Full-time access to that playground was cut oﬀ when it was fenced in with the pool a number of years ago.
According to the results of the survey devised by the Shandaken Short-Term Rental Committee, respondents are, as expected, divided on whether and how to regulate STRs in the town. At the committee’s June 10 meeting, town supervisor Rob Stanley said he will not be a member of the new committee that will be formed to draft regulations now that the survey has been completed.
In the communication between pharmacies and insurance companies, Pharmacy Benefits Managers, such as Caremark, OptumRx, and Express Scripts, are intended to help handle transactions, navigating through the tangle of insurance plans, regulations, and prescription options. But the Pharmacists’ Society of the State of New York says the system is being abused for the profit of Pharmacy Benefits Managers and the downfall of independent community pharmacies.
So far, over 100 municipal IDs have been issued, city says.
Angeline Peone and Melinda France, two re-cycling educators for the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency, spoke to more than a dozen of the environmentally conscious about what can be recycled, what can be done to minimize waste before one even begins the sorting process and how to avoid “wishcycling” — the act of errantly throwing something into your recycling bin hoping that it can be recycled, without being quite sure.
The Common Council approved the municipal ID program late last year. Also adopted by Middletown and Newburgh, the goal is to get valid legal ID cards in the hands of those who for various reasons, including immigration status, find themselves to unable to get state-issued identification.
Outfitting all officers will run $28,000.
Woodstock Library trustees took one more step toward a new library by seeking a construction manager agent to oversee the progress and budget of the project.
About 60 people came to Woodstock Town Hall on Monday, May 20 to learn about alternatives to a planned new 12,000-square-foot library designed by Dobbs Ferry Architect Stephen Tilly.
In 2018, the state DEC listed the Wallkill River and several of its tributaries on a draft version of its “impaired waters” list.