NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
TOWN OF PLEASANT VALLEY
The Town of Pleasant Valley is soliciting Proposals (RFP) for a qualified Utility Audit Consultant for the Town of Pleasant Valley.
The Town Board of the Town of Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, New York will receive sealed proposals until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 30, 2017. Specifications for this request may be downloaded here or obtained from the Town Clerk, 1554 Main Street, Pleasant Valley, New York 12569.
Dated: March 9, 2017.
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD
BY: MARGARET HART, TOWN CLERK
The Town of Pleasant Valley wishes to honor residents currently serving in active military or active military reserves by displaying a picture of the resident with their branch of service depicted on an “Honor Wall” in the Town Hall.
Pictures [8 1/2 x 11] can be dropped off at the Town Clerk’s office, 1554 Main Street, or by emailing a file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE INCLUDE NAME, RANK AND OPERATING BASE.
Thank you Mary Beth Muir and Rich Canero for your work and dedication.
These are the maps for the Realignment of County Route 72 (North Ave.) at the intersection of Hurley Road in the Town of Pleasant Valley. The project is begin in the Spring of 2017 with completion set for late fall early winter. Detailed plans and drawings are available at the Town Clerk’s Office or at the Dutchess County Department of Public Works, Engineering Division.
If residents have any questions they can contact Gregory Bently, Engineer for Dutchess County Public Works at 845-486-2925.
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.
In New York State people and black bears often find themselves living in the same areas. With frequent encounters nearly inevitable, it’s good to know how to keep those encounters safe and enjoyable for you and the bears.