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While there are no threats to the Washingtonville Central School District, the Village of Washingtonville Police Department will have an increased presence in and around schools throughout the village tomorrow.

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the victims of today’s horrible and senseless school shooting in Florida.

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On Wednesday January 31st our Village Board adopted our budget for the year 2018-2019. The total increase in expenditures has increased by $261,478.78. Due to fiscal responsibility on our part there will not be a tax increase for this coming year. The rate of $1,000.00 or per unit on your property assessment has gone from 46.521801 in the year 2017-2018 down to 45.438791 in this budget.
Some highlights in this budget include; a grant from State Assemblyman Skoufis, for improvements to Vern Allen Park (a dog park, splash park, bocce courts, basketball, handball, pickle ball and a pavilion/band shell). In our proposed park (Sewell Park at Washingtonville Green) across from our middle school, will include walking trails, game tables, gazebo, and seating areas. We have proposed a parking metering system in the old village hall parking area across from Betty’s Country Kitchen. The board feels this system will generate $30,000.00 in revenue for the village. We have included monies in this budget for two fountains in the ponds off Ahern and Washington Blvd. These fountains will help in aesthetics while controlling anything stagnant water poses. To improved safety concerns at Memorial park lighting will be installed throughout the planting areas. The sprinkler system that was installed when the park was created will be updated. There are plans to build a new inclusive park for children. This park area will be in partnership with our local Lions Club. Woodfield park will see improvements to the skateboard areas as well as the addition of a basketball court. This area will also be designed for our future proposal of an ice skating rink.
We will be seeking a bond to pave our streets and fix our sidewalks that are in dire need of repair. This has been promised and budgeted in the past by previous boards, yet nothing has been done. We assure you this is our priority. Our board will be driving our village streets and rating them in according to their need for total repaving or an additional layer of asphalt.
I would like to thank the residents for your continued support. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me in my office at village hall, my personal, cell at 845-774-9185, or email me at mayor@washingtonville-ny.gov.

Joseph Bucco
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While there are no threats to the Washingtonville Central School District, the Village of Washingtonville Police Department will have an increased presence in and around schools throughout the village tomorrow.

Thank you
Mayor Joseph Bucco
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Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the victims of today’s horrible and senseless school shooting in Florida.

Mayor Joseph Bucco and Board of Trustees
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On Wednesday January 31st our Village Board adopted our budget for the year 2018-2019. The total increase in expenditures has increased by $261,478.78. Due to fiscal responsibility on our part there will not be a tax increase for this coming year. The rate of $1,000.00 or per unit on your property assessment has gone from 46.521801 in the year 2017-2018 down to 45.438791 in this budget.
Some highlights in this budget include; a grant from State Assemblyman Skoufis, for improvements to Vern Allen Park (a dog park, splash park, bocce courts, basketball, handball, pickle ball and a pavilion/band shell). In our proposed park (Sewell Park at Washingtonville Green) across from our middle school, will include walking trails, game tables, gazebo, and seating areas. We have proposed a parking metering system in the old village hall parking area across from Betty’s Country Kitchen. The board feels this system will generate $30,000.00 in revenue for the village. We have included monies in this budget for two fountains in the ponds off Ahern and Washington Blvd. These fountains will help in aesthetics while controlling anything stagnant water poses. To improved safety concerns at Memorial park lighting will be installed throughout the planting areas. The sprinkler system that was installed when the park was created will be updated. There are plans to build a new inclusive park for children. This park area will be in partnership with our local Lions Club. Woodfield park will see improvements to the skateboard areas as well as the addition of a basketball court. This area will also be designed for our future proposal of an ice skating rink.
We will be seeking a bond to pave our streets and fix our sidewalks that are in dire need of repair. This has been promised and budgeted in the past by previous boards, yet nothing has been done. We assure you this is our priority. Our board will be driving our village streets and rating them in according to their need for total repaving or an additional layer of asphalt.
I would like to thank the residents for your continued support. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me in my office at village hall, my personal, cell at 845-774-9185, or email me at mayor@washingtonville-ny.gov.

Joseph Bucco
Mayor
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