State officials may be close to determining if Woodstock’s Comeau town offices are eligible to apply for historic status. State historic recognition could have a major impact on a planned $2.9 million renovation of the town offices and nearby Supervisor’s Cottage.
The Woodstock Town Board approved easements and the sale of town property to allow the county to replace a bridge on Zena Road with a wider span.
New Paltz for Refugees, a grassroots, volunteer, nonprofit group working with other agencies to resettle those who have fled Afghanistan and are awaiting resettlement in the United States, announced the arrival of a seven-member family to the New Paltz area.
Woodstock Library officials are hoping for a February 15 referendum as to whether they can borrow the money — that is, bond for the funds — that will allow them to buy and renovate and then move to what will be the former Miller/Howard Investments building at 10 Dixon Avenue in Bearsville.
Residents of the towns downstream from the Ashokan Reservoir voiced their complaints November 18 at the Frank D. Greco Senior Center in Saugerties to New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) officials about the brown water that has fouled the Esopus Creek over the past few years, and of flooding that they thought the reservoir’s dam was supposed to prevent.
A family will get a second chance at approval for their dream home after three of the four Planning Board members who voted against a special use permit agreed to walk the property with an expert and discuss ways to build amid alleged illegal clearcutting in the Scenic Overlay District.
Residents at RUPCO’s latest affordable housing project Landmark Place on Flatbush Avenue say their new apartments represent a life-changing moment
Saugerties Village Trustee Brian Martin said the Village’s new ladder truck could enter service by the end of the year, bringing to close a two-year effort to replace the current 28-year-old ladder truck.
State Trooper Christopher Baldner, who was jailed November 4 on a second-degree murder charge in connection with the death of 11-year-old Monica Goods after Balder allegedly intentionally rammed her family’s minivan off the road after a high-speed chase on the Thruway in the town of Ulster on Dec. 22, 2020, was set to be released Friday after State Supreme Court Justice Denise Hartman set his bail at $100,000. Justice Hartman’s ruling overturned the denial of bail that was imposed on Baldner by Ulster County Court Judge Bryan Rounds.
With state money, the City of Kingston has improved pedestrian safety at six crosswalks at greater than average risk for crashes.