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Welcome to the Town of Mamakating



ALERTS & NOTICES ARE LISTED BELOW IN RED
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SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION

SCROLL DOWN BELOW FOR THE

QUICK ONLINE REGISTRATION LINK

FEEL FREE TO CALL
THE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
WITH ANY QUESTIONS
845-888-3013

IT SURELY WILL BE A SUPER SUMMER!

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Planning and Zoning Meeting times are directly posted on Departments Page

Please Check the Town of Mamakating Planning & Zoning Page in addition to the
Village's Tabs for any updates.

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Zoning Information is Accessible by following these simple steps:

Click on the top of the Website onto the Tab marked Code Book

Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to Chapter 199 Zoning and Click

Attachments to all Documents are Listed at the Top of the Page

 

For Immediate Release: 5/13/2015

GOVERNOR ANDREW M. CUOMO

State of New York | Executive Chamber
Andrew M. Cuomo | Governor


GOVERNOR CUOMO EXTENDS BRUSH BURNING BAN UNTIL MAY 21

Dry conditions warrant extension to reduce wildfire risks to protect lives and property


Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State has extended the ban on residential brush burning until May 21 due to continued dry conditions across the state. Open burning of debris is the largest single cause of spring wildfires in the state. View the proclamation here.

“State officials have worked hand-in-hand with local firefighters to help contain a rash of wildfires that have broken out across New York in recent weeks," Governor Cuomo said. "With dry weather conditions persisting, I am extending this burning ban to better protect the health and wellbeing of New Yorkers who may find themselves and their property in harm’s way. I urge everyone to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves, their neighbors and the first responders.”

The eastern, central, southern and far northern regions of the state are rated as having a high risk of fire danger, according to the Department of Environmental Conservation. The Southern Tier, Lake Ontario, and Adirondack regions are rated as having a moderate risk of fire danger. Additionally, the red flag warning is a short-term, temporary warning, indicating the presence of a dangerous combination of temperature, wind, relative humidity, fuel or drought conditions which can contribute to new fires or rapid spread of existing fires. This year, 110 fires have burned nearly 3,600 acres.

While all wildfires in New York are now contained, numerous state agencies deployed resources over the past two weeks to help battle wildfires in the eastern New York.

On May 5, Governor Cuomo activated the Fire Operations Center at the New York State Emergency Operations Center in Albany to monitor and assist with a large brush fire in Ulster and Sullivan counties. Assets from the State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Department of Environmental Conservation, the State Police, State Department of Transportation and the New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs coordinated the fire response, including assistance from fire departments in Greene, Schoharie, Delaware and Broome counties. The Roosa Gap Fire in Sullivan and Ulster counties was caused by debris burning and consumed more than 2,700 acres. The fire is now contained. Patrols continue to monitor the site to ensure there are no flare ups.

All trails in the Hunter-West Kill Wilderness area in the town of Hunter, Greene County, are now reopened. The Department of Environmental Conservation closed these trails on May 8 while the Heavenly Valley Road Fire burned over 110 acres.

Since 2009, New York State has enforced a residential brush burning ban for towns with less than 20,000 residents from March 16 through May 14, the period when most wildfires occur. Some towns, primarily in and around the Adirondack Park and Catskill Park, are designated “fire towns,” and open burning is prohibited year-round in these municipalities unless an individual or group has a written permit from the Department of Environmental Conservation. Burning garbage is prohibited year-round. Violators of the open burning regulation are subject to both criminal and civil enforcement actions, with a minimum fine of $500 for a first offense.

Campfires using charcoal or untreated wood are allowed except in the Catskill Forest Preserve. All campfires in the Catskill Forest Preserve continue to be banned through May 21 due to the continued high fire danger as a result of the dry weather conditions. Campfires should never be left unattended and must be extinguished.

Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens said, “Keeping the burn ban in place for an additional week is necessary and prudent. Governor Cuomo’s extension will remind people to remain vigilant and aware of their surroundings. Many of us enjoy the beautiful natural resources we have in New York, and we all play a role in protecting these resources as well as our family and friend’s by preventing fires.”

Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Commissioner John P. Melville said, “We are urging the public to be mindful that during periods of dry weather and gusty winds, brush fires can ignite from anything that can create a small spark. A lightning strike, a discarded match, or even a car backfiring, could cause a dangerous fire. It is important to take precautions to protect our neighbors and our property from situations that can quickly go from bad to worse.”

Since the ban was enacted, the average number of spring fires per year has decreased from 3,297 to 1,425 or 43.2 percent. To view an updated map of fire danger ratings in New York, visit http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/68329.html.

 

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2015 Summer Camp Season

 

CLICK HERE FOR

ONLINE CAMPER REGISTRATION

 

CLICK HERE FOR

CAMP REGISTRATION INFORMATION

FEEL FREE TO CALL
THE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
WITH ANY QUESTIONS
845-888-3013


IT SURELY WILL BE A SUPER SUMMER!

 

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ORANGE & ROCKLAND

HOW TO PREPARE FOR STORMS

If your power goes out during a storm, you'll need to report it immediately.

Use any of our convenient methods:

O&R Web Site: From any computer or mobile device that has Internet access,

go to www.oru.com to submit an online Outage Report Form.

O&R Mobile app: Download our mobile app from your iPhone, iPad or Android device.

Text Messaging: Text "OUT" to 69678 (myORU) and follow the prompts.

1-877-434-4100: Follow the voice prompts.

