Using acupuncture instead of narcotics.
First responders are saving multiple lives a month. By distributing Narcan to the public and providing training, a new program hopes to save even more.
‘If kids know what’s expected of them and what to expect from us, it helps diffuse some of the anxiety they’re feeling.’
“Were the tariffs necessary to help our business? No, but that’s not to say that it hasn’t sparked more interest in American-made products, and that’s a good thing for us.”
Hoppy Quick was approved to operate a chainsaw seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. A neighbor isn’t happy.
The project would take up around three acres at the intersection of Frank Sottile Blvd. and Miron Ln., with a building housing the equipment planned for between 30-40 feet in height. An exhaust stack would rise above the structure, less than 100-ft total in height.
With the assistance of housing not-for-profit Rupco, the Town of Saugerties has applied for a grant through the New York Affordable Housing Corporation to help homeowners with repairs to at least 20 single-family homes in the community at no cost to the town or village.
Plans call for Central Hudson to replace a circa-1930’s underground natural gas regulator located underground with an above-ground apparatus in a vacant lot. Neighbors fear it will cause pollution and be an eyesore.
The plan to save Taliaferro Farms would involve a $387,000 payment from the town’s open space funds, Scenic Hudson and Ulster County to the property owner to forego development rights.
Acknowledging not everyone will be happy, trustees voted 7-2 to replace the existing building to meet the library’s future needs and address serious deficiencies in the current space. The public will likely have the ultimate say though, as a bond would be needed to fund the project.