Given the current situation the Town of Tully offices will remain closed. This will be reevaluated on 4/17.   During this period we are checking Email addressed to the Town Clerk, Assessor, Tax Collector  and Town Supervisor as well as checking voicemail.  We are working on our approach to the April 8 Board meeting and will announce our plans once finalized.

Please take care hopefully this will be over soon.

Thank you
John Masters
Town of Tully Supervisor

A MESSAGE FROM THE TOWN CLERK

Due to coronavirus concerns, my office will be closed through

March 27th.  However, I will be checking my voicemails and emails regularly, so please call me with any questions or concerns you may have regarding town issues and services.

The town website,  www.townoftully.org, will also have information and updates.

Legal Notices

Local Law No. 2 of 2020 - Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Local Law No. 2 of 2020, Town of Tully, NY

Repeal of Local Law No. 1, 2018, Sections A, B, C, and D.

Purpose & Intent.  The purpose and intent of this law is to allow the Town of Tully to enter into posssible contracts for payment in lieu of taxes as allowed by the New York Real Property Tax Law, Section 487(9), and to reinstate any all exemptions from taxation for certain energy systems as allowed by RPTL Section 487.

Now, therefore:

A. Sections A, B, C, and D of Local Law #1, 2018, are hereby repealed in their entirety.

B.  This Law shall become effective on filing with the Secretary of State.  This Law will also be filed with the appropriate State agency as required by RPTL Section 487.

 

Announcements

Municipal Building
5833 Meetinghouse Rd.
Tully, NY 13159
(315) 696-4693

Final Assessment Roll

In the heart of Central New York, Tully is the home of beautiful natural landscapes and a warm, small-town atmosphere which emphasizes family and community. Our productive farms, top-notch school system, and numerous community activities make Tully an excellent place to live and work.

Tully can be reached by Interstate 81 (exit 14). Syracuse is about 18 miles to the north, and Binghamton about 50 miles to the south.