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Update: Friday, June 5, 2020 at 3 pm.

The Mid-Hudson Region is on schedule for Phase 2 of Reopening on Tuesday, June 9th!

Phase 1 Industries https://forward.ny.gov/phase-one-industries

Phase 2 Industries https://forward.ny.gov/phase-two-industries

Summer Day Camps scheduled to open on June 29th.

County Executive Steve Neuhaus Daily update video: https://www.orangecountygov.com/1936/Coronavirus

Mid-Hudson Region Phase 1 of Reopening started Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Phase 1 includes Construction, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting, Manufacturing, Retail (limited to curbside, in-store pick-up and drop-off) and Wholesale Trade.

Barber Shops and Salons are now included in Phase 2. They will be open by appointment only.

10,587 positive cases of COVID 19 reported in Orange County. Increase of 22 from yesterday.

53,105 people have been COVID 19 tested in Orange County. Averaging 400 to 1000 tests daily.

465 deaths reported. Increase of 1 from yesterday.

599 COVID 19 cases reported in the Town of Montgomery.

85 people are hospitalized. Decrease of 4 from yesterday.

55 people hospitalized tested positive with COVID 19. In crease of 1 from yesterday.

30 people hospitalized have symptoms of COVID 19. Decrease of 5 from yesterday.

71% ICU beds available in the County. Increase of 1% from yesterday.

As Orange County begins the process of rebooting the economy and commencing the reopening phases, the County has created a resource page to assist business owners in their efforts to reopen efficiently, effectively, and safely. visit https://www.orangecountygov.com/1961/ReopenOrange

Saturday, May 23, 2020, Governor Cuomo announced the Mid-Hudson Region will enter Phase 1 on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Phase 1 has officially started. Go to https://forward.ny.gov/ for more details.

COVID 19 Confirmed Cases (9,278) by age from May 12, 20204% age 0-17, 44% age 18-44, 35% age 45-64, 8% age 65-74, 7% age 75 and older.

By gender 50% Male and 50% Female

May 21, 2020, there are 157 COVID 19 Pediatric Cases in New York which is now considered a Public Health Alert. Cases have developed in 25 states and 13 countries. This will be monitored going forward.

Orange County Sales Tax is down 3% from last year. Orange County is estimating a loss of $1 million in revenue per week in the County.

Orange County is working with local Law Enforcement and Code Enforcement to address COVID 19 “Hot Spots” in the County.Social Distancing Complaints call: 1-833-789-0470New York Forward: Business Reopening -INFORMATION REGARDING EXECUTIVE ORDERS FOR 100% WORKFORCE REDUCTIONS TO COMBAT COVID-19 https://esd.ny.gov/A

There will be no summer school classes this summer.

Childhood Inflammatory Disease Related to COVID-19 for more info: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/childhood-inflammatory-disease-related-covid-19

On May 13, 2020, Governor Cuomo announced today that Orange County Hospitals may open for elective surgeries provided that they meet the NYS Guidelines of the April 29th Department of Health Standards.For more information on the Metrics to Guide Reopening New York https://forward.ny.gov/metrics-guide-reopening-new-york

Please keep in mind COVID 19 is being monitored by NY State, Counties, Towns and Villages daily. We will continue to evaluate one day at a time and keep everyone posted on any new developments.The Orange County Healthcare App is available now. Go to “Orange County NY Health” and receive updates to your cell phone.

There has been an increase of fraud cases reported. PLEASE use caution when giving personal information over the phone!

Orange County COVID 19 Cases by Town. Click on the link below for additional information;https://ocnygis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/21de1fb5ce0c480f95dc0cf2b8b83b71

New York State COVID 19 update https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/home

The data provided is based on daily conference calls from Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus, Orange County Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman and Department of Emergency Services Commissioner Brendan Casey. I want to thank them for their efforts in keeping Orange County Officials informed during COVID -19.

