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Who are once practiced face identification with Buxtank
Is literally falling into disrepair
I’m tired of people using these homes as crack dens and then the town just slapping yellow tape up and letting them fall apart
But I’m very sorry to also say that I also hate more so these city morons coming here and hiking our taxes up to the point of eviction…
You care less about this part of NY and more about your wallets… you fix up the town with a halo and finish it up by growing horns and kicking “lower income” citizens out… I wish I could afford a Victorian home on grand street or anywhere in newburgh because I actually care for this town… but I cant because once miss mink and mr miser move in from the city my taxes move up with them…
And I’m sick of it
Fix this town up but stay in nyc because I’d like to continue living where I am and not give up my home to the cityots… 😡
The American String Quartet will present a concert on Sunday, March 10, at 3PM at St. George’s Church, 105 Grand Street in Newburgh. Adults: $25, Students: $5.
The quartet will perform Bartók’s Third String Quartet, and with Cynthia Phelps on viola, Mozart’s Viola Quintet in D Major, and finally Brahms’ Viola Quintet in G Major. Cynthia Phelps is the principal violist of the New York Philharmonic.
Email just8155 at gmail
My wife and I have been looking to purchase a home in Newburgh for the last few months but have been unsuccessful. If anyone knows anyone looking to sell, please email me at just8155 at gmail.
Much appreciated! Would love to be part of this community!
Now Leasing – New Apartments in the City of Newburgh!
1-, 2- and 3-Bedrooms.
For more information call 845-784-1150.
Applications available on our website: http://www.safe-harbors.org/the-cornerstone/application-for-east-end-apartments/
Hello Newburgh Restoration Community!
I’m heading to Newburgh in early October from Los Angeles, and looking for a short term sublet while I get settled and figure things out and look for a permanent residence.
I’m a chef. Moving to Newburgh from Los Angeles.
Looking for a private, temporary furnished space. Maybe for a couple of months while I get settled and move my belongings from CA.
I’m very quiet, private, clean and responsible/headache free.
I’m also open to a permanent situation if I find the right place. Once settled, I’ll be looking for a private residence with outdoor space.
I’d appreciate any leads and/or advice.
I’m looking for a bicycling group that meets up maybe once a week for rides in the Newburgh area. Moderate to semi-quick pace.
The park will open to the public at 4pm with music and food. We will end the night at sunset.
Bernie’s campaign reps will be there signing people up for canvassing this weekend. This is one of the most important reasons to attend!
There are our confirmed speakers for now:
Donna Waterman from Bernie’s campaign
James Cromwell, noted actor and environmentalist
Diana Hird for Congress, running for congress in District 18
Pavlina Tcherneva, professor at Bard studying income inequality
Sandy Oxford, Latina representing the Working Families Party
Jonathan Bix, Executive Director of Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson
Michael Ciaravino, city manager of the City of Newburgh
Torrance Harvey, city councilman for City of Newburgh
Owen Fraser, local teacher and activist
John O’Malley, CWA 1120 representative
Sandra Kissam, longtime local environmental activist
Gabrielle Hill, local fast food restaurant manager
Joe Alvarez, local anti-violence activist with We Are Newburgh
Marlon Ramos, local latino organizer and activist
Sal Montes, latino political leader
Decora will be our DJ and will be playing music interspersed with speakers from 4-6. The rally will go from 6pm until sunset.
We will have food trucks from Nimai’s Bliss Kitchen, Roadies Diner, and Pippy’s Hotdog Truck
Resist AIM Pipeline will have a table with information.
Donate Life of Orange Co will be doing voter registration
We will also be inviting all those affected by gun violence in Newburgh up onto the stage for a memorial service at the end of the night. Local resident Omari Shakur will invite the families up.
The exact location is The People’s Waterfront, 1 Washington Street, Newburgh, NY, 12550. Its a large 7 acre open field next to Gully’s in Newburgh.
For those coming from Beacon, please try to take the ferry across. The last ferry back is at 8:20pm. If you live in Newburgh, please walk if you can. If you are driving, there will be limited parking in the lots down at the waterfront. There is also free parking along Water Street. There is additional parking up the hill in the city and on Broadway.
After the night is over, we hope you will head to Newburgh Brewing Company, Ms. Fairfax, or any of the great restaurants down on the waterfront.
Newly renovated house for rent in Newburgh, NY – Available immediately. It is a two story brick building located at 103 Washington Street right around the corner from Washington Headquarters, cafes and restaurants. At a walkable distance from the Newburgh-Beacon Ferry
-2 bedrooms + 1 Office/Studio Room
(The second floor bedroom has an adjacent room ideal for a child or a small office)
– 2 Bathrooms (Half Bathroom on the first floor)
– Spacious Kitchen and Dining Room with great light.
– Large Backyard (Completely bare but great for a gardening project)
– Brand new appliances and heating system.
$1200 per month + utilities
Open to short terms.
Please leave a voicemail or text with name and phone number if interested!
787 644 9608
Be a part of Revitalization!!!
Two- 2 bedroom apartments located directly across from Atlas Studios in historic Newburgh.
Call for details
$900 + Utilies
Stacie R Laskin
NYS Licensed Real Estate Broker
107 Liberty St
Newburgh NY 12550