New rules mean transfer stations in Ulster County can’t accept as many different types of plastics as they used to. Those plastics will instead end up in a landfill. The rules don’t affect customers of private haulers.
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After 24 years next to P&G’s, Ricci’s Barbershop has now been relocated to bigger digs slightly more downtown, in part of what was once Oasis Cafe in New Paltz.
Stock market losses in December and volatile national politics didn’t put a damper on local holiday shopping.
There was a giddy air of celebration last Wednesday, January 2 at the Mulberry House Senior Center in Middletown, where newly elected State Senate District 42 representative Jen Metzger of Rosendale was being sworn in, along with returning District 100 assemblywoman Aileen Gunther of Forestburgh.
Ritayik becomes the first woman to hold the position of chief in the 50-year history of the SUNY New Paltz University Police Department.
Legislator Tracey Bartels of Gardiner was chosen tonight as the next chair of the Ulster County Legislature, defeating previous chair Ken Ronk by a 12-11 vote.
With a Comprehensive Plan drafted in 2004 that was never fully implemented and a Zoning Code adopted in 2008 that didn’t anticipate modern trends in vacationing, the Town of Gardiner has been wrestling in recent years with development proposals that seem like square pegs in round holes.
Walsh has a lot left on her plate, following a massive multi-pronged, multiyear effort to overhaul the town’s aging infrastructure and to remedy the damage wrought by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee back in 2011.
The town supervisor discusses what’s to come in 2019, his last year in office.
The leaders of the village and town discuss upcoming projects, possible local laws and other issues.