Attention City of Middletown Residents:
Construction activities on Wisner Ave, in the vicinity of Midland Ave, for the upgrade of the City of Middletown Wastewater Collection System is scheduled to start on November 17, 2017. Construction is expected to be completed in 4 weeks, weather permitting. It's anticipated that two-way traffic will be maintained through out the construction period. Please drive slowly and cautiously in the impacted area.
We appreciate your cooperation .
In an effort to make information about important O&R/Rockland Electric projects, programs and community related issues easily accessible, O&R has created a Community Updates page on O&R’s website, ORU.com. The web page https://www.oru.com/en/about-us/media-center/community-updates/ provides background information and links to reference materials for programs or issues that may be of interest to your municipality, residents or constituents.
Dear City of Middletown Water Customer,
The City of Middletown has retained Energy Systems Group (ESG), and indirectly Professional Meters, Inc, (PMI) to install new Automatic Reading water meters at every water service location. The vast majority of meters have already been replaced by PMI since the beginning of their work in April of 2017. PMI will be ceasing their meter replacement efforts by end of October 2017.
PMI indicates that there is a number of locations which have not been cooperative in scheduling appointments to have their meter replaced, even after 4 notice attempts made by PMI.
PLEASE NOTE: Any remaining meter locations that have NOT been scheduled and replaced by the time that PMI ceases meter installations for the City of Middletown, will incur a $200.00 SURCHARGE FEE (added to their regularly scheduled water bill) for each subsequent billing period, and is subject to WATER SERVICE TERMINATION.
Furthermore, please also note the following responsibilities of the owner:
Residential development in the City of Middletown used to suffer flooding whenever stormwater topped off Co Rt 78.
Conventional engineering solutions such as Stormwater Detention Ponds or larger culverts were not feasible or appropriate solutions.
Innovative thinking in Middletown, which included construction of flood diversion wall continues to save the residential development from the devastation of flooding.
Photos below were taken during the 6/19/2017 flash flood by Commissioner Tawil.
(City of Middletown DPW installs first solar powered LED enhanced driver feedback device)
(2nd Traffic device installed by City DPW)
Mayor DeStefano and Council President Rodrigues: "Our ongoing efforts to address quality of life issues in our City, DPW installed a Solar Powered LED-Enhanced Driver Feedback Radar, as a traffic calming device to alert speeders in the area."
Over 20,000 studies have been conducted to understand the health effects of RF Energy.
Please see the links below for more information on safety concerns about City of Middletown new water meters from Sensus:
Please click here for full Presentation → Flex Net Safety Presentation
2017 MS4 Report:
Click on the Link Below to view the “2017 MS4 Report” (reporting period of March 10, 2016 to March 9, 2017). Comments were made by City of Middletown Alderman Jerry Kleiner, (based on City Web Site Posted 5/17/2017 Draft MS4 Report), and have been addressed in the final MS4 report.
If you have any comments or questions, please contact DPW at #845-343-3169.
To review the NY Rising Application for Funding, please click the link below.
All citizens, particularly persons of low and moderate income and residents of blighted areas, as well as those affected by the project are encouraged to submit their comments by January 20, 2017 to the City of Middletown at the following address:
City of Middletown
16 James Street
Middletown, NY 10940
Attn: Jacob S. Tawil, P.E.
Commissioner of Public Works
Click here to review application: document NY RISING FUNDING APPLICATION (2.57 MB)