December 19, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Living Nativity At Saunders Farm Planned For This Sunday

The St. Philips of the Highlands More...

Philipstown Town Board Hears Presentation From Comprehensive Plan Special Board

At the December 6 meeting of the Philipstown Town Board (see related article), the Chairperson of the Comprehensive Plan Special Board, Susan Bates, provided a brief overview of the group, including its mission, history, and progress since September. More...

Indian Point Security Review Complete FBI report finds IP secure, recommends additional steps

New York State Office of Public Security Director James Kallstrom announced last week that an FBI report with recommendations on ways to bolster the security at Indian Point has been submitted to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Entergy, and the Of More...

Sam Oliverio’s View From The Trenches

"I More...

Schools

Haldane PTA Roller Skating Party Planned For This Friday

The Haldane PTA Roller Skating Party is back! It will be held on Friday, December 21st. There will be two skating sessions. The first session is between 4:00 and 6:00 and the second between 6:30 and 8:30. The event will be held in the gymnasium. More...

A Challenging Beginning: Garrison Principal Reflects On First Months

Cheryl Basch, Garrison More...

Twentieth Annual Camp Fair The twentieth annual Westchester Camp Fair will take place at the Westchester

County Center Exhibit Hall, White Plains, on Sunday, January 27th, 2002 between 11am and 3pm. In just one afternoon, parents and their children will have an opportunity to learn about dozens of summer camps. More...

Sports News

Putnam Valley Parks And Recreation Upcoming Events The Putnam Valley Children’s Center will be running the following:

December 20, the PM Center will be having their annual Happy New Year More...

Haldane Kicks Off Inaugural Indoor Track Season

Haldane kicked off its first ever Indoor Track season December 14 at Rockland Community College. With no practice facility, Mr. "L" has had to devise innovative workouts using the hallways, parking lots, and fields of the school. The team More...

Haldane Girls On Path To Another Successful Season

Along with the boys More...

Open Space Conservancy Finalizes Purchase Of Capuchin Property In Garrison

The Open Space Institute (OSI) has announced the protection of a 93-acre Hudson River parcel located immediately south of Arden Point State Park on Rt. 9D in Garrison. OSI More...

Sheriff-Elect Smith Appoints Communications Head

Putnam County Sheriff-Elect Donald Smith announced last week that he is appointing Mahopac resident Andrew Flatley to head the Communications Division of the Putnam County Sheriff More...

NRC To Monitor Indian Point II Control Room

U.S. Rep. More...

Public Notice

The Village of Cold Spring Highway Department will pick up garbage on Monday, December 24th and Monday December 31st during the holiday season. More...

Gretchen Sprague Steps Down As Wetlands Advisory Committee Chair Voting redistricting takes place in Garrison and Continental Village

At the December 6 meeting of the Philipstown Town Board, Supervisor William Mazzuca regretfully agreed to honor Gretchen Sprague More...

Philipstown Town Board Hears Presentation From Comprehensive Plan Special Board

At the December 6 meeting of the Philipstown Town Board (see related article), the Chairperson of the Comprehensive Plan Special Board, Susan Bates, provided a brief overview of the group, including its mission, history, and progress since September. More...

Tompkins Corners United Methodist Church Awarded $2,500 Grant

The Church More...

Letters to the Editor

Vast Majority Of Residents Want E. Mtn. Rd. N. To Remain Unpaved

Dear Mr. Editor; More...

OSI Contract Signing For Property Leaves Garrison Residents With Two Options Editor,

So at long last after signing a contract on May 10, 2001, the OSI has closed November 28 on the purchase of the Capuchin property in Garrison. Shame on us! More...

Briefly Noted

Engagement Announcement

Rebekah Hannah, formerly of Cold Spring, and Jeffrey Tighe, formerly of Garrison, have announced their engagement. The couple currently resides in Park Slope, Brooklyn. A fall 2002 wedding is planned. More...

Cold Spring Fire Company Appeal Tops $14,000

The Annual Letter of Appeal of the Cold Spring Fire Company, No. 1 as of Sunday, December 16th, 2001, has reached the total of $14,635.00 in contributions. More...

Butterfield Quilting Guild Winner Announced

The Butterfield Library More...

Poll

Did you take part in a religious observance or gathering for Easter or Passover?


The below video is sponsored by The Church on the Hill.

Come to The Church on the Hill and invite a friend. from from the Public Square on Vimeo.

>