Public Notices – Legal Notices – Cold Spring, Beacon, Philipstown, Putnam, NY

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

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Putnam County

Dutchess County

New York State Department of Transportation

Town of Philipstown

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 2021 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Final Budget for the Town of Philipstown, Putnam County, New York, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2021, has been completed and filed in the Office of the Town Clerk of said Town, where it is available for inspection by any interested party by appointment. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN Tara K. Percacciolo Town Clerk DATED: November 30, 2020

LEGAL NOTICE Philipstown Planning Board Site Visit – December 6th, 2020 The Philipstown Planning Board will meet on Sunday, December 6th 2020 at 9:30 am to inspect the following sites: Riverview Industries, 3012 Route 9, Cold Spring, New York TM#27.20-1-12.1

LEGAL NOTICE The Philipstown Planning Board will hold their regular Monthly Meeting on December 17th, 2020 7:30 p.m. virtually via Zoom. If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] PHILIPSTOWN.COM to request login information before 7 pm on December 17th, 2020.

LEGAL NOTICE PHILIPSTOWN PLANNING BOARD Public Hearing – December 17th, 2020 The Philipstown Planning Board for the Town of Philipstown, New York will hold a public hearing on Thursday, December 17th, 2020 starting at 7:30 p.m. via zoom to hear the following appeal. If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] to request login information before 7:00 pm on December 17th, 2020. William & Laura Cumming, 71 South Mountain Pass Spur, Garrison, New York TM#82.-1-52,53 (The applicant is seeking section 175- 11B (Dimensional Requirements)as a subdivision Lot 1: Area from 10 acres to 4.296 acres, a variance of 5.704 acres. As to subdivision Lot 2: Lot frontage from 300 feet to approximately 165.0 feet. At said hearing all persons will have the right to be heard. Copies of the application, plat map, and other related materials may be seen in the Office of the Planning Board at the Philipstown Building Department. Dated at Philipstown, New York, November 19th, 2020

LEGAL NOTICE The Philipstown Planning Board will hold their regular Monthly Meeting on Thursday December 17th, 2020 at 7:30 pm virtually via Zoom. If you would like to attend, please visit the following link: Register in advance for this webinar: https: //us02web .zoom.us/w ebinar/regi ster/ WN_RzV i1kTHTeqAr cJLMI_uRA Webinar ID: 822 3955 2360 Passcode: 4666311 Phone: 1-646-558-8656 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. OR, find the meeting through Zoom by searching the Meeting ID above and inserting the password below when prompted. OR email [email protected] PHILIPSTOWN.COM or [email protected] PHILIPSTOWN.COM to request login information before 7 pm on December 17th, 2020. If you are unable to join, please send any written comments on the above two public hearings to the above email addresses.

Village of Cold Spring

LEGAL NOTICE — Winter Parking and Sidewalk Notice Village of Cold Spring. Beginning November 15, 2020 and continuing through April 15, 2021, 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 off-street 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 10am. 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, 2020 Jeff Vidakovich, Village Clerk

Village of Nelsonville

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, on Tuesday March 16, 2021, with the polls open between the hours of noon and 9pm, and that at such election the following officers are to be elected for the term set opposite hereto respectively: Trustee: two year term, Trustee: two year term, Mindy Jesek, Village Clerk, Village of Nelsonville

City of Beacon

Howland Public Library District

Haldane Central School District

LEGAL NOTICE OF ESTOPPEL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the resolution, a summary of which is published herewith, has been adopted by the Board of Education of the Haldane Central School District at Philipstown, Putnam and Dutchess Counties, New York, on November 17, 2020, 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 said School 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 days after the date of publication of this notice, or such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution. Dated: Cold Spring, New York November 17, 2020 /s/Catherine Platt, School District Clerk

SUMMARY OF REFUNDING BOND RESOLUTION DATED NOVEMBER 17, 2020.
SUMMARY OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE PURSUANT TO SECTION 90.00 OR SECTION 90.10 OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW OF REFUNDING BONDS OF THE HALDANE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT AT PHILIPSTOWN, PUTNAM AND DUTCHESS COUNTIES, NEW YORK, TO BE DESIGNATED SUBSTANTIALLY “SCHOOL DISTRICT REFUNDING (SERIAL) BONDS”, AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS IN RELATION THERETO.

