Lightning and wind and gusts up to 60 miles per hour downed trees and limbs onto power lines and interrupted electric service to more than 32,000 homes and businesses throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley, according to Central Hudson.
The village water superintendent said there’s plenty available for outside the village.
Zipcars will be available at Poughkeepsie, Beacon and seven other Metro-North Railroad stations in the Hudson Valley so passengers can take a Zipcar from the station and travel to tourist destinations and other locations throughout the region.
While Village of New Paltz residents wrestle over a zoning code that allows 50-foot-tall buildings in some areas, there’s a proposal to stick a 72-foot-tall cell tower on Cherry Hill Road.
A proposal to create 66 units of low-income supported housing at a historic site on Flatbush Avenue will have its first public hearing next week.
Convenient transatlantic air travel comes to the Hudson Valley.
The deadly crash highlighted the existence of railroad crossings off of Kings Highway on Doyle’s Lane and Tissal Road that lack safety gates, warning lights or other safety equipment.
The cost would be $5.75 million.
Attendees were asked to bring a cardboard box to the event for the construction of a symbolic wall, which was knocked down at the end of the proceedings. The tumbling boxes were intended to signify a rejection of Trump’s exclusionary policies, and an adherence to the traditional American values of inclusion, diversity and equal rights.
While the parts of President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning travel from seven countries and refugees from all countries were lifted by a federal judge (pending further appeal), another section reducing the total number of refugees the U.S. will accept has not been challenged and will likely mean no further refugees will be settled in the Mid-Hudson Valley this year.