LEGAL NOTICES for December 29, 2011



LEGAL NOTICE A regular meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Patterson in the County of Putnam, State of New York, was held at the Patterson Town Hall, 1142 Route 311, Patterson, New York on December 14, 2011 PRESENT: Michael Griffin, Supervisor, Councilwoman Ginny Nacerino, Councilman Kevin Burns, Councilman Edward O’Connor ABSENT: Councilman Joseph Capasso In the Matter […]

It’s Auld Lang Syne for Bird & Bottle Inn



Elaine Margolies, pictured above right, has put the renowned watering hole and restaurant the Bird & Bottle Inn up for sale. It was known for an eclectic menu, extensive and authoritative wine list, and lodging. Hudson Valley legend and lore cont… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content. Username Password Remember […]

In the End, Hayworth Supports Senate Compromise on Payroll Tax Cut



New York freshmen Tom Reed and Nan Hayworth review the House and Senate versions of legislation to extend the payroll tax holiday. In the end, the Republican House, hammered by bad publicity, adopted the compromise Senate version. Reed and Hayworth h… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Woman Who Sent Package to Sen. Ball Shot by Cops



Greg Ball The woman accused of sending a suspicious package with an anti-Semitic message to State Sen. Greg Ball has been shot to death by police in Marietta, Georgia. Jameela Barnette, 53, of Marietta, was slapped with federal charges last month for… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Sales Tax Revenue Climbs

Economic Upturn?

Putnam’s sales tax revenue is up by four percent for the year with the December holiday spending period still to be counted. Commissioner of Finance William Carlin told Tuesday’s meeting of the Legislature’s Audit and Administratio… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Putnam Records Second Lowest Rate Of Unemployment In NYS



Putnam County has one of the lowest rates of unemployment in all of New York State. The New York State Labor Department reported last week Putnam’s rate of unemployment for November was 6.1 percent, or the second lowest rate statewide. The sca… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Animal Hoarding Brings Charges



A Mahopac woman is facing charges of child endangerment as well as animal cruelty for allegedly boarding 17 cats in her Wood Street home in unsanitary conditions. The Putnam County SPCA reported the arrest of the unidentified woman Tuesday after off… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

CAP Distributes More Than 4,500 Gifts For The Holidays

Christmas spirit abounds to bring gifts to needy

Volunteer Claudia Willis (left) of Mahopac assists Judy Callahan at the CAP office in Brewster on Christmas Eve. Business was booming at the CAP office on Main Street in Brewster in the hours before Christmas as a small army of volunteers joined Comm… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Putnam Lake Brothers, ‘Grinches,’ Said to Steal Tips



Two brothers from Putnam Lake face larceny and conspiracy charges when appearing in Patterson Town Court next week for allegedly stealing holiday money gifts left out by homeowners for sanitation workers. The Sheriff’s Department arrested Gust… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Kelsey Loves The Courier



Kelsey Pratt “reads” her copy of the Courier last week when it arrived in the mail. Kelsey loves the Courier. Each Thursday when the mailman delivers the paper to the Stu and Jane Pratt residence in Kent, the first member of the household… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.


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