September 22, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccine Clinics to be Held in Putnam County

The Putnam County Department of Health and the Putnam County Office for Aging will be providing influenza and pneumonia vaccine clinics throughout the county in the months of October and November. More...

Household Hazardous Waste and Computer/TV/Cell Phone Cleanup Day Planned

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

 

Schools

Resources for Living Fair to be Held at Mahopac MS

County Executive Robert J. Bondi is pleased to announce the Putnam County Office for the Disabled will sponsor the 4th Annual Resources for Living Fair. More...

Putnam County Teens Arrested for Marijuana Possession

Five Putnam County teenagers were arrested on charges of possession of marijuana on September 5, 2004. More...

Hands-On Science Day Comes to Garrison

The Putnam Children More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Marie M. Dale

Marie M. Dale, 82, of Derry, NH, died Monday, September 13, 2004, in the Parkland Medical Center, Derry. Mrs. Dale was born in Cold Spring, NY on September 29, 1921, a daughter of the late Daniel P. More...

Frederick A. Rathe

Frederick A. Rathe age 87 of Cold Spring, NY. Died on September 16, 2004 at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center. Born on October 6, 1916 he was the son of the Late Isadore and Frances (Rosenberg) Rathe. More...

Sports News

Flag Hawks Win Over Highland

On a chilly afternoon, with the wind blowing off the banks of the Hudson River, The Philipstown Flag Hawks took on the Highland Huskies at Mayor More...

Legislature Approves Use of $500 Million in EOH Funds for Water Quality Projects

Plumbing licensing fees increased

The September 7 meeting of the Putnam County Legislature began with a closed executive session where lawmakers discussed pending litigation. No action was taken on the matter discussed. More...

Opponents of Waterfront Project Accuse Cold Spring Board of Harassment

Members of Board angrily denounce charges at monthly meeting

A shouting match erupted at the end of the September 14 monthly meeting of the Village of Cold Spring Board of Trustees when several opponents of the waterfront development project in the area known as the "Lumberyard" alleged that they had More...

Quarry Pond Development Plans Debated at TownWorkshop

Town Planner Tim Miller presents options to Board

A September 15 Philipstown Board workshop regarding the Philipstown Industrial Park (PIP) raised several questions among attendees on the direction of potential development there. More...

Cold Spring Will Celebrate the Hudson Valley Harvest on October 2

Come to Cold Spring-on-Hudson and celebrate the Hudson Valley More...

No. Highlands Explorer Post Sails the John D. McKean

On Sunday, September 19th, the North Highlands Explorer post had the opportunity to tour the New York City Fire boat, "John D. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

We Need Open Government and Openness to Ideas

Dear Editor,

We, and probably others, were unable to attend the Zoning Board of Appeals public hearing of September 16, 2004 with regard to the site of the former Marathon Battery because publication of this hearing was not given in time for us to have planned to More...

Jalamin Posted False Endorsements to Win Election

To the Editor,

As your readers know, Michael Jalamin defeated Janine Selendy in the September 14th Democratic primary, held to determine who would be representing the Democrats in the race against Sue Kelly in November. More...

Carmel School District Spending Plans Are Out of Bounds

Editor,

The Carmel Central School District is proposing a $22,000,000.00 bond referendum plus an add-on proposition for $850,000.00 (for a high school turf field) which come before the voters on Tuesday, October 5, 2004. More...

Briefly Noted

Active Wasp Nests Are Wanted

Brewster entomologist Dr. Parker Gambino will remove active nests of yellowjackets or hornets free of charge for use in biological research and pharmaceutical processing. More...

Putnam LEICC to Meet in September

The September 2004 meeting of the Putnam County Local Early Intervention Coordinating Council (LEICC) will take place on Friday, September 24th commencing at 10 am in the conference room at the office of Putnam County Department of Social Services, 1 More...

Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group to Meet

The Westchester Chapter of the Brain Injury Association of New York State will be meeting on Monday, October 4, 2004 at The Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, 785 Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains at 6:30pm in Room G-41 of the Wood Pavilion, Building #7. More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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