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Mark Wildonger
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Beacon TOD
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Gold Aug 15, 2009.

Soccer - Saturday and Sunday
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig Seaman Jul 16, 2009.

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Beacon Re-Imagined

This Saturday (@5pm), come check out Beacon Re-Imagined at Scenic Hudson's River Center at Long Dock in Beacon. Mark Wildonger, of Scenic Hudson, will be discussing the emerging trail network in the Hudson Valley - including the Beacon Loop Trail and the Hudson Fjord Trail.

Posted on June 13, 2013 at 9:11am

New Main St. pavement markings for bicyclists

This was meant to be posted on the City's website, but it is currently experiencing some technical difficulties:

On Sunday, April 28, 2013 contractors will be installing new pavement markings, called “sharrows” on Main Street.  Sharrows, a representation of a bicycle with two chevrons above it, are a symbol to indicate that motor vehicles and bicycles are to share the lane.  The purpose is steer bicyclists to the safer section of the road (in the center of the sharrow and away…


Posted on April 26, 2013 at 2:21pm — 1 Comment

University Settlement Camp input needed

I just wanted to help advertise the public meetings (June 3 and June 17) for the University Settlement Camp master planning process. This will be a great opportunity for everyone to provide input on how this 50 acre gateway to the city can be a civic and recreational asset for the community and visitors.

More information can be found at -

Posted on May 21, 2009 at 9:12am — 2 Comments

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