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  • Marlboro warned of tax hikes

    The group Marlboro Community Concerns continues to meet to plan and prepare for the fiscal difficulties that lie ahead concerning the school district.

  • School decision due

    Marlboro School Board President Stephen Jennison said, at the board’s Feb. 7 meeting there will be a vote to move the Milton Elementary School from an instructional to a non-instructional setting, which may incorporate Town of Marlborough municipal offices in a shared services agreement and the Middle Hope Elementary school to some form of an […]

  • Maritime power

    Last week, the Lincoln Sea tugboat and barge made its way south along an ice-free Hudson River, back to New York City.

  • Hard choices face Marlboro residents

    With each passing week, a growing number of Marlborough residents network and gather information on how they can lessen the impacts of crippling school tax hikes they expect are coming in the wake of Dynegy’s recent auction and sale of their Danskammer and Roseton power plants.

  • Castellani responds to citizen concerns

    Marlboro School Superintendent Ray Castellani, who attended the Marlboro Community Concerns meeting, acknowledged that most of the information compiled in the PowerPoint presentation was accurate and correct. He said the district has a two-fold plan to meet the challenges ahead, with the first phase making $5 million in spending reductions.

  • Daniel Center now open in Highland

    After five years of searching for a suitable location to run a counseling and outreach center for active and returning veterans and their families, Julia Dehn and her staff have now set down roots in Highland. Last Thursday the center held an official opening ceremony at their new office at 20 Milton Ave., next to […]

  • There’s still room

    During a Board of Education workshop last Thursday, Marlboro Central School District Superintendent Ray Castellani confirmed that several sub-committees had been formed to help school officials decide how to best deal with fallout from the Dynegy crises, and insisted there is still room for anyone who is interested in lending a hand.

  • Marlboro committees formed

    Community members took to the internet last week to express their dissatisfaction with the way the Marlboro Central School District went about forming various groups to help them deal with fallout from the Dynegy situation.

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