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AMENIA — By the end of last week, the Amenia Town Board had its 2018 goals and appointments set, following its annual reorganization meeting.

Due to the inclement weather, the meeting’s original date was rescheduled for Friday, Jan. 4 at Amenia Town Hall. With the exception of Councilwoman Vicki Doyle, all board members were in attendance.

Toward the start of the meeting, returning Town Clerk Dawn Marie Klingner, newly elected Councilwoman Michele Somogyi, returning Councilman James Morris, returning town Supervisor Victoria Perotti and newly elected Highway...

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New Town Hall is pivotal for farmers market

corya@millertonnews.com

AMENIA — Having a new, spacious Town Hall at its disposal is working out to the Amenia Farmers Market’s advantage, as the recent start-up is now utilizing the building’s gymnasium to operate year round.
Debuting at the beginning of last year’s summer season, the farmers market has quickly grown into a popular venue for local vendors (16 at last month’s market). Amenia now joins the Millerton Farmers Market in offering monthly winter dates up until the weekly dates return in late May.

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Grant will make new Town Hall more energy efficient

corya@millertonnews.com

AMENIA — A nearly $100,000 grant project gearing up for this spring and summer is looking to save the town of Amenia money in the long run, making its new Town Hall more energy efficient.
Those opportunities were discovered as the result of an energy audit conducted by NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) before the town even owned the building, which was formerly the Amenia Elementary School, part of the North East Central School District (commonly known as Webutuck).

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