In a surprise move, Woodstock Library trustee and Building Committee chair Jill Fisher has resigned from the library board to move back to Duluth, Minnesota, with her husband, Neil.
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Seeking a local strategy to combat the devastation of the opioid epidemic, Ulster County sheriff Juan Figueroa and a panel of counselors, healthcare professionals, advocates and justice-system officials outlined methods and fielded questions from a crowd of about 60 people at SUNY Ulster Wednesday, January 15.
The Woodstock Building Department and town administration are on top of alleged illegal dumping in Shady by Joe Karolys’ construction-and-demolition business.
Plans call for a $6.1 million, 5,000-square-foot visitor center at the park with an information desk, drinking water stations, restrooms, a warming hearth and more. Funding will come from a mix of state and private sources.
Why would a group want to organize such a hunt? Because coyotes are held in very low-esteem by pretty much everyone, aren’t native to the northeast and their numbers seem to be increasing. White-tailed deer hunters hate them because they prey on fawns, and reports of coyotes attacking and killing pets have been on the rise in recent years.
The Hudson Valley will see its first major snowfall this Saturday. The forecast calls for 2-8 inches total accumulation, with
Joe Karolys and the town of Saugerties spent most of 2019 fighting over three dump sites that were eventually shut down. Given that history, Woodstock wants to know Karolys is dumping at a parcel on Church Rd. in Shady.
“Activism is…better than Prozac. It lifts you out of despair.”
Corey Baker, 24, of Clintondale, pled guilty today to distributing and receiving child pornography. As part of his guilty plea,
With the next big meeting set for Jan. 22, planners are working their way through a 592-page document filed by the developer.