The Woodstock Town Board voted unanimously to set a cap of 340 short-term rentals for the remainder of 2019 and will limit units in 2020 to the number registered by the end of this year.
Saturday, Aug. 10: While the focus this year is on the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair on Max Yasgur’s farm in Bethel, what gets lost in the shuffle is the struggle the town of Woodstock endured in dealing with an influx of people after the music was over.
The 88th Annual Woodstock Library Fair was not without its drama this year when a group opposed to a planned new building displayed their own alternatives and criticisms.
In a nod to the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair, The 88th Annual Woodstock Library Fair goes Back to the Garden July 27.
Woodstock Meats has been a fixture in the community for 55 years and it plans to carry on that tradition amid the trend of butchers disappearing from large grocery chains. Since 1964, The Mill Hill Road store has attracted longtime customers with knowledgeable staff and quality products.
As officials sort out how to proceed with the consideration of permitting for renovations at the former Woodstock Lodge, some neighbors wanted assurances from the Woodstock Town Board that their concerns are being addressed.
Woodstock Library trustees delivered on their plans to present a 2020 spending plan with no tax increase, mostly through the application of surplus funds and adjusting items that have come in under budget in the current fiscal year.
Woodstock Library trustees may present voters with a zero tax levy increase if it uses its surplus funding from prior years and finds cuts in other places.
Early results show Woodstock Democrats opted to keep the status quo in the June 25 primary, placing Councilwoman Laura Ricci and Councilman Reggie Earls on their line for the November 5 general election.
“The topography of the area that makes it beautiful makes it difﬁcult to get cell coverage.”