Each day, Patch provides the nuts and bolts of local happenings with our five-part local dispatch.
1) Nyack Public Schools will hold the second of three information sessions regarding the $26.4 million bond referendum 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Nyack High School. Read more here.
2) The Village of Piermont is applying for grant money from FEMA to pay for flood prevention infrastructure and is asking property owners in the village to provide information about their losses related to previous disasters. The village will hold a workshop from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Piermont Village Hall to answer questions and help property owners fill out the forms. Read more here.
3) Not ready to say goodbye to summer weather just yet? Today should suit you just fine with high temperatures in the '80s.
4) What does a (partial) federal government shutdown mean for residents of the Lower Hudson Valley? Find out on Patch.
5) And the other giant national event of yesterday coinciding with government shutdown was the launch of Obamacare's healthcare exchange options. Are you confused as you trying to navigate the system? More info here.