Entries for October 2016

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Supervisor Randazzo has been in contact with a representative of the State Health Department regarding the concerns of water quality in the greater Newburgh area. The representative stated that tests have been conducted in the Cornwall area starting with Beaver Dam Lake and continued to the Moodna stream, and tests will be conducted on the Village of Cornwall on Hudson water supply at the Taylor Road wells. These tests are being conducted as a precautionary measure to evaluate any possible adverse effects on water in the Cornwall area. Thus far, the tests have not indicated any issues of concern. The State Health Department will be generating a report within the next week for our information and a status update. The State Health Department is coordinating their efforts with the Orange County Health Department as well.

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There will be no parking on the East side of Main Street from the traffic Circle to Town Hall on Saturday, October 29th from 9:00 am -11:00 am due to a road race.

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Sunday, October 23, 2016, 8 am to 10 am, Route 218 gates in Cornwall. Parking at base of Route 218, in Cornwall, just before gates. Bring sturdy gloves, water and elbow grease. Hosted by Cornwall Conservation Advisory Council.

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Residents visiting the Town of Cornwall’s parks, Riverlight Park and Laurel Crest Park, will see big changes this fall. Thanks to a significant grant made possible by Dr Pepper Snapple Group (NYSE: DPS) in collaboration with Keep America Beautiful, the Town’s beautiful and well-maintained parks will now promote a cleaner environment through our newly initiated public park recycling effort. The Recycling Bin Grant Program provides funding for 900 new recycling bins in public parks across the country in 2016, making recycling more accessible for Americans enjoying the outdoors.

The Dr Pepper Snapple Group/Keep America Beautiful Park Recycling Bins will be used at both parks to collect recyclable beverage containers, such as glass bottles, aluminum and metal cans, and plastic bottles and cups. “The bins will make recycling convenient and easier for residents and visitors using our parks,” said Town of Cornwall Supervisor Richard Randazzo. See attached link.

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