Sleuthing by the Cold Spring Police Department retrieved an expensive bicycle several weeks after it was stolen and gave the alleged thief an appointment with the local justice court, according to information from Commanding Officer George Kane. In a written report to the Cold Spring Village Board Aug. 10, Kane noted that, among other […]
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 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.
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
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.
By a margin of only 2 votes, residents of the North Highlands Fire District approved the purchase of a new pumper/rescue truck.
The Butterfield Library has installed a new book return at the rear parking lot.
The historic fireboat John J. Harvey, a nautical hero, will visit the Cold Spring dock this weekend, Saturday, Aug. 14 and Sunday, Aug. 15, and give free tours and rides
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.
With primary election day coming up on Sept. 14, the Putnam County Board of Elections wants to give voters a chance to practice; bringing sample voting machines to Philipstown.
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).
Selected areas of the West Point Foundry Preserve’s Foundry Cove marsh are being planted with native wetland vegetation to further restore the area to a healthy tidal freshwater marsh habitat.
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the arrest of a Putnam County man on a felony criminal charge stemming from an armed robbery which occurred in the Town of Philipstown.
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.
Thanks to Grace and Benny Zaken there may soon be one less empty storefront on Main Street in Cold Spring.