On Sunday at the New Paltz Community Center, NY19Votes, IndivisibleNY19 and scores of activists from the Hudson Valley organized a Unity Day of Action to reach out to and engage voters in the upcoming primary and general elections
Faso criticized the president’s words in a press conference in which he declined to place blame on the Russian president for meddling with the 2016 election.
The governor called on the State Senate to codify Roe v. Wade as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of a “gap” in protections for a woman’s right to choose. “Either you come back and do that or you are anti-choice,” said Cuomo.
New York 19th Congressional District hopeful Antonio Delgado is pushing back this week after Republican incumbent John Faso seized on an article in Monday’s New York Post highlighting lyrics from Delgado’s 2006 hip-hop album to argue that his opponent is out of step with the views of his would-be constituents.
In over an hour of public comments, neighbors of Woodstock Way and Mudd Club Bagel and Coffee Shop, and a host of community members, spoke about trends that have seen more and more commercial projects coming back to the ZBA and town planners, or the town’s building department, after major changes have already been made, asking that they be legalized. Many said it was harming Woodstock’s character. It was time, said one man to loud applause, that a line be drawn.
A plan to build a mixed-use residential, commercial, hotel and parking complex will receive $3.8 million of the $10 million state grant for improvements in Uptown Kingston. Other projects that received support include $2.5 million for improvements to Dietz Stadium and the Andretta pool; $1.34 million to improve access to and circulation around the tangled streets of the Uptown business district; almost a million dollars to redesign and reconfigure Schwenk Drive; $472,500 for stabilizing a historic stone building on Frog Alley; and $600,000 to fund targeted small grants and loans in the neighborhood.
The idea of changing the name of Lloyd to Highland-on-Hudson was suggested at a recent public meeting, but local officials
Village trustees are thinking about giving residents without parking options more leeway, after they got feedback at a public hearing on the new proposed parking law.
The public hearing on Tuesday, June 19, was the second on the proposed 82-acre Agawan resort off Glasco Turnpike near the Glasco firehouse. In addition to a 120-seat restaurant and 60 cabins, the facility would have garden areas for growing food for the restaurant, an artists’ studio and possibly a horseback riding stable. A substantial section of the property would be devoted to growing food for the farm-to-table restaurant.
After an exhausting 17-month slog through a crowded primary field, Antonio Delgado coasted to a decisive election night victory on Tuesday in the Democratic primary for New York’s 19th Congressional District.