Photography Now 2017, the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual overview exhibit, opened last weekend as a popular glimpse of multiple modes being covered by the increasingly popular, all-encompassing medium.
The only contested election in Woodstock did not yield much suspense on November 7.
With 99 absentee ballots sitting in the hopper on the day after the 2017 election, and more potentially to come in before they get opened beginning Wednesday, November 15, only two votes separated Hurley town supervisor candidates Republican/Conservative/ Independence party choice John Perry (1104) and Democrat/Green/ Working Families hopeful Tracy Kellogg (1102).
Can a candidate who lost both Democratic and Republican primaries win the general election against the two opponents who defeated him? That possibility remains for former county Democratic Party chair and incumbent county legislator John Parete of Boiceville, who holds a slim 20-vote lead over Democratic challenger Kathy Nolan in the 22nd district, which includes Shandaken, Olive, Denning and Hardenburgh, with at least 217 absentee ballots still to count.
At this time of year, we pay for our shimmering green summers and picture-book snowbound winter days with long stretches of damp and grey and chill.
Woodstock is redoing is comprehensive plan. Natural resource conservation is a priority. Other topics include housing diversity, future land-use, renters, and making the town bike-friendly.
I wasn’t sure I wanted to go to Washington D.C. and do the tourist thing for a couple of days early in October. I am angry at the government, feel as if those in power are taking actions that are harmful to the general public, to you and me, in favor of those replete with wealth.
Breaking the Code is the most audacious — if modest — production in PAW’s illustrious history.
The resolution states, “The Onteora trustees recognize the Confederate Flag as a symbol of hatred and condemn it.”
New York State voters on November 7, 2017 will be asked whether there should be a constitutional convention, if convicted felons should lose their state pensions and if it should be easier for towns to use state forest land for projects.