WHEREAS, the Haldane Central School District at Philipstown, Putnam and Dutchess Counties, New York (hereinafter, the “School District”) heretofore issued School District Refunding (Serial) Bonds, 2012 (the “2012 Bonds”); and WHEREAS, it would be in the public interest to refund all or a portion of the outstanding $5,095,000 principal balance of the 2012 Bonds maturing in 2021 and thereafter (the “Refunded Bonds”), by the issuance of refunding bonds pursuant to Section 90.00 or Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Education of the Haldane Central School District at Philipstown, Putnam and Dutchess Counties, New York, as follows:

Section 1. For the object or purpose of refunding the $5,095,000 outstanding aggregate principal balance of the Refunded Bonds, including providing moneys which, together with the interest earned from the investment of certain of the proceeds of the refunding bonds herein authorized, shall be sufficient to pay (i) the principal amount of the Refunded Bonds, (ii) the aggregate amount of unmatured interest payable on the Refunded Bonds to and including the date on which the Refunded Bonds which are callable are to be called prior to their respective maturities in accordance with the refunding financial plan, as hereinafter defined, (iii) the costs and expenses incidental to the issuance of the refunding bonds herein authorized, (iv) the redemption premium payable on the Refunded Bonds, and (v) the premium or premiums for a policy or policies of municipal bond insurance or cost or costs of other credit enhancement facility or facilities, for the refunding bonds herein authorized, or any portion thereof, there are hereby authorized to be issued not exceeding $5,215,000 refunding serial bonds of the School District pursuant to the provisions of Section 90.00 or Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law (the “School District Refunding Bonds” or the “Refunding Bonds”), it being anticipated that the amount of Refunding Bonds actually to be issued will be approximately $4,425,000, as provided in Section 4 hereof.

Section 2. The Refunding Bonds may be subject to redemption prior to maturity upon such terms as the President of the Board of Education shall prescribe, which terms shall be in compliance with the requirements of Section 53.00 (b) of the Local Finance Law.

Section 3. It is hereby determined that:

(a) the maximum amount of the Refunding Bonds authorized to be issued pursuant to this resolution does not exceed the limitation imposed by subdivision 1 of paragraph b of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law;

(b) the maximum period of probable usefulness permitted by law at the time of the issuance of the Refunded Bonds, for the object or purpose financed therein is as provided in the Bond Determinations Certificate therefor, referenced in Exhibit A attached to the complete text of this resolution (the “Complete Resolution”), which Exhibit A is not published herewith;

(c) the last installment of the Refunding Bonds will mature not later than the expiration of the period of probable usefulness of the object or purpose for which said Refunded Bonds were issued in accordance with the provisions of subdivision 1 of paragraph a of Section 90.00 of the Local Finance Law and subdivision 1 of paragraph c of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law; and

(d) the estimated present value of the total debt service savings anticipated as a result of the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, if any, computed in accordance with the provisions of subdivision 2 of paragraph b of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, with regard to the Refunded Bonds, is $293,842.12 as shown in the Refunding Financial Plan described in Section 4 hereof.

Section 4. The financial plan for the refunding authorized by this resolution (the “Refunding Financial Plan”), showing the sources and amounts of all moneys required to accomplish such refundings are as provided in Exhibit B attached to the Complete Resolution. The Refunding Financial Plan has been prepared based upon the assumption that the Refunding Bonds will be issued, in one series to refund all of the Refunded Bonds, in the principal amount of $4,425,000, and that the Refunding Bonds will mature, be of such terms, and bear interest as set forth in said Exhibit B.

Section 5. The President of the Board of Education is hereby authorized and directed to enter into an escrow contract or contracts (collectively the “Escrow Contract”) with a bank or trust company, or with banks or trust companies, located and authorized to do business in this State as said President of the Board of Education shall designate (collectively the “Escrow Holder”) for the purpose of having the Escrow Holder act, in connection with the Refunding Bonds, as the escrow holder to perform the services described in Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law.

Section 6. The faith and credit of said Haldane Central School District at Philipstown, Putnam and Dutchess Counties, New York, are hereby irrevocably pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the Refunding Bonds as the same respectively become due and payable. An annual appropriation shall be made in each year sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such bonds becoming due and payable in such year. There shall be annually levied on all the taxable real property in said School District a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such Refunding Bonds as the same become due and payable.

Section 7. All of the proceeds from the sale of the Refunding Bonds, including the premium, if any, but excluding accrued interest thereon, shall immediately upon receipt thereof be placed in escrow with the Escrow Holder for the Refunded Bonds.

