Posted on 24 April 2017 by Editor
The local community turned out as the annual Suffern Crafts & Drafts Street Fair drew people from and far near for a sunny Sunday afternoon of activities. The event was sponsored by the Suffern Chamber of Commerce.
The sky turned blue Sunday and temperatures climbed for the annual Suffern Street Fair. The Crafts & Drafts collection of craft booths, local restaurants and Beer Garden drew a curious crowd that drifted along Suffern’s Lafayette and Washington Avenues. Continue Reading
Posted on 22 April 2017 by Editor
NYSDOT Region 8 will host Sloatsburg’s Complete Streets Public Workshop II – Concept Evaluation on Thursday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Village Hall.
Whether from curiosity or to make a contribution, Sloatsburgers showed up en masse at the first Complete Streets Public Workshop. The meeting was hosted by a team from the New York Department of Transportation Region 8 and focused on an open conversation about community transportation issues along Route 17. Continue Reading
Posted on 19 April 2017 by Editor
Sloatsburg is one of the anchor communities in the Ramapo Central School District. The community has had a local school since before the Village was incorporated in 1929, with the old Sloatsburg Union Free School established in 1870 in operation until 1943, when the Sloatsburg Elementary School opened in its present location. Continue Reading
Posted on 10 April 2017 by Editor
Busy at work through all sorts of weather, the group of Michael Bruno buildings in Sloatsburg, NY, are fast taking shape as his resolute construction crew bangs away … getting things ready for a possible late spring/early summer opening.
Many have remarked on the busy construction activity in Sloatsburg’s village center, a very visible sign of economic activity that has people talking. Tuxedo, New York, resident Michael Bruno has staked claims in both Sloatsburg and Tuxedo and hopes to a create a constellation of inter-related businesses that cultivate the corridor as a unique destination to visit. Continue Reading
Posted on 03 April 2017 by Editor
The tortuous trail of Sloatsburg’s dirt pile debacle continues. Mayor Carl Wright has scheduled a Thursday, April 6, Public Meeting at Village Hall at 7 p.m. that have Rockland County Sewer District #1 officials attempt to answer residents questions. Continue Reading