Sponsored by Boys & Girls Club of Town of Wallkill at Bubba's BBQ, chamber members free, non-members $10. RSVP by 7/20: 845/791-4200., ext. 302.
4-day program w/ music, crafts, Bible stories & snacks for Kindergarten through grade 5 at Reformed Presbyterian Church, 6/30-7/3, 10am-12noon. RSVP: 845/583-7082.
As promised, James Bacon, an attorney representing property owners in the neighborhood called Beechwood, produced a letter from a title company that said that a five-foot boundary created during a land dispute back in the 1930s cannot legally be breached. Read more
Reformed Presbyterian Church, 4:30-6:30pm, ½ chicken $9, ¼ chicken $7. Take-out avail. Advance tickets: 845/583-7082.
Cobalt Studios, festivities 5:30pm, ceremony 7pm. 845/583-7025.
James Bacon explained the meaning of a negative reciprocal easement. He said it’s just a fancy term to say that if you buy property in a community with deed restrictions, such as no businesses, no clotheslines or whatever the restriction might be, you must abide by those covenants, and every owner of a lot in the community has a right to enforce those covenants against everyone else. Read more
Created to aid teachers in their dramatic painting activities at Cobalt Studios. $150 application fee, $800 tuition, $250 room & board. 845/583-7025.
Everybody who has addressed the issue had agreed that the town needs better cell phone service and, by extension, more cell towers, but there have disagreements about how far the town can or should go in regulating them. Read more
Bethel lawmakers had intended to take a vote on a new cell tower ordinance two weeks ago. But after a resident brought up examples of other cell tower laws, the board agreed to put the vote off to consider changes to the proposed ordinance. Read more
Does running 200 miles over the course of a couple of days sound like fun? What if you do it with 11 friends? For those who love to run, team relay running is an activity that has apparently been growing rapidly over the past six years. Read more