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 September 26, 2018 is CANCELLED.
Thomas J. Sullivan
Town of Monroe Board of Ethics
Dated: September 24, 2018
Monroe, NY 10950
TOWN OF MONROE & VILLAGE OF WOODBURY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Joint Meeting will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Monroe, Orange County, New York, and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Woodbury, Orange County, New York on September 24, 2018 at 7:15 PM at the Town of Monroe Senior Center, 101 Mine Road, Monroe, New York 10950. This joint meeting is in regards to the Harriman Business Park Annexation Petition.
Dated: September 13, 2018
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN OF MONROE
MARY ELLEN BEAMS, TOWN CLERK
BY ORDER OF THE VILLAGE OF WOODBURY
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
DESIREE POTVIN, VILLAGE CLERK
A Rummage Sale will be held at The United Methodist Church located at 47 Maple Avenue, Monroe, NY 10950 on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 9:00am - 3:00pm.
HOW TO ACCESS THE AGENDA….The Town of Monroe is happy to announce that in 2018 we are launching Board Docs for our Town Meetings, Agendas, and Minutes.
Please follow the process below to access Board Docs. Thank you!
- Log into our website at www.monroeny.org
- Across the green banner just below the picture of the lake you will see an image of a leaf with the title “Board Docs”
- Click on Board Docs
- Under Meetings (center of screen) you will be able to view and print the Agenda for the current featured meeting
- To view previous meetings (click MEETINGS in the upper right corner)
- Click on 2018, and then choose the meeting you want to view
We are very excited about this new feature, and know you will be too!
HOW TO VIEW THE VIDEO FROM A PRIOR MEETING…
- Follow instructions listed above
- Click on the Meetings Tab in the upper right side
- Click on the year you’re looking for
- Click on the meeting you want to view
- Click on Watch Video
- Click on the item you want to view and the video will start playing at that point
Village of Monroe Founder’s Day will take place on Saturday, September 15th from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the Village. The event commemorates the founding of Monroe in 1741. The event includes a street fair that kicks off with a 5K race and continues with music, field events for all ages, food and fun!
MOMBASHA FIRE CO. 12TH ANNUAL ALL YOU CAN EAT WING NIGHT!!!!!
October 6, 2018
$17 COVER AT THE DOOR
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.
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.
Michael M. Grant
Manager – Regional & Community Affairs