Police commissioners cite cost, morale and performance in deciding that town of New Paltz police officers will retain some leeway in deciding when to turn their body cameras on.
At its July 13 meeting, the Gardiner Town Board voted to accept a bid of $393,575 from Precise Enterprises for the replacement of the dilapidated Clove Road Bridge.
Longtime town Clerk Michelle Mosher was nominated by the Gardiner Republicans for another term last week.
Saugerties town officials temporarily pulled a property maintenance law after more than a dozen residents expressed outrage over the plan at a recent Town Board meeting.
The Woodstock Town Board approved hiring telecommunications litigator Andrew Campanelli at its July 13 meeting to help beef up its Wireless Transmission Facilities and Site Developers Law in light of recent 5G expansion throughout the state.
An independent police commission will be reinstated for oversight of New Paltz Police Department operations.
The Town of Gardiner stands to save a significant amount of money annually by buying back its cobrahead streetlights from the utility company, while replacing the bulbs with energy-efficient LED fixtures.
Woodstock officials hope a new law will make it tougher for illegal dumpers to slip under the radar in a repeat of a situation on Church Road in Shady in which a homeowner ordered fill from a Saugerties contractor that turned out to be contaminated construction debris.
Topics include: New housing standards floated; Calling 911 in case of overdoses doesn’t get the caller arrested; Honoring a diamond anniversary; More skate supporters heard; Tree champion needed; and Meeting challenges.
Topics include: Police complaints are noted in public; Main Street mayhem; Traffic stop paperwork to include more information; Intoxicated New Paltz man threatened juveniles at town pool, attacked officer; County housing plan reviewed before Town Board; and Moriello Park bridge to be replaced.