It doesn’t take much driving around the Town of Gardiner these days to notice that a vocal opposition has developed to the Heartwood eco-cottage resort development currently proposed for a property on the north bank of the Shawangunk Kill in Tuthilltown.
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The Home of Champions project aims to convert the longtime home of former world heavyweight boxing champion Floyd Patterson and his family into a site where high-achieving youth who are aging out of foster care can hone their leadership skills.
Considerably more people in favor of the black-box theater, recently dubbed “the Denizen,” showed up for the second session of the public hearing on the proposal than did the last time.
The six-mile ride included several bicyclists who had been hit by cars, including Gabriela O’Shea, who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash the year before. The 125-plus riders urged the construction of more paved shoulders, the passage of a law protecting bicyclists from passing cars, and a general awareness among motorists and bicyclists that the roads should be shared.
For supervisor, Neil Bettez had a decisive victory with 557 votes to Marty Irwin’s 203. Daniel Torres had the most votes in the town council race (612), followed by David Brownstein’s 587 and Jennifer Ippolito, who received 236.
Candidates for supervisor will be Neil Bettez and Marty Irwin; for town board, Daniel Torres, David Brownstein and Jennifer Ippolito.
The law would impose daily penalties on landlords who did not return security deposits within a few weeks without an explanation. Another clause would saddle the losing party with legal fees if the question was brought to court.
New Paltz Village Planning Board members, during a special meeting held August 29, methodically discussed their views about the environmental
The 70-seat Denizen Theatre would be located next to Water Street Market in the village. It would feature live performances.
To mark the anniversary of Gabriela O’Shea’s bike accident and to celebrate her recovery, a slow bike ride from the new car-free zone on Huguenot Street to the corner of Butterville Road and Route 299 West in New Paltz will take place on Monday, September 11.