Public Notices – Cold Spring, Beacon, Philipstown, Putnam

Includes selected public notices from:
Town of Philipstown
Village of Cold Spring
Village of Nelsonville
City of Beacon
Haldane Central School District
Garrison Union Free School District
Beacon City School District
Garrison Fire District
Continental Village Fire District
North Highlands Fire District
Putnam County
Dutchess County
New York State
U.S. Government

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Town of Philipstown

NOTICE All bills outstanding against the Town of Philipstown, Putnam County, New York must be submitted for payment by 1:00 p.m. on Friday, December 27, 2019 to the Town Clerk’s Office at 238 Main Street, PO Box 155, Cold Spring, New York 10516. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN DATED: December 11, 2019

BEGINNING OCT. 1, 2019 all scheduled Town Board, Zoning, Planning and Conservation Boards Meetings will be held at the Claudio Marzollo Community Center, 107 Glenclyffe Drive, Garrison, New York 10524

NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF FINAL BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN FOR THE YEAR 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Final Budget for the Town of Philipstown, Putnam County, New York, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2020, has been completed and filed in the Office of the Town Clerk of said Town, where it is available for inspection by any interested persons during regular business hours. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF  PHILIPSTOWN Tina M. Merando Town Clerk DATED: November 27, 2019

Village of Cold Spring

LEGAL NOTICE VILLAGE OF COLD SPRING ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals for the Village of Cold Spring will hold a public hearing on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at the Village Hall, 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516 to consider the application by Samuel Broe, 178 Avery Road, Garrison, NY for the following variances from the requirements set forth in Section 134-7.C of the Village’s Zoning Code (the “Code”) in order to permit construction of a single family dwelling on a substandard lot: (a) to allow the proposed dwelling on a 3,360 square foot lot when the Code requires 7,500 sq. ft., (b) to permit 1 off-street parking space when 2 are required, (c) to allow a dwelling on a lot with a width of 48 ft when the Code requires 75 ft, (d) to allow a lot depth of 70 ft when 75 ft is required, (e) to permit a front yard setback of 2.2 feet for the dwelling when the Code requires 25 feet, (f) to permit one side yard for the proposed dwelling to be 1.5 feet when the Code requires 10 feet, and (g) to permit a dwelling on a lot with a 48 foot by 50 foot square when the Code requires at least a 50 foot by 50 foot square. The subject parcel is located at 21 Parsonage Street, Cold Spring, New York and is designated as Tax Map Section 49.5, Block 2, Lot 56. The property is located within the R-1 One-Family Residences Zoning District as well as the Village’s Local Historic District. The application materials and plans may be inspected at the Village of Cold Spring Clerk’s office located at 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516 during normal business hours. Dated: December 3, 2019 BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS OF THE VILLAGE OF COLD SPRING DONALD MACDONALD , ACTING CHAIRMAN

LEGAL NOTICE Village of Cold Spring Winter Parking and Sidewalk Notice Beginning November 15, 2019 and continuing through April 15, 2020, seasonal parking restrictions will take effect pursuant to Sections 126-15 and 126-36 of the Village Code. These restrictions prohibit all overnight parking between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. The Village Board has agreed to a “call in program”, as an optional method of seasonal parking control. Therefore, each day from 5:00 p.m. on, a telephone message will be available at (845) 747-SNOW (845-747- 7669) Cold Spring Police Department Winter Parking Line to notify the caller whether the seasonal offstreet parking will be enforced for that evening. The general ban on parking will remain in effect. However, the call in method is intended to limit the need for off-street parking to snow emergencies. It is important that a telephone call is made during and after snowstorms because snow emergencies are not limited to the day of the storm and can extend to the following day or days. The decision of the Village Board is intended to assist all village residents who find off street parking a problem, but everyone must understand the consequences of receiving a parking ticket if the rules set forth are not adhered to. Should you have any questions about whether to park overnight during the winter season, you are strongly advised to follow the general rule and remove your car from the street. Towing of vehicles may be required during snow emergencies at the owner’s expense. Areas provided for seasonal off street parking are: Kemble Avenue south of The Boulevard, south side of The Boulevard, south side of New Street adjacent to the boat club entrance and the west side of Fair Street at Mayor’s Park. The municipal parking lot on Fair Street is available for winter parking between the hours of 9pm and 8am. Signs will mark designated areas. Pursuant to Village Code Section 108-21, the owner and/or occupant of each and every building and lot in the Village shall at all times keep at least a three foot width of sidewalk in front of their respective houses, buildings and lots free of snow and ice. When ice on said walk cannot be removed, it shall be covered with sand and other materials not detrimental to the concrete such as calcium chloride, in such a manner as will enable persons to walk thereon with safety. Rock salt or salt based materials are strongly discouraged. Sidewalks in front of commercial establishments and commercial parking lots shall be kept free of snow and ice at all times between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. All other village sidewalks must be cleared within 18 hours after the end of a storm. Summonses will be issued to violators. Dated: October 31, 2019 Jeff Vidakovich, Village Clerk

