Village of Maybrook Board Meeting
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
- Village of Maybrook and VFW Post 2064 & Auxiliary “Run for Homeless Heroes” 5k Race/Walk -VILLAGE OF MAYBROOK AND VFW POST 2064 & AUXILIARY will host our 3rd Annual “Run for Homeless Heroes” Classic 5k Run and Walk which will be held on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th. All of the proceeds will benefit homeless veterans. This information along with the registration form and online registration is also available on the Village of Maybrook website and Facebook Page.
- Maybrook “PINK” for October– On September 10th, the Maybrook Board of Trustees unanimously proclaimed October Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the Village of Maybrook which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. The Village of Maybrook is a proud sponsor of this great cause and support awareness for early detection. Pink ribbons are displayed at the Maybrook Government Center. Residents are welcome to display them as well. A special thank you to Cindy Lord from Lord’s Florist for supplying the village with pink ribbons!
- Country Club Drive and Sidewalk Project- This week, the curbs will be completed on Country Club Drive and we have a tentative paving date of Thursday, October 18th and Friday, October 19th. Weather has been and continues to be a factor for this project. We are also finishing up on the final approvals from New York State Department of Transportation of the new sidewalks being installed from Clarke Place to Oak St and Oak St. to Williams St. Our goal is to have both projects completed as soon as possible. I want to thank DPW Supervisor Matt Thorp and Village Engineer Sean Hoffman for staying on top of both of these projects.
- Leaf Pick up in Maybrook– It’s that time of year and leaf pick up has started in the village. Leaves MUST be bagged in biodegradable bags which are FREE and available here at the Government Center or at the DPW Garage. Just a reminder, bagged leaves will be picked up by our garbage contractor County Waste on THURSDAY’s.
- Motivational Speaker Marc Mero– I was asked if I could get the word out about a planned event at the Valley Central High School that will take place on Thursday, October 25th at 7 pm. This event is FREE and highly recommended for families with young adults in Middle School and High School. Marc Mero is a retired amateur boxer and professional wrestler, and now tours as a motivational speaker encouraging kids to make positive choices in their lives. He is best known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation. My message is to every parent in our village and surrounding communities. Please make every effort to attend this event with your children. It’s informative and hits home about staying on the RIGHT path! The local Fire Departments (Montgomery, Maybrook, Walden and Coldenham) in the Town of Montgomery came together to make this event possible and are hoping for a large turnout. Please spread the word by encouraging your friends and neighbors to attend this FREE event with their families.
- Kiwanis Club of Maybrook– On Friday, September 28, 2018, the Kiwanis Club of Maybrook hosted and welcomed residents and guests to their “Charter Night” at the Maybrook Senior Center. The Kiwanis Club of Maybrook had a raffle of 25 Gift Baskets, a 50/50 raffle and light refreshments for guests. The Kiwanis Club of Maybrook proudly raised over $1,000.00 for the evening! I am deeply proud and honored to welcome the newly formed Kiwanis Club of Maybrook to our village. I wish to congratulate and thank the Maybrook Kiwanis Club Officers, Board of Directors and Charter Members for coming together and forming this wonderful organization in our village. I also wish to thank David Morse, Kiwanis Club Organizer and Charter Member of the Kiwanis Club of Minisink Valley and the Kiwanis Lt. Governor James Burtis of Hudson River West for recognizing the potential in our village and their support of the Kiwanis Club of Maybrook. I am also a proud Charter Member of the Maybrook Kiwanis Club and I look forward to many years of success in serving our community!
- Hydrant Flushing– Hydrant Flushing begins in the village on Monday, October 22nd thru to Friday, November 9th during the week. Water may be discolored but it is safe to drink. The washing of clothing is recommended after 5:30 pm. As always, we thank everyone for their cooperation.
- Village of Maybrook Halloween Party– The Village of Maybrook Halloween Party will be held on Wednesday, October 31st which is Halloween beginning at 5 pm and ending at 6 pm. There will be games, music, raffles and refreshments for elementary school aged children. Afterwards, the kids can go trick or treating in the village which is from 6 pm to 8 pm. Reminder to all residents, if you are giving out candy please leave your front porch light ON. Please turn your front porch light OFF if you do NOT wish to participate.
- Maybrook Fire Department “Community Open House”– The Maybrook Fire Department will be hosting their Community Open House” on Saturday, October 20th from 1pm to 3 pm at the Maybrook Fire House. There will be fun and informative activities for children and adults. Visit the Maybrook Fire Department website at maybrookfd.com for more information.
- Next Scheduled Village Board Meeting– Our next Village Board Meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 22, 2018 at 7 pm.
Be Safe and Be Well,
Mayor Dennis K. Leahy