New Paltz Town Planning Board members learned at their November 25 meeting that they will have some say over plans to site a cellular tower on Jansen Road, but that federal law prevents them from dragging their feet on making a decision.
New Paltz Superintendent of Schools Maria Rice will be leaving her post in the New Paltz Central School District at the end of December, two-and-a-half years after she retired from that same job.
This year, the Trot was named in honor of longtime Family of New Paltz director Kathy Cartagena, who passed away earlier this year. True to her spirit, the event garnered upwards of $40,000 and had so many participants that the organizers ran out of race bibs.
Each year, Gardinerites gather outside Town Hall for a Tree-Lighting Ceremony, preceded by a parade through the hamlet with a fire engine blaring carols over a loudspeaker and a performance by the students of Take the Leap Dance Company upon arrival.
In New Paltz, the place to be for a sense of immersion in the Spirit of Christmas Past is of course Historic Huguenot Street.
An accident during the snowfall Monday evening in New Paltz involving a chartered bus reportedly carrying extras from the Showtime
Last week, election officials completed their count of absentee and affidavit ballots, leaving Democrat Dave Clegg with a 45-vote lead over Republican Mike Kavanagh. On Wednesday, Dec. 4, both sides appeared in court to begin the process of counting or dismissing 289 ballots that have been subject to challenges.
New owner Michael Ciavolino, a Long Island transplant, said he wanted to create, “a real neighborhood store, but with the same convenience as Amazon.” To that end, Majestic’s Hardware will now deliver any order costing $25 and up to your front door the next day.
Investigations conducted by this month by the Ulster County Department of Social Services Special Investigation Unit, in conjunction with the
“Theater is such a great tool. It can help you achieve amazing things,” says Nancy Owen.