There will be an informational public meeting about the deer situation in Middletown with DEC Region 3 Wildlife Biologist Kevin Clarke. Mr. Clarke will discuss NYS regulation of deer populations and the current DEC deer management program for our area. This will include a question and answer period with public input and suggestions.
Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 7:00 pm, Common Council Chambers, City Hall, 16 James St., Middletown.
The City of Middletown Police Department is investigating a large number of criminal mischief incidents which occurred on October 16thand 17th, 2014 in multiple locations within the City. The incidents are believed to have occurred between the hours of 11:00pm and 2:00am
A subject or subjects shot at the windows of parked vehicles, utilizing a bb or pellet gun. A large number of vehicles were found to have been damaged as a result.
The only suspect information at this time is limited to a vehicle description. The suspect vehicle is described as a dark, possibly black, four door sedan. The vehicle may be a Honda Civic or similar body style and the windows of the vehicle may be tinted.
In addition to the incidents in the City of Middletown, the Town of Wallkill Police Department is reporting that they have encountered numerous reports of criminal mischief, by similar means, in the Mechanicstown and Scotchtown areas
Anyone with information regarding these incidents is asked to contact the City of Middletown Police Department at 845-343-3151.
From November 3, 2014 to December 12, 2014 the City of Middletown will hold its general city wide clean up period for leaves in the street. Make sure leaves are set out no more than four (4) feet from the curb. All other times during the year leaves must be placed in receptacles. Department of Public Works crews will pick up leaves in the street during this time period only, no exceptions. The initial leaf pick up schedule will be as follows: Third Ward, Second Ward, First Ward, Fourth Ward.
There will be an "Informational Public Meeting on the Deer Situation in Middletown" with DEC Region 3 Wildlife Biologist Kevin Clark to be held Thursday, October 30th at 7:00pm in Common Council Chambers, 16 James Street on the 2nd floor of City Hall.
" The FEMA Flood Map Service Center (MSC) is the official public source for flood hazard information produced in support of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). If you wish to view the mapped flood zones for your area of interest, you may search by street address or place on the MSC at https://msc.fema.gov/portal/search. Search results will display the best map for the location entered and give you an option of either viewing the map using our online viewer or downloading the map to your computer."
Please be advised that O&R will be upgrading their underground gas main to high pressure mains at the following locations:
Prospect (from Commonwealth to Highland)
Jay (from Commonwealth to Highland)
Sunset (from Commonwealth to Highland)
Roosevelt (from Rockwell to Watkins)
Wisner (from Watkins to Highland)
Commonwealth (from Wisner to Prospect)
Highland (from Wisner to Wickham)
Wisner (from N. Beacon to Watkins)
Randall Heights (from Cantrell to Roosevelt)
The entire length of new gas mains is approximately 13,000'. O&R will directly coordinate the project progress with local residents including any gas services interruption and switching over.
Please continue to visit this site for specific project location schedule updates.
There will be a Holiday Craft Fair at Mulberry House Senor Center at 62-70 West Main Street on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM.
8 Ft. Table - $40.00 and 6 Ft. Table - $30.00
Call 346-4070 or 346-4071 or 346-4073 to reserve your table.
Set up time is 8:00 AM Tables & chairs to be supplied by Mulberry House
This is a self-guided tour of historic downtown Middletown, NY. Your can start anywhere on the map. The signs will have a photograph of the site or building as it looked in the past and will identify the building by its former name. The signs will be located either in the windows of the historic buildings, on posts at or near the sites or affixed to the building.
When you arrive at a location, dial the phone number on the sign or scan the QR code with your Smart Phone. Listen to the introduction and when prompted, press the number of the site and listen to the audio narrative.
If the individual wishes to read the narrative, QR codes will be n the signs and the tourist will scan the code with a phone that can read QR codes.
Tour brochure will include a map and will be available at local business in the greater Middletown area. The audio tour will be in operation 24 hours, seven days a week and free to the public.
There are 44 sites in all.
Walking Tour brochure with sites and Map: Historic Walking Tour Map
Attention City of Middletown Residents:
Halloween is right around the corner! Please report any street light outages to the Department of Public Works office so that Orange and Rockland can be notified to repair them.
Thank you again for your continued cooperation!