While researching and planning for the birthday of Addison Gardiner, I discovered a very interesting piece of information about a former Gardiner Town Supervisor.
Whatever I had was mild enough that I knew I was not going to die, even if it was COVID-19, and it was getting better as days went by.
While many Gardiner businesses have shuttered, there are still local places available to us.
So, here’s an idea; if all of Gardiner stops mowing for six weeks after the 4th of July each year, Pine Bush may suddenly have a cicada killer problem.
For the past few years, around Valentine’s Day, Lucky C has hosted a campaign to support local first responders.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, town employees may not physically be “at Town Hall,” but we are still working from our homes, which was not as easy to set up as it sounds.
We are, once again, a little thin on editorial staff, and we need your help.
Most of us realize that the internet is an amazing resource, and thanks to one family that put in a whole lot of time and effort, The Gardiner Gazette is now part of that resource.
If you live within 20 miles of Gardiner, Mountain View Floor Covering was always only a short drive away. We will miss Mountain View Floor Covering, and especially the chance to do business with our good neighbor, Mario Milano.