Letter to city says alderwoman’s anti-Alms House acts may be grounds for lawsuit.
One week before a crucial public hearing on the project, officials at RUPCO announced changes to a proposed supportive housing development at the site of the old Kingston Alms House. The new plan calls for all 66 units at the site to be restricted to residents aged 55 and over.
A proposal to create 66 units of low-income supported housing at a historic site on Flatbush Avenue will have its first public hearing next week.
With a series of critical hearings and votes coming up, RUPCO is inviting the public to see for themselves “Landmark Place” — its proposal to create supportive housing for the formerly homeless, elderly and disabled at the former city almshouse.
A fable: Former Shandaken supervisor Neil (“There’s no law west of Boiceville”) Grant and a black bear walk into a
Owing to a monumental headquarters snafu by county Republicans, Assembly candidate Jack Hayes of Gardiner may lose the GOP designation,
Officials at RUPCO say that they’re working to address lead contamination in 32 apartments at the recently opened Lace Mill
This coming Monday’s mayoral debate may not decide the Sept. 10 Democratic mayoral primary between incumbent Shayne Gallo and challenger
The debate thing: If what I hear around town about a City Hall Gallo-Noble-Polacco debate being almost set for Aug.
Vita brevis, ars longa. — Latin translation of Greek aphorism attributed to Hippocrates Six persons heavily involved with organizing the