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the historic Putnam County Courthouse will be lit in yellow, white and purple on Wednesday, August 26 to mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which gave women the right to vote

Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell announced that the historic Putnam County Courthouse will be lit in yellow, white and purple on Wednesday, August 26 to mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. “If not for the brave women who fought long and hard for suffrage, women […]

Putnam County’s Office for Senior Resources Over 3,000 Food Bank Grocery Bags Delivered to Seniors

This past Thursday marked the 3,000th grocery bag delivered by the Office for Senior Resources staff to the seniors of Putnam County. In addition to the daily home delivered meals and program materials transported to homebound seniors, OSR’s drivers bring a special package every Thursday. Those seniors who come to one of OSR’s 4 Friendship […]

DiPippo Settlement Response to D.A. Tendy’s Press Release August 17, 2020

I, along with members of the Legislature who approved this settlement, am deeply disappointed in D.A. Tendy and the direction he took in Friday’s Press Release regarding the settlement of the DiPippo case. It is clearly an emotional response in a case where two prior District Attorneys obtained convictions, but he was unable to do […]

DISTRICT ATTORNEY TENDY CONDEMNS DIPIPPO SETTLEMENT

CARMEL, NEW YORK – August 14, 2020 Putnam County District Attorney Robert V. Tendy released the following statement today regarding the County’s decision to settle the lawsuit filed by Anthony DiPippo: The Putnam County Legislature, 1 with the approval of the Putnam County Executive and Putnam County Attorney, has agreed to settle a civil rights […]

Putnam County Police Policy Review Panel on Aug 13, 2020 Presentation

The Re-scheduled Organizational Meeting of the Putnam County Police Policy Review Panel was held on August 13, 2020 at 10 a.m. Below are the pdf presentation as well as the audio of the meeting so that you can listen in. Putnam County Police Policy Review Panel 8-13-2020 Presentation Police Policy Meeting Audio 8/13/2020

The Child Advocacy Center (CAC) of Putnam County to Hold One Too Many NY 5K Virtual Run/Walk

Brewster- July 6, 2020- Even though things are very different throughout New York state, one thing has stayed the same—the CAC of Putnam County has remained open, providing essential services for abused children and their families.  During COVID-19 multidisciplinary teams have been working, following CDC guidelines to safely provide support, services, and a path to […]

Response to Tropical Storm Isaias

Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell praised the coordinated state, county and local response to Tropical Storm Isaias, which kept Putnam County residents safe during Tropical Storm Isaias and its aftermath. “Once again, our county and local first responders made us proud,” County Executive Odell said. “The quick and sustained response of the members of the […]