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An Informed Citizenry….

“An informed citizenry is the best guarantee of good government” is a sign that I’ve displayed in my office (both Town Clerk and Supervisor) for over 25 years.  It’s a statement that I believe strongly in.  Some Town of Olive residents recently received a letter from the High Point Neighbors Association.  The following is the…

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2017 New Year Happenings

There’s a lot going on in the Town of Olive and here are a few things you might be interested in knowing.  I wish all of you a happy, healthy 2017! Sylvia Flood Mitigation efforts with Flood Advisory Committee Boiceville and West Shokan Local Flood Analysis (LFA) is nearing completion. Woidt Engineering has done the…

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Seasonal Part Time Laborer Needed

The Town of Olive is seeking the employment of a laborer to work in town parks and buildings.  This seasonal part time position would run from April 1st through October 31st.  Any Town of Olive resident may apply by completing an Application for Employment and filing it with the Supervisor’s office.  A letter of intent or resume…

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Holiday Schedule

Town Offices & Transfer Station Closings Town Offices closed December 23, 26, and 30 and January 2 Transfer Station closed December 24, 25, and 31 and January 1   Upcoming Town Board Meetings 2016 Annual Audit December 29th, 3 pm at Town Offices in West Shokan 2017 Organizational Meeting Tuesday, January 3, 2017 7 pm…

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Town Holiday Closings

Town Offices Closed December 23rd, 26th, 3oth and January 2nd Transfer Station Closed December 24th, 25th, 31st, and January 1st  

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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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Ashokan Rail Trail Information Meeting December 1st

Ulster County Executive Mike Hein and the Ulster County Department of Planning invite you to a public information meeting, Thursday, December 1st, 7 pm at the Onteora High School Auditorium at 4166 Route 28 in Boiceville.  The Ulster County Rail Trail Project known as the “Ashokan Rail Trail” is a 11.5 mile recreational trail that…

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Presentation on City Funded Flood Buyout Program at November 15th Board Meeting

In 2014 the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) agreed to fund a Flood Buyout (FBO) program.  Prior to the City funded FBO, NYCDEP could only purchase vacant property in the West of Hudson Watershed.  NYCDEP will now be able to purchase properties with structures, including residences or commercial buildings that are either…

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Ulster County Broadband Survey

Dear Olive Resident, The Town of Olive has been asked to participate in a county-wide survey assessing the cable/internet needs of our community. The Ulster County Office of Economic Development is looking at unserved and underserved areas to determine areas that need help in getting broadband. We in Olive may have an advantage due to…

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NYC DEP Responds to Town Regarding Route 28A

On August 9th the Town Board sent correspondence to the City of New York Commissioner pointing out the many safety issues and inferior road conditions regarding Route 28A.  The drop offs alongside Route 28A are deepening due to erosion and crumbling of the edges of the road and the culverts are deteriorating.  Route 28A needs…

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