If a Railroad Avenue resident wants village water he will have to pay for it himself because it would be too costly for the village to pay for it, said Michael Hopf, Water Department superintendent.
The property that hosted Woodstock ’94 can be yours for $10.7 million.
The course is designed to teach officers how to recognize a person having a mental-illness episode or identify someone with a mental illness, and how to deal with that person.
Bisignano spent the last three years restoring a 1952 Ford F1 pickup truck, one of 19 vehicles in the nationwide contest. The only way to win is through online votes.
“I want us to continue to work with as many organizations as we can to help market Saugerties to improve economic development, especially along Kings Highway.”
A top goal to convert the village hall to solar power.
The plaintiffs had argued that the project, owned by HITS President Tom Struzzieri, had been approved without sufficient consideration given to traffic and noise concerns. Saugerties Mayor Bill Murphy, applauding the ruling, said the village is looking into ways to have the plaintiffs pay the village’s legal costs.
Helsmoortel cited the planned Holiday Inn near the Thruway, town water in Malden, natural gas on Kings Highway, work on a new Hudson River park, and assistance with the Vertis building were all mentioned.
“It’s been a great year in the village. Things are getting done.”
The town, village, the school district, the Boys and Girls Club and Family of Woodstock teamed up a number of years ago to honor local kids for doing the right thing.