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Four candidates in race for Claverack Town Board news
Oct 24, 2021
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media on the four-way race for two seats on the Claverack town council between Republicans Douglas Colwell and Stephen “Hookie” Hook on the Republica...
Two candidates face-off to represent Halcott, Lexington, and Hunter news
Oct 28, 2021
Raymond Pignone has a rundown for Columbia-Greene Media of the Greene County Legislature District 7 contest between Daryl Legg, running on the Democratic line and Charlotte Meigs, running on the Repub...
Audio Feature: Hudson Catskill Housing Coalition back Clean Slate NY bill news
Jan 31, 2022
MediaSanctuary · Clean Slate Can't Wait From The Sanctuary for Independent Media, who run our partner station WGXC: "More than one in seven New Yorkers has a record of a criminal conviction, whi...
Cohoes mayor blasts Norlite for denying the impact of the dust from its facility news
Mar 06, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union Cohoes Mayor William Keeler is blasting the Norlite aggregate plant and hazardous waste incinerator for a letter the company released claiming that the nei...
Cairo officials finally hand out 1998 housing grant news
Mar 09, 2022
Ted Remsnyder reports for Columbia-Greene Media that after a 24-year delay, and in the midst of a Hudson Valley housing crisis, Cairo officials finally approved the dispersal of $61,860 of funding f...
Reports finds NY's housing supply would not be impacted by Good Cause law news
May 10, 2022
Nick Reisman is reporting for State of Politics that advocates for proposed statewide tenant protection measures meant to make it harder for landlords to raise rent and move forward with evictions rep...
Low vacancy rate qualifies Kingston for rent stabilization news
Jun 03, 2022
Phillip Pantuso reports in the Times Union that a new vacancy study says Kingston is now qualified to become the first municipality north of the New York City suburbs to opt into the state Emergency T...
Affordable housing proposed in Coxsackie news
Jun 15, 2022
Andrea Macko reports in Porcupine Soup that during the current Hudson Valley housing crisis, few affordable housing projects are being proposed locally, but one development is back on the table in Cox...
Audio Feature: May 29 Catskill Housing Authority Meeting news
May 31, 2019
Click here to download or play the May 29, 2019, Catskill Housing Authority meeting about issues related to the Hop O Nose housing complex (1:22:43). Recorded live by Molly Stinchfield.
Windham gets its loan from Albany news
Nov 29, 2011
Governor Andrew Cuomo's Upstate Storm and Recovery Task Force announced Monday in Windham that they are indeed giving the Town of Windham a five-year, no-interest loan of $882,000. Last week voters in...
Audio Feature: Hudson Housing Committee Meeting news
Sep 25, 2019
Hudson Housing Committee Meeting at Bliss Towers recorded and uploaded by Dan Udell. Jumaane D. Williams, New York City's Public Advocate, reports on locked stairway doors -- a deadly fire hazard --...
HHA throws out building plan news
Jul 30, 2019
Jeanette Wolfberg is reporting for The Columbia Paper the Hudson Housing Authority has scrapped a plan to build two four-story residential units with retail space on State Street in the city's Second...
Agency receives funding for housing repairs news
Mar 22, 2016
Katie Kocijanski is reporting in The Daily Mail the Catskill Mountain Development Corporation has been awarded $400,000 in state funds to facilitate home repairs for Greene County residents. Corporati...
Local housing facilities to become smoke-free by June 1 news
Apr 11, 2018
Daniel Zuckerman is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Hop-O-Nose Apartments in Catskill and Bliss Towers in Hudson are going smoke-free. The advocacy and education group Tobacco-Free Action of C...
Prattsville senior housing project to be scaled back news
Jun 16, 2016
Michael Ryan is reporting in The Daily Mail the town of Prattsville has learned its request for state grant funding for the construction of The Mews senior housing center has been turned down. Prattsv...
The weekend in review news
May 21, 2012
Stories that made the news from May 17 through May 20 in Columbia and Greene counties. Nathan Mayberg reported in the Register Star on the details of two proposals for homeless and transitional hou...
Audio Feature: This week in News for Rep. John Faso 20180306 news
Mar 10, 2018
Here's the week in the news for Rep. John Faso (R-Kinderhook), the District 19 Congressperson for the WGXC listening area. The Fivethirtyeight.com website currently reports Faso votes with Donald Trum...
Columbia County considers two housing proposals news
May 17, 2012
Nathan Mayberg reports in the Register Star two organizations recently submitted proposals for homeless and transitional housing to the Columbia County Board of Supervisors. Maranatha Human Services o...
Homeless rate in Columbia County down news
Sep 20, 2012
Nathan Mayberg reports in the Register Star the Columbia County Board of Supervisors is reconsidering a homeless housing project in light of a reported drop in the county's homeless population. In ear...