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Tuxedo holds Public Workshop on Tuxedo Farms

Posted on 05 March 2017 by Editor

The Related Companies continues to grade and make infrasctructure improvements on the Tuxedo Farms, which looks to develop vacation and residential homes between Tuxedo and Sloatsburg, NY.

The Related Co. continues to grade and make infrastructure improvements on the Tuxedo Farms property — the development’s first phase will build vacation and residential homes between Tuxedo and Sloatsburg, NY. The photo shows work on the Tuxedo Farms main entranceway on Route 17.

The view of the mountaintop can be seen from all around Sloatsburg. A large swath of brown amid trees along the southeastern face of mountain between the Village of Tuxedo Park and Village of Sloatsburg. Continue Reading

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Historic Women’s March Shows First Amendment in Action

Posted on 22 January 2017 by Editor

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Tuxedo, NY resident Sue Scher, originally from Brooklyn, attended the Women’s March in NYC with old friends from her Camp Kinderland days, a camp in Tolland, MA founded in 1923 by Jewish activists as a retreat for children from the tenements of NYC.

Saturday morning in Sloatsburg started off foggy from unseasonable muggy weather, but a small group of area women were already on their way to Manhattan to merge with others traveling into the city from across the Hudson Valley, and beyond. The first thing people saw upon arriving in the city were others streaming in from subway stops and buses, and plenty of colorful signs on display.

The day in the city turned out to be one for the history books, as similar mass marches of men and women took place across the country. Continue Reading

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Michael Bruno’s Tuxedo Hudson Co. wins Mid-Hudson Economic Development grant for Sloatsburg/Tuxedo revitalization effort

Posted on 21 December 2016 by Editor

The Tuxedo Hudson Company was recently awarded a $750,000 Mid-Hudson Economic Development grant for its proposed Tuxedo/Sloatsburg revitalization effort that includes demolishing the old Tuxedo Inn building and a complete renovation of the former IGA into office space and a restaurant.

The Tuxedo Hudson Company was recently awarded a $750,000 Mid-Hudson Economic Development Council grant for its proposed Tuxedo/Sloatsburg revitalization effort that includes demolishing the old Tuxedo Inn building and a complete renovation of the former IGA into office space and a restaurant.

Sometimes progress can appear in the smaller details. This holiday season Sloatsburg and Tuxedo have vibrant light displays along Route 17 going through the center of the communities. Tuxedo’s old IGA building (now undergoing a complete makeover) is especially decorated, all compliments of the Tuxedo Hudson Company. Continue Reading

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Tuxedo Meeting on Pilgrim Pipelines

Posted on 28 November 2016 by Editor

Proposed route of the Pilgrim Pipelines through the Town of Tuxedo which will run through sensitive wetlands along the Ramapo River. Click map to enlarge.

Proposed route of the Pilgrim Pipelines through the Town of Tuxedo which will run through sensitive wetlands along the Ramapo River. Click map to enlarge.

The effort to head off the 178 mile proposed Pilgrim Pipelines have galvanized New York and New Jersey communities both large and small. Pilgrim Holdings, LLC, a closely held company with institutional back for the pipeline project, is planning to use NYS Thruway right-of-way for 79% of the double pipeline construction. The rest of the land will run through parcels of private and other community property. Continue Reading

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The French Resistance Cafe Effort Gets Underway in Sloatsburg

Posted on 30 June 2016 by Editor

THC SloatsburgWith freshly painted white horse fencing in place and extensive work being done on the property, the conversion of Sloatsburg’s historical Waldron property is underway. Continue Reading

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Tuxedo-Harriman Shuttle Kicks Off Season Saturday with Pop-Up Party

Posted on 18 May 2016 by Editor

The Harriman Yellow Shuttle Bus is another step toward making the Tuxedo/Sloatsburg corridor at gateway to Harriman State Park. The effort, led by Suzy Allman of MyHarriman, also partners with A Better Tuxedo and the Tuxedo Chamber of Commerce.

The Harriman Yellow Shuttle Bus is another step toward making the Tuxedo/Sloatsburg corridor at gateway to Harriman State Park. The shuttle kicks off another season starting Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22, and costs $5 per ride.

The yellow bus that is the Tuxedo-Harriman shuttle rides again. Continue Reading

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Good stuff is going fast at BackHome Antiques in Tuxedo

Posted on 27 February 2016 by Editor

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BackHome Antiques in Tuxedo has a deal for you. The popular shop is liquidating a great collection of collectibles and cool things. Open Saturday and Sunday through April 3.

BackHome Antiques was bustling Saturday afternoon as word spread that the fun intersection of art and community was reducing inventory to zero. Continue Reading

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Sloatsburg Sewer Work Continues

Posted on 25 January 2016 by Editor

Another section of Sloatsburg sewer work is set to get underway as the Western Ramapo Sewer Extension Project rolls through the Village.

Rockland County Sewer District No. 1 will host a public informational meeting for Sloatsburg residents on Tuesday, February 2, at 7 p.m. at the Sloatsburg Municipal Building Fire Hall. The meeting will focus on the upcoming district sewer contract that includes Overlook Drive, Eagle Valley Road, Johnsontown Road, Hamilton Avenue, St. Joan Place, and grinder pumps. Continue Reading

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Tuxedo Supervisor Mike Rost Delivers Sobering Fiscal News

Posted on 23 November 2015 by Editor

The Tuxedo Town Council recently voted to adopt its 2016 budget. The good news is that the town’s administration has finally gotten to the heart of the money matters — a combination of an apparently incompetent auditor that helped produce a conga line of uninformed fiscal decisions by the municipality over time.

The bad news is that the average Tuxedo homeowner will see a property tax increase in 2016 of between $365 to $389.

There will not be any Genting gifts to bail the Town out this year. Continue Reading

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Tuxedo Lady Tornadoes Have Winning Volleyball Season

Posted on 19 November 2015 by Editor

The Tuxedo Lady Tornadoes showed spirit and capped a winning season with a gritty showing in the Section 9 Class D Volleyball Finals in early November. 

Emily Dowling of the George Baker High School Tornadoes goes up high for a block in recent tournament play. The Lady Tornadoes finished the year with a winning season.

Emily Dowling of the George Baker High School Lady Tornadoes Vollyball team goes up high for a block in recent tournament play. The Lady Tornadoes finished the year with a winning season.

After taking the OCIAA Division III volleyball title, the George Baker HS girls team then beat Webutuck in three sets on November 6 for their first Sectional Semifinal Game at the Mount Saint Mary College tournament.

Next for Tuxedo was Pine Plains. The Tornadoes gave up a distinct height advantage, more so when senior outside hitter Emma Meore left the court due to a health issue.

Tuxedo girls were game and fought Pine Plains in the sectional games to near ties, losing in four tough sets 3-1: 23-25, 25-22, 25-22 and 25-18.

Coach Michelle Hines praised the team’s tenacious tournament play.

“We are so proud of these girls,” Hines said. “They never gave up. They fought until the very end. This is what Tuxedo is all about.”

George F. Baker High School Principal Jason Schrammel said the team serves as an inspiration to all Tuxedo students.

“This team’s work ethic is an example for all of our students,” Schrammel said.

“Tuxedo consistently demonstrates its ability to excel with dedication and perseverance. Our team’s Division III volleyball title (the 1st since 2003), and advancement to Class D finals, shows this school can hold its own against other schools in sports.”

Article contributed by Nancy Kris via FocusMediaUSA.com.

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