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MILLERTON — Village merchants gained a better understanding of their responsibilities in maintaining the sidewalks outside of their businesses and removing snow after bringing their queries to the village’s attention last month.

Speaking as co-secretary of the Millerton Business Alliance (MBA), Dana Rohn, owner of Montage, said the MBA wanted to touch base with Mayor Debbie Middlebrook to get a sense of their responsibilities for snow removal and sidewalk zoning. 

Going back to last winter, the MBA previously had an arrangement with Kindred Property Care...

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Grant comes through for highway garage project

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North East — Moving full steam ahead with phase one of the new highway garage facility to be shared with the village of Millerton, the town of North East just received word that it’s been awarded $327,000 from the county through the 2019 Municipal Innovation Grant (MIG) Program. 
Town Supervisor George Kaye said he had heard earlier that the grant was coming through, but originally thought it was for less money.

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Comprehensive Plan: Millerton and North East seek input on planning tool

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North East — A final draft of the 2019 North East/Millerton Comprehensive Plan was submitted to the North East Town Board at the end of June. The document was designed to update the last version of the planning tool, which was done in the ‘90s. The plan was sent to the village of Millerton about a week before it went to the town. 
The Town Board addressed the Comprehensive Plan Update Committee’s work at its July meeting.

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Suspect found naked following barn fire

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ANCRAM — Police are still scratching their heads about why an arson, kidnapping and burglary suspect was discovered naked when he was apprehended. 
According to the New York State Police, Livingston barracks, 56-year-old Henry C. Harasymczuk of Ancram was arrested on Tuesday, July 23, and charged with kidnapping in the second degree (a class B felony), burglary in the second degree (a class C felony) and arson in the third degree (a class C felony).

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Village Board listens to ideas and concerns

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MILLERTON — The Village Board of Trustees lent an ear to a handful of residents on Monday, July 22, who presented proposals for projects they felt would ultimately benefit Millerton in the long run.
Eddie Collins redo

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Lost in space

MILLERTON — Wassaic Project Education Director Tara Foley taught about life on other planets through the Art and Astronomy program at the NorthEast-Millerton Library on Wednesday, July 24. 
Foley read aloud children’s books centered on the solar system, alien life, astronauts and more before inviting her sole attendee, Daniel Fedczuk, to create artwork based on his idea of life on other planets. 

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Riding high

From Long Island, Lee Danuff and Bob Wieser climbed atop a bicycle meant for two before taking off on this year’s Harlem Valley Rail Ride. For full story and another photo, see 8th annual Harlem Valley Rail Ride unites cyclists on the open road.

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Former Saperstein’s building goes back on the market

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MILLERTON — In the year since James Hendrick and Graham Stone purchased the former Saperstein’s building on Main Street, there have been a number of renovations: from the rich shade of blue that was painted over the 16-year-old iconic mural to the glass windows installed along the side of the building to the new wooden flooring to the updated electrical system. Now that the building has been polished and prepared for incoming businesses, it’s been placed back on the real estate market for $850,000.

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Going to the market: NECC offers grocery bus service for local residents

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MILLERTON — Given the “food desert” growing in the local region following the Millerton Fresh Market’s closure earlier this summer, the North East Community Center (NECC) has extended the outreach of its Dial-A-Ride transportation program by adding grocery shopping trips for local residents.

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North East and Millerton garage update: Bid accepted for highway garage facility

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NORTH EAST — It’s been a long time coming, and the end is within sight. The Town Board has announced that it’s awarded a bid to begin phase one of the new highway garage construction project. The plan is to build a shared garage facility with the village of Millerton on a 3.5 acre Route 22 site bought through back taxes for $6,687.12 last year. 

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MBA plans for Fall for Art 2019

MILLERTON — Gathering at Montage for their monthly meeting on Thursday, July 11, members of the Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) set their sights on reviewing the details for upcoming village activities and celebrations scheduled for the village of Millerton this summer and fall.

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