October 6th, 2015

Galeville noise irks neighbors

Much-needed public recreation, or noisy nuisance? Those were the two sides of a disagreement at Thursday’s Shawangunk Town Board meeting, where the owner of a local livestock and horse business railed against the Wallkill Football League’s use of Galeville Park. Full article

Town of Newburgh stays within tax cap

Taxpayers will be looking at a modest tax increase in 2016, Town of Newburgh Supervisor Gil Piaquadio said Tuesday.The owner of an average house assessed at $68,000 will pay an additional $46.87 over what he or she paid this year, according to figures supplied to the Mid Hudson Times by Piaquadio. Full article

Modena Church celebrates 55th anniversary

Last week the Town of Lloyd hosted a public informational meeting on Phase 4 of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail. The proposal, presented by engineers Brendan Fitzgerald and Jack Gorton of HVEA Engineers, is to extend the existing Rail Trail in Lloyd westward by 1.24 miles from the end of Phase 3 at New Paltz Road. Full article

Vikings earn playoff berth with 30-6 win

In Montgomery, there seems to be an ongoing effort to push the 1960s further and further back into the past. Full article

Lady Goldbacks improve to 6-1

After finishing ninth in the 2014 Section 9 championships, Pat Kavanagh, who coaches Newburgh’s girls’ swimming team, was hoping the team would do better this season.Read full article.

Marlboro swimmers win two in a row

As Marlboro’s girls’ swimming team was warming up Monday, Sept. 28, Ray Leduc, the team’s coach, was smiling before his team swam at home against Warwick.Read full article.

Fresh produce at the table and on the canvas

Fresh art from the Farm/Art Trail features Mary Mugele Sealfon’s paintings of Bellvale Creamery, and Michael Piotrowski’s paintings of Late Bloomer Farm at the Wallkill River School Art Gallery, for the month of October.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Galeville noise irks neighbors
• Progress for Taylor Biomass in Montgomery

Mid Hudson Times

• Town of Newburgh stays within tax cap
• How to create a thriving Main Street?

Southern Ulster Times

• Rail Trail Phase 4 unveiled
• Marlborough approves tentative 2016 budget


• Vikings earn playoff berth with 30-6 win
• Lady Goldbacks improve to 6-1
• Marlboro swimmers win two in a row

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