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town of lumberland new york


Town Clerk

Laurie Terry, Town Clerk


Michele Myslinski, Deputy


What is the role of the Town Clerk?

The Town Clerk is an elected position, serving a four-year term. The Town Clerk’s Office is frequently considered the center of the municipal government. This is the office that is responsible for recording the activities of the Town Board and their meetings and is the central place for all town records to be filed. The Town Clerk wears many hats.


The Town Clerk by law is the Records Management Officer, Public Information Records Officer, Registrar of Vital Statistics, responsible for issuing marriage license, filing death certificates, issuing conservation licenses, handicapped permits, dog licenses, permits for noise, etc. The Town Clerk may execute the Constitutional Oath of Office to all municipal officers serving them.

Lumberland Municipal Building

1054 Proctor Road
Glen Spey, NY 12737
(845) 856-8600 ext. 1210






Office Hours:

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm

Please know that we will be available to meet with anyone outside of our regular scheduled hours if you call us in advance for an appointment.



Town Clerk News

Attention Dog Owners




General Licenses:
  - Spayed/Neutered - $3.50 per year
  - Unspayed/Unneutered - $13.50 per year


Senior Citizen Licenses:
  - Spayed/Neutered - $1.00 per year
  - Unspayed/Unneutered - $3.00 per year


Replacement Tags: $3.00 per tag