December 12, 2012 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Saland All But Concedes

While not yet conceding the race, State Senator Stephen Saland indicated Monday it was unlikely he would be reelected and has decided to stop the legal challenges to absentee ballot counting against Democrat Terry Gipson for the 41st State Senate sea More...

Cuomo Extends FEMA Deadline

Residents of 13 declared counties—including Putnam and Westchester—may apply for FEMA disaster assistance through January 28, 2013. More...

Tamagna Bows Out

The senior member of the Putnam Legislature had mixed emotions when bidding his colleagues farewell. More...

New Leadership for Chamber

The Chamber of Commerce saw many local business owners at its Holiday Party last week at Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill. More...

Public Favors Demolition at Hearing

All eyes are now on the Historic District Review Board members, as by law they must render a decision on Dec. 19 over the demolition of the deserted Butterfield Hospital. More...

Announcement on Garbage

Since there will be no curbside pickup on Christmas or New Year’s Day, the Village of Cold Spring Highway Department will pick up garbage on Thursday, December 27, 2012 and Thursday, January 3, 2013. More...

MEETINGS This Week

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 126pm Putnam Valley Town Board Work Session 7:30pm Philipstown Board Weekly Wkshop7:30pm Garrison School Board Special Meeting 8pm Cold Spring Historic District Review Board THURSDAY DECEMBER 136am – 9pm Annual Election of th More...

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