LEGAL NOTICE Applications are now being accepted for Chestnut Ridge Apartments 64 Chestnut Street Cold Spring, New York 63 one bedroom apartments for the Elderly, 62+, or disabled regardless of age. These apartments are subsidized under the Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment Program. Under the Federal Government (HUD) program, Applicant selection will be based on Federal Regulations and income limitations. Rent is based on 30% of income. Occupancy is anticipated for future vacancies. Please mail requests for a preliminary application to: Chestnut Ridge Apartments PO Box 146, Patterson, NY 12563 Tel. 845-878-4789 Fax. 845-878-4791 Tdd. 800-662-1220

Village of Nelsonville

LEGAL NOTICE Snow Ordinance Winter parking and snow removal regulations in the Village of Nelsonville: The ban on overnight parking on any public street in the Village, between the hours of midnight and 6am, will be in effect from December 1st through March 31st. Residents must call 265-2500 after 5pm, each evening to learn if the restriction for that night has been lifted. A limited amount of overnight parking is permitted in the areas so designated – on the WEST side of the North Pearl Street parking lot. Overnight parking during those nights when the winter parking ban is in effect, will no longer be permitted on Adams Avenue. All vehicles parked in this area must be removed by 9am, in order that the lot can be cleared. The Nelsonville Village Board reminds residents that it is a violation of section 1219 of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic law to throw snow into the roadway. Residents must comply with this law if the streets are to be properly cleared. Finally, property owners and/or occupants are required to keep their sidewalks clear of snow and ice.

LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Annual Village Election NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF AND FOR THE VILLAGE OF NELSONVILLE, PUTNAM COUNTY, NEW YORK, WILL BE HELD IN SAID VILLAGE AT THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 258 MAIN STREET, PEARL STREET ENTRANCE, ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 2020 WITH THE POLLS OPEN BETWEEN THE HOURS OF NOON AND 9PM, AND THAT AT SUCH ELECTION THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS IS TO BE ELECTED FOR THE TERM SET OPPOSITE HERETO RESPECTIVELY: MAYOR TWO-YEAR TERM; TRUSTEE TWO-YEAR TERM; TRUSTEE TWO-YEAR TERM; JUSTICE FOUR-YEAR TERM. MINDY JESEK VILLAGE CLERK VILLAGE OF  NELSONVILLE

LEGAL NOTICE The Village of Nelsonville’s Annual Financial Statement for the period June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2019, has been filed with the State Comptroller. A copy of the statement is available for public inspection at the Village office, 258 Main Street, Nelsonville, NY, during normal office hours. Mindy R. Jesek Village Clerk/Treasurer

City of Beacon

Haldane Central School District

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the fiscal affairs of Haldane Central School District for the period beginning on July 1, 2018 and ending on June 30, 2019, have been examined by The Bonadio Group, CPA, 6 Wembley Court, Albany, NY 12205, independent public accountants, and that the report prepared in conjunction with the external audit by the independent public accountant has been filed in my office where it is available as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Pursuant to §35 of the General Municipal Law, the governing board of Haldane Central School District may, in its discretion, prepare a written response to the report of the external audit and file any such response in my office as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Julia Famularo, District Clerk Haldane Central School District

