March 7, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Philipstown Town Board Plans 3-Day Land Use Workshop, Or "Charrette," In April

by Claudia Gibson More...

Anthony Patinella Seeks Re-Election To Cold Spring Village Board

Anthony Patinella is running for his tenth term as a Village of Cold Spring trustee. He currently serves as the Deputy Mayor. He is also on the Finance, Auditing and Personnel committees. He is a 1968 graduate of Siena College and holds a B.S. More...

Budget Presentations Continue At Haldane Board Of Education Meeting Rendering of new elementary school to be presented at Haldane Board meeting on March 13

Last week the Haldane Board of Education sent out a flyer, "Hadane Hi-lites." It spelled out the challenges facing the Long-Range Planning Committee and the Board. More...

County Legislature To Decide Whether Or Not To Support Dredging The Hudson

Until April 17th, the EPA will listen to public comment on whether to have the General Electric Company dredge the Hudson River to remove the PCBs, or allow the PCBs to remain at the bottom of the river. More...

P.V. High School Facilities In Full Use For Cheerleading Festival And Theatre Club Show

The new gym of the Putnam Valley High School reverberated last weekend with the sounds of cheers, and this weekend the Performing Arts Center will vibrate with the sounds of Cole Porter, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim and other Broadway composer More...

Coming Events

Letters to the Editor

One Man’s Selfish And Greedy Act Dear Editor,

I have been a lifelong resident of the Hudson Valley. My husband, Steve and I currently enjoy life in the Catskills. However, what happens on the Fort Montgomery, Cold Spring, Beacon, Newburgh, etc. More...

The Destiny Of The New Cardinal Editor:

Edward Egan is the new Catholic cardinal of the Archdiocese of New York which includes Cold Spring and Putnam County. When Pope John Paul II goes to heaven, Cardinal Egan may be elected the next pope. More...

Lost, Stolen Or Strayed?

To the Editor: More...

Garrison Residents Must Submit Requests For Private Or Parochial School Transportation

Parents living in the Garrison Union Free School District whose children are planning to attend a private or parochial school for the 2001-2002 school year and are seeking transportation for these children, must submit written notice of their intent More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

Due to the snowstorm, Village of Cold Spring garbage collection will be done on Thursday, March 8th. More...

Another Attempt Builds In Effort To Get Open Spaces On The Ballot In November

In Carmel on Tuesday, February 20th, the Putnam County Legislature More...

Putnam Valley Environmental Commission Votes Yes On Hudson River Dredging Commission works on revising their environmental charter

In a unanimous decision, the Putnam Valley Environmental Commission, chaired by Don Laurence, voted to approve the proposal made by Croton Mayor Bob Elliot to support the EPA More...

County Legislature To Decide Whether Or Not To Support Dredging The Hudson

Until April 17th, the EPA will listen to public comment on whether to have the General Electric Company dredge the Hudson River to remove the PCBs, or allow the PCBs to remain at the bottom of the river. More...

Town Board Public Hearing Results In Zoning Changes On Special Use Permits, Proposed Water Conservation Law And Claiming Responsibility For Town Cemeteries Town makes land available for senior center

The Putnam Valley Town Board held a public hearing on Wednesday, February 28th to hear public comments on proposed Zoning Law changes as requested by the Master Plan Review Committee. More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R

Obituaries  Free Access 

Marjorie L. Squires

Marjorie L. Squires, age 85, of Cold Spring, NY died on Wednesday, February 28, 2001 at St. Luke More...

Anne (Maisie) O’Connor

Anne (Maisie) O More...

Briefly Noted

Garrison School Seeks Student Transportation Requests

Parents living in the Garrison Union Free School District whose children are planning to attend a private or parochial school for the 2001-2002 school year and are seeking transportation for these children, must submit written notice of their intent More...

Bluebird Bonanza at Stony Kill Farm

"Fly" over to Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center on Suinday, March 11 at 2:oopm ;to take part in their Bluebird Box Bonanza. Learn all about New York State More...

Celebrate the Return of the Bald Eagle to the Hudson

Have a "close encounter with birds of prey. Come and see live birds of prey, including a bald eagle, a golden eagle, hawks, owls, falcons. Learn how the eagle made its comeback from the brink of extinction. More...

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