Mid-Hudson Cable will air a recording of the community workshop held at Shiloh Baptist Church in Hudson on June 3 about the potential move of the Department of Social Services out of that city. The recording, by Dan Udell, will air at 8 p.m. tonight, and on Monday, June 29 and Monday, July 6 on the cable provider’s Ch. 11 public access channel, according to a press release from Linda Mussmann of TSL and the Bottom Line Party. Hudson Mayor Richard Scalera, Supervisor Ed Cross (D-Hudson2), Supervisor Bill Hughes (D-Hudson4), Supervisor Roy Brown (R-Germantown), Supervisor Joe Finn (D-Hudson3), Supervisor Bart Delaney (R-Hudson5), and Columbia County Public Works Commissioner Dave Robinson appear at the workshop. Mussmann also has created a web site about the move, http://dsswatch.blogspot.com, will help organize a protest rally at 6:30 p.m. before the next Board of Supervisors meeting will be Wednesday, July 8 at 7:30 p.m….A public hearing on the revised Ancram Comprehensive Plan will take place tonight at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall, according to ccScoop. This is the second public hearing after 40-50 comments earlier this year….The Kinderhook Democrats choose their slate for this fall’s election, according to The Register-Star, with incumbent Natalie Kolb, Town Justice; newcomer Todd DiGrigoli, Town Board; incumbent John Ruchel, Highway Superintendent; newcomer Helen Schneider, Town Board And incumbent Doug McGivney for Town Supervisor.
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