Earlier today, Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.36 which, among other things, extends the interest-free period for the payment of property taxes for 21 days for 37 more local governments whose chief executive officer made such a request to the Governor. In addition to the cities of Peekskill and Saratoga Springs, included on that list are the following villages:
Angola, Kensington, Babylon, Laurel Hollow, Bellport, Monroe, Brockport, Munsey Park, Brookville, Ocean Beach, Buchanan, Patchogue, Clayton, Red Hook, Depew, Rhinebeck, EastHills, Scarsdale, Endicott, South Floral Park, Farmingdale, Stamford, Fayetteville, Stewart Manor, Greenport, Sylvan Beach, Groton, Watkins Glen, Hempstead, Wellsville Homer, Hudson Falls, Island Park,
This will extend your tax deadline through July 23rd without penalty.
· Businesses will be required to submit an affirmation that they have read the master guidance documents relative to their industry classification. The link to this is contained at the end of the master guidance document.
· Businesses are also required to complete a Safety Plan. A template for the plan is provided. Businesses need to keep a copy of their plan on file – they do not need to submit it.
· Both of these need to be completed prior to opening.
DPW will be flushing hydrant, water mains this Thursday and Friday nights May 14th & 15th from 9PM – 5AM. Please pass the message along to all.
It starts at water tank down Academy Street to Main Street to River Street. All Flushing is west of Academy Street on the first night. Also good to pass along to any one you know that has not used their building in the last 2 months. They should flush out the standing water that is in their plumbing. Let cold water run first, to bring fresh water in from mains, then through the whole house or building. There is nothing wrong with water, just has been sitting there for a while. Joe Hornbeck
The Trustees and Mayor have made the difficult decision not to open the Village pool this season. Due to Covid-19 and additional guidance from the Governor’s office it will be impossible to have the Village pool open while maintaining social distancing requirements. This also means that there will be no “Camp Here” available this summer. Robert J. Schneider Mayor
The Village of Stamford Board of Trustees will be holding an emergency meeting in order to pass the 2020/2021 budget and tax cap. This meeting will take place at 7 pm on Wednesday April 29th. The meeting will be available via zoom, those interested must email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
Delaware County has agreed to provide a temporary bridge to the Village of Stamford so that we may open South Street to vehicular traffic (with a weight limit). The Covid-19 crisis has pushed all county projects into the future so this temporary measure will get the street open to through traffic once more. The temporary bridge is scheduled to be installed on Monday April 27th.
TAKE NOTICE, that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Stamford, NY, has filed the tentative budget for the fiscal year 2020-21 with the Village Clerk at her office on March 20, 2020 and that on the 28th day of April, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. the Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing via Zoom Meeting video conference to consider said budget. We strongly encourage the public to submit comment on the budget in writing by email at Sandra Collins, Treasurer, by email at email@example.com or by mail to 84 Main Street, Stamford, NY 12167 prior to the hearing.
Zoom meeting instructions:
Meeting starting at 6:30pm on Tuesday, April 28 2020.
Village of Stamford is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.