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Plans for the upstairs of the building is to lease space for offices or studios. The slab is down and the plumbing is done for this project. Framing should start next week. Germano is hoping to be open for business by the end of the year.
He plans to be open from 11 am to 11 pm seven days a week and maybe later on weekends. There was a discussion about parking. Germano hopes to use some of the high school lot after hours so discussion included ways to slow down traffic in order to make crossing the street safer. After the presentations, the Board went into an Executive Session to discuss financials of the 3 applications.
When they came out, they announced their decisions: The Board stated that they are excited about the plans for this project. It was explained that the loan fund is not currently fully funded.
Andrew Dance added that the grant projects were for physical improvements to the Hamlet and to support bringing businesses into the Town. He added that the loan fund was originally intended for use after the developer was able to build houses.
Scherer expressed her extreme disappointment that loans were not being offered as they would provide interest. From the audience, Michele Lindsay asked Mr. She wondered if Mr. Dance was refusing to fullfill this requirement. Scherer part of that loan fund, Mr. The Farms development will likely not even be discussed. The LDC local development corp was set up using funds given to the Town by the Farms to promote revitalization efforts and local development in downtown Tuxedo.
Using these funds, the LDC is able to provide grants and loans to aspiring business projects. While an agenda has not been released, it is probable that on-going projects such as Steve's, Tuxedo Dairy and the IGA will be the focus of this meeting. This notice is given in order to comply with the Open Meetings Law.
This is Bruno's first exhibiton with the gallery and features a selection of paintings from to while the artist was living in Los Angeles. Bruno's open-hearted paintings loosely suggest interiors, animals and still lifes.
She layers on super saturated colors with a loaded brush or palette knife and the paintings are often painted so thickly they border on low relief. There's a joie de vivre in the jigsaw-like compositions that snap togther with vibrant colors and patterns that unapologetically tip their hat to Henri Matisse and Elizabeth Murray.
The paintings are created in a moment of intense commitment to form as she composes directly onto the canvas from her imagination. Bruno says her work is about the capacity of a colored viscous material to somehow gel into the charm of a flower pot, or communicate states as complex as energy or joy. It's these moments that fascinate Bruno, when abstract forms become objects or objects become forms raising questions about the clarity of experience and the slipperiness of perception.
Her debut show in L. She lives and works in Tuxedo Park, New York. The Tuxedo Union Free School District recently engaged a National educational consulting firm for the purpose of developing a long-term plan for the education of its students, with particular focus on the High School.
As part of this process, the firm will be conducting community focus groups on the evenings of June 4 and June 5 at 7pm.
All community members are invited and encouraged to attend and vice their opinions as collecting feedback from all stake holders is a critical part of the process. Click here to view the open invitation from the School District. Electronic Recycling Day - April 22, Tuxedo Wellness Spring Fling - May 4, Tom Nash from Sterling Bank was absent.
The next item of business was reviewing applications. Of the two applications received, only one applicant was present—Michael Bruno of Tuxedo Hudson.
The other applicant, Steve Germano who has recently acquired the Take A Break property was not present. Bruno said that the funds he has applied for would be used for exterior renovations to the IGA building. The Board went into executive session to review and discuss the financials of the applicants.
Of the available amount, half is being offered to Mr. Bruno as the Board feels that his is an important project for the Town. Bruno was asked to supply a scope document with financial details from the contractor and he agreed to do so. Picnic In The Park! The Wee Wah Fishing Club is now accepting applications for new members.
Members use club boats to fish for trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, yellow perch, walleye, catfish, and more on the quiet, stocked waters of beautiful Wee Wah Lake in Tuxedo Park.
Village employees and active members of the Tuxedo Ambulance Corp. Click here to view the message. Committee Needed for Memorial Day Parade. The Town of Tuxedo is in need of a committee to help organize and manage the annual Memorial Day Parade.
American Legion Post has always put their best efforts into managing the parade. Unfortunately, starting this year our local heroes are unable to perform this duty.
They are looking for residents to get involved and help to continue this long standing tradition. The Legionaries have compiled all the contact information and resources needed to organize the event.
Please contact the Town Supervisors Office at if you or your organization would like to be part of the Memorial Day Parade Committee. Call or email us at SBrooks tuxedogov. See One, Say Something. According to Highway Superintendent Dollbaum, we can expect to see more potholes than usual this year. He has requested that anyone who sees a pothole that needs attention should call the Highway Garage to report it at 4. In considering recent and tragic events in the State of Florida, their community and citizens having our heartfelt support, the Town of Tuxedo Police Department has had dialogue with the Tuxedo School District and Superintendant Nancy Teed.
