Mayor's Message

Winter Wonders and Winter Woes

Well Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Monday, portending six more weeks of winter. If you're a ski lover, like me, this is good news. On the other hand, for garden lovers the extra six weeks may be hard to take. In any event, there's plenty to look forward to in the coming months. The second annual shortest St. Patrick's Day parade will take place on Saturday, March 14th. The parade begins at The Depot on Millpond Parkway and ends at Bourbon Street Bar & Grill, about 250' away! Last year's parade was a hoot! This year's is going to be even better - a bag piper will be there! In April we can look forward to Clean Sweep and Earth Day on the 25th and on May 24th the Memorial Day parade will take place. The summer concerts will begin on May 31st and every other week thereafter through the end of August. Saving the best for last, the long- awaited farmers' market will open in June.
Good stuff!

James C. Purcell

Mayor

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Living in Monroe - NY Times

Adopted Budget - 2015
Preliminary Budget - 2016
Bond Resolution - Resolution to Amend November 2013 Water Main
Comprehensive Plan - Final General Environmental Impact Statement
MS4 Annual Stormwater Report

3/02 - Board of Trustees Meeting (Monday) at 7pm - Agenda
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3/10 - ZBA Meeting at 8pm - Cancelled
3/11 - Planning Board Workshop at 7pm - Agenda
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3/17 - Board of Trustees Meeting at 7pm - Agenda

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