A little over a year after the New Paltz School District decided to stop celebrating Columbus Day, the town is poised to follow suit.
After interviewing several candidates, New Paltz Town Council members last week appointed Stana Weisburd to complete the unexpired Planning Board term of Lagusta Yearwood, and Matt DiDonna to a full, seven-year term.
The Williams Lake Project, first proposed in 2007, is still in the early stages of construction. Developers recently unveiled their plans for 2018 construction, which included some changes to the design.
The Frisbee-loving, festival-going Saugerties native is the youngest official to hold the position in town history.
Interested in the issues surrounding open space preservation? The town of Gardiner wants you.
Town Democrats, now in the majority, flex their muscles.
The board voted to accept the supervisor’s request to hire Maureen TerBush Vickner to take over the part-time position of clerk to the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals.
Saugerties’ new town board cleaned up shop at their January 3 reorganizational meeting at the Frank Greco Senior Center, designating citizens for town committees and divvying up liaison positions.
‘If you went through the [zoning] code, you could probably find something about stagecoaches…’
Rising costs, tax caps and short-term rentals are just some of the hurdles Bill McKenna faces as he begins his first elected term as supervisor.