February 20, 2013 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Salamone Retires from Late Night Village Beat

After seven years of working the night shift at the Cold Spring Police, 62-year-old Police Officer Nick Salamone has retired from the force. Most Cold Spring residents, aside from commuters, may never recognize Salamone. More...

Meetings This Week

Wednesday February 207pm Putnam Valley Town Board 7:30pm Garrison School Board Regular MeetingThursday February 217:00pm PVCSD Board Business Meeting 7:00pm Cold Spring Zoning Board of Appeals 7:30pm Philipstown Planning Board More...

Board Mulls Cyber-Security Issues

Town of Philipstown

At Wednesday night’s Philipstown Board Workshop there was a brief discussion of cyber-security as it relates to the Town’s email list, used to notify interested citizens of current Town news and developments. More...

Private Bus Lines Also Provide Service, County Finds

Putnam County’s Transportation Task Force, which has begun the process of redesigning public transportation for county residents as well as for out-of-towners, learned last week that five regional bus lines already provide services on both side More...

Board Picks New Town Attorney, in Divided Vote

The Philipstown Town Board last week chose a new Town Attorney, in a divided vote that saw some discussion of the fracas over attorneys in the Village of Cold Spring. More...

Dirt Roads Consume Town

The challenge of Philipstown’s dirt roads is shaping up to be the big issue of the year, at least for now. More...

Weekly Poll

Should Haldane pass a partial property tax exemption for veterans?
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