11 June $800 Million Available for Small Businesses in NY June 11, 2021 By Danyelle Barrett General 0 Related Articles Advertisement For Bids- Police Body Worn Camera System Advertisement for Bids Please take notice that the Town of New Windsor will receive sealed bids for: Town of New Windsor Police Body Worn Camera System At the office of the Town Clerk, Town of New Windsor, County of Orange, State of New York, until 10:00 a.m. eastern standard time, on December 30, 2020, at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be opened and read aloud at 10:00 a.m. (local time) on December 30, 2020, in the Town Clerk’s office or Town Hall, both of which are located at 555 Union Ave, New Windsor, NY 12553. Due to the current COVID-19 situation and in recognition of Executive Orders issued by the Governor of the State of New York, the bid opening will not be open to the public. Instead, it will be streamed live on the Town’s Facebook page at http://facebook.com/newwindsorny. Information for bidders, specifications, and bid sheets may be obtained by either: Visiting the Town Clerk’s office at 555 Union Ave., New Windsor, NY 12553 (Please note, consistent with federal, state and local health official’s social distancing recommendations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the town has reduced in-office staff hours and town hall is presently open to the public by appointment only, during limited hours, Monday – Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Appointments can be made by calling the Town Clerk’s office at 845-563-4611. Temperature checks and face masks are required to enter Town Hall. Anyone with a fever or refusing to wear a mask will be denied entry); or 2. Calling the Town Clerk’s office at 845-563-4611 to request an email of the Dropbox link containing the aforementioned material. All prospective bidders requesting information must provide an email address for notification of any changes in the manner by which the bids will be opened and in order to receive any addendums to the request for proposals. Only those persons/companies whose name and address are on the official record of having obtained bid specifications will be permitted to submit a bid and, if necessary, receive any addendums. The Town Board of the Town of New Windsor reserves the right to reject any or all bids received and to waive any informalities contained in any bids received or in the process by which such bids are submitted. No bidder may withdraw their bid within sixty (60) days of the actual bid opening. By Order of the Town Board Town of New Windsor Kelly Allegra, Town Clerk Town of New Windsor 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. Town Hall closed to public; Town Hall staff available via email, phone and websites Effective Thursday March 19 New Windsor Town Hall and Recreation Offices will be closed to the public. Employees will be available daily between 10am and 4pm to conduct business via phone, email and website. There is also a mail slot in the front door of town hall that is available for correspondence. Online services are available 24 hours a day at newwindsor-ny.gov. These include online utility bill payments, court fines and fees payments, online FOIL requests, online mapping, and more on our website. On Friday March 20 Town Hall and Recreation Offices will be closed for a deep cleaning and sanitization. Monday March 23 through Friday March 27, Town Hall and Recreation offices will be closed to the public, with employees available from 10am and 4pm to conduct business via phone, email and website. In addition, Supervisor Meyers is declaring a State of Emergency in the Town of New Windsor. THIS IS ONLY A FORMALITY, to ensure the Town is eligible for reimbursement for expenses occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it also removes restrictions on the bidding process. Please contact Supervisor Meyers office at (845) 563-4610 or email [email protected] with any questions or concerns. U.S. Small Business Administration News Release & Fact Sheet on Hurricane Ida Disaster Relief Attached please find a news release and fact sheet from the US Small Business Administration regarding the addition of Orange County to the Hurricane Ida Disaster Declaration in New York. Businesses and residents in Orange County are now eligible to apply for SBA's low-interest Physical and Economic Injury Disaster Loans. Listing of Veterans at Woodlawn Cemetery Available on Website A listing of Veteran Graves at New Windsor's Woodlawn Cemetery is now available on the cemetery's website. It includes Veterans' military status information, lifespans, grave locations, and photos of the grave markers. Special thank you to Eagle Scout Colin Fields for collecting this information as part of his Eagle Scout Project. View the webpage by clicking HERE. Town Receives Nearly 1.6 Million Dollars in Settlement Funds from DEA Investigation New Windsor Town Supervisor Stephen A. Bedetti and Police Chief Daniel Valeri are proud to announce that the town has received nearly 1.6 million dollars in settlement funds as part of a long Drug Enforcement Administration investigation. Recently retired New Windsor Police Detective Michael Schwartz spearheaded the involvement of our police department as a long-standing member of the DEA Drug Task Force. This money will be used for future drug related investigations and to further invest in our police department. Thank you to retired Detective Schwartz and our entire police department for all they do to keep New Windsor safe on a daily basis. Much of their hard work goes unnoticed but New Windsor residents should feel better knowing our police department is continually working to make our town a better place on a daily basis. Comments are closed.