While it’s way too simplistic to blame the drugstores for this epidemic alone, they make a lot of money in our towns on prescriptions. It would have been nice of them to proactively intensify their good corporate citizenship and volunteer to do this, but they haven’t.
On Wednesday, May 24, the Hudson River Maritime Museum and the state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation played host to a visit from a delegation the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The plan is to take a 115-year-old steamboat which once plied the Great Lakes and transport it at some point in 2018 from Buffalo, where it is now, on a barge via the St. Lawrence Seaway down the East Coast to New York City and up the river to Kingston.
Tony’s Pizzeria on Broadway was pretty nicely packed on Monday, March 27 as the Kingston Land Trust held a gathering to present its new executive director, Julia Farr, and to rally itself for the year ahead.
Ulster is the only “net carbon-neutral” county in the state, said Hein, in which “100 percent of our energy does come from renewable resources, and nobody else is even close.”
Some suggestions and resources for the loyal opposition.
A man born into fabulous riches and sporting the über-elite stylistic sense of Louis XVI is now the working people’s hero.
There seems to be no firm idea of how much moving the court to the Business Resource Center, or for that matter how much fixing up its existing Lucas Avenue digs, will actually end up costing.
History, both local and global, is full of examples of public officials letting the public down. But here in Ulster County and specifically in both the City of Kingston and the Town of Ulster, the public has been excellently served by those responsible for drawing up next year’s budgets.
We have, of course, seen child-driven mass hysteria in American history before: the Salem witch trials.