Category Archives: On The Waterfront: newburgh News

Liberty Street Film Series 2017

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  What a wonderful surprise! We just learned of something that will immediately goes into the “why didn’t we think of that sooner” file: a free-to-the-public film series with the Hudson as the backdrop. It… Read More

A visit with Newburgh’s Councilman Torrance Harvey

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  Introduction Torrance Harvey, councilman for the city of Newburgh, N.Y., is an affable gentleman with a demeanor that seems both surprised and sincere. Surprised, because when you listen to him unpack his life story,… Read More

Get your calendars out for Newburgh Illuminated June 18, 2016!

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Over the last few years, the Newburgh Illuminated Festival has gained momentum and emerged as a highlight event for Newburgh that kicks off summer and attracts many hundreds of people both local and from the… Read More

Lead paint removal class for remodelers

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Are you a tradesperson involved in: Carpentry Painting Plumbing Electrical contracting Maintenance personnel Property Manager The EPA  ruled that contractors and individuals who renovate, paint, or repair and potentially disrupt the atmosphere with activities that… Read More

Columbia Graduate Students and a reimagined Newburgh

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Columbia University Graduate Students in the school’s Urban Design Studio, are architects enrolled in a program which weaves together the disciplines of architecture and urban design. Using cities as real life labs regionality, history, and… Read More

On The Waterfront: Small Business Loans

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(NEW YORK)  Excelsior Growth Fund (EGF), a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution formed by New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC) to address underserved markets and to implement targeted programs that address the needs of low-income… Read More