The Ulster County Legislature last week voted 18 to 5 to continue to maintain the property of Ulster County Enterprise West, formerly the Bank of America building at TechCity, for an additional $399,282.
There’s the appearance of a lot of activity on the development front in the Village of New Paltz these days. But that might partially be an illusion. Because most projects need to weave their way through various regulatory requirements, relatively minor community changes remain under consideration a long time.
The town board practice of hybrid meetings may change, as Covid-19 seems heading for a second spike, Supervisor Fred Costello said at the opening of the regular board meeting on November 18.
The Saugerties Town Board has named former receiver of taxes Peg Nau to fill a vacancy on the town board, following the resignation of Paul Andreassen from the board in September.
Peter Barber of Blue Mountain Church Road is concerned about a resort he described it as a B&B that has
Two closely watched State Senate seats in the mid-Hudson have flipped, one from blue to red and the other from red to blue, as votes too close to call on Election Night 2020 continue to be tallied.
On November 17, the Ulster County Legislature approved a tax break for The Kingstonian, a mixed-use $60 million development project in Uptown Kingston.
The town applauded some businesses for alerting the public about positive tests among staff, and chided others for not disclosing information.
Kingston Mayor Steve Noble, speaking at this month’s Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast, said a new program using federal community development block grant money and administered through Rupco will deliver approximately $150,000 to tenants who are having trouble paying their rent due to Coronavirus-related health and employment challenges.
Supervisor Bill McKenna may issue an emergency order clearing a hurdle for short-term rentals already in the pipeline for approval. Some 100 of the 277 submitted applications were awaiting planning board public hearings because they required a special-use permit.