The Millerton News - September 6, 2018

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Recorded sales in Pine Plains from March through May

3019 Church Street in the center of Pine Plains is a 3 unit, fully occupied investment property built in the 1860’s which sold for $410,000 on April 3.

Christine Bates

PINE PLAINS — Real estate sales in the early spring season in Pine Plains were sluggish with only six sales recorded over three months and not one ready to move-in traditional single-family residence.

Four small parcels of vacant land were sold, one mobile home, and one multi-family structure in the center of town. There is an abundance of large parcels of vacant land currently on the market with eight listed for over $1,000,000. In contrast there are four single family homes listed for under $500,000.

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Millbrook approves plan
to create new apartments

MILLBROOK — An application to renovate the second floor of the Reardon-Briggs Hardware store on Franklin Avenue to create new apartments was approved unanimously by the Planning Board at their regular meeting on Monday, July 8.

The second floor of the hardware store presently offers two apartments standing adjacent to underutilized space that owner Dawn Carolei intends to renovate, gutting the second floor and creating one two-bedroom apartment and one single-bedroom apartment.

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NEML welcomes new director of youth services

Naomi Schmidt

Rhiannon Leo-Jameson

The NorthEast-Millerton Library bid a fond farewell on Tuesday, July 9 to Youth Services Director Lynn Buckley while welcoming her replacement, Naomi Schmidt.

No stranger to the world of young ones enjoying their library time, Schmidt spent five years as the director of children’s programming at the Meekins Library in Williamsburg, Massachusetts.

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Sheriff’s Report

Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office Harlem Valley area activity report from 7-04 through 7-10.

7/04 — Deputies responded to the Dollar General at 31 Route 22 in the Town of Pawling for a welfare check of a male nodding off in a vehicle, called in to DC911 as a possible overdose. Patrol made contact with the male inside the Dollar General and determined him to be an employee, who was simply taking his break in his vehicle.

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