While the Woodstock Town Board is keenly aware of the hardship placed on businesses by tearing up Mill Hill Road this summer, even when limited to nights, it is under a crunch to get it done this year.
Such a community-based installation “enables multiple customers to receive net metering credits from a single solar energy project” and “expands access to solar generation to any utility customers, including renters and customers who cannot install residential solar panels due to poor location, roof conditions [or] tree coverage.”
The board decided to sue the Weeks family for, the town alleges, unlawfully expanding their sawmill onto an adjacent lot. It approved the demolition of an abandoned property at 508 York Street in Malden. And it approved a study weighing the various options available to it in regards to the Kiwanis Ice Arena.
The Culinary Institute of America is partnering with Japanese sake maker Asahi Shuzo Co. on educational programming, special events and tastings. The brewery will be built less than a mile from the CIA’s Hyde Park campus.
If you have ever stood in the meadow at the Comeau Property you have seen the undulating ridgetop of Mt. Guardian standing over the town. Thanks to Woodstock Land Conservancy’s recent purchase of the mid-section of the ridge the view will remain pristine.
Two-term Rosendale councilwoman Jen Metzger announced on February 15 that she had filed the official paperwork to launch a campaign committee as she explores a run for New York’s 42nd District State Senate seat.
A request for the extension of site plan approval for a retail plaza in the Town of Ulster last week saw town officials reveal that what some local residents believe is a prehistoric circle of stone pillars is more Fauxhenge than Stonehenge — likely to have been erected in the mid-20th century.
Feb. 23-25: More than 100 students will take to the New Paltz Middle School auditorium’s stage — and backstage, and even the auditorium’s floor — to present a gigantic and tuneful extravaganza.
Phoenicia resident Solane Verraine, having pled guilty to manslaughter in the assisted suicide of her husband, John Owings, Jr., a.k.a. Johnny Asia, was sentenced on February 21 to one to three years in state prison.
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