May 22, 2013 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Garrison Sign Restored to Former Glory

A once-forgotten sign that for years graced the lower railroad tracks at the Garrison Train Station has been restored to its former glory and moved to a prominent new home, on the other side of the tracks from where it was formerly located. More...

Will Billy’s Way go Public in Nelsonville?

The Nelsonville Board of Trustees met Monday, May 20, in the Village Hall to discuss usual Village business and to award a contract for street maintenance. More...

DeStefano to Run Again for Sheriff

And York withdraws

The race for Putnam County sheriff grew both smaller and larger last week. More...

State Senator Greg Ball Will Not Run for Congress

State Senator Greg Ball made it official Monday: He will not be running for Congress. More...

Cannon Practice at West Point

West Point has advised the Village that there will be cannon practice Wednesday, May 22, from 11 a.m. through 1 p.m., for Memorial Day activities. They will also fire for the actual event Mon., May 27, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. More...

Memorial Day at the Fishkill Burial Grounds  Free Access 

Attend a Memorial Service beginning at the Historic Van Wyck Homestead in Fishkill, 504 Rte. 9, Fishkill. More...

Guinan’s Development Back on Track

The Philipstown Planning Board met Thursday night, May 16, at a new location, the Butterfield Library. More...

Village of Cold Spring Announcements

Engineering consultants from CHA have prepared a draft design report for the federally funded improvements to Main Street, Furnace Street and Fishkill Avenue. More...

Meetings This Week

Wed May 22  7:30pm – Philipstown Board Weekly Wkshop – Rec Dept  7:30pm – Joint C.S. More...

Weekly Poll

Construction on the Pudding Street overpass won't start until 2019. What are your thoughts?
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