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MILLERTON — Along with organizing a public hearing for the village’s 2020 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application, the Village Board met on Monday, Oct. 7, to discuss potential pursuits for the village of Millerton to consider over the next few weeks.

After opening the public hearing, village trustees considered applying for a CDBG with the intention of making Eddie Collins Memorial Park Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant. Although there was no public comment, the board kept the hearing open for some time before it was officially closed.

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Millerton

Millerton’s former Getty to throw back to yesteryear

MILLERTON — In between his upcoming campaign for the North East Town Board and his business in Millerton, Associated Lightning Rod Company owner Rob Cooper has set his sights on the former Millerton Getty gas station on Route 44 with the intention of restoring the facility as an old time Mobil gas station.
“He’s going to refurbish the property and have it look so much better than it used to,” said North East Planning Board Chairman Dale Culver.

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NECC awarded $25,000 for youth development

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MILLERTON — The North East Community Center (NECC) was one of six recipients to be awarded funding recently through Dutchess County’s 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CBDG) program.

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MBA draws plans for Fall for Art

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MILLERTON — With this year’s Fall for Art festival just a few months away, the Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) continued its discussion of planning the village-wide art festival at its meeting on Thursday, Aug. 8.

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Savoring the taste of summer (tomatoes)

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MILLERTON — McEnroe Organic Farm had an idyllic summer afternoon to celebrate one of the season’s most popular fruits at its Tomato Festival on Saturday, Aug. 10.
In view of how McEnroe’s is known for its tomatoes — not to mention how a tomato is in its logo — Farm Education Director Alison Elliott said, “It makes sense that we have a Tomato Festival and I’m excited to bring people together. I’m excited for everyone to try our tomatoes in a different way.”

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A sign of the times…

The time has come to say one last goodbye to Saperstein’s in Millerton, as its familiar orange sign was taken down on Monday, Aug. 12. Aimed at changing the face of the building, Scott Dean of Dean Builders explained that James Hendrick, the current owner of the  Main Street building, “just wants to get it off and assess the situation.” The Saperstein’s building is currently on the market, with an asking price of $850,000.

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Chess tourney sure to stump and surprise

MILLERTON — A battle of ages is slated for Saturday, Aug. 10, at the NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex when players from 5 to 75 will be jousting with kings, queens and defenders of the realm in the Fourth Annual Millerton Chess Tournament. 

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Remembering former Mayor Dan Cuddeback Sr.

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MILLERTON — When the village of Millerton received news of Dan Cuddeback Sr.’s passing late last month, a good number of loved ones and local well-wishers came forward to share memories of a man who took pride in serving his community.
Cuddeback passed away in his Millerton home on Friday, July 27, at the age of 81.

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Big Trucks, big fun

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MILLERTON — Teaming up with a number of agencies, the NorthEast-Millerton Library invited young readers to explore the many vehicles used by local, county and state officials to keep communities safe and sound, at the Big Truck Day program on Tuesday, July 30. 
The North East Fire District annex building opened to children and their families, allowing a closer look at where some of the most important vehicles are stored. 

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We found Waldo!

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MILLERTON — After sending local children on a month-long scavenger hunt throughout the village of Millerton in search of Waldo, Oblong Junior rewarded participants with a party at the bookstore on Wednesday, July 31.
“It’s been such a success — everybody has been really into it,” said Therese Stanford, a bookseller at Oblong Junior.

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North Center Street fire draws quick response

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MILLERTON — Local residents and pedestrians watched curiously as a stretch of North Center Street in Millerton was swarmed with fire personnel who responded to a report of a house fire on Friday morning, Aug. 2.
While its origins have yet to be determined, the fire broke out at 31 North Center St. Though the building itself contains a few apartments, Millerton Building Inspector Kenneth McLaughlin explained that the structure has been zoned as a non-residential building within a residential district.

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