Mayor’s Report

Mayor Dennis K. Leahy

Village of Maybrook Board Meeting

Monday, January 13, 2020

  1. Police incident January 9, 2020- On Thursday, January 9th, an incident occurred in the 900 block area of Homestead Avenue which required a large multi-agency response. This included police units from the Village of Maybrook, Town of Montgomery, Orange County Sheriff’s Department and the New York State Police as well as a tactical call-out. Thankfully, the individual involved surrendered and the incident was resolved peacefully without any injuries reported. I want to thank Chief Butch Amthor, Town of Montgomery Police, the Maybrook Police and all the agencies including the Maybrook Fire Department who were involved for their quick and immediate response.
  2. Welcome “Whipped Cupcakes”- On Saturday, January 11th, I attended a Grand Opening for a new business in our village called “Whipped Cupcakes”. It’s a nice family owned business and a wonderful addition to our village. The cupcakes are fantastic, and they were off to a great start with a steady crowd in and out through the day wishing them the best! On behalf of the village, I wished Nicole and her husband Heath to our village and wished them many years of success!
  3. Happy New Year!- I would like to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year in 2020. We have a lot of work ahead of us in the coming year and I look forward to getting off to a good start now that the holidays are behind us. We had a nice break in the weather last week and a mild winter would most definitely be welcomed. We will keep the residents updated on any new developments and I look forward to a positive and productive year in 2020.
  4. Our next Village Board Meeting will be held on Monday, January 27th at 7 pm in the Maybrook Government Center.


Mayor Dennis K. Leahy