A small plane crashed into a home in the Dutchess County town of Union Vale on Saturday, claiming the life of the pilot and a resident of the home.
The Ruoff family has run the venerable restaurant since its founding in 1955.
The coordinator, TV23’s lone paid employee, is doing a full-time job on part-time pay, said a member of the board.
At 277,000 square feet and operating 24 hours a day, the combined jail and headquarters for the Ulster County Sheriff ’s Office accounts for about 40 percent of county government’s total energy usage. Moving it to a renewable heating source will be a challenge.
The Woodstock Zoning Board of Appeals has been in the midst of an existential exercise of late. Following deep analysis and key decisions on the propriety of several code enforcement issues in recent months, they’re currently weighing the pros and cons of new signage for the changing Bradley Meadows shopping center and its growing main business, Sunflower Natural Foods, while simultaneously taking into account a growing push by Woodstock’s Commission for Civic Design (CCD), as well as the town’s Tree Committee, to straighten up the look of the town.
New Saugerties school district superintendent Kirk Reinhardt says he intends a greater focus on shared decision-making in the next two years. Casting a wider net and involving more people in educational processes will lead to a more harmonious relationship between the district and the community it serves, he believes.
Replacing the old Moxie Cupcake building at 184 Main Street in New Paltz with a three-story restaurant and hotel with outdoor dining and roof deck is going to take some variances, including one that’s particularly difficult to obtain.
Starting with this fall’s crop of legislators and county officials, legislators can serve no more than six full terms and executives and comptrollers no more than three.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection on Tuesday completed excavation of the 2.5 mile Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel from Newburgh to Wappinger, a significant milestone in the $1 billion effort to repair leaks in the 85-mile Delaware Aqueduct, which provides around 50 percent of New York City’s water.
Speakers remain divided on whether the project being pitched for the edge of Kingston’s historic Stockade District would contribute to economic growth, or simply accelerate the pace of gentrification.