“As a driver, I’m disheartened when pedestrian groups take over the road, forcing drivers into the wrong lane to get by. We don’t have sidewalks, so peds, we need to be aware of drivers – and vice versa,” writes Elisabeth Ellis of Saugerties.
“You’re alive today because your ancestors and parents got vaccinated and they vaccinated you,” writes Larry Winters of New Paltz.
“Saugerties has been struck with a high rate of drug addiction cases. We all know someone who’s battling addiction or has been lost to addiction. Saugerties can only benefit from a place in our backyard where those who are battling their addictions can go to get help. I am, and will continue to be, a wholehearted supporter and advocate for the RYAN House. I urge anyone with skepticism to reach out and ask the principal who are behind this great project any questions you may have,” writes Town of Saugerties Councilman Michael Ivino.
Topics include: Join us to support women’s reproductive rights; Making a mistake about the Little Bear; Thanks for protecting trees; Support for local not-for-profits; and more.
Topics include: New Paltz officials’ joint statement on masks; Don’t forget true damages from war; Remembering 9/11; Ted Orr memorial concert; and more.
Topics include: Palestinian hatred; Acknowledging the efforts of Mike Katz; Save the Lakes; Friends of the Saugerties Library expands membership; and more.
Topics include: Inaccurately description of the Oncology Support Program at HealthAlliance in Kingston; What is the cause of the Afghan war; Borrowing inexpensively; Is a renaissance of the Medieval Ages upon us; and more.
“Living in a healthy society necessitates laws and regulations that can restrict some personal freedoms. People are prohibited from smoking in many public places and driving recklessly on public roads to protect others. These same cohesive concepts also apply to dealing with public health emergencies that pose an imminent threat to everyone,” writes Peter Fiorentino of Rosendale.
Topics include: You can’t fix stupid; Our bodies, our best choice; Move Woodstock town offices to Lasher site; Our local Proud Boys; and more.
“I am a former New Paltz tenant. I have rented apartments as an undergraduate student at SUNY New Paltz and later in life as a working professional. I have called New Paltz my home for the better part of a decade. In 2018, I left the Village to pursue an advanced degree. Now, as I attempt to make my way back, I am finding myself in the middle of a housing and affordability crisis,” writes Victoria Morrell of Queens.