April 24, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

County Receives Over $1 Million In Federal And State Grants For Bikeways And Park Project

Governor Pataki has announced that Putnam County was awarded $ 150,000 for the Cornerstone Park project in the hamlet of Carmel and $100,000 for Putnam Trailway III, from the Federal Land & Water Conservation Fund. More...

Quarry Pond Estates Suspends Soil Mining Application In Attempt To Resolve Subdivision Issue Planning Board recommends incorporating design guidelines into proposed Routes 9/9D zoning changes

While the Quarry Pond Estates application was not on the agenda at the Planning Board More...

PV Town Board Maintains Heavy Work Pace As They Set Stage For Package Of New Laws

At the April 17 Putnam Valley Town Board meeting, Supervisor Carmelo Santos introduced Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, who because of redistricting will be one of the Town More...

County Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup Day Planned For May 18

The Putnam County Department of Health, The NYS Dept. More...

Tom Pasquazi Announces Candidacy For Garrison School Board Seat

Tom Pasquazi has announced his candidacy to run for one of the two vacant seats on the Garrison School Board. More...

 

Schools

Builders Association Scholarship Applications Due May 1

The Builders Association of the Hudson Valley Inc. wants to remind area students that applications for the 2002 Scholarship Program are due Wednesday, May 1, 2002. More...

History Comes Alive For PVHigh School Students

Remembrances of days gone by came alive for Putnam Valley High School students on April 17, when the youngsters paid a visit to Putnam Valley Senior Citizen Center. More...

Local Students Achieve Dean’s List

Two local students, Meghan J. Blair of Lake Peekskill and Jessica Lichodolik of Mahopac, were named to the University of Scranton More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Jane E. Trost

Jane E. Trost, age 80 of Cold Spring, NY, died on Tuesday April 23, 2002 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor, NY. More...

Bondi Justifies Health Initiatives Proposed In State of the County Speech Butterfield could compete as elder care facility, Office for the Aging director says

At the April 9 meeting of the County Health, Social, Educational and Environmental Committee, legislators were anxious to hear more from County Executive Robert Bondi, Jr. More...

Garrison Fire Department Seeks Help With Beautification Project

The Garrison Volunteer Fire Company is in the process of building what the department feels is a much needed addition to its facility on Route 9.The existing structure houses trucks and equipment only. More...

Putnam Conservative Party Endorses Candidates

The 18 members of the Executive Committee of the Conservative Party met on April 19th at the Lantern Restaurant in Mahopac. More...

Restoring And Reclaiming Cedar Street Cemetery

Anyone driving on Cedar Street on their way to the annex at Haldane School can not help but notice the cemetery that has emerged from the tangle of brush and scrub the past few weeks. More...

Sybil Ludington Ride To Be Re-Enacted April 26th

On Friday, April 26th, the Rev. Larry Maxwell of the Patterson Baptist Church and the Putnam Historian, Richard Musearella, will host a Sybil Ludington Ride for freedom event in the Hamlet of Carmel, starting at 11:30 am and ending by 1 pm. More...

Putnam Valley Board of Ed Seeks Magic Number That Voters Will Approve Parents want proposed reductions restored

Speaking before a large turnout at its regular meeting last Thursday, the Putnam Valley Board of Education heard its President, Patrick Bellino, say, "We have to represent the people who vote More...

Putnam Valley Arboretum Project Fund Raises $10,000 Arbor Day ceremonies scheduled for April 26th, 27th, and 28th

The Putnam Valley Arboretum Project, under the direction of college student Treenen Sturman, announced this week that it has attained its fundraising goal of $10,000. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Data Presented Regarding PV Building Numbers Explains Little Editor.

Having read Mr. Kennedy More...

Change The Demand Side Of The Energy Equation And Close Indian Point Dear Editor,

Do we realty need Indian Point? What I don More...

Semi-Conductor Industry Not Wanted By Letter Writer Editor,

Invite the Semi-Conductor Industry to Philipstown? I hope nobody is tempted. "Companies desire to locate in areas where the community indicates that they are wanted," said David Bradley of the Governor More...

Births

Marena Rose Thompson

Danielle and Jeffrey Thompson of Sunshine, Maine proudly announce the birth of their first child, Marena Rose. She was born April 5, 2002 at Maine Coastal Memorial Hospital in Ellsworth, Maine. Marena weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19 More...

Briefly Noted

AHA Home Tip

Are You a Hazardous Waste Case? More...

Museum Of The Hudson Highlands Announces Program To Train Educators To Use Outdoor Classrooms

The Museum of the Hudson Highlands has announced its Spring, 2002 schedule of Science Institute training sessions More...

Build Your Own Boat Workshop Starting

Building Bridges, Building Boats is again offering its family boat-building workshop during which each family (individuals are okay too) builds their own double paddle canoe. The boats are 15 More...

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