New Paltz’s leaders feel like this could be the year that $10 million in “downtown revitalization initiative” state funds are awarded to a Village project.
Kathleen Schneck-Suma has been appointed as the new Assistant Principal at New Paltz High School. She joins the District from Ketcham High School in the Wappingers Falls Central School District, where she served as the Assistant Principal for three years.
Monika Cowley’s consultants will be reporting back to their client that going through the Town of New Paltz’s Planning Board will not expedite the building of a house along the private Colton Lane.
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Some of the people who rent out property in the Village of New Paltz are slowly coming to terms with a proposed law that would force them to renew leases for tenants except for “good cause,” which would include circumstances such as moving in a family member, or tenants breaking lease rules or local laws.
Last week, the New Paltz Village Planning Board approved the scoping document for the New Paltz Apartments project, despite concerns raised that too few members of the public weighed in during what some believe is the most important public hearing for a project of this magnitude.
Village of new Paltz officials have been asked to take another look at the community food refrigerator idea, because it’s going to need a different location if it’s going to come into being.
The campus of the Mountain Laurel School in New Paltz continues to grow. School leaders have purchased the property at 7 Innis Avenue, and now they have secured Village of New Paltz Planning Board approval to renovate the house into classroom and art studio space.
Leaders at the Woodland Pond senior enclave in New Paltz are testing the waters with the idea of adding three more cottages.
New Paltz Village Board meetings will be held remotely for the foreseeable future, it was decided at the September 8 meeting. With only 55% of eligible New Paltz residents vaccinated and coronavirus cases on the rise, trustees believe this is a necessary step.