Already more than two years in the making, Philipstown’s rezoning effort could end in early winter, under the latest timetable. Delivery of a new \”build-outÃ¢â‚¬Â analysis, expected by Friday (Sept. 24)
After nearly a year of discussion, the Cold Spring Village Board set a $250 fee for businesses for a waiver in lieu of providing off-street parking.
Sept 8. New York State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef announced her candidacy for re-election in the 90th District.
Overturning a decision made only 13 days earlier, the Cold Spring Village Board voted 3-1 on Tuesday night (Sept. 7) to increase the village fire siren’s twice daily tests from one-half second to four seconds.
The Depot Theatre has a new place to create stage sets, thanks to a $1- a-year lease granting access to the old Garrison Volunteer Fire Company building on Upper Station Road.
The Philipstown Town Board Thursday night (Sept. 2) got updates on money-saving roadwork, possible fire department consolidation, and the long-sought traffic light at Route 9 and Fishkill Road.
Representatives of the Lyndon LaRouche organization generated both support — including money — and strong criticism when they brought their \”Impeach ObamaÃ¢â‚¬Â campaign to Cold Spring’s Foodtown plaza on Wednesday. (Sept. 1).
The village’s Upper and Lower Dams, located off Foundry Pond Road in North Highlands, and their partner, the Foundry Brook Dam on Fishkill Road, are the subject of an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) awaiting attention by the Village Board.