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VFH 6-15-2020 Outdoor Dining Statement
Today our community can enter NYS Phase 1 reopening and Flower Hill is ready to assist our residents and business owners. Under the Phase 1 reopening construction, agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, curbside/inside retail pick up, manufacturing, and wholesale trade can reopen under certain conditions. Our Village is prepared to help you RESTART and the team has prepared a resource page on our website to help you understand the reopening plan and provide additional resources. Call our team at 516-627-5000 or email INFO@VillageFlowerHill.org for assistance. Please remember that this reopening does not mean the Coronavirus threat is over. The public still needs to continue to follow face mask requirements, social distancing, and other safety protocols. BUSINESS REOPENING RESOURCES Flower Hill Construction Phase I Resources Page: (LINK) NYS Phased Reopening Guidance: (LINK) NYS-Frequently Asked Questions: (LINK) NYS Regional Metric Dashboard: (LINK) Phase II guidance: https://forward.ny.gov/phase-two-industries ECONOMIC SUPPORT RESOURCES Nassau County Small Business Loans: (LINK) US Small Business Administration: (LINK) Apply for NYS Unemployment: (LINK) HEALTH RESOURCE LINKS NYS Coronavirus Self Assessment Tool: (LINK) NYS Coronavirus Testing Site Search Tool: (LINK) Nassau County Department of Health COVID-19 Positive Tests Map: (LINK) New York State Coronavirus Update Sign Up: (LINK) CDC: (LINK) … Read more
During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, all contractors must follow the construction guidelines developed by the New York State Department of Health.Attached are links for the following documents: *Interim Guidance for Construction Activities During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/ConstructionMasterGuidance.pdf *Construction Guidelines for Employers and Employees https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/ConstructionShortGuidelines.pdf *All contractors are required to adhere to the guidelines and prepare a written Safety Plan. Use the template provided. https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/NYS_BusinessReopeningSafetyPlanTemplate.pdf The contractor will be responsible to instruct all workers on a building site to follow the Safety Plan. No work shall be permitted unless the Safety Plan is on site and available to the Building Inspector. Failure to comply with the guidelines and safety plan by any work being done on the site may be subject to a Stop Work Order and summons.
Dear Residents: We hope all of you are well, and that you remain so as we continue through this crisis. As we are sure you are aware, the Governor has issued a series of Executive Orders restricting the workforce that is permitted at any work site. New guidelines have been issued pertaining to construction work. While these guidelines have not been put in place by our Board, we wanted to make you aware of them to make sure any difficulties can be avoided. For the purposes of our Village, under these guidelines if construction work is being conducted on your property it must be halted unless it fits in one of the following categories: (1) the construction is essential because it involves a project necessary to protect health and safety of the occupant; (2) a certain portion of work at the site must be completed before closing the site because it would be unsafe to close the site otherwise, or (3) the work is being conducted by a single worker, who is the sole employee/worker on the job site. Please take steps to halt projects as required unless they fit within one of the three categories listed. Failure to … Read more
March 25, 2020 Dear Village Residents: Over the past week, our everyday reality has changed dramatically. I have seen a lot in my lifetime, so it is not every day that I say we are in uncharted waters, but we are. You are all aware that the state, county, and town have all declared a State of Emergency in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We must all do our part immediately to reduce the spread of this virus. I would like to take a moment to first thank the doctors, nurses, emergency personnel and many others who are putting their lives and the lives of their families at risk by responding to this crisis. All residents should be self-isolating themselves and their families by limiting interactions with others and keeping at least 6 feet between you and others. If you feel ill you should stay home and contact your doctor. Note that you can have the virus without exhibiting symptoms and thereby pass the virus on to others, further emphasizing the need for self-isolation. Even if you feel fine, you can put others at risk. I beg you to follow the rules to help protect others: your neighbor who … Read more
VILLAGE HALL IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CALL (516) 627-5000 FOR APPOINTMENTS WE ARE OPERATING WITH REDUCED STAFF AS PER GOVERNOR CUOMO’S ORDER If you are dropping off plans or applications please use the mail slot at the bottom of the door. If your plans are too large for the slot leave at the door and phone the Office. Village Staff will call you to confirm receipt. Future meetings of the Architectural Review Committee, Zoning Board and Board of Trustees may be subject to cancellation or alternative meeting formats. Check our web site or phone Village Hall for updates about these meetings.
The playground and sports courts at the Park will be closed until further notice to help stop the potential spread of Cornoavirus. The field and walking paths will remain open but we want to remind all visitors not to gather in groups and maintain safe distances. Some varieties of Cornoavirus are known to live on surfaces for several days according to the World Health Organization. We apologize for the inconvenience but it is more important for all of us to heed the advice of medical experts and protect public health.