Beacon City School District

Garrison Union Free School District

LEGAL NOTICE The bond resolution, a summary of which is published herewith, has been adopted on the 23rd day of October, 2019, and the validity of the obligations authorized by such resolution may be hereafter contested only if such obligations were authorized for an object or purpose for which the Garrison Union Free School District (the “District”) is not authorized to expend money or if the provisions of law which should have been complied with as of the date of publication of this notice were not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty (20) days after the date of publication of this notice, or such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the constitution. A complete copy of the bond resolution summarized herewith is available for public inspection during regular business hours at the Office of the Clerk of the District, 100 NY-9D, Garrison, New York 10524, for a period of twenty days from the date of publication of this Notice. Elizabeth Murphy, District Clerk BOND RESOLUTION DATED OCTOBER 23, 2019 OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GARRISON UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT AUTHORIZING NOT TO EXCEED $9,022,089 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF SERIAL GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND THE EXPENDITURE OF $890,451 FROM THE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND TO FINANCE THE UNDERTAKING OF A PRESERVATION, INNOVATION, SECURITY AND ACCESSIBILITY PROJECT CONSISTING OF THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE GARRISON SCHOOL BUILDING, PLAYGROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS, AT AN ESTIMATED MAXIMUM COST OF $9,912,540, THE EXPENDITURE OF SUCH SUM FOR SUCH PURPOSE, LEVY OF TAX IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS IN PAYMENT THEREOF, AND DETERMINING OTHER MATTERS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. Class of objects or purposes: a preservation, innovation, security and accessibility project consisting of the reconstruction of the Garrison School building, playground and site improvements, acquisition of original furnishings, equipment, machinery or apparatus required for the purpose for which such building is to be used and incidental costs related thereto. Maximum Estimated Cost: $9,912,540. Period of probable usefulness: Thirty (30) years. Amount of obligations to be issued: $9,022,089. Amount to be expended from Capital Reserve Fund: $890,451

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the fiscal affairs of Garrison Union Free School District for the period beginning on July 1, 2018 and ending on June 30, 2019, have been examined by PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP, and that the report and management letter prepared in conjunction with the external audit by PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP has been filed in my office where it is available as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Pursuant to §35 of the General Municipal Law, the Garrison Union Free School District may, in its discretion, prepare a written response to the report of external audit and management letter by PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP and file any such response in my office as a public record for inspection by all interested persons. Elizabeth Murphy, District Clerk

Garrison Fire District

LEGAL NOTICE Please take notice that the organizational meeting for the Philipstown Garrison Fire District of the Town of Philipstown, County of Putnam, New York, will be held on the 13th day of January, 2020 at 7:00 P.M. on that day at the Garrison Fire Department, 1616 Route 9, Garrison, NY. This notification is being given to the news media pursuant to the provisions of Section 94 of the Public Officers Law of the State of New York. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS PHILIPSTOWN GARRISON FIRE DISTRICT Cristin Erickson Secretary Dated: December 11, 2019

Notice of Regular Meetings Please take notice that the Garrison Fire District of the town of Philipstown County of Putnam, New York, will hold its regular meetings for the year 2019 on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7 o’clock p.m. on such day at the Garrison Firehouse, 1616 Route 9, Garrison, NY. All of the meetings of the Garrison Fire District are open to the public. This notice is being posted in accordance with the provisions of Section 94 of the Public Officers Law of the State of New York. By order of the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Garrison Fire District. Cristin Erickson Secretary Garrison Fire District Dated – January 23, 2019

Continental Village Fire District

North Highlands Fire District

LEGAL NOTICE Please take notice that the September 12th Regular monthly meeting for the Philipstown North Highlands Fire District of the Town of Philipstown, County of Putnam, New York, will be rescheduled and held on Feb. 11, 2020 at 7 o’clock P.M. on that day at the North Highlands Fire Department, 504 Fishkill Road, Cold Spring, NY. This notification is being given to the news media pursuant to the provisions of Section 94 of the Public Officers Law of the State of New York. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS PHILIPSTOWN NORTH HIGHLANDS FIRE DISTRICT Kristin D. Van Tassel Secretary-Treasurer Dated: August 26, 2019

