With overwhelming support from testifying residents to bolster them, New Paltz Town Council members voted unanimously last Thursday to pass a law which formally limits cooperation by town police officers with agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Streamy McStreamface, take a back seat: There’s a new frontrunner in the contest to name the small waterway that passes behind the Rosendale Recreation Center on Route 32.
A look at two local hotel plans, one traditional and one non-traditional. What do they have in common? Both would like a tax break from the county.
It’s an age-old question in politics: How long should the same individual be permitted to hold the same power-wielding post?
Five residents are each seeking one of the two four-year trustee seats, including one incumbent. The election is May 2.
Historic Huguenot Street is constructing a replica Munsee Native American wigwam to celebrate the 340th anniversary of the signing of the 1677 land agreement between the Munsee Esopus sachems and the Huguenot refugees.
The New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce is planning their first-ever Home and Garden Show at Wallkill View Farm, 15 Route 299, this Saturday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free and the public is welcome.
This year’s Earth Day Fair at the Reformed Church will be held Saturday, April 22.
Business owners have been supportive, citing higher foot traffic.
In the past, the Legislature has passed resolutions that weighed in on state and national issues. From now on they’ll have to stick to more narrow and local matters.