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Upper Nyack Elementary School Mourns Loss

Upper Nyack Elementary School lost an incredible art teacher and human being this past week. Dorothy Isenberg passed away. She had been a fixture at Upper Nyack campus for over 20 years. We knew her as Miss Edelstein, and I am grateful that bo...

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New Rules in the Nyack Rental Market

So if life wasn’t complicated enough the Department of State has changed the rules regarding the commission arrangement for landlords and tenants. As of February 5,2020 landlords can no longer require tenants to pay brokerage fees to a broker...

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Thoughts On Getting Your Home in Order

Its always a challenge to get your home in order. This is even more important when you are getting ready to list your home for sale. The last thing you want is for potential buyers to feel is claustrophobic as they wander through the house. Ma...

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Winterizing Tips for Your Home in the Nyacks

As winter takes hold it is important that homeowners prepare for the cold. Fill all the cracks and crevices in your foundation to prevent your home from leaking heat and making your furnace work overtime. You can use spray foam readily availa...

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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

Take heart as winter approaches. Hudson Valley Restaurant week is here. What better way to celebrate the culture of the Hudson Valley than through its myriad restaurants. Mark your calendars - Hudson Valley Restaurant Week runs from 11/4- 11/...

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Cafe at RCC Culinary Arts Center Opens in Nyack

There have been many delays but the cafe at the Rockland Community College Hospitality and Culinary Arts Center in Nyack is now open to the public. The college opened to students on October 22 and a grand opening is scheduled for November 14. ...

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