Putnam County now has 7 drop sites across our beautiful county where residents can drop off unwanted or outdated medication in a safe, confidential way.
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County Renews and Amends Camp Herrlich Lease to Ensure Long-term Care of Property and Infrastructure Improvements CARMEL, NY – Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell announced today that the legislature passed a resolution to amend the County’s lease with Camp Herrlich. Amendments, featuring a guaranteed 20- year lease term, were sought by Camp Herrlich to ensure […]
Health Department Releases 2016-2018 CHA and CHIP BREWSTER, NY— Five community-wide coalitions and 91 community organizations joined the Putnam County Department of Health in compiling and issuing a joint Community Health Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plan for the years covering 2016 through 2018. “It is government’s role to protect and improve the lives of […]
Andrew Krivak’s Motion for a New Trial Denied Earlier today a Justice of the County Court denied Andrew Krivak’s motion to set aside his conviction for his role in the brutal 1994 rape and murder of 12-year-old Josette Wright. Krivak had been found guilty by a jury of Murder in the Second Degree and Rape […]
Brewster Mayor and County Executive Announce Phase I of Brewster Revitalization Massive Transit Oriented Development Seeks to Bring Back Millennials and Brewster’s Distinction as Hub of Harlem Valley BREWSTER, NY – At a press conference last Thursday, January 5th, Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell and Village of Brewster Mayor James Schoenig with Covington Development, LLC, […]
Entergy, NY Officials Agree on Indian Point Closure in 2020-2021 Decision driven by sustained low power prices BUCHANAN, N.Y. – The two operating units at the Indian Point Energy Center will close in 2020-2021 after powering New York for more than four decades with clean, safe, and reliable electricity. The early and orderly shutdown is […]
The Office for Senior Resources has hired Michael Lambe in the position of Wellness Coordinator/OSR Nurse. Michael recently retired as a Registered Nurse from Westchester Medical Center after working there for 22 years. Looking to continue using his experience after retiring, he came to OSR to work with the seniors helping to keep them healthy […]
January 3, 2017 Dear NYSAC Board, As you know, this weekend the Governor vetoed the Public Defense Mandate Relief Act (S.8114/ A.10706). This bi-partisan bill was sent to the Governor after being passed unanimously by the Senate and the Assembly as they recognized the importance of both strengthening the criminal justice system as well as […]
Tilly Foster Farm Gets Two New Goats for Christmas SOUTHEAST, NY – Tilly Foster Farm, a long-time destination for children and families to enjoy and experience furry and feathered creatures, adds two new Nigerian Dwarf goats to its growing collection of exotic farm animals. The Nigerian Dwarf goat is a miniature dairy goat breed of […]
As “Year of Business Development” Winds Down Successes Build Up County Adds to List of Economic Development Accomplishments — Confirms Agreement with City of Danbury for Interstate Sewer and Other Shared Services CARMEL, NY – County Executive MaryEllen Odell announced today an eventful close to 2016 and the “Year of Business Development.” At the State […]