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MILLERTON — Those who knew Myron “Mike” Rindsberg felt fortunate to do so. He was generous of spirit, kind and nurturing. And for roughly 30 years he was the much beloved superintendent of the North East (Webutuck) Central School District.

“He didn’t stand on ceremony at all, that wasn’t my dad,” said his daughter, Jane Emily Rindsberg. “He was pretty modest. A lot of students remember my dad wearing Levi’s, I don’t think jeans, probably corduroys, which was pretty progressive for a superintendent. He always liked to hang...

Millerton

Main Street sidewalks to get $150,000 facelift thanks to block grant

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MILLERTON — The village of Millerton was recently named one of four Dutchess County municipalities to receive funding from this year’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.

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Merwin Farm and Home delivers on charm

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MILLERTON — Residents looking to bring a little extra charm into their homes can visit Merwin Farm and Home to browse a selection of new, antique and locally-made items and take part in one of many Do It Yourself (DIY) workshops.

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Meeting dates set for 2019-20 budget process

MILLERTON — The Village Board utilized part of its meeting on Monday, March 25, to reviewing the budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year, marking the calendar with dates.
The board went over the budget line-by-line to determine what could be trimmed while making sure it has the funds necessary for running the village. In order to stay below the allowed tax cap of 2 percent, the board had to reduce the budget’s contingency line from $12,000 to $5,235. 

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Volunteers needed to spruce up Rail Trail

MILLERTON -— Spending a sunny day walking or bicycling on the Harlem Valley Rail Trail can be a great way to pass the time, but sometimes Mother Nature needs a little hand for the adventure to go well. 
Fortunately, a number of good Samaritans — more of whom will be needed on April 13 — have already begun the work that will ensure the experience is the best that it can be. 

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Eco Challenge eco events

MILLERTON — Townscape is offering an Eco Challenge through Friday, April 12. Pick up a tabulation booklet at any Main Street merchant or log onto www.millertonecochallenge.com. The login code is “ecosite.” Keep a daily record of plastic use. Check a box under each heading for each item used.
Turn in the results at the free movie, “The Human Element,” at The Moviehouse on Sunday, April 14, at 11 a.m., or at any Main Street store.
Total results to be published on Earth Day, April 22, at the website mentioned above.

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Full STEAM ahead

The STEAM Club took off at the NorthEast-Millerton Library on Friday, March 29, as teacher Lynn Buckley taught five young readers about the science behind flying with Simple Planes. After learning more about how things fly and Newton’s Laws of Motion, they crafted different types of airplanes out of paper and paperclips before testing which ones would fly the farthest, longest and most precise distance.

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Residents track plastic use with Eco Challenge

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MILLERTON — Kicking off the month of April with an eco-friendly eye opener, Townscape of Millerton and North East has challenged residents to take note of how much plastic they use as part of the organization’s first Eco Challenge.

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Community Conversation: Housing talk scheduled for April 12

MILLERTON — Come Friday, April 12, the North East Community Center (NECC) in Millerton will partner with Hudson River Housing to host a Community Conversation on “Housing: A Key to a Strong Local Community.”
Designed as a regional approach for rural communities such as the towns of North East, Amenia and Pine Plains, the Community Conversation will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the American Legion Post 178 building, located at 155 Route 44 in Millerton. 

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Pony show and more for Ag Literacy Week

MILLERTON — Taking part in the celebration of Agricultural Literacy Week, Dutchess County Legislator Gregg Pulver read to local children and answered their questions about agriculture, at the NorthEast-Millerton Library on Friday, March 22.

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Winners’ plans after Millerton election

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MILLERTON — Millerton residents cast their ballots last Tuesday, March 19, to vote in this year’s village election. There were open seats for mayor and two village trustee positions. Additionally, there was a referendum to change the month of the general village election from March to June.
Incumbent candidate Debbie Middlebrook campaigned for her second two-year term as mayor while Jennifer Najdek ran for a second two-year term as village trustee. Newcomer Joshua Schultz ran for the other open trustee seat. 

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