GOP scare tactics, Republican loopholes help the rich, Maloney is motivated, STEM disaster House tax bill, time to work together.
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.
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.
“What Restore Kingston Pride means to me is prosperity. Where most of the people you know in the neighborhood are working great jobs that pay fantastic salaries and a small portion of that income goes back to the city encourages more of those companies to take a chance on our community.”
The closing arguments.
Candidates, their supporters and detractors, weigh in on the local races.
Kingston Times Letters: Vote for Drew, in defense of Jennifer Schwartz Berky
At the end of September, when we stopped at the Wallkill View stand to buy sweet corn (a great year for it), I asked the clerk how long they’d be having corn. “Until the first killing frost,” she replied. When will that be?
The state constitution protects many things, including pensions, collective bargaining rights, state civil service rights, human rights, our environment, public education and many more. A convention could jeopardize many of these protections.