The resort, with a reported construction budget in the $50 million range, was first proposed by Catskills developer Dean Gitter in the late 1990s.
The new leg of the rail trail extends from Tony Williams Park to South St., opposite Lowe’s on 299.
According to Mayor Tim Rogers, despite there being largely positive feedback for various public bonfires, they violate open-burning rules for the village.
A public input forum on the Woodstock Library’s building options drew many familiar faces on both sides of the issue, with opponents of the Library’s plan to construct a new building apparently seeking to dominate the discussion.
The fate of a proposed 66-unit affordable senior housing complex at the former city alms house could be decided in State Supreme Court after the housing nonprofit Rupco filed suit to challenge the Kingston Planning Board’s rejection last month of site plan approval and a special permit for the project.
Relief may be in sight for Woodstock’s seemingly endless summer of road construction with detours and jaw-rattling potholes.
With today’s ruling, the proposed Belleayre Resort in Highmount can move forward after two decades.
The lease between Health Quest, which also operates Vassar Brothers Medical Center, and Georgia-based mall owner Hull Property Group was signed last week. An urgent-care facility will be part of the complex. A wide range of specialty care such as radiology, physical therapy, oncology, an infusion center, cardiology and a breast center will be offered.
Parts of town require more work by the highway department to keep water runoff from pooling. Should the entire town collectively pay this cost, or should it be funded through special taxing districts billed only to residents of those areas?
Is it worth it to maintain two police dogs, or would that money be better spent elsewhere? The debate continues.