November 21, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Bonding Requirement For Contractors Dropped At County Level Rules Committee sites lack of enforceability

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Philipstown To Officially Purchase Town Park Land From OSI For $1

At the November 1 meeting of the Philipstown Town Board, the Board indicated their plans to purchase the land at the Philipstown Town Park for $1. More...

Cold Spring To Seek Grant Or Low Cost Loans To Help Fund $1.3m Sewage Treatment Plant Rehab Project

by Claudia Gibson More...

Public Notices

Recyclables will not be picked up in the Village of Cold Spring on Friday, Nov. 23 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. The regular pick up schedule will resume on Friday, November 30. More...

Schools

College Fair Opens Up Opportunities For Students

Looking through the myriad of booklets and glossy information packets would make the casual passerby curious for more, but when you More...

Poughkeepsie Day School Open House

Poughkeepsie Day School will hold its annual admissions Open House for parents interested in learning about its Lower School program (pre-kindergarten through fourth grade) on Wednesday, November 28 from 7 to 8:30pm. More...

Putnam Valley Auction To Benefit High School Students

All are invited to the second annual "Tag It - Grab It More...

Sports News

Putnam Valley Parks And Recreation Upcoming Events

For more information on these programs, call the PV Parks & Rec office, 265 Oscawana Lake Road Putnam Valley, NY 10579 (845) 526-3292. More...

Haldane Modified Football Ends Season

Coming from a 0-6 season last year, the Modified Football Team of Haldane began the season working hard to improve on last year More...

2001 Philipstown Recreation Soccer Recap

Ending one of the most successful seasons in recent memory the 2001 Philipstown Recreation Soccer season will be remembered for its close games. In fact, 1 out of every 4 games played this season ended in a tie. More...

Putnam Valley Adopts 2002 Budget With 0% Tax Increase Living Springs development debated once more

At the Wednesday November 14 Putnam Valley Town Board meeting, the Board approved taking approximately $367,700 out of the fund balance surplus to achieve a 0% tax increase budget for the year 2002. More...

Philipstown Board Continues To Grapple With Budget Mazzuca feels WTC disaster impact on state could trickle down to local aid

To witness the financial fallout from September 11, look no further than the Town of Philipstown. More...

Haldane Board Considers Reconstruction Of Merritt And Garage/Administration Buildings Superintendent Di Natale conveys his thanks to the Haldane community

At the November 14 meeting of the Haldane Board of Education, Board President Paul Kaye thanked the community for their support of Superintendent of Schools John J. DiNatale and his family, after the recent tragic death of their son, Kristofer. More...

County Pay Raises To Be Smaller Than Planned Personnel Committee approves reduction in salary increases

At last week More...

Bondi Urges Putnam Residents To Register For WTC Assistance

County Executive Robert Bondi is urging all county residents who were directly affected by the September 11th attack to call 1-800-462-9029, the Federal Emergency Management Agency More...

Auditors Caution Putnam Valley Board of Education That Conditions Have Changed Board approves participation in Model Congress and 4% raise in admin salaries

In presenting the 2001 external audit report to the Putnam Valley Board of Education last Thursday November 15, Les Storch of the accounting firm Bennett, Kielson, Storch, DeSantis and Company cautioned board members that "business conditions ha More...

Letters to the Editor

Need To Have Enlightened Confidence In School Administration Dear Editor,

It is typical of defenders of the Garrison School Board and its superintendent(s) that they reduce themselves to gutter fighting by attacking their critics personally to create a smoke screen rather than dealing with the questions raised. More...

Blood Drive Was An Unqualified Success Dear Brian:

I More...

Suggests Use For Nelsonville Firehouse Dear Editor:

I would like to use this publication to reach out to the good people residing in Philipstown, Garrison, Nelsonville and Cold Spring, about our communities More...

Briefly Noted

Christmas Tree Farms Abound in Dutchess County, New York

Come home for an old-fashioned Christmas to Dutchess County, New York. Finding and cutting your own tree is a family activity never to be forgotten. More...

Christmas Centerpiece Workshop At Mount Gulian

Mount Gulian Historic Site in Fishkill will hold a Holiday Centerpiece Workshop on Friday, December 7 at 7pm. The instructor is local floral designer, Darcy Clayton. More...

A Mental Health Response To Terrorism

Project Liberty, coordinated by the Department of Mental Hygiene and in collaboration with Astor Community-Based Services, the Mental Health Association in Dutchess County, and St. More...

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