OSSINING, NY — July 9, 2018 —
Expanding Community Connections
Thanks to everyone who stopped by for my first Open Office Hours on the Road! We talked about everything from the Village noise ordinance, to immigration policy, keeping kids healthy, and reliable mail service. Special thanks to Virginia Benedict who snapped this pic of my conversation with Post Master Lorenzo Robinson. I’ll be scheduling another Open Office Hours on the Road event soon, and will let you know when the time and location are confirmed.
Connecting This Week
Open Office Hours will be happening tomorrow from 10am-12noon in the Board of Trustees office at Village Hall. As usual, no appointment is necessary, and all are welcome to discuss any topic, concern or idea of interest to you.
Have a burning question or idea, at any hour of the day or night?… Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Board of Trustees (email@example.com) or Village Manager Debbie McDonnell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This week includes two public meetings involving the Village Board, both at special times and locations: Tuesday, July 10 at the Community Center, at 8pm there will be a joint Work Session of the Board of Trustees, the Zoning Board of Appeals and the Planning Board to discuss proposed Local Law #3, changes to the Village Affordable Housing Program. Work Sessions are an opportunity for Village officials to consider potential policy or legislative changes. This meeting will not include public comments.
Wednesday, July 11 at the Ossining Public Library, at 7pm the Village Board Work Session will focus on environmental concerns including presentations from the Environmental Advisory Council, Green Ossining, and a discussion of proposed legislation limiting the use of leaf blowers. Community members will be invited to comment at the end of the presentations.
We invite community members to reach out to us by email (email@example.com) anytime.
Victoria Gearity, Ossining Mayor