Town Board Special Meeting- Friday, July 27th, 2018- 8AM at 16 Croton Avenue

Town Board Special Meeting

Friday, July 27th, 2018- 8AM

3rd Floor Conference Room, 16 Croton Avenue

Ossining, NY 10562



Special Meeting:

pdf 7-27-2018 Special Meeting Agenda (43 KB)

Household Recycling Drop Off Days - FALL 2018

Household Recycling Drop OffDrop Off Dates - Fall 2018
Sept. 29 - Material Recovery Facility 9am - 3pm
Oct 13 - FDR State Park 9am - 3pm
Nov 3 - Rye Playland 9am – 3pm

  pdf Download the flier with all details (128 KB)

What’s Accepted

HRD 2Properly labeled household chemicals, including:
Most Automotive Fluids – antifreeze, brake fluid, gasoline
Flammable Liquids – kerosene, butane, charcoal fluid, turpentine
Metal, Jewelry & Furniture Polishes, Wood Preservatives
Pesticides, Insecticides, Herbicides
Photography & Swimming Pool Chemicals

Other items, including:
Fluorescent Light Bulbs & CFLs*
Fire Extinguishers
Propane Tanks* (2, 5, 10 & 20 lbs.)
Batteries* – Auto, Non-rechargeable, Rechargeable & Button Cell (Alkaline and carbon-zinc batteries can also be safely discarded with the household trash.)
Car Tires* (maximum 10)
Mercury Thermometers and Thermostats*
Electronic Waste*– computer monitors, towers, peripherals, printers, TVs, faxes, radios, stereos, speakers
Appliances with Freon* – freezers, refrigerators, dehumidifiers, air conditioners
Expired or Unused Pharmaceuticals - prescription, over the counter, veterinary medication; keep drugs in their original containers

*Year-round disposal options are available. Call (914) 813-5425 for more information.

What’s NOT Accepted

Paint – Oil & Latex – harden paint and put it out with the trash. (Note: Rye Brook, Yorktown, and White Plains residents should put out hardened paint on bulk pick-up days.) A product called Waste Paint Hardener can be used to harden a gallon of latex paint in minutes; to harden oil based paint, add absorbent material, such as kitty litter
Motor Oil – take to a service station or motor oil retail outlet
Compressed Gas Cylinders – helium and oxygen tanks
Smoke & Fire Detectors – dispose of in trash
Explosives – flares, fireworks, ammunition
Medical Waste – hypodermic needles, syringes, lancets
Materials from Businesses, Schools & Institutions
Cell Phones, Phones, or Plastic Bags
Construction Debris

For disposal information about these items, call the Recycling HelpLine at 2-1-1.

HRD 4The Mobile Shredder will be available for residents only.

Bring your personal papers to be shredded on the spot, at no charge.

Each resident may bring up to four file boxes, approximately 10” by 12” by 15” in size.


Town Board Regular Meeting- Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

Town Board Work Session & Regular Meeting

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018- 7:30PM

Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility, 86-88 Spring Street

Ossining, NY 10562


The Regular Meeting will be preceded by a short Work Session.


Work Session:

1) Kemeys Cove Summer Project- John Cronin of Pace University: Discussion



pdf 7-24-2018 Agenda (87 KB)  (Updated 7/24)

pdf Voucher Detail Report 7-24-2018 (113 KB)



 pdfLocal Law #4 of 2018- Leaf Blowers (26 KB)

pdf Local Law #5 of 2018- Accessory Apartment Changes (148 KB)




Executive Session: Advice of Counsel & Contracts

Planning Board Meeting- August 1st, 2018


meeting of the Planning Board of the Town of Ossining will be held on:

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018


7:30 P.M. at the


John Paul Rodrigues

Ossining Operations Center

101 Route 9A

Ossining, NY 10562



Preliminary Agenda

·      Rayford Daverne & Sons, 52-1 & 52-3 Old Albany Post Road, Architectural Review, PUBLIC HEARING Continued


·      Village of Ossining Water Treatment Facility, 25 Reservoir Road, Site Plan Review,  pdf PUBLIC HEARING (28 KB)



Please visit the Planning Board Projects Page to view PDF copies of documents pertaining to the Agenda for August 1st.



The Town of Ossining is Seeking a Part-Time Clerk for the Town Court!





Applications are available online or in the Supervisor's Office at 16 Croton Avenue. Interested candidates should submit an application by email to Maddi Zachacz (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or in person at 16 Croton Avenue by 4:00PM on Friday, July 27th, 2018.


DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: Under direct supervision, an incumbent of this class performs a variety of clerical duties of average difficulty, requiring limited judgment and responsibility in the carrying out of prescribed procedures. Detailed instructions are received at the beginning of work and on new assignments, but regular routine assignments are performed more independently and some initiative and judgement is utilized as experience is gained. In the performance of tasks, the incumbent may be required to use standard office equipment. Supervision is not an aspect of this position. Does related work as required.


EXAMPLES OF WORK: (Illustrative Only)

  • Posts simple and routine data to departmental records and may compile or assist in compiling reports based on tabulations of posted data and simple arithmetical computations;
  • Receives and screens applications, vouchers or other forms for accuracy of content and compliance with procedural and regulatory requirements;
  • Sorts, indexes and files documents, reports, vouchers correspondence and other material;
  • Answers telephone, takes messages and relays information;
  • Makes and checks arithmetical computations
  • Furnishes routine information to inquirers at a public counter or over the telephone
  • May use computer applications such as spreadsheets, word processing, calendar, email and database software


REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND ATTRIBUTES: Familiarity with office procedures, including the use of simple office machines and filing systems; skill in filing, in posting to simple records, and in making simple arithmetical computations; accuracy in preparation and checking of records and forms; ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions; ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the essential duties of the position; ability to use computer applications such as spreadsheets, word processing, e-mail and database software; resourcefulness in locating information and compiling summaries of data from office records; tact; ability to get along well with others; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position. Spanish speaking preferred.


MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma.


NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, only experience gained after attaining the minimum education level indicated in the minimum qualifications will be considered in evaluating experience.


Supervisor Blog

Supervisor - Dana Levenberg

Dana Levenberg, Town Supervisor
phone (914) 762-6001
fax (914) 762-0833
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16 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY 10562

The Supervisor's Office is located on the third floor of the Town offices. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.