Thursday, January 19, 2012

Recorded live: January 19, 2012 8:14 PM EST Broadway, Kingston, NY on USTREAM

Chatting with Ivan Lajara, Life Editor from The Daily Freeman. LIFE, I WROTE.


(Kingston, NY)  Assemblymember Kevin Cahill (D-Ulster, Dutchess) released the following statement:

“Congressman Maurice Hinchey’s legacy is one of great tenacity, principle and outstanding service to the people he has represented throughout his time in the New York State Assembly and United States House of Representatives.

“During his tenure in Albany, he was responsible for the foundation of New York State’s environmental protection laws, now considered a model for the world.  In Washington, the Congressman developed a well earned reputation as a person who stood strong for his beliefs, often in the face of overwhelming odds.

“I consider Maurice a personal friend and mentor.  I will continue to seek his good advice and counsel.

“I look forward to working with him for the duration of his time in public office. I wish him a long, healthy and prosperous life as a private citizen in the years to come.

“The people of the 101st Assembly and 22nd Congressional Districts have been well served by his activist representation.  I am grateful for all he has done and continues to do for the betterment of our state and nation.”

NEWS RELEASE: January 19, 2012

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Traffic Signals - Stop Sign

Kingston Common Council tuesday night passed a resolution to remove the traffic signals at the intersection of Main & Green st and the Kingston Business Park @ Corporate Dr\ Delaware Ave and replace them with permanent stop signs. ..

Ustream: Recorded live from the monday night caucus, Lawmakers debate over replacing traffic signals with stop signs.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Kingston Now Show 17 Trolly Museum

Uploaded by KingstonNow on Jan 3, 2012

Kingston NOW, Every Wednesday at 11:00PM on WRNN-TV Channel 22. Produced and recorded at Seven21 Media Center.

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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Common Council Re-Organization (Videos)

Mayor's Message - Mayor Shayne Gallo.

State Supreme Court Justice James Gilpatric swearing-in City Clerk Carly Williams, Corporation Counsel Andrew Zweben, Assistant Corporation Counsel Daniel Gartenstein and Mayor Shayne Gallo.

Choir: New Progressive Baptist Church.