Some $500,000 of this year’s Community Development Block Grant funding for Kingston will be used for engineer studies, design work and sewer repairs in midtown Kingston, and $25,000 will go toward asbestos removal and the demolition of the former Planet Wings restaurant building.
The New Paltz Police Reform and Reinvention Committee will conduct its first public town hall Zoom meeting on October 22 from 7 to 9 p.m.
A public meeting will be held by the Town of New Paltz Planning Board on October 26 at 7 p.m. to discuss the environmental impact statement of a project by Homeland Towers to build a 150-foot commercial cellular tower at 60 Jansen Road in New Paltz.
The New Paltz Police Department invites the community to Water Street Market on Thursday, October 15 from 10 to 11 a.m. Lieutenant Brianna Quigley and officer Cheryl Benjamin will be available to answer questions.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan has shuffled his economic development team, appointing Tim Weidemann director of economic development and Lisa Berger to director of tourism.
Topics include: New leaders familiar faces; Broadway Boosts Bethel; Where and when to vote early in Ulster County; Join the annual Riverkeeper Sweep on October 17; and more.
Some 21 police departments in Ulster and Dutchess counties attended a recent Hudson Valley Supervisors’ School held in Saugerties, supervisor Fred Costello said at last week’s meeting. The Saugerties Police Department hosted the event.
An update on the large mixed-use development proposed for Uptown.
Kingston lawmakers voted to recommend rezoning multiple properties at Golden Hill and Lawton Park at its October 6 meeting, paving the way for new housing developments.
The Saugerties Animal Shelter has been working on plans for a new building, said councilman Michael Ivino at the regular meeting of the Saugerties Town Board on October 7.