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MILLERTON— The Millerton Business Group, commonly known as the Millerton Merchants Association, set to work in reorganizing for 2018 at its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 1.

The meeting began with members taking a moment to remember Chad Malarchuk, a fellow member of the Millerton business community who passed away on Sunday, Jan. 28. (For a story on Malarchuk, read this paper’s Feb. 8 edition.)

The group then went on to assess a working mission statement that described its purpose as making “Millerton an inviting and diverse place to do business for both the...

Millerton

New look for plaza package store

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MILLERTON — Open under new management, the Millerton Beer & Beverage Depot has undergone an upgrade in stock, and according to its management, a downgrade in pricing as well.
The business was taken over by entrepreneur Harbalwant Singh, a businessman dealing with the Millerton area for the first time. The business, located in the Thompson Plaza on Route 44, was closed down for about a month before being reopened by Singh in mid-March.

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New look for plaza package store

corya@millertonnews.com

MILLERTON — Open under new management, the Millerton Beer & Beverage Depot has undergone an upgrade in stock, and according to its management, a downgrade in pricing as well.
The business was taken over by entrepreneur Harbalwant Singh, a businessman dealing with the Millerton area for the first time. The business, located in the Thompson Plaza on Route 44, was closed down for about a month before being reopened by Singh in mid-March.

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Budget adopted

Millerton sees taxes increase for 2011-12
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MILLERTON — The village has adopted its budget for the upcoming year. The Village Board did so quickly and quietly at its organizational meeting on Monday, April 4, following a public hearing that drew no comments or controversy.
The amount to be raised by taxes is $389,542. The tax rate per $1,000 is 4.88, an increase of roughly 2.5 percent from last year, which was right on target, according to Millerton Mayor John Scutieri.

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Millerton News wins Editorial award

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Millerton News received a first-place award for its editorials in the Better Newspaper Contest at the New York Press Association annual conference last weekend. The News beat out other weekly papers of similar size from throughout the state.
“These editorials are solidly based on news — local news,” said the judge. “They take clear positions, include important context and background information. They’re important to local readers and well written.”

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Supermarket applicant requests water service from town

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NORTH EAST — Talks regarding the proposed supermarket slated for the Boulevard District moved from the Planning Board’s domain to the Town Board’s, as the subject of water service was broached last week.
The Town Board held a special meeting at Town Hall on Thursday, April 7, to conduct that discussion among supermarket applicant Southern Realty & Development, LLC (represented by John Joseph), project engineer Rich Rennia, project architect Ray Nelson, Town Engineer Ray Jurkowski, Attorney to the Town Warren Replansky and the members of the Town Board.

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Getting into the swing of it

Kids Time is still going strong after five years; it celebrated its anniversary last month. Located at the rear of the Thompson Plaza on Route 44 in Millerton, it offers activities for children of all ages. In March owner Ken Thompson invited Webutuck Elementary School first graders to enjoy the facilities free of charge, something he does on an annual basis.

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Meat raffle adds to regional food drive’s savings

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MILLERTON — An estimated $5,000 raised through a meat raffle benefiting the Sunday in the Country Food Drive puts the group in as strong a financial position as its ever been prior to its busy fall and winter seasons.
For more than a decade, Sunday in the Country has provided holiday meals to local families in need through more than a dozen food pantries in the Tri-state area. Last year $50,000 was raised, and thousands of Thanksgiving and Christmas meals have been provided to families over the past few years alone.

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Meat raffle adds to regional food drive’s savings

corya@millertonnews.com

MILLERTON — An estimated $5,000 raised through a meat raffle benefiting the Sunday in the Country Food Drive puts the group in as strong a financial position as its ever been prior to its busy fall and winter seasons.
For more than a decade, Sunday in the Country has provided holiday meals to local families in need through more than a dozen food pantries in the Tri-state area. Last year $50,000 was raised, and thousands of Thanksgiving and Christmas meals have been provided to families over the past few years alone.

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ITW to bring 25 new jobs to Millerton

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MILLERTON — The expansion of an international business is having an impact on the village of Millerton, to the tune of 25 new jobs being created. News of ITW’s expansion hit the streets last Thursday, March 31, and had village Trustee Jay Reynolds praising the hard work of the Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC), which helped broker the deal.
“This is a bit of a news flash,” he said after learning of the arrangement. “Anytime jobs come to a community, it’s great for the business environment. New jobs are the lifeblood of the community.”

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Cuddeback scholarship fund created

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HARLEM VALLEY — The region has rallied around the Cuddeback family in remembering Zachary Cuddeback, the 21-year-old Air Force serviceman who was shot and killed in Germany on March 2 by a suspected terrorist.
Cuddeback was driving a military bus carrying other United States military personnel at the Frankfurt airport when a shooter killed him and Senior Airman Nicholas J. Aldon, 25, and wounded two others.

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