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  • Film highlights local heroin crisis Read more >

    Film highlights local heroin crisis

    When Vivian Lanzarone learned last year that three young individuals in the area had died in quick succession from heroin overdoses she decided she could no longer sit on the sidelines. She began to work on a film about the local heroin crisis, entitled “Not My Child,” that is framed in letters from a parent […]

  • Highland Library nearing completion Read more >

    Highland Library nearing completion

    Recently, Highland Library Board of Trustees President Joanne Lowenthal informed the Town Board and the community that they are expecting to open the new library at 14 Elting Place within a few months.

  • Grant boosts Highland Landing Park Read more >

    Grant boosts Highland Landing Park

    Recently the Town of Lloyd and the Highland Landing Park Association thanked NYS Assemblyman Frank Skartados for his assistance in securing $375,000 that will be used to bring water and sewer infrastructure down to the Highland Landing Park.

  • Lloyd Planning Board weighs solar farm Read more >

    Lloyd Planning Board weighs solar farm

    Several months ago, after a six month moratorium, the Lloyd Town Board passed a local law to govern solar farms in the town. The law allows these farms in commercial and residential areas in town provided developers have a minimum of 10 acres along with ensuring there is proper buffering, screening and drainage on the […]

  • No library vote in Plattekill Read more >

    No library vote in Plattekill

    The public was sharply critical of the Plattekill Library Trustees last week during their monthly meeting. The criticism centered around the trustees decision to not hold a budget vote for 2018 because it is the same amount as last year’s budget, an action that is legal. The public also voiced their dissatisfaction in the way […]

  • Lloyd passes reworked towing law Read more >

    Lloyd passes reworked towing law

    After more than a year in development the Lloyd Town Board passed a new version of a towing law last week. Once a few details are fixed it will be submitted and filed with the state and will take effect in 60 days.

  • Highland cites rising poverty in school district Read more >

    Highland cites rising poverty in school district

    Last week Highland’s Assistant School Superintendent Sarah Dudley-Lemek gave a presentation to the school board entitled “Poor, Rich Experiences” that focused on the growing number of families in the district who are living at or below the national poverty level. For a family of four the national figure is $24,000 per year.

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