A massive development project could bring everything from single- and multi-family housing, a job incubator, public multi-use trails, camping and an amphitheater to Winston Farm, the site of the iconic Woodstock ’94 Festival.
None of the people who spoke against a house for people who have competed recovery from drug or alcohol addiction proposed for 19 Barclay Street in Saugerties spoke against the idea of a facility. They said that the proposed location was not the place for it, asserting that the neighborhood already had more than its share of such facilities.
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.
Topics include: Center for Photography at Woodstock moving to Kingston; Community Café for Woodstock Land Conservancy; Shorts Galore at Maverick Concert Hall; 5th annual Catskill Conquest Rally set for September 25; and more.
Topics include: Call for veteran artists; Metzger appointed to Cannabis Control Board; Saugerties Food Pantry seeks volunteers; and 1-Wall Show at Wired Galley spotlights Lynne Friedman.
Topics include: Trio Kisosen to open Saugerties Pro Musica season; Saugerties Community Band to perform September 26; and Upcoming performances by Arm-of-the-Sea Theater in Saugerties.
Topics include: Highland Elementary welcomes new assistant principal; Applestock is back in New Paltz; Repair Cafe Returns to New Paltz Saturday, September 18; Town of Gardiner mulls legal marijuana businesses; and more.
Topics include: Kingston Tiger Marching Band returns; UC Italian Festival back at Kingston waterfront October 10; Shekere workshop at Kingston Point Beach; Movies with Spirit film series returns September 18 with Soul; and more.
It was a calm, clear morning, much the same as it was 20 years ago as members of the Woodstock Fire Department made their way up Overlook Mountain as part of the 9/11 Stair Climb to pay tribute to those who died on that fateful day and to raise money for the National Fallen Firefighters Association. A group of 14 and some of their children participated in the climb, which is about the same distance up and back as the 110 flights climbed by members of the FDNY on 9/11 as they attempted to rescue people from the North and South towers of the World Trade Center.
“If you were alive on September 11, 2001 it was one of those days you will always remember,” said Saugerties Mayor William Murphy at a commemoration ceremony on Saturday, September 11 at Cantine Field in Saugerties, one of thousands of such ceremonies taking place across the country.