The Saugerties Town Board voted at its April 7 meeting to seek bids for the replacement of the roofs at the Malden and Glasco sewer plants, based on recommendations by engineers Brinnier and Larios.
The former location of Murphy’s is being transformed.
Under a system called community choice aggregation, all Central Hudson customers in the village would be enrolled in a program that purchases electricity from renewable energy providers. Joule, the facilitator of the program, aims to offer savings by locking in rates for a year and negotiating for multiple municipalities. Individual customers can choose to opt out and pay the regular Central Hudson price.
As the number of electric and hybrid vehicles on the road grows, the demand for charging stations will also grow, Saugerties Supervisor Fred Costello said.
As time ticks down on the six-month moratorium on the processing and approval of permits for dog kennels and breeding facilities that was imposed in Gardiner in February, the Town Board has been tweaking its draft for a new local law that would regulate kennels.
The Town of Gardiner now has a mother/daughter team volunteering on the Parks and Recreation Committee.
Improvements at Bristol Beach in Malden are moving along well, Saugerties Town Supervisor Fred Costello.
The Saugerties Town Board voted at its regular meeting on April 7 to increase the building department minimum fees for building permit applications, accessory structures, repairs, sign permits, fire safety inspections and other permits and inspections.
The Saugerties Animal Shelter is close to groundbreaking for a new building, Saugerties Councilman Michael Ivino reported at a town board meeting.
The Saugerties Village Board will decide in the near future if Montross Street should become a one-way street.