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Leaf vacuum schedule for the week of October 30, 2017

October 28, 2017
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Please place loose leaves~ONLY~out at the curb to be vacuumed.~NO~twigs, branches, or other yard waste should be mixed in with the leaves. These items will clog and damage the equipment. Please do not park on or near leaf piles, this will interfere with the leaf collection crews. Leaf collection crews will be working as late as 7:30 PM if necessary, weather permitting.

 

The following is a list of streets to be vacuumed during the week of  October 30, 2017, weather permitting.

 

Arlington Drive

Benedict Blvd.

Cedar Lane

Cleveland Drive (Old Post Road South to Piney Point Rd.)

Clinton Street

Crest Street

Croton Point Avenue

Devon Avenue

Franklin Avenue

Hastings Avenue

Hill Street

Lexington Drive

Morningside Drive

Nordica Drive

Observatory Drive

Old Post Road South (Cleveland Dr.to Truesdale Dr.)

Oneida Avenue

Park Avenue

Penfield Avenue

Piney Point Avenue

South Riverside Avenue

Sunset Drive

Truesdale Drive

Wayne Street

Whelan Avenue

Young Avenue

Ommegang Brew Masters Dinner

October 25, 2017
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On Friday, January 12th 2018 Brewery Ommegang  Brew Masters, Phil Leinhart and Justin Forsythe and the whole crew will be descending on Holy Smoke Croton for an exclusive Beer Pairing Dinner.

Holy Smoke Croton will be closed to the public the entire day for our annual event.

This exclusive beer pairing dinner will include 5 courses, hand picked to highlight the great beers of Brewery Ommegang, with a unique food menu put together by Phil, Justin and the chefs at Holy Smoke.

This is the most sought after, engaging and fun event we do each year; we are pumped to share the night with our long time friends at Brewery Ommegang and the great patrons of Holy Smoke.

Tickets are available here.

State pushes back on Hudson oil barges

October 25, 2017

Click here for the full story.

New bills in Congress to allow towns to tax nuclear plant’s radioactive spent fuel rods (nuclear waste)

October 25, 2017

Indian Point Update

Release Date: October 24, 2017

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Please click here to view S1903 and H.R. 5632

Indian Point Update

(October 24, 2017)

   New bills in Congress to allow towns to tax nuclear plant’s radioactive spent fuel rod (nuclear waste)

“From Buchanan/Cortlandt to Zion, Illinois!”

We strongly support bill# H.R. 5632 currently in the House of Representative and S1903 in the U.S. Senate to allow municipalities to tax (to generate revenue) radioactive spent fuel rods, which is nuclear waste, left on nuclear locations that have closed by the plant’s owners.  The rods are placed in dry cask storage units.

 

In our situation in the Town of Cortlandt and Village of Buchanan Entergy’s Indian Point’s two operating nuclear plants will close in years 2020 and 2021.  We will be losing an annual $32 million dollars of revenue (a $24 million annual loss to Hendrick Hudson School district,

$4 million to Village of Buchanan, $800,000. to the Town of Cortlandt) and we need to find ways to make up that loss of revenue.  We are working on bringing in new industry, corporations and/or commercial to help offset some of that loss.  However, other means to generate revenue need to be found to assist our community.

 

Therefore, this bill allowing us to tax this nuclear waste depository (spent fuel rods) not allowed now, is one way to assist us.  I encourage Congress to help us and to pass this bill.

 

“This bill is not a handout to Zion.  It is a comprehensive bill that provides short-term relief and long-term solutions for communities that have experienced the negative economic and social impacts of becoming defacto nuclear waste storage facilities.  It will affect communities from Maine to California, from Minnesota to Florida.  The bill will have an immediate impact on communities that have already experienced decommissioning as well as those that are presently involved in the decommissioning process.  Keep in mind that every nuclear power plant in the country will eventually be decommissioned and the host communities will all experience these same social and economic impacts.  This is truly national legislation.” Quote from Mayor Al Hill of Zion, Illinois who has a closed nuclear plant in their community.

 

 

 

Linda D. Puglisi                               Theresa Knickerbocker                    Joseph Hochreiter

Town of Cortlandt Supervisor         Village of Buchanan Mayor            HHSD Superintendent

Wellness Workshops, 5 Doable Tips To Elevate Your Life and more…

October 25, 2017
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“5”  D o a b l e   T i p s   T o   E l e v a t e
YOUR  LIFE
river rocks
Challenge yourself to one or more!
1 – Make water your drink of choice!
2 – Give up refined sugar!
3 -“If it’s a plant, eat it, if it’s made in a plant, don’t”.  -Michael Pollan
4 – Get nourished –  meditate,  up-level your diet, get a massage, get social!
5 – Get physical – Qi Gong, take a hike in nature or a roll in the hay!
 
