Our town board meeting is holding a special meeting on September 12th starting at 7:30pm. - Cablevision channel 22 or Fios channel 35
FLU/ PNEUMONIA / SHINGLES Clinic at Town Hall on August 29th from 9:30am to 1:00pm. Rite Aid will be present. I suggest anyone who is interested in getting their vaccines to bring their insurance cards with them, so that they can be processed. This is a great opportunity to avoid the rush at the pharmacy as well as to avoid having to make an appointment at the doctors office. No appointment necessary, but you can sign up in advance if you wish by calling 297 - 2744.
** PAVING of Quite Acres ** Please note that the Town Highway Department will be paving the development of Quiet Acres from August 2nd until August 13th. The entrances to Daisy and Cindy will be closed off to thru traffic. If you have any questions, please contact Highway Superintendent Bettina at 297 - 9451. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
An update from the Town's new group: 'WIN' (Wappingers Interfaith Network)
Did you know that the United Methodist Church offers a free lunch to children under the age of 18 during the summer? This federally funded program is an effort to keep poverty stricken children from going hungry during the summer when school is closed. From 12 until 1pm lunches are available at the following locations:
Sheafe Road Trailer Park – 567 Sheafe Road; Veterans Field “Vets Field” – 41 N. Meiser Avenue; Mesier Park – intersection of Rt 9D and South Avenue ** On days when it rains ** alternate: United Methodist Church – 9 S. Mesier Avenue. To find a nearby location Text: FOOD to 877-877. A very special thank you to Pastor Dorsey for taking this mission on. Everyday children in our own community go hungry because of many contributing factors. During the school year, the school district is able to identify those in need and help them., but during the summer, many go hungry for days. This program helps children in our community get a nutritious meal. No questions asked, any child up to 18 will be fed.
Walk Drugs out of Our Community: was on June 26th. A special thank you to all who participated and helped out. The heroin epidemic is effecting all aspects of our community and we need to raise awareness. Please watch a part of our event @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3z0LViA-pE&feature=youtu.be
Dial A Ride: A friendly reminder to all of our seniors (60 years and older), veterans and people with disabilities, the Town offers Dial A Ride as a service to help ensure transportation to doctors, senior centers and appointments you may have. They offer door to door service as well as scheduled service. It is best that you call them for details on schedules and making reservations at: (845) 453-7433 or visit the link on our webpage or at:http://www.co.dutchess.ny.us/countygov/departments/masstransit/pldialaride.htm
Notary Pool: I have a pool of residents who are willing to travel to a resident's home if they meet one of the following requirements: Senior Citizen, disabled, or a disabled Veteran. If you are in need of someone to notarize something for you and you meet one of the requirements, kindly call my office at 297-2744. If you are a resident who is willing to be in a pool so that you can help out a resident, please call my office and let us know. Thank you in advance!