Hwy/Dial-A-Bus Mechanic Position available. Must have valid CDL (B),current DOT physical, pass drug and alcohol test, able to work flexible hours as a mechanic, plow snow, work weekends if required and perform other highway duties as required. Commercial snow plow experience preferred. Must be skilled repairing gasoline or diesel powered engines. Pay rate is $29.13 per hour. Application must be received at Town of Monroe Hwy Dept, 87 Mine Road, Monroe, NY 10950 no later than January, February 1, 2019. Town of Monroe is an equal opportunity employer.

Anthony Roberts recently met with Supervisor Tony Cardone to discuss his Eagle Scout Flagpole project for the new town Hall. Supervisor Cardone notes, “Anthony is a respectful, kind, hardworking and energetic Boy Scout. He represents the future of our town, and the future of our country.  Highway Superintendent John Scherne and myself are looking forward to assisting Anthony with the needs for this awesome, creative  project.”

The Eagle Scout Rank and the Service Project

Service to others is an important part of the Scout Oath: “…to help other people at all times.”  Each year tens of thousands of Scouts strive to achieve the coveted Eagle Scout rank by applying character, citizenship, and Scouting values in their daily lives.  One of the rank requirements is to plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, school, or community.  Through this requirement, Scouts practice what they have learned and gain valuable project management and leadership experience. 

Source:  “Navigating the Eagle Scout Service Project-Information for Project Beneficiaries”

HOW TO ACCESS THE AGENDA / 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 the year you want, and then choose the meeting you want to view

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

Monroe-Woodbury Central School District families are invited to attend a free presentation by nationally recognized youth speaker Rohan Murphy on Wednesday, January 9th at 7 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. 

Murphy was one of the more than 100 speakers who were part of the M-W CARES Day in October. He has also presented to M-W Middle School students. 

Murphy's life story is a gripping tale of adversity, dedication and living life with a purpose.

Murphy, who lost his legs at birth, started to wrestle his freshman year of High School. After a successful High School wrestling career, he went on to wrestle at Penn State University. 

In addition to wrestling, Murphy is also an accomplished powerlifter, representing the USA in international competitions all over the world. 

The M-W CARES Committee is proud to present Rohan Murphy as part of its continued commitment to raising awareness of Compassion, Acceptance, Respect, Empowerment and Success.

Childcare and translators will be available at the free family event. If you require either, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To learn more about Murphy, watch a brief video at https://youtu.be/LjQC2izbG_E

Town of Monroe Supervisor, Tony Cardone recently participated in "Meet the Leaders" at the Albert Wisner Library in Warwick, New York.

Hosted by Altice, "Meet the Leaders" is an interview-style program that connects viewers to local leaders through insightful discussion on a wide variety of issues ranging from politics, business, the environment, arts, education, and more.

To view Supervisor Cardone's interview, please click the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKTmP9QUkZc