July 19, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Cold Spring To Receive Funding From Metro-North For Pedestrian Underpass Renovation Board indicates displeasure with Scenic Hudson signs that ban motorboat launching

At the July 11 Village of Cold Spring Board of Trustees meeting, Mayor Anthony Phillips reviewed updated plans and funding for renovations to the pedestrian railway underpass at the foot of Main Street. More...

National Park Service Requests Eminent Domain Proceedings Against Graymoor

At the request of the National Park Service, the U.S. More...

Lincoln Award Presented To Pat Whittaker

At the annual Putnam Valley Republican Committee Lincoln Awards Dinner last Friday night, Carmelo Santos, Putnam Valley Town Supervisor , presented the Lincoln Award posthumously to Pat Whittaker. Pat More...

 

Schools

Garrison Students Win SPCA Writing Contest

Fifth grade students at the Garrison School were recently honored with awards for their entries in the Dutchess County SPCA Writing Contest. The talented authors wrote compositions about their favorite pets. More...

O’Neill High School Releases Final Quarter Honor Rolls

The students attaining the highest average for the fourth marking period in each class at James I. O More...

Briefly Noted

PHILIPSTOWN MOSAIC "Murder One In Cold Spring"

William Browning More...

Bruce Campbell Is Named Lion Of The Year

The Cold Spring Lions Club recently named Bruce Campbell, Lion of the Year. His dedicated service to the community over the years, especially in organizing and coordinating the Haldane Leo Club, make him well-deserving of this honor. More...

Christine Basso To Wed Scott Turner

Diane and James Basso of Beekman, NY announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Christine Marie, to Scott Turner, son of Patricia Turner of Yonkers, NY and Ralph Turner of Fishkill, NY. More...

Governor Signs Bill To Promote Recycling In New York State Legislation provides state funding for local recycling coordinators

Governor Pataki has signed into law legislation to promote and enhance recycling efforts in New York by making funding available from the State Environmental Protection Fund for local recycling coordinators and for costs associated with the planning, More...

Historical Society Sponsors Effort To Replace Missing Historical Marker

The Putnam County Historical Society has announced its sponsorship of an effort to raise enough funds (approximately $500) to replace the Benedict Arnold Historical Marker on Route 9D in Garrison. More...

Philipstown Has "Immediate" Need For Salt Shed Depot Theatre is restructured as an LDC in order to obtain future grant money

At the July 13 monthly Town Board meeting, Supervisor William Mazzuca said that Highway Department Superintendent Roger Chirico had informed the Board of the immediate need to find property for a new salt shed. More...

Health Department Says Number Of Ehrlichiosis Cases In Putnam Not Above Normal

The Putnam County Health Department has reported that they have confirmed one case of Ehrlichiosis, an illness transmitted by the deer tick, the same tick that causes Lyme Disease. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Philipstown Blood Drive This Friday Editor:

We count as individuals to the extent we involve ourselves in the lives of others. More...

Referenda Should Be Held Once Again Dear Editor:

The Article about the defeat of the Haldane Building Referendum points out a serious problem in our voting procedures on all permanent spending bills such as budgets which include hiring union employees, building school additions and the currently di More...

Seizing The Land For Special Interest Groups Dear Editor:

Power-driven bureaucrats have outrageously stretched the right of eminent domain beyond intentions of the nation More...

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