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19 September 2021 09:14PM

Columbia County Sanctuary Movement, in partnership with the Hudson Tourism Board, celebrated our community’s culture through a parade, music, dance, food, arts, and community activities.

HUDSON- Over 1,000 attended Sunday’s Latinx Parade and Festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month! This community event was…

19 September 2021 09:14PM

Columbia County Sanctuary Movement, in partnership with the Hudson Tourism Board, celebrated our community’s culture through a parade, music, dance, food, arts, and community activities.

HUDSON- Over 1,000 attended Sunday’s Latinx Parade and Festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month! This community event was…

19 September 2021 09:14PM

Columbia County Sanctuary Movement, in partnership with the Hudson Tourism Board, celebrated our community’s culture through a parade, music, dance, food, arts, and community activities.

HUDSON- Over 1,000 attended Sunday’s Latinx Parade and Festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month! This community event was…

19 September 2021 09:14PM

Columbia County Sanctuary Movement, in partnership with the Hudson Tourism Board, celebrated our community’s culture through a parade, music, dance, food, arts, and community activities.

HUDSON- Over 1,000 attended Sunday’s Latinx Parade and Festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month! This community event was…

19 September 2021 09:02PM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/hudson-collector-stood-as-the-father-of-orphaned-art/article_efdedaff-396d-565b-a55b-066602c1a5c0.html

HUDSON — Fifteen-year Hudson resident and art collector Albert Roberts died in the early hours of Aug 29 at age 89, just as his most important find — a never-before-seen early work of 17th-century Flemish painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck — was sent overseas to…

19 September 2021 08:00PM
Bill Williams

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/greenecounty/virus-suspected-of-killing-700-deer-in-7-counties/article_0a7255d1-f0f8-54be-8676-d6a04b6ab6d6.html

A disease that has killed several deer in Hudson may be responsible for taking the lives of more than 700 deer over a seven-county area, state Department of Environmental Conservation spokesman Jomo Miller said Friday.

DEC has confirmed cases of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in Columbia, Greene,…

19 September 2021 08:00PM
Bill Williams

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/greenecounty/virus-suspected-of-killing-700-deer-in-7-counties/article_0a7255d1-f0f8-54be-8676-d6a04b6ab6d6.html

A disease that has killed several deer in Hudson may be responsible for taking the lives of more than 700 deer over a seven-county area, state Department of Environmental Conservation spokesman Jomo Miller said Friday.

DEC has confirmed cases of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in Columbia, Greene,…

14 September 2021 01:58PM
IMBY

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has granted the towns of Red Hook and Milan $99.92K to improve climate resiliency, mitigate local flooding, and restore stream habitats.

They re two of four communities to receive funding provided by the State’s Environmental Protection…

14 September 2021 01:45PM
IMBY

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has granted Hudson $125,000 to improve climate resiliency, mitigate local flooding, and restore stream habitats.

Hudson is one of four communities to receive funding provided by the State’s Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) and administered by DEC’s Hudson River…

14 September 2021 01:21PM
Bill Williams

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/police-investigate-abuse-allegations-at-greenport-day-care-center/article_28c149fb-461f-591a-b18b-2b15fd130153.html

GREENPORT — The Columbia Children’s Center remained open Friday amid an investigation into allegations of child abuse at the day care facility in Greenport.

The investigation is centered around an unidentified female employee who is no longer reporting to work, said Michael Howard, attorney for the…

11 September 2021 07:31PM
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/copake-solar-farm-injunction-hearing-on-hold/article_37191a5f-1675-5cd7-b58d-edc3875a3caa.html

COPAKE — The Town of Copake gives an update on the ORES lawsuit.

At a Copake town board meeting Thursday night board members gave an update on the town’s pending litigation against the state Office of Renewable Energy Siting.

“A court hearing scheduled for yesterday on petitioners…

11 September 2021 07:31PM
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/copake-solar-farm-injunction-hearing-on-hold/article_37191a5f-1675-5cd7-b58d-edc3875a3caa.html

COPAKE — The Town of Copake gives an update on the ORES lawsuit.

