Representatives of the Lyndon LaRouche organization generated both support — including money — and strong criticism when they brought their \”Impeach ObamaÃ¢â‚¬Â campaign to Cold Spring’s Foodtown plaza on Wednesday. (Sept. 1).
The village’s Upper and Lower Dams, located off Foundry Pond Road in North Highlands, and their partner, the Foundry Brook Dam on Fishkill Road, are the subject of an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) awaiting attention by the Village Board.
Cold Spring Village Board Passes Law Allowing Composting Toilets at Parks; Talks of fee levels for parking waivers
After months of deliberations, the Cold Spring Village Board last Wednesday (Aug. 25) enacted a law allowing use of composting toilets in parks.
The Town of Philipstown has filed an appeal of a court order that it issue a zoning variance for a used-car lot along Route 9 in Garrison.
The Cold Spring Village Board voted 4-1 Wednesday night (Aug. 25) to use a 1/2 —second test twice a day for the fire siren, with a 40-second blast to sound in cases of actual emergency.
Aug. 21 – Cold Spring police and firefighters responded to a two-car collision at the corner of Main Street (Route 301) and Morris Avenue (Route 9D) that apparently produced no serious injuries
Those seeking to build a house in a busy commercial industry district get a break in Philipstown’s mid-summer rezoning draft — the fifth since 2008.
The Cold Spring Water Department announced Monday night (Aug. 16) that it had shut down use of the reservoir system and begun \”utilizing its emergency connection to the New York City Aqueduct water supply, effective immediately.Ã¢â‚¬Â
Contention over minutes and agendas, bubbling beneath the surface at the Cold Spring Village Board for weeks, erupted Tuesday (Aug. 10) over late additions to board minutes of May 25 and June 15, sessions marked by disputes over Village policy on the Butterfield Hospital site.
The Village of Cold Spring ended the 2009-10 fiscal year with a fund balance of $128,000, a positive turn after years of budget deficits, according to a financial report given the mayor and trustees Tuesday evening (Aug. 10).
Philipstown’s Town Board last week moved toward membership in the Hudson River Valley Greenway Compact and disputed notions that a reference in rezoning documents to Putnam County’s Greenway program undermines property rights.
The Cold Spring fire siren blasted its way back into controversy Tuesday
A recent report on the Cold Spring water system’s fire-protection capability reveals dire needs and decades of inactivity, despite repeated warnings of deficiencies.
Rescuers “have been treating him like gold”
Cold Spring’s driving problem dominated the village board agenda again last night (July 27), when Church Street residents sought remedies for speeding on a block where 20 children live.