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Cortlandt wind power manufacturing plan killed

The proposal did not generate the community support that was hoped for.

Cortlandt awarded $3.2M from federal funds

The town of Cortlandt has been awarded $3.2 million from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) Assistance to Nuclear Closure Communities...

Municipal PR: Cortlandt and Yonkers launch marketing plans

Cortlandt and Yonkers have embarked on a new marketing campaign to expand existing businesses and attract new ones.

Cortlandt adjourns hearing on Route 202 development until April

“The proposal for the full build-out is too large in my opinion,” Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda D. Puglisi told a packed public hearing as...

Latimer: County sales tax increase won’t hurt mom and pop businesses

County Executive George Latimer said that people don’t make shopping decisions based on small differences in sales tax rates.

Panel addresses transitioning Indian Point’s 950 workers to other jobs

The latest in a series of forums on the closure of Indian Point focused on the future of its workforce beyond the planned 2021 shutdown date.

Life after Indian Point: Cortlandt seeks to replace revenue loss as...

As Indian Point Energy Center prepares to shut down in four years, and take with it a huge chunk of revenue for its surrounding...

Riveredge Trailer Park residents sue Cortlandt to stop evictions

The lawsuit claims that the town wants to evict the tenants so it can convert the property to other commercial uses.

Former Hudson Institute site at center of Cortlandt land use battle

The developer wants to open a luxury hospital for well-heeled people with alcohol and substance abuse disorders.

Task force to address local impact of Indian Point closing

The task force will address employment and property tax impacts of the closing.

Public forum tonight to discuss Indian Point closure

Officials will discuss the economics of the closure, the reclamation of the site, storage of the spent fuel rods and the facility’s safety and security once it is closed.

Ground broken at Cortlandt Crossing

The new development includes a 98,000-square-foot main building and three to four out parcels totaling approximately 32,000 square feet.

Cortlandt completes $2.75 million land purchase from ConEd

The town of Cortlandt completed the $2.75 million purchase of 100 acres of land in the hamlet of Verplanck from Consolidated Edison Inc. The Town...