NOVEMBER 30, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,293 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 137 active cases and the case load increased by 61 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/30/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 25, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,232 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 116 active cases and the case load increased by 6 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/25/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 24, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,226 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 114 active cases and the case load increased by 19 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/24/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 23, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,207 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 105 active cases and the case load increased by 32 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/23/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

November 19, 2020

Dear Neighbor,

As Westchester County continues to see a rise in Covid-19 cases, I am urging residents to remain vigilant and practice the proper behaviors to help stop the spread. We do not have the luxury of ignoring the warnings of the increasing advance of Covid-19 infections.

The County has released new flyers and PSAs in English and Spanish aimed at ensuring residents still understand the serious stage of the pandemic we are in. As we see new Covid-19 spikes in communities with large Spanish speaking populations, it is imperative we reach these residents in the most impactful manner.

Please check out and share these flyers and PSAs – spread the word not the virus.

In English:

Wear a Mask PSA

New School Rules: Face Masks

In Spanish:

PSA COVID-19 SPANISH NOVEMBER 2020

COVID 19 Information in Spanish

Below you will find the flyers reminding residents of the importance of following Covid-19 safety protocols.

We are all in this together – and that is exactly how we will come out of this.

Stay safe,

George Latimer
County Executive

NOVEMBER 20, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,175 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 93 active cases and the case load increased by 11 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/20/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 19, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,164 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 85 active cases and the case load increased by 6 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/19/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 18, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,158 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 79 active cases and the case load increased by 6 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/18/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 16, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,146 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 73 active cases and the case load increased by 27 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/16/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 13, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,119 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 58 active cases and the case load increased by 6 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/13/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

November 12, 2020- NY Governor Imposes Harsher Restrictions on Bars, Restaurants and Gyms

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this afternoon that beginning on Friday, all State Liquor Authority bars and restaurants in the state will have to close by 10 p.m. In addition, all gyms must now close by 10 p.m. Restaurants will be allowed to have outside food pick-up only after 10 p.m.

The other restriction announced by the governor in response to rising COVID infection rates and hospitalizations, caps parties at private residences to no more than 10 people. This restriction mirrors rules imposed by surrounding states. The new regulations go into effect on Friday, Nov. 13 at 10 p.m.

The governor also reported that Port Chester has been moved from a yellow to a more restrictive orange COVID microzone. The statewide COVID infection rate on Tuesday was 2.9%. A total of 21 people died from the coronavirus yesterday, bringing the pandemic total in the state to 26,026. READ THE FULL PATCH STORY.

 

COVID Cases Rising Sharply in New York State

On Monday, New York State had more new positive coronavirus cases than on any single day since May 1. In addition, hospitalizations were at their highest level since mid-June.

New York's daily COVID-19 numbers, released Tuesday and based on tests processed Monday, were at or near six-month highs, including: 3,495 new COVID-19 cases, the highest mark since 4,663 tested positive May 1, 1,548 current COVID-19 hospitalizations, more than at any point since June 16 (1,479) and 32 deaths, which pushed the state's cumulative total to 26,005 confirmed COVID-19 deaths

"While we may be tired of COVID, it is not tired of us," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement Tuesday. "It's clear that COVID fatigue and a lack of compliance leads to viral spread, so it's more important than ever that as we prepare for winter." READ THE FULL MIDDLETOWN TIMES HERALD RECORD STORY.

 

Regional News

Westchester CE Latimer Proposes Tax Cut Despite COVID Pandemic

With a backdrop of rising coronavirus cases in Westchester County and New York State, Westchester County Executive George Latimer has proposed a tax cut in his 2021 Operating Budget plan.

The County Executive on Tuesday proposed a $1-million tax cut for the second year in a row. The budget, thanks to $168 million in COVID-19 CARES Act funding and Families First Funding, offset lower sales tax revenues due to the pandemic. The budget maintains all county services. The $2.091-billion county operating budget is $15.7 million below the 2020 budget. Among the highlights of the 2021 budget include an additional $5 million for economic development programs, $5 million for housing assistance programs and $2 million for food insecurity.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said, “This year has been extraordinarily challenging. Despite these challenges, we as a county have remained resilient and I have no doubt that working together we will emerge from this crisis stronger than before.” READ THE FULL REAL ESTATE IN-DEPTH STORY.

 

Please continue to check for updates on HGAR.COM COVID-19 RESOURCES.

Stay safe and stay well.

Sincerely,

Richard Haggerty, HGAR CEO

NOVEMBER 12, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,113 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 53 active cases and the case load increased by 10 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/12/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 10, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,103 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 48 active cases and the case load increased by 10 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/10/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 9, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,093 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 43 active cases and the case load increased by 17 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/9/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 6, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,076 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 31 active cases and the case load increased by 3 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/6/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 5, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,073 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 31 active cases and the case load increased by 4 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/5/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

NOVEMBER 4, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,069 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 27 active cases and the case load increased by 0 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/4/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.

November 2, 2020- UPDATE FROM TOWN SUPERVISOR LINDA PUGLISI

In the Town of Cortlandt since the beginning of the pandemic the Town has had 1,069 COVID-19 positive cases. As of today there are 31 active cases and the case load increased by 12 (Please refer to the map below). The information we are providing to our community comes directly from Westchester County government. This is how the numbers will be reported going forward. Once again, the number listed above is for unincorporated Cortlandt and does not include the Villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson. The unincorporated portion of the Town is everything outside of the Villages of Croton and Buchanan. That equates to 30 square miles and 32,000 people. Please abide by the Governor's guidelines to stay safe in order to prevent this virus from spreading. Thank you.

CLICK HERE for the 11/2/20 map with the most recent COVID-19 cases noted.