The New Bandstand: On June 22nd, a new bandstand gazebo was installed to replace the old wooden one at Majestic Park (see photo at right) and the Gardiner Day Committee has offered to donate funds for lights. The Gardiner Summer Recreation Camp has begun to use the new bandstand, and it is ready for small concerts and events. Water Monitoring Program Begun: The water monitoring program has begun. This program was designed by Supervisor Zatz and the Town Board to…
In the last issue of The Gardiner Gazette, we reported that Patsy Iovieno of Pasquale’s Pizza and Restaurant had acquired the former Hi Ho Home Market at 123 Main Street and, after extensive research with contractors and architects, determined that it would be more cost effective to tear down the old building and rebuild from the ground up.
David has 36 years of experience in painting, carpentry and contracting.
The new owner, Town Supervisor and serial entrepreneur Carl Zatz, envisions a venue where folks can go to the counter, order quality food and sit down at a comfortable table with friends and family, or a newspaper.
Annie O’Neill has been creative in art most of her life. The only variable that has changed over the years is the medium.
Applying for Grants: At a Town Board meeting in January a presentation was made by Glenn Gidaly, a Gardiner resident and professional grant writer. Gidaly covered the basics of how the Town of Gardiner could apply for grants and low cost loans. There is always some town infrastructure that needs financing, like the Clove Road bridge which currently needs rebuilding. Mr. Gidaly emphasized that application for a grant should start a year ahead of the deadline. Most grants require that…
Katie’s equine practice serves a large area, including areas in Orange and Ulster county.