February 11, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Nelsonville Board Requests Meeting With Haldane to Discuss Track and Field

Village seeks to assert standing on wetlands issue

With the fate of James Pond hanging in the balance, Nelsonville Mayor Mitch Dul announced at the February 2 meeting of the Board of Trustees that an invitation had been extended to the Haldane School Board to attend a Village Planning Board meeting r More...

Putnam Valley 6th Graders Enjoy Brief Interlude with Their U.S. Army Hero Captain Jason Sellazzo

A ruggedly handsome young soldier walked through the Putnam Valley Middle School entrance on Thursday, February 5, 2004. He stopped, looked up and smiled as he read the handcrafted sign strung across the hallway "Welcome Back Capt. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Scot Anthony Robinson Scheduled to Come to PVHS

The Putnam Valley High School chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is sponsoring a visit by Scot Anthony Robinson, founder and director of the Vision Warriors program, which he created after he recovered from his own struggle with More...

Local Teen Chloe Rice Met with National Leaders in Washington

Haldane student Chloe Rice of Cold Spring was selected to participate in the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC) in Washington, DC this February. More...

BOCES Jason Project Gets Up Close and Personal

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Obituaries  Free Access 

William J. Clemett

William J. Clemett, age 79 of Fort Pierce, FL, formerly a long time Cold Spring area resident, passed away on February 5, 2004. More...

Karen J. Wilsey

Karen J. Wilsey, age 55 of Cold Spring, NY, died on Wednesday February 5, 2004 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital New York, NY. More...

Matthew Lloyd Stuen

Matthew Lloyd Stuen of Katonah died on Wednesday, February 4th. He died in his sleep from complications stemming from a seizure disorder. He was a Freshman at Widener University. More...

Sports News

Haldane Splits at the Red Fox Shootout

The Haldane varsity girls and boys basketball teams once again participated in the Red Fox Shootout this past Saturday at Marist College. More...

Winter Lacrosse Program Taking Sign-Ups

Signup this week for the annual winter Lacrosse speed and skills program that is being held on Saturday nights. Run by the Recreation Department and held in the Community Center gymnasium on Rt. More...

Beacon Sloop Club’s "Learn To Sail" Classes Set to Begin

The Club More...

Putnam County Hires First Health Commissioner

Last Tuesday at their February 3 meeting, the Putnam County Legislature confirmed Dr. Eugene Schwartz as Putnam County More...

Legislature Passes $500K Bond Resolution for Lake MacGregor Property

Tax Exemption Income Limits Raised for Seniors and Disabled

At their February 3 meeting, the Putnam County Legislature approved a $500,000 bond resolution for construction of a maintenance facility at the Lake MacGregor Country Club in Carmel by a vote of 7 to 2. More...

Philipstown Board Accepts Highway Garage Property from Open Space Institute

New salt shed planned for Highway Department

At their February 5 monthly meeting, the Philipstown Town Board accepted Open Space Institute More...

Andrew Chmar Speaks at PVRC Forum About Conservation Easements

A Tool to Help Preserve Open Space

Thirty days ago Andrew Chmar became Executive Director of Hudson Highlands Land Trust and on this Saturday, February 7, he was the guest speaker at the Putnam Valley Residents Coalition More...

Public Notices

The Philipstown Town Clerk More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Changing the Code to Fit the Project?

Editor,

The Village of Cold Spring is protected against inappropriate development by two major public works. More...

Rezoning Waterfront Will Raise Taxes

Editor,

The Cold Spring Village Board is attempting to redistrict the riverfront area, changing the code that currently protects that portion of the village and allowing for others in the riverfront floodplain district to build multifamily housing. More...

Blood Inventories Falling to Dangerous Levels

As of this date, only 68 people have signed up for our Philipstown Community Blood Drive on Friday, February 13, 2004. Winter storms seems to head our way regularly (witness last Friday More...

Births

None this week, please check our index or search for a name with the search function. More...

Briefly Noted

Classes about the Catholic Faith to Begin Feb. 17

The Parish of Our Lady of Loretto has announced that they will begin the first of a series of classes for inquirers on Tuesday Feb. 17 at 7:30pm in the Parish Religious Education Center. More...

American Cancer Society Taking Orders for Daffodils

Daffodil Days, celebrated by the American Cancer Society to support cancer research, education, advocacy and service programs, has begun in the Hudson Valley with order forms being sent to many businesses, healthcare facilities, schools and individua More...

Junior Girl Scouts Brought Holiday Cheer to Seniors

The Scouts of Junior Girl Scout Troop 2501 celebrated the Holiday season with local Seniors. Scouts decorated tote bags and sold them at the Fall Festival and in front of the Foodtown in November. More...

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