DOGWOOD TIME... What better
way of getting our mothers, and all things feminine, on our
minds than via the sight of bridal white in the woods, here
so shortly, gone so swift.
After Sparsely-Attended Public Hearing, DEP Wastewater Plans
Shift To Phase 2
After Lamont Engineers of Cobleskill presented their official
preliminary report on the proposed Community Wastewater Management
Program for Boiceville prior to May’s town board meeting,
the Olive board voted to proceed to the second stage of the
Reval Repercussions Light As Town’s Efforts Get A Universal
Dose Of Praise
By Paul Smart
Tentative tax rolls for the coming year were posted in local
town halls over the last two weeks, allowing property owners
the time to see whether their assessed values were in line with
expectations… and what they believe their own homes, or
land, is worth. They have until Grivance Day — Tuesday,
May 23, or Wednesday, May 24 in Olive – to start preparing
arguments for why they feel they’re being overvalued,
a decision handled by appointed boards of assessment review
in each municipality.
Onteora Ballot Time!
Laying It All Out: Budget, Propositions, And The Choice Between
By Lisa Childers
On May 16 from 2 to 9pm, voters will be asked to approve four
propositions and vote to fill two school board seats. Polling
places will be at local schools including West Hurley.
Three candidates are vying for two seats for the school board,
with two on the ballot and one running as a write-in candidate.