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MILLERTON — The Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) met on Thursday, Feb. 7. Member Jeanne Vanecko suggested a “drawdown challenge” to raise awareness about what Millerton is doing daily to fight global warming and environmental degradation.

In line with the village and the town of North East becoming Climate Smart Communities, Vanecko, president of Townscape, proposed the idea of a 21-day drawdown project in the community to give residents an idea of how their small gestures might contribute to larger environmental goals. Most importantly, it would encourage people...

Millerton

Students at Civic Life learn to speak out

MILLERTON — The students at Classical Magnet High School in Hartford don’t think much of the food in the school cafeteria.
This is not an uncommon state of affairs among American students.
But a group at Classical Magnet made a movie about it.
“Feeding Our Future” was the first of six student films from the Civic Life Project, shown at the The Moviehouse in Millerton on Sunday, June 10, under the aegis of The Salisbury Forum.

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Daisey Hill: new name, but not by much

MILLERTON — The farm’s name is slightly different — it’s now Daisey Hill instead of the former Daisi Hill Farm — but the tree-lined drive around Indian Lake Road still leads to the beautiful and bountiful farm that’s served the community for decades. 

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NECC provides critical after-school care

MILLERTON— As the school year heads toward its conclusion, Webutuck Superintendent of Schools Ray Castellani recently commented that the North East Community Center (NECC) After-School Program can ease some of the strains modern life can put on families. 
“We realize that continued after-school activity is imperative” for children’s development, he said, but parents can’t always spend the necessary time.   

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Irondale Schoolhouse opens for 2018

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MILLERTON — The historic Irondale Schoolhouse had an ideal spring afternoon for its open house on Saturday, May 26.
The schoolhouse doors opened for the public from noon until 4 p.m. Every so often, the ring of the bell rose above the conversation, the traffic and the weekend entertainment taking place in the village as children eagerly tugged on the bell’s rope.

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Silo Ridge Sewage Water Corporation OK’d

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AMENIA— The Amenia Town Board approved the initial rate request of the Silo Ridge Sewage Works Corporation  (SWC) with a majority vote at its meeting on Thursday, March 17.
With the exception of Councilwoman Vicki Doyle, all board members were present.

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Cottage + Camp sets up shop on Main Street

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MILLERTON — Shoppers looking for unusual antique furniture and art need look no further than the village’s latest antiques store, Cottage+Camp, located at 20 Main Street.

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Millerton’s Memorial Day

MILLERTON - From their resting places in the smallest of graveyards guarded with ferns and fallen stones to the most manicured of cemeteries, the veterans of North East were recognized during Monday’s Memorial Day commemoration.

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Millerton board focuses on safety

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MILLERTON— In light of the recent storm and the holiday weekend, the Village Board considered a number of potential safety measures and precautions at its meeting on Monday, May 21.

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Police Academy graduates

Edward M. Boyles of the village of Millerton Police Department, seen here with fellow students, graduated from the Zone 14 Law Enforcement Academy at Columbia-Greene Community College on Saturday, April 7.

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White Horse Collection re-opens on Main Street

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MILLERTON — Walking down village sidewalks, customers will be delighted to see that the boutique, White Horse Collection, has moved around the corner from its former location at 57 South Center Street to 28 Main Street. The space was formerly occupied by The Village Herbalist.

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