Paul Hansut faces one opponent intent on unseating the incumbent as Lloyd town supervisor this year, Fred Pizzuto.
New Paltz Middle School is closed for the remainder of the day, Monday, October 16, due to a minor electrical fire in the cafeteria prior to the arrival of students. Rerouted buses took students directly to the high school auditorium, from where they were transported home again at 10 a.m. after parents were notified.
Incumbent Marybeth Majestic is seeking reelection to her second term as town supervisor for the Town of Gardiner. Her challenger is Lisa Lindsley
One-term incumbent New Paltz Town Supervisor Neil Bettez faces two challengers to his reelection bid; both his town council colleague Marty Irwin and longtime activist and gadfly MaryAnn Tozzi will also each be on the ballot.
Forays into the newest potential site for a joint municipal center — the Gateway building on North Chestnut Street — have led to more tension and more split votes at the New Paltz Town Board table.
Tax hikes range from 2.5–8 percent in the preliminary budgets of these three towns.
The library is commemorating local veterans of the Great War with a new exhibit that will run through Veterans Day, Nov. 11. The Historical Collection is open on weekdays from 1 to 5:30 p.m.
The business was sold this past April to Lekker’s original chef, Page Moll, and his wife Shala. The sign outside now reads “Hash,” but the sunny space, the casual café atmosphere and the great menu are very nearly the same.
Hunting is the most efficient and effective way to reduce the deer population, but some object on ethical grounds.
The park opens the “majesty of the Hudson” to all, and by encouraging tourism lends itself toward a “more sustainable community,” said a state lawmaker.