Section 8. The President of the Board of Education is delegated authority to sell said Refunding Bonds at public competitive sale or at private sale to an underwriter as shall be hereafter determined by said President of the Board of Education and all details in connection therewith.

Beacon City School District

Garrison Union Free School District

Garrison Fire District

LEGAL NOTICE ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE Garrison Fire District NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual Election of the Garrison Fire District will take place on December 8, 2020 between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at the Garrison Firehouse located at 1616 US Route 9, Garrison, New York 10524 for the purpose of electing the following fire district officers: One Fire Commissioner for a five (5) year term, commencing January 1, 2021 and ending December 31, 2025; All candidates for a District Office shall be residents of the Garrison Fire District and not convicted of any degree of arson. Persons seeking office must file a petition signed by not less than twenty-five (25) qualified voters of the Garrison Fire District stating the position they are seeking with the Secretary of the Garrison Fire District, at 1616 US Route 9, Garrison, New York 10524. Such petition shall be filed with the Fire District Secretary and must be actually received by the Fire District Secretary on or before 5:00 p.m. November 18, 2020 Petition forms are available at the Town of Philipstown Town Clerk’s Office, at Philipstown Town Hall 238 Main Street in the Town of Philipstown or from the Secretary of the Garrison Fire District at 1616 US Route 9, Garrison, New York 10524. Any elector of the Garrison Fire District who shall be registered voter with the Putnam County Board of Elections on or prior to November 16, 2020 and who shall have resided in the Garrison Fire District for at least thirty days preceding such election shall be qualified to vote. November 6, 2020 By Order of the Board of Fire Commissioners Garrison Fire District Cristin Erickson, Secretary

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 2020 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 30, 2020

LEGAL NOTICE GARRISON FIRE DISTRICT RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM CAPITAL RESERVE ACCOUNT TO THE GENERAL OPERATING ACCOUNT EXHAUST REMOVAL SYSTEM — At a meeting of the Garrison Fire District held on October 20, 2020 the following Resolution was adopted, which resolution is subject to permissive referendum pursuant to Section 6-g of the General Municipal Law: RESOLVED, that pursuant to Section 6-g of the General Municipal Law, as amended, the Garrison Fire District does hereby authorize the transfer of an amount not to exceed $73,000.00 from its Building Repair and Replacement Capital Reserve Account to the District’s General Operating Account for continued Fire District operations including purchase, delivery and installation of an Exhaust Removal System with attendant accessories for Fire District purposes and services related thereto. No expenditure shall be made except upon authorization of the Board; and it is further RESOLVED, that this resolution is subject to a permissive referendum as provided by Section 6-g of the General Municipal Law. Dated: October 23, 2020 BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS
GARRISON FIRE DISTRICT Cristin Erickson, Secretary

LEGAL NOTICE — GARRISON FIRE DISTRICT RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM CAPITAL RESERVE ACCOUNT TO THE GENERAL OPERATING ACCOUNT BREATHING AIR COMPRESSOR SYSTEM — At a meeting of the Garrison Fire District held on October 20, 2020 the following Resolution was adopted, which resolution is subject to permissive referendum pursuant to Section 6-g of the General Municipal Law: RESOLVED, that pursuant to Section 6-g of the General Municipal Law, as amended, the Garrison Fire District does hereby authorize the transfer of an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 from its Equipment Repair and Replacement Capital Reserve Account to the District’s General Operating Account for continued Fire District operations including purchase, delivery and installation of a Breathing Air Compressor System with attendant accessories for Fire District purposes and services related thereto. No expenditure shall be made except upon authorization of the Board; and it is further RESOLVED, that this resolution is subject to a permissive referendum as provided by Section 6-g of the General Municipal Law. Dated: October 23, 2020 BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS GARRISON FIRE DISTRICT Cristin Erickson, Secretary

Continental Village Fire District

North Highlands Fire District

ELECTION NOTICE ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE PHILIPSTOWN NORTH HIGHLANDS FIRE DISTRICT On December 8, 2020 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual Election of the Philipstown North Highlands Fire District will take place on December 8, 2020 between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at the North Highlands Engine Co. No. 1 Fire House located at 504 Fishkill Road, Cold Spring, N.Y. for the purpose of electing one Commissioner for a five (5) year term, commencing January 1, 2021 and ending December 31, 2025. All voters registered with the Putnam County Board of Elections on or before November 16, 2020 shall be eligible to vote. Candidates for District Office shall have notified the Secretary of the Philipstown North Highlands Fire District, in writing, of their intent to run for office, at the firehouse at 504 Fishkill Road, Cold Spring, N.Y., no later than twenty days before the election, November 18, 2020. Dated: November 4, 2020 Kristin D. Van Tassel, Secretary BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS PHILIPSTOWN NORTH HIGHLANDS FIRE DISTRICT

