Mayor Dwyer’s Column
From the GWL Mayor’s
By Jesse Dwyer
O&R to Pay for Paving in WTW
Several months ago, our DPW Superintendents and I met with O&R to discuss the possibility of bringing natural gas to WahTaWahPark. The work will begin soon and O&R has agreed to pay for the paving of the entire roadway where work is being done, rather than simply repairing the small strips where the pipes are laid. This will be a great thing for WTW on two fronts. We thank O&R for their commitment to our community and providing outstanding services to our residents.
Teen Night at the Beach
This year GWL will host its teen night on August 21 from 6-9pm. The beach will be open to swimming after hours for local teens who can also hang out and listen to music at our beautiful waterfront park. This event is sponsored by the Greenwood Lake Coalition.
The harvester has been operating in full swing for the past two weeks. A lot has been accomplished and our fingers are crossed in the hopes that no more issues arise with the harvester. Thanks to the GL Commission for paying for the work that is being done to maintain our lake.
Upcoming Summer Concerts at the Beach
• Fri., Aug. 17, at 7:30 p.m.: Come Together, a Fab. Beatles Show
• Fri., Aug. 23, at 7:30 p.m.: Out of the Blue
• Sat., Aug. 24, at 7:30 p.m.: Gaelic Cultural Society Presents Irish Night at the Beach