June 27, 2012 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Newburgh to Beacon Swim Supports River Pool

On the morning of July 21, nearly 300 swimmers will plunge into the Hudson River off Torches Restaurant dock in Newburgh and stroke to Beacon. Over 100 volunteer kayak safety escorts will paddle alongside the swimmers across the mile-long route. More...

Roads, Taxes, Fires and a Vacant Parcel Reviewed in Nelsonville

Village of Nelsonv ille

Mayor Tom Corless presided over a brief Village of Nelsonville monthly meeting on June 18 in the Village Hall, with trustees dispensing with standard issues rapidly. More...

It's Maloney v. Hayworth  Free Access 

Democratic and GOP primary results

Area Democrats have spoken. Cold Spring’s Sean Patrick Maloney will challenge incumbent Congresswoman and Westchester physician, Nan Hayworth (R-19) for the newly-drawn 18th congressional district. More...

Village of Cold Spring – Water Main Cleaning/Lining Project

PUBLIC NOTICE

Dear Resident: More...

Saland Booted Over Gay Marriage

Fails to get Conservative nod

State Senator Steven Saland, the 32-year veteran member of the New York State Legislature whose new 41st District will encompass three towns in Putnam County on January 1, has failed to garner the endorsement of the state Conservative Party in his re More...

MEETINGS This Week

WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 7:30 pm Philipstown Board Weekly Workshop THURSDAY JUNE 28 7 pm Cold Spring Zoning Board of Appeals 7:30 pm Philipstown Planning Board  7:30 pm Putnam Valley ZBA Public Hearing  FRIDAY JUNE 29 More...

Weekly Poll

Do you think Putnam County should continue to fight the efforts of an out of town newspaper to get the identities of all pistol permit holders?
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