Father Cahill told his new parishioners of his plans to organize social activities and spiritual groups, such as a church choir.
A fund drive was organized. The action of the Board was final unless a sufficient of dissenting property owners petitioned for a referendum. In August,a committee of church members met to discuss a proposal to build a new church. Plumbing and heating had been installed. There is no application for this scholarship as a Franklin high school committee selects the recipient. In October,an alarm box located at the intersection of Toronto and Sullivan Ro was repeatedly vandalized, disabling the box.
Councilman Carl Gaebler was the guest speaker at the dedication ceremony. Music was provided by Frank Woran's band, and the dance floor was one of the largest in the County. The victim was revived.
Puttnam was proceeding, and tiles were being laid to channel the water that was running through the site. Summerfield announced that preferential mail moving within Putnam, Westchester, and Dutchess Counties in New York, and Fairfield County, Connecticut, would be delivered in one day.
Philbin as pastors. Samuel Ross from Green Chimneys School. Construction on the new firehouse proceeded rapidly including some weekend work, with many of the Department volunteers supplying part of the labor.
The Rev. The project included the drainage and sightline improvements recommended by the Board. As the Lake community grew, more space attletic needed. The Mission Church of the Sacred Heart, built in the mids. With the Lake as the center of recreational gun in the community, The Putnam Lake Fire Department has had to respond to emergencies caused by drowning incidents, which is possibly why the of ambulance calls exceeded fire calls in The change in deation, however, actually benefited Putnam Lake customers.
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George Swartz reed! ers of the petition argued that the Lake community was under assessed, and that the Town of Patterson was spending more tax money in Putnam Lake than in the rest of the Town.
Schlump enlisted the help of Brewster postmaster Jack Larkin in an effort to find a business in Putnam Lake willing to host a postal substation. Inonly lookinh saw increases. Additional litigation followed at the end of October, and ended up before the Supreme Court in White Plains.
In July,the Putnam Lake Fire Department became the second fire company in Putnam County to own a lime green fire truck, rather the traditional red. Arthur Smadbeck died on September 6, Mail heading north would be picked up by the Patterson Post Office, and mail heading south would bypass the Grav Post Office and be sent to Brewster. He was 84 years old. County Board of Supervisors member Ralph Outhouse, who was the Patterson Town Supervisor, stated that he needed more information before rendering an opinion on the petition effort.
Jean McGough operated the substation, which offered sales of stamps and money orders, and accepted outgoing mail. The petition included a proposed map of a new Patterson, which excluded the Putnam Lake Community. The first newspaper advertisements for the new Putnam Lake community appeared in the summer of A new post office was built inlocated on Haviland Drive across from the fire house.
Their first developments were in the early s, and were located ofr railroad stations. Thomas of Canterbury, Cornwall-on-Hudson, fub the Rev.
On June 29,Francis Cardinal Spellman presided over dedication ceremonies for the new church and parish. All houses in the Town would be ed starting at a road's intersection with a main road, with the s lookig progressively from that starting point.
The Warwick Bros. Sacred Heart then moved its services into the Hance residence, which had been purchased from the Hance estate along with seven acres of Hance property by Father Joseph Heaney, on behalf of Sacred Heart. Lookinf petition was ed by qualified Town voters from the portion of Patterson outside of Putnam Lake.