If 2016 was the Year of the Chicken in the Town of Ulster, 2017 is shaping up to be the Year of the Cat.
Members of Ulster Hose No. 5 are raising money and awareness for childhood cancer research as part of the second Ulster County St. Baldrick’s Day fundraising event. Local groups and individuals will have their heads shaved in solidarity with children living with cancer at the event on Sunday, March 5.
The mall has been in receivership since June when its owner defaulted on its debt. Two anchor stores closed in the last two years: JCPenney in 2015 and Macy’s earlier this year.
The $11.26 million spending plan that would increase spending by 0.57 percent over the current budget and would increase residential property taxes by 0.93 percent.
“Amongst this board there is great consensus that this is an issue between neighbors, and it should be addressed between neighbors.”
Ulster town officials have continued pushing for the closure of Buck’s junkyard on Route 213, issuing an order to remedy against the owner of an adjacent property to remove cars and automotive parts that have crossed the property line from the property owned by Don Mackenzie.
Town Supervisor James Quigley pointed out that the potential loss in tax revenue from the Hudson Valley Mall tax assessment case is about equal to what the town would have received if the Niagara Bottling Plant proposal had gone forward.
The lowering of the property tax assessments of a number of parcels at TechCity doesn’t just mean a decrease in
The tension which marked previous discussions was mostly absent from an Ulster Town Board public hearing on a proposed animal
Cats are indeed creatures of mystery, so we’ll never know exactly how Izzy got from her home all the way