“I love the little old library building as I’m driving past it — no question that it is very picturesque. And if all I ever did was drive past it, I might be on the Vote No side of this issue,” Claire Lambe of Woodstock.
“I speak for myself and do not represent the views of any organization. Restore and renovate, don’t demolish the Woodstock Library. Turn over the ballot and vote no,” writes Olivia Tinker Twine of Woodstock.
Topics include: Woodstock Library bond issue; Funding SUNY and CUNY; Combat climate change; Support for farmers; and more.
The bridge connecting downtown Kingston to Connelly and Port Ewen, which has been closed since late September, is the only safe way in this area for a pedestrian to cross the Rondout Creek. If it’s not going to be reopened to vehicle traffic, writes a reader, it should be made into a pedestrian walkway.
“The Bakery has hosted Night of 100 Pumpkins for 30 years! We supply the tents and tables, facilitate the judging, solicit prizes from local businesses and host a Halloween night party with live music, free pumpkin bread, hot cider and cocoa. But the real work is what you all do, carving and decorating incredible works of temporary art using pumpkins,” writes David Santner.
Topics include: Calling all pumpkin artists; Debate versus brawl; Woodstock Library bond vote; Protect our farmers and us; and more.
Topics include: Wrong time for Woodstock Library referendum; Plastic production problems; Hudson Valley needs Metzger; Presidential debate; and more.
Topics include: DuBois bike lanes; Brace for economic insecurity; Get out and vote; Ugly truth about McConnell; and more.
Topics include: Woodstock Library bond issue; Access to broadband; Covid downplay; Onteora Lake threatened; and more.
“Remember what else was going on then?” writes a reader. “You couldn’t buy toilet paper or other paper products, bleach, alcohol-based disinfectants were also gone and some food products like flour, sugar and some meats were in short supply. Can you imagine what it would have been like if the president was adding fuel to this fire. We would have had riots in supermarkets.”