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 9-5-2017 Special Meeting Agenda (46 KB) (Updated 9/5)
Work Session Agenda:
1) Sanitation RFP for 2018
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It's that time of year again! Ossining and Briarcliff students head back to school Tuesday, September 5th for what will surely be a great school year. As always, be sure to stop for school buses and be mindful of our students getting to school safe and sound. Please slow down and do not forget to stop for school buses.
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 2nd, the Ossining School District is kicking off the school year with an event at Park School, in partnership with IFCA and the Star of Bethlehem Baptist Church.
Speaking of ways to ensure our students get to school safely, the Town has been working very closely with our neighbors in the Village of Ossining and Town of New Castle to make biking and walking to work, school, and play much safer around Ossining. Today, Councilwoman Feldman and Victoria from my office attended a meeting of the newly named Millwood-Ossining Go! (aka MOGO) task force, which is looking to develop increased bikeability and walkability between our community's commercial corridors, neighborhoods, open spaces, and trails, such as the Old Croton Aqueduct and North County Trailway. We are happy to report that this group has made great headway with identifying various potential routes that link up all the best Ossining, Millwood, and the surrounding areas have to offer. However, we need your help! The MOGO task force is scheduling a few public meetings for October and is developing some exciting web content for public input. Stay tuned for more details very soon!
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
- 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.
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,
We are so relieved to see the sun shining on a Friday, after two weeks of wet, crummy weather for our Concert Series. I hope to see you this evening at 7PM for a great show at Louis Engel Park featuring Cuboricua-- I know I will have my dancing shoes on tonight!
Next Friday night (September 1st) will be the last of our *official* concert series-- The Old Mill Singers will round out our summer with some great tunes from their "Vinyl Revival" showcase. Come on down NEXT Friday night to take a fun trip through the decades with The Old Mill Singers.