Cedarhurst village suspended all meter enforcement and the alternate side parking rule through March 28. "All other laws and regulations, such as blocking a hydrant, double parking, parking in a crosswalk, bus stop, loading zone or handicapped spot, etc., will be enforced," Mayor Benjamin Weinstock said.
He signed Mayoral Emergency Order No. 2 on March 18 ordering Village Hall and the village Department of Public Works facility closed to the public amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Cedarhurst will continue what is described as essential services and each department head will evaluate the services that are considered to be essential and the needed employees to provide the services.
Any village employees providing essential services can work from home or Village Hall. All personal must comply with safe distancing, sanitize their work spaces, including phones, computers and any other office equipment that is touched. Non-essential employees could either work from home or be on standby if needed.
The Village Justice Court has been closed by state order. Judge Andrew Goldsmith will continue to provide court services as directed by the state.
Metered parking in the village’s parking fields is suspended. All other violations will be enforced. All on-street metered parking rules and other violations will be enforced.
All hearings and meetings for Cedarhurst’s Board of Zoning Appeals and Architectural Review Board are postponed until further notice.