With the Government Efficiency Steering Committee voting in favor of a coterminous government for New Paltz, the ball is now in the hands of the town and village boards to see or not to see those recommendations through.
The leaders at the helm of village and town, mayor Jason West and incoming supervisor Susan Zimet, are at odds in the race to consolidate. During her campaign for supervisor -- a position that she held for two terms 15 years ago before losing her third term and then becoming a county legislator -- Zimet supported consolidation.
She said that prior to serving as . . .
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