Update on Governor Cuomo’s Cluster Action Initiative

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New City, NY, – County Executive Ed Day announced that the Governor’s Cluster restrictions will take effect at 12:01 AM, Friday, October 9, 2020. “We are awaiting further details from the Governor’s Office related to the New York State Police…
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Election Day Bonding for Roads

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On September 15th, the Village residents will be voting on a bond issue for the Village of Montebello.  This bonding issue will be used exclusively for road reconstruction within our village.   The current bonding proposal will allow us to…
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Storm Warning

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The Village has participated in a conference call with Orange and Rockland today regarding the remnants of Tropical Storm Laura.  As the storm passes through our area, O&R is anticipating possible outages tomorrow from the impact. Please make sure your…
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Test of the Indian Point Sirens

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There will be a test of the Indian Point sirens in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Orange Counties on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, at approximately 6:00pm.  This sounding is only a test. If there were an emergency at the nuclear power plants,…
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Respond to the Census Now

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S Census Bureau had extended Census operations until the end of October to ensure time for residents to respond and to enable Census enumerators to go door-to-door to count those who have not yet responded. However, with the Census Bureau’s recent deadline change to September 30, less time is now available to get an accurate count.

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Message from the Mayor

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Dear Montebello Residents: It has been a trying and exhausting week for all our residents who have had no electric, internet and communications for their homes as well as having streets blocked off from down trees and wires. The storm…
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Statement: Storm Damage

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Rockland County has once again been a victim of severe weather with an unexpected turn of Tropical Storm Isaias bringing damaging wind instead of the heavy rain which was forecast. The damage done in the hours when Isaias moved through our area is devastating and is second in my mind only to what we suffered during Superstorm Sandy.

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