Zoning Workshop Angers Many and Satisfies Few

Zoning Workshop Angers Many and Satisfies Few

The April 7 zoning workshop filled the Haldane auditorium with over 400 persons, for a three hour discussion of the proposed re-zoning of Philipstown. Many came just to voice support or disapproval of the plan . . .

Liz Shevtchuk Armstrong

Liz Shevtchuk Armstrong

On the local government beat, the last six months of 2010 and first six months of Philipstown.info’s existence involved issues ranging from budget crunching, rezoning, and infrastructure demands to clashes over siren tests and waterfront lights, accusations from Lyndon LaRouche fans who likened President Obama to Adolf Hitler, and the disruption to Main Street from […]

Gordon Stewart

Gordon Stewart

If each of us got only one line to sum up our first six months, mine would be: Funny how the simplest ideas take the hardest work to carry out. The good news is that an e-paper doesn’t have such tough space limits. We can cover just about everything that happens in Philipstown in whatever depth and at whatever length […]

Michael Turton

Michael Turton

A number of stories I have written over the past year have a special resonance that I’d like to share. The Listening Room Returns   The pre-Christmas gathering hosted by Philipstown.info’s at its space at 69 Main Street was, on one level, simply about people getting together to enjoy really good, live music. They certainly happened, as a standing-room-only crowd […]