The tree will be the centerpiece for the Holiday in the Village celebration on Sunday, Dec. 3.
It’s going to be an interesting year for the Saugerties Lady Sawyers’ basketball team. The team will have no seniors, and will be led by a handful of juniors who have been playing together since fourth grade.
Saugerties High School boys’ basketball coach Mike Tiano thinks it’s important that his players have game on the court. It’s even more important for him that they have game in the classroom.
In the coming weeks, the so-called zombie house at 508 York Street in the Malden section of Saugerties will be torn down.
Phil Brown will take over for Dominic Zarrella, who is stepping down after 23 years of coaching.
It was the best game they’ve played all year. It was also the Sawyers’ last game of the year. It took the Saugerties Sawyers football team eight games to come together to play a complete game on offense, defense and special teams. But they did it.
Town officials say even with the raise, chief Joe Sinagra would be paid less than other area police chiefs, and the raise wouldn’t cause the budget to exceed the state’s 2 percent tax cap.
The process for addressing so-called “zombie houses” is long and drawn out. Saugerties wants to speed it up.
More than 70 members of the various Saugerties fire companies and Diaz Ambulance Service attended a recent town board meeting to support of a resolution that will charge housing developers additional fees to help cover firefighting and ambulance service costs.
Is there or is there not enough parking in the village of Saugerties business district? Talk to residents, business owners or elected officials, and parking definitely is one of the major complaints you hear.