NYS Assemblyman Frank K. Skartados, 62 of Milton, died on Sunday, April 15 from pancreatic cancer at St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital. He is survived by his daughter Alyssa and brothers Russos and George.
“Thirty years ago there was a movie, ‘The Accidental Tourist.’ Well, I somehow became ‘the accidental wine and liquor store entrepreneur.’”
It’s meant to cut back on waste. Reportedly, enough plastic straws are thrown out each year to fill Yankee Stadium nine times over. The village and town boards passed the resolution after the issue was raised by local high school students.
The project includes a plaza with open and covered seating, an area for food concessions, administrative offices and public restrooms.
The Lloyd United Methodist Church will hold a special service this Sunday, April 15 at 9 a.m. during which Pastor Gail Erdie will bless the restoration of the latest of the church’s windows to be renewed.
The mixed-used building will be located in the village at the corner of North Chestnut and Mulberry St. Forty-six apartments will sit above ground-floor retail shops.
April 12 at SUNY New Paltz: The bill would insulate New York State against some of the rollbacks to the federal Affordable Care Act currently being pushed by the Trump administration, specifically those that affect health insurance coverage for contraceptive drugs, devices and procedures.
At least one pair of coyotes, described by eyewitnesses as unusually large, healthy-looking and “bold” in their behavior, has apparently staked out a territory in the vicinity of Springtown Road, west of the Wallkill River.
Kathy Prizzia is the longest-serving executive director of the New Paltz Chamber. She’s leaving to become the assistant general manager of Rocking Horse Ranch.
Through the tireless and innovative efforts of employees and enthusiastic volunteers and community partners, New Paltz has has met and surpassed its original goal of reducing its solid waste stream by 20 percent; in fact, it has nearly halved that output.