The next movies in Newburgh’s 2016 Movie Series* are coming up this Friday, July 29 and July 30.
Friday’s movie is The Rookie at Delano Hitch Park and Saturday’s movie is Zootipia at Crabb Park. Movies start at 8:30 p.m. Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy some outdoor time while watching a movie under the stars.
*Funded through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, Community Development Block Grant.
Fireworks will light up the City of Newburgh skyline on the night of July 4th. The fireworks display will be launched at the People’s Waterfront Park (former Consolidated Iron site -adjacent to Gully’s restaurant), on Monday, July 4th, at approximately 9:00 p.m. Rain day Tuesday July 5th.
Events will begin at 12 noon at UNICO Park. Artist/Vendor space is available for $50 on a first-come, first serve basis. For more information contact: Naomi Fay at 569-7301 or Deputy Mayor Regina Angelo at 565-5429 orwww.cityofnewburgh-ny.gov .
The schedule is as follows:
12 noon-9:00 p.m. Vendors and Artists on the River
7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.- Music by Dr. Magneto
9:00 p.m. (approximately) Fireworks
Washington’s Headquarters Grand Celebration – Noon to 3:00 p.m.
Through Different Lenses/ Views from Two Centuries: The rooms of Washington’s Headquarters didn’t always look as they appear today. This special tour visually transports you back in time to the early days at this first historic site in the nation. Special Tour $5 per person. Regular museum admission free today due to the generosity of Regina Angelo, Deputy Mayor of Newburgh. For more information or directions call 845-562-1195
I am looking forward to seeing all of you for one or all of the Ward 1 Community Meetings.
Ward meetings are a great opportunity if you cannot attend work sessions or council meetings to catch up with me and meet some of your neighbors. We have many things that are taking place in the City of Newburgh and I am looking forward to hearing from you.
The City of #Newburgh is releasing an update concerning the quality of our drinking water. According to the State Department of Health, the City’s water supply, which comes from Washington Lake, has never had PFOS contaminate levels above the recommended limits of 200 parts per trillion. The measure has been at 140 parts per trillion. To be on safe side, the City water supply has been switched to Brown’s Pond which has no PFOS contamination. However, that change necessitates water conservation recommendations since Brown’s Pond is a smaller body of water. Please continue to use the following guidance for water usage until further notice:
A press conference will be held in the Council Chamber of City Hall at 1:30 today, Tuesday, May 3, to update the press and the public concerning the quality of the City of Newburgh’s drinking water. Also, to update on future steps to permanently resolve the problem.
Above taken from Press Release From Mayor Kennedy released via email at 11:53am.