Ulster town officials this week revealed that their request to extend the public comment period on a proposed 20-megawatt electric-generating power plant had been denied by the project’s developer, Lincoln Park DG LLC.
Jim Boice Sr. said this agri-horror show “is not for the faint of heart.”
A local resident advocated “for a certain group of creatures” noting that “dogs and cats are petrified by fireworks.”
It’s like herding cats. Literally.
Officials in the Town of Ulster are hoping the state Department of Transportation will agree to a request that vehicles on three roads — Brabrant Road, Barbarossa Lane and Wiedy Road — be officially limited to speeds of 30 mph.
The town is preparing for a possible decrease in the assessed value of the Hudson Valley Mall, which lost two anchor stores before being sold for a fraction of its former value.
Though separated by two weeks, the second half of the Ulster Town Board’s public hearing on proposed legislation to address the issue of feral cats was every bit as emotional as the first.
The Ulster County Legislature last month voted unanimously to approve a request by the Town of Ulster to rename the bridge where Sawkill Road spans the Sawkill Creek as the Chief Anthony E. Cruise Memorial Bridge.
If approved, the measure could be on the ballot in November when Supervisor James E. Quigley III runs for a fifth consecutive term.
A 48-year-old Saugerties woman was killed in a three-car crash Wednesday, March 15 at the intersection of Route 9W and Tuytenbridge Road, Ulster town police said.