BE ADVISED THAT on January 4, 2019, the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Philipstown North Highlands Fire District held their Annual Organizational Meeting. The Agenda was as follows: Newly elected Commissioner, Charles Nolen, took Oath of Office as Commissioner for a five-year term beginning January 1, 2019. Commissioner Josephine Rupp was nominated and accepted the position as Chairman of the Board. Commissioner Thomas Knapp was nominated and accepted the position as Vice Chairman of the Board. Re-appointed Secretary/ Treasurer, Kristin Van Tassel, took Oath of Office as Secretary/Treasurer for a one-year period beginning on January 1, 2019. The Law Office of Young, Fenton, Kelsey & Brown were appointed Legal Counsel for the District for the period of 1/1/19 through 12/31/19. The Putnam County News and Recorder was designated as the official Newspapers for the District. The M&T Bank and Tompkins National Bank were designated the official depositories for the District. The Second Thursday of every month at 7:00 P.M was officially designated as the Regular Meeting Date for the Board of Fire Commissioners. The First Friday of each month at 5:30pm was officially designated as Special Meeting dates for the Board of Fire Commissioners. Board of Fire Commissioners accepted Chief Patrick Scherer and First Asst. Chief Joseph Hyatt, for a one-year term. Board of Fire Commissioners accepted Kristin Van Tassel as Safety Officer. All Board Policies were reviewed and Committees approved. Meeting adjourned. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS PHILIPSTOWN NORTH HIGHLANDS FIRE DISTRICT Kristin D. Van Tassel Secretary/Treasurer Dated: January 9, 2019

Putnam County

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the County Executive of the County of Putnam at Room 300 of the County Office Building, 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, New York 10512 on the 17th day of December at 4:30 p.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. concerning: A LOCAL LAW Establishing the 2020 Salaries of Certain Appointed Officers Serving for Fixed Terms, which was adopted by the Putnam County Legislature on December 3, 2019 by Resolution R#283. This Local Law sets the 2020 Salaries for certain appointed officers serving for fixed terms as follows:

Paul Eldridge Personnel Director $138,487
Michael Nesheiwat Commissioner of Health $185,996
Michael Piazza Commissioner of Social Services/Mental Health/ Youth Bureau $147,632
Director of Real Property Tax Services $ 98,257
Anthony Scannapieco Commissioner of Board of Elections $ 93,730
Catherine Croft Commissioner of Board of Elections $ 93,730
Michele Alfano-Sharkey County Auditor $112,424

Copies of the Local Law are available at the Office of the Putnam County Legislature, Room 313, 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, New York 10512. At the aforesaid time and place all persons interested in the subject matter thereof will be heard concerning same. Comments will also be accepted via regular mail submitted to the above referenced address, electronic mail to PutnamCountyExecutive@putnamcountyny.gov and facsimile to (845)808- 1901. This Local Law shall take effect forty-five (45) days after its passage and is subject to permissive referendum. Dated: December 5, 2019 Carmel, New York Jennifer S. Bumgarner Putnam County Attorney

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the County Executive of the County of Putnam at Room 300 of the County Office Building, 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, New York 10512 on the 17th day of December at 4:30 p.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. concerning: A LOCAL LAW Establishing the 2020 Salaries of Certain Elected Officers Serving for Fixed Terms, which was adopted by the Putnam County Legislature on December 3, 2019 by Resolution R# 282. This Local Law Sets the 2020 Salaries for certain elected officers serving for fixed terms as follows:

MaryEllen Odell County Executive $162,271
Robert L. Langley, Jr. Putnam County Sheriff $152,862
Michael Bartolotti County Clerk $133,067
John Bourges Putnam County Coroner $185 per diem
Michael Nesheiwat Putnam County Coroner $185 per diem
Daniel Stephens Putnam County Coroner $185 per diem

Copies of the Local Law are available at the Office of the Putnam County Legislature, Room 313, 40 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, New York 10512. At the aforesaid time and place all persons interested in the subject matter thereof will be heard concerning same. Comments will also be accepted via regular mail submitted to the above referenced address, electronic mail to PutnamCountyExecutive@putnamcountyny.gov and facsimile to (845)808- 1901. This Local Law shall take effect forty-five (45) days after its passage and is subject to permissive referendum. Dated: December 5, 2019 Carmel, New York Jennifer S. Bumgarner Putnam County Attorney

