The highly visible business, located next to a gas station on North Chestnut St., will close its doors at the end of the year.
“Honor Flights” are world-class affairs that bring veterans from around the country to Washington D.C. in recognition of their service.
The live theatre will be located next to Water Street Market.
“Communication will be key” among cadres and the district-wide committee, said the district superintendent, who mentioned racial issues specifically.
New Paltz Village planning Board members appeared again poised to approve the Denizen black-box theater plan at their November 9 meeting, but made so many changes to the resolution at the table that it was decided to hold off voting until members could review a cleaned-up copy.
A new lot will be constructed next year as part of a new trail. But there’s some question about whether to allow parking along the road in the meantime.
New Paltz Town Supervisor Neil Bettez easily turned aside challenger Marty Irwin during his first reelection campaign; he will now
After speakers leveled accusations that there are far too many marijuana arrests in New Paltz at a recent town board meeting, and some of them appear racially motivated, town supervisor Neil Bettez came to the joint town-village board meeting last week armed with data.
The parade itself is led by a proud horse, with a skeletal demeanor and a tall rider. The New Paltz Community Band has mastered its version of the “Addams Family” theme, and halfway down another band has joined in with the theme from “Ghostbusters.” As always, spectators join in to march and marchers peel off to seek sugary booty.
Peplow is running on the Democrat and Conservative party lines. Giangrasso is running both as a Republican and on the Lloyd 21st Century party line.