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Phoenicia hosts fundraiser for Ukraine on May 29
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This carnage and brutality and horror we’re witnessing today has been going on for a long time in Ukraine and that part of the world. “Slava Ukraini! Benefit for the People of Ukraine” will take place on Sunday, May 29, 3p.m.-6 p.m., at the Phoenicia United Methodist Church, 29 Church Street, Phoenicia. Admission is by donation. Entertainment...
Woodstock Library board President Jeff Collins granted ACD in sign stealing case
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Woodstock Library board President Jeff Collins will face no legal repercussions for taking anti-library-bond signs as long as he is on his best behavior for the next six months. The post Woodstock Library board President Jeff Collins granted ACD in sign stealing case first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Mohonk Consultations honors Bon-Odori Festival founder Youko Yamamoto
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Mohonk Consultations has announced that its 2022 Distinguished Achievement Award event will celebrate Hudson Valley resident Youko Yamamoto for her work as a peace activist, chef and cultural ambassador. The post Mohonk Consultations honors Bon-Odori Festival founder Youko Yamamoto first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Good week for Pat Ryan
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Popular Ulster County executive Pat Ryan's prospects for winning a congressional seat brightened considerably this past week. It wasn't because of anything he did. It was because of what other people did or didn't do. The post Good week for Pat Ryan first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Town of Saugerties Planning Board approves Elna Magnetics expansion
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The Town of Saugerties Planning Board voted to grant conditional final approval to Elna Magnetic’s plan to add a building to its complex on Malden Turnpike. The plan must still include a final lighting plan that uses fixtures that direct the light down to avoid lighting the night sky. The post Town of Saugerties Planning Board approves Elna...
Bearsville Center seeks some approval for limited outdoor music
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Outdated zoning and contradicting noise regulations may put a crimp in Bearsville Center’s outdoor music plans and the frustrated Woodstock Planning Board says its hands are tied. The post Bearsville Center seeks some approval for limited outdoor music first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Tempers rise over Lazy River expansion, noise
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Discussions continued at the May 17 special meeting of the Gardiner Town Board on the requests by Lazy River, LLC to designate a Campground Floating District and obtain a Special Use Permit for its Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Campground. The post Tempers rise over Lazy River expansion, noise first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Groundbreaking at the McKinstry Bridge in Gardiner
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Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, Legislature Chair Tracey Bartels and Gardiner Town Supervisor Marybeth Majestic have announced the beginning of work on the McKinstry Bridge in Gardiner that has been closed since 2020. The post Groundbreaking at the McKinstry Bridge in Gardiner first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Faulty water heater at NPHS forces a temporary return to remote learning
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Students at New Paltz High School last week briefly returned to remote learning, not due to recent local upticks in Covid-19 infections, but because of a faulty water heater.  The post Faulty water heater at NPHS forces a temporary return to remote learning first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game…
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Last week in Kingston, vintage baseball was alive and well at Hutton Park while host team Ulster Guards played against the Bovina Dairymen. The post Take Me Out to the Ball Game… first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Voters will choose between change and continuity in Assembly primary
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The June 28 primary election between incumbent Kevin Cahill and challenger Sarahana Shrestha is drawing near. In recent years, primary challenges against hometown favorite Cahill, who has represented his district for the last dozen election cycles, have been non-existent. The post Voters will choose between change and continuity in Assembly primary...
Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair returns to New Paltz for its 41st year
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The Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair returns to the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz on Memorial Day weekend for its 41st year, celebrating the artists who found new opportunities amid pandemic cancellations and modifications. The post Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair returns to New Paltz for its 41st year first appeared on Hudson...
Local therapists provide uninterrupted free care to foster-care kids
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More than 130 children in Ulster County live in foster care. These children often experience physical and/or emotional traumas that require their removal from their biological parents’ care. They often experience a nomadic life moving from foster home to foster home.  The post Local therapists provide uninterrupted free care to foster-care kids...
Mental-health commissioner must navigate complex relationships
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The five million dollars in federal ARPA money allocated for the provision of mental-health services provides the spark of creativity with which Ulster County can organize its programs more effectively, according to Tara McDonald, the first commissioner of the unit newly separated from the county’s health department. The uptown Kingston resident...
Hapag Kainan in Highland offers Filipino culinary delights
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If you come to the Highland hamlet’s brand-new restaurant Hapag Kainan, you’ll find more than just excellent Filipino cuisine; you’ll find a welcoming attitude and a bit of philosophy as well. “My kitchen is deep,” says chef/owner Alvin Balabastro. And he means it on more levels than one. The post Hapag Kainan in Highland offers Filipino...
Despite Collins’ arrest, Library Board votes to keep its president
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Voicing their support of Collins’ community work and leadership, Library trustees, at their meeting May 19, voted to reject his offer to resign. They cited his leadership that brought the library to victory with the 845-500 election passage of a $3.95 million bond to purchase the former Miller/Howard building and move the library to 10 Dixon...
Woodstock Housing Task Force ready to reveal zoning change proposals
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A Woodstock panel tasked with finding ways to encourage more affordable housing in the town is poised to give its final recommendations May 31. The post Woodstock Housing Task Force ready to reveal zoning change proposals first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
School budgets cruise to approval
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In unofficial results, local school budgets passed with relative ease. The post School budgets cruise to approval first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
New IDA board named
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The Ulster County Legislature named a mostly new slate of directors of the Ulster County Industrial Development Agency (UCIDA) at its monthly meeting on May 17. The two sole holdovers from the previous seven-member board are education professor and Accord resident Diane Eynon and union rep Michael Ham of Kingston. The post New IDA board named first...
After bond passage, Woodstock Library trustees ready plans for purchase and move
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Work could begin in early July on the Woodstock Library’s future home at 10 Dixon Avenue if all goes according to plan. Per results certified May 13 by the Ulster County Board of Elections, a proposition to borrow $3.95 million for the purchase and renovation of a building at that location was approved by town voters, 845-500. The post After bond...
Village of Saugerties planners hold public hearing for Dragon Inn
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The former Dragon Inn will house its new owner, Nina Schmidbaur, and several offices downstairs, Schmidbaur said at a public hearing before the Village of Saugerties Planning Board last week. The post Village of Saugerties planners hold public hearing for Dragon Inn first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Dream district for Hinchey
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Incumbent New York State senator Michelle Hinchey appears to have fared every well in the latest — and probably final — episode of New York State's turbulent redistricting process capped this Monday. The post Dream district for Hinchey first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Community input this Thursday to shape Gardiner’s Community Preservation Plan/Fund
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The Town of Gardiner took a step closer last week to having a Community Preservation Plan and Fund, like an increasing number of surrounding municipalities. The post Community input this Thursday to shape Gardiner’s Community Preservation Plan/Fund first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
Ryan and Molinaro run for Congress, Gallagher available to move up
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Ulster County Democratic county executive Pat Ryan and his Republican Dutchess County counterpart, Marc Molinaro, announced they would run for Congress. But rather than oppose each other, as they likely would have within the district boundaries proposed by the Democrats and thrown out by the Court of Appeals, the two will run in different...
Abortion rights march in Kingston
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On Saturday, May 14, in Kingston and nationwide, abortion rights supporters gathered for a “Bans Off Our Bodies” day of action. The post Abortion rights march in Kingston first appeared on Hudson Valley One.
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