At a Copake town board meeting Thursday night board members gave an update on the town’s pending litigation against the state Office of Renewable Energy Siting.

“A court hearing scheduled for yesterday on petitioners…

11 September 2021 07:31PM
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/copake-solar-farm-injunction-hearing-on-hold/article_37191a5f-1675-5cd7-b58d-edc3875a3caa.html

COPAKE — The Town of Copake gives an update on the ORES lawsuit.

At a Copake town board meeting Thursday night board members gave an update on the town’s pending litigation against the state Office of Renewable Energy Siting.

“A court hearing scheduled for yesterday on petitioners…

11 September 2021 12:10PM
IMBY

Funding Will be Used to Promote Prevention, Increase Education and Awareness, and to Purchase and Distribute Naloxone to Help Save Lives

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the receipt of grant of $4.25 million over a five-year period from the Substance Abuse and…

11 September 2021 12:10PM
IMBY

Funding Will be Used to Promote Prevention, Increase Education and Awareness, and to Purchase and Distribute Naloxone to Help Save Lives

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the receipt of grant of $4.25 million over a five-year period from the Substance Abuse and…

11 September 2021 12:02PM
IMBY

www.agriculture.senate.gov/hearings/milk-pricing-areas-for-improvement-and-reform

Gillibrand to Emphasize Need For Federal Milk Marketing Order System Reforms To Keep Up With The 21st Century Market

WASHINGTON, DC – Wednesday, September 15TH at 9:30 AM: U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, chair of the Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, Poultry, Local Food Systems,…

11 September 2021 12:02PM
IMBY

www.agriculture.senate.gov/hearings/milk-pricing-areas-for-improvement-and-reform

Gillibrand to Emphasize Need For Federal Milk Marketing Order System Reforms To Keep Up With The 21st Century Market

WASHINGTON, DC – Wednesday, September 15TH at 9:30 AM: U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, chair of the Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, Poultry, Local Food Systems,…

11 September 2021 11:09AM
IMBY

Six residents of the Pine Haven Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center in Philmont have tested positive for COVID-19, Columbia County Department of Health Director Jack Mabb said midday today.

All six have been vaccinated, with only one showing mild symptoms and the remainder asymptomatic – the…

11 September 2021 10:52AM
Sam Raudins

//www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/greenecounty/mass-towns-rake-in-cannabis-bucks/article_79a1cdaf-10fe-5a70-b05e-6fc317688fc9.html

CATSKILL — Over three fiscal years, the town of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, has garnered more than $6.7 million in sales tax revenue and community impact fees from cannabis sales, the town finance director told the Select Board on Aug. 23.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau,…

11 September 2021 10:35AM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/police-investigating-possible-child-abuse-at-greenport-day-care-center/article_cb45e19c-3984-5cb4-bdd8-e8be1066747c.html

GREENPORT — State police are investigating allegations of child abuse at the Columbia Children’s Center at 1142 Union Turnpike in the town of Greenport, according to a statement issued Thursday evening from the Livingston barracks.

State police in Livingston are asking the public for any information…

11 September 2021 10:05AM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/good-cause-eviction-law-examined/article_aa6c9323-a83b-5ebf-8bf0-a3aa9502eb49.html

HUDSON — A law that would require landlords to justify rent increases in certain cases is under scrutiny by the Hudson Common Council.

The council’s Legal Committee furthered its discussions surrounding the proposed “good cause” eviction law Wednesday night.

The law was examined in further detail by…

11 September 2021 08:49AM
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9 September 2021 11:33PM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/officials-pivot-on-restaurant-zoning-amendment/article_abbbd927-c077-5ba2-b3ee-eb5d4fa47b2b.html

HUDSON — After considering a zoning amendment that would have allowed for eating and drinking establishments in former residential buildings, the Hudson Common Council has instead turned to a law already on the books.

The Common Council’s Legal Committee determined Wednesday that a 2018 Hudson law…

 

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