The Mid-Hudson Region metrics are improving. We NEED to continue wearing our personal protective equipment and continue the practice of social distancing. Changes are developing daily. We will keep residents informed as soon as information is made available.Continue to pray for the families who lost a loved one and good health to all.

Mayor Dennis Leahy

Re-open Orange County Phases. For more information visit; https://www.orangecountygov.com/1961/ReopenOrange
These are difficult times we are facing in our country and throughout the entire world as we continue to cope with COVID 19. This year, our annual Village of Maybrook Memorial Day Parade had to be cancelled due to social distancing. A brief ceremony with limited participants was held at the Maybrook Fire House, the Maybrook VFW Post 2064, the Veterans Monument at the Maybrook United Methodist Church and the Frederick Myers Veterans Monument in the Frederick Myers Veterans Memorial Park. All participants wore face masks and practiced social distancing. We as a nation will get through these tough times.
Today, on Memorial Day, the Village of Maybrook honored the men and women who fought and sacrificed for our freedom. Their ultimate sacrifice for all of us is our inspiration and will help guide us through these difficult times. On this Memorial Day, let us remember, honor and never forget these brave men and women who fought for our liberties. May God Bless them, their families and our United States of America.
A special thank you to the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees, Maybrook Trustee Kevin Greany, the Maybrook VFW Post 2064 and Auxiliary, Sargent Micheal Maresca and the Maybrook Police Department, Fire Chief Patrick Romanik and the Maybrook Fire Department, Regular People’s Baptist Church Pastor Tom Jackson, Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts Assistant Scoutmaster Abby Williams.
Be safe and good health to all.
-Mayor Dennis Leahy
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Honoring the men and women of our Maybrook VFW Post 2064 and Auxiliary on Memorial Day. Remember those who fought and sacrificed for our country. Keep those past and present in your thoughts on Memorial Day.
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Village of Maybrook Memorial Day Service held at the Maybrook United Methodists Church on Memorial Day.
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The Maybrook Fire Department Memorial Day Ceremony and 9/11 Monument Dedication.
Per Governor Cuomo, the Mid-Hudson Region will be opening on Tuesday, May 26th, contingent upon having the required number of regional contact tracers signed up and certified. To that end, the County Executives in the Region have agreed to be sure that each does what is needed to fully meet this metric. 
If you are willing to be a contact tracer or know someone else who will, please do the following no later than 5:00 pm Monday, May 25th:
Volunteers will need to take a free course and the exam from John Hopkins University (link is here). When filling out the online application, it initially shows a fee of $49. A discount is applied upon checkout making it no cost.

Provide your name and e-mail address to Michael Ventre, Deputy Commissioner of Orange County Health Department (mventre@orangecountygov.com).
Provide Deputy Commissioner Ventre with a copy of your certification upon completion of the course/test (scan and e-mail, or text or e-mail a photo of it).
Please note: if you have already done the steps above, you do not need to resubmit the information.
For more information on:
Phase 1 of the re-opening, visit https://forward.ny.gov/
The Empire State Development website has re-opening guidance and guidelines for businesses: https://esd.ny.gov/

Contact Tracing:
The role of a contact tracer will involve calling people throughout the County who may have contacted a COVID-19 positive individual and collecting and entering data with respect to their whereabouts and individuals they have encountered.
To be a contact tracer, New York State requires the completion of an online training and certification program. According to the State, this online course and exam takes five hours; however, most people seem to complete it in roughly an hour. 
How to become a NYS Contact Tracer: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/get-involved-how-you-can-help
Remember those who fought and sacrficed for our freedom on Memorial Day.
Memorial Day Monday, May 25, 2020
Frederick Myers Veterans Memorial Monument

