Sep 15, 2022 Submission to Philipstown Planning Board:
DRAFT SCOPE FOR THE PREPARATION OF A DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (DEIS)
Sep 15, 2022 Submission to Philipstown Planning Board:
Town offices will close at 12:00 pm on Friday, September 2, 2022 and will be closed Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, September 6th, 2022 at 8:30 am.
WATER EMERGENCY CONTINUES; CONSERVATION VITAL
Village of Cold Spring, 8/25/2022
Extreme drought conditions continue in our area. The Village’s water supply is at about 45% capacity across all three municipal reservoirs. It is critical that all users of the Village water supply strictly limit usage to conserve the supply for domestic and sanitary uses, as well as for fire suppression. VIOLATIONS WILL RESULT IN SUMMONSES AND FINES.
Additionally, fire risk is extremely high. The Cold Spring Fire Company reminds residents and business owners not to light outdoor fires for any purpose and to use extreme caution when undertaking activities like grilling food. In consultation with the Chief, the fireworks for Community Day on September 3rd have been cancelled.
As a reminder, the following water restrictions are in place:
- Use the minimal amount of water required for domestic and sanitary purposes. Keep showers brief; turn off faucets while washing dishes and brushing teeth, etcetera; skip toilet flushes when reasonable.
- Do not water landscapes and gardens unless your property has a private irrigation supply that does not draw on municipal water.
- Do not wash cars or buildings.
- Strictly limit refills on pools and/or hot tubs. Do not use sprinklers or hoses for water play.
- Business and industries must use the minimum amount of water reasonably necessary to conduct operations.
The phones in the Town Hall offices, including the Building & Highway departments, have been restored.
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The phones at the Town Hall, Building Department and Highway Department are currently down. If you need to contact someone at any of the offices, please email the appropriate office using the email addresses below:
Town Clerk – firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisor – email@example.com
Assessor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Building Department – email@example.com
Highway Department – firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to prolonged drought conditions the Village of Cold Spring has declared a state of emergency for public water usage. For more information, please click the link below.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION
SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a meeting held on the 4th day of August, 2022, the Town Board of the Town of Philipstown, Putnam County, New York, duly adopted a Resolution approving grant of title to and a temporary work easement on certain real property owned by the Town located on Sprout Brook Road to the County of Putnam, an abstract of which follows, which Resolution was adopted subject to permissive referendum pursuant to New York State of Town Law §64(2) and §91.
Abstract: The purpose and effect of the said Resolution is to approve grant of approximately 296 square feet of real property and a temporary work easement of approximately 171 square feet over a certain lot owned by the Town of Philipstown located on Sprout Brook Road in the Town of Philipstown, New York identified on the Tax Map as Section 83.17, Block 1, Lot 62. The purpose of the proposed conveyance is to allow the County to undertake repair and reconstruction work on the existing bridge on Sprout Brook Road over the Canopus Creek.
Pursuant to Town Law §91, said resolutions shall not take effect until at least thirty (30) days after their adoption; nor until approved by the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified electors of the Town voting on a proposition for its approval if within thirty (30) days after adoption of the said resolutions there be filed with the Town Clerk a petition signed, and acknowledged or proved, or authenticated by electors of the Town qualified to vote, in number equal to at least five per centum of the total vote cast for governor in the Town at the last general election held for the election of state officers, but which shall not be less than one hundred in a town of the first class nor less than twenty-five in a town of the second class, protesting against the said resolutions and requesting that the proposed sale of the said real property be submitted to the qualified electors of the Town for their approval or disapproval.
Copies of the Resolutions are available for public inspection on the Town’s website and at the Town Clerk’s Office, Town Hall, 238 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516 during normal business hours.BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN TARA K. PERCACCIOLO TOWN CLERK
Dated: August 8, 2022
This will be a 6-month pilot program at no charge starting Saturday August 13th. At the end of the 6 months, we will evaluate this and determine whether to keep this open at no cost or if there will be a need to charge for this, per item, as all other municipalities are currently doing. Items can be dropped off at the Philipstown Recycling Center, 59 Lane Gate Road, Cold Spring on Saturday’s from 9am – 3pm.
Items for Recycling:
- Portable/Laptop Computers, Monitors
- Printers, Fax Machines
- Keyboards & Mice,
- Telecommunications Equipment,
- Main Frames,
- Stereos & Radio Equipment,
- VCR / DVD Players,
- Air Conditioners,
- Space Heaters
- Metal – Non-Ferrous
- Cable Attachments
- Cell Phones & Telephones
- E-book Readers
- MP3 Players
- UPS/Battery Backup
*Accepts anything with a plug or a battery.
Thank you, Bob Flaherty, Deputy Supervisor, and the Town Board.
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