Bisignano credits the residents of Saugerties for giving him the win the contest.
The town board has approved a 40-year agreement between Saugerties and the New York State Thruway Authority to provide water to the Malden service area.
Colby Amell, Saugerties’ wrestling team’s lightest member at 99 pounds, will be representing the Sawyers in the state wrestling tournament on February 24 and 25 at the Times-Union Center in Albany.
The Saugerties village board has rebuffed a proposal to close a portion of Main Street every Saturday from the middle of spring to the middle of fall for the Saugerties Farmers’ Market.
Saugerties town government has come out in opposition to the Pilgrim Pipelines.
The Republican councilman had challenged Greg Helsmoortel years ago, and after an amicable relationship on the board together, was widely expected to run after Helsmoortel stepped down.
The Saugerties boys’ basketball team had one of its best and most satisfying games against Marlboro before 500 fans in the Saugerties gym Monday night.
New statistics for 2016 show considerable improvement.
A theme has been chosen for the annual Saugerties art-in-the-streets celebration. The sculptures will be childhood favorite rocking horses, said Saugerties Chamber of Commerce co-chair Peggy Schwartz, owner of Town and Country Liquors.
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.