Friday, October 20, 2017

Berlin Town Board Action

August 17, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Effort To Change A Portion Of The 1988 Land Use Regulations Is Still A Work In Progress By Doug La Rocque At the July Planning Board meeting, the issue of whether a public hearing is necessary for that Board to approve a minor lot line adjustment between two parties was again raised by surveyor Fred Haley.

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The Fashionistas Try Photography

August 17, 2017 Leave a Comment 

The Fashionistas 4-H club got some tips on taking great pictures for our photography project from expert photographer Vanessa Lewis.

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Doree Cox Memorial Bench Placed In Poestenkill Community Forest

August 17, 2017 Leave a Comment 

The life of Doree Cox was celebrated and honored by friends and family at the Poestenkill Forest this month.

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In Search Of The Wild Apple To Create Unique Blends Of Hard Cider

August 10, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque Driving by his weekend residence on East Hollow Road in Petersburgh, you would never know that is where Seth Jones makes some of the most unique blends of hard cider, very popular in a number of New York City restaurants and eateries, and soon he hopes, for sale as well around […]

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Berlin’s Watipi Building Has New Owners

August 10, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Submitted by Commander Chris Lecce It’s been a long time coming but through the efforts of the Post membership and Berlin’s Town Officials it has become a reality…Berlin’s historic train station (Watipi Building) is officially the property of The American Legion Taconic Valley Post 937. 

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The Conservation Fund Buys 23,000 Acres Of Forestland In New York, Vermont And Massachusetts

August 4, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Purchase Provides Time For Implementation Of Permanent Conservation Strategies That Support Local Timber Economy And Recreational Access The Conservation Fund announced August 1 its purchase of 23,053 acres of working forestland in New York, Vermont and Massachusetts.

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Mitsui Building Continues To Disappear

August 4, 2017 Leave a Comment 

The demolition and removal of the Oak Mitsui building on lower First Street progresses more each working day. The building is completely down with the exception of one small wall.

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Berlin Planning Board

August 4, 2017 Leave a Comment 

The Question Of When A Public Hearing Is Needed, Again  By Doug La Rocque Surveyor Fred Haley raised the issue of public hearings at the Planning Board Meeting on Thursday, July 27.  In question is a lot line adjustment on Cherry Plain Hill Road.

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Berlin Town Board

August 4, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Giving Back A Road To The Residents Part Of A Short Workshop Meeting By Doug La Rocque With the approval of Berlin Highway Superintendent Jim Winn, the Berlin Town Board voted on Thursday, July 27 to officially abandon Raymer Lane, turning the ownership of the road back over to the residents who live there.  The road […]

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Berlin High School Student Earns National Honors At Community Leadership Conference

August 4, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque Ariana Hendricks of Berlin will begin her freshman year at Berlin Central this September, but she is already learning what it takes to be a successful and vibrant member of her community. Hendricks recently traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to take part in the National Family Career and Community Leaders of America […]

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