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April 1, 2015

The Tax Office is NOW Closed

ALL UNPAID TAXES ARE TO BE PAID TO THE

SULLIVAN COUNTY TREASURER

PLEASE CALL AFTER APRIL 6, 2015

FOR THE EXACT AMOUNT & METHOD OF PAYMENT THAT IS ACCEPTABLE

845-807-0200

NANCY BUCK

100 NORTH STREET

MONTICELLO, NY 12701

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Go To The Reciever of Taxes Page

by Clicking on the left hand side bar of this page

or

You can look up your 2015 Tax Bill Here

www.taxlookup.net/mamakating/

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The Town of Mamakating

is now accepting

Credit Cards

for payment in most departments.

A 2.45% Convenience fee charge

will be added to each sale with a minimun fee resulting at $1.75

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TOWN OF MAMAKATING 2015 BUDGET LINKS

(documents can also be found on the FORMS TAB under Supervisor's Office)


*2015 PRELIMINARY BUDGET LINKS*

2015 PRELIMINARY BUDGET PART 1

2015 PRELIMINARY BUDGET PART 2

2015 PRELIMINARY BUDGET

 

*2015 ADOPTED BUDGET LINKS*

2015 ADOPTED BUDGET


*2014 TOWN OF MAMAKATING ANNUAL REPORT*

2014 ANNUAL REPORT

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National Lifeline Awareness

The NYS Department of Public Services (DPS)

support and encourage residents to focus attention on this program

For more Information go to :

http://www.askpsc.com/lifeline/

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TOWN OF MAMAKATING

2015 ETHICS BOARD

Anthony Ciaccio                                              (term expires 12/31/19)                      5 Year Term

Christine Saward                                             (term expires 12/31/18)                      4 Year Term

Patricia Blanco                                                 (term expires 12/31/17)                      3 Year Term

Matthew Migliaccio    (Chairman)                    (term expires 12/31/16)                       2 Year Term

Hannah Prall                                                   (term expires 12/31/15)                       1 Year Term

Sandy Radinsky     (Alternate)                        (term expires 12/31/15)                       1 Year Term

 

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE FORM

 


 

TOWN OF MAMAKATING

MASTER PLAN

 

Comprehensive Plan FIles:

TOM COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN 2001

TOM MASTER PLAN LINK 1

TOM MASTER PLAN LINK 2

TOM MASTER PLAN LINK 3

TOM MASTER PLAN LINK 4 (MAP AVAILABLE WITH TOWN CLERK) TOO LARGE

TOM MASTER PLAN LINK 5

TOM MASTER PLAN  LINK 5A

TOM MASTER PLAN LINK 5B

TOM COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2005 (PDF)

TOM MASTER PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2005 1 OF 5

TOM MASTER PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2005 2 OF 5

TOM MASTER PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2005 3 OF 5

TOM MASTER PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2005 4 OF 5

TOM MASTER PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2005 5 OF 5

Revised Zoning (proposed) files:

Zoning Change Presentation Revision 2

Consistency Report 2015-04-21

Mamakating-Proposed-Zoning-Code-2015-05-14.pdf (new)

Mamakating Zoning Narative.pdf

Mamakating-Proposed-Code-Amendments-2015-05-14.pdf (new)

Mamakating-Proposed-Zoning-Map-Changes-2015-05-14.pdf (new)

Mamakating-Proposed-Zoning-Tables-2015-05-14.pdf (new)

2015 MSR ANNUAL REPORT

 


 

TOWN OF MAMAKATING

GAMING RESOLUTION

PASSED ON FEBRUARY 4, 2014


TOWN OF MAMAKATING MORATORIUM LOCAL LAW #2-14

MORATORIUM LOCAL LAW


TOWN OF MAMAKATING CODE OF ETHICS LOCAL LAW #1-14

INTRODUCTORY LOCAL LAW CODE OF ETHICS

 

TOWN OF MAMAKATING REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY

 

E-911 BUILDING ADDRESS NUMBERING LOCAL LAW - VERSION 1

(Adopted at April 1, 2014 Town Board Meeting / Ammended version with multiple dwellings revision pending)


TOWN OF MAMAKATING


TOWN OF MAMAKATING

INTRODUCTORY LOCAL LAW

SINGLE TOWN PLANNING BOARD FOR THE TOWN OF MAMAKATING AND VILLAGE OF BLOOMINGBURG

LOCAL LAW PAYMENT OF PROPERTY TAXES AND OTHER CHARGES PRIOR TO APPROVALS AND PERMITS

LOCAL LAW ASSESSMENTS OTHER THAN FOR SPECIAL, DISTRICT,ORT LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS

LOCAL LAW PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

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The Town of Mamakating includes a total of 6 School Districts

For your convenience, we have listed the links to each district for easy access

for Snow Closings and Delays within our Town

ELLENVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT

FALLSBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT

MINISINK VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT

MONTICELLO SCHOOL DISTRICT

PORT JERVIS SCHOOL DISTRICT

PINEBUSH SCHOOL DISTRICT

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QUICK LINKS

Gaming Resolution

Moratorium Local Law

2013 Final Assessment Roll

2014 Final Assessment Roll

Rent our Facility Agreement

Rent Our Facility Policies

Youth Recreation Registration Form

2014 DMV Schedule

Zumba Classes

Application for Employment

Sullivan County Government Center

FOR MORE FORMS SEE THE "FORMS" TAB ON THE TOP RIGHT OF THIS PAGE

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TOWN OF MAMAKATING TOWN BOARD

Supervisor

Bill Herrmann

Email: supervisor@mamakating.org

 

 

Councilman

Robert Justus

Term Expires 12/31/15

Email:  robert.justus@mamakating.org

 

 

Councilwoman

Brenda Giraldi

Term Expires 12/31/17

Email: brenda.giraldi@mamakating.org

 

 

Councilman

Matt Taylor

Term Expires 12/31/17

Email: matt.taylor@mamakating.org

 

Matt Taylor

 

 

Councilman

Rusell Wood Jr.

Term Expires 12/31/15

Email: rwoodinc@yahoo.com

 
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