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AMENIA — Starting Thursday, April 20, the town of Amenia will offer its senior population  a chance — and a place — to socialize, with the opening of a new senior center. For now, the center will act as a litmus test of sorts, to see if more senior activities are desired by town residents. If so, the town will consider offering more for seniors to do while figuring out how the program can grow.

The idea for launching the new center was initiated last year by Michele Somogyi of the Amenia Recreation Commission. For at least the last year, the town has not had...

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It’s holiday time …

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AMENIA — Holiday celebrations have taken place in Amenia since 1991, and this year will be no different. Festivities kick off Saturday, Dec. 10, with the Holiday of Lights.
“This is the fifth year the town is working in collaboration with the Amenia Fire Company and the Amenia Free Library to bring about this celebration,” said Town Clerk Dawn Marie Klingner. “The great thing about the holidays is that it brings the community back together.”

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Sold: Troutbeck

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AMENIA — Troutbeck, the inn and former estate  on Leedsville Road, has been sold after several years on the market. 

It was bought in June year by Troutbeck Holdings Ltd. from Jim Flaherty and Bob Skibsted of Amenia.

Anthony Champalimaud, a general partner with Troutbeck Holdings, gave an interview to The Millerton News last week about plans for the historic property.

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At interfaith event: What it means to be human

AMENIA — The intimate room at Congregation Beth David on Saturday evening, Nov. 19, was devoted to the expression of faith, but Rabbi Jon Haddon cracked the ice with a taste of timely political one-liners.

“I always want to vote for the best man, but he never runs!” Haddon quipped.

He quickly transitioned into a prayer for the nation, and closed on a compelling note of symbolism: “Let us remember, dear friends, that even the Liberty Bell is cracked.”

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Wassaic offers seed swap and art

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WASSAIC — Maxon Mills was as busy as ever on Saturday, Nov. 12, as The Wassaic Project held three very different functions all at once.
The community-oriented arts organization kicked the event off with the first annual Wassaic Seed Swap at 3 p.m. Gardening enthusiasts enjoyed perusing through a collection of roughly 100 different seeds, ranging from flowers to vegetables.
Lesley Elhers, a gardener, was one of the first to arrive.

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Veterans thanked for service

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AMENIA — A small crowd gathered at Fountain Square in Amenia on Friday, Nov. 11, to honor veterans past and present. The group, which was smaller than in years past, withstood gusty winds to express their gratitude to those who served in this nation’s Armed Forces.
To VFW Post 5444 member Rick Butler, their presence meant a lot.

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County budget unveiled

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DOVER — Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro released the county’s first tentative budget for 2017 at a Town Hall Forum at the American Legion Post 1949 in Wingdale on Wednesday, Nov. 9. 
The budget proposed by Molinaro includes what would be the third consecutive year of tax levy reductions, of roughly $175,000. It would also be the second consecutive year the county has seen a tax rate reduction.

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Maplebrook’s outdoor classroom hosts Webutuck students

AMENIA — The third-grade classes from Webutuck Elementary School spent the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Etkin Environmental Center on Maplebrook’s west campus.  

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Town Board talks budget, Silo Ridge resolutions passed

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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board held its regular meeting on Thursday, Nov. 3, and discussed the town budget and Silo Ridge Field Club.
The meeting kicked off with a public hearing regarding a local law authorizing a property tax levy in excess of the limit established in general municipal law.
During the time allotted for the public hearing, Leedsville resident Sharon Kroeger spoke about the budget process.

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The haunted mill in the haunted hamlet

                                           

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Budget process underway, focus on ambulance service

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AMENIA  — The last trimester of the year spells out budget season for towns throughout the state. Like many of them, Amenia is in the throes of drafting its budget.
A tentative budget was presented on Friday, Sept. 20. 
Before adopting the final budget, the board will have to hold a public hearing before the Tuesday, Nov. 15, adoption deadline.
Town Supervisor Victoria Perotti said this year’s budget is similar to last year’s.

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