The hour glass has been turned on end and the final countdown has begun for Cold Spring residents to comment about the future of their village.
Clear weather vied with stubborn showers in Cold Spring late Friday afternoon, following days of storms that refreshed a dry Hudson River Valley but played havoc with electrical lines and road travel.
Sept. 8. Garrison Voluteer Fire Department Open House.
The Putnam County Office for the Aging is offering three workshops, all free of charge, on computers and related technology for seniors in October and November. According to the Office, the subjects and locations of the classes are as follows: Friday, Oct. 15, 12:30 p.m., William Koehler Senior Center, Route 6, Mahopac — “Skype”: downloading, […]
The Putnam County Sheriff’s office reports the arrest of a Westchester County man and his female companion on criminal charges stemming from the reported burglary of a Putnam Valley liquor store.
Cold Spring reviews options for Butterfield hospital property
The Cold Spring Special Board for a Comprehensive Plan/LWRP will release its proposed plan to the public this Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Preliminary Look Suggests Cold Spring Will End Fiscal Year with $39,207 ‘extra’Village Board also Gets Water Update; Votes on Controversial Transcripts
Budget trend indicates Cold Spring could end fiscal 2010-11 with $39,207 more in the general fund than foreseen
The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department reports the arrest of 13 people for allegedly selling alcoholic beverages to under-aged customers at area stores, among them one in Philipstown.
Philipstown’s Conservation Advisory Committee (CAC) Tuesday night (Sept. 21) postponed action on a project that pits neighbors against neighbor over plans to build a driveway through a delicate wetland.
Foreseeing a brighter future with \”dark skiesÃ¢â‚¬Â technology, backers of a proposed new lighting system for the Cold Spring dock held a demonstration Sept. 16, offering a look at updated railing options as well.
The Cold Spring Water Department found two leaks in the distribution system last week, both located on private service lines.
Meeting Sept. 16, the Philipstown Planning Board approved plans for continuing a soil processing operation on Route 9.
Already more than two years in the making, Philipstown’s rezoning effort could end in early winter, under the latest timetable. Delivery of a new \”build-outÃ¢â‚¬Â analysis, expected by Friday (Sept. 24)
At its Sept. 16, 2010 meeting, the Planning Board directed consultant Ron Gainer to prepare a resolution approving the new plans for the property, known to most as “Guinans,” contingent only upon his review of Part 3 of the Environmental Assessment Form (EAF) required by New York State.