Today's local headlines
Jul 01, 2009 4:03 am
Once again, the New York State Senate failed to do the people's business today, according to Capitol Confidential. The Times-Union's excellent blog also reports that the Supreme Court Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department has issued a decision that vacates the statutory stay pending appeal. This means that Governor Paterson can keep ordering extraordinary sessions while the Republicans appeal a judge's ruling that all 62 Senators must meet....The unmuffled blog has reports on the salaries of Hudson High sports coaches, extra-curricular advisors, and other news....Hudson Republicans endorse Geeta Cheedie, a democrat, in the First Ward, Tracy Decker for supervisor in the Second Ward, William Hollenbeck in the Third Ward, Samuel Santiago in the Fourth Ward, Richard Goetz as alderman and Bart Delaney as supervisor, and Mayor Richard Scalera, who is also being endorsed by the Democrats, according to The Register-Star....Coxsackie approved the Small Wind Energy Facility Law Monday, allowing personal wind systems that generate up to 100 kilowatts with a $150 building permit, according to The Daily Mail.