Saugerties has side-stepped the “sanctuary city” debate, but some see the new policy as a similar because it mentions immigration checks. ‘With unbiased policing, we don’t ask about your residency status, we’ve never done that,” said Police Chief Joe Sinagra.
For those who’ve stood on Kingston street corners beginning to wonder whether they might have missed the hourly Citibus, help might be on the way.
Poughkeepsie legislators are have a hard time letting go of a failed operation.
Ten years ago, the town set out to reduce its emissions to zero. That goal has been achieved.
State Police are investigating the death of an off-duty Rockland County Sheriff Deputy who suffered a single gun shot to the head while driving on State Route 6 (Long Mountain Parkway) in the town of Woodbury.
The legislation fulfills a December 2016 compromise which allowed Catskill Mountain Railroad to operate its tourist trains from Kingston to West Hurley while the county moved forward with plans to establish the Ashokan hiking/biking trail.
Ulster County sheriff Paul VanBlarcum stirred controversy this weekend with a post on the sheriff’s department’s official Facebook page calling for a boycott of the NFL over the Veterans’ Day weekend in to protest some players kneeling during pre-game performances of the national anthem.
Eighty-one customers have opted out of Central Hudson’s new electric meters, which transmit usage info remotely. The company has argued that it should be able to bill those customers extra fees for in-person readings. Those fees were recently struck down by the state regulator, but the issue is still not resolved, say local activists.
The fabled golf course in the town of Ulster is under severe financial pressure. Short of taking a Mulligan, the volunteer directors of the Wiltwyck Golf Club in the Town of Ulster say they have done everything they can think of to save the facility, including a discussion to sell it to the county government last July as an all-season recreation destination.
At the behest of county executive Mike Hein, the Vietnam Travelling War Memorial will be displayed at Cantine Veteran’s Memorial Complex between July 18 and 23 in the coming year.