Paul Hansut faces one opponent intent on unseating the incumbent as Lloyd town supervisor this year, Fred Pizzuto.
One-term incumbent New Paltz Town Supervisor Neil Bettez faces two challengers to his reelection bid; both his town council colleague Marty Irwin and longtime activist and gadfly MaryAnn Tozzi will also each be on the ballot.
Forays into the newest potential site for a joint municipal center — the Gateway building on North Chestnut Street — have led to more tension and more split votes at the New Paltz Town Board table.
The park opens the “majesty of the Hudson” to all, and by encouraging tourism lends itself toward a “more sustainable community,” said a state lawmaker.
Is there still a place for public access television in a time when most anyone can record and post a video to a wide audience online?
After an environmental review process that swallowed up four years, New Paltz Town Planning Board members began to review the site plan for the CVS project last month. Board members pressed for various concessions, but met resistance which has become the standard refrain from consultants hired to push the project forward.
The law could require a certain percentage of new homes to be priced affordably, according to a formula based on median income.
The rail trail bridge spanning the Wallkill near Springtown Road in New Paltz has been closed since July. A new causeway was delivered last week.
Considerably more people in favor of the black-box theater, recently dubbed “the Denizen,” showed up for the second session of the public hearing on the proposal than did the last time.
The sun shining down from a clear blue sky illuminated Hasbrouck Park in New Paltz like a flaming metaphor last Saturday afternoon, as people gathered for the first annual Recovery Fest.