MONTICELLO — The Office for the Aging will temporarily transition to appointments-only for the next few months, starting February 6, due to an expansion of their quarters in the Government …
MONTICELLO — The Office for the Aging will temporarily transition to appointments-only for the next few months, starting February 6, due to an expansion of their quarters in the Government Center.
“We’ll continue to handle phone calls and emails like we always have, but we won’t be able to accept walk-ins without an appointment,” explained Office for the Aging Director Lise-Anne Deoul. “I ask for the public’s patience as we transform our cramped offices into an expansive, welcoming, ADA-accessible space in the months to come. It will be worth the wait!”
Phones (845-807-0241) are answered by a County employee between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, and voicemails can be left at other times. Emails are welcome anytime, including to the general mailbox of firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be answered as quickly as possible.
“We’ll continue to be responsive to the people we serve,” affirmed Division of Community Resources Commissioner Laura Quigley. “In fact, that’s exactly why we’re undertaking this renovation and expansion. With a more professional, accommodating and confidential space, we’ll better meet the needs of everyone who walks through our doors. Till then, though, please call ahead for an appointment!”
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