May 30, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Haldane School Board Approves Contingency Budget Of $11,393,025 Tax rate increase should be just under 3%

The Haldane School Board meeting on May 22, 2001 began with special presentations from the two Student Council Representatives to the Board of Education, Kaley Kops and Brian McConville. More...

County Tax Revenues Continue To Fall Short Of Expectation Delay in Home Depot opening means no holiday season windfall

As spring 2001 gives way to another summer, and with the sunshine lasting longer each day, "Shopping Putnam" and the sales tax revenue it creates, is supposed to be producing greater numbers for Putnam County. More...

Putnam County Chapter Of American Cancer Society’s "Relay For Life" Set To Break Record

by Edward Paul Greiff More...

Putnam Valley Holds Memorial Day Services

"All I ask is that you remember me" More...

 

Letters to the Editor

Take Close Look At Bush’s Tax Cuts Dear Editor:

President George W. Bush has proposed an income tax cut that he claims will cost $1.6 trillion and will provide a More...

Philipstown’s Spring Blood Drive Well Attended Dear Editor,

Because of caring human beings, 70 units of blood were collected on May 18th. More...

Outrageous Corruption Of Political Playing Field In Putnam County Editor,

Today I announce a Declaration of Independence from the corruption of the Putnam political machine that controls our County. More...

Haldane Junior/Senior High School Principal Leaving Mr. Stella accepts position of Principal at Pelham Memorial High School

After weighing all the pros and cons, Mr. Tom Stella, Junior/Senior High School Principal at Haldane Central School, decided late Monday, May 27, to leave Haldane as of August 1, 2001. More...

Garrison Woman Hurt In Single Car Accident On 9D

On Wednesday, May 23 at about 1pm the Putnam County 911 dispatch center received a report of a serious personal injury automobile accident on Route 9D just south of the Village of Cold Spring. The Cold Spring Fire Co. No. More...

County Courthouse Project May Be Delayed Another Year

County Exec. failed to inform Legislature about $5 million cost increase in a timely fashion says Legislator Tony Hay More...

Public Notice

Due to the Memorial Day holiday, refuse and recycling in the Village of Nelsonville will be collected on Saturday, June 2nd. More...

Middle School Students Learn The Ropes At Putnam Valley Town Hall

A student-elected Town Board presided over Town Hall on Wednesday, May 23rd - Student Government Day. Although only twelve years old, this seventh grade class had a serious agenda and spoke from the heart about their concerns for Putnam Valley. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Briefly Noted

Pediatric Restraints Donated To Ambulance Corps By Hudson Valley Hospital Center

This month marks the third anniversary of trauma services at Hudson Valley Hospital Center and coincides with National Emergency Medical Services Week 2001. More...

Garrison Fish and Game Annual Children’s Fishing Derby June 17th

Bring your little "minnows" down to the 2000 Fishing Derby sponsored by the Garrison Fish and Game Club. The Derby is open to all boys and girls, up to and including 15 years of age, who are residents of Philipstown. More...

Harry Potter Magic Chemistry At Desmond-Fish Library

Come enjoy a magical chemistry show in the spirit of Harry Potter on June 2 at 2pm at the Desmond-Fish Library. More...

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