The property that hosted Woodstock ’94 can be yours for $10.7 million
The railroad has been struggling for over a year to obtain permission from the town to move its trains from the Ulster County-owned tracks to its own property between Station Road and the Esopus Creek on the edge of the hamlet of Phoenicia. Neighbors oppose the move.
Moments after he was allowed to dismiss his attorney in an effort to withdraw from a plea agreement, community activist and alleged gun trafficker Ismail Shabazz blasted his new attorney in court on Tuesday, Jan. 17 as a “bad lawyer” and a “snake.”
Deputies and Detectives of the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office are investigating an incident that occurred at the Sam’s Point Preserve
Architect Andrew Wright hopes to build a destination hotel that could serve as an anchor to the neighborhood’s burgeoning tourist sector.
A few are smashed or upended each year, then the questions begin: was it the plow or flying snow? Was the mailbox securely attached to a solid post, or held fast to a rotten post by a single Eisenhower-vintage bolt?
A “hate free” Hudson Valley is defined as: “a Hudson Valley where an attack on one vulnerable community is an attack on all vulnerable communities; a Hudson Valley where sanctuary policies that protect immigrants from deportation, access to driver’s licenses for all immigrants, investment in public education instead of mass incarceration, and other measures that choose solidarity over hate are realized.”
The letter argues that the plan, which would raise the price for on-street parking from 50 cents to $1 per hour and for the first time begin charging 75 cents an hour to park in city lots, would do more harm than good. Low-income workers and apartment dwellers would be unfairly burdened, businesses will lose both patrons and employees and visitors would be deterred from visiting Uptown and take their money elsewhere.
The new structure will be significantly wider, with no overhead superstructure and a new sidewalk, affording motorists and pedestrians alike a clearer view of the scenic falls.
Eight residents of Washington Avenue, including a senior city official, are suing the city, claiming that their homes suffered serious damage from efforts to fix the massive sinkhole that left the street closed to traffic for more than four years before it was finally filled in late 2015.