When lifetime Gardiner resident Doris Colucci passed away at the end of 2010, the family asked that donations be made to the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail Association.
This issue marks the third anniversary of The Gardiner Gazette and, no, we didn’t think we’d get this far either.
In Part One, former Gardiner resident and experienced climber Louise Trancynger discovered the now-fabled climbing cliffs at the Gunks, but also discovered that since the 1940s they had been controlled with military precision by elite members of the Appalachian Mountain Club, known as the “Appies”.
Election day is Tuesday, November 8th. We urge every resident to register and vote.
For the past two years the Wallkill Valley Land Trust has sponsored a one-morning Eastern Box Turtle survey at the home of Anne and Ray Smith on Forest Glen Road.
A brief word from the Editorial Committee at the Gardiner Gazette
Candidates were asked to respond to the following question in a maximum of 150 words. Responses were not edited: “What do you hope to achieve in the coming term?”
The Gardiner Republican Party chose not to provide a party platform, but the Gardiner Democrats have a lot to show and say.
This year, the Gardiner Republican Party chose neither to supply a party platform, nor to nominate candidates at the local level.
It has been brought to our attention that portions of the article, Under the Radar: Development and Community Input in Gardiner in the Spring issue of the Gazette were not up to the Gazette’s usual standard of impartial journalism.