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Today, May 10, at the Shaver Hollow cemetery, I said last goodbyes to my friend Delores. She was a happy person, robust and young at heart. We were friends, which meant as much to me as the store does.
Andrew Didio presented a client’s proposal regarding 391 Little Dingle Hill Road. They wish to build a septic system to service a new guest house on their property. This system would be a “hold and haul” system, as the hillside of the sector next to the guest house has a steep pitch that would not accommodate a leach field system.
Privilege of the Floor: Chris Caiazza presented a proposal to allow all terrain vehicles (ATVs) legal access to drive on town roads. They are a club of ATV users and feel regulating ATV road privileges will be a safer alternative to current unregulated road use. The Town Board will check with their attorney and discuss the matter for further review. No decision was made regarding the proposal.
FROM DINGLE HILL: HOW MUCH OF THE WORLD AM I WILLING TO SACRIFICE TO DO A “GREEN” THING? – June 2023
I was planning to write about the pair of chickadees I saw, mating about 3 feet in front of me…then my plan changed. An article I saw in the Washington Post this morning stopped me cold.
The Hunting Tavern Museum is open every Saturday from 11-4 pm. Please join us for Patrice Lorenz’s show of her paintings inspired by the writings of John Burroughs, Roxbury-born naturalist. The Parthenia Davis Gift Shop is open also, with selections of Burroughs writings, as well as books on the Anti-Rent War, NYC Reservoirs and local history.