The members and staff of Kingston’s planning board stand silent in the middle of the cavernous third-floor room where a century ago many tables of working women toiled making shirts and other clothing: the needle trades.
GOP scare tactics, Republican loopholes help the rich, Maloney is motivated, STEM disaster House tax bill, time to work together.
Quitting social media means losing touch with friends and family and missing out on local news, especially in rural areas.
According to Ulster County Executive Mike Hein, it took something like 60 seconds for him to reject out of hand a proposal last summer that the county assume ownership of the failing Wiltwyck Golf Club in the Town of Ulster.
The company hopes its calendar app will be used by individuals and organizations across the nation to aggregate and personalize community events.
A few litigious residents are standing in the way of New Paltz’s water needs.
Topics include: Shout Out Saugerties, being religious, tax reform, and rail trails.
For what it’s worth, the unofficial returns indicate Republicans will (barely) hold their majority in the county legislature, regardless of which caucus John Parete of Olive chooses to rest his ailing left shoulder.
In what was a tough race, many diverse voices of the community came out to support me, the One Kingston slate, and the working people and families of Kingston.
Could a Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods turn around Ulster County’s fortunes?