Balance your life; eat wellget your ZZZ’s and schedule time to disconnect! 
W E L L N E S S    W O R K S H O P S
Pre- Holiday “21-Day Clean Eating” Course
Get ready to transform your health, regain your Mojo

in time for the holidays.
NO   D I E TI N G !
NO  C O U N T I N G  C A L O R I E S !
JUST FEEDING YOUR BODY  WITH HEALTHIER ALTERNATIVES!
Avoid the downhill heath slide that happens during the Holidays 
Begin 2018 with vitality!
SOUP, SOUL &
HIMALAYAN BOWLS
  
Join Sound Healer Michelle Clifton and Health Coach Susan Chasen for a nourishing evening that will feed your body and soul. 
The evening begins with Susan in the kitchen prepping a seasonal soup and salad. Michelle will guide you in a wellness circle where you will experience deep relaxation while Himalayan Singing Bowls, crystal bowls, chimes, tuning forks, and tingsha are played in the room retuning and balancing your own vibration and awakening your body’s innate healing powers.
We will gather around the table to share a nourishing  dinner with a circle of friends.
Date: Friday, Oct 27th, 5:15pm
  W E L L N E S S     W O R K S H O P S 
Qi  Gong
Gi Gong

Balance the Body
Calm the Mind
Lift the Spirit
 
Join Carol Davis, fitness enthusiast, 
for a FREE demo class!
DATE: Saturday, Nov 4th
Time: 1:00-2:00pm
Fall session begin Sunday, Nov 12th
Nourishing Your
C H A  

K
R
A  S
Join Kacey Morabito Grean & Susan Chasen for an enlightening “lunch & learn” that will nourish your CHAKRAS and bellies too
+ a group REIKI experience too!
DATE: Sunday, Nov 5th
TIME:   12:30-2:30PM
MEDITATION CIRCLE
Amy Reyer

 

 a weekly loving-kindness meditation, an ancient mindfulness-based practice designed for emotional healing, mood enhancement, building self-confidence, social connection and overall mental well-being.

 
WHEN: Every Sunday
TIME:  10:00-11:00am
MOVIE SCREENING
 

A groundbreaking film that exposes the collusion and corruption in government and big business. A surprising, and at times hilarious, investigative documentary that will be an eye-opener for everyone concerned about our nation’s health and how big business influences it.
A panel discussion, including me,  to follow movie.
 
WHEN: Thursday, Nov 2nd
TIME:  7-9:30pm

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Village of Croton-on-Hudson Field Conditions

October 24, 2017
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Village of Croton-on-Hudson Field Conditions
Date: 10/24/2017
Field:
OPEN
CLOSED
Croton Landing
X
Dobbs Field
X
Duck Pond Field
X
Firefighter’s Memorial Field
X
David J. Manes Memorial Field-BASEBALL
X
David J. Manes Memorial Field-SOCCER
X
Vassallo Park
X

Decoding Village Agendas – October 23, 2017

October 21, 2017
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Work Session of the Village Board

7: 30 p.m.

 (Open to Public and Televised)

 

 

 

  • Discussion with Alan Kassay, Partner with the accounting firm O’Connor Davies, to review the Village’s 2016-2017 Audit Report.   The Auditors will present their final report and financial statement on the fiscal year ending May 31, 2017.  

 

 

 

  • Discussion of request by the owner of Green Growler for 3 reduced rate parking permits in Section A of the Croton Harmon Lot.  The owner is seeking a reduced rate on a monthly basis for employees.  The spots would be designated and marked as reserved for those employees.

 

 

 

  • Village Board of Trustees considers authorizing the proposed tax certiorari settlement with the owner of 193-197 Grand Street (68.17-4-58) and authorizes the Village Attorney to consent to the Final Order and Judgment reflecting this settlement with the Supreme Court of the State of New York.  The Village would refund a total of $1836.01 to the owners of Ella 1 LLC.  The Village Assessor and Village Attorney have agreed that the assessment values used by the Town of Cortlandt are fair.

 

 

 

  • Vouchers 2017-2018   This is budgetary housekeeping.