The Town of Corinth Board will not be meeting in person.
In accordance with the Governor's Executive Order 202.1, until further notice, meetings will be held via videoconferencing. The Town of Corinth will conduct a Town Board Meeting at 6:00pm on Thursday, January 14, 2021.
You will have an opportunity to see and hear the meeting live. If you have a computer, tablet or smartphone, you can register, log in and see the video and hear the audio of the live session. We will also have a dial-in number for you to call if you don't have a computer, or have problems with your computer's audio. INSTRUCTIONS TO ACCESS THE VIRTUAL MEETING: If you have a computer, tablet or smartphone, you can register, log in and see the video and hear the audio of the live session.
You can access the Zoom meeting at
And clicking on “Join a Meeting,” and enter Meeting ID 844 0577 2097 You can also call in to the Zoom meeting at 1 (646) 558 8656, when prompted enter Meeting ID: 844 0577 2097 and Passcode: 186067 On the evening of January 14, 2021, 5 minutes before 6:00pm, log in with your computer, tablet, smartphone or telephone. You will be placed on hold until the meeting starts. *Meeting ID, Password, and Zoom numbers will change weekly.
In order to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 VIRUS the Town Hall will be closed to the public until further notice.
The Town Hall will be staffed Monday -Wednesday from 7:30AM to 4:00PM and Thursday 8:00AM to 4:00PM. Friday----Closed
Town Clerk: Mon-Wed. 7:30AM to 4:00PM Thurs. 8:00AM to 4:00PM
Payments can be made by mail or in the locked drop box in the doorway at the front of the Town Hall, 600 Palmer Ave Corinth NY 12822 during regular business hours. For any in person services such as Marriage Licenses, Landfill Permits, handicap parking- permits, etc. you can schedule an appointment by calling 518-654-9232 Ext. 4
Building/Code Enforcement: Mon-Thurs. 7:30AM to 11:00AM 518-654-9232 Ext. 6
Planning/Zoning: Wed-Thurs. 12:00PM to 4:00PM 518-654-9232 Ext. 6
Supervisor’s Office: Mon-Wed. 7:30AM to 4:00PM Thurs. 8:00AM to 4:00PM 518-654-9232 Ext. 3
Town Justice Court: Mon-Wed 7:30AM to 4:00PM Thurs. 8:00AM to 4:00PM 518-654-9232 Ext. 2
Assessor’s Office Mon-Wed 7:30AM-4:00PM Thurs. 8:00AM-4:00PM 518-654-9232 Ext. 5
As always, we are committed to ensuring the safety of our staff and residents. Stay Safe and be well!
CASES ON THE RISE
Saratoga County officials provide update on pandemic Newly hired Saratoga County Public Health Commissioner Dr. Daniel Kuhles provided the latest update on the COVID-19 pandemic, Friday afternoon. According to Kuhles, as of Dec. 2, out of 1,771 persons tested, the county has a 4.2% positive rate. The seven-day rolling average is 4.0% and the 14-day is 3.2%, more or less on par with the rest of the Capital Region for that timespan.
The county has 75 new confirmed positive cases. On the whole, the county has 706 active cases. As of Dec. 3, there was one new hospital admission, with 17 hospitalized total, and seven patients in critical condition. The county has seen 167 total hospitalizations to date. Kuhles also spoke to what a vaccine would mean toward creating immunity from the virus. “Importantly here is that most estimates are that seven to eight of every 10 persons will need to be immune in order to control the transmission of COVID-19 in our communities,” Kuhles explained, adding that would mean approximately 173,000 Saratoga County residents would need to be vaccinated to reach immunity within in the community. Yet, while there is a vaccine, Kuhles cautioned it will take time to reach the general public and urged residents to adhere to public health safety precautions. “It’s going to take time to distribute [the] vaccine to get people immunized and so masks, social distancing and these other public health
measures are still critically important to stopping [the] spread,” Kuhles explained. “We have the tool we need now with a vaccine to stop this pandemic but we have to double down on these effective measures while [the] vaccine is deployed and distributed to everyone that wants it,” Kuhles continued.
According to Kuhles, Saratoga County is still awaiting guidance from the state department of health on whether or when they will potentially enter a designated micro-cluster zone. “When you go out in the public, we’re asking people at this phase in the pandemic to assume that Covid is there and take these actions that are simple to protect your health and that of your family and your community,” Kuhles added. The Saratoga County Department of Public Health Services also has a COVID- 19 county and municipal case dashboard tool for residents to view. To date, 188,335 residents have been tested and currently, there are 1,067 people either in isolation or quarantine. The total deaths by gender show 75% male and 25% female. Hospitalizations per gender display 59% male and 41% female. Confirmed cases by gender have 52% female and 48% male. Breaking down cases by race and ethnicity, 1,300 are white, 1,100 are other or unknown, 60 Hispanic, 58 Black, 39 Asian. Among the cases by workers, 88%
are listed as “other,” 7% are healthcare workers and 5% are essential workers. The age group with the highest total cases thus far is the 20-29 age range with 481 confirmed cases. The 60-69 age group has seen the highest number of hospitalizations with 43. Additionally, the 70-79 age range has seen the most confirmed deaths with 10.
Below are the confirmed case breakdown by municipality thus far:
• City of Mechanicville: 57
• City of Saratoga Springs: 324
• Town of Ballston: 106
• Town of Charlton: 37
• Town of Clifton Park: 524
• Town of Corinth: 21
• Town of Day: 7
• Town of Edinburg: 2
• Town of Galway: 29
• Town of Greenfield: 66
• Town of Hadley: 9
• Town of Halfmoon: 356
• Town of Malta: 172
• Town of Milton: 137
• Town of Moreau: 76
• Town of Northumberland: 33
• Town of Providence: 16
• Town of Saratoga: 32
• Town of Stillwater: 100
• Town of Waterford: 95
• Town of Wilton: 164
• Village of Ballston Spa: 40
• Village of Corinth: 5
• Village of Galway: 4
• Village of Round Lake: 7
• Village of Schuylerville: 19
• Village of South Glens Falls: 26
• Village of Stillwater: 19
• Village of Victory: 2
• Village ofWaterford: 22