In the coming weeks, the so-called zombie house at 508 York Street in the Malden section of Saugerties will be torn down.
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The donations would pay for a feasibility study that could attract investors, say supporters.
Saugerties has side-stepped the “sanctuary city” debate, but some see the new policy as a similar because it mentions immigration checks. ‘With unbiased policing, we don’t ask about your residency status, we’ve never done that,” said Police Chief Joe Sinagra.
State Police conducted a two-month investigation into the suspect, a prior level 2 sex offender, for having sexual contact with several minors.
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.
Is there or is there not enough parking in the village of Saugerties business district? Talk to residents, business owners or elected officials, and parking definitely is one of the major complaints you hear.
Built circa 1875, the warehouses are a reminder of an era in which Saugerties played an integral role in the industrialization of the Hudson Valley. They’re now owned by Saugerties’ most successful businessman, Tom Struzzieri, who also owns HITS and Diamond Mills, a nation-wide horse-show series and a creek-side hotel/convention center.
Hunting is the most efficient and effective way to reduce the deer population, but some object on ethical grounds.
Visitors and the estimated 400 electric-car users in Ulster County can now power up at Saugerties’ first charging station, located in front of the Small World Park near the Kiwanis Ice Arena.
Sections of sidewalk along Main and Partition streets will be replaced. Work is expected to begin this fall.