HEADLINES: Woodlands schools go remote, Greenburgh taxes, FEMA center in Middletown

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.

News 12 Staff

Dec 20, 2021, 10:14 AM

Updated 905 days ago

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Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Woodlands Middle and High School will begin remote learning today through Thursday. Superintendent Dr. Linda Iverson says this is due to the number of faculty and staff members who are either in quarantine because of COVID-19 or have tested positive.
Residents and business owners in the town of Greenburgh will soon be paying less in taxes. The town board unanimously approved a budget that, for the third year in a row, contains no tax increase. Supervisor Paul Feiner tells News 12 there is actually a slight cut in taxes this year.
FEMA is opening a Mobile Disaster Recovery Center in Middletown. Staff will be on hand to help residents affected by Hurricane Ida until Thursday. The agency will be there to help get you answers to your disaster-related questions, upload documents and provide referrals to federal and state agencies. The center will be set up at Wallkill Justice Court building A until 5


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