The Ferris Woods proposal in New Paltz is for 48 units of senior citizen apartments built on 43 acres that would be accessed from the end of Brouck Ferris Boulevard, off South Ohioville Rd.
A Saugerties teen’s apparent drug-related collapse in Greene County last week set off a cavalcade of rumors throughout the community, but a top county law enforcement official said this week the incident had nothing to do with alleged fentanyl-laced marijuana said to be circulating in the area.
As the city’s planning board is working to decide just how extensive the environmental review for the Kingstonian should be, an engineer for the developers of the site said this week he believes his bosses will pull the plug on the $53 million proposed residential, commercial and parking project if planners demand they produce a full environmental impact statement.
A Saugerties ninth grader who overdosed on a drug on April 12 in Catskill is recovering well in the hospital, police chief Joseph Sinagra reported at the village board’s regular meeting.
Apprehensive neighbors, afraid for their drinking water and exasperated by what they say is a loud and constant procession of debris-laden 18-wheelers, anxiously await an April 18 town Zoning Board of Appeals meeting that, they hope, will spur the shutdown of a local construction and demolition debris dumping operation.
An accident at the intersection of Glasco Turnpike and Rt. 32 has prompted a push for a new traffic light.
The closures will occur on Monday, April 22 and Tuesday, April 23 from around 5 a.m. until 7 p.m. The miniseries, set to star local favorite Mark Ruffalo as a pair of troubled identical twins, takes place over several decades in the 20th century. Ruffalo, perhaps best known for his portrayal of physicist Bruce Banner, a.k.a. the Hulk, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film series and a supporter of many local causes, will also co-produce the miniseries. The production is also shooting on location in Poughkeepsie and other Dutchess spots.
Rosendale’s unofficial favorite shortcut around downtown Main Street has been intermittently out of commission for a long while now.
The wastewater plant is experiencing heightened flows, and the village believes unpermitted connections from roof drains and sump pumps are to blame.
As affordable housing issues take center stage in Kingston with a series of public hearings and heated debate over a major market-rate apartment complex being pitched for the heart of Uptown Kingston, a local activist group has published a study arguing that evictions in the city are reaching rates not seen since the housing crisis a decade ago.