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Monthly Updates

Posted on: July 6, 2020

[ARCHIVED] July Monthly Update

July Monthly Update

The new addition of “Monthly Update” will contain a short update on any ongoing topics that were reported on the prior month as well as any new items of interest.

Old Westbury Pond Beautification Project:

This wonderful project is almost completed.  The two new fountains activated yesterday morning and look outstanding. The new plant material and grass seed is being watered by the contractor and hopefully, with some needed rain, will take hold. Motorists will notice a recently installed “Turtle Crossing” sign that will make everyone aware of the turtles and other wildlife in the area. 

7.1.2020 Pond 3

Updates from Village Hall:

Village Hall opened its doors to the general public as scheduled on Monday, June 8th while following all safety measures related to COVID-19.  Village Hall Staff was pleased to once again provide service to our residents in person.  For those seeking a Building Department building permit, it is suggested that you schedule an appointment with Building Department Superintendent, Michael Malatino, by calling Village Hall at 626-0800.    

Public Meetings:

The upcoming Planning Board meeting scheduled for Monday, July 6th at 7PM will be conducted via Zoom and the call-in information will be posted on the top of the meeting’s Agenda. There will not be a Zoning Board of Appeals meeting for July since there are no new applications before the Board.  The Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for Monday, July 20th at 7PM is scheduled to be held in public at Village Hall.  Safety measures will be in place and seating might be limited subject to the number of attendees.

Tax Billing:

Village Tax payments are due no later then Wednesday, July 22, 2020.  This extending was granted to the Village by Executive Order #202.32 of the Governor.

Annual Village Elections:

The annual Village Election will be held on Tuesday, September 15th at Village Hall between the hours of 12noon and 9PM for residents of Old Westbury who are registered voters with the Nassau County Board of Elections.  Guidelines for this election shall follow Executive Order #202.46 dated June 30th (copy attached).  The positions on this year’s ballot will be the Mayor and two (2) Trustees - each will be for a term of four (4) years.  For questions, please call Village Hall at 626-0800 and speak with Village Administrator Brian Ridgway.  

Web-Site Communications App Enhancements:

This project is advancing and should be completed by early September.

License Plate Readers:

Installation is underway at all entry points of the Village and the project is scheduled to be completed by early August. These cameras will aid our Police Department in monitoring traffic activity.

New Items of Interest

“Project of the Year Award” Received:

The Village of Old Westbury was awarded the annual “Project of the Year Award” by the New York State Association of Water Works via a Zoom award ceremony for the recently completed 1 Million Gallon Water Storage Tank at Well #6.  Accepting the award on behalf of the Village was Mayor Fred J. Carillo and Superintendent of Water Tom O’Connor. In their remarks, the Mayor and Tom O’Connor thanked the entire Water Department and Department of Public Works employees who worked together throughout the project on a wide range of assignments to ensure a successful outcome.     

Department of Public Works:

The employees of the Village’s Department of Public Works under the direction of Superintendent Danny Alves, have had a very busy and productive Spring.  Besides the normal maintenance and policing of the Village’s roadways the crew has been busy planting flowers and performing some early Spring trimming at Village Hall and weekly grass cutting throughout the Village.  In addition, the various flower beds around the Village have been cleaned and addressed. Additional projects that were accomplished by the Department this Spring included monitoring the Old Westbury Pond Project, placement of wood chips at several locations throughout the Village, daily maintenance of the Village-owned vehicles and most recently, the installation of a plexiglass divider at the Village Hall main counter to ensure everyone’s safety when visiting Village Hall.   

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