November 24, 2014
A WORD OF THANKS TO OUR ENTIRE ORCHARD PARK COMMUNITY
Together we lived through an unprecedented storm and we survived. Thank you residents of Orchard Park for your patience and understanding during this most difficult week. Working together, neighbor helping neighbor, we certainly lived up to our motto: "the Town of Good Friends."
On display was the dedication to our community by members of our police department who worked diligently to keep us safe, the public safety dispatchers and town employees who formed a "phone bank" to answer the overwhelming number of calls for help and advice which we received; the members of our highway department who worked long shifts, sometimes in blinding snow, in an attempt to keep our roads open; our local fire departments whose members stood by to handle emergency situations and deliver food and medicine to those stranded in their homes; and our town emergency services team which met regularly throughout the storm, planning and coordinating operations.
A sincere word of thanks to each and every one of you. We had not one storm related death in our community. For that fact alone, we can all feel very blessed.
Dr. Patrick J. Keem
GARBAGE PICKUP WILL RESUME REGULAR PICKUP ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014
There will be a panel discussion regarding the recent storm at 7PM on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 before the regular Town Board Meeting which will now begin at 8:00 PM. The discussion will be led by key administrators and will take place in the Municipal Building Board Room. Members of our community who have questions related to the incident are encouraged to attend.
DUE TO THE LOSS OF TREES DURING THE STORM THE TOWN HAS RESUMED BRUSH PICKUP UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Further information related to these articles can be in the Contracts, Reports, and Studies section.
2014 Final Assessment Roll - Street Order
September 22, 2014