The flea market will feature nearly 90 vendors selling everything from art to antiques, jewelry to toys, soaps to lotions, food to collectibles.
‘I have nothing personal against Bill Murphy [mayor William Murphy],” said village trustee Donald Hackett. “This is just business.”
“What differentiates us, we’re not a clinic, we’re a community health center. In addition to accepting a lot of insurance that private providers don’t, we also have a sliding fee for patients based on their income.”
Responsible use of cannabis; Vote for Pat Ryan; Where are my cats?; Addiction treatment available; Thanks to Rhianna and Main Street Restaurant.
The proposed zoning change on Teetsel Street to allow for twelve townhouse units. Current zoning allows for single-family and two-family homes, but not for attached townhouses.
“I want people to come in here and feel like they’re going to spend time with their girlfriend, or at a friend’s house. I want them to be comfortable.”
Town supervisor Fred Costello Jr. said the commission will give local artists more opportunities to get grants, as well as the ability to codify all of Saugerties’ artistic resources into one database.
Change has arrived at the Sawyer Savings Bank in Saugerties. Cindy Saporito, senior vice president and chief operating officer of the bank she started working at as an auditor fresh out of Ulster County Community College 33 years ago last month, has been named to the 147-year-old financial institution’s board of trustees.
Supporters of county executive candidates make their cases; Who decides about art?; No dumbing it down.
Twenty-seven area police personnel from nine departments graduated from a Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) session, conducted in 40 hours over a week-long period, on Friday, Feb. 1.