Community Alerts

FSA Accepting Emergency Loan Applications
Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Ulster Counties has been declared eligible for Farm Service Agency (FSA), formerly Farmers Home Administration, disaster emergency loan assistance effective July 9, 2018 due to damages and losses caused by Excessive Winds, Hail, Lightning and Tornado which occurred May 4, 2018 and May 15, 2018. Family farmers who have suffered physical losses only due to the Excessive Winds, Hail, Lightning and Tornado may be eligible for FSA loans.  Proceeds from crop insurance and any FSA programs are taken into account when determining eligibility for physical losses. Losses must be supported with documented records.  Under the FSA Emergency Loan Programs farmers may be eligible for production and physical loss loans of up to 100 percent of their actual losses, or the operating loan amount needed to continue in business, or a maximum principal balance outstanding of $500,000, whichever is less. Farmers must be unable to obtain credit from private commercial lenders.  The interest rate on Emergency Loans is 3.75%.

Application for loans under this emergency designation will be accepted until March 9, 2019.  The FSA office is located at 225 Dolson Avenue, Suite 101, Middletown, New York, 10940, telephone number (845) 343-1872 Ext. 2.

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Cell Nodes Along Route 9W
The current project has 6 nodes that will follow US-9W and will work with existing macros in the area to improve coverage.  The Nodes will be on wood utility poles and will run along 9W from 1488 US-9W (Node 11) to 1024 US-9W (Node 5) – Google Earth map below.  The Nodes are low powered but have a range of approximately 500-1000 feet with a good line of sight so homes and businesses along US-9W will have improved coverage once the Nodes are active. Construction crews are currently working on placing the poles for Nodes 11, 9 and 5.  Poles for Nodes 7 and 10 are in place and, as discussed, Node 8 is planned to be in place soon. The equipment and utilities (fiber and electric) will need to be installed next.  Barring anything unforeseen the forecast is to have the nodes completed and on air by the end of 2017.

Thank you,
Supervisor Lanzetta and Town Board

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Inter-Municipal Water Agreement with The Town of Newburgh

The Town of Marlborough has recently signed a new inter-municipal agreement with the Town of Newburgh to provide water to the Town of Marlborough water district residents.  
Click here to read the announcement letter from the Water Superintendent and fact sheet regarding the water agreement.

After Hours Fuel Emergency Program
The After Hours Fuel Emergency Program covers fuel emergencies when the Ulster County Department of Social Services is closed.  Click here for more information.

Winter Parking Reminder

NO PARKING on Town Roads during Snow-Ice Storms October 15 to April 15.

 

Town Police are authorized to have vehicles ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.

 

Emergency parking for the Marlboro Hamlet is available at the Presbyterian Church, corner of Grand and Dubois Streets. Vehicles need to be removed within 24 hours.

 

Emergency parking for the Milton Hamlet is available at the St. James Church parking lot next to the Telephone Co. building. Vehicles need to be removed within 24 hours.

 

For more information, please call the Town Supervisor’s Office 845-795-5100 Ext.2

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Snow Emergency Regulation
(Town of Marlborough Town Code)

A. In order to facilitate the removal of snow and ice from the publicly maintained roads in the Town of Marlborough, parking, standing or stopping of any motor vehicles is prohibited on all roads, streets or highways in the Town of Marlborough from October 15 to April 15 of every year during snow and ice storms.

B. The Town of Marlborough may make arrangements with property owners within the hamlet on an annual basis to provide temporary (not to exceed 24 hours) off-street parking for motor vehicles in the Hamlet of Marlboro. Information as to the off-street parking facilities may be obtained from the Town Supervisor's office and the Town of Marlborough Police Department.

C. Any motor vehicle remaining on a street or highway in violation of this section shall be towed at the owner's expense. The Town of Marlborough Police Department shall have the authority to engage the services of any tow truck under the terms of Chapter 140, entitled "Tow Trucks." Such tow trucks shall be engaged by the Town according to the existing rotation for tow truck calls on file with the Town of Marlborough Police Department.

