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  • Players plea for coach’s job Read more >

    Players plea for coach’s job

    At last week’s well-attended Marlboro School Board meeting, every speaker, except one, defended Varsity Football Coach Rich Ward, who was recently informed that he would not be rehired to his position this fall. The overwhelming response from the public was for the School Board to reinstate Ward to his position in Marlboro.

  • Plattekill signs up with county agencies Read more >

    Plattekill signs up with county agencies

    The Plattekill Town Board unanimously approved agreements between the Town and the Ulster County Emergency Response Team [UCERT] as well as the Ulster County Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team [URGENT]. The agreements have been proposed by the Office of the Ulster County District Attorney and the Office of the Ulster County Sheriff.

  • Cal Cosman’s final call Read more >

    Cal Cosman’s final call

    Last Wednesday Marlboro native G. Calvin Cosman took his last call, accompanied by family, relatives, friends and fellow firefighters. He passed away on January 19 at the age of 91. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Mary’s Church in Marlboro, officiated by Rev. Thomas K. Dicks, followed by burial with full Military […]

  • Marlborough approves URGENT agreement Read more >

    Marlborough approves URGENT agreement

    Last week the Marlborough Town Board approved a cooperative agreement with the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team [URGENT]. By approving this annual agreement one Marlborough Police Officer will be assigned to work in a specialized unit “to investigate gang members and affiliates involved in criminal enterprises as well as investigate narcotic related offenses and […]

  • Highland Library cuts ribbon this Sunday Read more >

    Highland Library cuts ribbon this Sunday

    After 88 years living in cramped quarters, the Highland Library is spreading its wings at their new location at 14 Elting Place. They will celebrate by cutting a ceremonial Grand Opening ribbon this Sunday, January 28 at 3 p.m.

  • Anchorage plan for Hudson still alive Read more >

    Anchorage plan for Hudson still alive

    The Marlborough Town Board continues to fight with a united voice against the U. S. Coast Guard’s push to establish additional oil barge anchorage areas along the Hudson River, stretching from Yonkers to Kingston. Last week Marlborough approved a resolution aimed at preventing any new anchorage areas “from being sited at locations where they pose […]

  • Lloyd drops Planning Board chairman Read more >

    Lloyd drops Planning Board chairman

    Most annual town reorganization meetings are short, uneventful and even a bit routine, as the Town Board approves a series of motions that sets the days for certain governmental meetings, designates what banks the town will use in the coming year, approves the standard reimbursement rate for business miles and affirms base salaries for a […]

  • Lloyd Ethics chair removed Read more >

    Lloyd Ethics chair removed

    At last week’s Lloyd reorganization meeting, a motion made by Councilman Joe Mazzetti to reappoint Jill Indelicato to a three-year term on the Board of Ethics failed to receive a second, which removes her from the board. Indelicato has long served as the Chairperson of this volunteer board.

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