30May
30May

Senior Movie Day Blooming Grove Senior Center

30 May, 2024 AM 1:00 — 30 May, 2024 AM 4:59   
Senior Movie Day Blooming Grove Senior Center
Event summary
Senior Movie Day 1:00 PM RSVP by April 16
Event details

Senior Movie Day 
1:00 PM 
RSVP by April 16

Popcorn & Soda will be Served 

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    30 May, 2024 AM 1:00 — 30 May, 2024 AM 4:59
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27May
27May

Memorial Day

27 May, 2024 — 27 May, 2024   
Memorial Day
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Memorial Day Town Offices Closed
Event details

Memorial Day
Town Offices Closed 

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    27 May, 2024 — 27 May, 2024
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22May
22May

Planning Board Meeting 8:00 PM

22 May, 2024 PM 8:00 — 22 May, 2024 PM 9:00   
Event summary
Planning Board Meeting 8:00 PM
Event details

Planning Board Meeting 8:00 PM

03-27-2024 PLANNING 

 

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    22 May, 2024 PM 8:00 — 22 May, 2024 PM 9:00
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21May
21May

Town Board Meeting 7:00 PM

21 May, 2024 — 21 May, 2024   
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Town Board Meeting 7:00 PM
Event details

Town Board Meeting 7:00 PM

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    21 May, 2024 — 21 May, 2024
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15May
15May

Planning Board Work Session 7:30 PM

15 May, 2024 — 15 May, 2024   
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Planning Board Work Session 7:30 PM
Event details

Planning Board Work Session 7:30 PM 

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    15 May, 2024 — 15 May, 2024
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15May
15May

CAC Meeting 7:00 PM

15 May, 2024 — 15 May, 2024   
Event summary
CAC Meeting 7:00 PM Blooming Grove Senior Center
Event details

CAC Meeting 

Agenda

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    15 May, 2024 — 15 May, 2024
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14May
14May

Public Hearing All sTiles

14 May, 2024 PM 7:01 — 14 May, 2024 PM 7:30   
Event summary
Public Hearing All sTiles Special Use Permit Application
Event details

Public Hearing All sTiles
Special Use Permit Application 

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    14 May, 2024 PM 7:01 — 14 May, 2024 PM 7:30
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14May
14May

Town Board Work Session 7:00 PM

14 May, 2024 — 14 May, 2024   
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Town Board Work Session
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Town Board Work Session 

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    14 May, 2024 — 14 May, 2024
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08May
08May

ZBA Regular Meeting & Work Session

08 May, 2024 PM 7:00 — 08 May, 2024 PM 8:00   
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ZBA Regular Meeting & Work Session
Event details

ZBA Regular Meeting & Work Session

 

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    08 May, 2024 PM 7:00 — 08 May, 2024 PM 8:00
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07May
07May

Joint Public Hearing Town & Planning Boards

07 May, 2024 PM 7:01 — 07 May, 2024 PM 7:02   
Event summary
Joint Public Hearing Town & Planning Boards Trestle Tree Warehouse Special Use Permit, Site Plan and Architectural Review
Event details

Joint Public Hearing Town & Planning Boards 
Trestle Tree Warehouse Special Use Permit, Site Plan and Architectural Review

AGENDA

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    07 May, 2024 PM 7:01 — 07 May, 2024 PM 7:02
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07May
07May

Town Board Meeting 7:00 PM

07 May, 2024 — 07 May, 2024   
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Town Board Meeting 7:00 PM
Event details

Town Board Meeting 7:00 PM

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    07 May, 2024 — 07 May, 2024
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04May
04May

FREE RABIES CLINIC

04 May, 2024 AM 10:00 — 04 May, 2024 PM 12:00   
FREE RABIES CLINIC
Event summary
FREE RABIES CLINIC LASSER PARK 10:00 - 12:00 PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Event details

FREE RABIES CLINIC 
LASSER PARK 10:00 - 12:00 
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

Call Town Clerks Office Monday - Friday

845-496-5223 ext. 2

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    04 May, 2024 AM 10:00 — 04 May, 2024 PM 12:00
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06May
03May

Orrs Miils Road Closure

03 May, 2024 PM 10:00 — 06 May, 2024 AM 5:00   
Event summary
Road Closing Notice: County Road 20 (Orrs Mills Road) Friday May 3 at 10:00 PM until Monday May 6 at 5:00 AM
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Road Closing Notice: County Road 20 (Orrs Mills Road) Friday May 3 at 10:00 PM until Monday May 6 at 5:00 AM

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    03 May, 2024 PM 10:00 — 06 May, 2024 AM 5:00
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03May
03May

