MOMBASHA FIRE CO. 12TH ANNUAL ALL YOU CAN EAT WING NIGHT!!!!!

Monroe, NY

October 6, 2018

6pm-10pm

$17 COVER AT THE DOOR

BEVERAGES INCLUDED

CIGARS

50/50 RAFFLE

COME AND ENJOY

For the wings with Meat on the Bone come to Monroe. Voted best Wings in Orange County 8 years running. 

Refuse and Recycle Collection starting Monday September 3, Labor Day Week is as follows:

Monday, September 3 – No pickup

Tuesday, September 4 – Refuse - Village of Monroe and Village of Harriman

Wednesday, September 5 – Refuse - Town of Monroe

Thursday, September 6 – Recycle – Town of Monroe, Village of Monroe and Village of Harriman

Friday, September 7 – Refuse - Village of Monroe and Village of Harriman

Saturday, September 8 – Refuse - Town of Monroe

The above schedule applies only to the week starting September 3, Labor Day Week. Normal collection schedule for the Town of Monroe, Village of Monroe, and Village of Harriman resumes the following week.

Town of Monroe Budget Workshop Meetings
 
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that the Town Board of the Town of Monroe will be holding budget workshop meetings
on the following dates October 3rd & October 22, 2018 at 6:00pm to be held at the Monroe Senior Center
101 Mine Rd, Monroe.
 
Dated: September 26, 2018 BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD
OF THE TOWN OF MONROE
MARY ELLEN F. BEAMS

August 20, 2018

Anthony Cardone Supervisor

Town of Monroe

1465 Orange Turnpike

Monroe, NY 10950

Dear Supervisor Cardone,

At Orange and Rockland Utilities we’re working hard to ensure that our electric distribution lines are properly maintained. Because interference from tree limbs is the single most frequent cause of power outages, periodic tree maintenance along overhead electric distribution wires is critically important in reducing potential power outages.

We’ll soon be conducting such work in the Town of Monroe and I want to keep you informed of our planned activities.

As you may know, distribution lines carry electricity from the overhead lines along the streets to homes and businesses. To reduce the danger and inconvenience associated with power outages, our Distribution Line Clearance Program calls for us to cut back trees that are touching lines or which have the potential to interfere with the wires. At the same time, we remove dead trees and underbrush. Our work crews will make every effort to be in and out of the area as quickly as possible. Since this type of work is now performed on a four-year cycle, any neighborhood included this year won’t be visited again for routine upkeep (except in emergencies) for approximately four years.

We want you to know our current schedule for distribution line tree maintenance. Beginning on or about September 2, 2018, and continuing for approximately four (4) weeks, we’ll perform tree trimming and removal work along the following streets: Cromwell Hill Road, Quaker Hill Road, Lakes Road, Round Lake Terrace, Cedar Cliff Road, Park Terrace, Dug Road, Walton Terrace, Mountain Avenue, Osseo Park Road, Rye Hill Road, Lundlam Road, East Mombasha Road, Route 17M, Route 208, Orange and Rockland Road, Oreco Terrace, and associated side streets. Nelson Tree Service, under our supervision, has been contracted for this purpose.

Residents will be contacted via letter to be apprised of the program trimming.

We will, of course, notify you immediately if this schedule changes or if further distribution line clearance work is necessary. If you would like to meet to discuss the work in more detail, or if you have any questions, please call me at 845-783-5480.

                                                                                    Sincerely,

                                                                                    Michael M. Grant

                                                                                    Manager – Regional & Community Affairs

NOTICE

TOWN OF MONROE

The Town of Monroe Planning Board Workshop Meeting Scheduled for September 13, 2018 at 7:00 PM location has been changed and will be held at the Monroe Theater at Studio 6.

Thank you.

Planning Board Chairwoman

JULY

Monday:  8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Friday:  8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

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AUGUST

Monday:  8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Tuesday:  8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Wednesday:  8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Thursday:  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Friday:  CLOSED

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CLOSED FOR FEDERAL HOLIDAY

SEPTEMBER 3

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Ethics Board of the Town of Monroe, New York as follows:

                The Town of Monroe Ethics Board meeting for August 22, 2018 is CANCELLED.

 

Thomas J. Sullivan

Chairman

Town of Monroe Board of Ethics

 

Dated: August 21, 2018

                Monroe, NY 10950

The 5th Annual Monroe Pediatrics Pie in the Face Fundraiser for Pediatric Cancer to benefit The Truth 365 will take place on Saturday, September 15th at 2 p.m. at Monroe Pediatrics, located at 70 Gilbert Street in Monroe.  Over the past 4 years, over $10,000 has been raised.  Attendees who make a donation are allowed to throw a whipped cream pie in the face of one of the 6 doctors of the Monroe Pediatrics practice in the spirit of fundraising and fun!

o     All proceeds are donated to The Truth 365, the Emmy Award-Winning grass-roots documentary film and social media campaign that gives a voice to all children fighting all forms of cancer. Their mission is to shine a light on the state of childhood cancer research funding by uniting the childhood cancer community, members of Congress, top pediatric oncologists and several of the country’s most influential celebrities. 

o     Cancer kills more than 2,500 children in our country every year. Though these numbers are significant, the potential market is too small to attract the attention of private industry. This makes the role of the taxpayer-funded National Cancer Institute (NCI) especially critical yet approximately 4% percent of its annual budget is dedicated to childhood cancer.  Monroe Pediatrics believes ALL children are #worthmorethan4.

