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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.

More than 30 attended, many of whom brought a favorite dish for the afternoon’s potluck meal. They were blessed with ideal weather to host the World Peace Flag Ceremony on the patio. Among the ceremony’s featured Peace Poles, one held a bright yellow banner that proclaimed, “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” while the other was the centerpiece for guests to...

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Super students

On Monday, Jan. 28, the Webutuck Board of Education congratulated five sixth-grade students from Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS) for achieving the Student of the Month honor for the month of January. Led by EBIS teachers Denise Conway and Evelyn Brennie, each student was praised for strengths in the classroom. The students received certificates for the honor. From left, Brennie congratulated students Betsaida Franco-Sub, Ryleigh Sprague, Aaron Wendover, Thomas Beeman and Landen Elliott along with Conway and EBIS Principal Erik Lynch.

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Town Board approves sale of water district property on Route 343

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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board opened its meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17, with a public hearing for the sale of surplus property in the Amenia Water District No. 1, before moving forward with its sale.

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Town Board approves resolutions: Train to Trail and solar moratorium OK’d

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AMENIA — The Amenia Town Board approved various resolutions for a number of municipal projects at a meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17.
Learning that the emergency generator at Amenia Town Hall requires electrical work to be completed by a licensed electrician, the board awarded the contract to CDE Electric at a cost not to exceed $61,400.

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Town abuzz over newly proposed noise ordinance

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AMENIA — Continuing the public hearing on the new noise law, the Town Board discussed the ordinance at its meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17. 
As one of the first attendees to speak, Wassaic resident Antonia Shoumatoff made some suggestions. Addressing Councilman Damien Gutierrez’s previous concerns about making sure noises created by firing guns during hunting season were exempt from complaint, she said she thought it would be good if that type of noise was an exception in the new law. 

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Town Board OKs firearm policy for constables and announces plans for 2019

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AMENIA — Along with accepting official appointments for 2019, the Amenia Town Board approved several designations  and stated its goals for the new year at its annual reorganization meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3. For more on town appointments, read the Jan. 10 edition of The Millerton News.

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Amenia Town Board holds organizational meeting for 2019

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AMENIA— The Amenia Town Board held its annual organizational meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3.
After establishing the salaries for the town’s elected and appointed officials, the board appointed Ian Lindars as town attorney at $200 an hour. 
Working 22 hours a week for $26 an hour, Marge Arnold was appointed to the bookkeeper position; Lorna Sherman was appointed alternate per diem bookkeeper at $25 an hour. Working for a total of two hours per month, Diana McPadden was appointed bank reconciliation clerk for the bookkeeper at $15.97 an hour. 

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2018: Cricket Valley energy plant raises concerns here

The construction of a gas-powered electric plant in nearby Dover, N.Y., was a source of anxiety for Northwest Corner residents. Two concerns in particular are the size of the plant and the possibility that air pollution from the plant will drift over the border into Connecticut towns including Kent. 
The new plant is being built just off Route 22 in Dover, on an industrial site that was abandoned after a catastrophic fire there in 1996. 

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Winter Farmers Market ready for 2019

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AMENIA — Throughout the year, the Amenia Farmers Market welcomes local farmers and vendors to sell their wares and goods, and enhance the local economy. While the summer farmers market featured a variety of vendors, as did last year’s winter market, original market co-founder Lynn Mordas said she remains in constant search of new merchants and participants.

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Breakfast bounty

Just before they left for winter break, students and faculty members at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School embraced the holiday spirit at their annual holiday breakfast on Friday, Dec. 21. Students spent the morning mingling over a hot breakfast and enjoying each other’s company before the end of 2018. From left, students Kaylee Wheeler, Alexis Lovett, Angela Carrera, Adrianna Dean, Zachary Hood and Aaliyah Pfersick rang in the start of the holiday season with teacher Deanna Ambrosino.

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Breakfast bounty

Just before they left for winter break, students and faculty members at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School embraced the holiday spirit at their annual holiday breakfast on Friday, Dec. 21. Students spent the morning mingling over a hot breakfast and enjoying each other’s company before the end of 2018. From left, students Kaylee Wheeler, Alexis Lovett, Angela Carrera, Adrianna Dean, Zachary Hood and Aaliyah Pfersick rang in the start of the holiday season with teacher Deanna Ambrosino.

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