May 23, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Board Reviews Outcome Of 2020 Planning Forum Consultants urge immediate start to comprehensive plan update

The Philipstown Town Board met on May 16 to discuss the report issued by planning consultant Joel Russell concerning the Philipstown 2020 community planning workshop. Mr. More...

PV Board Of Education Adopts Contingency Budget

New appointments made; bus schedule to change; library dedicated to Kleinegris More...

 

Schools

Haldane JH/HS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Principle’s List

Grade 12 - Danielle Cooper, Maria D More...

Ralph Carlson, Jr. Graduates Marist

Cold Spring resident Ralph Carlson, Jr., graduated Marist College on May 19 with a Master of Science degree. Marist is an independent liberal arts college in Poughkeepsie. More...

William LeMon Graduates Marist

Cold Spring resident William LeMon graduated Marist College on May 19 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Marist is an independent liberal arts college in Poughkeepsie. Marist offers 29 major fields of undergraduate study and seven graduate programs. More...

Births

Joseph Thomas Clarkin

A son, Joseph Thomas Clarkin, was born on May 5, 2001 at Hudson Valley Hospital in Cortlandt to Maria and Joseph Clarkin of Cold Spring. More...

McKenzie Alesandra Costa

A daughter, McKenzie Alesandra Costa, was born on May 10, 2001 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt to Stephanie Vogt and Christopher Costa of Lake Peekskill. More...

Lucy Grace Vandermerwe

A daughter, Lucy Grace Vandermerwe, was born on April 26, 2001 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt to Stephen and Carla Vandermerwe of Cold Spring. She weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 More...

Sports News

Hudson River Rebels May Tournaments

May was good month for the Hudson River Rebels. After coming off two tough and disappointing losses in the AAU Metropolitan Qualifying Tournament they rebounded to win 5 of 7 games. More...

Highlands Lacrosse Team Defeats Old Rival

On Sat May 12, the 5th and 6th grade Highlander Lacrosse Team dominated a team that they had lost to in a previous year. The vastly improved Highlanders outscored their opponents 13 to 3. More...

Philipstown Soccer Update 3rd - 5th Division

United Marine (Coach Risher), had a great game on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Emily Marsh scored a goal in the second quarter followed by Victoria DesMarais scoring her first goal of the season bringing her team a hard won victory. More...

Sheriff Confronts Accusations Of Misuse Of County Airplane County Legislators satisfied there was no merit to the allegations

On Thursday May 17th, the Putnam County Legislature More...

State Puts The Brakes On Open Space Bond Referendum Oliverio and company to try the budget process next

At the Putnam County Legislature More...

Haldane BOE Will Put Forward Proposition #1, Property Purchase Only, For June 20 Referendum Vote Budget defeat results in savings in contingency budget of $42,429

Speaking to a larger audience than had attended any school board meeting in the last few months, Haldane Superintendent Dr. John Di Natale started the workshop meeting Monday evening, May 21, with a run-down of New York State mandates. More...

Dates For Master Plan Review Meeting & Peekskill Hollow Road Proposal Meeting Are Announced

by Edward Paul Greiff More...

Public Notices

In observance of Memorial Day the Putnam Valley Town Hall will be closed Monday, May 28, 2001. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Don’t Leave In The Middle Of Kids’ Concerts Dear Editor,

There is something that keeps happening in this town that has to be addressed. I attended the Haldane Elementary School Spring Concert on May 3, and once again I was horrified by the inconsiderate behavior of the parents in attendance. More...

Lack Of Regard For Life Dear Editor:

In an era in which the death culture is fast overtaking the culture of life, it is troublesome to hear a Garrison School Board member remark that with the controversial old white oak tree removed from the playing field at the corner of Route 9D and U More...

Keeping Cold Spring Village Clean Dear Editor:

I would like to report to my fellow residents of Cold Spring village that the garbage being dumped on the town property next to mine near the bridge on Lunn Terrence by Market Street seems to have been greatly reduced since I cleaned it up. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

OBITUARIES Philip M. Donovan

Philip M. Donovan, dedicated child care advocate, died on May 16, 2001 following a valiant battle against cancer; he was 55. More...

Betty J. Mattern

Betty J. Mattern, age 78, formerly a long-time Cold Spring resident, died Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at South Mercy Hospital in Charlotte, NC. More...

Briefly Noted

Garrison Resident Diana Roda Wins Golden Apple Award

Diana Roda, local resident and teacher at The Blue Mountain Middle School in Montrose, has won The Journal News Golden Apple Award. More...

Mahopac High School To Host Cancer Society’s Relay For Life

Mahopac High School will be the site for this year More...

Garrison School To Host Talk On Hudson River Trip

Peter Lourie, author of Hudson River, An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea will talk about his canoe trip down the Hudson on May 31 at the Garrison School at 1:30 and at the Desmond-Fish Library at 7 p.m. More...

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