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  • Final phase begins Read more >

    Final phase begins

    After receiving a green light from the state, the Marlborough Town Board on Monday evening approved a bid package that will be used to solicit work from contractors for the exterior work that is needed to finish the Milton Train station project. The bid package was prepared by Crawford & Sterns, an Architectural and Planning […]

  • Lloyd regulates housing for sex offenders Read more >

    Lloyd regulates housing for sex offenders

    Without objection from the public or from any Hotel or Motel owner at a public hearing, the Lloyd Town Board adopted a new local law that will require these establishments to obtain an occupancy license from the town if they are housing registered sex offenders.

  • Lloyd Democrats select candidates Read more >

    Lloyd Democrats select candidates

    The Lloyd Democratic Party held its caucus last week, under the chairmanship of Joseph Avampato, and nominated their slate of candidates for town offices in November. There were no contested seats and in quick succession the party faithful chose their slate.

  • Barge proposal on hold Read more >

    Barge proposal on hold

    Last week the U. S. Coast Guard [USCG] suspended their proposal to increase the number of barge anchorage areas in the Hudson River from two to ten, between Yonkers and Kingston, a stretch of 70 miles. These new locations would add 43 berths for oil tankers that are typically 195 ft. long by 35 ft. […]

  • EPA seeks clarity in Hudson cleanup Read more >

    EPA seeks clarity in Hudson cleanup

    In a public meeting held on June 28, the Environmental Protection Agency discussed its second five-year review of cleanup efforts on the Hudson River PCBs Superfund Site. The meeting, held in the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel, was well attended, with many attendees having to stand through the presentation and Q&A portions of the event.

  • Lloyd seeks hotel licensing for sex offenders Read more >

    Lloyd seeks hotel licensing for sex offenders

    The Lloyd Town Board is considering adding a new chapter to their town code that will require each owner of a hotel or motel in town to obtain a special license if they house registered sex offenders. A public hearing on this law has been set for July 19 at 7 pm at the Town […]

  • Thruway bridge to close next week Read more >

    Thruway bridge to close next week

    The bridge carrying State Route 32 over the Thruway in Plattekill will be closed from July 6 to December 21, during which time the New York State Thruway Authority will replace the overpass. The town board said the bridge is the original overpass built when the state was constructing the thruway in the 1950s.

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