While the district is seemingly in a state of flux with the departure later this month of longtime Superintendent Seth Turner, school officials are touting the new school year as one which enhances the educational experience without losing anything in the process.
The merged Saugerties High School and John A. Coleman Catholic High School boys varsity soccer team is off to a stellar 2-0 start to their 2018 campaign, a season that was never guaranteed at all.
Repairs to the bulkhead, seawall and dock of the Saugerties Lighthouse are underway and are expected to finish up in mid-September.
The Saugerties Library’s proposed 2019 budget cuts spending by just over $20,000, but raises the tax levy by more than $35,000, or 6.6 percent.
The practice goes back at least a generation.
Seven years after it was breached by a tree which fell during Hurricane Irene, a dam on Plattekill Creek will be mended using funds from the NY Rising program.
Library budget and trustee vote; Saugerties – a future Long Island?; vote for VanBlarcum; thanks for the tree work; why do we need signs in school zones flashing car speed over the summer?; McCain the hero.
New solar installations are proposed for Churchland Lane and the former town dump.
State officials say that the cause of the April 21 house fire on 18-20 Russell St., which claimed one life and injured three, can’t be determined due to the structural damage to the building.
For those who were around during the fight, the mural makes perfect sense. But for younger people, some explanation is needed.