Local law-enforcement officials say the state’s new red-flag law will give the public a valuable tool to prevent mass shootings by getting guns out of the hands of potentially dangerous people. But gun-rights advocates worry that the law will deprive law abiding gun owners of due process and leave them vulnerable to abuse or harassment.
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The fate of the Boiceville post office’s current closure seems to be in a temporary limbo.
Approximately 50 new citizens will take their Oaths of Allegiance accepting the responsibilities of an American, while also gaining the rights and privileges afforded to most Americans by birth.
Advocates and opponents of a proposed new 12,000-square-foot library will square off.
The location was closed Sept. 7 due to a “foul odor.” For the time being, operations have shifted to the Shokan Post Office.
Events are scheduled throughout the area from Sept. 14 to 22, including displays of electric vehicles, test drives, a parade and workshop on tax credits.
Scammers are offering Medicare beneficiaries “free” screenings or cheek swabs for genetic testing to obtain their Medicare information for identity theft or fraudulent billing purposes. Fraudsters are targeting beneficiaries through telemarketing calls, booths at public events, health fairs, and door-to-door visits.
In a move that prompted applause from a large crowd of opponents in attendance, the Town of Kingston Planning Board decided to rescind its earlier “negative declaration” of environmental impact for the project.
Woodstock Library officials will have to make some important decisions about how to proceed with a planned new library in light of preliminary cost estimates.
Shandaken building inspector and zoning code officer Howie McGowan told the members of the Woodland Community Association (WCA) that the 33-foot statue Sanjay Rawal proposes to erect in Woodland Valley is not permissible under the town’s building code.