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  • Between a rock and a wet place

    “I’m anxious to save the project,” Lee Titus told the Shawangunk Town Board last week. Titus was before the board to request cluster approval for his 31-lot subdivision located on 25 acres off Buena Vista Avenue. That request was hampered by a negative recommendation from the Planning Board.

  • Walden farm on a rescue mission

    “If no one intervenes they are going to start dying—if they haven’t already,” said Helen King of My Saddle Brook Farm in Walden.

  • Walden weighs change for ethics board

    Last week the Walden Village Board continued ongoing discussions to expand the powers of the Ethics Board, addressing several different aspects including the purpose of the board and who could bring a matter before it.

  • Pine Bush projects 2.8% tax hike

    Pine Bush Central School District officials who have begun the difficult task of building the 2013-2014 budget shared their progress during two recent Board of Education meetings.

  • Walden fills board vacancy

    “I have always been impressed with Jerry’s desire to be involved in our community and I am confident that he will make a great addition to the Village of Walden Board of Trustees,” said Walden Mayor Brian Maher.

  • A matter of grave concern

    If Harold Card’s neighbors could talk, they’d have a treasure trove of stories to tell, from fleeing Indian attacks, to building ice cream empires, to murder and tales of war and witchcraft.

  • New fears for the future of the Maybrook School

    At the first in a series of Citizens’ Advisory Budget Committee (CABC) meetings to be held over the course of the next few weeks, Valley Central School District Superintendent Dr. Richard Hooley announced that the school district is facing a shortfall of $8,687,000.

  • Fire destroys Shawangunk home

    Firefighters from several departments battled a massive blaze and single digit temperatures at a home on Bruyn Turnpike last week.

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