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MILLERTON — With fresh local produce, artisan vendors and activities for children, the North East Community Center (NECC) has made every effort to enhance the experience of visiting the Millerton Farmers Market for area residents and visitors alike.

Sponsored by NECC and funded in part by Dutchess County, Green Mountain Energy and Hudson River Bank & Trust Company, the market strives to support and promote local agriculture and provide access to fresh locally grown produce. The late Karen Kisslinger, a community visionary, founded the market 13 years ago. Among its...

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Giglio joins The Millerton News staff

MILLERTON — The Millerton News would like to officially welcome its newest reporter and photojournalist, Stefanie Giglio, to its team. Giglio is replacing Cory Allyn, who recently left the paper and moved to Brooklyn.
Giglio, who was born in Stamford, Conn., originally moved to Millerton as a young third-grader. She graduated from Webutuck High School in 2004. She then moved to Lugano, Switzerland, where she studied photojournalism at Franklin College and earned a bachelor’s degree in international communications with a focus in news production and digital photography.

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Tuning in at the Annex

The Erin Hobson Compact performed before an enthusiastic crowd at the NorthEast-Millerton Library’s Annex on Saturday, May 7. The Annex is playing host to a musical concert series this spring and summer for the second year in a row. Last year’s series was a success, and organizer Roger Cohn is hoping to repeat that success again this year.

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American Legion BBQ benefits wounded soldier

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MILLERTON — American Legion Post 178 hosted a chicken barbecue on Saturday, May 7, to benefit John Curtin, a Wingdale marine who was wounded in Afghanistan. More than 250 chicken dinners were sold, and additional donations were collected.
Community members, veterans and friends and family of the wounded soldier came out in full support.
“The community realizes it’s a responsibility to support the men and women that have been injured serving the country. Even in a bad economy, tonight has been non-stop and we are very thankful for all of their support,” said Legion member Bob Jenks.

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American Legion BBQ benefits wounded soldier

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MILLERTON — American Legion Post 178 hosted a chicken barbecue on Saturday, May 7, to benefit John Curtin, a Wingdale marine who was wounded in Afghanistan. More than 250 chicken dinners were sold, and additional donations were collected.
Community members, veterans and friends and family of the wounded soldier came out in full support.
“The community realizes it’s a responsibility to support the men and women that have been injured serving the country. Even in a bad economy, tonight has been non-stop and we are very thankful for all of their support,” said Legion member Bob Jenks.

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North East deals with criticism regarding its reassessment project

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NORTH EAST — The Town Board held a special meeting Thursday, April 28, to discuss recent criticism regarding the townwide reassessment project led by Assessor Katherine Johnson’s office. Following the notification of property owners of their newly assessed values, the town has been logging complaints that the values are too high and unfair.
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‘So long, thanks for the memories’

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MILLERTON — As some readers may have read in last week’s paper, this is my last week with The Millerton News. By the time this issue hits the newsstands, I will be about two-and-a-half hours south (as the train ride goes), enthusiastically tackling the ups and downs of city living. I have moved to Brooklyn.

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Committee to consider school building’s future

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MILLERTON — Provided that North East Central School District (also known as Webutuck) taxpayers give permission to the Board of Education (BOE) to give away its Millerton Elementary School (MES) building, a committee of local municipal leaders and residents from the village of Millerton and the town of North East are deciding whether to take joint ownership of the building.

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Committee to consider school building’s future

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MILLERTON — Provided that North East Central School District (also known as Webutuck) taxpayers give permission to the Board of Education (BOE) to give away its Millerton Elementary School (MES) building, a committee of local municipal leaders and residents from the village of Millerton and the town of North East are deciding whether to take joint ownership of the building.

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Let the sun shine in

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MILLERTON — After being awarded what Millerton Mayor John Scutieri described as “one of the biggest grants the village has seen,” the village has installed photovoltaic solar panels that will make the Millerton water department and highway facility “green.” The mayor said the work was expected to take about three weeks; that window of time has just expired.

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Let the sun shine in

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MILLERTON — After being awarded what Millerton Mayor John Scutieri described as “one of the biggest grants the village has seen,” the village has installed photovoltaic solar panels that will make the Millerton water department and highway facility “green.” The mayor said the work was expected to take about three weeks; that window of time has just expired.

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