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AMENIA — Taking into account the different steps, strategies and setbacks involved with property redevelopment, the Tri-Town Coalition continued its discussion on identifying opportunities for affordable housing with local residents and Hudson River Housing on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

The meeting at Amenia Town Hall welcomed around 18 attendees from the three towns represented by the coalition: Millerton/North East, Pine Plains and Amenia, as well as other neighboring towns in Dutchess and Columbia Counties.

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Peace and harmony in Wassaic

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WASSAIC — Residents and volunteers associated with the World Peace Sanctuary welcome the community to celebrate peace all year long. On Saturday, Sept. 21, they celebrated the International Day of Peace.

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Kent Hollow Mine sues the town of Amenia for ZBA ruling

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AMENIA — Residents of the town of Amenia may have believed that ever since the Amenia Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) unanimously denied the Kent Hollow Mine zoning appeal on June 17 of this year, the matter had been laid to rest. That assumption would be in error.

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Celebrating 17 years of community at the Indian Rock Schoolhouse picnic

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

AMENIA — The local community was invited to Indian Rock Schoolhouse on Saturday, Oct. 5, to take part in a tradition started by the schoolhouse’s late founder, Ann Linden: the 17th Annual Community Day and Picnic.
“The biggest thing is Ann wanted this to be a living museum,” said Indian Rock Schoolhouse Board member Beth Murphy, “and that’s what it’ll continue to be.”

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Amenia Town Board reviews Trail to Train project status

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

AMENIA — For its first meeting of the month, the Amenia Town Board got updated on the status of the Trail to Train project and set a date for its budget meeting for the 2020 fiscal year on Thursday, Oct. 3.

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Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue opens facilities to at-risk youth

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DOVER PLAINS — Beyond providing a sanctuary for horses and dedicating its facilities to educating the community and strengthening the relationship between horses and people, Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue in Dover Plains opened its facilities this past summer to help six participants from the Juvenile Risk Intervention Services Coordination (J-RISC) program build skills in communication, leadership, empathy and compassion through the EquiNorth Equine Assisted Youth Development Program. 

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Town Board welcomes ideas for 2020 CDBG, assesses Trail to Train

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AMENIA — At its most recent meeting on Thursday, Sept. 19, the Amenia Town Board opened the floor to the public for the purpose of gleaning suggestions for the 2020 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.

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Wassaic Project’s latest exhibition ‘Take a Selfie of Me’ engages community with public installations

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WASSAIC — Just a few days shy of fall’s beginning, The Wassaic Project found an interactive way to unveil its latest art exhibition, “Take a Selfie of Me,” on Saturday, Sept. 21, by inviting the community to seek out the installations that were set up in public spaces across Wassaic and Amenia.
While the opening receptions for the installations began at 3 p.m., Wassaic Project co-executive directors Eve Biddle, Jeff Barnett-Winsby and Bowie Zunino had plenty of activities scheduled earlier in the afternoon. 

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From ‘Chopped’ to children, celebrity chef cooks for all

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AMENIA — Dafna Mizrahi is a chef, and a well-known chef at that. She has cooked at some pretty great restaurants, including Monte’s Local Kitchen and Tap Room in Amenia, and she has twice been on The Food Network’s “Chopped,” leaving as champion. As much as she loves to cook, it’s sharing her skill with youngsters that is her first love and passion.

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Town Board stresses over Trail to Train project

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AMENIA — At the stroke of 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 5, the Amenia Town Board dove headfirst into a discussion regarding current town projects with a lengthy focus on the long-awaited Trail to Train project.
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Webutuck BOE considers student health and school improvement

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WEBUTUCK — Just before the 2019-20 school year was set to begin at the North East (Webutuck) Central School District, its Board of Education (BOE) sat down to analyze a student health proposal from the Webutuck School Clinic and a Comprehensive School Improvement (CSI) plan created for Webutuck Elementary School (WES) at its board meeting on Monday, Aug. 26.

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