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Please note...the Boat House will be closed today Tuesday, August 21, 2018, and will re-open tomorrow. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.

Round Lake Boat Rentals: 212 Lakes Road, Monroe, NY 10950

Open Daily June 23rd - September 3rd (12:00pm - 7:00pm) Last rental goes out (6:00pm) one hour before closing 

 

 Paddle Boards

**NEW** Blue Paddle Boards
(1 person)
$20.00 Per Hour/each Paddle Board
Last rental goes out
one hour before closing
(6:00pm)

       
 White Swan Boats
(5 people or less)
$20.00 per hour/each Boat
Last rental goes out one hour before closing
(6:00pm)
Row Boats
(3 people or less)
$15.00 per hour/each Boat
Last rental goes out one hour before closing
(6:00pm)
Blue/Yellow Paddle Boats
(4 people or less)
$20.00 per hour/each Boat
Last rental goes out one hour before closing
(6:00pm)

 

                                 
   Yellow and Red Water Trikes
(2 people)
$15.00 per hour/each Trike
Last rental goes out one hour before closing
(6:00pm)
 
Yellow Kayaks 
(1 person)
$15.00 per hour/each Kayak
Last rental goes out
one hour before closing
(6:00pm)

 

Town of Monroe - Alex Smith Pavilion Boating Rules & Regulations

1. Use of facilities are at your own risk. DO NOT enter boats unless instructed to do so by attendant.

2. Individuals renting a boat MUST be 18 years of age or older. NO children under 4 years of age and/or under 39" tall are permitted on boats, even if accompanied by a parent. 

3. Indiuviduals 16 or 17 years of age wishing to rent either a Paddle Board or Kayak MUST fill out waiver (see below). Parent or legal guardian MUST additionally sign form.

4. Inividuals renting boats MUST be a Town Resident with proof of residency (Town of Monroe resident card, Smith's Clove Park ID card, or Drivers License).

5. Individuals renting boats MUST wear a life jacket at all times.

6. NO standing is permitted in any boat except to load or unload at the dock.

7. NO boats are permitted to land at any area other than the dock. Boats must avoid contact with other boats.

8. GUEST POLICY AT BOATHOUSE - Residents are permitted up to 4 guests each, of which up to two may be non-resident. Town of Monroe residents will always be given preference over non-residents. Proof of residency is required. (license, utility bill, tax bill) Non-residents will pay $5.00 additional per person plus the cost of the rental boat. **Example - a Paddle Board will cost $20 + $5 = $25 OR Yellow Paddle Board plus 2 non-residents - $20 + $10 = $30. The personnel at the boathouse will determine the availability of renting to non-residents based on attendance and daily rental history. THERE WILL BE NO NON-RESIDENT RENTALS ON FRIDAY'S, SATURDAY'S, OR SUNDAY'S.

9. Maximum safe occupancy for each boat will be at the attendant's discretion.

10. ALL BOATS are rented on a first come first serve basis at a maximum rental period of 2 hours unless otherwise authorized by attendant. The attendant reserves the right to limit rental time to 1 (one) hour.

  

  

           

11. A life jacket deposit of $5.00 per occupant will be required or a drivers license can be held until the life jacket is returned.

12. All prices include New York State Sales Tax.

13. RENTAL FEES are listed below.

14. NO REFUNDS  will be given - However, if the attendant must call in the boats due to an electrical storm or severe sudden rain, rain checks will be given upon request for the unused time. Attendant's instructions must be followed at all times.

15. SWIMMING IS PROHIBITED - Unruly behavior 
by boating occupants will result in the immediate 
termination of boating privelages and forfeiture of all fees paid.

16. Fishing - Is PROHIBITED from Paddle Boats.

17.  ALL BOATERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR 
RETURNING THE BOATS TO THE DOCK WITHIN THE RENTAL PERIOD. BOATERS WHO DO NOT OBSERVE THIS RULE WILL BE CHARGED AN EXTRA FEE EQUIVALENT TO THE HOURLY RATE.

18. ALL BOATERS MUST SIGN LIABILITY RELEASE FORM. (see links below for proper form)           

CLICK ON THE PROPER LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE LIABILITY RELEASE FORM
Liability Release Form - Boat House

Paddle Board - Kayak Liability Release Form

 

Please note.....the next treatment scheduled for Round Lake will be on August 23, 2018.