Putnam County

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Putnam County Police Policy Review Panel formed pursuant to Executive Order No. 203 issued by Governor Andrew Cuomo on June 12, 2020, will hold a meeting via Audio Webcast on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, at 10:00am. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that the meeting will be open to the public via Audio Webcast due to the suspension of the Open Meetings Law pursuant to the Governor’s Temporary Emergency Orders in effect. Please check the Putnam County Website (www.putnamcountyny.gov) for the link information.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the County Executive of the County of Putnam via Audio Webcast [please check the Putnam County Website (www.putnamcountyny.gov) for the link information] on the 16th day of December, 2020 at 4:30 in the afternoon, and again at 6:30 in the evening concerning: A LOCAL LAW To establish the 2021 salaries of certain Putnam County Officers appointed for fixed terms, as adopted by the Putnam County Legislature on December 1, 2020, by Resolution R#224. This Local Law sets the 2021 salaries for the following Putnam County Officers appointed for fixed terms as follows:

Paul Eldridge Personnel Director $141,776
Michael Nesheiwat Commissioner of Health $190,383
Michael Piazza Commissioner of Social Services/Mental Health/Youth Bureau $151,139
Director of Real Property Tax Services $100,591
Anthony Scannapieco Commissioner of Board of Elections $95,956
Catherine Croft Commissioner of Board of Elections $95,956
Diane Schonfeld Clerk of the Legislature $102,363
Michele Alfano-Sharkey County Auditor $115,094

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 [email protected], and facsimile to (845) 808-1901. This Local Law shall take effect forty-five days after its passage and is subject to permissive referendum. Dated: Carmel, New York December 3, 2020 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 via Audio Webcast [please check the Putnam County Website (www.putnamcountyny.gov) for the link information] on the 16th day of December, 2020 at 4:30 in the afternoon, and again at 6:30 in the evening concerning: A LOCAL LAW To establish the 2021 salaries of certain Putnam County Officers elected for fixed terms, as adopted by the Putnam County Legislature on December 1, 2020, by Resolution R#223. This Local Law sets the 2021 salaries for the following Putnam County Officers elected for fixed terms as follows:

MaryEllen Odell Putnam County Executive $166,125
Robert L. Langley, Jr. Putnam County Sheriff $156,492
Michael Bartolotti Putnam County Clerk $136,227
Carl L. Albano Putnam County Legislator $41,809
Joseph Castellano Putnam County Legislator $41,809
Paul E. Jonke Putnam County Legislator $41,809
Nancy Montgomery Putnam County Legislator $41,809
Virginia Nacerino Putnam County Legislator $41,809
Neal L. Sullivan Putnam County Legislator $41,809
John Bourges Putnam County Coroner $22,666
Michael Nesheiwat Putnam County Coroner $22,666
Additional Stipend for Legislature Chairperson $10,452

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 [email protected], and facsimile to (845) 808-1901. This Local Law shall take effect forty-five days after its passage and is subject to permissive referendum. Dated: Carmel, New York December 3, 2020 Jennifer S. Bumgarner Putnam County Attorney

LEGAL NOTICE County of Putnam Local Law #4 of 2020 LOCAL LAW #4 – AMEND CHAPTER 41, SECTION 41-5 OF THE CODE OF PUTNAM COUNTY ENTITLED “DEPOSIT & INVESTMENT POLICY” ABSTRACT PROVISION: This local Law amends Section 41-5 by amending the list of banks and trust companies designated as official depositories and authorized for the deposit of monies by increasing the maximum deposit amount for Putnam County National Bank, for Tompkins Mahopac National Bank, and for PCSB Commercial Bank subsidiary of PCSB from $10,000,000 to $20,000,000; and by amending Section 41-10(A)(2) by increasing the maximum amount which can be invested by the Commissioner of Finance through a cash management program from $10,000,000 to $30,000,000. 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.

NOTICE OF TAX DELINQUENCY STATE OF NEW YORK
PUTNAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE CARMEL, NEW YORK

WHEREAS, arrears of taxes for the levy of 2020, 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 2020 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, 2020, 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 2020 on each thereof, respectively, together with interest, expenses, and charges which have arisen or accrued or that may arise on November 1, 2020.

