May 12, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Loewenberg Returns to Garrison as Interim Superintendent

Difficulties encountered with St. Basil student tuition payments from home districts

At the May 4 Garrison Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Ellen Bergman More...

Few Issues at Quiet Philipstown Monthly Meeting

Nat Prentice from the Comprehensive Plan Special Board gave the Board an update on the final draft of the plan. "We More...

Haldane Board of Education Decides on Program Cuts for Possible Contingency Budget

The May 4 Haldane Board of Education workshop was devoted to a final review of the proposed 2004-2005 school budget, including possible cuts to be made in the event a contingency budget is mandated. More...

Public Notice

The Town of Philipstown has one vacancy on the Philipstown Board of Assessment Review. Anyone who has an interest in serving on this Board is asked to send a resume to the Office of the Supervisor, PO Box 155, Cold Spring, NY 10516. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

O’Neill High School Honor Rolls

Tenth Grade - Kenneth Alford, Edward Bean, Kayla Bradley, Kevin Campbell, Elizabeth Cannon, Derek Castelluccio, Jonathan Cook, Joshua Cook, Mitchell Daniels, Jacqueline Drago, Ashley Duclos, Kaitlin Fitzsimons, Tiffany French, Laura Galu, Cass M. More...

PVHS Students Honored by County, Board of Education

Three Putnam Valley High School Students were honored recently for their outstanding community service efforts. More...

Heritage Education Initiative Offers School Curriculum Development Grants

A May 17 deadline for curriculum development grants is quickly approaching for schools in Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Ulster, and Westchester counties to apply for grants of up to $10,000 for curriculum d More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

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

Briefly Noted

Galef to Hold Forum on Medicare Changes

State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef invites the public to attend her forum "Changes in Medicare and Healthy Living Choices" on Friday, May 21, 9 am to noon, Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady Street, Cortlandt Manor. More...

Support Connection to Host Free Program

Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization offering free and confidential breast and ovarian cancer support groups that meet on a regular basis, is pleased to announce their upcoming program, "The Intimate Makeover. More...

Talk on Native Species of a Healthy Forest Planned at Hudson Highlands Museum

As part of the Museum of the Hudson Highlands More...

Lake Peekskill Property Owners say "Shut Down Water"

Public Hearing to be held May 26 to find solution to long-standing problem

The Lake Peekskill Improvement District (LPID) property owners let their will be known loud and clear as they responded to a Town Board survey, voting 568 to 117 in favor of shutting down their seasonal water supply system. More...

Nelsonville Board Addresses Flooding Issues in Village

Healey Road repair project to be put out to bid shortly

At the May 4 monthly meeting of the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees, Mayor Mitch Dul announced that work on the Healey Road repair project could begin by July. More...

Developers Put on Hold as Putnam Valley Enacts Nine-Month Moratorium

Senior Housing, Multi-family projects town-wide and new housing in Lake Peekskill suspended

At a May 5 public hearing, the Putnam Valley Town Board unanimously approved a nine-month moratorium suspending senior housing and multi-family housing development in Putnam Valley, and suspending new housing construction in the Lake Peekskill Improv More...

Putnam Valley School Superintendent Reviews Facts at Brief Budget Hearing

Budget and Trustee vote to take place May 18

Saying the official Budget Hearing is an offshoot of the Annual Meeting at which budgets used to be approved, Putnam Valley Schools Superintendent Gary Tutty reviewed the facts of the proposed $34,486,752 budget last Thursday evening for a small grou More...

Memorial Day Observance Schedule Announced in Philipstown

The Memorial Day Committee of Philipstown has announced the schedule for the traditional Memorial Day Parade to be held on Monday, May 31, 2004. The parade will start promptly at 9 am at the foot of Main Street, Cold Spring. More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Buchanan Village Official Praises Indian Point

I had the opportunity to attend the Nuclear Regulatory Commission meeting that reported their Annual Assessment status of Indian Point Nuclear Plants units 2 and 3 located in Buchanan, where I live. More...

Cold Spring Village in Deep Trouble

To the Editor,

The Village of Cold Spring is in deep trouble. More...

Dog Houses Needed for Citron Cats

Dear Brian,

Citron, the closed Cold Spring property off Route 9 and home to about 10 feral cats, is about to be sold. The prospective owners are kind enough to allow the cats to stay. More...

Births

Maison Angelo Migliore

Maison Angelo Migliore, a son, was born at Hudson Valley Hospital Center on May 5th. Maison weighed 8.5 lbs. at birth. More...

Kylie Falloon

Kylie Falloon, a girl, was born at Hudson Valley Hospital Center on April 17, 2004. Proud parents are Melissa and Ralph Falloon of Cold Spring. More...

Sierra Madison Jackel

Cold Spring residents Lisa and Michael Jackel proudly announce the birth of their daughter Sierra Madison Jackel on April 15, 2004. More...

Sports News

Haldane Track Finishes Regular Season

Girls win 3rd consecutive league title

On Monday, May 10 the Haldane Boy More...

Weekly Poll

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