September 26, 2012 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Meetings This Week

Wednesday September 26 7 pm Haldane Fields Committee7:30 pm Philipstown Town Board 7:30 pm Cold Spring Butterfield Ad Hoc Committee THIS HAS BEEN CANCELED Thursday September 27 7:30 pm Putnam Valley ZBA Saturday September 29 Constitution Island Famil More...

Town Board Talks Boiler, Runoff, Fees

Wednesday night, the Philipstown Town board met to discuss several issues.  As to complaints of runoff at Knollwood Lane and the Recreation Department’s boiler situation, the board decided that there needed to be more investigation on how More...

Sign up for Yellow Dot Program

With the arrival of autumn resulting in shorter hours of daylight, Sheriff Don Smith this week reminded people of all ages, especially the elderly, to enroll in the Yellow Dot Program.  The public safety initiative conceived by the New York Stat More...

Chamber Meeting Set for Thursday

Libby Pataki will brief Chamber members on what’s going on with tourism in Putnam County and Cold Spring. The event will be at Hudson House on Thursday, a a dinner meeting starting at 6:30 pm, cost is $30, cash bar. Please rsvp@845-265-9355. More...

Announcement

On Friday, October 19, at 6 pm, Cold Spring Mayor Seth Gallagher will host a ceremony commemorating the completion of the Cold Spring Waterfront Improvement Project, with an on-site dedication open to the public.   More...

Veterans Rally for Mitt Romney

The historic Putnam County Courthouse was adorned in red, white and blue last Thursday evening when 150 people gathered to support Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.  More...

Sales Tax Revenue Takes A Dive

August sales tax revenue has taken a dive, yet county officials don't appear to be concerned.  Putnam lawmakers received the unsettling economic news Monday evening when Commissioner of Finance William Carlin reported August sales tax receipts a More...

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