Gardiner is a surprising town; one never knows what might lie around the next corner.
This issue marks the third anniversary of The Gardiner Gazette and, no, we didn’t think we’d get this far either.
If you have an emergency and call 911, the skill and rapid deployment of our first responders will mean little if they can’t locate your home.
On any given weekend you can find the beef, pork, chicken and eggs from Brookside Farm at six different farm markets throughout the Hudson Valley.
On November 8th, 2011 voters in Gardiner elected their town government for the next two years.
Plans for the Gardiner Dog Park behind our Town Hall are well underway.
Small towns usually have difficulty filling volunteer jobs, and Gardiner has been no exception.
Jennifer and Ben Munger are the owners of the Gardiner based business Wildlife Busters.
When our first Home Energy Report arrived in the mail I was shocked. It showed that we were using 16% more energy than our neighbors!
The Gardiner Town Board authorized the sale of the property with the old house on it at the corner of Steve’s Lane and Dusinberre Road and advertised for bids in early November, 2011
Nu-Cavu has a bar seating area, a charming formal dining room and, in warmer weather, an open patio.