This proposal is one that’s intended to keep rules-abiding tenants in their homes by guaranteeing lease renewals, unless the landlord has good cause not to continue the relationship.
Members of the public won’t be mugging for the camera, and chat is being restricted as well. These measures, taken to comply with the letter or the spirit of public meetings law, have been adopted for both Village and Town meetings in New Paltz.
New Paltz Village Board members are not going to pursue opting out of some of the new state cannabis laws.
The seemingly simple subdivision Holly Hasbrouck wants to enact for 191-193 Huguenot Street in New Paltz may have another snag: an easement that can’t be plotted on a map at all.
Topics include: Developer to improve road to proposed subdivision; Saugerties planners set a public hearing for Catskill Terrace; and Sidewalks recommended for proposed apartment development in Saugerties.
‘It can add not only to the beauty, but also to the economy, the environment and the habitat. There are just so many reasons to have more trees…’
Saugerties officials will host a public hearing for a revised version of a controversial property maintenance plan at the Frank D. Greco Memorial Senior Citizen Center at 207 Market Street on October 6 at 6:30 p.m. before that scheduled Town Board meeting.
From the supervisor to the town justices, many of the Town of Shandaken’s elected positions are up for grabs this year. With Supervisor Rob Stanley stepping down after more than a decade in office, and with two board seats on the ballot, the town could see a shift in its style of governance.
A clearly exasperated Supervisor Majestic read aloud a recent letter from the UCPB summarizing its review of the newer proposed law and recommending the adoption of the more stringent earlier draft, which it called “well-crafted.”
‘All tenants in Kingston live in precarious conditions… They can lose their homes in the blink of an eye…’