The Village Board meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM in Woodbury Village Hall - 455 Route 32, Highland Mills, NY. Agendas are set prior to each meeting and posted here. Meeting minutes are prepared following each meeting and are available in hard copy at the Village Office in the Firehouse or electronically.
The Village of Woodbury Board of Trustees performs executive and legislative duties for the Village. Responsibilities include authorizing the expenditure of public funds, appointments to the Planning and Zoning Boards, the adoption of local legislation including zoning, in accordance with New York State Village Law. By law, the Village Board assumed responsibility for all planning and zoning functions in Woodbury on June 1, 2007. Additional responsibilities taken on by the Village were decided upon by agreement with the Town of Woodbury, and are documented in the Intermunicipal Agreement between the Village and Town Boards.
Village Board Members
I. Administrative Business:
a. Acceptance of Minutes
b. Approval of Abstract
c. Appointment of MEO’s
d. Fire Department Membership
e. Fire Department Equipment Requests
II. Old Business:
a. Acceptance of Bids – 2020 RAM 1500 Quad Cab
III. New Business:
a. Liquor License Notification
b. 2019/2020 Snow & Ice Agreement
c. Resolutions – WIIA Grant Submission
d. Resolution – SEQRA Review for New Well Supply
e. Resolution – 17FORWARD86 Support
IV. Public Comment
V. Board Member/Department Head Comment
Hard copy of documents can be obtained from the Village Clerk's office.
Documents of Interest
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Stormwater Management Notification
Portions of the Village of Woodbury are designated as MS4 areas. This is an EPA designation for "municipal separate storm sewer systems" for conveyance of rainwater. These systems typically consist of curbs, gutters, streets, ditches and storm drains. Rainwater flows from city hardscape (impervious land cover such as asphalt and concrete) into these systems; it then travels into streams, lakes and rivers.
The MS4 designation applies to communities that meet the EPA's criteria based on U.S. Census Bureau urbanized area statistics.
A portion of the Village of Woodbury (Town initially) was designated as an MS4 community in 1999 when the EPA implemented Phase II regulations (communities under 100,000 populations). The Village then obtained required discharge permit coverage under a State Pollutant Discharge Permit issued by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. This permit requires the Village satisfy six principal measures regulated under the law. One of these is to provide educational opportunities to the public to understand impacts from stormwater and how to improve storm water quality. The following links provide detailed information on this program.
The Town Engineer's annual report with the state DEC in connection with stormwater management please is available here for viewing: