Wednesday, March 22 at 7:05 p.m. in the legislative chambers at the County Office Building in Kingston, a public hearing will be held on a proposal to forbid the county legislature from considering “memorializing resolutions” – the body taking an official stance on sometimes-controversial issues. One legislator thinks a ban goes against the first principles of American democracy.
This is a topic I am very familiar with, since I have been married for close to 47 years. To the same woman!
I’m reminded of the old joke about the dog chasing a car — If it caught the car, could it drive? Democrats, calm down and try to help steer our country in a positive direction. The whole world is watching!
Climate change isn’t going away, health care plan is about controlling women, bridges not walls, Medicare plan under attack, cancer survivors know ACA’s value.
The USA spends more on its military than the next eight nations combined. President Trump wants to spend even more, while cutting other important discretionary spending.
Fack-checking Aiello on town budget; Aiello to run for town office; Trump’s policies are cruel, inconsistent, overreaching; preventable skiing deaths, health insurance reform.
Hey there, gang. By the time this is posted we will know if we all survived the Tuesday Snowpocalypse of March 2017 or whether we are but a frozen memory.
Personally, in choosing between the comptroller and the academic on one side and the rest of county government on the other, I find the angels on the side of Auerbach and Benjamin— but angels don’t vote.
New innovations in solar panels and the grid come to the Hudson Valley.
Selections from the March 9 edition of Saugerties Times, including thoughts on the Saugerties town budget and national health insurance reform.