Haverstraw (Again) Ordered to Pay Huge Monies in CondemnationProceedings

Haverstraw (Again) Ordered to Pay Huge Monies in CondemnationProceedings

By Joel Grossbarth A little over a year after the Village of Haverstraw was ordered by an appeals court to pay almost $8 million dollars to a property owner that the village took land from, that same court has now ordered the village to pay over $1 million to a different property owner and lessee […]

Skoufis Presents Kohut with $250k Grant for Haverstraw Roads

Skoufis Presents Kohut with $250k Grant for Haverstraw Roads

Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) recently presented Mayor Michael Kohut with a grant of $250,000 to repair and rehabilitate Hudson Avenue in the Village of Haverstraw. Senator Skoufis secured this funding during the state’s budget negotiations. Senator Skoufis said, “Hudson Avenue and others like it are highly-traveled roads close to the elementary school, community center, […]

Police Promotions and K-9 Chase Remembered

Police Promotions and K-9 Chase Remembered

At the most recent Haverstraw Town Board Meeting, three Police Officers were promoted to Sergeant and one Police Officer was promoted to Detective. Officers William Gould, James McNally and John Neumann were promoted to the rank of Sergeant and Officer Eric Ramos was promoted to the rank of Detective. The Town would like to commend […]

Haverstraw hires new K-9 officer

Haverstraw hires new K-9 officer

The Town of Haverstraw’s new K-9 Police Officer Michael Vigiletti and K-9 dog Karma were presented by Police Chief Peter Murphy at the most recent Town Board Meeting. Karma is 18 months old and was acquired from a K-9 police trainer in Holland. He will be trained for narcotics detection, tracking, article search and criminal […]

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