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Sep
16
Thu
2021
*** UPDATE: This meeting has been cancelled*** Zoning Board of Appeals: Regular Meeting
Sep 16 @ 7:00 pm
Sep
21
Tue
2021
Village Board Regular Meeting
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Village of Washingtonville Water Sewer Public Hearing
Sep 21 @ 7:15 pm
Sep
22
Wed
2021
CRIMINAL COURT
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am
Sep
28
Tue
2021
Planning Board: Regular Meeting
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm

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Dawn Gallagher Salka
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A Message from Village HallDear residents of the Village of Washingtonville, I trust that this message finds everyone safe and healthy in the wake of Tropical Storm Ida’s flood-inducing rainfall. Please know that Village of Washingtonville Department of Public Works employees, have been working relentlessly to ensure that clogged culverts, storm drains have been cleared. I also just conferred with Town Supervisor Rob Jeroloman and followed up with a meeting with the Manager of Orange County’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and Emergency Planner, Dominick Greene. Mr. Greene advises that there may be funds available for “individual assistance” from FEMA. He encouraged us to manage expectations, as there will be “needs based” assessments. This translates to the construct that bases relief monies on your household income level, as well as your existing insurance coverage. Items such as structural damage, loss of furnace, or electrical panel compromise are considered priorities. Other appliances, say a second refrigerator in your basement are obviously lower-priority losses. FEMA allows 22 days from disaster event for the County to submit a list of residents’ claims. Keep in mind, any individual claim may or may not be entertained. But we would be derelict in not compiling a list for submission and ascertaining what, if anything, can/may be replaced by FEMA.With this in mind. I must have said list turned over to Orange County no later than Monday, September 20th, 2021. Therefore, any resident interested in submitting for potential claim consideration MUST have the below information emailed to the Village Hall Clerk at christine@washingtonville-ny.gov or mayor@washingtonville-ny.gov by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 17th, 2021.Residents who sustained damage to their property, please provide ONLY the following general information:Name, address, email address, telephone number and a brief description of the damages you have incurred. Please include a general description of flood damage; location such as basement, first floor, second floor; and types of damage and loss, i.e. electrical, furnace, finished basement, personal property, etc. Thank you for your patience during our response to this weather event. Joseph BuccoMayor ... See MoreSee Less
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“The heavy flooding led to us declaring a state of emergency and closing schools. Some of our residents lost everything and continue to live in fear of flooding. I’m happy to have the support of Congressman Maloney, who is fighting in Washington to ensure that we recover from this devastation. We will come back stronger than ever before.” – Village of Washingtonville Mayor Joseph bucco ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you, Town of Blooming Grove Supervisor Robert C. Jeroloman and Village of Washingtonville Mayor Joseph bucco, for joining me on my storm damage tour. Ida hit Orange County hard – especially here in Washingtonville, where a bridge collapsed and roads and neighborhoods were submerged. This village is slowly returning to normal, but we need more aid to speed up our recovery and rebuild. ... See MoreSee Less
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