It was a somber and moving occasion as local veterans and sixth-grade students who had relatives that had served or are serving in foreign wars told their stories in honor of Memorial Day at the New Paltz Middle School this past Monday.
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Customers of County Waste will get a discount. Customers of different haulers who want to maintain service will need to call County Waste. The law takes effect June 1.
“My vision for this place is to walk in and be able to pretend I’m in a cafeteria at a 1985 roller rink,” says Lou Milano about his newly-opened Boombox Kitchen and Bar on Main Street.
In response to public outcry from Gardiner residents, the Gardiner Town Board decided to formally state its opposition to the draining of the Tillson Lake.
A petition presented to the New Paltz Village Board seeks “a reasonable fine” in lieu of arrests for these “minor, non-violent, victimless offenses.”
New Paltz residents who prefer their garbage picked up at home will be required to do business with County Waste as of June 1, or just bring their trash to the recycling center on Clearwater Road.
Local residents have surely noticed the road construction. Here’s what it’s all about.
It has been a long time coming, but motorists passing through downtown Rosendale and pedestrians and cyclists on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail may find that it was worth the wait — especially if they’ve been trying to figure out where to park their car to access the Rondout trestle, or how exactly to pop downtown for a cold beverage in mid-hike.
The plan is to create such a law, and then award only one license to County Waste, the owners of which submitted a bid that would cost residents significantly less than they’re paying now regardless of their present vendor. Those who spoke were not pleased with the plan.
A New Paltz farmer was seeking a retirement nest egg, and hoped to get it without selling portions of the farm off to a developer who would subdivide it. The town, county and Scenic Hudson combined to pay $387,000 to preserve the farm in perpetuity.