Fallsburg and all of Rockland townships. In a short period of time, other legislative acts changed property lines and the present boundaries of the Town of Neversink were established. Historical research is often made difficult because the Town of Neversink moved from one county to another and the boundaries kept changing. Official records may be found in Ulster County until 1814. Only then do records show up in Sullivan County.
Important Upcoming Meeting Date:
Claryville - Neversink
Community Wastewater Management Program
August 22, 2017 – 7:00 PM
Claryville Reformed Church Hall
947 Claryville Rd., Claryville
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
Supervisor Chris Mathews has called a Special Meeting of the Town of Neversink Town Board for Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 7:00 pm at the Claryville Reformed Church Hall, 947 Claryville Rd., Claryville, NY.
The purpose of the meeting is to address any and all questions and concerns pertaining to the Hamlet of Claryville Community Wastewater Management Program and any other business that may legally come before the Board. The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) and Lamont Engineering will also be in attendance.
Lisa Garigliano, Town Clerk
Dated: August 14, 2017
Please call Chris Mathews, Supervisor, Town of Neversink at (845) 985-2262 x-301 or John Mathiesen of the Catskill Watershed Corporation at (845) 586-1400 with any questions, concerns or to provide input if you are unable to attend the meeting.