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On February 25 Lloyd Planning Board held a public hearing on the Silver Gardens senior living project. The proposal calls for a three-story, 55,000 sq/ft complex containing 57 units for … more
When a famous baseball player hangs up his cleats they often permanently retire his number but when a family dentist does the same, we’re not sure what to call it. But one thing is for certain, … more
You may soon see the Town of Marlborough police wearing body cameras — if the county, state or federal governments provide funding for their purchase, that is. The introduction of the … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is praising today’s announcement regarding the COVID-19 vaccination process in New York State, calling it “a good first step.” “I … more
On February 26 John B. Rhodes, Chairmen of the Board on Electric Generating Siting and the Environment, sent a letter to attorney Brenda D. Colella and VP of Public Affairs Michelle Hook of … more
The Wallkill Central School District Annual Budget Vote is May 18. Persons interested in running for the Board of Education can pick up a petition, from Kelli Corcoran, District Clerk, at 1500 Route … more
After appealing to the state education department’s office of state review, the McKelvey family obtained a favorable decision from the State Review Officer (SRO). The impartial hearing … more
Last Thursday nearly 80 Marlborough seniors received the Moderna vaccine in the courtroom at the town hall in Milton after County Legislator Tom Corcoran pushed to get the shot for his constituents … more
At their last meeting in early February, the Lloyd Zoning Board of Appeals held a public hearing on former town Supervisor Ray Costantino’s request for area variances for his property that is … more
Since May 2020 the nearly $20 million Vision 2020 Capital Project has been underway at all three Marlboro school campuses. Last week the School Board gave an overview of the progress of the work that … more
The Town of Marlborough Planning Board is one step closer to developing an updated and comprehensive site plan checklist with a goal of eliminating redundancies and saving applications … more
A 17-year-old Wallkill High School student died Monday evening after apparently collapsing during football practice. The announcement of the death of Miguel Lugo was made by Superintendent of … more
The Town of Gardiner Planning Board is supportive of two Town Board initiatives that would change the way it deliberates zoning procedures, the first being the heavily-debated proposed short term … more
SUNY Orange Nursing 2 students have been gaining valuable experience in recent months, volunteering at several area hospitals as the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has begun, and Friday provided yet … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announces that after a distinguished career in public service, Director of Emergency Services Steve Peterson has announced his intention to retire. Peterson has served … more
Surveyor Patti Brooks has presented a conceptual plan for a 4 story, 90 bed hotel on Mack’s Lane before the Lloyd Planing Board. It appears this is in addition to a proposal she recently … more
Could a second Dollar General negatively impact the Town of Marlborough? Some community members seem to believe it would. Brigette Supernova was the first to raise the concern at the Planning … more
Recently Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York, sent a framed document to Ruth and James Aurigemma, “in honor of their 65 years of married love. As one of the longest married … more
The discussion of a state highway floating zone, Plattekill employee healthcare plans and a possible Easter egg hunt were the Plattekill Town Board’s focus this past Wednesday at their biweekly … more
“Using services like Airbnb and Vrbo to book farm stays were just critical to getting us where we’re at today. It helped us put food on the table, pay our property taxes, put a … more
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