11 January Boil Water Advisory LIFTED for: Burroughs Ln, Shelly Rd, Keats Dr, Byron Ln, Melville Dr, Stephenson Ln & Hemingway Ln January 11, 2020 By Patrick Mangan General 0 The Boil Water Advisory has been LIFTED for: Burroughs Ln, Shelly Rd, Keats Dr, Byron Ln, Melville Dr, Stephenson Ln & Hemingway Ln as of 11:30am on January 11th. Related Articles Boil Water Advisory Due to Emergency Water Leak Repair: Burroughs Ln, Shelly Rd, Keats Dr, Byron Ln, Melville Dr, Stephenson Ln & Hemingway Ln Due to a emergency water main leak repair, water will be turned off at approximately 4 PM on the following streets on Thursday, January 9th Burroughs Lane, Shelly Road, Keats Drive, Byron Lane, Melville Drive, Stephenson Lane and Hemingway Lane A precautionary boil water advisory has been issued for these same streets until further notice. Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and sign up for text alerts from the Town for notifications. Boil Water Advisory: Burroughs Ln, Shelly Rd, Byron Ln, Hemmingway Rd, Stephenson Ln, Melville Dr and Keats Dr The leak repair work has been completed and water service is back on for all affected residents. There is a boil water advisory in affect Burroughs Ln, Shelly Rd, Byron Ln, Hemmingway Rd, Stephenson Ln, Melville Dr and Keats Dr until further notice. Bring tap water to a rolling boil, boil for one minute, and cool before using, or use bottled water certified for sale by the New York State Department of Health. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing foods until further notice. UPDATE: Water Shutdown & Leak Repair: Burroughs Ln, Shelly Rd, Byron Ln, Hemmingway Rd, Stephenson Ln, Melville Dr and Keats Dr *UPDATE 1/21 10am: Water shutdown extended to include Byron Ln, Hemmingway Rd, Stephenson Ln, Melville Dr and Keats Dr.* We have an upcoming water shutdown for a second leak repair this coming Tuesday, January 21st. There will be no water on Burroughs Ln and Shelly Rd from 9am to 4pm. There will POSSIBLY be no water on Byron Ln, Hemmingway Rd, Stephenson Ln, Melville Dr and Keats Dr from 9am-4pm. Please prepare to have no water in case the leak repair becomes more extensive on Tuesday. The crews will not know if this second group of streets will be affected until Tuesday. Following the repair, there will be a boil water advisory in affect for at a minimum Burroughs Ln and Shelly Rd. We'll post if a boil water advisory will be in affect for the second group of streets once the extent of the repair is known. Water Meter Replacement Project On going updates and information on the water meter replacement project can be found here: Water Meter Replacement Project Page Butterhill Wells- Notice of Production Restoration Click HERE to view a notice regarding the restoration of Water Production with Filtration at Butterhill Wells. New Windsor Police install new pole mounted speed limit sign Town Police & Highway Department members were on Dean Hill Road recently to talk to some area residents about the installation of a new pole mounted electronic speed limit sign. Town residents Sabrina Oliveri and Kevin Shader had written a letter to the Town about their concerns of speeding cars on Dean Hill Road and requested a sign of this type be installed to help slow vehicles down. Electronic speed limit signs of this type are portable and are used to alert motorists of their speed if they are traveling above the posted limit. The Police Department determined that Dean Hill Road would be a suitable location for the sign to be displayed. The Highway Department installed the sign post and the sign last week. New Windsor Police Chief Robert Doss stated, “I think this is an excellent example of how we all can work together to get things done. Traffic safety in the town is extremely important to us and getting cars to slow down in residential areas like Dean Hill Road is a priority. Motorists have to realize that there are people walking their dogs, people exercising and kids playing in these areas and they need to be aware of their speed and slow down for everyone’s safety.” If you know of a road that you think would benefit from the installation of one of the signs, please contact Sgt. William Ruger. He can be contacted at (845) 565-7000 or at [email protected] The Police Department recently obtained two of these electronic speed signs using grant funding from The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant. This grant is federally funded and is used for criminal justice programs at the state and local levels. The signs are portable and can be easily moved from location to location depending on need. Pictured in the photos are (L to R): NW Highway Superintendent Anthony Fayo, Kevin Shader, Sabrina Oliveri, Sgt William Ruger, Police Chief Robert Doss, Mrs. Byron, Mr. Vernon Byron. Comments are closed.