Route 134 Closure Update and Detour Instructions

 

As a reminder, the NYS Department of Transportation will be working on replacement of a culvert at the intersection of Route 9A and Route 134/Croton Dam Road beginning on Monday, September 11th (weather permitting), which will cause Route 134/Croton Dam Road just west of 9A to be closed until September 22nd, and possibly extended until September 29th.  As a result, traffic will be detoured.  Although this will be inconvenient for many of us, this work has been planned for many years, and will allow the Town Highway Department the opportunity to replace a stormwater pipe underneath the road without having to open it up ourselves. Once complete, this will be a win-win for everyone and we very much look forward to getting it underway.

 

Detour Instructions and Anticipated Closures for 134/9A -- September 11th - September 22nd/29th

 

Road Closing of Rt. 134 at Rt. 9A;    At Kitchawan Rd and Hawkes Ave.

            At Croton Dam Road at Feeney Road.

 

South Bound Traffic on Rt. 9A at Rt. 134 will not be able to turn right, alternatively:

            Proceed South on Rt. 9A to next Exit at Ryder Road

            Take Ryder Road West to Narragansett Ave, turn Right.

            Take Narragansett Ave to Croton Dam Road.

Or

Take Campwoods Road to Rt. 133 (Croton Avenue)

 

North Bound Traffic on Rt. 9A at Rt. 134 will not be able to turn left, alternatively:

            Proceed North on Rt. 9A to next Exit on Right for Hawkes Ave

            Turn Left and Proceed West on Rt. 134 (Hawkes Ave)

 

West Bound Traffic on Rt. 134 (Croton Dam Road) will not be able to cross over Rt. 9A, alternatively:

Proceed North on Rt. 9A take next Exit on Right for Hawkes Ave

            Turn Left and Proceed West on Rt. 134 (Hawkes Ave)

 

Croton Dam Road will be Closed from Feeney Road to Rt. 9A

East Bound Traffic on Croton Dam Road will end at Feeney Road, alternatively:

            Take a Right Turn on Narragansett Ave to Ryder Road.

            Take Ryder Road 500 feet to Entrance for Rt. 9A South Bound

Or

            Take Campwoods Road to Rt. 133 (Croton Avenue)

            Take Rt. 133 to Rt. 9A North or South Rt. 9A is at this Point or East on Rt 133.

 

West Bound on Rt. 134 (Hawkes Ave intending to go North on Rt. 9A)

            Continue as normal North Bound Rt. 9A Ramp will be open.

 

West Bound on Rt. 134 (Hawkes Ave intending to go South on Rt. 9A or East on Rt. 134)

At Dale Ave and Pine Ave Take Dale Ave to Narragansett Right Turn on Narragansett Ave to Ryder Road.

            Take Ryder Road 500 feet to Entrance for Rt. 9A South Bound

Or

            Take Campwoods Road to Rt. 133 (Croton Avenue)

            Take Rt. 133 to Rt. 9A North or South Rt. 9A is at this Point or East on Rt 133

Waterfront Concerts This Weekend!

 

Great news! We managed to get Marc Berger & Ride re-scheduled for this coming Friday evening (September 8th) at 7PM. This is not Marc's first time in Ossining-- he and his band have played for us in the past, and this is one show you should be sure not to miss. Marc has played Austin's SXSW Music Festival and the Kerrville and Falcon Ridge Folk Festivals, and has opened for some of the industry's greats including Bob Dylan. You will be instantly transported to the American West from your spot on the lawn at Louis Engel Park. Greecy Gyro will be there cooking their specialties, so don't waste time in the kitchen-- come eat with us!

 

 

One night of music not enough? On Saturday, September 9th, local band Jigsaww will perform in honor of their former band leader, Phil Ishmael, who passed away in May of 2016. The music, singing and dancing will begin at 6PM on the Louis Engel Park stage-- this is a free event, but please consider making a donation to benefit Phil's family. We hope to see you at the waterfront this weekend.

 

 

The Town of Ossining is Seeking a Seasonal Laborer for Dale Cemetery

 

The Town of Ossining is seeking a Seasonal Laborer to work at Dale Cemetery. The successful applicant will work under the direction of the Cemetery Superintendent for a period not to exceed 4 months, and may perform tasks including, but not limited to, the following:

 

  • Performing routine cleaning, maintenance and repair assignments
  • Loading/ unloading materials and equipment from trucks
  • Cleaning and operating equipment, supplies, and instruments in accordance with defined procedures
  • Digging and refilling trenches
  • Raking leaves and hauling away rubbish
  • Painting
  • Cutting grass by hand or with tractor driven mowing machines and cutting up felled trees

 

The successful applicant also must be able to follow oral instructions, get along well with others, understand and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the essential duties of the position, and be physically capable of performing the above.

 

The Town of Ossining Employment Application is available  pdf here (124 KB) , or at 16 Croton Avenue in the Office of the Town Clerk or in the Supervisor's Office. Please return completed applications to Maddi Zachacz in the Supervisor's Office at 16 Croton Avenue before Friday, September 8th at 4PM.

 

Town Board Special Meeting/ Public Hearing & Work Session- Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

 

Town Board Special Meeting/ Public Hearing & Work Session

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017- 7:30PM

16 Croton Avenue, 1st Floor Board Room

Ossining, NY 10562

 

pdf Local Law #6 of 2017 (Zoning Law) 8-18-2017 (221 KB)

pdf Local Law #6 (Zoning Law), Exhibit A (8-18-2017) (232 KB)

pdf 9-5-2017 Special Meeting Agenda (46 KB)  (Updated 9/5)

 

Work Session Agenda:

1) Sanitation RFP for 2018

 

 

All Board Meetings are televised LIVE on GO-TV, on Channel 78. Taped shows are repeated every Thursday at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Channels 78 and 18.

Watch the live webcast of Ossining Government Access Cablevision Channel 78 and Verizon Channel 43, including Town and Village Board Meetings, or stream them LIVE here.

The Spray Park is Closed for the Season

 

Due to the scheduling of necessary repairs, we will be closing the Spray Park at Louis Engel Park a few days early this year (normally, the Spray Park is open through Labor Day weekend.)

 

We are sorry to disappoint, but the Spray Park will be back next summer, better than ever! 

 

Thank you for understanding,

Dana

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Ossining, NY 10562

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