March 5th, 2015

Maybrook mulls building moratorium

The Village of Maybrook has introduced a new local law that will potentially enact a six-month moratorium on the issuance of permits, certificates of occupancy and approvals for development within the B-2 Village Business District of the village, according to a press release issued by village officials. If passed, the village will also not accept applications during the six-month period. Full article

Rally for fair funding

They demanded fair funding for schools, respect for teachers, less testing and more classroom learning for students. They pulled no punches expressing anger at New York Gov.Andrew Cuomo and his proposed education reforms. Full article

Coast Guard icebreaker clears Hudson River

As everyone knows, this has been an extremely cold and snowy winter all across the region, with people anxiously awaiting the warmth of spring. The brutally cold temperatures in February have resulted in the Hudson River freezing over. Full article

Lady Panthers three-peat

Wallkill’s girls’ basketball team three-peated as MHAL champs Thursday, Feb. 26, and the Panthers did it with a tough defense and its power offense while defeating Marlboro in the semis and Spackenkill in the final. Full article

Goldbacks looking better as season winds down

Positives can emerge quickly from the negative, and that’s a good way to measure the progress of Newburgh’s boys’ basketball team from late January through the final week of February.Read full article.

Lady Dukes reach Class B semifinals

Marlboro’s girls’ basketball team beat Burke 61-19 in a Section 9, Class B quarterfinal Saturday, and last week they got a taste of the postseason during the MHAL tournament.Read full article.

From class clown to VP

Rick Zolzer was a “cut-up” in school. He was always “getting thrown out of class.” But behind that “class clown” was a determined kid who wanted to make it in sports. Despite playing baseball in high school and college, he realized that he wasn’t going to become a professional baseball player. Read full article.

Wallkill Valley Almanac 2015

The annual Wallkill Valley Almanac is available in stores and online now. Full of information on everything going on in the Wallkill Valley, the Almanac is great booklet to have close your phone or in your car all year long.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Maybrook mulls building moratorium
• Four seek three Walden trustee seats

Mid Hudson Times

• Rally for fair funding
• Vails Gate propane project off to rough start

Southern Ulster Times

• Coast Guard icebreaker clears Hudson River
• Marlboro narrows superintendent search

Sports

• Lady Panthers three-peat
• Goldbacks looking better as season winds down
• Lady Dukes reach Class B semifinals

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The Town Clerk’s office in the Town of Newburgh will be open from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, March 7.

Town Clerk Andrew Zarutskie announced that his office will be available for all of its normal services, including issuance of marriage licenses, the sale of new and renewal dog licenses, hunting and fishing licenses, and all notary public services.

The Town Clerk’s office has on hand voter registration forms. Persons who have moved since the last time they voted must register again. Zarutskie said that the transfer of a voter’s registration from one address to another is NOT automatic as many people seem to believe. Persons who have changed their name due to marriage or other reasons since the last time they voted, must also register again.

Zarutskie pointed out that marriage licenses can be purchased at any Town or City Hall in New York State, regardless of where the bride and groom reside, provided the wedding ceremony itself is going to be within New York State. Accordingly, couples who cannot come in during the week can report to Newburgh Town Hall on March 7. Couples seeking a marriage license must both present their birth certificates and a current picture ID. If either party had been married previously, they must show the documentation of the termination of the most recent marriage (divorce papers, annulment decree, death certificate).

Dog licenses and handicapped parking permits can be obtained ONLY from the Town Clerk where the person resides. Zarutskie’s two deputies — Jeanne M. Patterson and Brenda Milkovich — will both be on hand to assist on March 7.

Zarutskie will provide all notary public services free of charge.
Any further questions can be asked by calling 564-4554.

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