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PINE PLAINS — Speeding cars on country roads is basically a given in the Harlem Valley. But that doesn’t mean town leaders are going to take the matter sitting down. In fact, in the town of Pine Plains, the Town Board is doing its best to reduce the speed limit on certain roads. It discussed the issue at its May board meeting.

According to town Supervisor Darrah Cloud, the board had an “extensive” workshop with the Highway Department, at which it discussed the speed limits outside of the hamlet. It’s not a new topic. In 1994 the issue was raised, then...

Pine Plains

New buyers wanted for old Pine Plains library

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PINE PLAINS— The town is trying to find a suitable buyer for its former library building, located at 7806 South Main Street (Route 82), across the street from where the new library is located. The move to the new building took place in 2016 (after being delayed for years due to a legal back-and-forth) as the library needed more space — a lot more space — than the former building could offer.
Library history

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New instructional tools at SSILC

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PINE PLAINS — Seymour Smith Intermediate Learning Center (SSILC) Principal Julie Roberts shared how new instructional initiatives and tools have helped promote academic progress, at the Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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FFA celebrates autumn and ag

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PINE PLAINS— Not even a cloudy forecast could stop the Pine Plains community from celebrating the FFA at the annual Ag Fair on Friday, Oct. 5, and Saturday, Oct. 6, at Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School.
On Friday, FFA students and faculty made sure all the booths, exhibits and livestock were in their assigned places for judging before moving on to the livestock conformation classes. Students took part in the morning’s dairy show and FFA Dairy Showmanship.

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FFA, all the way!

From left, Joshua Hieter, Blake Stabile and Victor Stabile searched for their classmates’ booth at the annual Pine Plains FFA Ag Fair on Saturday, Oct. 6. For full story and more photos, see FFA celebrates autumn and ag.

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Pine Plains residents swap and save seeds at library workshop

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PINE PLAINS — With cooler weather setting in and landscapes bursting with fall colors, Pine Plains residents heard a handful of seed-saving tips at a workshop held on Saturday, Sept. 29.

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Construction underway at Pine Plains Memorial Hall

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PINE PLAINS — Members of the Pine Plains Memorial Hall team reported that the first phase of construction is underway with several installations and additions on the horizon.
The team has been occupied with putting up a new front lobby to the building. Before establishing the new front, the entire front of the building was excavated down to the foundation before a new footing was poured. Next, a steel structure was installed and the new foundation was poured for the lobby.

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BOE reviews pending capital project from Dutchess BOCES

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PINE PLAINS — The Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) opened the floor for a presentation by Dutchess County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) regarding its upcoming capital project at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19.

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Durst team addresses public comments

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PINE PLAINS— After taking the public’s comments regarding its Carvel Property Development project to heart, representatives from the Durst Organization presented their latest findings at a public meeting held on the morning of Monday, Sept. 17.

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BOE organizes Start Time Committee

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PINE PLAINS — With school already a couple of weeks in session, the Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) has been researching methods for improving students’ academic success by changing the start times for the school day.
After its research, the BOE has determined that by having younger students come into school at an earlier time and older students arrive at a later time, they’ll be more on task with their school activities, resulting in a dramatic improvement in their academic performance. 

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New Age Diner serves homemade meals with a fresh take

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PINE PLAINS — Anyone looking for a fresh take on the diner experience is in for a treat with the New Age Diner in Pine Plains — where hungry diners can stop for a home-cooked meal.

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