14 December Thank you from Toys for Tots Hudson Valley December 14, 2022 By Danyelle Barrett General 0 Dear Town of New Windsor residents, Thank you. Because of your compassionate gift, children in the Hudson Valley will enjoy this Holiday Season with smiles on their faces and joy in their hearts. It’s wonderful to know that big-hearted people like you, who care so much and give so generously , support children who wouldn’t have a Holiday Season without your kindness and thoughtfulness. Toys for Tots – Hudson Valley Related Articles Thank you to everyone who supported the Marine Corps Toy For Toys Annual Toy Drive! The Town of New Windsor would like to thank you for your thoughtfulness and generosity supporting the U.S. Marine Corps Toys For Tots Annual Toy Drive. Toys for Tots boxes located in Town Hall until Friday, Dec 10th Toys for Tots boxes located in Town Hall until Friday, Dec 10th Toys for Tots boxes at Town Hall until Friday, December 9th Toys for Tots boxes at Town Hall until Friday, December 9th Toys for Tots Collection Boxes at Town Hall Until Dec 8th Toys for Tots Collection Boxes at Town Hall Until Dec 8th NYS DPS to hold Virtual Hearings for Central Hudson's Electric and Gas Rate Case 9/12/23 and 9/20/23 The NYS Public Service Commission Wants to Hear From You - NYS DPS to hold Virtual Hearings for Central Hudson's Electric and Gas Rate Case 9/12/23 and 9/20/23 To ensure full public participation, the Commission will hold a series of virtual hearings on September 12 and 20, 2023, to solicit input and comments from your community regarding Central Hudson Electric and Gas rate cases. On July 31, 2023, Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation (Central Hudson) filed amendments to its electric and natural gas tariff schedules seeking approval from the New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) to increase its annual electric and natural gas delivery revenue to be effective July 1, 2024. Central Hudson serves the territories of Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Sullivan, and Ulster counties. Central Hudson is proposing to increase its electric delivery revenue by approximately $139.5 million (a 31.9 percent increase in base delivery revenues), and its natural gas delivery revenue by approximately $41.5 million (a 29.2 percent increase in base delivery revenues). Central Hudson’s filing proposes to provide energy efficiency incentives and services, invest in infrastructure modernization, and maintain energy affordability while ensuring the continuation of safe, reliable, and resilient electric and gas systems. If you wish to comment at a hearing, you must register no later than the day before. To register by phone, call 1 800-342-3330 and follow the prompts. Any person who would like to listen to the hearings and does not wish to make a statement may access the hearings without registering. Details on how to participate at the public hearings and how to submit comments are available in the Notice of Public Statement Hearings which can be found in the link provided here Central Hudson's Electric and Gas Rates. September 12 1:00 pm September 12 5:00 pm September 20 1:00 pm September 20 5:00 pm We encourage you and your constituents to join us at the hearings and provide comments. Information about the filings can be found at www.dps.ny.gov or use the links below. Central Hudson case #23-E-0418 Central Hudson case #23-G-0419 Richard Berkley Consumer Advocate and Director Office of Consumer Services Link from DPS with additional information:https://dps.ny.gov/event/central-hudson-virtual-public-statement-hearings-regarding-central-hudsons-rate-case-1 Update from Supervisor Meyers: NWPD Bike Patrol, Dog Park & New K9 Officer From Supervisor Meyers: We are introducing a few new additions for New Windsor that have been in planning stages for a couple of months. Beginning tomorrow, July 6, a police bicycle patrol will begin in our housing developments. We have had six of our officers in training for this detail. I think it is important for our officers to interact with our residents on a regular basis. My belief is that this type of patrol will be helpful in accomplishing that goal. The officers assigned to this detail are anxious to get started. There is a schedule of the dates and locations of these patrols and all our housing developments are included. Lieutenant Fred Fayo will provide oversight of this unit. The bikes will be rack mounted on a marked police vehicle and the officer will determine when and how long to patrol on the bike. I have heard repeatedly from our residents that they do not know any of the police officers, and I hope that this will create positive interaction for our residents with our officers. I have been discussing a town dog park for New Windsor for a number of weeks and the park is now a reality. The park is located at our San G Park on Union Ave across from Heritage school. There are two sections for different size dogs and both have shade structures and water bowl filling stations. The gate key required for use of the dog park will be available at the town clerk’s office starting on Thursday, July 8. In addition, as of this past Friday, we have a new K-9 unit assigned to our police patrol unit. Officer Joe Bell and his partner Duke graduated after months of training and will now be on patrol helping to keep New Windsor a safe place for all of us. Comments are closed.