Collins, NY is the southernmost town in Erie County, Cattaraugus Creek being the southern boundary line.
is accepting applications for
RECREATION SUPERVISOR & RECREATION ATTENDANTS
FOR ITS SUMMER PROGRAM
These positions are open to all area residents.
Must be High school graduate by June 30, 2018.
Preference given to Town of Collins residents
Applications are available Monday - Friday at
the Collins Town Hall, 14093 Mill St,
or on the Town Website (www.townofcollins.com).
Applications will be accepted until April 27, 2018 at 4 PM.
Dear Collins Elected Officials:
One of the most important duties here at the Board of Elections is to provide efficient service for the public on Primary & Election Days. This takes up to 3400 Election Inspectors on Election Days! We are chronically short; whether Republican or Democrat. PLEASE help us help each of you for your next election cycle by spreading the word for Election Inspectors. Each of you that have a Facebook page should consider this very successful appeal:
Erie County friends: Erie County needs Election Day Inspectors throughout the County. The only requirements are: 1). Be registered to vote; 2). Live in Erie County 3). Be a Republican or a Democrat. There is (1) 3 hour training class. You are paid $25 for the class and $170/day for each Primary or Election you work (5:30a.m to 9:30p.m.). Refer any questions to Ted Morton @ 858-4982 email@example.com. Thank you for your help; PLEASE SHARE!
Please consider posting this on any official page you have along with your personal page. Anyone that calls will be directly appropriately to the Democrat or Republican Inspector Coordinator. Thank you in advance for this assistance.
Collins, NY is the southernmost town in Erie County, Cattaraugus Creek being the southern boundary line. Collins was formed from Concord on the 16th of March, 1821; North Collins was taken off in November, 1852, leaving this town with its present area of about sixty-two square miles. It includes a large part of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, which extends north-westerly from Gowanda along Cattaraugus Creek.