Topics include: In defense of Joe Maloney, the Saugerties legislator accused of an ethics violation; why is Maloney being investigated rather than the big fish?; the unmaking of America; observations on short-term rentals; criticism for politicans.
Saugerties Times | Opinion
Turkeys admittedly have small brains, and many know-it-alls who have never hunted them consider them dumb. But when it comes to hunting, they are far from dumb. Very wary by nature, they are among the most difficult quarry to target and kill.
What makes local elections sometimes unpredictable is that party-enrolled voters are more likely to cross party lines in local elections than they might when voting for state or national candidates.
It was not so much that Delgado did better than 2016 nominee Zephyr Teachout had but that Faso 2018 performed less well than Faso 2016 — an indicator of intense Democratic engagement in this year’s election.
Acorns are a symbol of abundance and security. It is said that carrying an acorn will bring you a long and healthy life and good luck. Acorns placed on a window sill will protect your home from lightning. Planting one under the light of the moon will bring luck and prosperity to you and your home.
John Faso is making his congressional race about skin color rather than issues that affect our lives, like education, and health care, and the environment, writes a reader from Ulster Park.
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.
Topics include: emergency access to Riccardi Elementary; thanks to veterans; John Faso – outsider; Delgado for Congress; Faso & Trump; 19th tossup.
Selections from this week’s print edition.
Facing the facts on the Vietnam War; Saugerties solar project; concentrate power locally; worrying about children.