City lawmakers voted Tuesday to approve funding to replace a section deteriorated section of the Pike Plan canopy in Uptown Kingston. The council did not weigh in on the long-term fate of the system of covered porticos which shelters sidewalks on Wall and North Front streets.
A city-sponsored survey shows broad support for maintaining the Pike Plan canopies among those who live, work and shop in Uptown Kingston. But a majority of property owners whose buildings abut the netowk of covered sidewalks on Wall and North Front streets want to see them removed.
Mayor Steve Noble wants the Common Council to approve his plan to eliminate a special tax on owners of property abutting the Pike Plan canopy, and dissolve a commission that oversees upkeep of the structure.
He called it an honest mistake, but the mayor and corporation counsel — as well as the city’s ethics board
A Kingston alderman has been called before the city’s ethics board, but nobody connected with the case will say exactly
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Four months after the mysterious appearance of red goats spray-painted on planters in Uptown Kingston sparked a spirited debate about
By DB Leonard A red emblem stenciled on the off-white planters in the Stockade district of Uptown Kingston has attracted
Nearly six years after planning began for the restoration of the Pike Plan canopies and other streetscape improvements in Uptown Kingston,
The mystery of the red goats of Uptown Kingston may be coming to a close. Late Wednesday evening, Kingston Police