New Castle Administrator’s report – April 24, 2018
Administrator, New Castle
The Town will be purchasing trees through the NYPA Fall tree program. NYPA will match every tree we purchase with another tree of the same species. They will be delivered in the fall. Several of the tree species are ones that will work well with improvements slated for around municipal facilities. We anticipate using these trees for Town Hall, The Chappaqua Performing Arts Center, Gedney Park , and other facilities. The actual tree planting will be coordinated in the fall.
Town and County Taxes Are Now Due.
Town and County Tax Collection continues through the end of April. The last day to pay your 2018 Town and County Tax Bill without penalty is Monday, April 30. The tax office will be open from 7 am to 7 pm on Monday, April 30. The tax office also accepts a United States Postmark of April 30 as proof of timely payment. If you are mailing your tax bill, please make sure you see the post office affix a post mark to the envelope. You can also use our free online system to pay your taxes either with a credit card or an ACH payment through our website: mynewcastle.org If you have any questions, please contact the tax office at 238-4773.
Paving and Painting
Weather permitting, we will be paving in the downtown hamlet- up the King Street hill, North Greeley, South Greeley and lower King Street. Weather permitting, after that is done, we will be repainting cross walks in that area as well as parking lines on lower King.
Well Deserved Recognition
Two individuals with strong ties to New Castle and the Millwood Water treatment plant received recognition at the annual meeting of the New York State Section of the American Water Works Association. John Young received the Operator of the Year Award and Ani Zipkin received the award for Young Professional of the Year. Ani is a New Castle resident. She was an intern at the treatment plant several years ago.