South Nyack Election Results:
Mayor Bonnie Christian – 2 year term
Trustee Nancy Willen – 2 year term
Trustee Catherine McCue – 2 year term
The Historical Society of the Nyacks Armchair Talks
“Exploring the History of South Nyack”
Presented by Asha Paulose
Nyack Library – Wednesday, November 20th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Valley Cottage Library – Thursday, November 21st, 2:00 – 3:30 pm
Explore South Nyack’s rich history! Journey back to the late 1800s to visit how life was. Take a digital walk down South Broadway to see all of the Old Victorian Homes surrounding the area. Visit some of the famous artists and authors that lived in South Nyack including Carson McCullers, Julian O. Davidson and Mortimer Borne. Learn more about the new South Nyack Trail and take a sneak peek at the 2020 Walking Tour Season.
Mayor’s Meet & Greet/ Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Public Outreach Meeting:
Saturday, November 23rd, 9:00 – 10:30 am
South Nyack Village Hall
282 South Broadway
“Stop by and say hello; and enjoy a cup of coffee and a doughnut! In addition, meet Jeff Domanski of Joule Assets, our Community Choice Aggregation Program Rep.”
The Village of South Nyack is joining a “Community Choice Aggregation” (CCA) Program to bring cheap, 100% renewable electricity supply to our residents and small businesses. By pooling demand within the villages of South Nyack, Nyack and Upper Nyack, and the Towns of Orangetown and Clarkstown, this new CCA program uses economies of scale to negotiate a supply contract on behalf of residents. Come and chat with the CCA program representative to find out more about how the seamless move to cheaper, 100% renewable energy will benefit our village and reduce our carbon footprint.
Did you know?
The benefits of leaving leaves in place:
As in years past, the Village encourages residents to mulch their leaves on site, to supplement curbside leaf pickup. This Climate Smart initiative involves composting leaves in place rather than trucking them to a yard waste facility.
Two simple steps help keep the leaf nutrients in your gardens:
Spread leaves on garden beds and under shrubbery.
Use a mulch mower to shred leaves on lawns.
Leaves left in place make a fine natural fertilizer, are a natural soil builder, and act as free, natural mulch. Leaves also provide necessary habitat for the over-winter pollinators such as bumblebees, butterflies and moths. Keeping leaves in your garden reduces the carbon footprint of collecting and transporting them to a yard waste facility.
Considering the many benefits of keeping leaves in place, we hope you will join in this important initiative towards becoming a more climate smart community.
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