The partners behind the project believe it will fill a critical local need: affordable, convenient, utilitarian space for entrepreneurs and businesses.
51 Main Street, a building which briefly had a Facebook group renamed in its joking honor as the “New Paltz Rectangle Appreciation Society,” may become a usable building yet.
New Paltz shade tree commissioners have been upping their game in recent years in the way they expend their budget for street trees.
The plan pitched by Janelle Peotter and Amanda Gotto of the New Paltz Climate Smart Task Force calls for more electric vehicles in the village ﬂeet, ﬁnishing the conversion of street lights to light-emitting diodes and cutting energy consumption in the water and wastewater treatment plants especially.
There is a change coming to how electricity is supplied in New Paltz, and it is expected to bring down the cost and the carbon footprint for nearly everybody in town.
A camera-use policy is necessary as officers prepare to use them while on duty. The policy, which will be used as training on the technology begins, will lay out when cameras may or should be turned off, how recordings are secured, and who may view them and under what circumstances.
The new owner of the former Village Tearoom property at 12 Plattekill Avenue wishes to convert the home on the New Paltz property to a “boutique lodging facility” dubbed The Vanderlyn.
Developers want to turn the former Moxie Cupcake building into a first-floor restaurant with a two-story boutique hotel with a rooftop deck and a view of the Ridge.
Friends, family and supporters celebrated the release of Luis Martinez at Unison on Sunday after a judge found problems in the paperwork that led to his detainment.
The first ascent into Grinds & Grains, the coffee and cereal bar, now open upstairs at 3 Church Street in New Paltz, can feel a bit overwhelming.