Welcome to the Village of Maybrook!

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 and Instagram pages as well!


Mayor Dennis K. Leahy

At approximately 12:30 am Tuesday, 9-19-23, the DPW was notified by Orange County 911
of a water leak on the 200 Block of Chrystal Drive. It was a large leak on
an 8″ main and dropped the water levels in the storage tanks of the water
system. The leak was isolated and the excavation and repairs were completed at approximately 5am. DPW flushed the hydrant in the area of the leak to remove any sediment from the operation of multiple main valves that were closed to control the leak. The water pressure will be lower than usual throughout the village for at least the next 24-36 hours as the storage tanks begin to refill from this event. Anny questions or concerns, contact DPW Superintendent Matt Thorp at 845-656-3122.
It was a perfect night for our “Family Movie Night”! As always, we thank and appreciate our sponsors of this event!
Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees
Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan
Walden Savings Bank
Casqurillo Landscaping
Montgomery Overall Services
Hunter Insurance
Maybrook Police Department
Maybrook Fire Department
Pretty Boy Entertainment

We hope everyone had a fun time!
For more information, visit their website at https://threevillages.org/tri-montgomery/
The Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts returned safely from their trip to Disney on August 22nd. The scouts went to the Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Universal Studios and the Magic Kingdom!
On Sunday, June 11, 2022, the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts hosted their 38th Annual Awards Dinner. Congratulations to Scoutmaster Bill Giannico, Scoutmaster Abby Williams, Emeritus Scoutmaster Jim Barnett, Cub Scoutmaster Paul Brahm and Cub Scoutmaster Amy Whitmore on another amazing year with the young men and women of Troop 236.
  I had the honor of presenting the “2023 Honor Scout of the Year Award” to Marinela Smakaj! Congratulations to Marinela and all of the Scouts who received awards and promotions!
This summer the Troop will make another guest appearance and represent our village at Disney in Florida!
Congratulations to all and have a great summer!

Mayor Dennis K. Leahy

Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Isabella Giannico chose to do her Eagle Scout Project in the Village of Maybrook. Isabella along with her fellow Scout friends spent this past weekend staining the Danny Meyer Memorial Playground!
Thank you Isabella for choosing the Village of Maybrook for your Eagle Scout Project!
We wish you all the best in your goal of attaining the rank of Eagle Scout!🦅
Our Grand Marshall for the Village of Maybrook Memorial Day Parade joined the United States Army In November 1966 at the age of 19. After an 8-week tour of Fort Jackson, South Carolina, in calisthenics, riflery, bayonet drills, spit-shinning, and obedience without question, he was sent to a signal school in Augusta, Georgia where he learned to send and receive Morse code, radio work, phonetic alphabet, and proper radio protocol.  This was in preparation for the beginning of a 357 day tour in South Vietnam.  He was put in charge of the MARS (Military Radio Auxiliary System) at Long Binh post near Saigon.  He was responsible for getting the servicemen and women for all the armed forces branches in touch with their loved ones at home.  He enjoyed this job while on tour overseas because he was able to provide a valuable service to his fellow enlisted soldiers under dire circumstances.  When his time in the war zone in Vietnam was completed, he was shipped back home and finished his army career in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he also ran the MARS station.
He separated from the military in November 1968, after which he returned to New York where he met and married his wife of almost 50 years.  He is a proud father of 2 children and 2 wonderful grandchildren.  Currently, he is the Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2064.
Congratulations to our 2023 Grand Marshall Commander Robert (Bob) Beck
L to R Maybrook Deputy Mayor and Memorial Day Chairman Charles Woznick, General Glen J. Lesniak, Grand Marshall VFW Post 2064 Commander Robert Beck, Guest Speaker Colonel Anthony E. Zupancic, PhD and Mayor Dennis Leahy

Our Memorial Day Guest Speaker Colonel Anthony E. Zupancic, PhD is currently an Academy Professor in the Department of English and Philosophy at the United States Military Academy. He graduated from West Point in 1997 and was commissioned as an Armor Officer. He served for four years in the 4th Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment at Fort Stewart, Georgia as a tank platoon leader and then battalion adjutant. In 1998, as a tank platoon leader, he was deployed to Kuwait for Operations Intrinsic Action and Desert Fox. In 2002, as a Captain, he assumed command of Company C, 2nd Battalion, 81st Armor Regiment at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He then attended North Carolina State University, from which he earned his master’s degree in English and in 2006 returned to West Point to serve as a rotating military faculty member. In 2009, now a Major, he transitioned to the Army Acquisition Corps and was assigned to be a contracting officer and team lead at the United States Southern Command in Doral, Florida. From there he deployed, in 2011, to Helmand Province, Afghanistan to serve as Deputy Chief of Contracting for the Regional Contracting Center located at Camp Leatherneck. In 2012, he attended the University of Tennessee and earned a PHD in English with a specialization in classical rhetoric. He once again returned to West Point in 2015 to join the Department of English and Philosophy as permanent military faculty and currently directs the English Program. He is now an accomplished author of a book which will be available in August of 2023 entitled “The cultivation of Character and Culture in Roman Rhetorical Education: The Available Means”.

