June 29, 2016 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Village Board Agrees It Wants to Share Building Inspection

In a sparsely attended session of the Village Board, members voted 4-0 to formalize their desire to join Philipstown for building inspection services. More...

Town Selects New Building Inspector

After numerous interviews earlier this month, Philipstown has decided on its new Building Inspector: Gregory Wunner. He was officially offered the position, and he accepted, although some details are still being ironed out. More...

New Consumer Affairs Director To Be Confirmed By Legislators

The Putnam Legislature’s Audit Committee Tuesday evening approved the appointment of Michael Budzinski as the county’s new Consumer Affairs Director, opening the door for the full legislature to endorse County Executive MaryEllen O’ More...

Focus On: Oliva on Maloney 'Dirty Tricks'  Free Access 

In an appearance on the Focus on Philipstown show, candidate Phil Oliva, a Republican running against Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney for the 18th District seat, gave a no-holds barred interview in which he squarely blamed Maloney’s campaign f More...

It’s Oliva Versus Maloney in November

Putnam’s Republican endorsed candidate for the 18th Congressional District race, Phil Oliva of Somers, was victorious Tuesday, defeating Kenneth Del Vecchio of Warwick in a GOP Primary. More...

Assembly Kills Back to School Sales Tax Holiday

So much for Putnam shoppers getting a tax break this fall on back to school clothing and footwear. More...

Meetings this week

Wednesday June 29 7:00pm-Cold Spring Recreation Committee Meeting at Village Hall 7:00pm-Cold Spring Code Update Committee Meeting at Village Hall 7:30pm- Philipstown Town Board Workshop (Nelsonville Building Inspector shared services) Thursday June More...

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