All sides agree the water main should be extended. Not all sides agree who should pay for it.
To mark the anniversary of Gabriela O’Shea’s bike accident and to celebrate her recovery, a slow bike ride from the new car-free zone on Huguenot Street to the corner of Butterville Road and Route 299 West in New Paltz will take place on Monday, September 11.
The Ulster County District Attorney’s Division of Consumer Affairs reminds Internet users who receive appeals to donate money in the aftermath of the flooding in Texas to use caution before responding to those requests.
Later this summer or early fall work will begin on adding a new walkway out to the historic Saugerties Lighthouse, shoring up its foundation, and restoring the seawall that protects the building.
The plan, dubbed “Heartwood,” would convert an old timber farm into a camping resort including a variety of amenities such that it’s been dubbed a “glampground,” a portmanteau of “glamor campground.”
Parking on the road in places where the lots are full is common. The preserve and the town would like to put an end to it.
At issue is whether the railroad can be considered a “public transportation utility,” a designation that would allow the planning board to grant a special permit for storage of trains on property with residential zoning.
Funds for the station through a state Department of Environmental Conservation grant will pay for three-quarters of the cost of the machine, plus the cost of the electricity for two years.
“It’s a speedway,” said one resident. But the police chief said a recent radar detail found most drivers traveling between 28 and 33 mph.
The Town of Ulster officially named Kyle Berardi its chief of police on Wednesday, Aug. 23, one year after he was sworn in as a lieutenant and just under a year since he took over the mantle of officer in charge.