After years of apprenticing with local artisans, signmaker Ryan Solomons has opened his own business, Geometric Signs and Design at 375 Springtown Road in New Paltz.
Dining-out options for vegans and vegetarians in the mid-Hudson are expanding, with several entrepreneurs now pushing the envelope of what
The Ulster Town Board last month reaffirmed its support for New York State to enact and support legislation to eliminate the Dark Store Theory in the state’s Real Property Tax Law as a legal loophole for reducing property tax assessments in tax certiorari proceedings. The town first began discussing the Dark Story Theory — the practice of deed-restricting a property that’s being vacated to reduce its taxable value — in the fall of 2017.
Saugerties Town Supervisor Fred Costello says he feels the Town should consider moving forward to opt in to the new market for legal marijuana.
Since an emergency order allowing spaces for outdoor gatherings has expired, establishments now must obtain site plan approval if they want to make changes permanent. Colony Woodstock presented updates to its site plan earlier this month to make its beer garden permanent. Nicholas Ballinger, owner of Early Terrible, a bar, and Mud Club, a bagel shop, both at 43-45 Mill Hill Road, presented his plans at the October 21 Woodstock Planning Board meeting.
Chronic cleanliness problems and nearly 2000 health code violations dating back as far as 2005 prompted Bearsville Center owner Lizzie Vann’s decision not to renew the Little Bear’s lease, she explained to a crowd gathered at the Bearsville Theater lounge on October 15.
Partners in fashion crime Kim Allen and Ruth Faircloth have teamed up to allow their love of beautiful clothing and the thrifted lifestyle come to life at their new store: Butterfly Boutique and Consignment Attic, at 215 Main Street on the sunny patioed corner of the Medusa Antique building, cattycorner to Asian Fusion in New Paltz.
The outdoor space at the 22 Rock City Road property is a new venture and had brought along with it some noise complaints.
The new submission shows four single-story buildings. Two of the buildings would be for retail uses, one for a restaurant and the other a bank.
Traffic concerns continue to dominate discussion of a proposed Dunkin’ drive-thru at the intersection of routes 28 and 375 in West Hurley with many, including Planning Board members, questioning the ability to mitigate traffic backups.