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About Cottekill

Cottekill in New York can be found in the 12419 zip code or postal code and is the kind of place you come to and relax. Leave the day-to-day stresses of live behind. Discover your Cottekill, discover your happy place.

Where is Cottekill

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Cottekill Real Estate

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Cottekill is a small hamlet in the northwest part of the Town of Rosendale, Ulster county, New York in the United States. Located in the Rondout Valley, it is approximately 2.25 miles east of the hamlet of Stone Ridge, 2.5 miles northwest of Rosendale Village, 8.75 miles south of the city of Kingston and 10.9 miles north of the village of New Paltz. As of 2014, the population was listed at 451. It features a Post Office (12419) and its own fire department. The Brookside School, a private school for children with developmental disabilities is located here as well as the Sustainable Living Resource Center, a project of Sustainable Hudson Valley. SUNY Ulster, a Community College, is nearby in Stone Ridge. There is also the Marbletown-Rosendale Rail Trail, curving along the old New York, Ontario and Western Railway tracks, paralleling Lucas Avenue. It starts at Leggett Road, crosses the Cottekill Creek on a wooden footbridge and travels north to Cottekill Road, past the Cottekill Fire House. It continues north from the firehouse, along the O & W path, crosses Marcott Road and comes out on Route 209.
  • Posted on Monday May 21, 2018
    KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Average retail gasoline prices in New York have risen 5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.03 per gallon Sunday. This compares with the national average, which has increased 4.3 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.92, according to gasoline price website Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday May 21, 2018
    HYDE PARK, N.Y. >> A free rabies vaccination clinic for pets will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 26, at the Dutchess County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 636 Violet Ave.Through a partnership with the Dutchess County Department of Behavioral & Community Health, county residents can get rabies shots free of charge for their dogs, cats, and domestic ferrets, three months of age and older. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday May 21, 2018
    HAINES FALLS, N.Y. >> The Mountain Top Historical Society will host a hike to Tory Fort on Saturday, May 26.The hike, led by Rick Brooks, will meet at 9 a.m. at the Mountain Top Historical Society Visitor Center, 5132 Route 23A, for what is considered an easy hike. Participants will travel through abandoned agricultural fields, through a few different forest types, explore the former Holtz Railroad and its associated mill, and experience the Canda Creek. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday May 21, 2018
    KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Ulster County Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum has received the endorsement of the county Independence Party in his bid for re-election.The endorsement, announced at an event in Uptown Kingston, was received from Ulster County party Chairman Len Bernardo, with the authority of the state Executive Committee, according to a press release. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday May 21, 2018
    KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County offers a free family nutrition, cooking and food budgeting program for limited income families with children.The program is available all year. A group meets every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m.; join any time. The group meets at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County offices at Kingston Plaza, 232 Plaza Road. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. >> The Town Board on June 7 will take comment on the preferred breadth of environmental review of the three solar arrays proposed for a site off state Route 32.The session is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. at Town Hall, 1 Town Hall Drive.The Landau Solar project proposed by Cypress Creek Renewables calls for the installations to be placed on three sections of a 190. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    KINGSTON, N.Y. >> City lawmakers could renew a license agreement with Kingston Point BMX Association for a one-year period or opt to issue a request for proposals to seek a new deal.The agreement with Kingston Point BMX Association for use of city-owned land on Delaware Avenue was raised during a meeting of the Common Council's Laws and Rules Committee on Wednesday. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> Graduates of the Class of 2018 at SUNY New Paltz on Sunday were encouraged to preserve democracy by not buying into fake news coming from an apparent Russian propaganda campaign.James Ottaway Jr., president of Ottaway Newspapers, raised the urgency during his commencement address, saying there is a responsibility for people to avoid taking a shallow approach when reviewing information that comes by way of social media. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Jason Marlow dreams of reviving sail-powered freight transport along the Hudson River, a tradition that lasted for more than two centuries. It was a time when goods of all kinds were transported up and down the river in one-mast sloops and two-sail schooners. Marlow said that revival will start later this year with the schooner the Apollonia, which he co-owns and is based in Hudson, N. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    NEW YORK >> Following a statewide search, with more than 20 candidates, Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro, currently Dutchess County executive, announced Sunday that he had selected Julie Killian, a former deputy mayor of the city of Rye in Westchester County and a recent state Senate candidate, to run with him as lieutenant governor. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    The following items are based on information provided by officials in law enforcement and the criminal justice system.Catskill . Weapons: Timothy M. Baldwin, 57, of Catskill, was arrested by state police at Catskill at 6:35 p.m. Saturday at 55 Castle Road on charges of criminal possession of a weapon, a felony; menacing and reckless endangerment, both misdemeanors; and trespass, a violation. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    MAY 22: Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce mixer, 5-7 p.m., Wiltwyck Golf Club, 404 Steward Lane, town of Ulster. Free for chamber members and prospective members. Reservations required at bit.ly/2FyNMbk or (845) 338-5100.MAY 25: Ribbon-cutting ceremony, noon, Pine Ridge Dude Ranch, 30 Cherrytown Road, Kerhonkson. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    Ulster CountyMonday. Ulster County Trails Advisory Committee, 6 p.m., Legislative Chamber, sixth floor, Ulster County Office Building, 244 Fair St., Kingston. Tuesday. Climate Smart Committee, 7 p.m., Karen L. Binder Library, sixth floor, Ulster County Office Building.Wednesday. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    FREEMAN FILE PHOTOIn this photo taken Aug. 27, 1976, the newly finished Phoenicia Bridge is about to handle its first vehicle as workmen remove the last of the barriers on the 255-foot span over the Esopus. A contemporary account said the new bridge became necessary when a driver the year before tried to take an 11 1/2-foot truck across the old bridge, which had a nine-foot entrance. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018
    The Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley will honor Meredith W. Briggs, of Saugerties, N.Y., and Joshua Mackey, of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., for their professional history of "expertly guiding their clients through complex estate and tax planning concerns, and fulfilling their philanthropic goals . Continue Reading »