June 24, 2015 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Philipstown Now A Purple Heart Town

With local veterans in the audience, Philipstown Supervisor Richard Shea read a proclamation deeming the town a Purple Heart Town. More...

Nelsonville Honors Marlene Bowman

At the end of the Nelsonville meeting this month, Village Clerk Pauline Minners read a resolution honoring the memory of Marlene Bowman. More...

Verizon Contests Building Fees in Putnam Valley

Putnam Valley Town Board

Supervisor Bob Tendy began Wednesday’s Town Board meeting with a brief history lesson. More...

Garrison Cafe Looking to Expand

The Garrison Cafe submitted a new site plan to the Philipstown Planning Board this month, revealing plans to open both a wine bar and restaurant, as well as a retail wine store. More...

Historic Board and Planners Meet

The Planning Board met for a record-short 13 minutes, with all members in attendance last Wednesday. Town Supervisor Richard Shea’s minor subdivision was approved. All members voted in the affirmative. More...

Cost of Civil Service Exams to Increase

Individuals seeking employment in need of a civil service test will now pay more for higher paid positions. More...

No Verdict On Legislature Chair Term Limit

Should a member of the Putnam Legislature be permitted to serve as chair for more than two years? That was the question debated last Thursday evening by members of the Legislature’s Rules and Enactments Committee. More...

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