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Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP is pleased to announce that Michael Wagner, Esq. has been named Partner, effective July 1, 2022. He has been with the firm for over five years and has served as Senior … more
Last week, attorney John Furst, who represents developer Marc Sanderson and his Villages in the Hudson Valley, spoke to the Town Board about his client’s project. He described it as a Life Plan … more
The Town of Plattekill took the first step to dispose of six mysterious barrels that have been sitting at the town’s transfer station for at least eight years by hiring a firm to analyze the … more
On July 30, the Marlboro Fire Department will be hosting a parade to mark their 125th anniversary. The Parade is a rain or shine event and steps off is at 1pm at the High School. It then goes down … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board approved a project to replace the water storage tank on Reservoir Road. Town Engineer Andrew Learn, of CPL Architects, drew up the required construction, … more
District Attorney David M. Hoovler, and Carl LoFaro from the Hudson Valley VA Healthcare System announced that the Orange County Veteran Suicide Prevention Coalition will put out a table in the lodge … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) voted to pass H.R. 8294, a package of six appropriations bills that include over $21 million for community projects in the Hudson Valley. These local wins, announced … more
Jeff Anzevino, Director of Land Use Advocacy for Scenic Hudson, recently sent comments to Loyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak, Planning Board Chairman Scott McCarthy and the members of their respective … more
At a recent dinner at Casa Milanese, the Highland Rotary Club presented their 18th annual Service Above Self awards to Lloyd Police Chief James Janso, Jeff Paladino owner of Milton Hardware, Dillon … more
Recreation Director Kim Way likes to think of all the kids that participate in the Town of Plattekill’s Kids Summer Camp and other town programs as her own. “I tell parents when they … more
Attorney John Furst, on behalf of his client Marc Sanderson, submitted a formal application on June 28 asking the Lloyd Town Board to establish a Planned Residential Retirement District [PRRD] for … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks was honored at his recent retirement party by his family, friends, teachers and colleagues. Brooks decided to retire after being in field of education for … more
Last week the Valley Vista Adult Home and Assisted Living facility in Highland held a ‘Rejuvenation Celebration’ to honor and thank employees who have helped care for their residents … more
Increase in traffic, residential safety, and site drainage were brought forward during discussions on the proposed development project known as Overlook Farms along 9W. The proposed development … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus reminds residents that the County’s 2022 Freedom Fest fireworks show will be held on Friday, July 29 at Thomas Bull Memorial Park in … more
Town of New Windsor Police, Emergency Medical Services and New Windsor fire department personnel responded to a single-vehicular crash along Little Britain Road on Saturday, July 16. At around … more
Through the support of the local community, the Orange County Chamber of Commerce and The Chosen Few Leathernecks Motorcycle Club, the Orange County New York Veterans Center [OCNYVC] officially … more
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