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April 4, 2012 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Village Opens the Gate to Changing the Fence Law

Will 6-foot fences be allowed?

The question is not simply “to fence” or “not to fence.” It is this: How high? More...


WEDNESDAY APRIL 47:30pm – Philipstown Board Weekly WorkshopTHURSDAY APRIL 57:30pm – Philipstown Town Board Monthly Meeting FRIDAY APRIL 6 GOOD FRIDAY: PCN&R, Local Govt Offices CLOSEDMONDAY APRIL 9 More...

Putnam Schedules KI Distribution

Putnam County’s Potassium Iodide (KI) distribution program is underway. More...

Hayworth meets with Putnam officials  Free Access 

Economy and jobs tops on list of concerns

 The economy, jobs, governmental mandates and regulations were on the minds of some two dozen elected officials from Putnam and Northern Westchester on Thursday during a conference with Congresswoman Nan Hayworth. More...

Local Food Pioneers: Cultivating the Future  Free Access 

Celebrating the Hudson Valley's agricultural entrepreneurs

Celebrate Glynwood's 2012 Harvest Award winners and learn how these pioneers are leading the way to a sustainable farming future in our region. More...

Newly Elected Trustees Sworn In

Speak about year ahead

With the election behind them, the afterglow of winning the race starting to fade and the reality of rolling up their sleeves and getting to work at hand, we asked Trustees Chuck Hustis and Matt Francisco a few questions about pertinent issues. More...

Planning Board Hails Work of Joe Immorlica

This meeting marked the last meeting for thirty five year Planning Board veteran Joe Immorlica. More...

Make Plans Now for Putnam Youth Forum

Planning is in full swing for Putnam's 18th annual Youth Forum scheduled for April 23 at the Clearpool Education Center in Kent Cliffs. More...

Weekly Poll

Are you in agreement with the Philipstown board changing the law so that you have to apply for a permit to use private property for events?
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