Letter from the Town Board to business owners regarding snow removal

Can't Get Cable TV or Internet?
Ulster County wants to identify areas without broadband coverage. If you live where you can't get cable TV or internet, please let me know. I, Al Lanzetta, Town Supervisor, can be reached at the Town Hall at 845-795-5100 Ext. 2 or message me. Thanks!

Municipal Parking in Milton 
Municipal parking will be permitted on weekends from 
6 AM - 10 PM @ 21 Milton Turnpike, Milton NY (upper parking lot). This will allow for easy access to the library, post office, shops, eateries, and more in the Hamlet of Milton!
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§ 145-9.1Snow emergency regulation.

[Added 5-24-2010 by L.L. No. 2-2010]
A. 
In order to facilitate the removal of snow and ice from the publicly maintained roads in the Town of Marlborough, parking, standing or stopping of any motor vehicles is prohibited on all roads, streets or highways in the Town of Marlborough from October 15 to April 15 of every year during snow and ice storms.
B. 
The Town of Marlborough may make arrangements with property owners within the hamlet on an annual basis to provide temporary (not to exceed 24 hours) off-street parking for motor vehicles in the Hamlet of Marlboro. Information as to the off-street parking facilities may be obtained from the Town Supervisor's office and the Town of Marlborough Police Department.
C. 
Any motor vehicle remaining on a street or highway in violation of this section shall be towed at the owner's expense. The Town of Marlborough Police Department shall have the authority to engage the services of any tow truck under the terms of Chapter 140, entitled "Tow Trucks." Such tow trucks shall be engaged by the Town according to the existing rotation for tow truck calls on file with the Town of Marlborough Police Department.

§ 145-9.1Snow emergency regulation.

[Added 5-24-2010 by L.L. No. 2-2010]
A. 
In order to facilitate the removal of snow and ice from the publicly maintained roads in the Town of Marlborough, parking, standing or stopping of any motor vehicles is prohibited on all roads, streets or highways in the Town of Marlborough from October 15 to April 15 of every year during snow and ice storms.
B. 
The Town of Marlborough may make arrangements with property owners within the hamlet on an annual basis to provide temporary (not to exceed 24 hours) off-street parking for motor vehicles in the Hamlet of Marlboro. Information as to the off-street parking facilities may be obtained from the Town Supervisor's office and the Town of Marlborough Police Department.
C. 
Any motor vehicle remaining on a street or highway in violation of this section shall be towed at the owner's expense. The Town of Marlborough Police Department shall have the authority to engage the services of any tow truck under the terms of Chapter 140, entitled "Tow Trucks." Such tow trucks shall be engaged by the Town according to the existing rotation for tow truck calls on file with the Town of Marlborough Police Department.

§ 145-9.1Snow emergency regulation.

[Added 5-24-2010 by L.L. No. 2-2010]
A. 
In order to facilitate the removal of snow and ice from the publicly maintained roads in the Town of Marlborough, parking, standing or stopping of any motor vehicles is prohibited on all roads, streets or highways in the Town of Marlborough from October 15 to April 15 of every year during snow and ice storms.
B. 
The Town of Marlborough may make arrangements with property owners within the hamlet on an annual basis to provide temporary (not to exceed 24 hours) off-street parking for motor vehicles in the Hamlet of Marlboro. Information as to the off-street parking facilities may be obtained from the Town Supervisor's office and the Town of Marlborough Police Department.
C. 
Any motor vehicle remaining on a street or highway in violation of this section shall be towed at the owner's expense. The Town of Marlborough Police Department shall have the authority to engage the services of any tow truck under the terms of Chapter 140, entitled "Tow Trucks." Such tow trucks shall be engaged by the Town according to the existing rotation for tow truck calls on file with the Town of Marlborough Police Department.