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MILLERTON — In the Nov. 29 edition of The Millerton News, an article was published about a Comprehensive Plan Update Committee (CPUC) meeting that was held on Monday, Nov. 19. As the committee advances to the plan’s completion, there were a few points in the article that needed to be clarified.

In terms of membership, Comprehensive Plan Update Committee members are appointed by the Village and Town Boards. Both Mayor Debbie Middlebrook and Councilman John Midwood serve as the two members representing the Town and Village Boards. The rest of the committee is made up of...

Millerton

Smiles at the Irondale Schoolhouse

David Whalen and his son, Parker, 2, hit the books together at the Irondale Schoolhouse, where the NorthEast-Millerton Library had sponsored a special day of reading and face painting for local children. The day, Saturday, July 7, was bright and sunny outside, and lots of children could  be found teeming around the historic schoolhouse.

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Residents rally

In support of Antonio Delgado’s success in the recent federal primary, local residents rallied on Main Street in Millerton on Saturday, June 30. The rally also coincided with thousands of protests taking place across the country against the Trump administration and families being separated at the border. “Because the Republican party basically has charge of every branch of our government, we as progressives, liberals and people who are desperate to return to democracy need to have a voice,” said North East resident Bill Kish. 

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Pop-Up Shop juxtaposes Evergreen Antiques with Westerlind

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MILLERTON— Customers seeking a novel take on outdoor items and Modernist furniture should consider stopping by Pop-Up Shop at 3 Main Street, formerly occupied by Place.

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Local artist shares the wealth

MILLERTON — When 2-year-old Harper Blanchet propped his chin on his folded hands and looked out at the changing light that filled his backyard, his child’s mind couldn’t have imagined that some 68 years later he would frame that light and hang it on the walls of countless galleries, homes, and now, those of the NorthEast-Millerton Library. 

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Get reading at NorthEast-Millerton Library

MILLERTON—  The summer reading program at the NorthEast-Millerton Library will kick off on Saturday, June 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. with a dance party for all at the Library Annex, hosted by local DJ Ibis Guzman. Music, dancing and free ice cream are included in this fun event.
Children who are registered with the summer reading program will be able to enter to win prize baskets by earning raffle tickets through attendance at programs and by checking out books on their library cards.  

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Zoo-rific!

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The Millerton Scoop serves sweet treats on South Center Street

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MILLERTON — Just in time for summer, the village of Millerton welcomed the arrival of The Millerton Scoop, a new ice cream shop located at the corner of Main and South Center streets.
Serving up the shop’s medley of frozen delights, owner Debbie Lewis is joining the  business community with her vision of an old-fashioned ice cream shop. Along with mixing milk shakes and scooping ice cream, she can also be recognized from her food truck, Debbie’s Dawgs, in Millbrook.
Lewis said her boyfriend encouraged her to open the shop in Millerton.

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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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