Village of Maybrook resident Martha Barrera reached out to Mayor Dennis Leahy and Trustee Kevin Greany about getting extra participation from residents for Memorial Day because of social distancing caused by the COVID-19. Ms. Barrera is on the board for the Blooming Grove Chamber of Commerce and started a group in Washingtonville called the Washingtonville Community Events Council. What she proposed is called “A Light to Remember 2020”. Residents and businesses are invited to decorate their homes with red, white, and blue (can be Christmas lights) from May 20th through May 31st.  Ms. Barrera brought it to our attention because she wanted to lift the spirits of those in her community for Memorial Day 2020. The Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees unanimously approved participation and we thank Ms. Barrera for bringing this idea to our attention. Please join in to honor the men and women who sacrificed and died for our country by participating in
“A Light to Remember” beginning May 20th through May 31st!
This week is National Law Enforcement Week to honor, remember, and celebrate American Law Enforcement.
Every day, the men and women of our Village of Maybrook Police Department put their lives at risk to serve and protect the citizens of our village.
Thank you to the Village of Maybrook Police Department for your service and dedication. Remember the law enforcement officers across the nation who have sacrificed their lives serving their communities.
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Pursuant to Executive Order 202.26, which was issued the evening of May 1, 2020, all village elections scheduled to take place in March, April, May, and June of 2020 have been postponed and rescheduled to September 15, 2020.  The Order states that for any village election in which the ballot was fully determined when the election was postponed, the election will proceed with the same ballot.  Additionally, if the ballots were already printed the ballots may be used at the September 15, 2020 election, despite displaying the original date of the election.
In village elections for which ballot access was incomplete when petitioning was suspended, the Executive Order states that the petitioning process will continue to be on hold until the NY on Pause Order ceases, subject to a process determined by a future Executive Order. 
Lastly, while current elected village officials will remain in office until the rescheduled election is held on September 15, 2020, the newly elected officials will assume office when the results of the election are certified pursuant to Election Law § 15-126.

Please be advised, the explosions heard earlier in the day were not in the village. The NYS Police were destroying explosives and confiscated munition in a controled environment off of Baron Rd. The NYS Police Helicopter was in the area to make sure no civilians were in the vicinity. – Mayor Dennis Leahy

Our wastewater treatment plant operations specialist has notified us that there has been a huge influx of wipes, rags and rubber gloves coming into our treatment facility and is creating a large issue for proper plant operation.  The law prohibits flushing of any substances into the municipal sanitary sewer system with the exception of paper products specifically made for this purpose. Although many of the commercially available “wipes” claim to be biodegradable and flushable, THEY ARE NOT.  Rubber gloves, any types of wipes/rags and cooking oils etc. are also not to be flushed down into the sanitary sewer system as well. Cooking oils form grease balls that become as hard as cement in the sewer lines 
All of these can and do cause sewer main and service lateral back-ups (which are the responsibility of the homeowner to the main)  and very often lead to sanitary sewer line overflows and severe damage to equipment at the treatment facility resulting in tens of thousands of dollars in repairs and cleanup costs.
We understand that there is now more than ever a concerted effort to clean and disinfect surfaces etc. the materials used should be disposed of in a plastic trash bag, tightly sealed and put out for garbage collection.
We truly appreciate you help in keeping out sanitary sewer collection system and treatment facility in its optimum operating condition.
Matthew A Thorp
Supt. of Public Works
An Executive Order issued by Governor Cuomo mandates that all customers wear a face covering while shopping, as of Friday 4/17/20. Please make sure you bring your own to wear next time you visit our store. A bandanna or scarf works in a pinch. And here’s a link to making your own: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html.
Thanks for helping to keep our customers and associates safe. For more information on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please see http://facts.wakefern.com/




Given the need for proper social distancing, we kindly ask that customers refrain from shopping as a family or in groups (whenever possible). It’s best to appoint one person per household to handle any necessary shopping trips. This will allow for easier navigation of the store while remaining 6 feet away from other customers and our associates.

