Place: Recycle Center next to PV Highway Dept. 265 Oscawana Lake Road
$10.00 Contents of Cars, and Station Wagons.
Contents of Small Trucks/Pick-Up Trucks Mini Vans, Vans and Trailers. *** CHARGE IS ACCORDING TO SIZE OF LOAD. ***
NO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
This includes insulation, plasterboard, 2 x 4’s and any building lumber, roofing materials, door or window framing and any other small or large renovation materials.
NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
This includes paint cans with any paint residue, pesticides, herbicides, oils, lubricants, acids, thinners and any other materials or substance of a flammable or poisonous nature. No propane tanks, empty or otherwise.
WE ACCEPT, WITH NO CHARGE Most metal products: (stoves, dishwashers, hot water tanks, holding tanks, metal sinks, tubs, bathroom fixtures, lawn machinery, car/truck batteries and any predominantly metal item). Televisions, Computer Equipment and other Electronics.
*** We accept freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners and dehumidifiers, there is a $10.00 fee to extract the Freon from refrigerators. ***
$5.00 fee to extract the Freon from air conditioning units.
Tires are $3.00 each without rims, 13-15”
$5.00 each with rims, 13-15”
$5.00 each light truck tires (4×4) 16-19”
Highway Department Road Closures:
Our Highway Department is already at work putting the Town's roads back together. Please drive carefully as they do...
Environmental Hazards / Closures:
In effect March 16th - May 14th
For info on the BAN, call the Putnam Valley Volunteer Fire Department
Tuesdays: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm and Sundays: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Protect your pets!
A hawk can swoop down and fly away with a dog or cat weighing 12 lbs (or more!)
Do not leave small pets outdoors without close supervision.
No other hazardous conditions in Putnam Valley, NY have been reported
to the PV10579 Community Information System. But drive safely!
Lake Peekskill Improvement District Meeting
Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 10:00 am Putnam Valley Town Hall 265 Oscawana Lake Rd. Putnam Valley, NY
Topics to be discussed include: A Possible Dog Park
Spring Clean Up
All Residents are urged to attend!
Earth Day Neighborhood Cleanup!
Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 9:30 am
The L.P.M.A.C. and L.P.C.A. are working together to organize beach and road litter removal. PLEASE JOIN US! We'll meet at the Community Center at 9:30 am for coffee and area designation, then team up and get our hood lookin' good! More details to come.
Is something of interest going on in your District? Do you have an upcoming activity or program you'd like to promote? Send it in and we'll publicize it here!
In the meantime, here are some folks you can contact with questions or concerns about our Putnam Valley Districts:
Judith Travis, District Clerk Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday Phone: (845) 526-2160
Councilwoman Annabi: Barger Pond
Roaring Brook Lake Wildwood Knolls
Putnam Acres Sewer District
Putnam Valley Democratic Committee
The Putnam Valley Democratic Committee is pleased to announce its endorsement of Sherry A. Howard to run for the office of Putnam Valley Town Clerk, along with Sam Oliverio to run for the office of Putnam Valley Town Supervisor in 2015.
The Committee would welcome hearing from other registered Democrats interested in running for local elected office, and in serving on or volunteering with the Democratic Committee.
The Putnam Valley Republicans would like you to know:
If you or someone you know is visually impaired, there is a new service available called the Blindline Information and Referral System, a service of VISIONS Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Blindline provides information and services in New York State that are available to visually impaired persons, including government services, community resources and rehabilitation agencies - all in our community.
To access Blindline, call 1-888-625-1616 or visit: www.visionsvcb.org/visions
HANDICAPPED PARKING SPACES: Please note that the guard rail adjacent to Oscawana Brook is marked "RESERVED".
Please do not park in these spaces along the guard rail as they are reserved for Library users with valid handicapped parking permits.
Hope to see you soon.
Putnam Valley Area Chamber of Commerce/Business Council:
Working to unify and represent the business owners of the Putnam Valley area through advocacy and by providing networking opportunities and education to assist storefront, home based and farm business to attract new commerce via means such as social media and websites.
