December 26, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Sales Revenues Improve, But County Still Cautious Sheriff raises hackles with outgoing spending spree

County sales revenues, which had been below budget for the past three months, are showing some signs of stabilizing. More...

Putnam Valley’s Infrastructure - The #1 Issue In Town

At the Master Plan Public hearing continuation meeting held December 19th, infrastructure issues were number one on the minds of the 70 to 90 Putnam Valley residents attending. More...

Putnam Valley Town Board Ends Year On Positive Note

The last Putnam Valley Town Board meeting of the year held Wednesday, December 19th, provided a positive and uplifting note to the end of 2001. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Garrison School Receives $35K Grant From Wallace Fund Funds to be used to promote professional development of school leaders

The Wallace-Reader More...

Haldane VFW Speech Contest Winners Announced

The winners of this year More...

Haldane National Honor Society Elects Officers

The newly elected officers of the Haldane High School National Honor Society are President Ali Gunn, Vice-President Kirstin Ettere and Treasurer Sevim Akhondzadeh. Andy Scecina is the Haldane National Honor Society advisor. More...

Village of Cold Spring Unveils Revised Code Book

The Village of Cold Spring has finally finished revising its Village Code book, which was unveiled and approved by the Village Board of Trustees at their December 11 meeting. More...

Public Notice

The Village of Cold Spring Highway Department will pick up garbage on Monday, December 31st. More...

Legislature Repeals Contractor Performance Bond Requirement

Westchester & Rockland Plumbing Licenses now recognized by Putnam More...

Haldane’s Classroom Shortage For School Year 2002/3 May Mean More Modular Classrooms Haldane Board reluctant to sign contract with energy group

Classroom space for the year 2002/3 was the hot topic of discussion at the Haldane Board of Education meeting on December 18. More...

Cold Spring Fire Company Annual Appeal Tops $17,000

The Annual Letter of Appeal of the Cold Spring Fire Company, No. 1 as of Friday, December 21st, 2001, has reached the total of $17,540.00 in contributions. More...

Village of Cold Spring Unveils Revised Code Book

The Village of Cold Spring has finally finished revising its Village Code book, which was unveiled and approved by the Village Board of Trustees at their December 11 meeting. More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Hip, Hip, Hooray For Santa Dear Editor,

Hip, hip, hooray for Santa and his fire truck sleigh. With the help of all his fire department friends, Santa once again made this time of year magical for us. More...

May We Yet Rise To Rediscover Offerings Letter to the Editor:

Though still surviving our swellings of seas and storms, our ever growing spew into oceanic, sea-sawing swills, our sullying the remains of sparkling streams and fading reserves of living waters, converting all by our deadenings of chemistry, may we More...

Briefly Noted

Comprehensive Plan Group To Hold Public Meeting

How should Philipstown plan for its future? Is it possible to increase commercial development, meet the housing needs of the community and protect our natural resources? More...

Cold Spring’s Foundry School Museum Announces Annual Winter Closing

Staff prepares new exhibition More...

Governor Awards $11.5 Million In Grants To Fight Juvenile Crime

Funding For Federal Fiscal Year 2001 Will Be Used For Juvenile Crime Control More...

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