The auction of the sail boats that have graced village streets all summer contained a Cinderella story. Titled “Sailin Around Saugerties,” the annual auction held Saturday, September 14 at the Saugerties Performing Arts Factory raised money this year for the Saugerties Animal Shelter.
Firefighters, police and military personnel in uniform lined up at the Cantine Veterans’ Memorial Complex Wednesday, September 11, to remember and honor the service people — police, firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) ambulance drivers and others who turned out to serve in the aftermath of the terror attack on September 11, 2001 and to mourn the victims.
Is it worth the time and effort? The department superintendent says it isn’t. A village trustee disagrees.
Topics include: Speed indicator on Ulster Ave.; insurance hardball; praise for gas line contractor; bluestone sidewalks; beach weeds are gone.
Kids love animals, and they turned out in force at the Saugerties Farmers’ Market “Farm Animals Day” on Saturday, August 31. Farmers brought their horses, sure, but many small, cuddly animals were also present — kittens and baby rabbits were especially popular.
Topics include: Legion centennial celebration, traffic control issues, bluestone sidewalks.
The coordinator, TV23’s lone paid employee, is doing a full-time job on part-time pay, said a member of the board.
Topics include: Autozone land transfers; new dog groomer on Rt. 212; Kings Highway recycling center; Malden Turnpike subdivision.
Should the developers of a proposed store on Railroad and Ulster avenues be responsible for developing and paying for new traffic controls in the commercial district containing a major shopping plaza and a number of smaller stores?
Village struggles with perennial aquatic weed problem at the beach; problems with kayakers accessing launch; credentials for contractor delay sidewalk work; bluestone sidewalks too expensive?