Village of Rhinebeck REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL for Professional Engineering Services Village of Rhinebeck Water and Sewer System Evaluation November 2019
PLEASE BE ADVISED: The Village of Rhinebeck will be holding a special informational meeting regarding the Water Distribution Improvement Project starting on December 9, 2019 on Livingston Street, and any other business that may arise. Additional meetings for Chestnut, Platt and Montgomery will be held in the future. The meeting will be on Tuesday November 26, 2019 at 6:00pm at the Rhinebeck Village Hall, 76 East Market Street, Rhinebeck.
SNOW ORDINANCE prohibits overnight parking on the RHINEBECK VILLAGE STREETS between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from NOVEMBER 15TH, 2019 through MARCH 31ST, 2020.
OFFENDERS WILL BE ISSUED A TICKET.
By order of the RHINEBECK VILLAGE POLICE……
2019 Final Assessment Roll
Yard Waste Pick Up
Brush and Yard Waste Removal Pickup Schedule:
North of East/West Market (including East/West Market) - 1st & 3rd Monday
South of East/West Market - 2nd & 4th Monday
§ 38-2 Annual collection of yard waste materials.
Materials compiled in the process of a normal spring/fall yard cleanup of property in the Village shall be collected by Village collection crews. Spring cleanup will be conducted on a continuous basis between April 1 through May 15 of each year. Fall cleanup will be conducted on a continuous basis between October 1 and December 1 of each year.
Rhinebeck, NY- November 14, 2019 Village Mayor Gary Bassett signed the contract with David Compagni of Grant Street Construction. To commence construction of the Village of Rhinebeck Water Infrastructure Project. Present at the meeting and in photos were Mayor Bassett, Trustee Neuneker, Supt. Of Public Works Fenton, Chief Water Dept. Operator Alix, Villages Engineers Stantec Engineering and KC Engineering, Dave Compagni President and staff of Grant Street Construction. Also present but not in photo Village Clerk Coon. The Village will be holding a special meeting on November 26, 2091 at 6:00 regarding the project, but focusing on the Livingston Street construction.
The Village of Rhinebeck is a special place and making it an Autism Supportive Community is a natural fit. We are leading the way for other communities as we are the first “Autism Supportive Community” in the region in partnership with Anderson Center for Autism and a grant from the Thompson Trust Foundation. From my first meeting with Anderson Center for Autism to talk about the concept I was in and in all the way. We formed a committee made up of community leaders to make our vision a reality. What does this mean, it means that as a Village, we promote understanding about autism and provide support through engaging, training and educating the community. And we want to make certain that individuals with autism and their families feel comfortable and welcome here. SEE THE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/365427206
Mayor Gary Bassett
The Village of Rhinebeck and Anderson Center for Autism are thrilled to announce that we've both received designation as the Best Autism Awareness Collaboration in the Hudson Valley, thanks to Hudson Valley Magazine's Best of the Hudson Valley 2019 poll! Be on the lookout for the upcoming edition of Hudson Valley Magazine to learn more, and help us continue our good work by visiting andersoncenterforautism.org/ASC, where you'll find inspiration to do make YOUR business, organization, or community more inclusive as well! #1Thing can make a big impact! #BestOfTheHudsonValley #Autism #AutismAwareness #AndersonCenterForAutism #1in59 #Rhinebeck #HudsonValleyMagazine #HudsonValley