BaseCamp is located at Benton Corners in Gardiner at the intersection of Bruynswyck Road and Route 44/55.
A group of entrepreneurs and social justice advocates believes it is poised to become Woodstock’s first recreational marijuana dispensary once the state opens applications for licenses for such facilities.
Saugerties Central School District Business Manager Jane St. Amour recently detailed a potential $12.5-million budget gap by 2026 as part of a long-range financial projection presented to the Board of Education.
After nearly a year of discussion, adjustment of plans and hearings, Catskill Terraces, a ten-lot subdivision on 88 acres has received conditional final approval from the Town of Saugerties Planning Board.
It’s time to teach kids in the New Paltz Middle School a skill that is new to many of them: how to use a locker. Those icons of life in public school have been off-limits since students have returned to the halls, because no one was sure how to keep the little ones six feet apart during that chaotic period between classes. The answer will be tight-fisted control over who gets to what lockers, and when.
Woodstock Library officials are hoping for a February 15 referendum as to whether they can borrow the money — that is, bond for the funds — that will allow them to buy and renovate and then move to what will be the former Miller/Howard Investments building at 10 Dixon Avenue in Bearsville.
Residents of the towns downstream from the Ashokan Reservoir voiced their complaints November 18 at the Frank D. Greco Senior Center in Saugerties to New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) officials about the brown water that has fouled the Esopus Creek over the past few years, and of flooding that they thought the reservoir’s dam was supposed to prevent.
A self-service car wash in Saugerties that has no regular employees doesn’t need bathrooms, according to a developer who hopes to get approval and a zone change for his car wash.
Opinion was divided on a set of new regulations that make a provision for cannabis-related establishments amongst larger zoning changes that officials say will bring more continuity to zoning regulations across the Town of Saugerties.
A family will get a second chance at approval for their dream home after three of the four Planning Board members who voted against a special use permit agreed to walk the property with an expert and discuss ways to build amid alleged illegal clearcutting in the Scenic Overlay District.