Topics include: Cyclists, pedestrians at risk; CCA and your electrical bill; Three cheers for Ben & Jerry’s; The danger of mistruths; and more.
Topics include: The Devil is in the details; Pete Seeger’s legacy at Kingston Town Hall; Local source for art supplies needed; Traffic wastes time, fuel; and more.
Topics include: Restore mask mandate; Protect Bluestone Wild Forest from development; Notice to all Social Security beneficiaries; Thanks fire department; and more.
Topics include: Concrete/steel 850 Project & Bluestone Forest; Short-term rentals not the culprit for affordable housing problems; The fence is an offense; Misguided laws and regulations; and more.
Masks should once again be required in all public settings due to the spread of a more transmissible Covid-19 variant that is also more likely to infect vaccinated persons, writes a reader.
Topics include: Opposition to 850 Route 28 project; Victory in Woodstock for 5G activists; Supporting Palestinian rights is not anti-Semitic; New Paltz water costs up 323% over 18 years; and more.
A reader from New Paltz makes the pitch for a skate park to be approved for that community. “I am both a mom and a middle school teacher. I have seen firsthand how skateboarding can change lives. A skate park is such an important place in a community. It may not be the place for everyone, but it is everything to those who find their place there.”
Topics include: Community pharmacies deserve protection from predatory Wall Street interests; Handicapped access at Kohl’s; Bikers beware; County government; and more.
Topics include: Saugerties must do something about loud trucks, motorcycles; An unfair and inaccurate depiction; STR restrictions create hardships for Woodstock homeowners; How to best shape our future; and more.
The town’s attempts to address affordable housing by placing limits on short-term rentals will hurt homeowners without helping renters, writes a reader.