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN that a public  hearing will be held before  the County Executive of  the County of Putnam at  Room 300 of the County  Office Building, 40  Gleneida Avenue, Carmel,  New York 10512 on the  17th day of December at  4:30 p.m. and again at 6:30  p.m. concerning: A LOCAL LAW To Amend and Revise  Section 190-6 of the  Putnam County Code  Entitled “Plumbing and  mechanical Trades”,  which was adopted by the  Putnam County Legislature  on December 3, 2019 by  Resolution R#272.  This Local Law amends  and Revises Section 190- 6 of the Putnam County  Code, by outlining the  types of individuals who  shall be selected for  membership on the Putnam  County Plumbing and  Mechanical Trades Board,  specifically outlining who  should be included to form  a “representative group”.  Copies of the Local Law  are available at the Office  of the Putnam County  Legislature, Room 313, 40  Gleneida Avenue, Carmel,  New York 10512. At the aforesaid time and  place all persons interested  in the subject matter thereof  will be heard concerning  same. Comments will  also be accepted via  regular mail submitted  to the above referenced  address, electronic mail to  PutnamCountyExecutive@ putnamcountyny.gov and  facsimile to (845)808- 1901. This Local Law shall  take effect immediately  upon filing with the New  York Secretary of State. Dated:  December 5, 2019 Carmel, New York Jennifer S. Bumgarner Putnam County Attorney

LOCAL LAW #12 – TO AMEND ARTICLE 5 OF THE PUTNAM COUNTY CHARTER ENTITLED “EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT” BY ADDING A NEW SECTION 5.04 ENTITLED “DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM” ABSTRACT PROVISION: This Local Law amends Article 5 of the Putnam County Charter, by adding a new Section 5.04 entitled “Department of Tourism” which outlines the structure of the new department, including the powers and duties of the newly created position of “Director of Tourism”. A copy of the Local Law can be found on the Putnam County Website on the Legislature Page and is also available at the office of the Clerk of the Putnam County Legislature.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing of Putnam County for the following commodities and/or service: RFB-28-19 – MAYBROOK BIKEWAY II – PIN 8756.84 – PHASE A – ALT 1 & PIN 8761.05 – PHASE B. Detailed specifications may be secured at the office of the Director of Purchasing, County of Putnam Office Facilities, 40 Gleneida Avenue-Room 105, Carmel, New York 10512 between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday or you may download from the Empire State Bid System’s website at bidnetdirect.com. Sealed bids must be filed in the above office on or before 1:00 P.M.,WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2020. dated: Carmel, New York November 7, 2019 Sgd/Alessandro Mazzotta, Purchasing Director Putnam County Purchasing Department

LEGAL NOTICE OF TAX DELINQUENCY STATE OF NEW YORK PUTNAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE CARMEL, NEW YORK WHEREAS, arrears of taxes for the levy of 2019, charged and imposed pursuant to law, remain due and unpaid on various lots, tract, pieces or parcels of land located within Putnam County and as  described in the attached list by Tax Map Number; and WHEREAS, the Tax Map  Number is in accordance with the official tax maps of the Putnam County Real Property Tax Department, and is the official description; and WHEREAS, the name given being those of the owners or occupants as the same appear on the assessment rolls for the levy 2019 and the aggregate amount due on each parcel as of the time of filing the Notice of Tax Delinquency, such amounts including unpaid taxes, interest, expenses and other charges against the properties for such year. NOW, therefore, notice is hereby given that pursuant to the power vested in me, on the 1st day of November, 2019, I will file with the Putnam County Clerk a list of delinquent taxes on all parcels, or respective lots, tracts, pieces or parcels of land setting forth the tax amount due which shall be sufficient to pay the State, County, Town, Highway, School, or other taxes assessed thereon in the levy year 2019 on each thereof, respectively, together with interest, expenses, and charges which have arise nor accrued or that may arise on November 1, 2019. BE FURTHER advised that the filing of such list shall constitute constructive notice, to a purchaser from or encumbrance against, any owners or occupants of all tax map numbers listed herein with the same force and effect as the filing of an individual and separate notice of Pendency pursuant to Article Sixty-Five (65) of the Civil Practice Laws Rules. FURTHER NOTICE GIVEN THAT WHEN TWO (2) YEARS HAVE EXPIRED (JANUARY 1, 2021), AFTER THE DATE ON WHICH THE TAX BECAME A LIEN (JANUARY 1, 2019), THE LIEN WILL BE SUMMARILY FORECLOSED BY THE COUNTY OF PUTNAM IN THE MANNER PROVIDED BY TITLE 3 OF ARTICLE 11 OF THE REAL PROPERTY TAX LAW ON FORECLOSURE OF SAID LIEN. THE OWNERS OR OCCUPANTS COULD THEN LOSE ALL RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN THE PROPERTIES LISTED ON THE ATTACHED LISTS.

TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN

881. Wood William C & Susan 7.-1-32.3 $1,736.52
882. Lorentzen Cornelia M 8.-2-8 $1,261.27
883. Kincart John P 8.-2-15.31 $8,297.99
884. Kincart Associates Inc 8.-2-17.1 $8,517.65
885. Kincart John P & Elaine M 8.-2-18 $6,104.53
886. Leach Todd P & Gomez Jennifer 16.11-1-5 $3,248.60
887. Lombardi Joseph Pell 16.11-1-9 $2,974.86
888. El-Taher Julie 16.11-1-20 $3,083.85
889. Carone Alexander J 16.11-1-22 $3,385.78
890. Lombardi Joseph Pell 16.11-1-48 $5,819.57
891. Lombardi Joseph Pell 16.11-1-49 $4,066.63
892. Vickery David G 16.12-1-5.1 $18,990.93
893. Vickery David G 16.12-1-5.3 $4,871.81
894. Joselyn Enterprises Inc 16.12-1-8 $10,949.20
895. U S Bank National Association 16.12-1-24 $9,926.69
896. White Cleaver L 16.12-1-29 $13,530.94
897. Bed Rock Partners 16.15-1-1 $5,498.06
898. Lombardi Joseph Pell 16.15-1-29 $3,380.47
899. McDuffee Charles 18.-2-3 $13,211.43
900. Youghar Iyad 27.6-1-4 $3,740.62
901. Vrdoljak Nevenka & Krickis Normunds 27.6-1-5 $5,536.39
902. Koseff Peter & Pamela 27.7-1-35 $13,377.59
903. Kosseff-Putnam Partnership 27.7-1-36 $4,354.12
904. R. G. Wrought Iron Railing Inc 27.11-1-18 $11,506.15
905. Villetto Elizabeth Feller 27.11-1-41 $9,245.30
906. Harrington John L & Barbara 27.12-1-60 $1,857.62
907. Giordano Antonio & Elvira 27.16-1-3 $2,737.18
908. Pilner Living Trust & Warner Kelly A 27.19-1-10 $3,593.11
909. Panthen Donald C & Carolyn 27.19-1-17 $987.86
910. Ostrow Eugene & Sandra 27.20-1-1 $11,581.83
911. Panthen Donald C 27.20-1-12.2 $946.76
912. Carlson Construction 27.20-1-16 $187.55
913. Waage Debra Ann & Edward R 37.20-2-20 $8,627.83
914. ONLS LLC 38.-2-41.2 $1,543.58
915. Rathe Gregory I & Samantha J 38.-3-87.1 $25,110.61
916. Donnelly Colleen & Dinardo Maura-Lynn 38.13-1-3 $1,077.67
917. Curran Frank 38.14-1-22 $76.11
918. Nieves Robert C & Laura L 38.14-1-23 $58.98
919. Smith Barbara & James G 38.17-1-23 $6,325.13
920. Bart Lansky 2010 Irrev Trust 38.17-2-6 $20,009.28
921. Van Tassel Henry E & Gloria A 38.17-2-17 $3,859.61
922. South Street Operations LLC 38.18-1-43 $5,144.94
923. IMP Development Corp 48.8-1-21 $17,899.63
924. Solymosy Sylvia Sarah 48.8-3-8.-203 $6,236.30
925. Angerame Louis & Patricia 48.8-5-22 $12,974.03
926. Defusco Aldo 48.12-1-2 $3,132.37
927. Garuffi Concetta 48.12-2-12 $14,307.57
928. Malter Stefan & Lisa 49.-3-4 $5,146.59
929. Timber Ridge Properties 49.-3-67 $707.88
