The Special Board met on Sept. 2 to consider two key chapters of the plan – the riverfront and economic vitality – and it was obvious that there is still much internal disagreement.
(Cold Spring, NY) The word ‘awesome’ was taken off life support today and declared legally dead.
Philipstown.info’s Michael Turton recently spoke with Haldane High School principal Brian Alm at his office.
Officials of the Town of Philipstown were quick to respond to a recently completed five-year audit of the Town’s finances.
The village board for Cold Spring’s closest neighbor held its monthly meeting on Monday, August 16 and it was a brief affair to say the least.
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The clock is ticking for the Special Board for the Comprehensive Plan (SBCP) for the Village of Cold Spring, as board members took a fresh look at the timetable for completing the plan.
New athletic director hired
Haldane Central School District may be very close to answering a question that has been on the table for years: What is the most cost effective way to upgrade the aging heating system while spending less money on energy?
Thanks to Grace and Benny Zaken there may soon be one less empty storefront on Main Street in Cold Spring.
Putnam County legislator Vinny Tamagna reported that an agreement for the County’s proposed purchase of Butterfield Hospital could be finalized by the county legislature in September.
Part of Cold Spring and Route 9D south to Bear Mountain suffered a power outage Friday night. The lights went out abruptly just before 8:00 p.m when a large tree fell over power lines on Route 9D just south of Indian Brook Road.
Fascinating exhibit explores history of local business
Just what is it that makes a place a community?
In early July while students still savored the earliest days of their summer vacation, elected officials and senior administration of the Haldane Central School District met to continue planning for the next school year. The reorganization meeting is an annual tradition that may not make for dramatic headlines, but offers hints of what parents and tax payers can expect in the months ahead.