developer of the proposed Belleayre Resort currently
under state SEQRA review, celebrated his Emerson Inn’s
winning of a Conde Nast Johansen’s award with a politically-charged
speech and dinner on December 7.
Hostelry Makes A Conde Nast Best-Of List & Toasts Its Local
Quail eggs in brioche, duck confit on blinis, lobster medallions
served up with ruby grapefruit and a pinot gris reduction as an
amuse course, and poached fig linzertorte with red wine ice cream
are not one’s usual idea of a Shandaken Tuesday night dinner.
Legislature Fights To Slim Tax Figures In Light Of Continuing
Responding to a request from the Democratic minority and a subsequent
directive from Republican legislative chairman Richard Gerentine,
a parade of department heads came before the full legislature
in a special meeting Tuesday, November 30, to explain choices
they made in seeking to cut 3.5 percent from their particular
proposed budgets, contained in Ulster county’s overall tentative
budget for 2005 of $295 million. That figure would require a nearly
24 percent increase in the county property tax levy.
Cross Digs Up Plan To Expand Pine Hill Sewer District Despite
Phoenicia Times Staff
Shandaken's town board is once again looking at a plan to extend
the Pine Hill sewer district and add approximately 20 more properties
to the system, including 13 homes and a business.
Neal Gives All She Can, By Baking & More...
Kathy Neal knows the Catskills about as fully as one can.
And can never think of leaving.