June 21, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Countryside Motel Owner Brings Lawsuit Against Town Over Certificate Of Occupancy Revocation Town Board indicates opposition to County Agricultural District

It was learned at the June 14 Philipstown Town Board meeting that Dahyabhai Patel, owner/operator of the Countryside Motel on Route 9, filed suit on May 23 in State Supreme Court against the Town of Philipstown and Code Administrator Tom Monroe, in a More...

Garrison School Looks At Five-Year Financial Planning Roof repair and Interim Superintendent issues dealt with at regular monthly meeting

Garrison School received a new tool to create a five-year financial plan last Thursday when Linda Sweeney presented to the Board of Education a software program that will enable the Board to play "what-if" with their finances. More...

Mary Howell Celebrates Anniversary With Tompkins Corners UMC

Mary Howell began serving as Pastor for the Tompkins Corners United Methodist Church in Putnam Valley one year ago. It has been a year filled with change and surprises. More...

Schools

Community Nursery School’s 3- And 4-Year-Old P.M. Graduating Class

Back row: Ryan Shubert, Mark Frisenda, Tommy Califano, Sarah Diebboll and Tommy Colamarino. More...

Jessica Horgan Graduates From Lesley College

Lesley College, Cambridge, MA, has announced that Jessica J. Horgan of Cold Spring, NY, daughter of Maurice and Doris Horgan, was awarded the degree of Master of Education in Elementary Education and Moderate Special Need at the school More...

Molly Murphy Receives Honors

Molly Murphy, daughter of Ms. Lorie Lichtenwalner, was awarded Honors for the 1999-2000 school year at Stuart Hall in Staunton, Virginia. Miss Murphy also received the Music Award. More...

Births

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Briefly Noted

Annual Book Sale In Garrison Seeking Book Donations

The solstice and the calendar have something to do with it, but an absolutely certain indication that summer is here is the clarion call from the Friends of the Desmond-Fish Library for donations for their annual mammoth August book sale. More...

PHILIPSTOWN MOSAIC

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Haldane Students Participate In NYS Solo Music Association

A number of Haldane Elementary, Junior High and High School students participated in the New York State Solo Music Association (NYSSMA) Festival this year. Each student prepared a graded solo and practiced their scales and sight-reading skills. More...

Public Notice

The Village of Nelsonville will be holding a village cleanup on Friday, June 23. Residents are asked to have materials to be picked up out at the curb by 6 am of that day. For details please read the notice in the legal section of this week More...

Cold Spring Board Of Trustees Sets New Main Street Display Rules

At their June 13 monthly meeting, the Cold Spring Board of Trustees made several changes and additions to the Village Code, including guidelines for the display of merchandise by merchants. More...

Legislature Leans Toward Supporting Shutdown Of Indian Point Discusses adoption of more restrictive driving laws for 16-year-olds

Legislator Vincent Tamagna made clear in no uncertain terms his support of a resolution by the county legislature supporting the shutdown of Indian Point, at the June 14th meeting of the Physical Services Committee. More...

YMCA To Open Camp Combe On June 26 Officials hope facility will pass final building inspections this week

The programs are set and the staff is trained. Building renovations are being completed and the pool needs only to be filled. Registration is at capacity and there is a waiting list. The only thing that More...

Governor Pataki And Family Participate In Putnam Drug Council Chess Tournament Honoring Louis Pataki, Sr.

On June 3rd, Governor George Pataki, his brother Louis Pataki and their mother, Mrs. More...

Letters to the Editor

Accomplice To The Abortion Holocaust

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The Presence Of Quality Editor,

Decades ago I learned two valuable lessons from the book, "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance". The first: when taking apart a machine, lay out the pieces in a single row so that they will all go back in order with none left over. More...

Cold Spring Boat Club Has Public Docking Spaces

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Obituaries  Free Access 

OBITUARIES Dominick A. Dirito

Dominick A. Dirito, a long-time resident of Cold Spring, died Friday, June 16, 2000 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt at the age of 92. More...

Sports News

Moore Cement Rolls Into First Place

Moore Cement 6 2
Scanga Woodworking 4 2
Carolyn

Moore Cement posted back-to-back victories against their primary competition for first place, to take over the top spot on their own. With an 18 to 17 extra inning, thrilling victory over Scanga, followed up by a 6 to 4 edging of Carolyn More...

Haldane Track Ends Season At State Championships

The Haldane Track team had a season filled with glorious accomplishments and wonderful memories. The official end of the season came last weekend at the State Championships in Syracuse, where Haldane was represented by 3 athletes. More...

O’Neill Holds Athletics Awards Night

On Tuesday, June 6th, O More...

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