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Street repairs and milling will commence on Friday, August 21st for the following streets, and so there will be no parking on them: First Street from Seaman Avenue to Scott Avenue (Route 150); Hudson Street; Seaman Avenue from Boltwood to North Main Street (Route 9J).
It’s the annual tradition that everyone loves. Make sure to sign up to be listed on the map so that everyone knows where you are and what you’ve got for sale. It’s free to sign up. Participants in this year's Garage Sale must practice social distancing and wear masks, as outlined by New York Forward.
As of yesterday (July 18), there are 34 residents of Riverside Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing who have tested positive for COVID-19, as well as 18 staff members, 10 of whom are County residents (and a few of those are town residents). Please wear a mask, observe social distancing, and practice good hand hygiene.
Initially, New York State had postponed all village elections which were to take place on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 to Tuesday, April 28, 2020. Extenstions due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) have further pushed village elections back to June 2020. It was later postponed again until September 15, 2020. If you are concerned about being in public due to the coronavirus but would still like to vote in the village election please contact the Village Hall at (518) 732-2211 ext. 3 to make arrangements to receive am absentee ballot. If you have already completed an absentee ballot and returned it to the Village Hall it will be honored and counted on election day.
To the residents of the Village of Castleton-on-Hudson:
What was once a news story about a virus happening somewhere else, COVID-19 is now here in the capital region. I want to share with you what you can do to protect yourself and let you know what measures we have taken in the Village to help keep residents safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the NYS Department of Health website, these simple steps can help stop the spread of this and other respiratory viruses:
-Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
-Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
-Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
-Stay home when you are sick.
-Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
-Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
The Governor announced as part of the “social distancing” COVID-19 mitigation strategy that occupancy levels allowed in public meeting spaces will be cut in half at 5:00 PM on Friday 3/13. This change effects the capacity for the indoor Farmer’s and Artisan’s Market that is held at the Fire House. It’s disappointing to me but out of an abundance of caution to reduce potential transmission we decided to cancel this event. You’ll find the Market at the corner of Scott and Main once the season begins again.
The most active public space managed by the Village is the Castleton Public Library (CPL) at the Village Hall. Melissa Tacke, the Director of the CPL, has instituted many safeguards and cleaning protocols to keep patrons and residents safe:
-CPL staff will disinfect commonly used hard surfaces twice daily.
-The library's interior front door will remain open during business hours to eliminate a common touch point.
-All toys have been temporarily removed from the children's area and will remain in storage until further notice.
-CPL's weekly Early Literacy Playtime is cancelled until further notice.
-Staff will look up patron accounts to minimize touching of physical library cards.
-Staff will clean and disinfect all hard surfaces before and after any library programs.
-Food/drinks served at library programs must be in pre-packaged, pre-portioned servings.
-All food preparation programs are cancelled until further notice.
-Library programs held in the Community Room will be limited to 8 or fewer participants at a time.
-Signage encouraging proper handwashing is posted in the restroom.
-Signage regarding general health practices is posted on the front door of the building.
-CPL will follow the guidance and actions of government (federal, state, county, town/village), local school districts, and the Upper Hudson Library System in determining whether any of the library's modes of operation shall be temporarily changed in response to health concerns.
Hope that this helps everyone understand the precautions we have taken. Stay safe!
Robert Schmidt, Mayor, Castleton-on-Hudson, NY