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, 2022), AFTER THE DATE ON WHICH THE TAX BECAME A LIEN (JANUARY 1, 2020), 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
921. Kristoferson, Lee & Sean 7.-1-2 $3,431.63
922. Bendkowska Ivona 7.-1-32.3 $6,186.01
923. Lorentzen Cornelia M 8.-2-8 $4,454.31
924. Wiccopee Farm LLC 8.-2-15.31 $1,963.27
925. Wiccopee Farm LLC 8.-2-17.1 $2,014.15
926. Wiccopee Farm LLC 8.-2-18 $1,841.46
927. HFO Property 101 LLC 16.-1-1 $5,320.20
928. The Peaceful House LLC 16.11-1-4 $22,611.51
929. Vickery David G 16.12-1-5.1 $19,389.01
930. Vickery David G 16.12-1-5.3 $4,962.05
931. Joselyn Enterprises Inc 16.12-1-8 $11,153.37
932. Woodward St LLC 16.12-1-24 $10,111.73
933. White Cleaver L 16.12-1-29 $13,783.54
934. Bed Rock Partners 16.15-1-1 $5,600.10
935. Altman Joseph 16.20-1-6 $15,196.22
936. Ulutas Fahriye Isil 17.-1-49 $416.75
937. Frisenda, Granite & Sabrina 17.-3-10 $4,708.16
938. Walsh, Kevin P & Linda S 17.-3-23 $27,585.37
939. McDuffee Charles 18.-2-3 $13,458.05
940. Youghar Iyad 27.6- 1-4 $3,809.77
941. Koseff, Peter & Pamela 27.7-1-35 $13,627.30
942. Kosseff-Putnam Partnership 27.7-1-36 $4,434.80
943. R. G. Wrought Iron Railing Inc 27.11-1-18 $11,720.77
944. Villetto Elizabeth Feller 27.11-1-41 $9,460.77
945. Botros, Nabil & Azza 27.12-1-2 $3,233.53
946. Quintero, Daisy & Jose 27.16-1-25 $2,355.82
947. Allsave Development LLC 27.16- 1-32.6 $115.82
948. HFO Property 103 LLC 27.19-1-17 $3,458.19
949. Ostrow, Eugene & Sandra 27.20-1-1 $11,797.88
950. HFO Prpperty 102 LLC 27.20-1-12.2 $3,308.48
951. Carlson Construction 27.20-1-16 $183.51
952. Lovell Christopher 37.-1-1.5 $57,755.78
953. Waage, Debra Ann & Edward R 37.20-2-20 $8,830.72
954. Boorom, Jim R & Diane Mary 38.-2-18 $27,569.11
955. Ventura, Ricky Nelson & Mark Hamilton 38.-3-28 $41,367.76
956. Geraty, Raymond R & Rita M 38.-3-74 $13,497.15
957. Rathe, Gregory I & Samantha J 38.-3-87.1 $27,012.48
958. Holubar Michelle Thorpe 38.-3-87.21 $5,170.45
959. Holubar Michelle Thorpe 38.-3-87.23 $5,684.73
960. Curran Frank 38.14- 1-22 $76.55
961. Nieves, Robert C & Laura L 38.14-1-23 $59.07
962. Blacksmith Wines LLC 38.17-1-16 $5,861.32
963. Van, Tassel Henry E & Tassel Gloria A 38.17- 2-17 $2,964.78
964. Murray, Louis J & Bianca M 38.18-1-58 $7,458.52
965. Needham Daniel B & Shaginian-Needham Natalya 48.8-2-24 $8,091.64
966. Dolan Anne 48.8- 3-22 $11,698.36
967. Angerame, Louis & Patricia 48.8-5-22 $13,245.70
968. Garuffi Concetta 48.12-2-12 $14,573.33
969. Koutouzi Phillipe & Patterson Margaret C 49.-1-24.22 $3,621.15
970. Sakoutis Zoe & Isenberg Christopher 49.- 2-12 $25,313.30
971. Malter, Stefan & Lisa 49.-3-4 $5,242.02
972. Joter Industries Ltd 49.-3-22 $36,394.18
973. Teitel Louis E & Lee Polly 49.-3-29 $5,726.99
974. Timber Ridge Properties 49.-3-67 $727.36
