Thursday, October 23, 2014

Letter published in Southern Dutchess

Great job by Fishkill Town historian Willa Skinner. Who was able to recognize the work of patriot Samuel Loudon. Loudon, was a newspaper man who published the NY Packet during the American Revolution. He also printed the first 2000 copies of the NYS Constitution in Fishkill. In a article, by this paper. A Fishkill resident is quoted that this was a “delayed recognition.” This is not true. In 1929, the Melzingah Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution recognized his importance. With a marker based in stone near the same area as the new marker.

Over the years as development engulfed Fishkill. The original marker went “missing.” This is not the first time a marker that documented Fishkill’s history was dishonored. Sometime during the 1970’s. The monument that identified the Revolution War Burial Ground. Was moved from the Rt. 9 Van Wyck corner, to the Van Wyck homestead north of the site. A few decades later a gas station was built on that hallowed ground.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Councilman Curry resigns

He resigned at the 10/15/14 town board meeting.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Fishkill Taken off States Fiscal Stress list

The 67% tax increase in the last 2 years had allowed Fishkill to be taken off the states Fiscal Stress list.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Spay & Neuter for Cats Set for Sept. 25 in Fishkill

Fishkill Cares for Cats will be held at the Town of Fishkill Town Hall, 807 Route 52, on Thursday, Sept. 25. For more, visit or call 845-489-2378.

Pro Wrestling in Fishkill November 15th

Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat Set For Joint Appearances For Big time Wrestling 
Posted by Larry Csonka on 09.18.2014 


- Big Time Wrestling announced today that Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat will be making joint appearances at The MassMutual Center in Springfield, MA on November 14th and Fishkill Recreation Center in Fishkill, NY on November 15th. Fans can meet the legends and take a photo with both. Full details in the press release below…


Monday, August 25, 2014

GAP staying in Fishkill and expanding

Today Governor Cuomo announced that the GAP in Fishkill will be expanding not moving. It will also create up to 1200 jobs and invest $96 million.

Circle M cleanup begins

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The remediation is under the state’s Brownfield Cleanup Program with cleanup by Chelsea Waterfront Development, LLC with oversight by the state Department of Environmental Conservation.