Topics include: Shout Out Saugerties, being religious, tax reform, and rail trails.
“I’ve been watching my taxes go up every year — I have a chart. It just doesn’t stop.”
With friends and family in tow, nearly 150 people flocked to the Saugerties senior center to attend the Saugerties Library’s GeekCon event.
At the behest of county executive Mike Hein, the Vietnam Travelling War Memorial will be displayed at Cantine Veteran’s Memorial Complex between July 18 and 23 in the coming year.
Democrats performed well in the races for town office but Republicans appear to have picked up a county legislature seat.
How do we make Saugerties “cooler”? On the rainy Sunday that culminated the month-long Shout Out Saugerties festivities, a panel of Saugertiesians discussed that subject in the pews of the Saugerties Reformed Church, using the suggestions jotted down on the community board situated beside Lucky’s chocolate as a springboard.
Planners expressed support for the project, but said they wanted to make sure it was done right.
County government has a greater impact on local affairs than most realize. Here’s a look at some of its responsibilities and why it matters who represents you.
The closing arguments.
The contest for state supreme court justice in the Third Judicial District pits Ulster Democrat Julian Schreibman against Albany County Republican Peter Crummey.