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Last week Lloyd Building Department Director Dave Barton tackled a few big items in his report to the Town Board, saying that his department has been working with the Highway and Water & Sewer … more
This summer, Ulster County launched an aggressive safe-driving campaign – and on Monday, July 8, Marlborough Police Chief Gerald Cocozza briefed Town Board members and interested citizens on … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak introduced Victoria Reid, who was hired as a grant writer for the town. She also serves as the Deputy Budget Director for Ulster County and oversees their … more
A new face is at the head of the Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library, as Raven Fonfa looks to open up portals to new worlds through enhanced literary appreciation and community programming. Fonfa … more
The Marlboro Central School District Board of Education (BOE) held a reorganization meeting on July 1, where members took the oath of office and made various appointments, including Cindy Storno as … more
Last week the Lloyd Police Department held a graduation ceremony for residents who attended the Civilian Police Academy. The 6 week course was held in the evening, once a week for three hours and was … more
Plattekill Supervisor Dean Depew recently gave an update on what and when new recreation facilities will be built at the town park. Two Pickleball courts will be constructed by SportPro of Wycliffe, … more
With concerns about global warming and better caring for Mother Earth on many minds, the Reduce-Reuse-Recycle basics have almost become a mantra. But have you ever finished a bottle of water, … more
The Department of Public Works (DPW) announced today that the Ulster County Pool, located at 241 Libertyville Road in New Paltz, will be closed for the season due to ongoing water loss issues. … more
The community is becoming greener as the Plattekill Planning Board continues to make progress on developing a solar project in Highland. Carson Power — a company building solar and storage … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger announced Monday the launch of “Safe Start to Summer 2024,” a three-week road safety campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of speeding and … more
At last week’s meeting Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak updated the board and the public on the status of the Highland Hamlet Streetscape project. He noted that the town has received a grant from … more
The board approved a resolution that raised a number of fees in the fee schedule for escrow accounts: the initial deposit per lot for a Lot Line realignment/revision from $250 to $350; the initial … more
SUNY New Paltz President Darrell P. Wheeler and Kingston Mayor Steve Noble have announced that “Sojourner Truth: First Step to Freedom, 1826,” a bronze statue of the 19th century civil … more
The West Point Band will present its annual Independence Day Celebration with fireworks on Saturday, July 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Trophy Point Amphitheater. In case of inclement weather, this outdoor … more
Last week the Marlboro Central School District held its 88th Commencement Ceremony to honor 154 students that made up the Class of 2024. The class processed out onto the football field to the music … more
Last week the Highland School district graduated 129 students in the Class of 2024. High School Principal Dr. Kevin Murphy welcomed everyone to the graduation ceremony. Dr. Murphy urged the … more
The Wallkill community celebrated over 200 graduates on Friday, June 28 with the annual Wallkill Senior High School Commencement Ceremony. Smiles, cheers and tears were presented on the faces of … more
The New York State Public Service Commission on June 20, approved a settlement valued at $64.59 million with Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation (Central Hudson), and up to an additional $2 … more
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