The Town of Tuxedo Police and the Tuxedo School District, having a close relationship, have mutually agreed upon the use of frequent patrols of the schools and grounds. Please understand the presence of police at schools as the Town of Tuxedo Police Department will be present, conducting patrols and walk-throughs. The purpose is to help ensure the safety of our students, faculty and community.
Any safety or other concerns should be addressed to the Town of Tuxedo Police Department at or the Tuxedo School District at As always, dial for any emergency and please be safe. Click here for more information. The term of the appointment shall be for 3 years. Sons of italy Venison Buffet February 3, Posted Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing food until further notice. When water mains lose pressure it increases the chance that untreated water and harm l microbes can enter your water.
Harmful microbes in drinking water can cause diarrhea, cramps, nausea, headaches, or other symptoms and may pose a special health risk for infants, some elderly, and people with severely compromised immune systems.
But these symptoms are not just caused by microbes in drinking water. What is being done? Replacement of the valve is necessary maintenance we must per on the system. We will work to replace the valve as quickly as possible. It is likely that you will need to boil water for the next few days until the problem is fixed and confirmation samples are collected to con the absence of bacteria.
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If it had been an emergency, you would have been notified immediately. Total Organic Carbon OC has no health effects. However TOC provides a medium for the formation of disinfection byproducts. What should I do? There is nothing you need to do. You do not need to boil your water or take other corrective actions. However, if you have specific health concerns, consult your doctor. If you have a severely compromised immune system, have an infant, are pregnant, or are elderly, you may be at increased risk and should seek advice om your health care providers.
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The program has state and federal incentives and there is access to low-interest loans. It is currently 40 cents per installed Watt. The incentive was enacted to spur the marketplace and is designed to taper off.
Likely by mid, the incentive will drop to 30 cents. Federal Investment Tax Credit: You may claim the credit over multiple years. For both residential and commercial property owners. Applies to 2nd homes as well as primary residences. You may claim the credit over 5 years. Does not apply to 2nd homes. If you lease a system, you receive the State tax credit, but the leasing company collects the federal tax credit.
Solar systems will not add to the taxable value of your home in NY State. Solar and wind energy will dominate our energy future because they are technologies…not a fuel. We will walk on relatively flat and paved terrain first and then, if time permits, we will continue onto a rocky trail.
Meet at Sterling Forest Visitor Center at 6: Walk ends at 8: Practice your bird song id at: Sterling Forest Fire Company St.
Senator Chuck Schumer made a stop at the train station on Thursday, October 6 at 1: Senator Schumer was in Tuxedo to address the tragedy of the train accident in Hoboken on September He said he had complete faith in the NTSB, which is conducting an investigation into the accident. Specifically, he noted that:. He detailed a 4- point plan that he would like to see implemented:.
Cheymore Gallery is excited to announce a new exhibition of Jim Dine prints. Three Decades of Prints, curated by Ruth Lingen. The show opens Saturday, October 15th with a reception from pm, and will be on view through December 17, Jim Dine is one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century and has had numerous solo exhibitions in museums in Europe and the United States. Dine was born in , in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a shop worker for the legendary New York printmaker Joe Wilfer and midwest book master Walter Hamady, Ruth Lingen learned both her trade and the pleasure of collaborating with living artists.
In the years since, she herself has become somewhat of a legend, collaborating with nearly 50 of the world's greatest artists- on prints some for Pace Editions, some on her own and very special limited edition artist books. The old number will still be operational and answered via an automated telephone menu. The Tuxedo Police, EMS and Fire Departments will continue to be our first responders and the transition to will be transparent to the citizens of Tuxedo. If you have any questions, please call Lt.
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We are pleased to once again partner with Ramapo College of New Jersey for this regional gathering. The conference begins at 9: The conference ends at 4 p. Please contact GeoffWelch gmail. The conference is a free event. We will post the agenda soon at: All transactions are performed online at www. When paying for a daily parking space you must reference zone , know your license plate number and have a credit card available.
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UN touts anti-tobacco progress, decries industry meddling The U. India's sanitation summit overshadows problems that persist The United Nations is celebrating the sanitation gains made in India since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in at a summit this week in Iran says 31 people have died from drinking tainted alcohol Iran's state-run IRNA news agency says 31 people died from drinking tainted alcohol across the country.
California governor rejects supervised drug injection plan California Gov. Jerry Brown has rejected legislation that would have allowed San Francisco to open what could be the nation's first supervised drug Medicine award to kick off naming of new Nobel Prize winners This year's Nobel Prize winners will be revealed starting Monday with the prize for medicine or physiology. Employers jump into providing care as health costs rise Corporate America is getting more involved in the health care its workers receive.
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