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MILLERTON — After considering its options for establishing the organization as a new corporation in the village of Millerton, the Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) reached its decision at a meeting on Thursday, Aug. 2. 

The monthly meeting was held at Montage and nine MBA members attended. After bringing the incorporation up for discussion, group leader Dick Hermans reported that the MBA can file as a new 501(c)4 corporation by filling out a three-page application and paying a $75 filing fee.

As far as names were concerned, Hermans reported the name “...

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Sights set on Millerton Gun Club’s practices

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MILLERTON— A frustrated resident has voiced concern about the Millerton Gun Club’s shooting practices. David Decker submitted a second written notice and follow up complaint about the club’s activities, involving “loud, excessive and sometimes rapid and nearly daily gun fire” to the Town Board, the Zoning Board of Appeals and the code enforcement officer. The letter was read into the minutes of the most recent Town Board meeting, held on Thursday, June 14.

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Literacy Connections talks about Book Buddies program

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MILLERTON — As a way of getting its Book Buddies program off the ground in eastern Dutchess County, the nonprofit organization Literacy Connections hosted an information session at the Round Tuit restaurant on Wednesday, June 6.

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Lunch Box serves up free lunch and breakfast

MILLERTON — School is out — and that means that free breakfast and lunch are in for any residents up to 18 years of age in the North East (Webutuck) Central School District. 
According to Director of Programs at the North East Community Center (NECC) Anna Clune, meal distribution coordinates with programs at sites that run from different dates. NECC administers the program. However, meals are available at any of the locations and are open to all whether enrolled in the programs or not. 

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Business group looks ahead

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MILLERTON — With the summer in bloom, the Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) began discussing ideas for upcoming activities in the village of Millerton at a meeting on Thursday, June 7. The monthly meeting was held at Montage. 
At the start of the meeting, village Trustee Matt Hartzog announced that the North East-Millerton Library Annex is scheduled to host a Community Narcan Training session on Thursday, July 26, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. 

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Science writer is the bee’s knees with local children

MILLERTON — Bees have several dozen new friends and champions to help them do their critical job, thanks to a Monday, June 4, presentation at the NorthEast-Millerton Library. There, four-time Emmy winner Lynn Brunelle, author of “Turn This Book into a Beehive,” assured them all that they had the power to make a difference in the world.  

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Concerns about police practices in Millerton

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MILLERTON— With summer just around corner and more drivers on the road, motorists have been advised to exercise caution when passing through the village of Millerton. With the Millerton police department on alert, residents and visitors have voiced their concerns that local officers have been too strict in their enforcement — to the point where some are starting to avoid driving through the village altogether.

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From Daisi Hill to Daisey Hill, new owners and a new name

MILLERTON — The farm’s name is slightly different — it’s now Daisey Hill instead of the former Daisi Hill Farm — but the tree-lined drive around Indian Lake Road still leads to the beautiful and bountiful farm that’s served the community for decades. 

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Students at Civic Life learn to speak out

MILLERTON — The students at Classical Magnet High School in Hartford don’t think much of the food in the school cafeteria.
This is not an uncommon state of affairs among American students.
But a group at Classical Magnet made a movie about it.
“Feeding Our Future” was the first of six student films from the Civic Life Project, shown at the The Moviehouse in Millerton on Sunday, June 10, under the aegis of The Salisbury Forum.

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Daisey Hill: new name, but not by much

MILLERTON — The farm’s name is slightly different — it’s now Daisey Hill instead of the former Daisi Hill Farm — but the tree-lined drive around Indian Lake Road still leads to the beautiful and bountiful farm that’s served the community for decades. 

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NECC provides critical after-school care

MILLERTON— As the school year heads toward its conclusion, Webutuck Superintendent of Schools Ray Castellani recently commented that the North East Community Center (NECC) After-School Program can ease some of the strains modern life can put on families. 
“We realize that continued after-school activity is imperative” for children’s development, he said, but parents can’t always spend the necessary time.   

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