November 9, 2011 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Scenic Hudson Seeks Special Treatment on Foundry Bond


Scenic Hudson, the nonprofit that seeks to preserve land and views in the Hudson Valley, is seeking an exemption from normal planning rules that call for it to post a performance bond for completion of the West Point Foundry Preserve in Cold Spring. More...


The Village of Cold Spring Highway Department will pick up bagged leaves at the curbside each Wednesday during the month of November. Refuse should not be combined with brush or leaves. More...

Putnam Valley: Tendy and Oliverio Prevail, Cobb Takes Highway  Free Access 

Town Board Race is a Squeaker

Come January Putnam Valley will have much the same government it enjoys now, but with a few key exceptions. More...

Odell wins for County Executive  Free Access 

Big win, expected, over Schneider

Odell defeated Alan Schneider by a 62 percent to 37 percent margin of victory Tuesday to become Putnam's first woman chief executive. More...

From the Chamber

Working Together for the Future

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” —Henry Ford More...

Responders Respond to Graner Report


The Philipstown Board met for its November monthly meeting on Thursday night before an audience of 25 or more people at its busiest. More...


WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 96:00pm – PV Budget Hearing followed by Town Board 7:00pm – Philipstown N. More...

Weekly Poll

Should Cold Spring have paid parking or meters on Main Street?
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