The town has extended the Mill Hill Road project by about two weeks, seizing on an opportunity to replace some sections of sidewalk on the state’s dime.
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The Woodstock Library budget passed overwhelmingly in September 6 balloting, by a margin of 511-166.
In the posting, the teen said he wanted to go the school and “shoot it up” right now, and that he didn’t care if he went to jail. He was charged with the felony of making a terroristic threat.
The three architects chosen as finalists presented to library trustees and the public their proposals for a new Woodstock Library facility with cost projections ranging from about $4.9 million to $7.2 million.
Got a spare $20 million on hand? Ready to finally fork over for those 260 acres with nine buildings, gorgeously overlooking the Hudson River and distant Catskill Mountains?
Library trustees and the public will get their first look at proposals and models for a new library building at presentations August 25 at the Mescal Hornbeck Community Center.
Woodstock Library trustees unanimously voted to hold a referendum for dissolution of the district during the November 6 election, but not without some statements in defense of keeping the current form of governance intact.
The planned alcohol sales at a boutique hotel had been the focus of a neighborhood controversy.
Ulster County recently saw the completion of a “data mining” expedition into short-term rentals by a third party company hired last spring, and is currently sending out notices to all Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway and other such hosts reminding them about the county occupancy taxes they owe.
The high-end boutique hotel being built behind the Center for Photography at Woodstock between Tinker Street and the former Hillcrest Ave., now Sgt. Richard Quinn Drive, has proven controversial— particularly the plan to add a bar and café with alcohol sales.