Flood Advisory News

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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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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Final Local Flood Analysis

Boiceville has eighteen (18) properties within the 100 yr. flood plain. Eleven (11) of those parcels have a history of flooding which resulted in substantial damage to structures. In December 2014 the Town of Olive hired Woidt Engineering and Consulting thus initiating Local Flood Analysis (LFA) for the hamlets of Boiceville and West Shokan.  Boiceville…

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Local Flood Analysis June 26th Meeting

Olive’s Flood Advisory Committee Statement of Purpose and Scope for Local Flood Analysis A Public Informational Meeting on Local Flood Analysis (LFA) will be held Monday, June 26th, 7 pm at the Town Meeting Hall in Shokan.   Major floods have become more frequent, and government resources for recovery have decreased.   These floods have caused…

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Maltby Hollow Brook Stream Corridor Assessment Meeting

Shaun McAdams of Barton & Loguidice will meet with the Flood Advisory Committee to present the results of the Maltby Hollow Stream Corridor Assessment on December 19th, 6 pm, at the Town Meeting Hall in Shokan. The Town of Olive, in coordination with the Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program (AWSMP) conducted the stream corridor assessment…

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Bushkill Stream & Streambank Rehabilitation Project Application

PUBLIC NOTICE     New York State CDBG-DR Application Available Review The Town of Olive announces that it intends to submit an application for New York State Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program funds on or about Tuesday, March 1, 2016, for the following project: Bushkill Stream and Stream Bank Rehabilitation Activity: New York…

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CWC Relocation Assitance Program Presentation January 12th

At the January 12th Town Board meeting the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) will present information on the CWC Flood Hazard Mitigation Implementation Program including Relocation Assistance. The presentation will be at the beginning of the meeting at 7 p.m.  If you are interested in learning about this new program, please attend. Sylvia

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Draft Olive Local Flood Analysis for Boiceville

Woidt Engineering has submitted their Draft Town of Olive Local Flood Analysis 28A Bridge Replacement and Boiceville Study Area Flood Mitigation Strategies.  This draft document has been provided to members of the Flood Advisory Committee and has also been forwarded to other involved agencies.  The Olive Flood Advisory Committee will meet Thursday, January 7, 2016…

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Rt. 28A Esopus Bridge Design meeting Oct. 27th

There will be an informational meeting on the proposed engineering design of the Route 28A bridge over the Esopus Creek in Boiceville held on Tuesday, October 27th, 5 pm at the Town Meeting Hall in Shokan.  Ray Girgis, NYCDEP Engineer, will be present, along with other DEP representatives, to present the proposed designs.  Mr. Girgis…

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Local Flood Analysis Public Meeting July 14th

Join the Olive Flood Advisory Committee and the Town Board as we engage in Local Flood Analysis (LFA) for the hamlets of Boiceville and West Shokan.  Our second public information gathering meeting will be Tuesday, July 14th, 6:00 pm at the Town Meeting Hall in Shokan.   Public input is needed to develop feasible and…

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