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Agawan Hospitality Group’s long review by the town planning board seems to be coming to a close. The group’s extensive plans for a Glasco location include a 129-seat restaurant, 60 cabins, a large garden area for growing food for the restaurant, an artist’s studio and a horse-riding stable.
Starting at about 10:30 p.m., Main Street will be closed between Partition and Market streets. Music will be provided by DJ Riley Cornelison, and the Saugerties High School senior class will be selling hot chocolate.
SAGE awards honor Trevor Brodie, Shaun Sussman, Ashley Pettengill and David Henkel.
Improved signage won’t prevent every accident involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian, but it would reduce the number of such tragedies. That’s what Dinah Neals, whose brother died after being struck by a truck four years ago, told the Saugerties village board.
The Lamouree-Hackett American Legion Post 72 held its traditional Veterans Day commemoration last Sunday, November 11 at the traditional 11 a.m. start time.
The sidewalk portion of the project came in under budget, but the curbing pushed costs above what the village has available.
The Tidewater Center for the arts, sciences and local history, which would incorporate an aquatic classroom for river education; staging areas for citizen-science projects; a meeting hall and performance space; public access for tidewater fishing; a waterworks playground, and finally a kayak launch and way station for local travelers.
A revision of the village of Saugerties drug testing policy prompts a suggestion from a resident.
Riding bicycles in the village is technically against the law (you’re supposed to dismount and walk the bike). “If we have to then we’re going to start taking bicycles away from people and issuing summonses,” said Police Chief Joseph Sinagra.