The Town of Ossining – Running it like a Business
The Town of Ossining, like all municipalities these days, is a busy place. However, many functions that we now perform do not require a full-time employee for various reasons. In fact, there are times in almost every department that some of the office staff sees lower work volume. In the era of the Tax Cap, it is essential that every municipality review the tasks of each individual to ensure that we have the proper level of staff on hand to properly service the residents and commercial property owners. Cross-training and sharing of staff between departments allows a municipality to have enough coverage in busy times and reduce employee downtime while other departments could use the help.
May 26th, 2015- 7:30PM
Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility
86-88 Spring Street, Ossining, NY 10562
The Stipulation of Discontinuance for the Village of Briarcliff Manor V. the Town of Ossining is now available to view here, along with the resolution from the Village of Briarcliff Manor, adopted on May 6th, 2015.
We look forward to moving past the issue of annexation and working jointly with the Village of Briarcliff on other initiatives in the future.
Please see the Comprehensive Plan section on the Projects Page for a clean version of all of the changes made to the Town of Ossining Comprehensive Plan. There are 7 sections (Community Appearance, Environmental Resources, Residential, Parks and Recreation, Community Services and Facilities, Transportation, and Future Development and Redevelopment) and a Vision Statement.
These documents have aso been referred to Westchester County, as well as the Town Planning Board and Town EAC, for their review and comment.
On the same page, you can also see the Action Plan for the Comprehensive Review Plan Update, including upcoming deadlines and meetings and what we've done so far.
A short Special Meeting will follow the Work Session (updated 5/18)