This Week in The Villages: Outdoor summertime tunes continue to ring this week when a veritable rock ‘n roll juke box, George Romano takes the stage in South Nyack. Bridge work will take place this week near the Rockland landing. And closer to home, there will be sewer scuttling–and not just by rats.
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This Week in The Villages: By now it has the ring of a lyric you can’t get out of your head: “The TZ Vista project is again on the agenda at a special Planning Board meeting.” (Okay, it ain’t Dylan or Mann or RZA. But yes, more TZ Vista planning this week.) And more music for your ears: Clarkstown gets a historic property, Nita Lowey fights for Meals on Wheels, and the New NY bridge westbound span is all aglow. There’s also Tuesday night music in Memorial Park, a free outdoor movie on Wed and NO PARKING on Main Street for Thursday’s Classic Car Night.
This Week in The Villages: will offer a bit of everyone’s favorite extracurriculars: music, sports and TZ Vista. The Music on the Hudson Series continues this week. There will be a pickleball primer (no pickles involved). And the TZ Vista project is on the agenda at the Planning Board meeting; the project is in the final stages of environmental review.
This Week in The Villages: It’s the halfway mark of a four day weekend. There are July 4th fireworks in Nyack on Tuesday. And there were fireworks in Albany last week when the new Tappan Zee Bridge got a new name.
This Week in The Villages: Government officials want to hear what you have to say about being on the river and when you should be allowed to cross it without a car. TZx service is coming to Sundays beginning this summer. And what to do if you meet a coyote.
This Week in The Villages: You have two chances to talk back this week. On Tuesday, provide input on Nyack’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program at a public workshop. Then, give your input on the New NY Bridge’s Pedestrian/Bicyclist Shared Use Path. Also, there’s a new Farmers Market in town: pick up produce, honey and pickles on Thursdays in Nyack and Saturdays in Clarkstown.
This Week in The Villages: There was ample time for reflection and celebration in Nyack this weekend. First, there was the annual Firefighter’s Memorial Service. Then there was Pride Sunday, a joyous opportunity to celebrate the LGBTQ community. Attn Nyack area parents: registration for Camp Nyack is now open. Listen to this: the 2017 Mostly Music concert schedule is now set. Clarkstown looks to the skies for its latest crime-fighting device.
This Week in The Villages: The new bridge has milestones for your eyes and your ears.
In Orangetown, there will be a public meeting of the Architecture and Community Appearance Board of Review with the Project Sycamore Data Center on the agenda.
Plastic bags may no longer be used for pickup of Rockland County recyclables.
This Week in The Villages: Today is Memorial Day, commemorated by 11 events in and near Nyack that honor Americans who lost their lives while serving in the armed forces.
Because Monday is a holiday, trash pick up in the Village of Nyack will move to Tues May 30.
Nyack Hospital holds another informational meeting for the public on their proposed expansion on Tuesday; the annual African American Day Parade and Festival is Saturday; and Nyack Center’s Men’s Cooking event is Sunday.
Here’s a list of Memorial Day events across Rockland County:
Last week, Nyack, Upper Grandview and Valley Cottage residents approved their 2017-18 Nyack School District Budget and selected three candidates from a field of five to serve on the board of education.
South Nyack received a feasibility study that considers several scenarios for repurposing NYS Thruway Exit 10.