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Hundreds of New Yorkers, including local Hudson Valley residents and others from Manhattan and Brooklyn, expressed their opposition to the Danskammer Power Plant in a two-part public hearing comment … more
After a lengthy time in the site plan process, the Lloyd Planning Board recently approved The Views at Highland, a mixed use, two building development project, each with two-stories on a 3 acre site. … more
The Town of Lloyd Events Committee hosted an Easter drive-thru for kids at the Highland Elementary last Saturday. About 180 families signed up for time slots that allowed an orderly flow of cars in … more
On March 30 Lloyd resident Maureen Flaherty sent a letter to the Town Clerk & Records Officer Wendy Rosinski, Supervisor Fred Pizzuto, Zoning Board Chairman John Litts and Building Department … more
The Town of Marlborough Planning Board flew through a short agenda Monday April 5, though no approvals were prescribed — none of the applications were fully completed as they were presented on … more
New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Vincent Sapienza has announced that work has been completed on the final concrete lining for the Delaware Aqueduct Bypass … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo last week announced three major Port Authority of New York and New Jersey initiatives to re-energize New York Stewart International Airport and the surrounding region as air … more
After significant disagreements and charges of a lack of information at the March 25th Marlboro School Board, their members scheduled a special meeting two days later and voted on what the schedule … more
Last spring Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued Executive Order 203, requiring all municipalities across the state to have local law enforcement and community members compile Police Reform and Reinvention Plans … more
During the pandemic the Town of Marlborough has not let the little things slip away for the children. They gave out candy for Halloween, drove Santa around town to greet the kids in December and last … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Tuesday updated New Yorkers on the state’s vaccination program. 172,128 doses have been administered across the state’s vast distribution network in the last 24 … more
With the close of the petition filing period for 2021 elections last week, the Ulster County Democratic Committee (UCDC) is pleased to announce that the Board of Elections deemed all petitions for … more
On Wednesday, March 24, community leaders and activists came together at the Safe Harbors Green in Newburgh to call for a $3.5 billion excluded workers fund, which would support undocumented workers, … more
The massive Mohonk Preserve may soon grow by nearly 25 acres, which seems insignificant compared to its 8,000 existing acres, but is being done with the intention of better protecting the Hudson … more
In mid-March, six women of Asian descent (and two others) were killed in shootings at spas in the Atlanta area, sparking anti-racism rallies across the country. It comes after a year of hate towards … more
On Tuesday, March 16 members of the Lloyd Town and Planning Boards met in a joint meeting to discuss the Village in the Hudson Valley project that has been proposed by developer Mark Sanderson for … more
Sorry kids — Summer camp in Marlborough may be suspended for a second year in a row. At the March 22 Town Board meeting, Town Supervisor Al Lanzetta solemnly relayed that there may be too … more
Although celebrations and parades for St. Patrick’s Day have been curtailed because of Covid 19, the Marlboro-Milton Lions Club delivered a little bit of Irish cheer to their town’s … more
The Stewart’s Shops Corporation is seeking to construct a 3,850 sq/ft convenience/gas station in the Highway Business District on the corner of Route 9W and Chapel Hill Road in the Town of … more
A sign that points to an emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic is the scheduling of events. The Plattekill Town Board began that process last week when it approved a town-wide yard sale for … more
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