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January 2024 Andes Gazette pdf

1 January 2024 Andes Gazette

MIKE O’TOOLE PROPOSES PUBLIC ACCESS ANDES RADIO STATION ZONING REVISIONS COMMITTEE PRESENTS UPDATE ON THEIR WORK–January 2024

Bud and Peter Ames reported that the Kiosk on Main Street is being updated with MTC Wi-Fi coverage and a new map of the area. Available will be a QR code that links current active businesses and enterprises and their actual hours of operation through the newly consolidated town website under a new .gov address.

NEW OWNERS OF TWO OLD TARTS APPLY TO OPEN BISTRO AND WINE BAR MINOR BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT ON MAIN STREET PROPOSED –January 2024

NEW OWNERS OF TWO OLD TARTS APPLY TO OPEN BISTRO AND WINE BAR  MINOR BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT ON MAIN STREET PROPOSED --January 2024

  Nicole Bassis, chef, and Regul Koopman, a recently relocated NYC couple, have bought the Two Old Tarts restaurant building on Lee Lane just behind the Tin Horn building on Main Street in the Hamlet. They submitted preliminary details of a bistro, wine bar and café where Ms. Bassis, with her 15 years of experience as both caterer and private chef in NYC, will be in charge of the kitchen

FROM DINGLE HILL: THE RELEASE OF “MASONVILLE”–January 2024

FROM DINGLE HILL: THE RELEASE OF “MASONVILLE”--January 2024

  Michael carefully removes the lid and steps back.

   It takes a moment for the eagle to orient herself and get her bearings. Then she makes a decision, flaps a few graceful beats and lifts off the ground. She heads northeast and disappears behind the treeline.

SWEEPING CHANGES–January 2024

SWEEPING CHANGES--January 2024

It was a miracle! Somehow most of the snow had turned to powder! I have never seen it do that before. I got out one of my trusty brooms (I keep one at each doorway as well as the one for inside) and started sweeping.

A SUBTLE NEW EXPERIENCE–2024

   A subtle but lovely new experience— I can only imagine delivered by a warming planet. This morning I was greeted by a hundred silky spider threads hanging from a tree, each gently blowing in the wind and covered with snowflakes.