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DEC Issues Guidance to Avoid Conflicts With Coyotes

DEC Issues Guidance to Avoid Conflicts With Coyotes The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today issued guidance on preventing conflicts with coyotes. With the onset of warmer weather, many of New York’s resident coyotes are setting up…

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Town of Washington Recreation Commission Member Needed

Town of Washington Recreation Commission Member Needed – April 9, 2015 The Town of Washington Recreation Commission is seeking volunteers to fill a vacant seat. The Commission is a seven-member board responsible for overseeing the recreation facilities and programs offered…

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Second Round of Agency Partner Grant Awards Announced

Second Round of Agency Partner Grant Awards Announced Earlier today, Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro met with program staff and toured the Hudson Valley House of Hope, a domestic violence shelter that provides emergency shelter, outreach and client legal…

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College Council schedules its next meeting

College Council schedules its next meeting NEW PALTZ – The College Council will hold its next meeting at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, in the Haggerty Administration Building, Room 903, on the SUNY New Paltz campus. Reports will be…

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04/08/2015 Pawling Town Board Meeting Podcast

04/08/2015 Pawling Town Board Meeting Podcast

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Putnam County employees wore blue on Wednesday, April 8 to launch its “Blue Ribbon Campaign” and commemorate Child Abuse Awareness Month

Photo Caption: Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell, who was joined by state Senator Terrence Murphy, and other government employees wore blue to kick start the “Blue Ribbon Campaign,” which recognizes April as Child Abuse Awareness month. Putnam County employees wore…

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THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS WELCOMES MICHAEL BRIAN SLATTERY AS A NEW MEMBER

THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS WELCOMES MICHAEL BRIAN SLATTERY AS A NEW MEMBER Michael Brian Slattery of Pawling, New York has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). ”NSCS is more than just a symbol of…

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Patterson Rotary to Host 19th Annual “Men Who Cook” Event

Patterson Rotary to Host 19th Annual “Men Who Cook” Event Great food from some of the best chefs in Putnam County and the surrounding area will be just part of the fun as the Patterson Rotary Club hosts Men Who…

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Nicole A. Marlowe of Patterson & Megan E. Dignan of Millbrook intern through SUNY Oswego

News from SUNY Oswego Students intern through SUNY Oswego OSWEGO, NY (04/08/2015)(readMedia)– More than 120 SUNY Oswego students took part in off-campus internships in spring 2015 through the college’s Center for Experiential Learning. Area residents, with their internship site and…

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The Addams Family – Pawling High School Musical

The Addams Family – Pawling High School Musical The Pawling High School Musical, “The Addams Family”, will be 7:30 PM on Friday, April 17th and Saturday, April 8th, with a matinee on Sunday, April 19th at 2:00 PM. Tickets will…

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A.G. Schneiderman And DOI Commissioner Peters Announce Arrest Of Five Public Works Contractors Charged With Underpayment Of Nearly $1 Million In Wages To Workers

A.G. Schneiderman And DOI Commissioner Peters Announce Arrest Of Five Public Works Contractors Charged With Underpayment Of Nearly $1 Million In Wages To Workers Subcontractors Working On City School And Affordable Housing Projects Allegedly Underpaid Workers During A Two-Year Period…

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$233 Million to Fund Counterterrorism and Emergency Preparedness

Funding will help communities statewide prevent, respond to, and recover from emergencies Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced more than $233 million in federal grants that will support counterterrorism and emergency preparedness activities in counties across New York State. The…

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State Police arrest Millbrook man for fraudulently obtaining electrical service at the expense of ex-employer

State Police arrest Millbrook man for fraudulently obtaining electrical service at the expense of ex-employer NEW YORK STATE POLICE Major Robin H. Benziger Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE Washington, New York – On April 6, 2015, the New York State…

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