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I have two black baxton studio wassily style leather and chrome chairs. Selling them for an elderly friend who can no longer get in and out of them. Retail on these is 250-300 each. They are in good condition, some scratches and minor rust. $80 each or $150 for pair. I had a dealer friend from town come and look at them for his own use and they were too large for his needs but he said they were in good condition and fairly priced. Local pickup and cash only. Source: philipstown.info
Osborne Will Challenge Scuccimarra May 16, 2015. Shea and Montgomery also seek Nov. re-election. By Kevin E. Foley. Democrat Lithgow Osborne, an unsuccessful candidate for Putnam County clerk last November, will run this coming November for the seat representing Philipstown (and some parts of Putnam Valley) in the Putnam County Legislature. Barbara Scuccimarra is the Republican incumbent legislator expected to run for re-election. She has not, however, announced her candidacy. Osborne will be running along with fellow Democrats Richard Shea, the incumbent Philipstown supervisor, and incumbent Town Councilwoman Nancy Montgomery, both seeking re-election to their current posts. Robert Flaherty, just appointed to a Town Board seat (vacated by Cold Spring Mayor Dave Merandy) will round out the local Democratic ticket in seeking a full term of his own. The Philipstown Democrats announced their ticket in a statement after a meeting of the Putnam County Democratic Committee last Monday night at the Kent, New York, volunteer firehouse. So far no other Republicans or other party candidates have announced a challenge to the Democrats, who hold all the seats on the Philipstown Town Board. “We look forward to future opportunities to hear from Philipstown voters about their concerns and ideas for the future,” said Osborne. “Philipstown deserves representation in the legislature that will actively fight for the issues that matter to our community,” he added. The Osborne and Scuccimarra matchup, if it happens, will likely be the most hotly contested race. Scuccimarra won her seat nearly three years ago over a not well-known Democrat, Stephen Rosario, in a presidential election year that brought out a significantly higher voter turnout than off-year elections typically do. Nevertheless, 3,000 people... In 2011, however, Scuccimarra lost her Philipstown Town Board seat in a year both major parties ran candidate slates as the Democrats are planning this year. It remains to be seen if Republicans can put together a slate and a robust campaign. Although Osborne lost his very uphill county clerk race against long-serving deputy clerk Michael Bartolotti, from the heavily Republican and far more populated eastern end of the county, he beat Bartolotti in Philipstown. Source: philipstown.info
Marnie’s Asian Kitchen to Go May 16, 2015. Fresh Asian takeout offered twice weekly at St. Mary’s. By Alison Rooney. Inveterate travelers Marnie Henricksson and her former husband spent years roaming in Japan and Southeast Asia. Using a six-tatami-mat apartment “in a small town a subway ride outside of Tokyo” as a base, Henricksson spent a year there teaching English as a means of supporting her wanderlust. It was there, in a tiny space equipped with little more than a hot pot and a rice cooker, that Henricksson discovered the “fabulous markets, from which I learned to cook. I’m from Minnesota,” she said, “and I grew up with canned vegetables and that whole era, so this was just amazing to me. ”. Cut to decades later, and Henricksson, who, along the way, opened and ran a very successful pan-Asian restaurant in New... She has just established “Marnie’s Asian Kitchen to Go” at Cold Spring’s St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall, as kind of a regular pop-up, open Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 5 to 8 p. m. with a changing selection of Henricksson’s... “The food is my take on these dishes, not completely authentic, but my style of fresh Asian food, in a friendly little place,” Henricksson said. She added that she uses “lots of citrus: lemon and lime juice, garlic and ingredients, for example collards, not typically found in Asian kitchens, but fresh and available here. It’s very much a work in progress due to the newness of the concept and execution. Henricksson intends to offer four dishes each week (the same menu will apply to both Tuesdays and Wednesdays but will change weekly): three entrées and one vegetable, derived from Chinese, Thai, Burmese, Filipino, Japanese, Malaysian and Indian... Usually, one of the entrées will be a stir-fry and another something “assembled. ” The first selections will be tried and true favorites from her restaurants. Mary’s opened for the first time Tuesday, May 12. the initial offerings included sesame noodles with chicken breast, cucumber and snap peas for $10, or vegetables-only for $8. a Thai beef salad for $10, without beef $5. a Southeast Asian sauté of... Source: philipstown.info
I have two black baxton studio wassily style leather and chrome chairs. Selling them for an elderly friend who can no longer get in and out of them. Retail on these is 250-300 each.They are in good condition, some scratches and minor rust. $80 each or
Democrat Lithgow Osborne, an unsuccessful candidate for Putnam County clerk last November, will run this coming November for the seat representing Philipstown (and some parts of Putnam Valley) in the Putnam County Legislature. Barbara Scuccimarra is
Inveterate travelers Marnie Henricksson and her former husband spent years roaming in Japan and Southeast Asia. Using a six-tatami-mat apartment “in a small town a subway ride outside of Tokyo” as a base, Henricksson spent a year there teaching English
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