975. Timber Ridge Properties 49.-3-75 $11,296.66
976. Murphy-Erickson Cristin A 49.-4-25 $2,949.78
977. Rutman Geraldine 49.-4-48 $502.69
978. Szirmay Keith A & Nameth Donna 49.5-2-73 $5,602.59
979. Mullane Deirdre 49.5-2-76 $7,224.82
980. Rodino, Nick D & Kathleen 49.5-4-2 $9,025.87
981. Garrison Green Realty LLC 49.5-5-8 $16,097.08
982. Rutman, Benjamin & Geraldine 50.-2-11 $13,170.58
983. Johnson Peter E 60.-1-20 $17,129.59
984. Gex Evelyn 60.-2- 45 $3,288.85
985. Laux Burton R & Portman-Laux Catherine 60.17-1-22 $25,442.56
986. Nelson Chester E 61.-3-19 $10,453.49
987. Gary J James & Straus Sarena 61.-4-18 $21,178.46
991. U S Bank Truat N A 71.-3-10 $2,245.71
992. Serrano Joel 71.-3- 11 $7,772.46
993. Oslands Inc 71.20- 1-8 $490.03
994. Baker Abraham 72.- 2-54 $189.49
995. Albertson, Glenn J & Amy 81.-1-67 $10,730.44
996. Sheik Duncan 82.- 1-21 $23,874.71
997. Siniscalchi Benny 82.20-2-6 $4,029.43
998. Tigre Luis Alejandro & Sumba Gloria Esperanz 82.20-2-11 $3,890.62
999. Petrone Claudia T 82.20-2-25 $3,934.55
1000. Estate Of Heinz Schaal 82.20-3-1 $139.57
1001. Hill Industries LLC 82.20-3-11 $743.37
1002. Banker Brooks 83.-2-2 $62.11
1003. Clough Rebecca 83.5-1-23 $12,588.75
1004. Elsroth, John P & Laura B 83.10-2-40 $3,586.01
1005. Tonndorf Augusta 83.10-2-42 $392.18
1006. McGee Scott W 83.13-1-5 $167.27
1007. Tonndorf Victor 83.14-1-21 $61.80
1008. Tonndorf Victor 83.14-1-22 $61.80
1009. Tonndorf Victor 83.14-1-23 $61.80
1010. Sprout Brook LLC 83.17-1-12 $3,196.36
1011. Barton Sean 83.17- 1-41 $1,183.17
1012. Dunkley Jennell 83.17-2-51 $387.10
1013. Henderson, Thomas & Elaine V 83.18- 1-13 $61.80
1014. Almazon Jonel 83.18-1-16 $4,051.91
1015. Olsen Thomas & Greene Karen 83.18-1-32 $222.75
1016. Olsen Thomas & Greene Karen 83.18-1-33 $222.75
1017. Olsen Thomas & Greene Karen 83.18-1-34 $225.81
1018. Olsen Thomas & Grenne Karen 83.18-1-35 $7,803.01
1019. Marcy Jane 89.-1- 31 $1,163.23
1020. 4 Hudson River Lane LLC 89.7-1-20 $11,157.40
1021. Bump Jacob 89.7- 1-24 $9,873.39
1022. Swanson Lisa & Robinson Michael 89.15- 1-2 $188.13
1023. Varricchio, Louis J & Gloria A 90.-1-25 $18,696.32
1024. Rossi Lois A 90.8- 2-20 $2,011.16
1025. Mendelson Daniel 90.8-2-49 $3,235.91
1026. Liburd Jeanine 90.8-2-66 $22,385.90
1027. Sanchez, Joseph & Linda S 90.10-1-1 $75.81
1028. Ferguson David & Abernathy Adam 90.11-1-3 $143.21
1029. Tomlinson, Alice & John A II 91.5-1-6 $9,114.58
1030. Lee Eileen Y 91.5- 2-2 $14,028.33
1031. Hancock James B 91.5-2-34 $3,192.83
1032. Hunt John P Jr 91.5-3-12 $14,278.44
1033. Squiccimarro, J A & M A 91.5-4-20 $15,804.99
1034. Barton Sean 91.5- 4-21 $7,714.84
1035. Stern Nicole 91.5- 4-27 $3,160.83
1036. Spinelli Victor T 91.5-4-48 $2,905.60
1037. Kotash Sharon Albanese 91.6-1-23 $8,165.83
1038. DRC Group Of NY LLC 91.6-1-50 $2,899.57