Some in the community feel nine months is longer than necessary because the town can take similar language from other towns’ zoning codes. The town supervisor says she hopes to make the necessary revisions to the town’s laws sooner.
With Central Hudson’s rates going up and New York State groping its way into an initiative it calls Reforming the
With a unanimous vote at last week’s Town Board meeting, Olive joined the trend of New York municipalities looking toward
Earlier this month, Michael Hein, the Ulster County executive, signed an executive order mandating that the county get serious about
Like Superman, Resnick Engineering Hall at SUNY New Paltz now receives power from the sun. College leaders met last week