Department of Public Works
Welcome to New Castle! Working for the Town of New Castle has been very interesting, challenging at times, but overall very rewarding. For over 30 years, I have had the pleasure of working with a couple of dozen elected officials who have been very professional and supportive by providing the necessary funds to maintain the quality of life in Town. For example, over 20 years ago, several consecutive town boards enabled us to build our Award Winning, State of the Art Millwood Water Treatment Plant. This provides our residents with the best quality water in New York State.
Gerry Moerschell, Commissioner, Department of Public Works firstname.lastname@example.org
The Town of New Castle’s Department of Public Works maintains the Town’s infrastructure, including coordinating projects with state and county agencies, ensuring the quality of the water you drink, maintaining over one hundred miles of roads, and operating a very successful recycling center. The Public Works Department is comprised of the following units:
• Building and Maintenance
Town of New Castle Senior Programs
Program mission is to promote and enhance the quality of life of adults. 60 years and over living in the community. Activities include lectures, puzzles, poker, ping pong, Mahjong, Spanish lessons, acting classes, and tennis. Occasional outdoor opportunities are available as well. For complete details, visit mynewcastle.org
Take it or Leave it!
The mission of the “Take it or Leave it Shop” is to effect and encourage the re-use of items. The shop is open in the train station parking lot (behind the gas station) on Saturdays from May through November from 9 a.m. to noon.
Examples of acceptable items that are functioning, clean, and gently used are: small, clean and functioning appliances, cookware, furniture (in good condition), kitchenware, dishes and glassware (in good condition), sports equipment, bicycles, toys, games, baby equipment, children’s picture books, ornaments, home repair and gardening tools.
For more info, contact Bill Powers, Recycling Foreman, at email@example.com