The containment of the Coronavirus is a shared responsibility, and we greatly appreciate your help! 
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UPDATED: MAY 13, 2020 AT 3:00PM

A Reminder to Flush Responsibly

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Certain materials flushed down toilets can damage sewer systems, wastewater treatment operations, or private septic systems, even when they are labeled as flushable. Correcting the damage is expensive, so do not flush any of the items listed below, no matter how small. Please throw them in the trash. 

  • diapers
  • baby wipes
  • disinfectant wipes
  • personal hygiene products
  • any paper products other than toilet paper (e.g., paper towels, facial tissues, paper napkins)

  Clogged treatment systems are expensive to clean out!

Attention guests, we have updated our hours of operation as of this Sunday, April 5. In addition to changing our hours, our service deli counter is temporarily closed. We are happy to fill your deli order placed online at ShopRite.com, orders made through the ShopRite mobile deli app, or orders placed at our in-store kiosk. In addition, a wide variety of pre-sliced cold cuts including Boar’s Head and prepackaged salads are available in our self-service deli case. We appreciate your patience and understanding at this time and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Get NYS Unemployment Assistance

COVID-19 Update: NYS is waiving the 7-Day waiting period for Unemployment Insurance benefits for people who are out of work due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) closures or quarantines.

Unemployment Insurance is temporary income for eligible workers who lose their jobs through no fault of their own. To collect benefits, you must be ready, willing, and able to work, and actively looking for work during each week in which you are claiming benefits. Click on the link below.


BEWARE OF SCAMMERS!!!!! The Village of Maybrook utility provider is Central Hudson however this could happen! Please be cautious of those who try to take advantage of others during difficult times.

PEARL RIVER, NY March 27, 2020 2:30 p.m. – Orange & Rockland (O&R) and Rockland Electric Co. remind customers to remain aware of would-be scammers during the coronavirus emergency.
Scammers may take advantage of the emergency to try to get customers to give them money or to let them in their homes.
Orange & Rockland and Rockland Electric Co. offer this advice:
• Beware of anyone visiting, e-mailing, or calling about outstanding bills or disconnecting service. You are not going to lose your power now even if you can’t pay your bill.
• If anyone asks for money for “new meters because of coronavirus,” that’s bogus. We don’t charge for meters. And, we’ve put smart meter installation on hold.
• If someone comes to your door, verify they are who they say they are. We’ll only enter your home or business for emergencies, safety reasons and upon your request for critical issues, including turning on service. If someone claims to be from Orange & Rockland or Rockland Electric Co., call 1-877-434-4100 to check the employee’s name and ID#.
• If you are making a payment, do it safely. We never accept payment by cash apps such as Venmo, or bitcoin. We only accept online payments via www.oru.com/myaccount. or by downloading the free O&R mobile app.
• If you’re suspicious about an e-mail from Orange & Rockland or Rockland Electric Co., don’t click on any links you’re unsure about.
Also, if you have an appointment with us, please let us know if you or anyone on your premises is quarantined by calling us. We’re here to keep New York and New Jersey safe and your energy reliable.
To get the most recent information about help Orange & Rockland and Rockland Electric Co. are providing to our customers visit www.oru.com and click on the Coronavirus Update button under the Coronavirus panel on the homepage.
Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. (O&R), a wholly owned subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, Inc., one of the nation’s largest investor-owned energy companies, is a regulated utility. O&R provides electric service to approximately 300,000 customers in southeastern New York State (where its franchise name is Orange & Rockland) and northern New Jersey (where it’s Rockland Electric Company) and natural gas service to approximately 130,000 customers in New York.



Please be advised; Beginning Thursday, April 2, 2020. Grass and Leaf clippings to be discarded will be picked up by County Waste on THURSDAYS. A dumpster will be placed at the Maybrook Government Center on Monday, March 30, 2020 for residents to dispose of leaves and twigs only!

Any questions or concerns contact :

Maybrook DPW Superintendent Matt Thorp at 845-656-3122

All leaves and grass clippings MUST be discarded in brown recycled bags!

