Two born-and-raised Lloyd boys, Jeff Paladino (R) and Fred Pizzuto (D), are hitting the campaign trail in a bid to win the position of town supervisor.
For years the New Paltz-based CareMount Medical office was located at a small, cozy office in the Village, just off the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail and within walking distance of several downtown shops. The problem, according to CareMount officials and the office staff, was that there was no room to expand in the 2,100-square-foot site, and very little parking for their patients.
Minnewaska State Park and the Mohonk Preserve have both been moving at a steady clip to keep up with new parking areas, trailheads and various construction/renovation projects that are underway to meet the needs of an ever-increasing outdoor recreation population.
The weather was certainly shining on the Hudson Valley as more than 300 people gathered in New Paltz to take part in the third annual Climate Solutions Summit this past Saturday, just two days before world leaders were slated to gather at the United Nations for a global climate summit.
Hundreds of people, led by students, flooded the streets in downtown New Paltz this past Friday, demanding swifter action to address the rising tides of climate change.
It’s time for a quarter-century playground revival, and the Village needs all hands on deck from September 25 through 29.
“I went from exterminating them to marveling at them,” says Chris Harp of New Paltz. “They taught me.”
The Survival of the Shawangunks is arguably one of the most grueling and unusual triathlons in the world.
Due to some helping hands and major machinery, six acres of new soccer fields are currently being built at the Field of Dreams off Libertyville Road in New Paltz for the town’s youth recreation league.
Former Town of Lloyd building inspector Fred Riley has made it his mission to fix the crumbling roof of the First United Methodist Church of Highland on Vineyard Avenue almost single-handedly. This house of worship was built in 1869 and has long served as the centerpiece of the hamlet. Having weathered many a storm, and at least three roofs later, the church steeple was about to collapse before Riley stepped in and decided to do something about it.