Hiking book name: "50 Hikes in the Lower Hudson Valley, Second Edition (2008)" by Stella Green and H. Neil Zimmerman; The Countryman Press, Woodstock, Vt., $16
What do Audubon magazine, National Geographic and The New York Times travel section have in common?
TIMES HERALD RECORD: May 19, 2008
LIVINGSTON MANOR — Boarded-up buildings have turned into vibrant mom-and-pop shops. Crumbling roadsides have been replaced by smooth sidewalks lined with streetlights, cherry trees and park benches. The shadowy corners where drug dealers loitered and sold cocaine are now well lit and safe for pedestrians.
SOMETIME in the last couple of months, the price of gasoline crossed a line. It’s not just that gas is now hovering around the dreaded $4 a gallon. It’s that an unconscious expense has become a painfully conscious one.
City’s Drinking Water Gets Good Grades in New Report
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Sullivan lawmakers get a lesson in gas drilling
RIVER REPORTER May 15, 2008
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“We’ve got to slow this train down.”
Catskill Park master plan revised
ALBANY – The Catskill Park State Land Master Plan, first developed in 1985, has been revised and the state wants public comment on it.
The plan classifies Forest Preserve lands in the park based on their physical character and capacity to accommodate human use based on four land classifications – wilderness, wild forest, intensive use and administration.