Just in time for the road construction season, employees of the Woodstock Highway Department recently participated in work zone safety training to help prevent accidents for motorists and workers.
The weird land-use problems linger at the site of the Discovery Institute on Plains Road in New Paltz. This unusual property is so far off from modern health and zoning requirements that it’s difficult even to figure out how to fix it, a fact which was made quite clear when Village of New Paltz Planning Board members took a look at the latest attempt during their April 6 meeting.
The Saugerties Town Board voted at its April 7 meeting to seek bids for the replacement of the roofs at the Malden and Glasco sewer plants, based on recommendations by engineers Brinnier and Larios.
Jennifer Tsakis, owner of Saugerties’ Pop Vintage Antiques, has been in the antique business for 24 years, starting out in a three-foot-wide antique booth in Annapolis, Maryland, to now selling fun, affordable finds from the 50s to the 80s at her 106 Partition Street location.
Up until now, more have wanted vaccines than could get them. In the coming weeks, that will likely be reversed.
A 32-year-old Ellenville man was convicted of charges stemming from an incident in which he unlawfully entering a woman’s home in the village of Ellenville and had sexual intercourse with her while she was incapacitated. He faces up to 25 years in state prison.
The former location of Murphy’s is being transformed.
Under a system called community choice aggregation, all Central Hudson customers in the village would be enrolled in a program that purchases electricity from renewable energy providers. Joule, the facilitator of the program, aims to offer savings by locking in rates for a year and negotiating for multiple municipalities. Individual customers can choose to opt out and pay the regular Central Hudson price.
Brooklyn-based lighting manufacturer RBW Studio plans to purchase a 98,000-square-foot building on Boice’s Lane in the Town of Ulster where it will employ 50 people doing office and manufacturing work. The deal is very close to completion, and there appear to be no major obstacles to its consummation.
The approved budget has some $900,000 more coming to the New Paltz district than was in the governor’s executive budget.