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The COVID-19 Commemoration Commission has extended the deadline for submitting design proposals from artists for a sculpture that will become the centerpiece of a memorial garden in Ulster County. … more
The Newburgh City Council and City Manager Todd Venning announced the suspension of metered parking on November 26 and 27 to support Downtown Newburgh’s 4th Annual Shop Small Weekend, and all … more
City of Newburgh Police Commissioner José A. Gomérez announced the apprehension and arrest of Lamont Williams on a warrant issued for the September 29 homicide of 29-year-old City of … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board voted to reschedule and circulate public notices for a town code required balloon test on Saturday, December 10 for a proposed Verizon Wireless cell tower project. … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved to refer to the Town Board the project known as Chadwick Woods for approval on three lots on a private driveway and to review town water access for … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved a negative declaration and set a public hearing for January 5 for the project known as “Unity Place Warehouse” on Thursday, November 17. … more
The New York State Bridge Authority has extended the hours of operation for the pedestrian and bicycling pathway on the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The expanded … more
The search is on to appoint a new Poet Laureate for the city of Newburgh. Set to serve a two-year term, beginning in 2023, the new Poet Laureate will be responsible for promoting and emphasizing the … more
St. Mary’s Outreach will be hosting their November Giving Day on Friday, November 18 at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center located at 321 South William St. The gate to the event opens at nine in … more
The project known as “Britain Woods” will return on December 15 for a public scoping session to collect resident feedback subject to the revisions of a draft scope prepared for the Town … more
Newburgh City Council held a public hearing on Monday, November 15 to address comments and accept feedback on the proposed city budget for the Fiscal Year 2023. Several comments made by residents … more
The Newburgh City Council approved to amend the 2022 Personnel Analysis Book for the city that would delete a Desktop Technician and create a new Information and Technology Systems Administrator in … more
Newburgh City Council approved the resolution, presented by City Recreation Director Matthew Nordt, for the city manager to execute a contract with the construction firm Greenman-Pedersen, INC [GPI], … more
Newburgh City Council approved the resolution for the city manager to apply and accept if granted a New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Body Worn Camera Program Grant in the amount … more
Newburgh City Council approved the adoption of the City of Newburgh’s Consolidated Housing and Community Development Strategy and Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2023 in the total amount of … more
Newburgh City Council approved the resolution of support for New York State’s Climate Action Council Scoping Plan during their regular meeting on Monday, November 14. The state’s scoping … more
The project known as “Teitelbaum Site Plan and Special Use Permit” appeared before the New Windsor Planning Board on Wednesday, November 9 with the proposed construction of a 200,000 … more
The New Windsor Planning Board issued final approval for the project known as “Banta Hospitality’’. The final approval was recommended to be approved by the planning board’s … more
The tradition of Newburgh’s Annual Candlelight Tour of historic homes and buildings will resume this year on Sunday, December 11, from 12 - 5 p.m. For more than 40 years the Historical … more
In observance of Veterans Day, the City of Newburgh’s non-emergency departments will be closed on Friday, November 11. There will be no sanitation collection on Friday, November 11. There … more
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