April 18, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Cold Spring Village Tax Rate To Hold Steady In ‘01-‘02

At a budget hearing held by the Village of Cold Spring on Tuesday, April 10, Treasurer Richard Keller said that village residents could expect no increases to the tax rate for the coming year. More...

Roadside And Waterfront Cleanup April 28-29

The Town of Putnam Valley will be conducting a Town-Wide Roadside and Waterfront Clean Up on Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29, 2001 for the removal of litter from Roadsides and Waterfronts ONLY! More...

Elected Officials Push For Ten Million Open Space Funding County-level administration or Home Rule debated in County Legislature

Open spaces are disappearing all over Putnam County and the battle between economic development and preserving Putnam More...

Putnam Valley Hydro-Geological Study Nears Completion

HydroEnvironmental Solutions Inc., the engineering firm engaged by Putnam Valley Town Board to do a local aquifer study, presented their preliminary report at a special Town Board work session held Wednesday, April 11th at Town Hall. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Author Of The Week Surprises And Is Surprised By The Students

Each week, the Haldane Kindergarten classes focus on the work of one author. This week More...

Language Immersion Summer Sessions At SUNY New Paltz

Slip out of your old language, and into something new. The Language Immersion Institute at the State University of New York at New Paltz has announced its 2001 two-week summer sessions on the campus of SUNY New Paltz. More...

Cormorants Land At The Garrison School

Garrison School fifth graders were treated to a special presentation in their enrichment program about the Cormorant controversy facing many New Yorkers. More...

Sports News

Philipstown Men’s Softball League To Meet

A meeting of the Philipstown Softball League will take place on Tuesday evening, April 24th at 6:30pm at Stooges Restaurant. More...

Golf Classic Fundraiser Returns For Synthetic Turf Committee

The Second Annual Golf Classic sponsored by the Putnam Valley Synthetic Turf Committee will be held June 25th, at the Mahopac Golf Club with proceeds going toward the new Putnam Valley High School AstroTurf field. More...

Putnam Valley High School To Be Dedicated This Saturday

The Putnam Valley community is invited to celebrate the opening of the New Putnam Valley High School this Saturday, April 21, 2001. More...

Haldane Board Reduces Cost Of New Elementary School By $1 Million Board plans to meet every week until the end of June

At the Haldane Board of Education workshop meeting on April 10, the board was presented with a new budget for the proposed new Elementary School. Mr. Kent Johnsson from the architectural firm EYP, supported by Mr. More...

Cold Spring Police Issue Scam Alert

The Cold Spring Police Department has received information of a "scam" targeting area businesses, particularly restaurants and catering halls. More...

Philipstown Town Board Looks At New Cell Tower Law Consultant recommends 3-month moratorium on approvals until new law is enacted

At the April 11 meeting of the Philipstown Town Board, consultant Richard Comi of Comi Telecommunication Services presented the Town with a proposed new ordinance covering wireless communications towers. More...

More Talk but No Action on Tooth Fairy Study County seeks to pass the buck to State or Federal leaders

The tooth fairy and his arch nemesis squared off once again on the subject of the hazards of living near a nuclear power plant and both presented their arguments to the Putnam County Legislature More...

Putnam Valley School Reading Scores Up, But Goals Not Yet Reached

Summer reading program may be held under Parks & Recreation Dept. umbrella More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Philipstown Planning Forum Is Rare Opportunity Letter to the Editor,

A community planning forum to be held April 27, 28 and 29th at Haldane High School will afford Philipstown residents the opportunity to express their views regarding the future direction of the Town. More...

Sheriff Thoubboron Should Continue Holding Down Taxes Editor,

So much has been written in the press in recent years about Sheriff Robert Thoubboron. More...

Getting to Know You Dear Editor:

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Briefly Noted

Westchester Community College Plans Native Plant Sale

Following up on its success last year, The Native Plant Center at Westchester Community College (WCC), is planning an even more extensive and varied plant sale this year. More...

Vassar Hosts Basic Life Support Courses

Vassar Brothers Hospital will hold a Basic Life Support Certification Class and two renewal classes for the month of May. More...

Local Woman Will Offer Presentation On Travel Mozambique

Chrissy Harrington, a member of the South Highland United Methodist Church in Garrison, traveled with the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission Team to Mozambique last August. More...

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