Some 234 years after pyromaniacal Redcoats ended Kingston’s tenure as New York’s capital city, the state’s highest court convened on Wall Street once again to commemorate the bicentennial of the Ulster County Courthouse.
After a hard-fought back-and-forth over whether to eliminate the position, town police officer Jennifer Culver was named a K-9 handler last month.
Imagine us without the Bruderhof, who come from all over the county to help build playgrounds, donate beautiful furniture, their time, expertise, materials, and cookies by the score. Without Michael Berg, founder of Family of Woodstock, who knows where many of us would be. Without UlsterCorps — the volunteer-to-opportunity clearinghouse — countless projects, large and small, would have failed.
After nearly three months of public input and the defeat of a referendum that would have dissolved the district, Woodstock Library trustees declared Architect Stephen Tilly’s proposal the winner of the design competition for a new building.
Sixteen years after he bought up a large swath of Kingston’s waterfront, developer Robert Iannucci has announced some ambitious plans for his holdings along East Strand.
New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is beginning a multi-year, $158 million project to clean, repair, and upgrade 74 miles of the Catskill Aqueduct, which conveys water from the Ashokan Reservoir in Olive to the Kensico Reservoir in Westchester County.
Rates for parking passes in municipal lots are not expected to change next year under Mayor Steve Noble’s 2019 budget proposal.
Woodstock Library Trustees have entered a period of listening and reconciliation following the 2-1 defeat of a referendum that, if passed, would have dissolved and terminated the form of governance that has operated the Woodstock Public Library since 1989.
Another 1.3 miles of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, stretching from Tony Williams Park to Route 299, have been completed, paved and opened to the public. Work continues on the next leg, which will link up with the village of New Paltz and the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail.
Look for another busy summer of upgrade work at Belleayre Mountain next year as the New York State hands over a newly-approved $9.1 million to support the expansion and modernization of the Ski Resort’s aging Discovery Lodge by its managers at the Olympic Regional Development Authority based in the Adirondacks.