The Blue Moon Cabaret will be answering charges stemming from prostitution arrests on January 20, town police chief Joseph Snyder told police commissioners last week.
The popular restaurant has been closed for some time. “It will almost be a new building” when all is said and done.
The group’s leader accused the board of favoring landlords over tenants.
Robert Lucchesi, second-in-command at the New Paltz police department, will soon be FBI trained.
A large project including a CVS pharmacy and Five Guys restaurant proposed for the area has prompted renewed scrutiny of what’s permitted in that part of town.
The change will make voting quicker, though it has its downsides.
“It will serve healthy locally-sourced sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps, ‘bowls’ and the like. As with their other location . . . overall, a business plan similar to Main Course. The New Paltz location will be open later than Poughkeepsie, will have outdoor seating and is likely to serve beer and wine.”
Neighbors of the NBR, which includes the stretch of North Chestnut Street from Broadhead to BOCES, were taken aback when they realized that its tenets include allowing buildings up to 50 feet in height, prompting the requested review.
All entries in the chili challenge had to use at least five local ingredients.
Rescuers would have to be listed in a registry, provide notification to neighbors in advance of setting traps, maintain records on all animals apprehended for six months and wait at least ten days before euthanizing any animal ensnared.