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Politics/Government
11 December 2019 10:38AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/federal-credit-unions-offer-nontraditional-banking-option

HUDSON — A new banking option is coming to the Twin Counties.

Greylock Federal Credit Union has announced it will open a new branch in the Fairview Avenue area of Hudson. The company recently signed a lease for a site and hired a project manager to…

11 December 2019 09:58AM
Dan Udell

Among the legislation is a resolution authorizing the restoration of Promenade Hill and the redesign of the plaza at the entrance to the historic park. Also discussed was the Mayor’s veto of the 9-month moratorium on AirBnBs. The issue will be further explored at next…

10 December 2019 01:05PM

Entering the contemporary art space located just a few minutes’ walk from my home in the Hudson Valley last fall, I had no idea what to expect. Gallerist Jack Shainman had just opened an exhibition by the Botswana-born artist Meleko Mokgosi. Entitled “Democratic Intuition,” Mokgosi’s…

9 December 2019 08:04PM
Peter Jung

The next public hearing on Colarusso’s deeply problematic waterfront proposal is this Tuesday, December 10th at 6 pm, and we hope you will attend The hearing will be held at Hudson Area Library.

DATE & TIME: Tuesday, December 10th @ 6 pm
LOCATION:…

7 December 2019 09:07AM
Michael Chameides

kamalforhudson.com/appointments

Hudson Mayor-Elect Kamal Johnson announced his first round of appointments. He is appointing innovative Police Chief Peter Volkmann as Police Commissioner, accomplished Peter Bujanow as Department of Public Works Commissioner, experienced Tracy Delaney as City Clerk, and community activist Michael Chameides as Mayor’s Aide.

“These…

7 December 2019 08:31AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/drug-court-grads-diplomas-are-new-lease-life

HUDSON — The challenging journey made by the graduates of the Columbia County Adult Treatment Court was evident Friday from the proud smiles of family and friends as they watched many of their loved ones accept their diplomas signifying they graduated from the program.

As part…

6 December 2019 06:03PM
Johnson Newspapers

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/protestors-barrett-no-more-vaccine-mandates

HUDSON — In the middle of a frigid December day, more than 20 children, teens and adults lined Warren Street in front of the office of Assemblywoman Didi Barrett, D-106, holding three-foot posters for passersby to see.

“NY legislators want to FORCE HPV and FLU SHOTS,”…

6 December 2019 12:48PM
Art Bassin

townofancram.org

Here are my notes from the 11/21 final budget public hearing and town board meetings. Official minutes from Town Clerk Monica Cleveland will be available and posted on the town website at www.ancramny.org when approved by the Town Board.

Final Budget Public Hearing

There were…

4 December 2019 08:14PM
Art Bassin

The Ancramdale Historic District, which goes from the intersection of Route 82, County Route 8 and County Route 3, along County Route 8 to the bottom of Maple Lane, has been listed on the National Registry of Historic Places as of November 27, 2019.

Now…

4 December 2019 11:56AM
Columbia County Historical Society

COLUMBIA COUNTY, NY –

At their recent October 19th Annual Members’ Meeting, the Columbia County Board of Trustees unanimously voted Greg Pettyjohn as their new Treasurer, effective immediately.

Pettyjohn grew up in the Southwest United States, and received his Bachelor degree in Physical Chemistry from the University…

4 December 2019 11:56AM
Columbia County Historical Society

COLUMBIA COUNTY, NY –

At their recent October 19th Annual Members’ Meeting, the Columbia County Board of Trustees unanimously voted Greg Pettyjohn as their new Treasurer, effective immediately.

Pettyjohn grew up in the Southwest United States, and received his Bachelor degree in Physical Chemistry from the University…

4 December 2019 11:56AM
Columbia County Historical Society

COLUMBIA COUNTY, NY –

At their recent October 19th Annual Members’ Meeting, the Columbia County Board of Trustees unanimously voted Greg Pettyjohn as their new Treasurer, effective immediately.

Pettyjohn grew up in the Southwest United States, and received his Bachelor degree in Physical Chemistry from the University…

4 December 2019 11:56AM
Columbia County Historical Society

COLUMBIA COUNTY, NY –

At their recent October 19th Annual Members’ Meeting, the Columbia County Board of Trustees unanimously voted Greg Pettyjohn as their new Treasurer, effective immediately.

