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Town Seeking Planning Consultant for Boiceville Feasibility Study & Community Planning

The Town of Olive is seeking a consultant to assist the Town in a land use planning project funded by the Catskill Watershed Corporation’s Sustainable Communities Planning program. The Town completed a Local Flood Analysis (LFA) in August 2017.   A comprehensive flood mitigation approach was recommended in a targeted area of the Hamlet of Boiceville…

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Holiday Transfer Station & Town Offices Closings

Town Offices Closed   —  December 22nd, 25th, 29th and January 1st Transfer Station Closed — December 24th, 25th, 31st  and January 1st

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Youth Basketball

Basketball season will be starting soon! Registration is at the Onteora High School on December 7th at 7 pm. The fee this year is thirty dollars. Please click on the links below for more information. Registration Letter Registration Form

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Seeking Bids for Snow Plowing of Boiceville Sewer Plant

The Town of Olive is seeking bids for snow plowing and sanding of the Town of Olive Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 4071 Rt. 28, Boiceville, NY. Contact Josh Miller 845-657-2408 at the plant Monday thru Friday 6am-2pm with any questions.   Please submit sealed bid proposals to the Town Clerk’s Office, PO Box 96, 45…

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Thanksgiving Office & Transfer Station Closings

Town Offices, Highway Department, and the Transfer Station will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and Friday, November 24th.   The Transfer Station will be open its regular hours on Saturday and Sunday the 25th and 26th. Wishing all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. Sylvia

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Part Time Deputy Court Clerk Needed

The Town of Olive Justice Court is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Deputy Court Clerk.  The position is part time with an average of seven hours per week:  up to three hours on Wednesday evenings and four hours on Thursday, 9 a.m. til 1 p.m.  Additional availability may be required for hearings and…

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Olive Offices Rehabilitation Project

After Hurricane Irene the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery through a Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) initiated the New York Rising Communities project.  Then Supervisor Berndt Leifeld appointed the 3 required members to that Town Committee–Ed Kahil, Mario Occhi, and myself.  This all began in August of 2013.  We are now at the point…

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DEP Offers Firewood Program to Olive Residents

The DEP is offering a lottery opportunity to Town of Olive residents with a valid DEP Access Permit to collect firewood that has been generated by the removal of ash trees along Route 28A between Olive Bridge Dam and Acorn Hill Road (County Route 3).  For information and program rules please access the following link…

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Hurricane Season is Here!

We’re all aware of the potential damage this hurricane season has imposed on Texas.   And, now Florida is bracing for a major storm.  Though we are not in a coastal area we’re well aware of what a hurricane can do inland.  Let’s hope we are hurricane free again this year in Olive; but, to…

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A Bit of Town History

The owner of Brunel Park in Boiceville shared a copy of a recent article in ALMANAC WEEKLY.  The article provides “a bit of town history” regarding this Town of Olive landmark which is on Ulster County’s National Register of History Places.  You can enjoy the article through the following link:  Brunel Park Remains of a…

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