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WEBUTUCK — Through the creation of the Target District Committee, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) came closer to fulfilling its promise to address the low student performance rate detected at Webutuck Elementary School at the beginning of the year. Members of the committee gave a presentation at the BOE meeting on Monday, Aug. 12, with the intention of developing a plan for the Webutuck Central School District to follow to meet the -areas of need as identified by the state through its Target District Designation.

“More importantly, this plan is a comprehensive,...

Amenia

Town Board OKs agreements and tax settlements for Silo Ridge

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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board discussed business related to the Silo Ridge Ventures property at its last two meetings on Thursday, July 18 and Aug. 1.
At its recent meeting, the board focused on a resolution to approve a seconded amended and restated license agreement as well as a subordination agreement.
Amenia Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate Leo Blackman asked about the assessment and the settlement that was reached. Silo Ridge is currently seeking a reduction in the 2019 tax assessments for the 2019 tax roll.

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Gallery’s AIM to showcase artistic journeys

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AMENIA — Spectators looking to satisfy their curiosity about the evolution of artists and their artwork are welcome to explore the Art Institute at Maplebrook (AIM) Gallery at Maplebrook School, where the artistic journeys of artists Bob Hill and Seth Ruggles Hiler are on display in “Un-Paralleled,” the gallery’s first art exhibition.

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Festival prevails over summer showers at The Wassaic Project

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WASSAIC — Come rain, shine or thunderstorms, The Wassaic Project was prepared to start August with a communitywide celebration at its 11th annual Summer Festival on Saturday, Aug. 3.
The Wassaic Project welcomed community members, artists, musicians and performers from all walks of life to take part in its summertime tradition. While the day’s dark forecast made an appearance later in the afternoon, the local nonprofit was prepared, adapting its program when needed. 

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Grant applications reviewed, assessor reappointed

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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board managed to move quickly through its review of town business at its meeting on Thursday, July 11, which included submitting a number of grants to benefit the town.

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Everything’s coming up roses

AMENIA — On Saturday, July 27, local residents had a gorgeous day to stop and smell the roses — and other flora — at the Amenia Garden Club plant sale at the Durbridge Garden, where they were encouraged to explore a variety of plants. 
While the majority of plants came from Garden Club member Andy Durbridge’s garden, the sale also featured local growers including Flower Chix, Falls Village Flower Farm and Twin Brooks Nursery Farm. A portion of sales went to benefit the Amenia Garden Club.
— Kaitlin Lyle

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Solar law subject of hearing

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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board discussed what needed to be done in order to finalize the local law regarding solar energy systems in the town of Amenia at its meeting on Thursday, July 18.
This past May, the board approved a local law to amend a chapter in the town’s zoning code and add a new section related to solar energy systems.

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Seniors share food and fun

WASSIC — The Wassaic firehouse was hopping at its annual Amenia Senior Picnic on Saturday, July 27. 
Starting at noon, there was a full house of senior citizens who stopped by for an afternoon of good company, a delicious lunch and door prizes. Lunch included a full buffet of grilled chicken, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, salad and more, and music was provided by Wayne Targove on piano. 
All funds raised from the picnic’s annual 50/50 raffle went to benefit the Amenia Senior Recreation program.
—Kaitlin Lyle

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Northeastern Dutchess Tri-Town Coalition approaches region’s future from three angles

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AMENIA — In addition to examining the priorities and potential opportunities available in Amenia, the Northeastern Dutchess Tri-Town Coalition tackled the housing issue from three different perspectives — housing and infrastructure, financing and community engagement — at its meeting on Wednesday, July 24.

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Parents try but fail to save Kildonan School

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AMENIA — After meeting last Tuesday, July 16, to consider the proposal submitted by a committee of concerned parents to keep the school open, the Kildonan School Board of Trustees announced with a heavy heart that it would not be able to do so, to the dismay of the committee and other families connected to the school.

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Survey Dover Plains spotlights emerging artists

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DOVER PLAINS — Given how well-received their pop-up art show, artBangall, was last year in Bangall, N.Y., artists Stephanie Del Carpio and Amanda Brown have returned to the Hudson Valley to conduct their next upstate curatorial project, this time in Dover Plains with the art show Survey Dover Plains.

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