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March 2021

Highway MEO Position

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Town of Clarkson Highway Department
• Motor Equipment Operator (MEO) position
• Full-time w/benefits
• CDL preferred
• Two (2) years paid experience in the operation & mechanical repair of medium & heavy
motor equipment preferred
• Pick-up application at Highway Department (7am-4pm M-Th) or Town Hall (8am-4pm M-F)
• Fax application to 585-637-1142 or email to
• Deadline: Thursday April 15 at 4pm


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Junk Days for Clarkson residents only, at the Highway Garage

Saturdays: April 24 & May 1 from 8 am – 4 pm
Monday – Friday: April 26 – 30 from Noon– 5 pm

No Charge for  a maximum of 5 pick-up truck loads per Clarkson household.
Accepting electronic equipment, free except as noted below. **
Additional charge: car/pickup tires $2 each; large truck tires $10 each; large tractor tires $20 each; propane tanks-new $2 each; refrigerators/freezers $25 each; A/C units & dehumidifiers $10 each.

**TVs (old w/tubes) $10 each; monitors (old w/tubes) $10 each.

Household garbage, hazardous waste materials, boats or motor vehicles of any size are not accepted.

April 1: Highway brush trailer is available. Call Highway @ 637-1132 to make an appointment for drop off/pick up.
April 1 – November 15: Brush/leaves may be dumped off in designated area in front of Highway Garage 3623 Lake Rd.
April 26: Town-wide brush pick-up begins. Leave brush in 6’ lengths, parallel to the road.
April 26, May 3, & 10: Highway will pick up bagged (paper bags only) leaves at the road.
Year-round:  Brush & leaves may be dropped off at the Transfer Station, 3078 Redman Rd, Wednesdays: 2-7pm, Saturdays:8am-4pm. Permit not required for drop off in this area.

Questions?  Call Highway @ 585-637-1132

Rombaut Receives Clarkson Citizen Award

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At the February 23 Clarkson Town Board meeting Clarkson resident John Rombaut was recognized for his outstanding service to the community. Supervisor Filipowicz opened the meeting stating that she has known John for many years and have sought his perspective and wisdom on many occasions. This award was to be given to John last year but due to the pandemic, we waited until family and friends could also be present.

Councilperson Leslie Zink created the Clarkson Citizen Award two years ago as way to recognize a Clarkson resident that goes ‘above and beyond’ in the community. Zink presented this award to volunteer John Rombaut who was nominated for the award by County Legislator Jackie Smith.Smith wrote “I am pleased to nominate John Rombaut for Clarkson Citizen Award. John has volunteered in many capacities for our community. John was a past Fire Chief of the Brockport Fire Dept and continues to volunteer today as a member of the Brockport Exempts. John also, in the last couple years, has become the resident handyman for the Seymour Library. There doesn’t seem to be a job that is too small or too large for John to take on. His dedication and commitment to our community is selfless and appreciated by many.” In addition, John has been a longtime volunteer in the faith community.

This sentiment was also shared by Seymour Library Director Jennifer Caccavale who read letters of support from former library directors Carl Gouveia and Mike Boedicker. Each were grateful for the assistance John provided to them for various projects at the library. Zink, on behalf of the Clarkson Town Board, thanked John for his dedication to our community.