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MILLERTON — By the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 12, the village of Millerton had been transformed into a walking, living art gallery where local residents and weekend visitors could view artwork on display throughout village streets and businesses as part of the sixth annual Fall for Art festival.

Sponsored and funded by the Millerton Business Alliance, the village-wide art festival ran from 1 to 6 p.m. and was open free of charge to all interested attendees. From paintings and photographs to jewelry, hand-painted signs and more, the festival featured an extensive menagerie of...

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North East deals with criticism regarding its reassessment project

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NORTH EAST — The Town Board held a special meeting Thursday, April 28, to discuss recent criticism regarding the townwide reassessment project led by Assessor Katherine Johnson’s office. Following the notification of property owners of their newly assessed values, the town has been logging complaints that the values are too high and unfair.
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‘So long, thanks for the memories’

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MILLERTON — As some readers may have read in last week’s paper, this is my last week with The Millerton News. By the time this issue hits the newsstands, I will be about two-and-a-half hours south (as the train ride goes), enthusiastically tackling the ups and downs of city living. I have moved to Brooklyn.

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Committee to consider school building’s future

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MILLERTON — Provided that North East Central School District (also known as Webutuck) taxpayers give permission to the Board of Education (BOE) to give away its Millerton Elementary School (MES) building, a committee of local municipal leaders and residents from the village of Millerton and the town of North East are deciding whether to take joint ownership of the building.

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Committee to consider school building’s future

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MILLERTON — Provided that North East Central School District (also known as Webutuck) taxpayers give permission to the Board of Education (BOE) to give away its Millerton Elementary School (MES) building, a committee of local municipal leaders and residents from the village of Millerton and the town of North East are deciding whether to take joint ownership of the building.

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Let the sun shine in

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MILLERTON — After being awarded what Millerton Mayor John Scutieri described as “one of the biggest grants the village has seen,” the village has installed photovoltaic solar panels that will make the Millerton water department and highway facility “green.” The mayor said the work was expected to take about three weeks; that window of time has just expired.

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Let the sun shine in

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MILLERTON — After being awarded what Millerton Mayor John Scutieri described as “one of the biggest grants the village has seen,” the village has installed photovoltaic solar panels that will make the Millerton water department and highway facility “green.” The mayor said the work was expected to take about three weeks; that window of time has just expired.

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Cooperation among village mainstays builds a stronger Millerton

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MILLERTON — There’s no question the village of Millerton has seen a renaissance in the past few years. It has welcomed new businesses, additional residents and oodles of tourists.
The good news is the trend is continuing, with the development of such properties as 34-36 Main St., the future home of Little Gates Wine Merchants, which will be moving from its South Center Street location in time for Memorial Day.
Across the street, at the former M&T Bank, Jill and Paul Choma bought the vacant building to expand their shop, Gilded Moon Framing.

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Should the town consolidate police services?

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NORTH EAST — The Town Board and its public were presented with reasons why North East should consider consolidating its police services with the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office. Currently the town contracts with the village of Millerton for police coverage.
Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Jonathan Begor made the presentation at the April 14 Town Board meeting.
According to Begor, there are many other municipalities that contract with the sheriff’s office. He said his goal that night was to “define the benefits” of doing so.

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Rain doesn’t stop egg hunt

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MILLERTON — Rain and chilly temperatures weren’t going to stop this year’s batch of excited Easter egg hunters, who gathered at the Millerton Rod & Gun Club on Saturday, April 23, for the annual festivities.
This is the event’s 19th year, according to organizer Al Andrews. Sixty-six dozen eggs were prepared and hidden for the search; that’s 792 eggs scattered across the lawn, hidden in bushes and among the various nooks and crannies that the club’s property affords.

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Agricultural community cries foul regarding property reassessments

North East tax assessor sticks to her guns
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NORTH EAST — Property owners in Millerton and North East are up in arms regarding the reassessment project the town is currently in the process of wrapping up — none more so than farmers — many of whom have seen their property values jump double, some triple, digits.

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