- Last Updated: 05 November 2018 05 November 2018
Town Board Work Session
WEDNESDAY, November 7th, 2018- 7PM
1st Floor Boardroom, 16 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY 10562
1) pdf Solar Code Local Law (262 KB) - Discussion
2) Review of Project Forward! Results- Michael Conte, M. Conte Consulting
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- Last Updated: 31 October 2018 31 October 2018
Town Board Special Meeting
Thursday, November 1st, 2018- 8:30AM
Town/Village Hall, 3rd Floor Conference Room
16 Croton Avenue, Ossining NY 10562
- Last Updated: 29 October 2018 29 October 2018
The road to the Cedar Lane Dog Park will be closed to cars until Monday, November 5th, due to the Forest O' Fears Haunted Hayride being rescheduled for this Friday, November 2nd. The Cedar Lane Dog Park can still be accessed on foot, just park on the field or by the Cedar Lane Arts Center and take a stroll with your furry friend up to the park. Thank you for your patience!
- Last Updated: 30 October 2018 30 October 2018
We ended this week with some shocking and sad news-- very late Thursday evening, we were informed that Town of Ossining Court Officer Mario Conte passed away very suddenly. Mario was a huge part of the Ossining community-- aside from his work with the Town, he was a local business owner, a 30+ year Village of Ossining Auxiliary Police Officer, a volunteer firefighter, and he worked alongside OVAC, in addition to being a committed family man, a dependable neighbor, and a generous friend. Mario will be a huge loss to our staff and our community, and our hearts are with his family during this incredibly sad time. Court offices will be closed on Monday between 9AM and 12:30PM so that our staff can attend Mario's services.
This week, the Town has been focused on two items-- the 2019 Budget, and the Forest O' Fears Haunted Hayride. The budget is still a work in progress-- we have until Tuesday to submit the Supervisor's Budget (or Tentative Budget) to the Town Clerk, and we anticipate working right up to the deadline! I am pleased to share that all of our department heads submitted thoughtful (and reasonable) requests and that the numbers are shaping up just fine. We still have some time to sharpen our pencils-- the budget does not need to be finalized until late December, which gives us some more time to firm things up with our contractors. Luckily for us, we have no Union agreements outstanding, so we have a very good handle on where we are with personnel costs going into next year. I am incredibly proud of our team in the Town, and I have no doubt that we will continue to provide excellent service at a bargain price in 2019.