With a few small tweaks to the coaching staff, a slight adjustment to the offense game plan and the a new defensive scheme, head football coach Dominic Zarrella of the Saugerties Sawyers is optimistic.
The village says residents generally comply with code requiring neat and tidy lawns.
Village trustees say the newly paved road is exacerbating the speeding problem. Lowering the speed limit, painting a center line and increasing police patrols have been suggested.
Heavy rains dumped nearly four inches of rain in 20 minutes, causing damage, but no interruption in service.
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A contractor damaged a line at a Rt. 32 gas station in May, causing a spill that contaminated several local wells, including the nearby Comfort Inn, which had to distribute bottled water to guests. The leak was discovered by a DEC inspector who, during a routine inspection, smelled gas while using the restroom.
Nutrients such as fertilizer washed downstream or material washed out of poorly working septic systems upstream feed the algae. Should the blooms invade the swimming area, the beach will be closed.
Work will begin in the fall or next spring.
The Saugerties Stallions have stepped up their broadcasting game this year.
A number of Saugerties baseball players were recognized by the New York State Sportswriters Association for their play this year.