“This is pretty incredible asset for the town.”
Residents along the road objected to possible noise and disruption from the bikes owned by tour company Rail Explorers, due to start operation in late summer
The pool opened late last year due to ongoing repairs, and its condition has been a concern for the local swimming community.
Against a backdrop of confusion, doubt and controversy surrounding the future of healthcare in America, HealthAlliance of Ulster County is hoping to break ground in June on almost $90 million worth of new construction at its Mary’s Avenue and Broadway campuses.
Stats provided by the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team show 134 total overdoses last year: 26 fatal and 108 non-fatal.
The union sponsored a mobile billboard on campus, which referenced a 50% rise in reported rapes, as well as a higher number of drug-related arrests. It was timed to be visible during admissions tours.
Woodstock Library trustees voted to further explore options for a new building while board President Dorothea Marcus remained adamant the move does not mean it is altogether abandoning a renovation.
The Catskill Mountain Railroad (CMRR) boasted revenues of $1.19 million in 2016, up from $1.1 million the previous year, despite
New Paltz Mayor Tim Rogers and developer David Shepler spoke about the future of New Paltz’s village, particularly the mixed-use zone on Rt. 32 where Zero Place would be built, at a recent luncheon.
The village building inspector said the property owner needs to clean up the mess, and if he doesn’t, the matter will go to court.