2022-11-23 E-Edition


Presumed Rabid Animal Escaped the Scene

2 Left Injured Near Putnam- Westchester Border The attack of two people by a suspected rabid coyote near the Putnam-Westchester border prompted officials last Thursday to issue warnings, noting the animal fled and remains on the loose. Officials said the confrontation took place at 5 p.m. in the vicinity of Turkey Hill Road in North Salem, which is located less […]

Shoreline Stabilization

Mayor Kathleen Foley at last week’s (Nov. 16) Cold Spring Village Board meeting addressed Dockside Park, where a shoreline stabilization project is now largely complete. She said “it is intended to be a changeable shoreline … it’s not meant to be a tidy shoreline. It’s to be a natural shoreline that’s stable.” Driftwood might disappear, or appear, for instance. Photo, […]

NYSEG Slammed by PSC

Over Faulty Gas Connections in Brewster

The New York State Public Service Commission has approved a plan mandating that the New York State Electric and Gas Corporation (NYSEG) identify, detect, and remediate any natural gas leaks due to installation errors concerning gas connections used to provide natural gas to residences and businesses. Last Thursday’s action resulted from a violent natural gas explosion and fire that destroyed […]

Cold Spring Moves to Tighten Up on Parking & Meter Main Street

The Village of Cold Spring last week (Nov. 16) moved to push a big parking update forward, after an extensive report by Trustee Eliza Starbuck on the situation. A Parking Committee under the previous administration studied the issue, but the recommendations had not yet been implemented. The issue resurfaced this year, both as a way for the village to gain […]

Talk of our Towns

Of all the low, terrible scoundrel things that have afflicted the Village of Cold Spring over the years, this has to be among the lowest. Overnight Monday, someone stole the “We Stand with Ukraine” banner that was on the Great Lawn at St. Mary’s Church, at the corner of Main Street and Route 9D. Senior warden at the church, Vinny […]

Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail to Present Findings, Recommendations from Parking & Shuttle Study

COLD SPRING – On Tuesday, December 6, at 7 p.m., Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail will host a live webinar on Zoom to present the findings and recommendations of Steadman Hill Consulting and Creighton-Manning LLP, the professional team of transportation experts engaged to complete an eight-month long comprehensive Parking & Shuttle Study of the Fjord Trail project area. The Hudson Highlands […]

Albert T. Rose

August 22, 1939 – October 29, 2022

Albert T. Rose, age 83, died at Yarmouth Regional Hospital on Saturday, October 29, 2022. He was born August 22, 1939, to Helen and Albert T. Rose, Sr. in New Jersey. He made batteries for the Vietnam War at Sonotone/Marathon Battery in Cold Spring, NY, where he would meet Corinne. On December 18, 1964, he married Corinne K. Rose who […]

Franklin ‘Frank’ P. Milkovich

January 30, 1934 – Nov. 15, 2022

Franklin “Frank” P. Milkovich, of Cold Spring, NY entered into rest, Tuesday, November 15, 2022. He was 88 years old. Born in Kingston, NY, January 30, 1934, he was the son of the late Stephen and Mildred (Baricevic) Milkovich. Frank spent his early years growing up in Kingston before the family relocated to Cold Spring after the death of his […]

Spiros Peter Angelopoulos

August 1, 1963 – November 13, 2022

Spiros Peter Angelopoulos of Garrison, NY passed away peacefully on November 13, 2022, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 59. Spiros is survived by his dear mother Helen Papapanagiotou Angelopoulos of Tarsina, Corinth, Greece; his devoted wife Anita Hall of Garrison, NY; loving children 2nd LT US Army Alexandra Angelopoulos of Fort Sill, OK, and Peter Angelopoulos […]