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60th New York Infantry (Company I Marker)

The 60th New York Infantry served as members of Greene’s Brigade in Geary’s Division of the Twelfth Corps, Army of the Potomac. The regiment is honored by a monument and a company marker. 54 more words

60th New York Infantry

The 60th New York Infantry served as members of Greene’s Brigade in Geary’s Division of the Twelfth Corps, Army of the Potomac. The regiment is honored by a monument and a company marker. 181 more words

No Fee Ft. Greene Doorman 1 BR with lot of features $2,500


A great Brooklyn No Fee apartment. The Doorman will welcome both you and your dog into your centrally air conditions palace in the sky. Everything is new. 70 more words

Greene Supervisors Deny Auto Shop SUP Amendment

By. Brent Wilson, Field Officer

In their first July meeting, the Greene County Board of Supervisors denied a special use permit request that if approved would have amended an existing special use permit the terms of which are not currently being met. 990 more words

Board Of Supervisors

No Fee Studio in Ft. Greene | Large, Beautiful $2,400


Click to see the photos! This wonderful No Fee Studio in a New Doorman Building has tons of wonderful features; Concierge, Sun Deck, Fitness Club, Yoga/Pilates Studio, Rec Room, Billiards Table, Resident Lounge, Granite Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances including Dishwasher and Microwave, Track lighting, Marble bath, Zen Garden, Picnic area, BBQ Grills, Garage, and Optional Maid Service. 23 more words

Graham Greene & Sherlock Holmes

Graham Greene’s private library contains various Victorian detective works. Of particular interest to Greene is the definitive Victorian detective, rather, the definitive detective, Sherlock Holmes. Greene possessed at least one copy of each case Holmes undertook with friend and biographer Dr. 725 more words

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Greene County Awards Reassessment Bid

By Brent Wilson, Field Officer

Greene County reassesses property values every two years and it is scheduled to happen again this fall. Two vendors  provided quotations… 315 more words

Greene County