Legals

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ON LOCAL LAW

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the County Executive of the County of Orange on May 8, 2020, a Local Law, a summary of which reads as follows:

Local Law Introductory No. 10 of 2020, a local law establishing a limited reservation of treatment capacity at the Harriman Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Proposed Local Law Introductory No. 10 of 2020 provides a means by which Developers that construct and/or install a Sanitary Sewer Main in Orange County Sewer District No. 1 (“OCSD No.1”) may utilize such improvements by entering into a Reservation of Treatment Capacity (“RTC”) Agreement with the Administrative Head of OCSD No. 1 which would allow a non-guaranteed limited reservation of treatment capacity at the Harriman WWTP for a specifically identified Land Development Project (as that term is defined within said local law).  Such Agreements shall not guarantee, and shall not constitute a guarantee of, the existence or availability of treatment capacity at the Harriman WWTP for the Land Development Project identified in the agreement.

The proposed local law provides, in pertinent part, the following: Definitions (Section 2): Grant of authority to the Administrative Head of OCSD No. 1, application and permitting process (Section 3); Utilization and Assignment of Capacity; Recoupment of Costs in Event of Termination of RTC Agreement (Section 4); Reduction or cancellation of the Reserved Treatment Capacity (Section 5); Treatment Capacity Reservation Fee (Section 6); Effect of Failure to Pay Treatment Capacity Reservation Fee (Section 7); and Inconsistencies with Local Law 4 of 2008, as amended (Section 8).

This local law shall take effect as provided by the New York State Municipal Home Rule Law and upon the completion of the requisite filings and procedures and shall expire seven (7) years from the date that the last RTC Agreement has been fully executed.

A copy of this local law can be found at https://www.orangecountygov.com/DocumentCenter/View/16785/Local-Law-Intro-No-10-of-2020-Establishing-A-Limited-Reservation-of-Treatment-Capacity-at-the-Harriman-Wastewater-Treatment-Plant–

Therefore, pursuant to Section 20 of the Municipal Home Rule Law, the County Executive of the County of Orange will hold a public hearing on the aforesaid Local Law at 255 Main Street, Goshen, New York, on the 1st day of June, 2020, at 11:30 in the morning of that day, at which time all persons interested therein will be heard. Anyone wishing to speak at the hearing, if the government center is still closed, arrangements will be made to receive telephone comments.  Anyone wishing to comment should call the County Executive’s Office at 845-291-2700 at the stated date and time and comments will be heard at that time.”

A true copy of said local law is on file in the Office of the Clerk of the Orange County Legislature, 255 Main Street, Goshen, New York, 10924.

Steven M. Neuhaus

County Executive

Goshen, New York 10924

Dated: May 11, 2020

 

ORANGE COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Steven M. Neuhaus, County Executive

Erik Denega, P.E., P.M.P., Commissioner

P.O. Box 509, 2455-2459 Route 17M

Goshen, NY 10924-0509

http://www.orangecountygov.com

TEL (845) 291-2750    FAX (845) 291-2778

ROAD CLOSING NOTICE

HULSETOWN ROAD

(COUNTY ROAD 51)

TOWN OF BLOOMING GROVE

COUNTY OF ORANGE

The undersigned Commissioner of Public Works of the County of Orange does hereby close all that portion of County Road 51 (Hulsetown Rd.) in the Town of Blooming Grove, Orange County, New York.  BEGINNING at a point approximately 2,620 feet (0.5 mile) north of the intersection of County Road 51 (Hulsetown Rd.) and County Road 66 (Craigville Road) and runs THENCE in a northerly direction along said County Road 51 (Hulsetown Rd.) approximately 200 feet (0.04 miles) for the purpose of allowing the Orange County Department of Public Works, its agents or contractors, to excavate, repair, pave and do all such work as required in connection with the “Replacement of Bridge Membrane on Farmingdale Bridge, County Road 51” on said County Road. Said closing being effective by the conspicuous posting of “Road Closed” signs on or about May 18, 2020.

Said county road will be closed to all through traffic for a period of approximately Fourteen (14) days in accordance with the provisions of Section 104 of the Highway Law.  Appropriate traffic control devices, in accordance with the provisions of the National Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), and the New York State Supplement, will be in place and detour routes will be prominently marked.  In the case of inclement weather or other unforeseen problems, this period of time may be extended as needed.

Normal through traffic using this portion of County Road 51 (Hulsetown Rd.) should use alternate routes or signed detour routing that will utilize County Road 66 (Craigville Rd.), US Rte. 207 and County Road 8 (Sarah Wells Trail)

DATED:  May 4, 2020

ERIK DENEGA, P.E., P.M.P.

COMMISSIONER

 

ORANGE COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Steven M. Neuhaus, County Executive

Erik Denega, P.E., P.M.P., Commissioner

P.O. Box 509, 2455-2459 Route 17M

Goshen, NY 10924-0509

http://www.orangecountygov.com

TEL (845) 291-2750    FAX (845) 291-2778

ROAD CLOSING NOTICE

DOLSONTOWN ROAD

(ORANGE COUNTY HERITAGE TRAIL EXTENSION – SEGMENT 2)

TOWN OF WAWAYANDA

COUNTY OF ORANGE

The undersigned Commissioner of Public Works of the County of Orange does hereby close all that portion of Dolsontown Road (a town road) in the Town of Wawayanda, Orange County, New York.  BEGINNING at a point approximately 375 feet west of the intersection of Dolsontown Road and McVeigh Road and runs THENCE in a easterly direction along said Dolsontown Road for approximately 350 feet (0.07 miles) for the purpose of allowing the Orange County Department of Public Works, its agents or contractors, to excavate, install pre-cast concrete box culvert, backfill, pave and do all such work as required in connection with the “Orange County Heritage Trail Extension – Segment 2” on said town road. Said closing being effective by the conspicuous posting of “Road Closed” signs on or about May 18, 2020.

Said town road will be closed to all through traffic for a period of approximately Thirty-Five (35) days in accordance with the provisions of Section 104 of the Highway Law.  Appropriate traffic control devices, in accordance with the provisions of the National Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), and the New York State Supplement, will be in place and detour routes will be prominently marked.  In the case of inclement weather or other unforeseen problems, this period of time may be extended as needed.

Normal through traffic using this portion of Dolsontown Road should use alternate routes or signed detour routing that will utilize New York State Route 17M, County Road 50 and McVeigh Road.

ERIK DENEGA, P.E., P.M.P.

COMMISSIONER

DATED:  April 28, 2020