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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board welcomed Genevieve Trigg to its team at the end of August as the new town attorney.

Trigg said she knew she wanted to be a lawyer at a young age and applied herself to her studies to reach that goal. While she was originally interested in practicing criminal law, she developed a passion for environmental law after interning at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) during her first summer at Albany Law School. From that point on, she maintained her focus on environmental science throughout law school.

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A Spring Fling to remember

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WWII vet George Phillips shares stories of his life

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AMENIA— With blue skies above, residents of Amenia visited to Amenia Town Hall on Sunday, April 23, to learn about the extraordinary life of local World War II hero George Phillips.
On display was a table of memorabilia from Phillips’ days as a soldier and businessman. Priced at $2 per program, visitors were also invited to purchase a copy of “Stories of My Life,” by George Phillips. 
They were welcomed to the talk by Amenia Historical Society President Julian Strauss.

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Amenia Opening Day: Teams open season with a hay ride, coach honored after 32 years

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AMENIA — Not even a touch of April showers could prevent the youth of Amenia from coming out to celebrate Amenia Opening Day with their families on Saturday, April 22.
Opening day first made its arrival five years ago as an initiative by volunteer Christine Ford and has since grown into an annual community event. Considering that Amenia was originally recognized as a “baseball town,” Ford said she aimed to create an event that families can enjoy.

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Senior center offers new social scene

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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.

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Mourning the loss of Bill Carroll

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AMENIA — Bill Carroll, a lifelong resident of the town of Amenia, had an easy manner and a ready smile. He passed away at the age of 71 on Sunday, April 9.
Carroll, who served as an Amenia councilman — the lone Democrat — from January, 2002 to December, 2005, always had the town he loved foremost in his mind. 

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New local marketplace opens in Wassaic plaza

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WASSAIC — Earlier this month, the hamlet of Wassaic welcomed local marketplace Sackett Square as a new addition to the community.
Located at 3997 Route 22, Sackett Square opened its doors for business on Saturday, April 1. When asked why she had chosen Wassaic as the marketplace’s location, owner Lauren Williams replied that the area has an abundance of farms and small businesses, and she noticed that the people in the community were looking for an outlet for those businesses.

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Funding secured to protect Amenia farm

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AMENIA — At the end of March, Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro announced that the 2017 funding from Dutchess County’s Partnership for Manageable Growth (PMG) Program will help to permanently protect two farms in Dutchess County.
According to the official Dutchess County website, the PMG Program was created in 1999 for the purpose of protecting “important agricultural and open space resources.” 

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Every Bunny loves Easter

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Hunting for eggs

Zoe Gellweiler, 3, held an Easter egg she discovered on the playground behind Amenia Town Hall on Saturday, April 8. Turn to page A15 for more photos.

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At Jamaican eatery, only the beach is missing

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AMENIA — The soft sound of reggae music and the appetizing smell of Jamaican soul food are the first things that hit anyone fortunate enough to happen upon Railhead Jerk, a new restaurant in Amenia. Chef/owner Julette Barker-Wilson likes to keep the atmosphere relaxed and the food fresh — and she achieves that delicate balance every one of the five days a week that Railhead Jerk is open.

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