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Pine Plains Town Board takes first glance at 2022 municipal budget

PINE PLAINS — Among the items listed on its workshop meeting agenda on Monday, Sept. 1, the Pine Plains Town Board focused its attention on a preview of the 2022 town budget.

Board members convened in person at Pine Plains Town Hall and virtually at 7 p.m. The meeting can now be viewed on the “Town of Pine Plains” YouTube channel.

Stanford pays tribute to Sept. 11 victims 20 years later, promising to never forget

STANFORDVILLE — Stanford Town Hall was transformed on Saturday, Sept. 11, into a 20-year memorial tribute for the victims of the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, as well as at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and in a field outside of Shanksville, Pa.  


Photo by Brian Keeler

Scores galore at The Stissing Center

Music lovers filed into The Stissing Center (TSC) in Pine Plains for an unforgettable night, as The New York Theatre Organ Society collaborated with TSC to offer “Bach to Queen & Everything Between” on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 5. Originally scheduled for Aug. 22, the show was postponed due to heavy rain that day.


Located on Church Street (Route 199) next to Peck’s Market, many customers will be sad to say goodbye to one of their favorite community hubs, the Pine Plains Platter, when it shuts down on Sunday, Sept. 26. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Pine Plains Platter to shut down for good

PINE PLAINS — For many local residents as well as visitors to Pine Plains, the thought of driving into town one day and seeing the Pine Plains Platter permanently closed seems unimaginable, given how the cafe has flourished these last few years as a hub for the community, not to mention a place to get some great home cooking.

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