As of next DOG LICENSING YEAR, OCTOBER 2018 TO JANUARY 31, 2019. The town will be able to register their Dogs online. Also, let them know that the last day to do so is January 31, 2019 and the licensing portal is only open on dates stated above. - Anna, Deputy Town Clerk

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Recent News

Thursday August 22, 2019

Due to the Labor Day Holiday on  9/2/19 the Planning Board business meeting has been rescheduled for the following Monday 9/9/19

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Monday August 19, 2019

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Thursday June 20, 2019

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Congratulations to Allaire “Larry” Pike Palmer

Allaire “Larry” Pike Palmer, a lifelong resident of Cornish, has always been a trusted, dedicated member of this community.  The list of volunteer work that she has done, and accomplishments she has made, is astounding!


Allaire represented our town on the S.A.D. #55 Board of Directors for 18 years. She also donated her time to serve on the Cornish Comprehensive Planning and Pike Hall Committees. With her common-sense approach and innovative ideas, Larry’s perspectives were valued.


Countless hours are spent, by the Cornish resident, as a trustee of the Bonney Memorial Library. She was chairman of the board from 2009 to 2017.


The Cornish United Church of Christ is another recipient of Allaire’s tireless energy.  She had joyfully served on all of the church’s committees throughout the years and, at various times, led them.


As an influential leader of the Ladies Guild (Cornish U.C.C.), Allaire was instrumental in purchasing the Odd Fellows Hall for the town ($1.00)! She then organized volunteers to donate paint and labor to restore it.


Recently, Allaire was deservedly awarded the 2018 “York County Spirit of America Award” representing Cornish.


Thank you, Allaire, for your endless support of our town!