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UCRRA Board Approves Resolution to Service Transfer Station

The UCRRA (Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency) Board met on August 26th and approved a resolution to service the Transfer Stations of the 14 towns–including those who asked to contract with the UCRRA after the deadline.  This resolution was approved by a 4-1 vote.  The tentative budget which reflects the participation of those Towns is…

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Senator Jim Seward to Attend September 8th Town Board Meeting

Honorable James L. Seward, Olive’s New York State Senator representing the 51st Senatorial District, will be in attendance at the next Town Board meeting on September 8th.  Jim is not a stranger to the Town of Olive when at a special event at the Olive Free Library in 2013 Senator Seward presented Rosalie Burgher with…

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Piney Point Road Closed for Repairs August 24th -26th

Piney Point Road will be closed from the Town of Woodstock line to the Onteora Mountain House Monday through Wednesday of next week (August 24th through the 26th) for the Highway Department to replace six culverts.   It is a possibility that this section of Piney Point will also need to be closed on Thursday…

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UCRRA to Meet August 26th to Determine Fate of Transfer Station

The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency will meet on August 26th to determine whether or not to honor the Solid Waste Management Agreement that the Town Board approved at its July 14th Board meeting.   Eleven (11) of the 19 Towns signed agreements with the UCRRA by the deadline date.   Olive is one of…

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Road Work

The DEP has advised that tomorrow, July 30, flaggers will be present to override the traffic light at the culvert worksite on Route 28A while the new culvert pipe is inserted. This work is expected to take place between 9am-10am. Also, August 3rd-5th flaggers will be present at the Dividing Weir while paving is completed….

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Rt. 28A Culvert near County Road 3 Repair Work

NYC DEP has informed the Town that starting 7/28/15 a traffic light to channel one lane traffic will be installed on the Route 28A concrete arch culvert west of the turn off to County Route 3 and Acorn Hill Road.  Installation of the traffic light will take place between 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.  on…

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Help the Town of Olive Reduce Flood Damages!

On July 14, the Town of Olive Flood Advi­sory Com­mit­tee (FAC) held a meet­ing with town res­i­dents and Woidt Engi­neer­ing and Con­sult­ing to review ini­tial find­ings for the Local Flood Analy­sis (LFA) in the ham­lets of Boiceville and West Shokan. Woidt Engi­neer­ing and the Olive FAC will work together over the next few months to ana­lyze…

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Olive Participates in Ulster County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

In accordance with Part 201.6 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), Ulster County, New York, has developed the Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan to identify hazards that threaten the County and ways to reduce future damages associated with these hazards.  Ulster County initiated the process for development of its initial Hazard Mitigation Plan in…

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FEMA Flood Maps Enter 90-day Appeal

The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on July 8th published a notice of the proposed flood hazard determinations for the Town of Olive in the FEDERAL REGISTER.  The Town of Olive now has 90-days or until October 4th to either appeal the flood area determinations or make a decision to not…

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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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