At its annual organizational meeting, the Woodstock Town Board made appointments to boards and commissions and set rules for conducting of business for the year.
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Today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) released the following statement: “Yesterday, a core tenet of our democracy – the peaceful
The margins separated victory and defeat in two local state senate contests were so slim as to defy clear analysis about the electorate. Looking forward, New York Democrats could be planning ways to redraw the district maps to increase their chances.
Having steered the Town of Woodstock through a year marred by the Covid-19 pandemic, Supervisor Bill McKenna is looking forward to a 2021 that hopefully sees it out of this situation and into better times.
A survey is intended to identify people who have a home and the questions will help them consider if opening their home to a renter is appropriate for them, Goldman explained. Rental income could help with bills and the renter could help with chores or provide companionship in exchange for a below-market rent.
The Ulster County Department of the Environment is seeing some updates after a resolution was adopted (18 to 4) during the County Legislator’s December 15 session. The amendment creates a shift from having a coordinator of the environment to a director instead. The coordinator and soon-to-be director is Amanda LaValle of Kingston.
Twenty years after the passing of former Kingston Mayor Frank Koenig, an important figure in local Demoratic politics, Kelleigh McKenzie said she was seeking to restore the county Democratic committee as the link to the neighborhoods. The new grass-roots party structure she hopes to strengthen will be a return to politics at the granular level, with each of the county’s wards and election districts as its building blocks.
While more visible hereabouts as a singer/songwriter, McKenzie has been an effective behind-the-scenes political operative for the past decade.
Two closely watched State Senate seats in the mid-Hudson have flipped, one from blue to red and the other from red to blue, as votes too close to call on Election Night 2020 continue to be tallied.
The town applauded some businesses for alerting the public about positive tests among staff, and chided others for not disclosing information.