5 March Lake Road Bridge Project Update March 5, 2020 By Patrick Mangan General 0 Lake Road Bridge Project: Contractor anticipates spring start up to commence March 23, 2020. The projected completion date is: June 30, 2020. These dates are subject to change due to supply or weather delays. Related Articles Water Meter Replacement Project On going updates and information on the water meter replacement project can be found here: Water Meter Replacement Project Page Notice of Annual Election: Quassaick Bridge Fire Department NOTICE OF ANNUAL ELECTION QUASSAICK BRIDGE FIRE DISTRICT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Annual Election of the Quassaick Bridge Fire District will take place on December 10, 2019, between the hours of 6:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M. at the firehouse located at 275 Walsh Avenue, New Windsor, New York for the following purpose: To elect one (1) Fire District Commissioner for a five (5) year term commencing January 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2024. All residents of the Quassaick Bridge Fire District, who are duly registered to vote with the Orange County Board of Elections on or before November 18, 2019 shall be entitled to vote at this election. Any person desiring to have his or her name appear on the ballot for the above office must have filed a petition, signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified electors of the Fire District, with the Secretary of the Fire District not later than November 20, 2019. SHAWN McGRATH, SECRETARY QUASSAICK BRIDGE FIRE DISTRICT Water Outage/Low Pressure: Mount Airy / Riley Road Area Crews are on scene and working on a emergency water outage/low pressure in the area of Mount Airy / Riley Road in New Windsor. Please follow us on Facebook for updates as they come in from the crews on scene: Town of New Windsor Facebook Town Court Update- May 28th Court Updated Status: May 28, 2020 The Town of New Windsor Court Room is still closed until further notice for in-person trials, hearings, and pre-trial conferences, including Vehicle and Traffic Offenses, small claims, and summary proceedings. If you have received a suspension notice from DMV with an effective suspension date during the time of the courts closure, those suspensions have either been lifted or removed. If you are concerned about an unpaid fine please know the court will NOT be enforcing any penalties to unpaid fines during the courts closure. We will be extending payments a minimum of 30 days from the courts re-opening. ALL court matters have administratively been adjourned until further notice: **If you had a court date during the courts closure, or have an upcoming court date while the court remains closed, we will be sending each person a notice with a new court date once we get the directives that the courts can re-open. *** UPDATE: The Court Lobby will be open Monday through Friday 11 AM – 3 PM to file new cases, answering Vehicle and Traffic Tickets ( initial plea to the summons; providing documentation that insurance and/or registration was in effect when issued the VTL Summons; vehicle defect issues have been corrected and paying fines. We thank you for your cooperation in the effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19 to the others in the community. 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 Update: restoration times / water available for affected residents Our crews are still onsite and working on the water outage. Due to the emergency leak repair yesterday, when a water line was shut down, it caused a larger infrastructure problem that is taking longer to fix. Water service is expected to be restored later morning / early afternoon once the repair is complete. A water tanker will be available later this morning at Vails Gate Fire Company Station 2 on 4 Weather Oak Hill Road. Please bring containers to fill. Cases of bottled water will also be available for those affected by the water outage. We’ll post once both the tanker and bottled water are available at Vails Gate Fire Company Station 2. WATER IS NOT AVAILABLE right now, please wait until we follow up with a second post. Comments are closed.