Parts of town require more work by the highway department to keep water runoff from pooling. Should the entire town collectively pay this cost, or should it be funded through special taxing districts billed only to residents of those areas?
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The committee’s goal is to create a vibrant park and recreation center for Gardiner that can generate revenue to sustain maintenance of the grounds and facilities and fund expansion of programs and events.
In an application considered at a recent New Paltz Village Planning Board meeting, owner Mike Beck is seeking to expand the cramped kitchen of the restaurant by pushing into the adjacent barbershop, as well as create a prep kitchen underneath the dining area, which presently hangs over two parking spots around back.
A new law would mandate that customers in Ulster restaurants only be provided with a single-use plastic straw if they specifically asked for one. The proposed legislation will be the subject of a public hearing on Thursday, Sept. 20.
The NY-19 congressional poll gave Faso a 45-40 advantage, but Delgado supporters see reasons for optimism.
The Ulster County sheriff, a Democrat, was denied his party’s nod in May after taking several controversial positions during his most recent term. But only a few hundred vote at the nominating convention. The rest of the party will have its say this Thursday. At stake? The line with the most registered voters in the county.
“The movements are a little bit faster, the music is a little bit louder; all of our classes are just amped up a little bit,” says Amanda Lopez about what to expect from the yoga, barre and Buti classes at Soul Tribe, the wellness studio she recently opened in New Paltz’s Cherry Hill Plaza.
Before PCBs were outlawed by New York State in the 1970s, transformers containing the oily substance had been stored at the site.
Yet another problem of Epimethean proportions now plagues the slow-speed construction of 51 Main Street in New Paltz, and for this one owner Dimitri Viglis is seeking intervention by village trustees, requesting the right to install an underground propane tank within three feet of a village-owned parking lot.
The paving of South Putt Corners Road has been delayed and will now begin on September 5 (the first day of school with students) and continue until September 7