Altamont

Less than a year after the Altamont Board of Trustees approved the rezoning of 107-109 Helderberg Ave. so that Stewart’s could expand its Altamont Boulevard shop, the village board will again take up the rezone request. 

Wendy Stasinchak says that track work taking place right behind her Mountaindale Court home has caused rats to migrate from beneath the old Delaware and Hudson Railway line and into four Mountaindale Court townhomes.

ALTAMONT — Citing a lack of support from the village of Altamont as well as time constraints, the citizens’ group Historic Altamont Inc. on Monday said that it would no longer seek a state grant that may have covered the entire cost of restoring the historic — and dilapidated — Dr.

Crounse house

Dormant and deteriorating for decades, the Crounse House was, again, close to be demolished before a group of citizens stepped in to ask for one more shot to save the house

At a special meeting, the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously  overturned a decision made by the village’s building inspector on Stewart’s proposed Altamont Boulevard project. Zoning-board member Kathryn Provencher was part of the unanimous decision, two weeks after Stewart’s Shops had asked that she recuse herself because, the company said, she was biased against the proposed project.

On Sunday, the Fasulos' brought an old horse-trailer that they turned into a bar to the Homefront cafe and decked it out in Americana.

A request for an interpretation as to what the proposed Stewart’s project on Altamont Boulevard should be designated as — a convenience store or a gasoline service station — was left unanswered by the Altamont Zoning Board at its monthly meeting due to an out-of-left-field request made by Stewart’s.  

ALTAMONT — Hans K. Kappel of Altamont — described by his family as a devoted dad and grandpa — died in his sleep of natural causes at Our Lady of Mercy Life Center on Thursday, April 18, 2019, following hospitalization for a sepsis infection. He was 87.

ALTAMONT — A small group of Altamont residents is suing the village’s board of trustees as well as Stewart’s Shops, seeking to overturn a zoning change approved by the village board, in a split vote, las

 Stewart’s Shops was before the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals

Stewart’s Shops continues to move forward in its attempt to build a new store at 1001 Altamont Blvd. Last week, the company presented to the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals its proposal for five area variances; the board in turn set a public hearing for May 14.

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