This week in the villages: It’s a new year and things are slowly returning to “normal” after the holidays. In Nyack and South Nyack, the Zoning Board of Appeals will meet, as will the Nyack Board of Trustees. The Village of Nyack DPW has gone green: this year, no postcards will be mailed enumerating changes to the trash and recycling schedule; and discarded Christmas trees will be recycled for mulch. And the Town of Clarkstown is holding a blood drive.
Nyack Area COVID Update for January 2
Active cases by community
|7 day postivity rate||7.8%||6.1%||6.2%||5.6%||5.6%||4.1%|
|COVID-19 deaths (total)||771||755||739||716||707||695|
Village of Nyack
Today (Jan 4), the Planning Board will consider applications for site plan applications, an application for the construction of a mausoleum at Oak Hill Cemetery, and a site plan application and request for referral to the Zoning Board of Appeals for required variances. Read the full agenda at Nyack-NY.gov before Zoom-ing into the meeting at 7p.
The Village Board of Trustees will meet via Zoom on Wed, Jan 6, 2021 at 6p.
And Mayor Don Hammond will hold his weekly Communication Meeting via Zoom on Thurs, Jan 7, 2021 at 9a.
Christmas Tree Pickup
The Village of Nyack Department of Public Works will be picking up Christmas trees this month. Please leave trees at the curb, not in the roadway and remove all decorations. The Department of Public Works has gone green and trees will be recycled into mulch.
Trash and Recycling Schedule
For 2021, no postcards will be mailed with changes to the trash and recycling schedule. All changes will be posted on nyack-ny.gov. There is also a printable trash and recycling schedule on nyack-ny.gov.
Nyack Homeless Project
The Nyack Homeless Project is collecting donations of money, new clothes, and non-perishable food. Please help feed and clothe your Rockland neighbors in need. Visit nyackhp.org to donate or send a check to Nyack Homeless Project, PO Box 164, Nyack, NY 10960. For a list of drop off locations for non-perishable food, visit nyackhp.org.
Nyack “Fan Card”
Nyack has a new initiative to help make next year a little less tough on the local businesses we all know and love. It’s called the Nyack Fan Card, and the idea behind it is simple: For $20, you get a shopping card (purchasable online, or at 15 participating establishments listed here) that gives you significant discounts at participating shops and restaurants–savings well beyond the $20 cost of the card. The cards go live on January 1, 2021 and remain valid until March 31, 2021.
Village of South Nyack
The Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Tue, Jan 5, 2021 at 7:30p.
Town of Orangetown
Christmas Tree Pickup
The Orangetown Highway Department will begin picking up Christmas trees from the town right-of-way on Mon, Jan 4, 2021. Residents are advised to place their Christmas trees out on the right-of-way, not on the paved road surface, as soon as possible. The pickup will be completed on Fri, Jan 29, 2021. For further information, please contact the Orangetown Highway Department at (845) 359-6500 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town of Clarkstown
Save the Date – Goodbye Spark Plugs, Hello Electric Vehicles!
On Thurs, Jan 14, 2021 from 7 – 8:30p, Rockland Goes Green, Rockland Citizens Action Network, Nyack Library, and the Sierra Club present Goodbye Spark Plugs, Hello Electric Vehicles!, a program on electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging via Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent to all registrants the week of the program. CE credit is available for Planning and Zoning Board members through the Rockland Municipal Planning Foundation.