The local law local law would ban discrimination against people on the basis of gender identity in “any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement.”
Generally, government records should be available, although in some cases the Rolling Stones principle applies: ‘You can’t always get what you want’
“Fund balance is a good thing, rating agencies love to see that,” said Comptroller John Tuey. “But you have to balance that against the needs of taxpayers and saving them money going forward.”
The railroad, facing a deadline from the county, moved its trains from the county tracks to CMRR property in January, without a floodplain permit.
The Woodstock Town Board unanimously approved bonding for installation of reed beds that will make the wastewater treatment plant more environmentally friendly and save the town up to $50,000 per year.
Officials at Planned Parenthood say that thousands of women in the Hudson Valley could lose access to health services like cancer screening and STD testing if a provision in the American Health Care Act that would cut off Medicaid funding to the century old family planning organization becomes law.
On May 16, the Olive planning board approved the revised site plan for wedding events at the Ashokan Dreams bed-and-breakfast, hammering out conditions in an effort to limit the impact on High Point Mountain Road neighbors who have complained about such issues as noise, traffic, and invasion of privacy.
A bill making its way through the Ulster County Legislature would set new policy guidelines with the goal of restricting cooperation
Councilman Mike Reynolds said it was important for the board to “take a look at a fresh perspective.” While expressing appreciation for his many years of service to the town in a “thankless job,” he termed Boylan’s ouster “something that’s been brewing for a while…. People are energized by this issue.”
Kingston’s not in his district, but Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney rolled into the Senate Garage anyway the evening of Monday, May 8 to talk to the about 600 who turned out for a “town hall” forum on the new Republican health care plan currently working its way through Congress.