When I told my best friend that I was writing an article on clutter cleaning, she told me that when she was cleaning out her attic she had found no less than three copies of Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, a decluttering classic by Karen Kingston.
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Communities throughout the Hudson Valley have begun signing on to Community Choice Aggregation agreements, which set the default electricity rates and source for municipal customers who opt in. Increasingly, these programs use renewable energy, allowing climate-conscious consumers to help the environment without adding solar panels to their own properties.
Stuck at home? For some families who had space to spare in their homes or yards, the answer was obvious: Build them a new play structure, or add onto an existing one. Better yet, let the kids help!
Can’t make it to a vaccination site? Ulster County residents can sign up to get vaccinated at home.
The developers of the commercial project proposed for the “pit” property at Plattekill and Hasbrouck avenues in New Paltz will have to reach an agreement about what rights are reserved to village government as that parcel of land has changed hands over the years.
The large development project called New Paltz Apartments, which would provide beds for 650 people just south of the college campus along South Manheim Boulevard, will require a massive amount of expert help if volunteer planning board members want to be thorough in their review
In Gardiner, two terms on the Town Board will end in 2021. And whichever of the three candidates currently vying for them prove successful, the tenor of council meetings seems almost certain to change. Meeting length might also increase, given that the two new contenders are both known for being considerably more confrontational than the laid-back incumbent who has decided to retire, David Dukler.
Voting in five Ulster County towns as well as parts of the City of Kingston begins Saturday, June 12, for Democratic voters to select candidates to hold the Democratic Party line in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
The Village of New Paltz and the youth action team of the Maya Gold Foundation organized an impromptu Pride in the Park festival last Saturday and hundreds of locals attended.
After a year of plastic cups, distanced tables and takeout specials, restaurants are finally able to return to near-normal service just in time for summer tourist season. Customers are ready. Restaurant owners are ready. But servers and cooks are not.