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taft_st_-_hippy_bus_l_400Rosendale NY - This former rough & tumble mining town used to supply New York City with cement during the 1800's. A link between Rosendale and NYC has existed ever since as visitors, weekenders, and future residents flow back & forth from the city. What's the draw of Rosendale NY? Beauty for one; Main Street Rosendale resembles a movie set, with old-fashioned storefronts & a classic movie theatre, and mountains looming overhead. Culture is another; a thriving community exists in Rosendale NY where residents & local business owners work hand in hand to improve, maintain, and promote this Ulster County NY town. Right now the Rosendale NY real estate market is heating up! So be sure to work with a knowledgeable real estate agent who knows the town and can

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Sign on Burn BanPublic officials have initiated an annual burn ban for the entire Ulster County NY area. The ban is in effect from March 15th through May 15th and it prohibits open burning of any kind. What does this mean for residents of Ulster County? Burning tree branches, logs, and other forms of dead wood (including, "brush") is normally allowed in Ulster County, as are campfires and bonfires. However, from March 15th - May 15th open burning of any kind is strictly prohibited due to an increased risk of unintended wildfires. History has shown that this particular time period is when the region is most at risk. Many don't realize that open burning is the single greatest cause of wildfires in New York State. People who live in Ulster County undoubtedly remember a 2008

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Though it may look pretty bad, Ulster County will recover. As expected, Hurricane Irene caused extensive flooding, power outages and knocked down many trees. Ulster County officials are still assessing the extent of the damage, but all it takes is a short drive around the neighborhood for the impact of Irene on some Ulster County homes to become painfully apparent. However in spite of the destruction, the general feeling is that we were prepared and have fared well. Innovations like social media rose to the occasion and assumed an important role in providing a means for communication amidst a blackout. Our area has proven to be resourceful enough to withstand what County Executive Michael Hein called, “The worst natural disaster in Ulster County’s

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