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The Walden Village Board adopted the budget for Fiscal Year June 1, 2020-May 31, 2021 during their meeting last Tuesday. The accepted budget featured several large increases and decreases throughout … more
The Shawangunk Town Board cancelled the town’s summer camp for this year during a virtual meeting on Thursday. “I don’t know if by the first week of July if we’ll even be … more
Butler Construction Group, Inc. is hoping to relocate operations from its current location of 275 Union Street in Montgomery to Dunn Road, just west of New York State Route 211. Ross Winglovitz, … more
Between 60 and 70 people gathered by the entrance of the Amazon site off of Route 17K in Montgomery to urge the company to hire more local laborers on Friday. Among those in attendance were … more
Last Monday evening, the Town of Montgomery Planning Board made a determination required by the State Environmental Quality Review Act, finding that Medline Industries Inc.’s proposed warehouse … more
Montgomery Town Supervisor Brian Maher appointed Village of Walden resident Mary Ellen Matise town historian at the board meeting on March 5. Matise previously served as Walden Village Historian … more
Like so many other first responder agencies throughout the country, the Town of Shawangunk Police Department has been assisting the local fire department to coordinate birthday drive-bys. The … more
The Montgomery Town Board and the Town of Montgomery Industrial Development Agency appointed Conor Eckert executive director of the Town of Montgomery IDA and director of economic development for the … more
On Friday morning, the Town of Montgomery’s first responders paid their respects to healthcare workers from Montgomery Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (MNRC) with a drive by followed by a … more
After months of public outcry, on Thursday the Montgomery Town Board approved Local Law No. 2 of 2020 establishing a six-month moratorium on the review and approval of warehouses and distribution … more
Like many businesses, COVID-19 hit local dairy farms hard. Members of the Downstate Milk Producers Co-Op learned on March 31 that the processing plant that had purchased their milk for the past … more
The Maybrook Village Board adopted its 2020-21 annual budget at a “teleconference” public meeting Monday. The nearly $3.9 million budget carries a tax rate of $15.99 per $1,000 of … more
The Town of Crawford Board Meeting was held April 16 via Zoom. Town reports were provided for the police and building departments for the months of both February and March. One of the concerns raised … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the Wallkill Central School District completely off schedule. The District planned to approve the budget during last Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting … more
Life presents many challenges and opportunities which lead to new interests and conceptualizations. With each new timeframe of life, visual artists may approach ideas and express themselves through … more
The Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association (HVVFA) announced the cancellation of its Mardi Gras and Dress Parades due to COVID-19 social distancing restrictions. These occasions were … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Office for the Aging (OFA) Director AnnMarie Maglione accepted 10,000 pounds of food from Milmar Food Group on Wednesday to benefit the County’s … more
Last Wednesday, Town of Montgomery Industrial Development Agency Chairman Jeffrey Crist and Executive Director of The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan Elizabeth Rowley, announced that the … more
The COVID-19 outbreak has placed many construction projects on hold until further notice. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued the “New York State on PAUSE” executive … more
“Compared to Orange County, we’re very low,” said Supervisor John Valk, advising the Shawangunk Town Board on Thursday that the town has 79 positive cases of COVID-19. The board … more
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