Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Hudson River communities want a seat on Ashokan Releases Working Group news
Dec 29, 2021
William J. Kemble reports for the Daily Freeman that the seven municipalities that take drinking water from the Hudson River want to be included in discussions about the discharge of muddy water from...
Second recent major fire along river in Coeymans news
Jan 20, 2022
Mike Goodwin and Will Waldron report in the Times Union that one worker was badly injured in an explosion of an 275 gallon oil tank in a shed at a boat shop in the Coeymans Landing Marina on Jan. 20....
City of Hudson receives $1.4M for sewer repair news
Jan 21, 2022
Noah Eckstein is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the city of Hudson has been awarded a $1.4 million grant from the state Department of Environmental Conservation as part of its Water Quality Impro...
Group organized to fight Ancram development news
Feb 16, 2022
A group of Ancram residents, organized as Rural Ancram, announced last week they have been meeting since November to discuss the scale, scope and potential impact of the proposed Iron Star resort, a d...
Two Greene County bridge projects postponed to 2023 news
Feb 17, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Greene County Highway and Solid Waste Department Superintendent Scott Templeton told the Greene County Legislature on February 14, that two planned...
Cascino vows to clean up Copake Valley Farm news
Feb 21, 2022
Diane Valden is reporting for The Columbia Paper that Salvatore Cascino is working on his 300-acre property along the east side of Route 22 in Copake, to undo some of his past misdeeds. Cascino, 82, i...
Delgado, Tague talk about farmers in chocolate milk debate news
Mar 11, 2022
Paul Kirby reports in the Daily Freeman that dairy farms have been complaining recently about having to pay overtime wages to workers, the kind that grocery store employees get. Now they also want New...
Cairo board votes against recycling again news
Apr 14, 2022
Melanie Lekocevic reports for Capital Region Independent Media that two of the three Cairo board members present April 4 to reopen the Cairo recycling center, but a majority vote was not enough. Motio...
Audio Feature: WGXC Congressional Report news
Mar 15, 2022
Here is this week's WGXC Congressional Report, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives and candidates for the 19th and 20th Congressional seats in New York. Cur...
Cairo town board to vote again on recycling center news
Apr 15, 2022
Andrea Macko reports in Porcupine Soup that there will be yet another vote on whether the Town of Cairo has a recycling center April 20. The town’s recycling center, in the Angelo Canna Town Park, was...
Concert series proposed for June still under consideration news
May 02, 2022
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Capital Region Independent Media concert organizers are looking to present a series of festivals at Magic Forest Farm in Coeymans Hollow in June, but they have yet t...
Hunter transfer station costing more news
May 19, 2022
Ted Remsnyder reports for Columbia-Greene Media that the upgrades for the Hunter Transfer Station are costing taxpayers more money, as Greene County Legislature’s Finance Committee unanimously approve...
Foes of Lee PCB landfill looking to health board for help news
Jul 05, 2022
Dick Lindsay is reporting for The Berkshire Eagle a leading opponent of the planned PCB disposal site in Lee, Mass. wants the town's Board of Health to intervene in the matter. The Housatonic River In...
City of Hudson declares Water Reserve Advisory news
Aug 26, 2022
The city of Hudson August 24 announced a Water Reserve Advisory due to drought conditions that began weeks ago,. During that time the level of the Churchtown Reservoir has dropped one foot, or 5.5 mil...