Gardiner’s 2019 local election was unusual in that, at town level, all candidates ran unopposed.
You’ve heard the saying that behind every great man there is a great woman; well, in this case behind our great library there are Gardiner’s remarkable residents.
Remember the Mark Fried article on Asa Barton’s old house? What about the house that Susan Eckhardt and Johannes Knoops bought? Read on for details.
If you call 911 from Gardiner, your call is received by an Emergency Services Dispatcher in a small brick building atop Golden Hill Lane in Kingston.
From the desk of Supervisor Carl Zatz, here are the issues at Gardiner Town Hall these days …
In the past couple of years, however, the process of beautifying and developing Main Street has pretty much ground to a halt. Why this standstill? What can we do to get it going again? Why even bother?
From the desk of Supervisor Carl Zatz, here are the issues at Gardiner Town Hall these days.
The Parks and Rec Commission’s imagination and passion make possible the creation of places where people want to be and enhance community life for all Gardiner residents.
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.
Residents of Gardiner have long been almost unanimous in their desire for better cell service, with debate about the construction of a cell tower focused on its location.