November 22, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Foresees 1.8% Decrease In 2001 Taxes For Residents Outside Villages Approximately 2% increase in town taxes for village residents

At a sparsely attended budget workshop on November 16, the Philipstown Town Board released the near-final numbers for the 2001 Town Budget. More...

Putnam Valley Town Board Updates Residents On Local Issues, Hears From Various County Agencies Monthly board meeting date changed and public hearings set for December 13th

To start off the monthly town board meeting on Wednesday, November 15, recognition certificates were awarded to Highway Department employee Mr. John D More...

Lake Peekskill District Meeting Centers Around Water Problems Discussion centers around who owns the dam at Lake Peekskill and who will pay to repair it

On Saturday, November 18 the Lake Peekskill Improvement District held its fourth quarterly district meeting. Presiding over this meeting was Councilman Peter Kennedy. More...

Home Improvement Laws Aim To Safeguard Consumers Protection against dishonest contractors sought

Changes have been made by the Putnam County Legislature in the Home Improvement Laws in the wake of several costly scams that were absorbed by citizens of the County. More...

Putnam Valley Library Gears Up For The Holidays With New Programs And Schedules

At the Town Board meeting on Wednesday, November 15, Putnam Valley Library Director Kathleen McLaughlin reported that the Library is gearing up for the holidays with many activities for the season. More...

Briefly Noted

David Rothenberg Performance At Staley/Gretzinger Store Kicks Off The Holiday Shopping Season

In a rare local appearance, clarinetist and environmentalist David Rothenberg will appear in the space of the new Staley/Gretzinger clothing store at 75 Main Street, Cold Spring on Saturday, December 2 at 4pm. More...

Community Joins Hands To Commemorate World AIDS Day 2000

On Friday, December 1, 2000, more than twenty agencies and businesses in Peekskill and surrounding communities will join hands in an extraordinary show of support for those affected by HIV/AIDS. More...

Enjoy The Christmas Season At Beacon’s East End December events planned for shopping enjoyment

Beacon More...

Public Notices

There will be no pick-up of recyclables in the Village of Cold Spring on Friday, Nov. 24, due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. The regular schedule will resume on Friday, Dec. 1. More...

Village Tree Lighting Scheduled For December 1

The Village of Cold Spring Recreation Commission along with the Cold Spring-Garrison Area Chamber of Commerce will hold the annual Tree Lighting on Friday, December 1st at the waterfront park. More...

Riverbankers’ Revisions Submitted To Village Boards

At the November 14 meeting of the Cold Spring Village Board of Trustees, Mayor Anthony Phillips revealed that a full set of plans for the Riverbankers More...

Enrichment Model Enhances Curriculum At Garrison Board hears presentations from teachers

At its November 15 regular meeting, the Garrison Union Free School Board of Education heard presentations from enrichment teacher Carol Swetz and reading specialist Patty Leach. More...

New York State Police Dissuade Verizon From Negotiating With Counties For 911 Calls

The Putnam County Legislature More...

Putnam County To Observe World AIDS Day

The thirteenth annual World AIDS Day observance will be held in Putnam County on Thursday, November 30, 2000. World AIDS Day aims to increase awareness of the magnitude of the HIV/AIDS epidemic globally and as well as in the United States. More...

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