The Putnam Valley Chamber of Commerce / Business Association
is re-organizing, and YOU are encouraged to participate!
We need your input!
The next meeting of the new and reorganized PV Chamber of Commerce
will take place on Tuesday, April 14th, 6:30 pm, at:
Once Upon a Time Preschool
47 Peekskill Hollow Road Putnam Valley, NY
Storefront, Farm and Home Business Owners,
and all interested Putnam Valley Residents,
are invited and encouraged to attend.
Gillen-Vinscotski Memorial Post 391
Next Meeting: Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Meetings held at the VFW Hall, 154 Oscawana Lake Rd. Putnam Valley, NY
Contact: VFW Post 391
PO Box 623
Putnam Valley, NY 10579-0623
Putnam Valley Volunteer Fire Department
Proudly Volunteering Since 1946
Putnam Valley Volunteer Fire Department
April 10, 2015
At the Putnam Valley Fire House - Canopus Hollow Road
Featuring the Music of
The A.M. Band
Break the Winter Blues with a night of Dinner and Dancing:
Roast Beef Dinner
Coffee & Dessert
$35 per person
Dinner Served at 7:00 pm
Dancing Starts at 8:00 pm
Limited Seating - Call for Reservations
Louie: (845) 528-9148
YIELD FOR BLUE LIGHTS
When you see BLUE LIGHTS - please PULL OVER!! It will only take a few seconds - but in an emergency seconds count! A car with a flashing BLUE LIGHTS is a volunteer firefighter responding to an emergency.
BLUE LIGHTS DO NOT give volunteers any special privileges. They are courtesy lights only. The BLUE LIGHTS is to alert other drivers that we are on our way to an emergency. It's up to other drivers to pull over and let us go by! Please let us pass. It could give us the extra time to save a life or stop a fire before it's out of control. In a few minutes, these same people will be responding with a red light and siren.
Putnam Valley Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
COMMITMENT TO OUR COMMUNITY Our volunteers are committed to providing quality patient care with true compassion. The Putnam Valley Ambulance Corps provides emergency medical services which is a totally volunteer-driven organization. We strive everyday to provide exceptional emergency medical service to the community.
PVVAC is proud to offer to the public a variety of training classes in First Aid, CPR and Bloodborne Pathogens. To see a description and schedule of these classes and to sign up please click here!
YIELD FOR GREEN LIGHTS
HELP YOUR VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE MEMBERS!
When you see a GREEN LIGHT- please PULL OVER!! It will only take a few seconds - but in an emergency seconds count! A car with a flashing GREEN LIGHT is a volunteer emergency medical services person responding to an emergency.
GREEN LIGHTS DO NOT give volunteers any special privileges. They are courtesy lights only. The GREEN LIGHTS is to alert other drivers that we are on our way to an emergency. It's up to other drivers to pull over and let us go by. Please let us pass. It could give us the extra time to save a life. In a few minutes, these same people will be responding with a red light and siren.
Please practice GREEN LIGHT courtesy and HELP US HELP YOU!!
Grace United Methodist Church:
We have regular worship with Sunday School at 10 AM on Sunday mornings.
All are welcome at Grace UMC!
This small, family-oriented congregation serves Putnam and Northern Westchester, providing religious school for preschoolers through young adults and adult education programs. The congregation is particularly sensitive to the varying needs of members; individuals raised in various Jewish traditions, Jews-by-choice and non-Jewish members of congregants' families. The warm atmosphere encourages newcomers to share in all aspects of temple life.
Shabbat Services are held Friday nights at 8:00 pm, led by Rabbis Laurie Levy and Steve Altarescu. An Oneg with snacks follows. Everyone is encouraged to come and celebrate Shabbat with us. Shabbat Family Services are held the first Friday of the month at 8:00 pm for our temple's youngest members and their families.
The Reform Temple of Putnam Valley welcomes Jews
and spiritual seekers of all backgrounds and lifestyles.
