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PINE PLAINS — After contemplating the future of some district programs, the Pine Plains Central School District Board of Education (BOE) turned its attention to the status of a couple of projects at a meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

Held in the Cold Spring Early Learning Center cafeteria, all BOE members were present for the meeting.

Superintendent of Schools Martin Handler reported that the district’s energy performance contract is ready to go. Work began during the beginning of December. Not all of the work will be completed at once; some of the project will be...

Pine Plains

Bus driver Kim Russell commended for actions during bus collision

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PINE PLAINS— The Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) expressed gratitude recently to Kim Russell, a bus driver for the Pine Plains Central School District, for her response to a school bus collision on Route 199.
Superintendent of Schools Martin Handler kicked off a meeting in February by recognizing Russell’s exemplary work. 

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Library lecture examines Roosevelt family’s role in segregated America

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PINE PLAINS— A pair of local residents learned of the Roosevelt family’s stance on racial discrimination and segregation at a lecture at the Community Center above the Pine Plains Free Library on Monday, March 12. Despite the small turnout, the information was interesting and informative.
Jeff Urbin, an education specialist from the FDR Presidential Library, referred to the topic as a “mixed record.”  Urbin tried to provide some context.

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Pine Plains BOE questioned on district’s handling of bullying case

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PINE PLAINS — In the midst of today’s social climate, school districts and families across Dutchess County are more vigilant about school violence and bullying. Yet there has been a small handful of cases that have parents concerned. At the start of its meeting on Wednesday, April 4, the Pine Plains Central School District Board of Education (BOE) listened attentively as parents shared their concerns about bullying and how the district is handling it.

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BOE reviews 2018-19 school budget draft

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PINE PLAINS — The Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) used part of its meeting on Wednesday, April 4, to review the current draft of the proposed 2018-19 budget.
Assistant Superintendent of Business and Finance Michael Goldbeck introduced the budget presentation. He said the budget isn’t final at this point and won’t be adopted by the BOE until the following meeting on Wednesday, April 18. While the budget is subject to change until that time, he said he didn’t anticipate any major revisions.

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Clegg, Rhodes present campaigns for Congress

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PINE PLAINS — The Pine Plains Democratic Committee recently invited congressional candidates David Clegg and Gareth Rhodes to talk about their campaigns at the Pine Plains Free Library.
The meeting was held in the Community Room as each candidate was given the opportunity to discuss his platform.

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TP Auto signs on as U-Haul neighborhood dealer

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PINE PLAINS — Signing on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer last fall, automotive repair shop TP Auto in Pine Plains now offers U-Haul equipment and supplies as part of its inventory in addition to its current services.

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Pine Plains has a brand-new website

PINE PLAINS— The town of Pine Plains now has a more “welcoming face to the town” in the form of a new website, according to town Supervisor Darrah Cloud.  
Cloud said that before she was elected in November, a group including Suzanne Ouellette, Veronica Stork, Irene Wilson and Diana Woolie asked the Town Board to redesign the old website, which “wasn’t very user friendly and not reflective of what the town really is. They really put the beginning of it into action.”

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Brian Flynn presents congressional campaign to local community

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PINE PLAINS — The Pine Plains Democratic Committee recently welcomed congressional candidate Brian Flynn (D-19) as he presented his platform at the Pine Plains Free Library on Saturday, March 31, in the Community Room.
“Throughout my life, whenever I see something, I have to do something, especially if I see something wrong,” said Flynn on his reason for running.

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