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Politics/Government
20 February 2017 12:07AM
Flying Deer Nature Center

flyingdeernaturecenter.org/race-dialogues-conversation

Flying Deer Nature Center hosts a public conversation about race and racism on Wednesday, March 1, from 7–9 pm at its education center, 5 Abode Rd. in New Lebanon. The event is open to all local and regional organizations and community members.

The discussion will…

18 February 2017 07:51PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood.…

18 February 2017 07:45PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood.…

18 February 2017 05:32PM
Roger Hannigan-Gilson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_6125f38c-f58e-11e6-9f61-9b72a972998f.html?referer_url=/news/article_6125f38c-f58e-11e6-9f61-9b72a972998f.html

HUDSON — About 200 people gathered at the steps of the Columbia County Courthouse to protest the detention of three men in Hudson by immigration authorities and wider detentions across the country.

The three — Carlos Eduardo Romero, 35, Sortero F. Martinez, 41, and Audulio Gustavo…

18 February 2017 04:24PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-
up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the
NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the
eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the
proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood. You can read…

18 February 2017 04:24PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-
up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the
NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the
eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the
proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood. You can read…

18 February 2017 04:24PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-
up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the
NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the
eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the
proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood. You can read…

18 February 2017 04:24PM
FOUR-D Projects

FOUR-D is pleased to announce the opening of our latest pop-
up exhibition NASTY WOMEN HV, the Hudson Valley edition of the
NASTY WOMEN exhibition series, created in collaboration with the
eponymous New York City-based collective as a response to the
proposed defunding of Planned Parenthood. You can read…

18 February 2017 12:08PM
Blue Dot Indivisible Hudson

Blue Dot Hudson Indivisible will meet at 5:30 to 7:00 at the Red Dot on Tuesday, February 28th, 321 Warren Street

17 February 2017 08:34PM
Enid Futterman

Last time we stood on a dark, cold night with candles and big hearts in defiance of Trump’s Muslim ban. This time it was the ICE raids. This week four Hudson residents were “detained,” a nicer word for deported, or soon to be. To Immigration…

17 February 2017 01:50PM
Pamela Kline

www.columbiapaper.com/2017/02/protest-crowd-prompts-talk-law/

Since his swearing in on January 4th, embattled freshman Congressman John Faso has been hearing often from his constituents on the issues that matter to them. In his district offices he has had to increase his voice mail capabilities in order to deal with…

17 February 2017 11:53AM
Roger Hannigan-Gilson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_78da375c-f4cd-11e6-bcd8-97b9f3fc8eef.html

HUDSON — Mayor Tiffany Martin Hamilton responded with strong words Thursday to the detention of three men by federal immigration agents after appearing in Hudson City Court on drunken driving charges.

The three men — Carlos Eduardo Romero, 35, Sortero F. Martinez, 41, and Audulio Gustavo…

17 February 2017 11:50AM
Rosa Acheson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_ddb988da-f4cd-11e6-bf0a-2f5dab07e4ba.html

HUDSON — Local business owners will host a “Strike for Democracy, Work for Community” fundraiser Friday to benefit the Hudson Sloop Club and support education and children in the community.

The event corresponds with nationwide work, shopping and spending strikes occurring Friday, but the idea in…

16 February 2017 07:20PM
Rosa Acheson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_e3de9c4a-f3fc-11e6-9c7a-6b295b1af483.html

HUDSON — The Columbia County Board of Elections announced completion of the city voter database realignment Tuesday, the board said in a statement.

The realignment was done in compliance with Proposition 1: “A Local Law to Amend the Boundaries of the Wards of the City of…

16 February 2017 12:31PM
Roger Hannigan-Gilson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_10d31df2-f3da-11e6-b865-475c549b1644.html

HUDSON — Three men charged with driving drunk were taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers while appearing in Hudson City Court on Wednesday morning.

The detention of the three men was confirmed by Hudson Police Chief Edward Moore and their attorney, Michael C.…

15 February 2017 02:53PM
Carol Peckham

keepinganeyeonafforablecare.blogspot.com/2017/02/insurers-desert-sinking-aca-can-it.html

No doubt about it, the ACA is in trouble. The insurance industry lost several billion dollars between 2014 and 2016 from their engagement in the ACA. During 2017, 15 new insurance issuers will enter the market, but 83 are dropping out, which reverses the…

15 February 2017 02:53PM
Carol Peckham

keepinganeyeonafforablecare.blogspot.com/2017/02/insurers-desert-sinking-aca-can-it.html

No doubt about it, the ACA is in trouble. The insurance industry lost several billion dollars between 2014 and 2016 from their engagement in the ACA. During 2017, 15 new insurance issuers will enter the market, but 83 are dropping out, which reverses the…

15 February 2017 02:53PM
Carol Peckham

keepinganeyeonafforablecare.blogspot.com/2017/02/insurers-desert-sinking-aca-can-it.html

No doubt about it, the ACA is in trouble. The insurance industry lost several billion dollars between 2014 and 2016 from their engagement in the ACA. During 2017, 15 new insurance issuers will enter the market, but 83 are dropping out, which reverses the…

15 February 2017 02:53PM
Carol Peckham

keepinganeyeonafforablecare.blogspot.com/2017/02/insurers-desert-sinking-aca-can-it.html

No doubt about it, the ACA is in trouble. The insurance industry lost several billion dollars between 2014 and 2016 from their engagement in the ACA. During 2017, 15 new insurance issuers will enter the market, but 83 are dropping out, which reverses the…

13 February 2017 12:22PM
Julie Metz

www.dailyfreeman.com/general-news/20170209/some-of-rep-fasos-constituents-find-new-congressman-inaccessible

Hello All
I was in DC for a writer conference and was proud to join a group of NY-19 writers who met with Rep John Faso’s aides. 16,000 people in our district are insured through ACA. Many of those citizens likely didn’t understand till now that…

13 February 2017 10:35AM
Gina Hyams

www.spencertownacademy.org

Spencertown, New York– Spencertown Academy Arts Center’s Conversations with Neighbors presents Helping the Hudson Valley: Where Are We Headed? on Saturday, March 4 at 3:00pm. This community discussion will explore the current economic state of the region and those bent on improving it for all.…

12 February 2017 12:14PM

Community Development Council Initial Meeting – 2/4/17 – Summary

Attending: Derek Porter, Anne Lindberg, Kit White, Robyn Reynolds (CDRPC), Robin Massa, Clara Van Tassel, Roger Mooney, Sue Bassin, Susan Friedlander, Bob Murphy, Lynne Perrella, Gerry Fultz (chair)

• The next meeting will take place 3/11/17, 10AM at Town…

11 February 2017 10:58AM
Scott Myers

The misuse of borrowed money for a new clubhouse for the Sheriff’s office seems derailed. The participation of 50 attendees at last Wednesday’s legislature meeting is highly rewarding. At this point the discussion becomes far more interesting. It’s FAR less expensive and…

11 February 2017 10:58AM
Scott Myers

The misuse of borrowed money for a new clubhouse for the Sheriff’s office seems derailed. The participation of 50 attendees at last Wednesday’s legislature meeting is highly rewarding. At this point the discussion becomes far more interesting. It’s FAR less expensive and…

10 February 2017 10:21PM
Roger Hannigan-Gilson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_b32711b0-ef45-11e6-baf4-978d63d7ae75.html

The county Board of Supervisors is in the beginning stages of considering an additional property tax exemption for veterans.

The measure proposes giving veterans the highest county property tax exemption allowed by state law. The exemption would increase from $16,000 to $24,000 for veterans who have…

 

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