TAX BILLS - AVOID PENALTIES
Please be aware that tax bills are mailed out January 1, 2015. Due to the increasingly poor workings of our postal system, if you have not received your tax bill by January 10th please call the Town Clerk's office at 679-2113 x 14 or x 324 for the Tax Collector, and request your tax information. Penalties apply after January 31st, regardless of the situation with the postal service.
Ulster County Youth Employment Program
NEED TO MAKE MONEY? NEED HELP FINDING A JOB? NEED TRAINING?
The Ulster County office of Employment & Training is open to youth ages 16-21. Call today for eligibility requirements!
Janet Rigaux or Faith Golden @ 340-3170. Visit the website at www.UlsterWorks.com/youth
Employers - take advantage of this program and hire a dedicated employee today; one who is paid through the county Youth Employment Program.
WOODSTOCK YOUTH CENTER
HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE
Donations of Non-Perishables and Basic Necessities
We are asking for Donations from now until the end of the year
All Monetary Donations Should Be Made To
The Good Neighbor Food Pantry
Youth Center hours for drop off:
Tuesdays through Thursdays 3 PM to 8 PM
Fridays, 3 PM to 10PM
Saturdays, 1 PM to 10 PM
Sundays, 2 PM to 8PM
Thank You in Advance for Your Support and Donations
ROAD CLOSING September 9: West Saugerties-Woodstock Rd/County Rd. 135
The Ulster County Department of Highways & Bridges will be replacing the short span bridge on West Saugerties-Woodstock road which carries the road over a tributary to the Sawkill Creek. They will begin the removal and replacement of this structure on September 9, 2014.
Traffic may use West Saugerties-Woodstock Road south 0.60 miles to Glasco Turnpike, Glasco Turnpike east 1.10 miles to NYS Route 212, NYS Route 212 north 3.80 miles to BLue Mountain Road, Blue Mountain Road north and west 3.30 miles to West Saugerties-Woodstock Road, West Saugerties-Woodstock Road south 4.0 miles to the point of closure.
Yerry Hill Bridge Capacity Downgrade
7/21/2014: The New York State Dept of Transportation after inspection of the Yerry Hill Bridge has established a weight limit of 10 (ten) tons. Contact Mike Reynolds, Woodstock Highway Superintendent, 679 2805 for any additional information.