General News

First Durst Meeting held; second on March 17th

The Durst Corporation came to Pine Plains on February 24th to give us a powerpoint on the new proposal for the Carvel Development. Highlights include land conservancy, an affordable housing fund, and the creation of numerous jobs in building and maintenance. Comments by the public are being accepted at supervisor@pineplains-ny.gov and will be included in a report to the Dursts which they will address at the next meeting on March 17th at 10:30am at the Community Center. See more Highlights under Town Supervisor Updates.

Seasonal Help Wanted

SUMMER SEASONAL HELP WANTED

The Town of Pine Plains is accepting applications for Recreation Assistants, Lifeguards, Head Lifeguard, Assistant Camp Director, Camp Counselors and a Swim Instructor with WSI certification. Applications and a copy of the job descriptions are available at the Town Hall or on our website at www.pineplainsny.org. Completed applications may be dropped off at the Town Hall or mailed to Pine Plains Recreation Dept., Town of Pine Plains, P.O. Box 955, Pine Plains, NY 12567. Deadline for applications is March 30, 2018.

Winter Walkers

 

Too snowy, icy, cold? Come inside the Community Room to walk away the winter blues.
Pine Plains Town Hall is opening the CR above library for

WINTER WALKERS

Every Tuesday and Thursday morning, starting Feb 20 thru March 29, 2018
7:45 – 9:15 a.m. Just drop in

Town-wide Informational Meetings on Durst Project

There will be 2 meetings with Durst Project representatives and town attorney Warren Replansky on February 24th 10am-12pm and March 17th 10:30am-12:30pm at the Community Center. The February meeting will be a presentation on the Project. Comments and questions that result from that meeting will be addressed at the March meeting.

Pine Plains Has a New Town Board

The regular monthly meeting at Town Hall, on Thursday, January 18th, included a reorganization meeting. We now have two new Town Board members, Rory Chase and Matt Zick. They join continuing members, Sarah Jones and Don Bartles. We also have a new Town Supervisor, Darrah Cloud. She was elected chairperson of the Town Board at the reorganization meeting.

Pine Plains Memorial Hall Project

Published on Sep 24, 2015, by Brian Keeler

The Pine Plains Memorial Hall Project is dedicated to the renovation and repurposing of the 100 year old Memorial Hall into a world class performing arts/community center in northeast Dutchess County New York. Our website is www.ppmemorialhall.org.