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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wallkill woman finds lost pussy after relentless two months search

Wallkill woman finds lost pussy after relentless two months search Gardiner’s well-known hissing person case has been solved. One ornery outdoor feline — miffed after visiting a local veterinarian — escaped from its owner and remained at large for eight weeks. A widespread campaign unrivaled in Gardiner then ensued. Sarah Sax, devastated at the loss […]

New online effort to kickstart popular confession performance

A local stage production has ten days to raise $20,000 through Amazon.Com’s “Kickstart” program, for their next round of funding. So far, almost $15,000 has been pledged towards “Too Much Information,” otherwise known as “TMI.” No funds get transferred by the sponsor unless the entire goal is met. Producer Eva Tenuto spoke about her project […]

Interview: Robert Gallagher for Rosendale town council

This lifelong Rosendaler, age 48, is seeking re-election to the town board, following one term as Republican councilman — preceded by two terms as supervisor. He first took office in 2004. The High Falls resident takes a no-nonsense approach towards politics. Gallagher stepped down as supervisor for career reasons. “It is a full time job. […]

Interview: Robert Ryan for Rosendale town council

A lifelong resident of Rosendale, Robert Ryan, age 52, is seeking election as town councilman on the Republican slate. The Tillson retiree’s extended family has called Rosendale home for over a century. Retired from Coast Guard after 32 years, plus 13 years employment for New York State as a Level I plant utilities engineer, is […]

Housing still on the table for Creek Locks property

It’s a long-shot; however, Rosendale is considering a senior housing development for Creek Locks Road, on a parcel of land just outside the hamlet business district, approved for use by the Little League just last month. There might be room to accommodate both baseball and apartments. Town supervisor proposed discussions with developers, “at least to […]

Open Space Institute acquires Joppenburgh Mountain

[Note: the following is a press release from Open Space Institute, which came out on Thursday morning. Rosendale rejected OSI’s strong-arm tactics last spring, saving taxpayers about $80,000. There’s more to this story than what OSI is presenting to the public.] OSI’s acquisition, with assistance from The Shawangunk Conservancy, permanently protects Rosendale landmark NEW YORK, […]

Interview: Richard “F-Stop” Minissali for Rosendale town council

Incumbent Democrat Richard “F-Stop” Minissali is seeking re-election for a second term in office on the Rosendale town council. The James Street resident, age 62, moved here 16 years ago from Kerhonksen. He grew up in Syracuse, NY. “This is clearly a one-issue race,” remarked F-Stop, “but the issue is Rosendale — not Williams Lake.” […]

Interview: Alex Ferguson for Rosendale town council

Rosendale’s newest candidate, Alex Ferguson, age 33, is vying for a seat on the town council, as part of the Democratic slate. The Tillson Estates resident moved to Rosendale with his wife four and a half years ago from Los Angeles, Calif. They are expecting a baby. “I was born in Utah, lived there until […]