The Town of Pleasant Valley has an open part time position for an Assistant to the Bookkeeper. Interested candidates should send their resume to: email@example.com or drop off at the Town Hall. Experience with bookkeeping a must. Duties include but not limited to: helping with payroll, entering bills, answering the phone. General familiarity with the use of EXCEL and Word required. Knowledge of KVS accounting systems a plus.
The Town of Pleasant Valley is seeking a volunteer for the Zoning Board of Appeals. There is one meeting per month, as needed. The Zoning Board of Appeals reviews applications for a variance to our building code and decides on the validity of same. The Term is through 12/31/2024. Interested parties should contact the Pleasant Valley Town Clerk at (845) 635-3274.
Bower Park will be closed until Spring due to vandalism.
Sometime between Saturday, October 6th and Tuesday morning, October 9th, Bower Park Soccer Fields [off of Ravine Road] were vandalized. Damage has rendered these fields unusable for at least the remainder of this year. Anyone with information relating to this incident is requested to contact the Town of Pleasant Valley at:
1554 Main Street
Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
Mark E. Figliozzi
Supervisor, Town of Pleasant Valley
Zoe Spagnoli was Crowned Miss Pleasant Valley 2018 on July 28th 2018 in ceremonies held at Pleasant Valley Weekend events.
Zoe Spagnoli, age 6 from Pleasant Valley lives with her Mom, Maura and her Brother, Xavier. She loves to Dance and write books, which all start with “The”. The Flying Tacos and The Crying Apple are just two of the many books Zoe has written. She is very happy to be Little Miss Pleasant Valley and is very excited about riding in the sleigh with Santa during the Festival of Lights Parade and crowning the new Little Miss next year.
The existing G-Line was built in the 1930’s. The purpose of the rebuild project is to replace deteriorated electric transmission infrastructure which has reached the end of its useful life in order to provide enhanced storm hardening and reliability. The rebuild will take place within the existing 150 foot wide right-of-way, and the right-of-way will not be widened. The location of the line, which is presently located 25 feet from the western boundary of the right-of-way, will be moved 25 feet in an easterly direction to be 50 feet from the western boundary to lessen risk of storm damage to the line and risk of outages.