LEGAL NOTICES for January 26, 2012

LEGAL NOTICE THE CIRCUIT ROSE, LLC, a domestic LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 01/11/2012. Office location: Putnam County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 104 Misty Hills Lane, Carmel, NY 10512. Reg Agent: Jessica Cinquanta, 104 Misty Hills Lane, Carmel, NY 10512. […]

Bicentennial Celebration Kicks Off

If Putnam’s Bicentennial Ball was any indication, the remainder of 2012 will be truly special across Putnam County. More than 300 people crowded into the Villa Barone in Mahopac Saturday evening for the official kick-off of the county’s 200th birthday celebration— a year that will feature a parade, street fair and fireworks display on June 9 and the opening of […]

Whipple Foundation Gets Important New Backing

Preserving the history and greenways of Putnam County is getting some new, high-powered backing with the formation of a new board to expand the efforts of the Whipple Foundation. The new Board of Trustees will help guide the Whipple Foundation for the Preservation of Putnam County Antiquities and Greenways, said Meredith Ann Whipple, the foundation’s president. In announcing the new […]

Odell Taps New Highway Chief

Fred Pena is the new keeper of the 117 miles of county-owned roads in Putnam. By a vote of 7-0-2 Monday (Legislators Vincent Tamagna and Dini LoBue were absent), the Putnam Legislature confirmed the appointment of County Executive MaryEllen Odell naming Pena as the county’s Commissioner of Highways and Facilities—the first attorneyprofessional engineer to serve in that capacity in county […]

Cuomo Road Show is Light on Details

A visit by New York State DOT Commissioner Joan McDonald sponsored by the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce was tabbed as an opportunity for local residents to learn about specific projects earmarked for Putnam County contained in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $132.5 billion budget proposal announced earlier in the week. Yet when McDonald, who was appointed commissioner last February, arrived with […]

Four Cop Cruisers Smashed on 84

Putnam’s first substantial snowfall of 2012 was disastrous for the New York State Police. Last Saturday, four troop cars sustained varying amounts of damage and one trooper wound up in the hospital following a series of crashes along the interstate near Exit 19 in Southeast during the height of the snow. Sgt. Ted Daley of the Brewster State Police said […]

Home Is Where The Help Is

Within the next five years, Putnam County will experience a 70 percent growth rate of residents over the age of 60 with one out of every four county residents being eligible for Social Security. Office for the Aging officials reported last week the county’s over- 85-year old population will also double, necessitating a variety of housing options for seniors. One […]

Architects of Diplomacy

Celebrating Putnam’s Bicentennial Year in 2012

From The Chamber

Two hundred years ago, a swath of land in the lower Hudson Valley was separated from Dutchess County and given its own name, Putnam, in honor of one of the valiant generals who helped the fledgling United States win its independence from Great Britain. Just six days later the two nations were again at war, but Putnam County was on […]

Brewster-Based Group Hopes To Rebuild Haiti

One Small House, a Brewster-based organization, wants to do its part in rebuilding earthquake ravaged Haiti and will be sending three teams to the Caribbean nation next month where a 7 magnitude quake killed an estimated 300,000 men, women and children two years ago. The group has been building homes in rural Mexico for the past decade. Team leader Dave […]