Before the Landau Grill, and its closing this past October after 22 years in business, what stood at 17 Mill Hill Road was the Woodstock Pub.
And what is a “crazy bowl,” you ask? The focus of the menu is on “bowlz” of either rice, noodles or salad, topped with a protein of the customer’s choice and accompanying ingredients offering either Mexican or Asian flavors, the final product remaining true to its origins or becoming a pleasing combination of the two.
‘You’ve got people turning a garage, a little shed into a rental. You’ve got glamping…It’s really out of control…’
The Ulster Town Board last week cleared the path for the proposed Cypress Creek Renewables/Landau Creek Solar project to move forward, citing a negative declaration of environmental impact after developers responded to concerns from the public.
Town officials plan to introduce two electric vehicles to its municipal fleet in 2019, one for the police department and the other to the water and sewer department. The decision was spurred by rebate opportunities offered by the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA); due to a grant from the DEC last year, Saugerties’ electric car charging stations are free for users until October of 2019.
In October, a New Paltz resident was detained by ICE on his way to court for a local offense. A New Paltz Town Board member is proposing a law that would prevent ICE from making arrests on town property without a judicial warrant.
The College Diner recently closed after many years of feeding folks in New Paltz.
The Wurts Street Bridge, which connects the City of Kingston to Port Ewen and beyond, is expected to be closed to traffic beginning Monday, December 17 through February 1, 2019, while crews perform maintenance operations, the state Department of Transportation announced this week.
Boces head Charles Khoury said this week that as many as 18 candidates have begun the application process, with interim superintendent Lawrence Mautone ready to throw his hat in the ring after serving as deputy superintendent in Saugerties for the past five years.
Drones with thermal cameras will be used to try to locate leaking underground water and sewer piping.