August 22, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Board Of Ethics To Meet

The Putnam County Board of Ethics will meet on Tues., Sept. 4, at 10am. The meeting will be held in the conference room of the Putnam County Personnel Dept., 110 Old Route 6, Building #3, Carmel. For more information call 845-255-0860 ext.1105. More...

CPR Class For Healthcare Providers

Alamo Ambulance Service, an affiliate of Vassar Brothers Hospital, will offer a CPR instruction class for healthcare providers on Sunday, September 23. More...

State Police Makes Clear Policy On Contributions

In response to several public inquiries, New York State Police Superintendent James W. McMahon advises state residents that neither the State Police, nor any agency authorized by it, ever solicits public donations. More...

State Health Commissioner Urges Personal Mosquito Protection County testing finds no indication of virus in Putnam

Now that the first human case of West Nile virus this year has been reported in New York, people should continue to be very careful and protect themselves against mosquito bites, State Health Commissioner Antonia C. Novello, M.D., M.P.H., Dr.P.H. More...

Free Mental Health Information

The Mental Health Association in Putnam County, Inc. (MHA), through a grant from the Gannett Foundation, is pleased to offer a free brochure each week on a different mental health topic. This week More...

Police Report

New Britain, CT-After an investigation by the Sheriff More...

Peekskill Hollow Road Construction Advisory

The Putnam County Dept of Highways has advised that road construction commenced August 21st on Peekskill Hollow Road/County Road #21 in the Towns of Kent/Putnam Valley Between NYS Route 301 and Taconic State Parkway. More...

TALK OF OUR TOWN

Its time to finish up all those summer projects/trips you wanted to do, or put them off (again) till next year. Our annual harbinger of the school year, the listing of bus runs, will be printed in next week, classes start in just 2 weeks!! More...

AHA Home Tip How To Hire A Mover

Americans are just mad about moving. Studies show that the average American lifespan includes about 11 moves. More...

Is Your Child’s Backpack Making The Grade?

Physical Therapists give the A-B-C More...

Governor Cites Five Companies For ‘Do Not Call’ Violations

Governor Pataki has announced that five companies have been cited for apparent violations of New York State More...

BOCES Board Word Session/Business Meeting

A board work session and business meeting of the Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) will be held at 4:30pm September 6 in the Board Room of the School Services Building on BOCES Yorktown campus. More...

Walk To Fight Hunger

In preparation for Putnam County More...

Annual Chess Tournament At John Jay Homestead

John Jay Homestead State Historic Site and the Max Pavey Chess Club will hold the annual John Jay Homestead Chess Tournament on Labor Day, Monday September 3. More...

County Sanitary Code Revised Requiring Septic Installers To Be Registered

The Putnam County Board of Health has adopted revisions to the Putnam Sanitary Code requiring that the installation and repair of all subsurface sewage treatment systems (SSTS) be performed by installers registered with the Putnam County Department o More...

Project R.A.P. Educates Teens

Project R.A.P. (Responsible Actions Program), is a twelve-week peer health education program which focuses on high risk behaviors of youth. More...

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