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With the Lloyd building moratorium about a month old, representatives of eight development projects are seeking waivers from the Town Board to allow their clients projects to move forward. Last week, … more
Lloyd Police Chief James Janso gave his first monthly report to the Town Board after assuming the interim position on February 1. Chief Janso highlighted the main activities of his department for … more
Last week the Marlboro School Board began the process of compiling a budget for the 2020-21 school year. Superintendent Michael Brooks started the discussion by promising there will be no increase in … more
Estimates put the number of people who attended last Friday evening’s fundraiser for Paul Hansut at more than 500. The banquet room at Novellas in New Paltz was filled to capacity with family, … more
After a Freedom Of Information Law (FOIL) request was submitted by the Southern Ulster Times, the minutes of a September 26, 2019 meeting were released by the Town of Lloyd. This meeting was held at … more
It’s time to get out of the house and start enjoying the winter weather at the 22nd annual Winterfest on the Hudson Valley Rail Trail. Winterfest, hosted by the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, … more
On Sunday, February 9, the Hudson River Maritime Museum is pleased to offer two public programs centered around water in Ulster County as part of the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit, on view at the … more
Last week Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan returned to his Alma Mater, Kingston High School, to deliver his first State of the County address. The audience was filled with hundreds of students from … more
Congressman Sean Maloney (NY-18) held his last “Speaking with Sean” town hall in New Windsor this past Sunday. The town hall took place in the New Windsor Justice Hall. The room was … more
Pastor Jason Ham of Grace Community Church, with sites throughout Orange County, including Newburgh and Washingtonville, is a man with a passion for helping others. Grace Community Church will host … more
Last week members of the agri-tourism group Meet Me in Marlborough updated the Town Board on what they are doing and hoping to accomplish in 2020. Founding member Sheila Mannese said they have … more
Last week the Marlboro Board of Education authorized a resolution to allow Superintendent Michael Brooks to begin negotiating a labor agreement for the $19.49 million Vision 2020 Capital … more
On Friday evening Richard Gerentine was recognized at a special retirement dinner by colleagues, family and friends for his many years of dedicated public service to Ulster County and to the people … more
The Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society (TOLHPS) will bring back popular historian John Duda to talk once again about railroads. But this time, the man who recently shared the story of … more
It’s time once again for the Hudson Valley Rail Trail’s Annual WinterFest. The event will be held on Saturday, February 8, from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Depot at … more
“It only took 21 days for it to filter down to our local municipality,” said a visibly upset Maybrook Police Sgt. Michael Maresco. He was referring to the New York State criminal justice … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Director of Economic Development Bill Fioravanti have announced that the County will host a forum in collaboration with the Hudson Valley Economic … more
The call on a structure fire that came in to the Marlboro Fire Department at 3:27 p.m. last Wednesday afternoon was truly frightening; there was a possibility that a child may be inside the residence … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board passed a temporary building moratorium by a vote of 4-1. The moratorium’s stated intent is to allow the town, “time to evaluate and update its comprehensive … more
With the impending retirement of Lloyd Police Chief Daniel Waage at the end of this month, the Town Board appointed Lt. James Janso as the Acting Police Chief, effective February 1. In addition, … more
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