All is not fair on Fair Street when it comes to traffic
The Cold Spring Police Department had an eventful week from June 28 to July 4.
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.
Since the fire several years ago plans have been afoot by the now named Foodtown Plaza owner George Serroukas for changes. Foodtown’s lease agreement was predicated upon receiving additional space to expand the store when the lease for the post office expires in the late spring of 2011.
Joined by Rep. John Hall (D-19th District), Cold Spring Mayor Seth Gallagher, and other area dignitaries, the environmental and historical protection group Scenic Hudson will formally announce new recognition of its West Point Foundry Preserve and four related properties as a collective West Point Foundry Archaeological Site, on the National Register of Historic Places. Along […]
From parking on Fair Street to garbage on Kemble Avenue and more discussion of composting toilets on outdoor sites, the Cold Spring Village Board agenda for this Tuesday, July 6, runs the gamut of key issues. The board also has scheduled discussion of fence heights and “half stories” in buildings and of using the village […]
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.
The Village of Cold Spring Water Department announced Tuesday that it began reading water meters this week