Services held at the Putnam Valley Reform Temple
362 Church Road in Putnam Valley, NY Visit www.rtpv.org for more info.
RTPV & BeanRunner Café present
Café Night 2015
John Iavarone Crazy Gene Trifilo from The Mohegan Sun and from The Improv and
the Broadway Comedy Club Jesters Comedy Club
Rock 'n' Soul Revue
Special Silent Auction
with these great items: Mets & Yankees Tickets
NY Jets and NY Giants donations
4 ticket gift pack (w/hats & bags) from Hudson Valley Renegades
2 dinner/show tickets to Westchester Broadway (courtesy WHUD-FM)
Beautiful Gift Baskets
Gift Cards from area restaurants
A Time Share in Florida... and more!
Sunday, April 12 from 4pm to 7pm BeanRunner Café, 201 S. Division St., Peekskill, NY
$15 admission. Reservations recommended 914-737-1701
Evening festivities to benefit
the Reform Temple of Putnam Valley
Temple Israel of Putnam Valley (Lake Drive, Lake Peekskill) is inaugurating a new program of “synagogue skills” learning. Rather than conduct a normal Shabbat service, we will be gathering together to study and learn for an hour or so. What we hope to do is to explore, in a relaxed and informal format, a series of key prayers and rituals that take place in synagogues around the world during Shabbat services. Our hope is that those who attend will find that they will become more comfortable with the content of the service.
This program is especially designed for anyone who is interested in learning more about what all these prayers and rituals mean but was afraid to ask! EVERYONE IS CORDIALLY INVITED.
These informal “shul” sessions will take place on the 2nd & 4th Shabbat each month until further notice.
Regular Shabbat Services are held the 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at 9:30 am
Services are held in the Temple Sanctuary, Lake Shore Dr. in Lake Peekskill
Passover Seder at Temple Israel! Hmmm...who is that portraying one of the ten plagues?
St. Luke's Lutheran Church:
St. Luke's is a warm, loving, family-friendly place to worship here in Putnam Valley, NY. Our Congregation has been serving the Lord and spreading the good news to its communities in the Putnam County & Upper Westchester areas (and beyond) for nearly a century. St. Luke's is an inviting Christian community committed to sharing the gospel to families and people of all ages.
Come join us in prayer and worship ... you'll be glad you did.
Sunday Communion Worship 9:00 am St. Luke's Lutheran Church
65 Oscawana Lake Road Putnam Valley, NY
Coffee Hour Fellowship offered Sundays after the service, along with Adult Bible Studies. Confirmation Classes held in the upper classroom at 10:30 am with Pastor Bill Vangor.
Sunday School for children in grades K-5 is available throughout the school year. Classes begin on Sunday during the 9 am service - children begin with their parents at the worship service, and then are led to the classrooms after a blessing at communion. Classes end between 10:30 and 10:45 am.
Adult Choir Rehearsals are held every Wenesday beginning at 7:30 pm
Youth Choir Rehearsal and Instrumental Ensemble meet Fridays at 4:30 pm
Putnam Valley Historical Society:
Putnam Valley Historical Society Museum
Our new exhibit will open in May 2, 2015: The Early Native American People of Putnam Valley
The next meeting of the Historical Society Board will take place
Tuesday, April 7th at 5:30 pm - hopefully at the Museum!
Peekskill Hollow Road at Church Road (Adams Corners)
Putnam Valley, NY
A Call for Dedicated Volunteers!
Transcribers of historical documents and docents at the museum are needed.
For more info, call (845) 528-1024 or e-mail email@example.com.
Putnam Valley Food Pantry
The Putnam Valley Community Food Pantry provides both perishable and non-perishable grocery items to approximately 200 families each week.
The Pantry is open every Saturday morning from 10:00 - 11:00 am and is located at 337 Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579.
The Putnam Valley Community Food Pantry’s mission is to increase access to food and to supply the ingredients for healthy balanced meals for struggling families in northern Westchester and Southern Putnam communities.
For more information, visit the Putnam Valley Food Pantry's website:
Wanted - Heavy Hitters: Now Accepting Women's Softball teams for our traditional limited arc-pitch format & our new modfied fast pitch league. Please contact Mike Kinane (845) 656-5301 for info.
Leagues begin in May, games Mon-Fri. Captain's meeting TBA
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