930. Murphy-Erickson Cristin A 49.-4-25 $14,535.31
931. Stern Nicole 49.-4-30 $12,566.36
932. Downey Lawrence J & Cary J 49.5-4-57 $7,180.46
933. CJD924 Realty LLC 49.5-4-58 $11,063.28
934. Rutman Benjamin & Geraldine 50.-2-11 $12,791.09
935. Johnson Peter E 60.-1-20 $16,635.53
936. Gex Evelyn 60.-2-45 $3,195.17
937. Laux Burton R & Portman-Laux Catherine 60.17-1-22 $24,649.33
938. Nelson Chester E 61.-3-19 $1,553.68
939. Mountain Ridge Corp 61.-3-39 $4,888.64
940. Conklin Doris J 71.-2-79 $7,132.97
941. Armstrong Amanda & Shawn M 71.-2-81 $17,647.92
942. KPB Properties LLC 71.20-1-4 $2,271.24
943. KPB Properties LLC 71.20-1-6 $122.09
944. KPB Properties LLC 71.20-1-7 $2,940.08
945. Oslands Inc 71.20-1-8 $1,144.25
946. Baker Abraham 72.-2-54 $185.35
947. Albertson Glenn J & Amy 81.-1-67 $10,421.60
948. Colasurdo Christine & Dowd Martin John 82.-2-13 $7,006.04
949. Siniscalchi Benny 82.20-2-6 $4,114.95
950. Petrone Claudia T 82.20-2-25 $4,017.96
951. Estate Of Heinz Schaal 82.20-3-1 $141.44
952. Hill Industries LLC 82.20-3-11 $758.13
953. Elsroth John P & Laura B 83.10-2-40 $3,664.22
954. Tonndorf Augusta 83.10-2-42 $399.72
955. O’Hara Lesley 83.13-1-17 $2,523.89
956. Lisiecki Renan & Schminke Frederick R 83.13-1-41 $12,913.56
957. Tonndorf Victor 83.14-1-21 $61.98
958. Tonndorf Victor 83.14-1-22 $61.98
959. Tonndorf Victor 83.14-1-23 $61.98
960. Barton Sean 83.17-1-41 $229.55
961. Henderson Thomas & Elaine V 83.18-1-13 $61.98
962. Almazon Jonel 83.18-1-16 $4,140.46
963. Olsen Thomas & Greene Karen 83.18-1-32 $226.53
964. Olsen Thomas & Greene Karen 83.18-1-33 $226.53
965. Olsen Thomas & Greene Karen 83.18-1-34 $229.55
966. Olsen Thomas & Grenne Karen 83.18-1-35 $6,007.31
967. Garcia Carolyn 83.18-1-40 $17,779.84
969. Rossi Lois A 90.8-2-20 $2,053.30
970. Mendelson Daniel 90.8-2-49 $3,304.36
971. Liburd Jeanine 90.8-2-66 $22,876.51
972. Sanchez Joseph & Linda S 90.10-1-1 $75.12
973. Ferguson David & Abernathy Adam 90.11-1-3 $140.61
974. Tomlinson Alice & John A II 91.5-1-6 $9,239.62
975. Lee Eileen Y 91.5-2-2 $14,339.2
976. Hancock James B 91.5-2-34 $785.05
977. Hunt John P Jr 91.5-3-12 $14,594.75
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979. Flanagan Robert J 91.5-4-21 $2,205.05
980. Kotash Sharon Albanese 91.6-1-23 $7,799.23
981. Vasta Frank D 91.6-1-24 $2,951.91
982. Dunrite Construction II Corp 91.6-1-50 $2,960.76
983. Brooks Clifford R 91.6-2-14 $14,793.10

