Village of Otisville
66 Highland Ave. Otisville, NY 10963 845-386-5172 Tax Bill look up http://egov.basny.com/villageofotisville/
MVHS National Honor Society's Annual Veterans Dinner
October 15, 2019
MVHS National Honor Society's Annual
Thursday , November 7, 2019
JROTC will present the colors at 6:00pm
No Charge for Minisink Valley Veterans and one guest
Additional Guests $5.00 Each
Minisink Valley High School Cafeteria
salad, rolls, dessert, selection of beverages
Musical Entertainment by
Members of the MVHS High School Bands
For Reservations call 845-355-5149 or 845-355-5151
Please RSVP by November 7, 2019
is someone, who at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check
made payable to "The United States of America," for the amount, "up to and including my life."
That is honor, and no one should ever forget that.
TOWN OF MOUNT HOPE FALL CLEAN-UP IS COMING
October 04, 2019
ATTENTION VILLAGE OF OTISVILLE RESIDENTS
Town of Mount Hope Fall Clean-up is coming
When: October 9-19th
Where: Town of Mount Hope Highway Dept.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM
There will be no hours on Monday, October 14th, Columbus Day
For more information please call the Town of Mount Hope Highway Dept. (845) 386-5603
Buidling Inspector's Hours
September 11, 2019
PLEASE BE ADVISED
The Building Inspector's Office hours will be changed for the following dates:
Closed Wednesday, October 2- Open Monday, October 7
Closed Wednesday, November 6
Closed Wednesday, December 4- Open Monday, December 9
Application for Employment
August 08, 2019
Correction to Spring News Letter
April 04, 2019
CORRECTION to an article in the March issue of the Village Update
regarding changes to NYS Law governing smoke detectors:
In the March issue of the Village Update we mistakenly reported that, “Many residents will need to upgrade their smoke detectors very soon.” We apologize that this information was unintentionally misleading, as the smoke detectors do not have to be upgraded immediately.
A new law did become effective April 1st, 2019, requiring that all new or replacement smoke detectors in New York State be powered by a 10-year, sealed, non-removable battery or hardwired to the home. According to 399-ccc: “It shall be unlawful for any person or entity to distribute, sell, offer for sale, or import any battery operated smoke detecting alarm device powered by a replaceable or removable battery not capable of powering such device for a minimum of ten years.” The law does not require residents to immediately replace their old 9V battery operated detectors. You may continue to use the old style alarms for their “useful life”. However, when it does become necessary to replace them, you will need to do so with a ten year, sealed and non-removable battery or have hardwired detectors installed.
Please note that the misleading sentenced was not written in that form by the Building Inspector but was re-worded during the editing process.
We apologize for any concern or confusion this may have caused.
Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2020
March 18, 2019
Click on article to view a PDF of the Proposed Budget
Brian W. Wona - Mayor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine DiPoalo - Village Clerk/Treasurer - email@example.com
Regina Weissinger - Deputy Clerk/Treasurer -firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank C. Valentino - Superintendent - email@example.com - After Hours, please call 845-629-6232.
Diane Loeven - Trustee
Ike Palmer - Trustee
Robert Bennett - Trustee
Bob Clouse - Trustee
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