Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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More pushback against governmental cutbacks... news
Dec 10, 2010
In yet another indication of the building pushback we've been noticing against across-the-board government cuts and efficiencies, the Daily Freeman reports today that Ulster County officials have scut...
Pushback starts against Cuomo's departmental mergers proposal for greater state efficiency news
Jan 10, 2011
First there was the inaugural speech, with everyone wondering how New York's new governor would be tackling our budget woes for the coming year. Then the State of the State, given last Wednesday, Janu...
Cuomo getting significant pushback on tax cap news
Jan 25, 2011
The Times Union reports that the governor said that the increasingly popular circuit breaker mechanism for capping local property tax payments -- a graduated means of lessening tax burdens based on in...
Marijuana legalization getting pushback news
Feb 21, 2019
David Robinson reports for the Poughkeepsie Journal that recreational marijuana legalization was said by some to be a sure thing with the new Democrat-dominated New York State Senate. But now law enfo...
Saugerties reviewing bluestone sidewalks news
Mar 06, 2019
William J. Kemble reports in The Daily Freeman that not all local businesses in Saugerties like the bluestone sidewalk requirement in the village. “One of the restaurants came to us and wanted to repl...
Audio Feature: December 19 Hudson Common Council meeting news
Dec 21, 2017
Recorded live at Hudson City Hall Tue., Dec. 19, by Dan Udell and uploaded to the udellcommunityaction YouTube channel on Thu., Dec. 21. Udell reports: "Dog Park plan for Charles Williams Park voted...
Greene officials to discuss tax cap dangers news
Mar 04, 2011
Greene County Legislature Chairman Wayne Speenburgh has called a meeting for next Wednesday, March 9, to discuss pertinent state government issues with local representatives, all Republican, and has i...
HDC to decide future of Kaz project news
Jun 07, 2018
Amanda Purcell is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the fate of the Hudson Development Corporation's redevelopment project in the city's 1st Ward will be the subject of a meeting scheduled for June...
Former DEC head to Environmental Advocates news
Dec 14, 2010
Fired as DEC commissioner two months ago, and a legendary state assemblyman for decades before that, Pete Grannis has joined Environmental Advocates of New York as “special counsel.” The Times Union r...
Curran takes Chatham election news
Mar 16, 2011
The new Chatham United Party won the biggest victory in the handful of village elections Tue. March 15, with Tom Curran taking over the Chatham Village Mayor role. Curran, a political novice, beat out...
Dutchess Co. debating 'Tobacco 21' law news
Dec 06, 2017
The Mid-Hudson News Network is reporting the Dutchess County Legislature is considering whether to raise the age to purchase tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, from 18 to 21. Legislature Chairm...
More legislation on police reform passes in Albany news
Jun 10, 2020
An Associated Press survey found that the New York State Police are the largest primary state law enforcement agency not equipped with body cameras. Now they are saying they will launch a pilot progra...
Neighbors opposed to Philmont Habitat for Humanity project news
Jul 20, 2020
Nora Mishanec is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media some Philmont residents are raising concerns about a proposed Habitat for Humanity project planned for 18 Eagle Street in the village. The majority...
NY lawmakers pass extensive eviction ban news
Dec 29, 2020
Janaki Chad and Bill Mahoney are reporting for Politico New York state lawmakers Mon., Dec. 28, approved a sweeping eviction moratorium that has led to pushback from landlord groups asserting the meas...