Four stories or three?
Improved signage won’t prevent every accident involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian, but it would reduce the number of such tragedies. That’s what Dinah Neals, whose brother died after being struck by a truck four years ago, told the Saugerties village board.
The 2019 spending plan will result in tax rate drop of 1.595% for town residents and 1.35% for village people
Homeowners like the extra income hosting guests using sites like Airbnb provides. Neighbors? Not so much.
What began as a protest organized by a few activist groups following the 2016 election of President Donald Trump and U.S. Rep. John Faso transformed into a recruiting ground for newly minted activists, a must-do campaign stop for Democratic politicians and a visible symbol of the wave of progressive discontent that would sweep Faso out of office two years later.
Election reform is one of the higher priorities on her agenda, along with the passage of some proposed legislation that has long been bottled up in Republican-chaired State Senate committees: the New York Health Act, the Reproductive Health Act, the Comprehensive Contraceptive Coverage Act, the Child Victims Act among them.
‘My priority is to be the best advocate I can be for folks here on the ground.’
Noble says more money would make Kingston even with other cities.
After a slew of failed attempts over the past decade, the Saugerties Town Board is reassessing its ability to establish a noise ordinance. But it won’t be easy — Town Supervisor Fred Costello was quick this week to outline the various pitfalls surrounding such a law.
After a public hearing on the town’s proposed Comprehensive Plan that had more officials than members of the public attending, the subject of extending cell phone coverage and the Woodstock Town Board’s reaction to it highlighted minor changes to the long awaited document.