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21 November 2019 07:18PM

Last week, Peckham Industries’ Catskill facility submitted a proposal to import 600,000 tons of construction and demolition (C&D) waste into Catskill, NY. This proposal was sent to the Catskill Town Planning Board and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). These materials may…

Politics/Government
21 November 2019 03:20PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/panel-ok%E2%80%99s-office-acquisition-5-4-vote

CATSKILL — Controversy over Greene County’s acquisition of the temporary sheriff’s office in Coxsackie one year after the county began renting it continued Monday night.

The proposed $400,000 purchase passed the Greene County Legislature’s Finance Committee in a 5-4 vote.

In October 2018, the Legislature approved an…

Hard news | Politics/Government
21 November 2019 03:14PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/planners-vote-battery-storage-project

CATSKILL — A battery storage project proposed for Catskill will not have an adverse impact on the environment, town planners said Monday.

The Town of Catskill Planning Board issued the negative declaration on the state environmental review at a meeting last week.

Glidepath, an alternative energy company…

Local culture
21 November 2019 12:40PM
Koethi Zan

The Hudson Valley Academy of the Performing Arts will present its ninth annual production of The Nutcracker on Sunday, December 1st. Two performances, one at 2 pm and one at 6 pm, will take place at the Taconic Hills Performing Arts Center, located within the…

Hard news | Politics/Government
21 November 2019 10:37AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/hudson-common-council-considers-eliminating-city-attorney-residency-requirement

HUDSON — The Common Council is considering a local law that would eliminate the residence boundary requirement for anyone hired to serve as city attorney.

If a change to the city code is successful, the new attorney would not have to hail from Hudson or Columbia…

Soft news | Local living | Body/Soul
21 November 2019 10:33AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/historic-city-church-reaches-stars

HUDSON — The city’s first established church is seeking donations for a new roof.

The 183-year-old First Presbyterian Church at 369 Main St. features a historic clock steeple that can be seen from many vantage points along Warren Street from its home at 369 Warren St.,…

Local food/farms | Local living
21 November 2019 09:01AM
John Isaacs

coolhunting.com/food-drink/touring-hillrock-estate-distillery/

Hillrock opened its doors in 2011 and, while their tasting room is the best place to conclude a visit, their portfolio of award-winning whiskies is the best place to start when understanding the vision of founder and owner Jeff Baker and the late Dave Pickerell,…

Local culture | Body/Soul
21 November 2019 08:55AM
Karen Rosand

Presented by the Korean Spirit and Culture Project
at the Won Dharma Center in Claverack

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2019
10:00am

This event will include two short documentary films. One will focus on King Sejong the Great, a truly enlightened monarch from the 15th century. His motto was, “The…

Soft news | Politics/Government
21 November 2019 08:34AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/delgado-talks-impeachment-hearings

COPAKE — U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado has more questions about President Donald Trump’s dealings with the Ukrainians over former Vice President Joe Biden.

“This investigation is leading to critical facts to be revealed,” Delgado, D-19, told a standing-room-only crowd at Copake Town Hall, 230 Mountain View…

Politics/Government
21 November 2019 07:52AM
Dan Udell

A number of important resolutions were passed. Toward the end of the meeting, Sergeant Christopher Filli, shown, speaking on behalf of the police officers and the police union, wanted to know “why the Council is remaining silent on the police contract.” A heated…

Local food/farms | Local living
21 November 2019 12:20AM
Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack

It is time for the 59th Annual Bazaar! Saturday, November 23rd from 10 am – 2 pm

There will be crafts for sale in our Yule Booth; the Trifles and Treasures booth; the Knitting Nook, Good Earth Booth, the Pantry Shelf, the Pine Room Luncheon and…

Local culture
21 November 2019 12:08AM
Joyce Goldstein Gallery

joycegoldsteingallery.com

Opening Reception:
Saturday, November 23, 4-6 pm
Joyce Goldstein Gallery, 19 Central Square, Chatham

The artists in Drawn Down hail from upstate New York, Massachusetts and New York City and employ an extensive range of drawing techniques. Drawing may be an incidental part of a particular artist’s…

Local culture
21 November 2019 12:01AM
Spotty Dog

thespottydog.com

Friday, November 22nd 8:00pm. $8.

Taylor-Rae Yarrow is a contemporary artist, always evolving, and bouncing among folk, experimental, and noise inspirations. There will be a support act to be announced.

Local culture | Kids and Schools
20 November 2019 10:12PM

Kids Need Music presents a program of art songs, arias and popular songs by acclaimed soprano Kathleen O’Mara and pianist Chris Reynolds to be performed at the Spencertown Academy on Saturday November 23 at 3pm. Please visit www.SpencertownAcademy.org for tickets.

The program will include…

 

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