We are excited to debut a new video that share the rich history of the Irondale Schoolhouse, including its restoration and relocation to the center of the village of Millerton.
The village of Millerton has reopened the composting toilets located in the center of the village and on the Harlem Valley Rail Trail, near the Irondale Schoolhouse. Please remember to wear your mask or face covering at all times and while using the facilities.
The toilets will be open every morning until the fall season. They are locked at dusk for the evening and reopened after they have been cleaned in the mornings.
If you have any questions regarding this facility, email email@example.com or call the Village Hall at 518-789-4489.
Thanks to Townscape, the Irondale Schoolhouse is decked out for the Holiday Season.
Conceived by Jeanne Vanecko and installed by John Crawford, David Shapiro & Donald Najdek.
Thank you for a job well done.
By: Gabriel Napoleon
Members of the public, as well as representatives from the village, town and state governments, gathered at 16 Main St. on Saturday, Oct. 18, for the Irondale Schoolhouse dedication ceremony.
The Board of the Friends of the Irondale Schoolhouse, led by Ralph Fedele, center, was joined by members of Millerton, North East and state governments to cut the ribbon at the building’s dedication ceremony, Saturday, Oct. 10. New York State Assembly member Didi Barrett (D-106), second in from the left, held the ribbon for North East Supervisor John Merwin with schoolhouse board member Cathy Fenn, second in from the right. Photo by Gabriel Napoleon
Read the full story in this week’s Millerton News or online at http://
Photo by Gabriel Napoleon.