Interconnection of parking areas is a planning objective at the county level, as part of an effort to design developments for people rather than their vehicles. For this particular project, a specific objective is to reduce the number of drivers attempting to make a left onto Route 299 from McDonald’s, but presumably it would also incrementally benefit the broader goal of reducing the need to depend on motor vehicles. Neither McDonald’s or adjacent property owners are very interested in the idea.
A broken water pipe transformed the couple’s Barclay Heights backyard into a veritable mudslide.
The $300,000 Wellness Center would be used by all high school students during the school day as part of their required physical fitness courses, and potentially after school with appropriate supervision. Intended to offer students additional opportunities for stress relief and other benefits of physical fitness, the Wellness Center would include 42 stations for working out with a separate area for activities such as yoga and stretching.
A female employee, who is Jewish, reported that she was in the cooler with another co-worker when Sullivan came into the doorway, shut off the lights, and made an anti-Semitic remark, “You’re in the gas chamber now,” followed by an expletive referring to her Jewish faith. A Saugerties man was charged today with aggravated harassment.
The names are being changed because the buildings’ namesakes, the founding families of the town, owned slaves prior to slavery’s abolition in New York State. The new building names pay homage to local geographic features. They will be assigned to the campus buildings to mirror their actual locations – for instance, Lefevre Hall, the eastern-most of the buildings, will become Shawangunk Hall, because the Shawangunk Ridge is the eastern-most of these features.
According to police, the investigation involved members of a drug-trafficking organization that distributed large quantities of crack cocaine, as well as heroin laced with fentanyl, over a two-year period, in and around the Village of Ellenville.
At the Mescal Hornbeck Community Center on March 14, members of Woodstock Transition and the Woodstock Library held a forum on the Project Drawdown Eco-challenge. This initiative invites people to form teams, decide what actions they want to take, and then, from April 3 to 24, record their actions through a website that will compile results.
The charred remains of 18-20 Russell Street have been further reduced to a pile of blackened debris after demolition began last week. On April 21 of last year, a fire, the cause of which remains a mystery, took the life of Tanya Conklin, 46, mother of six.
After seven years on the Gardiner Town Board, councilman Mike Reynolds submitted his resignation last week, effective March 11, “due to a change in my permanent residency status from Gardiner to New Paltz.”
Current ethical concerns came to the Town of Hurley in recent months as a town employee went to town officials charging highway superintendent Mike Shultis with making an anti-Semitic remark in their presence at work in the Hurley highway department.