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Mayor's Corner
by Michael J. Newhard

June 12, 2017



Out and About

Congratulations to Scouts Stuart Davidson, Aiden O’Connor, Myles Ottens, and Kevin McDermott for their achievement of receiving the Eagle Award this past Saturday.

Thank you to the Warwick firemen who organized a wonderful parade on Saturday.  The weather was perfect and over 21 companies came to march through our fair Village.  Special thanks to our Public Works Department who made sure the parade route was spic and span – not a pothole or weed was to be found and for decorating Village Hall with bunting that made our historic building spectacular.  The Village looked beautiful for our guests especially with the red, white and blue plantings by the Warwick Valley Gardeners and Warwick in Bloom. 

Red, White, Blue and every color of the rainbow made for a colorful, fun, pride parade on Sunday.  Hundreds of men and women from throughout the Hudson Valley came out to support the LGBTQ community.  This was an event sponsored by the Warwick Community Center, Safe Space America and the Sesquicentennial Committee.

Whenever there is an activity or parade in our community, our Police Department are there to make the event safe.  Thank you to the men and women of the Warwick Police Department for their great service to our community. 

Coming Up!

This Saturday, June 17th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. will be a Community Health Fair at the Warwick Reformed Church at 16 Maple Avenue.  There will be information in Spanish and English on low cost health insurance, nutrition, exercise, free health and blood pressure screenings and diabetes testing.  There will be giveaways and refreshments.

This event is sponsored by the Reformed Church Hispanic Ministry, the Warwick Citizen’s Action Network (CAN) and will include over 20 state, county and local organizations.  All are welcome to attend.  For more information, please contact Pastor Rolfi Elivio at (845) 986-7536 or Krystal Serrano at (914) 497-1931 or

On Saturday June 17th at 7:30 p.m. Emish will be performing on Railroad Green. 

The next Village Board meeting will be Monday, June 19th at 7:30 p.m. in Village Hall.





The Village is defined by its remarkable Historic District and vibrant business center. The walkable proximity to neighborhoods, parks, downtown and social events offer an experience that can only be found in Village life.