Blooming Grove Seniors Ice Cream Social

03 May, 2024 PM 12:30 — 03 May, 2024 PM 2:00   
Blooming Grove Seniors Ice Cream Social
Event summary
Blooming Grove Seniors Ice Cream Social Come sit with friends and enjoy some ice cream
Event details

Blooming Grove Seniors Ice Cream Social 
Come sit with friends and enjoy some ice cream

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    03 May, 2024 PM 12:30 — 03 May, 2024 PM 2:00
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03May
03May

Mobile DMV Town Hall 10 AM - 3 PM

03 May, 2024 AM 10:00 — 03 May, 2024 PM 3:30   
Mobile DMV Town Hall 10 AM - 3 PM
Event summary
Mobile DMV Town Hall 10 AM - 3 PM
Event details

Mobile DMV Town Hall 10 AM - 3 PM

 

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    03 May, 2024 AM 10:00 — 03 May, 2024 PM 3:30
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History and Facts

Blooming Grove Facts: 
Over 35 square miles
Population (2000 census): 17,351
Median Age: 36
Median Income: $74,428

For a detailed, in-depth look at Blooming Grove's Community Profile, please visit ePodunk.com

Communities within the Borders of the Town of Blooming Grove:
The Village of Washingtonville
The Hamlet of Blooming Grove
The Hamlet of South Blooming Grove
Craigsville
Mountain Lodge
Salisbury Mills

School Districts Attended by Blooming Grove Residents: 
Washingtonville Central School District
Monroe-Woodbury Central School District

Fun Facts About our Area:
-The oldest (1839) continuously operating winery in the US is in Washingtonville, NY (The Brotherhood Winery).
-The first butter factory in America was in Campbell Hall, NY (1859)
-Newburgh, NY was America's first electrified city, as Thomas Edison put his first factory there.
-The largest sculpture park in the US is the Storm King Art Center in Mountainville, NY, featuring works from artists around the world.
-'Velveeta' cheese spread (1923) and 'Liederkranz' cheese (1882) were invented in Monroe, NY
-'Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese' was invented in Chester, NY. (1872)
-The largest number (220+) of discount designer outlets in the US is in Central Valley, NYwith 12 million visitors per year. (Woodbury Common Premium Outlets)
-The main runway at Stewart International Airport (SWF) is over 2 miles long (11,818 ft) and is an alternate landing site for the Space Shuttle. New Windsor, NY.
-Bear Mountain State Park has more visitors annually than does Yellowstone National Park.
-The largest living museum in New York State is Museum Village in Monroe, NY.
-The Order of the Purple Heart was established by George Washington in Newburgh, NY (1782).
-The first Registered Historic Landmark (1850) is Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh, NY.
-The United States Military Academy at West Point, NY (USMA) established in 1778.
-The largest Church Organ in the world is at West Point USMA.
-The world's first, and still used, trotting track is in Goshen, NY. (Goshen Historic Track) (established 1838).
-Nearly all trotters and pacers in the US can trace their pedigree to the stallion 'Hambletonian' of Chester, NY. (1849)
-The oldest (1919) continuously operating automobile racing dirt track in the US is the Orange County Fair Speedway, Middletown, NY.
-The Tuxedo dinner jacket originated in Tuxedo Park, an enclosed community developed by Pierre Lorillard, tobacco magnate (Old Gold).
-The daughter of Bruce Price, the designer of Tuxedo Park, NY (1880), and also a resident was Emily Post.
-Stephen Crane wrote his most popular novel, "The Red Badge of Courage" in Port Jervis, NY.
-The oldest carbon dated human settlement in North America (12,500 years old) is found here in Orange County.
-More Mastodon skeletons have been unearthed here than any other place on earth.
-The "Onion Capitol of the World", is found in the black dirt region of Pine Island, NY.

In 1683, the County of Orange, named for William of Orange (King William III, 1650-1702), was formed. In 1799, the residents of the southern part of Orange County petitioned the state and broke off to become Rockland County. Orange County today is almost half a million acres in size and is dotted with dairy and produce farms, orchards, vineyards, horse ranches and bucolic villages set amongst vast areas of woodlands, rolling hills and glacier-carved valleys. There are three cities within the County's borders: Newburgh, on the Hudson River; Port Jervis, on the Delaware River; and Middletown, halfway between the other two.

The County Seat of Orange County, NY, is in the Village of Goshen.

Of the 10 counties named Orange in the US, Orange County NY is the oldest (1683). It is 206 years older than Orange County California (1889), 169 years older than Orange County Texas (1852), 162 years older than Orange County Florida (1824), 133 years older than Orange County Indiana (1816), 98 years older than Orange County Vermont (1781), 69 years older than Orange County North Carolina (1752), and 51 years older than Orange County Virginia (1734).

 

Fun Facts Links:

-Bull Tuthill Deed.pdf