The Putnam County Department of Health today (July 22) alerted area restaurants to a scam, perhaps part of a national fraud scheme, in which a caller claiming to be a Health Department employee attempts to schedule a bogus \”inspection.Ã¢â‚¬Â
An industrial process that illuminated 19th-century homes now casts a frightening shadow over the Hudson Riverfront as Cold Spring confronts coal tar — the dangerous residue left behind by a factory that turned coal into fuel for gaslights.
Philipstown officials this month launched an effort to consolidate the town’s fire departments and urgent-response medical units into a new, town-wide emergency services district.
A cafe and a tavern on Cold Spring’s Main Street suffered break-ins and thefts the night of July 13-14, each losing about $400 in money or equipment.
All is not fair on Fair Street when it comes to traffic
Joined by officials representing government from Congress to village hall, Scenic Hudson July 7 announced a $600,000 state grant for its West Point Foundry Preserve and celebrated new federal recognition not only of the preserve but of four other historic properties in Cold Spring, linked as the West Point Foundry Archeological Site.
After two years, four drafts, and numerous meetings, hope glimmers on the Philipstown horizon for an end to the town’s tortuous rezoning effort, intended to bring land-use law into line with the conclusions of the 2006 Comprehensive Plan, itself the result of a five year process.
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