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  • Republicans sweep in Montgomery Read more >

    Republicans sweep in Montgomery

    Despite a political climate on Election Day that seemed to favor Democratic candidates across the nation, in the Town of Montgomery, voters came out once again in support of their Republican candidates, sweeping the elections.

  • Shawangunk stays within the tax cap Read more >

    Shawangunk stays within the tax cap

    The Shawangunk Town Board unanimously approved a 2018 budget at its meeting last Thursday that stays within the state-mandated tax cap and raises $5,396,014 from taxpayers. The budget was designed to arrive right at the 1.84 percent tax levy cap, which allows the town to collect an additional $72,730 in taxes in 2018. “We’re right […]

  • Majestic challenged by newcomer Read more >

    Majestic challenged by newcomer

    Marybeth Majestic (R, C, P4G), current Town Supervisor for Gardiner, is seeking reelection against newcomer Lisa Lindsley (D, WFP, WEP) on November 7. Majestic, who won her title in 2015 after beating incumbent Carl Zatz, made transparency and openness in government a priority during the 22 months she has been town supervisor.

  • Walden votes to remove fluoride Read more >

    Walden votes to remove fluoride

    The Walden Village Board passed a resolution to remove fluoride from the public water supply during its meeting on Oct. 17, and the preliminary decision marks a major development in the months-long debate over whether or not to remove the compound from residents’ drinking water. The council approved the resolution by a 4-2 vote, with […]

  • Montgomery lowers tax rate Read more >

    Montgomery lowers tax rate

    There is sure to be some head scratching in Montgomery over the preliminary budget presented last week. While town officials plan to override the tax cap, Supervisor Mike Hayes said most residents can actually expect to see a decrease in their town tax bill.

  • Walden moves closer to eliminating fluoride Read more >

    Walden moves closer to eliminating fluoride

    The Walden Village Board took another step towards eliminating fluoride from the municipality’s water supply last week, but there are still numerous additional requirements the village must fulfill before the program could be ended. In recent weeks, the board received expert written testimony from a number of health care professionals on both sides of the […]

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