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HYDRANT FLUSH
The Village Water Department is planning a hydrant flush of the distribution system, beginning Sunday, May 19 at 9:00 p.m. The hours of each night's flush end at 4:00 a.m., and the project should be concluded by Friday, May 24th. Residents may notice periods of little or no water pressure during the hours of the flush and some discoloration each morning thereafter. You are advised to run your cold water until clear.

The objective of the flush is to use the velocity of water to scour the lining of the water mains, exiting at the hydrant. This is intended to remove any loose particulate, and/or any film or sediment which has built up since the last flush.

Please visit the EPA website at the following address, regarding Secondary Drinking Water Standards, for concerns about discoloration: https://www.epa.gov/dwstandardsregulations/secondary-drinking-water-standards-guidance-nuisance-chemicals

UPCOMING MEETINGS (all meetings at Village Hall unless otherwise noted)

Tuesday May 21st
10:00 AM - Board of Trustees Special Meeting
7:00 PM - Recreation Commission

Wednesday May 22nd
7:30 PM - Tree Advisory Board - CANCELLED
8:00 PM - Historic District Review Board

Thursday May 23rd
7:00 PM - Planning Board

PUBLIC HEARINGS

21 Parsonage Street
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals for the Village of Cold Spring will hold a continued public hearing on Thursday,June 6, 2019 at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at the Village Hall, 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516 to consider the application by Samuel Broe for the following variances from the bulk requirements set forth in Section 134-7.C of the Village’s Zoning Code (the “Code”) in order to permit construction of a single family-dwelling on a substandard lot: (a) to permit the dwelling on a 3,3360 square foot lot when the Code requires 7,500 sq. ft., (b) to permit no off-street parking spaces when two are required, (c) to allow a lot width of 48 ft when the Code requires 75 ft, (d) to allow a lot depth of 70 ft when 75 ft is required, (e) to permit a front yard setback of 2.2 feet for the dwelling when the Code requires 25 feet, (f) to permit one side yard for the proposed dwelling to be 1.5 feet when the Code requires 10 feet, and (g) to permit a dwelling on a lot with a 48 feet by 50 foot square when the Code requires 50 foot by 50 foot square.  The subject parcel is located at        Cold Spring, New York.  The subject property is designated as Tax Map Section 49.5, Block 2, Lot 56.  The property is located within the R-1 One-Family Residences Zoning District as well as the Village’s Local Historic District.  

The applicant slightly modified his application regarding the off-street parking.  The applicant originally requested a variance to permit one off-street parking space, now the applicant is proposing none.  All other aspects of the variance requests are the same.  The application materials and plans may be inspected at the Village of Cold Spring Clerk’s office located at 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, New York 10516 during normal business hours.    

YARD DEBRIS PICK UP
The Highway Department will be picking up Yard Debris on Wednesday, June 19th.  Leaves should be bagged and small branches/twigs bundled and tied.  All debris should be left at curbside.

Yard Debris will be picked up on the 3rd Wednesday of each month with additional dates announced as necessary.


IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Cold Spring Police: 845-265-3407
Putnam County Sheriff (non-emergency): 845-225-4300
Fire and Police Emergencies: 911
Central Hudson:  845-452-2700
Winter Parking: 845-747-7669








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