Joined by Rep. John Hall (D-19th District), Cold Spring Mayor Seth Gallagher, and other area dignitaries, the environmental and historical protection group Scenic Hudson will formally announce new recognition of its West Point Foundry Preserve and four related properties as a collective West Point Foundry Archaeological Site, on the National Register of Historic Places. Along […]
From parking on Fair Street to garbage on Kemble Avenue and more discussion of composting toilets on outdoor sites, the Cold Spring Village Board agenda for this Tuesday, July 6, runs the gamut of key issues. The board also has scheduled discussion of fence heights and “half stories” in buildings and of using the village […]
After two years, four drafts, and numerous meetings, hope glimmers on the Philipstown horizon for an end to the town’s tortuous rezoning effort, intended to bring land-use law into line with the conclusions of the 2006 Comprehensive Plan, itself the result of a five year process.
The Village of Cold Spring Water Department announced Tuesday that it began reading water meters this week
Got ideas about parking waivers for merchants? How about allowing use of composting toilets in public parks? Here’s a chance to express yourself
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries deploys first monitoring stations
Discussions ahead with Haldane and Philipstown officials
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Co has a number of rebate and energy saving programs for residents and businesses. Information can be found on their
Philipstown draft zoning documents and maps
The Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants in the distribution system beginning Sunday June 6th
The April 7 zoning workshop filled the Haldane auditorium with over 400 persons, for a three hour discussion of the proposed re-zoning of Philipstown. Many came just to voice support or disapproval of the plan . . .
The Special Board for a Comprehensive Plan/LWRP for the village of Cold Spring has scheduled a community planning meeting for the public
The results of budget vote are in.
The Special Board for the Comprehensive Plan invites residents and businesses to attend the next public meeting scheduled for Monday, May 10
On the local government beat, the last six months of 2010 and first six months of Philipstown.info’s existence involved issues ranging from budget crunching, rezoning, and infrastructure demands to clashes over siren tests and waterfront lights, accusations from Lyndon LaRouche fans who likened President Obama to Adolf Hitler, and the disruption to Main Street from […]