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Wallkill Valley Times

  • Shawangunk targets hamlet flooding issues

    Property owners in the hamlet of Wallkill have been struggling with flooding issues for many years, but some relief may be on its way following a decision by the Shawangunk Town Board last week to spend up to $45,000 to clear drainage ditches and install larger pipes.

  • Truck terminal eyed for Montgomery

    “Are we interested in having a truck terminal allowed in the I-1 Zone?” asked Town of Montgomery Supervisor Mike Hayes at the town board meeting last week.

  • Buses in the nick of time

    It was a close call but it turns out Valley Central School District kindergarteners who are enrolled in an afternoon program at the newly opened Ms. Claire’s Montessori School in Montgomery will be granted the transportation they need.

  • Plenty of parking

    A resolution to the months of debate over the First Student school bus company’s site in Pine Bush may be within reach after the Crawford Planning Board meeting last week.

  • ‘Significant’ leaks during VC roof project

    During a presentation last week, representatives from Bernier Carr & Associates informed the Valley Central School District Board of Education of a setback to the roof replacement project currently taking place at the middle school/high school complex.

  • Town considers clustering

    Plans for a large residential subdivision on Coleman Road returned before the Town of Montgomery Planning Board on Monday with some major changes—namely a clustering of the project that would call for a large conservation area.

  • Help from Hollywood

    Six months ago a Walden farm took on the mission of rescuing neglected alpacas. Now a surprise check from a movie star is making the necessary upgrades for their care possible.

  • Floodwaters rise in Wallkill

    “Two of my neighbors have abandoned their homes because the town has done nothing to rectify this situation,” said Donna Belskie.

  • JV sports is saved at VC

    Hundreds of local families turned out for a picnic on Sunday, helping the Valley Central Athletic Booster Club reach its goal of raising the $50,000 needed to save the district’s junior varsity program.

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