The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department reports the arrest of 13 people for allegedly selling alcoholic beverages to under-aged customers at area stores, among them one in Philipstown.
Philipstown’s Conservation Advisory Committee (CAC) Tuesday night (Sept. 21) postponed action on a project that pits neighbors against neighbor over plans to build a driveway through a delicate wetland.
Foreseeing a brighter future with \”dark skiesÃ¢â‚¬Â technology, backers of a proposed new lighting system for the Cold Spring dock held a demonstration Sept. 16, offering a look at updated railing options as well.
The Cold Spring Water Department found two leaks in the distribution system last week, both located on private service lines.
Meeting Sept. 16, the Philipstown Planning Board approved plans for continuing a soil processing operation on Route 9.
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)
At its Sept. 16, 2010 meeting, the Planning Board directed consultant Ron Gainer to prepare a resolution approving the new plans for the property, known to most as “Guinans,” contingent only upon his review of Part 3 of the Environmental Assessment Form (EAF) required by New York State.
The Village of Cold Spring monthly Board of Trustee meetings will be televised on local public access Channel 22 in Cold Spring and Channel 78 in Garrison. Broadcasts are scheduled for the Thursday and Friday immediately following the montly meeting. Viewing times this week are: Thursday, Sept. 16 at 3:00 pm Friday, Sept. 17 at 9:00 […]