“We have our work cut out for us,” said Gardiner Town Supervisor Marybeth Majestic.
Legislation authorizing the issuance of the card could come before the council as early as next month.
A new law would ban aircraft from taking off our landing in Rosendale. A resident with a helicopter challenged the town board to measure the sound with a decibel meter. “I guarantee that it will not violate any noise ordinance.”
County Executive Mike Hein outlined his vision of lean government and a commitment to progressive goals when he unveiled his proposed 2019 budget last week.
Two recent county-level initiatives, a law that would ban the use of plastic bags by grocery stores and retailers and a law limiting the terms for county elected officials, were talked about at length by county residents at a public hearing in the legislative chambers on the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Five years after it first became an accredited agency, the Saugerties Police Department once again opened its evidence vault and records from the last five years to members of the state Division of Criminal Justices Services Accreditation Department. Their findings were announced on Sept. 20.
The proposal is meant to ensure new construction or renovations are in keeping with the village’s historic character.
On October 1, the Shandaken town board approved a preliminary 2019 budget that will entail exceeding the state-imposed tax cap for the second year in a row, due primarily to salary increases and projected hikes in health care and retirement costs.
A revision of the village of Saugerties drug testing policy prompts a suggestion from a resident.
Woodstock Town Supervisor Bill McKenna proposed a 2019 budget of $8,255,180 that will result in an estimated 2.215 percent tax increase, an amount that is below the state’s imposed cap.