The Village of Maybrook honored the heroes who paid the price for our freedom. We remember the soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines who faced unimaginable challenges, fought in distant lands, and bore witness to the horrors of war. We remember those who never returned, those who rest eternally in foreign soil, and those who sleep beneath the hallowed ground of our national cemeteries.
May we never forget the heroes who sacrificed their lives to protect our freedom. May we always honor their memory and strive to be worthy of their sacrifice. And may we, as a community, work tirelessly to ensure that their legacy endures for generations to come.
– Mayor Dennis K. Leahy
Maybrook Troop 236 Scout DJ Marino chose to do his Eagle Scout Project in the Village of Maybrook. DJ, along with his fellow Scout friends spent Memorial Day weekend painting the fire hydrants on Tower Ave and will have them completed for the Village of Maybrook Memorial Day Parade and Service on Monday!
Thank you DJ Marino for choosing the Village of Maybrook for your Eagle Scout Project.
We wish you all the best in your goal of attaining the rank of Eagle Scout!
Monday, May 22, 2023 was a special Village Board Meeting in which the Village Board unanimously approved the promotion of Sargent Dennis Barnett to the rank of Lieutenant. Dennis will be directly under the command of Chief Arnold “Butch” Amthor. Dennis’ proven experience and leadership as a police officer and as an instructor has made him a tremendous asset to the Maybrook Police Department. As a Sargent, he has proven his value and he will assist Chief Amthor in restructuring the Maybrook Police Department. Tonight, he received his pin and promotion which will go in effect June 1, 2023 for the 2023-24 Budget. Congratulations Lieutenant Dennis Barnett!
Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Arica Pearson-Leary chose to do her Eagle Scout Project in the Village of Maybrook. Arica along with her fellow Scout friends are painting the playground equipment and the benches in the David Weiss Memorial Park.
Thank you Arica Pearson- Leary for choosing the Village of Maybrook for your Eagle Scout Project. We wish you all the best in your goal of attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Please help out by putting trash in the garbage can where it belongs!
Thank you!
The Village of Maybrook would like to acknowledge Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Tucker Pearson-Leary.

Tucker chose to do his Eagle Scout project in the Village of Maybrook. He, with the assistance of his fellow scouts, power washed and painted the dugouts on the Senior Field in the Frederick Myers Veterans Memorial Park. He also weeded and enhanced the monument behind the backstop dedicated in memory of Anthony Lally.

Thank you Tucker Pearson-Leary for enhancing our park and for choosing the Village of Maybrook for your Eagle Project.
Village of Maybrook Re-organization Meeting Monday, April 10, 2023 L to R; Trustee William Gianico, Deputy Mayor Charles Woznick, Mayor Dennis Leahy, Trustee William Treco, Trustee Daryl Capozzoli
From Top to Bottom; Swearing in of Village of Maybrook Trustee William Treco, Trustee William Gianico and Deputy Mayor Charles Woznick.
Swearing in of Village of Maybrook Justice Joseph Bryne
The Town of Montgomery Little League hosted their Opening Day with a parade and ceremony today. A lot of work is done to prepare for this day. Ordering uniforms, schedules, field maintenance, etc. Congratulations to Marc Hamilton, the Town of Montgomery Little League Board and all of the coaches. Your volunteer work for your town is appreciated more than you know. Thank you for all you do in keeping baseball alive and kicking in the Town of Montgomery! Have a great season! Mayor Dennis Leahy
On Sunday, January 8th, Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village Board of Trustees had the honor of attending the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts “Eagle Court of Honor” at the Maybrook Senior Center. The honorees were Tristan Brahm, Brian Tompkins and Patricia Tuohy. The 3 of them became the 83rd, 84th and 85th Eagle Scouts from the Maybrook Troop since 1991. For their Eagle Projects, Eagle Scout Tristan Brahm painted the picnic tables under the pole barn making them look like new. Eagle Scout Brian Tompkins painted the Maybrook Caboose which is seen as you enter the north end of the village. Eagle Scout Patricia (Patty) Tuohy painted a beautiful mural of the American Flag on the Maybrook VFW Post 2064 building. Congratulations to Eagle Scouts Tristan Brahm, Brian Tompkins and Patty Tuohy in attaining the highest rank in scouting. We wish you all the best in future endeavors and thank you for choosing the Village of Maybrook for your Eagle Scout Projects!