All schooling in Ulster County will be conducted remotely at the start of the school year, and that poses “a tremendous hardship on working parents,” according to New Paltz deputy mayor KT Tobin, because schools have become a default child-care service. With no locus of responsibility to organize the needed help, Tobin is one of a group of community members trying to step into that gap . . .
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