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Wappinger Town Board Approves Much Needed Street Lighting at Dangerous Shamrock Hills Drive and Old Hopewell Road Corner

***Supervisor Richard L. Thurston, Councilman Christopher Phillips, and Wappinger Town Board Approve Much Needed Street Lighting at Dangerous Shamrock Hills Drive and Old Hopewell Road Corner***   During the January 11, 2021 Re-Organization Meeting of the Wappinger Town Board, Resolution 2021-30 was unanimously approved to authorize Central Hudson to erect two street lights at the…

Wappinger Town partners with Fareground Inc. to offer a “Mini Food Pantry” at Wappinger Town Hall for residents in need

The Town of Wappinger is very excited to offer a mini food pantry for our residents who are in need at Wappinger Town Hall. Supervisor Richard L. Thurston, County Legislator Joseph D. Cavaccini, and the rest of Wappinger Town Government are proud to partner with a local organization, Fareground, Inc. The “mini food pantry” boasts…

Wappinger Town Board Votes to Authorize Funding to Build Two Brand New Playgrounds For Quiet Acres Park and Rockingham Park

Supervisor Richard L. Thurston, Councilman Christopher Phillips, Councilman Al Casella, the Department of Parks & Recreation, and the rest of the Wappinger Town Government are excited to announce the installment of TWO brand new playgrounds coming soon to Quiet Acres Park and Rockingham Park. During the July 13th, 2020 Regular Meeting of the Town of…

Flags to be flown at half-staff at the Memorial Plaza of Wappinger Town Hall in memory of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick

Today, Supervisor Richard L. Thurston, in full cooperation of the Wappinger Town Board, directed flags to be flown at half-staff at the Memorial Plaza of Wappinger Town Hall in memory of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick. Officer Sicknick was killed in the line of duty during the riots inside of the United States Capitol…