Recycled bags are free and available at the Village of Maybrook Government Center.

Due to the COVID 19, pick up is by appointment only!

Orange County Health Hotline845-291-2330 (open 9am-5pm)
NYS COVID-19 Hotline1-888-364-3065 (open 24 hours)
Anthony Wayne Testing Area888-364-3065
Orange County Government845-291-4000
Business Concerns845-360-0231
Orange County Crisis Hotline (Help with Food)800-832-1200
Senior Food845-615-3700
Orange & Rockland877-434-4100
Central Hudson845-452-2700
Consumer Affairs Complaints845-360-6700 (open 24 hours)
Center for Disease Controlhttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
NYS Department of Healthhttps://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/home

On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, a professional contractor disinfected the Maybrook Government Center, the Maybrook Railroad Museum, the Maybrook Police Department, the Maybrook Department of Public Works Building, Maybrook Police vehicles and Department of Public Works vehicles/equipment to protect village employees from the Coronavirus.
The Maybrook Senior Center and the George C. Bullis Community Center will be disinfected before reopening.

Please be safe and take the proper precautions to avoid spreading the Coronavirus. We will continue to keep residents updated on the most current information.

Be safe everyone!

Mayor Dennis Leahy

Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees Meeting

Monday, March 23, 2020 at 7 pm.

Please note that tonight’s meeting is closed to the public due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  The meeting will proceed as scheduled by teleconference, and a recording of the meeting is posted under Quick Links “Meeting Minutes” 3-23-20.

Village of Maybrook Residents,

Please be advised, this is the Village of Maybrook Declaration of Local State of Emergency Executive Order No. 2 of 2020. Adjustments have been made from the prior Executive Order issued on March 17, 2020.
As we move forward in the coming days, it’s going to be hard, it’s going to be disruptive, but we will get through this together.

I wish you all good health and happiness!

Mayor Dennis K. Leahy

As Mayor and Chief Executive of the Village of Maybrook, New York I do hereby declare a STATE OF EMERGENCY for the entire Village of Maybrook, beginning at 12:01a.m. on March 18, 2020, and continuing until such time to declare the State of Emergency is no longer necessary, or until midnight March 22, 2020.

The following is a summary of the Declaration.
• Village Hall and each of the offices and places of business of the government of the Village of Maybrook, including the Department of Public Works and Village Police Department offices, are hereby closed to the public. The Village Offices will be available for in-person services, payments and permits by appointment only during the hours of 8:00a.m. and 12:00p.m., Monday through Friday.
• All meetings of the Village of Maybrook Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals are cancelled until further notice.
• All Village parks shall remain open, but all Village of Maybrook recreation activities are canceled.
• The Maybrook Senior Center is closed until further notice.
• The George C. Bullis Memorial Community Center is closed until further notice.
• Consistent with the guidelines and protocols issued by the New York Unified Court System, Village Court is closed until further notice.

Information is changing daily so please stay in touch with the Village of Maybrook website. Now more than ever it’s important that we come together as a community during this difficult time. We will get past this together please take the proper precautions and be safe.

Mayor Dennis Leahy

ORDERED on March 17, 2020 at 5:30 pm

Please be advised: The Village of Maybrook Budget Work Session scheduled for Monday, March 16th has been CANCELLED due to the State of Emergency declared because of COVID-19.

Whether you expect to be here for a short time or for the rest of your life, we hope you find the Village of Maybrook to be a friendly, caring and supportive community where everyone is received warmly. Over the years we have gained an even greater appreciation for our community and its spirit. The community we have does not happen by accident. Positive accomplishments are realized by the constant efforts of your Village Board, community organizations, residents and village employees. Together we will continue to make Maybrook a better place to live, work and play. Our Village of Maybrook Website was created to improve communication and to inform residents of current events. Please visit and “LIKE” our Village of Maybrook Facebook Page as well!


Mayor Dennis K. Leahy