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MILLERTON — They seem like ordinary citizens, going about their everyday activities while plying their talents behind closed door. Then once a year, their inner Elves emerge, and as if by magic the fruits of their labors appear at the NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex. There for one special day the building becomes Santa’s North East Pole as it houses the annual Holiday Craft Fair. 

The huge community room, often used for events such as concerts, movies, speakers and even elections, is filled with good cheer as neighbors visit with neighbors while they shop for...

Millerton

CAC talks shop, or shopping market, that is

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NORTH EAST — At the Town Board’s June business meeting the North East Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) submitted a copy of a report it previously drafted for the Planning Board regarding a proposed supermarket. Southern Realty & Development, LLC, is the applicant behind the proposal for a 36,000-square foot, as-of-yet unnamed supermarket planned behind the existing Thompson Plaza, off Route 44, in the town’s Boulevard District.

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Eagle Scout project benefits village of Millerton

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MILLERTON — Seventeen-year-old Millerton resident Justin Katan built a message board at Eddie Collins Field as his Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project. The board was completed June 18.
Katan first began brainstorming for the project 11 months ago, but did not begin the process of planning, organizing and implementing the project until September. Construction of the message board began in April.
Before the construction began, Katan needed to get his project approved by multiple bodies, including the local Town Board and the Recreation Committee.

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Paving the way on Route 199

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MILLERTON — The lane resurfacing on Route 199 in Millerton was completed on Monday, June 20, but contractors will continue to work sporadically to finish the final stages of the project.
Work is not expected to completely wrap up for another three weeks because driveway ends need to be repaved, the road shoulders need to be finished and permanent road stripes need to be applied. Some of these final stages will require renewed lane closures.
The project, which is between Winchell Mountain Road and Route 22, is repaving both lanes for an approximate 2.1-mile (4.2 “lane mile”) stretch.

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Tax receipts a positive sign

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NORTH EAST — The Town Board was in merry spirits at its meeting on Thursday, June 9, at least when discussion turned to the recent mortgage tax payment it had received — the first of two installments planned for the year.
The town received $41,038.54, more than what some of the board members were expecting, including town Supervisor Dave Sherman.
“It was a positive indication there is some activity out there in the real estate market,” he said. “At least it’s providing us some revenue while we deal with budget expectations. If we can receive that much — hallelujah — more power to it.”

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New salon offers trip through wonderland

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MILLERTON — In a shop in the heart of downtown Millerton, decorated with 19th-century furniture and photographs from local artists, Renee Wiley has opened a new hair salon and boutique.
The shop, Hair on the Run, which has a Victorian “Alice in Wonderland” theme, is located on South Center Street, just off Main Street.
Wiley, a former model, became interested in the beauty industry after helping fellow models do their hair and makeup. She has now been certified in hair styling and cutting for 27 years.

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Man pleads guilty of burglary

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MILLERTON — Millerton resident Joseph Tanner, 29, faces up to four years in prison after entering a guilty plea in Dutchess County Court for attempted burglary, a felony.
Tanner admitted to breaking into a home in the town of North East on Saturday, March 5, and stealing a television, a stereo, a cellphone and two watches.
Under state law, Tanner faces mandatory prison time because he was previously convicted of a separate felony within the last 10 years.
He will return to court on July 19 to receive his sentencing.

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Health Bucks coupons accepted at Millerton Farmers Market

HARLEM VALLEY — The North East Community Center (NECC) is addressing barriers to healthy eating by launching Health Bucks through a donation from Sharon Hospital.
The goal of Health Bucks is to help families purchase fresh, locally grown produce and increase food stamp use at local farmers markets. Health Bucks are $2 coupons that may be used on fresh fruits and vegetables at the Millerton Farmers Market, which is sponsored by NECC, and the Amenia Farmers Market.

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North East focuses on emergency plans

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NORTH EAST — This town joined other municipalities throughout eastern and northern Dutchess County recently to discuss the region’s all-hazards mitigation plan — something that North East, Millerton, Pine Plains, Amenia, Dover, Milan, Beekman and both the town and village of Pawling have signed on to.
At the meeting Wednesday, June 15, according to North East town Supervisor Dave Sherman, news that the final grant payment for the plan’s adoption and approval was submitted by the State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) was announced.

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Help with home ownership is here

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MILLERTON — On Thursday, June 9, the North East Community Center (NECC) in Millerton hosted an open house in honor of the opening of a satellite office for the NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center.
The celebration, which fell during National NeighborWorks Week, introduced the community to the NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center and the services it provides, including homeownership education, landlord training and budget and credit counseling.

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Spring for Sound a rocking good time

MILLERTON — Although the morning of Saturday, June 11, began with thunder, the weather did not prevent the 16 acts of Spring for Sound from displaying their talent on the stage behind the North East Community Center (NECC).
Spring for Sound is a fundraiser for NECC that promotes local bands. Mimi Harney and Kristen Panzer, board members of NECC, organized the event for its second year.
In the community center’s backyard, among the skateboards, bikes and strollers that occupied the Rail Trail, 13 bands and three DJs performed from 3 to 11 p.m.

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