The Wurts Street Bridge, which connects the City of Kingston to Port Ewen and beyond, is expected to be closed to traffic beginning Monday, December 17 through February 1, 2019, while crews perform maintenance operations, the state Department of Transportation announced this week.
Daniel Goldstein, managing partner of E&M Management, the owners of local residential properties like 217-unit Sunset Garden, said his company has been painted in an inaccurate and unfavorable light by some residents and Town of Ulster officials.
Ongoing construction aims to route a large number of pedestrians and bicyclists through the village. Some residents are wondering if the effects of this have been taken into account.
The asking price for the Winston Farm property in Saugerties has nearly halved from over $10.7 million in 2016 to $5.5 million now.
‘I have matters of infestation, both rats and roaches,” said Town of Ulster Business Inspector Kathy Moniz. “I have floors that are lifting. We’ve had sewer backups that were not taken care of like they’re supposed to be, which led to an issue of sanitation.’
New Paltz resident Matthew Rojas was picked up outside of the New Paltz Justice Court last week by agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The incident has given a face to the ongoing debate about immigration reform, as friends raise money for Rojas’ defense and local officials consider how best to respond to tactics which have been characterized as both a challenge to the town’s sanctuary law and disrespect for the local justice system.
Officials at HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley have submitted design and construction plans to the state Department of Health detailing their $92 million proposal to merge all medical services at its Mary’s Avenue campus in Kingston.
Among the numerous customers ripped off by Bottini Fuel was the Town of Saugerties. According to court papers, the town is in line to be reimbursed almost $5,000.
The Ulster Town Board granted site plan approval earlier this month to Health Quest in the company’s bid to open a medical facility in the former Macy’s at the Hudson Valley Mall, a project that would cost around $20 million to complete and might not be finished for two years.
Composting has the potential to remove an estimated 25 to 30 percent of material going into our waste stream in the form of food scraps.