June 19, 2013 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Trustees Talk Butterfield with Other Boards, Guillaro

Members of each Village board were represented Tuesday night at the Board of Trustees workshop to express their opinion of the proposed B4A Zoning amendment for the Butterfield development. More...

Merante, Leaving Village, Steps Down

Village of Nelsonville

A crowd gathered at the Nelsonville Village Hall on Monday night to honor and thank one of the Village’s intrepid officers, Deputy Mayor and Village Trustee Ande Merante. More...

Meetings This Week

Wed Jun 19 7:00pm – Cold Spring Planning Board Monthly Meeting 7:30pm – Philipstown Board Weekly Wkshop Thu Jun 20 7:00pm – PVCSD Board Business Meeting 7:00pm – Cold Spring Zoning Board of Appeals 7:30pm – Philipstown P More...

ANNOUNCEMENT

The Village of Cold Spring is seeking residents to serve on the Planning Board. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest along with qualifications to the Village of Cold Spring, ATTN: Mary Saari prior to Wednesday, June 26, 2013. More...

Breaking News - 6/20/2013 1:26 PM

Drainage and Elevators Occupy Town Board

Post Road damage repair may actually happen

The Philipstown Board met Wednesday night and may have given the final green light to the Old Albany Post Road drainage project that has been in stop-and-start-again mode for years since the first serious storm damage took place there in the spring o More...

Journal News Again Wants Private Gun Info

An out-of-town newspaper that drew widespread condemnation for publishing the addresses of gun permit holders is again seeking such records from Putnam County. More...

Pataki Responds On Classic

Patty Villanova, a longtime Putnam Valley resident, current Cold Spring shop owner, and veteran government financial watchdog, has spent a considerable amount of time lately calculating the costs related to the May 2013 Putnam Cycling Classic. More...

Former Outward Bound Property Sold to Out-of-Town Billionaire

Will preserve views, Hudson access, preservation groups say

More than 100 acres of open space and trail network with Hudson River access will remain open to the public, according to the Open Space Institute and Scenic Hudson, who have announced the sale of the 129-acre Mystery Point property in Philipstown. More...

Common Sense Promoted at Carmel Press Event

Officials from throughout the Hudson Valley gathered in Carmel Tuesday to discuss PAYGo NY—a new initiative aimed at finding local solutions to protect taxpayers and deliver high quality servic More...

Water Announcement

We have this is just before press time on Tuesday from Cold Spring. Water main work is continuing at a frenetic pace to wrap up within two weeks: More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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