Pettyjohn grew up in the Southwest United States, and received his Bachelor degree in Physical Chemistry from the University…

3 December 2019 06:19PM
SAVE CRARYVILLE

www.SaveCraryville.org

PUBLIC HEARING THIS THURSDAY
Regarding the proposed GRJH Gas Station Development
Thursday, December 5, 2019 – 7:00P
Copake Town Hall
230 Mountain View Road, Copake, NY

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1017188441979002/

SUBSURFACE SOIL AND GROUNDWATER PETROLEUM CONTAMINATION DISCOVERED ON GRJH SITE — Highlights of the November 7th Public Hearing

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Watch the full…

3 December 2019 06:19PM
SAVE CRARYVILLE

www.SaveCraryville.org

PUBLIC HEARING THIS THURSDAY
Regarding the proposed GRJH Gas Station Development
Thursday, December 5, 2019 – 7:00P
Copake Town Hall
230 Mountain View Road, Copake, NY

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1017188441979002/

SUBSURFACE SOIL AND GROUNDWATER PETROLEUM CONTAMINATION DISCOVERED ON GRJH SITE — Highlights of the November 7th Public Hearing

____________________

Watch the full…

3 December 2019 06:19PM
SAVE CRARYVILLE

www.SaveCraryville.org

PUBLIC HEARING THIS THURSDAY
Regarding the proposed GRJH Gas Station Development
Thursday, December 5, 2019 – 7:00P
Copake Town Hall
230 Mountain View Road, Copake, NY

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1017188441979002/

SUBSURFACE SOIL AND GROUNDWATER PETROLEUM CONTAMINATION DISCOVERED ON GRJH SITE — Highlights of the November 7th Public Hearing

____________________

Watch the full…

3 December 2019 06:19PM
SAVE CRARYVILLE

www.SaveCraryville.org

PUBLIC HEARING THIS THURSDAY
Regarding the proposed GRJH Gas Station Development
Thursday, December 5, 2019 – 7:00P
Copake Town Hall
230 Mountain View Road, Copake, NY

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1017188441979002/

SUBSURFACE SOIL AND GROUNDWATER PETROLEUM CONTAMINATION DISCOVERED ON GRJH SITE — Highlights of the November 7th Public Hearing

____________________

Watch the full…

3 December 2019 11:48AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/ny-ag-state-should-fund-body-worn-cameras-state-police

ALBANY — A nationwide Associated Press survey recently found the New York State Police are one of the few large-scale city and state police agencies across the U.S. that do not use body-worn cameras.

The results of the study were met with a strong response from…

3 December 2019 11:48AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/ny-ag-state-should-fund-body-worn-cameras-state-police

ALBANY — A nationwide Associated Press survey recently found the New York State Police are one of the few large-scale city and state police agencies across the U.S. that do not use body-worn cameras.

The results of the study were met with a strong response from…

3 December 2019 11:43AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/cuomo-declares-state-emergency-columbia-greene-0

HUDSON — Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a state of emergency for the Capital Region, including Columbia and Greene counties, Monday.

“I’m also deploying 300 members of the National Guard to assist with snow removal and clean-up operations in these counties,” Cuomo said in a statement.

The governor’s…

3 December 2019 11:01AM

Local Author Bill Shannon Releases his book, The River’s Never Full.

A new novel based on a controversial 2012 eviction of anglers occupying fishing shanties in Hudson, N.Y. is set to be released by Two-Headed Calf Press on December 8.

To celebrate the occasion, Spotty Dog Books…

2 December 2019 02:37PM
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1 December 2019 11:24PM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/amedore-announces-he-will-not-seek-re-election-0

ALBANY — State Sen. George Amedore, R-46, announced Friday he will not seek election to another term in office in 2020.

“After careful consideration and reflection, I have decided not to seek re-election to the New York State Senate in 2020,” Amedore said in a statement…

1 December 2019 12:11PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/peckham-cd-materials-not-contaminated

CATSKILL — Residents packed town hall Tuesday night to learn more about a proposal to import construction and demolition debris to a former cement plant in Smith’s Landing.

Peckham Industries submitted an application to the state Department of Environmental Conservation last month for a berm construction…

 

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