LEGAL NOTICE County of Putnam Local Law #10 of 2019 LOCAL LAW #10 – TO AMEND THE CODE OF THE COUNTY OF PUTNAM, BY REPEALING THE EXISTING CHAPTER 156, ENTITLED “ENERGIZE NY BENEFIT FINANCING PROGRAM” AND REPLACING IT WITH A NEW CHAPTER 156, ENTITLED “ENERGIZE NY OPEN C-PACE FINANCING PROGRAM” ABSTRACT PROVISION: This Local Law replaces Chapter 156 of the Putnam County Code in its entirety, thereby establishing an Energize NY open C-PACE Financing Program, and including definitions, procedures for eligibility, application criteria, terms and conditions of repayment and other applicable provisions of the program. PLEASE NOTE: A copy of the Local Law can be found on the Putnam County Website on the Legislature Page and is also available at the office of the Clerk of the Putnam County Legislature.

LEGAL NOTICE County of Putnam Local Law #9 of 2019 LOCAL LAW #9 – LOCAL LAW TO AMEND THE CODE OF THE COUNTY OF PUTNAM CHAPTER 135, ENTITLED “CONTRACTORS” ABSTRACT PROVISION: This Local Law amends Chapter 135 of the Putnam County Code in its entirety, including new and amended sections governing registration, powers of the Board and the Director, violations, fees and penalties. PLEASE NOTE: A copy of the Local Law can be found on the Putnam County Website on the Legislature Page and is also available at the office of the Clerk of the Putnam County Legislature.

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LEGAL NOTICE The U.S. Army is Exploring the Level of Interest for Establishing a Restoration Advisory Board in Support of the Environmental Investigations at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. The U.S. Army (the Army) is conducting environmental investigations at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. The installation is located on the west bank of the Hudson River in the Town of Highlands in Orange County, New York. Constitution Island, which is located on the east bank of the Hudson River in Putnam County, New York, is also part of the installation. The installation was the principal testing ground for ordnance in the 19th century. Artillery training at the installation first occurred during the Revolutionary War; additional ranges were established and used until World War II. The firing from these areas was mostly directed toward the Crow’s Nest Mountain (located north of the Main Post) and Target Hill (located on the Main Post). These areas were also impact zones for artillery fired from the West Point Foundry at Cold Spring in the mid to late 1800s. As a result of these activities, munitions are potentially present on the land and in waters within and surrounding West Point. There are also sources of chemical contamination not associated with the munitions history that may have impacted the soils and groundwater within the installation. The sources of contamination at West Point are being investigated and remediated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). The Army is responsible for environmental restoration of West Point. As part of the restoration process, the Department of Defense encourages community involvement through a Restoration Advisory Board (RAB). The purpose of a RAB is to provide a forum for community members who may be interested in or affected by the investigation and cleanup activities at Army installations. A RAB provides a collaborative forum for its members to discuss and identify the most efficient and productive means to restore the environment. If the community has sufficient interest in establishing a RAB, one will be established. Typically, sufficient interested is indicated by 50 or more individuals who are interested and/or available to be involved in RAB activities. For more information about RABs, please access the following website: https://www.denix.osd.mil/rab/home/unassigned/rab-rulehandbook/. If formed, a RAB would include members from the local community, West Point personnel, and employees from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and the New York Department of Health. The RAB would be jointly cochaired by the Army and a community representative. The community members of the RAB would be asked to select the community co-chair. The RAB would meet on a regular basis and hold meetings that would be open to the public. Public participation on the RAB would be strictly voluntary. The Army will not provide any form of financial compensation to community members who elect to participate. If you are interested in participating in a RAB, you should be willing to attend all RAB meetings, which can last approximately 2 hours each, and to spend the time necessary to review Army environmental restoration documents within prescribed timeframes. Should it be determined there is insufficient interest to form a RAB, the Army will continue to provide interested residents with opportunities to receive timely and accurate information concerning the investigation and possible future actions and activities at the site. Interested members of the public may request to be a member of the RAB during a 14-day public request period, which will be held from November 20, 2019 to December 6, 2019. If you would like to be part of the RAB for West Point, please contact Mr. Jeff Sanborn, U.S. Army Garrison, West Point at Jeffrey.l.sanborn. civ@mail.mil or 845-938- 5041. The Administrative Record repository, which contains information on the environmental restoration at West Point, is available for public review at the Highland Falls Public Library, 289 Main Street, Highland Falls, NY.