The weird land-use problems linger at the site of the Discovery Institute on Plains Road in New Paltz. This unusual property is so far off from modern health and zoning requirements that it’s difficult even to figure out how to fix it, a fact which was made quite clear when Village of New Paltz Planning Board members took a look at the latest attempt during their April 6 meeting.
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Up until now, more have wanted vaccines than could get them. In the coming weeks, that will likely be reversed.
The former location of Murphy’s is being transformed.
Topics include: Ulster BOCES students win at SkillsUSA Regionals; Saugerties Pro Musica presents Adaskin String Trio; Call for art for Olive Free Library summer group show; Wurts Street Bridge construction to begin in fall; and more.
Spring into the season and support Mohonk Preserve at the livestreamed 24th annual benefit auction on Saturday, April 17 from 7 to 8 p.m. To view auction items and learn more about the event, visit www.mohonk.givesmart.com.
As time ticks down on the six-month moratorium on the processing and approval of permits for dog kennels and breeding facilities that was imposed in Gardiner in February, the Town Board has been tweaking its draft for a new local law that would regulate kennels.
The Town of Gardiner now has a mother/daughter team volunteering on the Parks and Recreation Committee.
Ulster County will immediately cease administering the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine following recommendations by federal health authorities made after
As of Thursday afternoon, April 15, vaccination appointments are available in Kingston, Shandaken, and Marlboro. Kingston– Sign up to receive
As is often the case with local initiatives, this process was limited by the fact that most people in town just didn’t get involved.