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MILLERTON — A public hearing for the 2018-19 budget was held on Monday, April 16. Though the Village Board was required to keep the hearing open for 15 minutes, there were no public comments.

The total appropriations for the budget totalled $679,194.65 while the total revenues clocked in at $284,487.29. The amount to be raised by taxes is $394,707.36 and the tax rate per $1,000 is $4.490669 — an increase of $0.013628.

Once the hearing closed, the board approved the budget. For more on the 2018-19 budget, read last week’s Millerton News.

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Seniors do lunch at Millerton Senior Friendship Center

MILLERTON — Having lunch at the Millerton Senior Friendship Center is like sitting at the teenager table at a holiday dinner. In addition to plenty of good food, there is an abundance of energy, laughter, good-natured teasing, and most of all, family.

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Carl John Dobrwado Sr.

MILLERTON — Carl John Dobrwado Sr., 83, a 60-year resident of Millerton, died peacefully on Dec. 16, 2017, at Vassar Bros. Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, surrounded by his loving family. 

Carl was a journeyman with Local No. 669 Sprinkler Fitters based in Columbia, Md., for 41 years, retiring in 1997. He later worked for a private estate in Millbrook for 17 years before retiring again in 2013.

Born Aug. 11, 1934, in Blackstone, Mass., he was the son of the late Mary V. (Kowal) and Peter Dobrwado.  

Seeking answers and justice in the death of a daughter

This is part two of an article that began in the Dec. 14 Lakeville Journal and Millerton News.
 
SHEFFIELD — Ted Dobson and his ex-wife, Anne Banks of Hillsdale, N.Y., are seeking justice and answers following the death of their daughter, Moira Banks-Dobson, in a car crash in 2012. The man who killed their daughter, Fred Weller, had been arrested multiple times in multiple states and hadn’t had a drivers license in 16 years. 

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Millerton Police: New SUV and computers put department on track

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MILLERTON — Chasing down the bad guys and protecting the good guys just got a little easier for the Millerton Police Department, thanks to a newly-purchased police vehicle. According to Officer-in-Charge David Rudin, the SUV will help make the department’s job a little easier.
“It’s wonderful,” he said. “It’s got a lot of today’s technology in it.”
And it’s sleek, said Rudin, who added that he’d drive it as a personal car — no less as a police vehicle.

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Library hosts Hobby Horse Workshop

As Winter Storm Benji covered the village of Millerton in snowfall, the North East-Millerton Library arranged a Hobby Horse Workshop for the local youth just in time for the holidays. From 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9, instructor Tom Hanford guided a handful of youngsters in making hobby horses of their very own. Riley Whalen, 6, worked on a hobby horse with a little help from his mother, April.

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Library plans Memorial Reading Garden

MILLERTON — It’s not too late to honor a loved one and be a part of the addition to Main Street that recently appeared in the form of a new stone wall in front of the NorthEast-Millerton Library. The curved structure is the first and most visible part of the emerging Memorial Reading Garden, which is being made possible by the generosity of library supporters, according to library director Rhiannon Leo-Jameson .

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B.W.’s Eagle Eye to close after 26 years in Millerton

MILLERTON — After 26 years in the village of Millerton, the vintage store B.W.’s Eagle Eye will close its doors at the end of the year.
The story behind the store began in the last week of October 1991, when Barbara Walker brought her business to Millerton. For six years, she operated in a storefront across the street (now occupied by The Village Herbalist) before moving 20 years ago to 23 Main St.
Walker has been a constant presence in the store, along with her staff —including Rachel Thompson, who worked at the store for  22 years.

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Making merry

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Engineering enterprise

Students were invited to take part in a day of engineering activities as they learned how to build aerodynamic towers with the help of Shawn Sullivan, a fifth-grade teacher at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS). From 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, a handful of students joined Sullivan in the NorthEast-Millerton Library, where they built and tested out their towers to determine what makes them aerodynamic. Above, Olivia Wickwire, a fifth-grader at EBIS, demonstrated her building abilities to Sullivan.

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B.W.’s Eagle Eye to close after 26 years

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MILLERTON — After 26 years in the village of Millerton, the vintage store B.W.’s Eagle Eye will be closing its doors at the end of the year.
The story behind the store began in the last week of October, 1991, when Barbara Walker brought her business to Millerton. For six years, she operated the store in what’s now The Village Herbalist before moving to its current location at 23 Main Street 20 years ago.

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