With a heat wave forecast for this weekend, local officials have announced the following cooling centers will be open.
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About 15 residents of Big Indian and Oliverea came to the July 1 Shandaken town board meeting to protest the town’s failure to clean up several properties in the hamlet of Big Indian, despite complaints at the June meeting about a junked car lot, a perpetual yard sale, and a stripped-down, unsecured store.
Woodstock Library trustees delivered on their plans to present a 2020 spending plan with no tax increase, mostly through the application of surplus funds and adjusting items that have come in under budget in the current fiscal year.
A State Supreme Court justice approved the pistol permit over the strenuous objections, on the grounds of the killer’s repeated run-ins with town police, of Sheriff Juan Figueroa, Sheriff’s Chief Civil Administrator John McGovern and Saugerties Police Chief Joe Sinagra.
Woodstock Library trustees may present voters with a zero tax levy increase if it uses its surplus funding from prior years and finds cuts in other places.
Sometimes, land-use issues are major, involving large developments that will permanently change a community. Other times, they are small and involve only neighbors. What the latter lacks in wider impact it makes up for in the intensity of feeling among those affected.
“The topography of the area that makes it beautiful makes it difﬁcult to get cell coverage.”
The Supreme Court case that’s pitched public access television pioneer DeeDee Halleck, a long time Woodstocker, against the New York City-designated nonprofit that administers its public access channels was decided against her this week in a 5-4 decision, with the Court’s newest member Brett Kavanagh writing the majority opinion.
According to the results of the survey devised by the Shandaken Short-Term Rental Committee, respondents are, as expected, divided on whether and how to regulate STRs in the town. At the committee’s June 10 meeting, town supervisor Rob Stanley said he will not be a member of the new committee that will be formed to draft regulations now that the survey has been completed.
In the communication between pharmacies and insurance companies, Pharmacy Benefits Managers, such as Caremark, OptumRx, and Express Scripts, are intended to help handle transactions, navigating through the tangle of insurance plans, regulations, and prescription options. But the Pharmacists’ Society of the State of New York says the system is being abused for the profit of Pharmacy Benefits Managers and the downfall of independent community pharmacies.