06 December

Zoning Board

7:30 pm

The Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Hillsdale will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 at 7:30 PM at the Hillsdale Town Hall to consider an application by Gloria Kemp, Margaret Rosenthaler and the Harlemville Rural Cemetry for an area variance in order to do a lot line adjustment on properties at 1124 County Route 21 and Harlemville Rural Cemetery. All interested parties are invited to attend.

12 December

Planning Board

7:00 pm

Public Notice

A Public Hearing will be held before the Hillsdale Planning Board upon the application of Ellen Zaroff, represented by Dan Russell, concerning a property at 6634 Lockwood Road, Tax ID #134.-1-19. The application is filed for a minor subdivision. The public hearing will take place at 7 PM on Monday, December 12, 2022 at Hillsdale Town Hall. At this time and place, any person determing to be heard may be present.

  • Lot Line Adjustment: Gloria Kemp and Margaret Rosenthaler at 1124 County Route 24 Tax ID #104.-1-2.200 would like to donate .466 of their 3.08 acre property to Harlemville Cemetery
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US Women in Office: Critical Mass vs. Critical Actors

March 30, 2019

Celebrate Women’s History Month by joining us at Roe Jan Community Library for a talk and discussion with Dr. Ellen Boneparth on the difference women make and the significance of the increasing number of women in political office.

In recent years, we’ve often heard about elections as launching the “year of the woman.” Is this hype or are women really changing the U.S. political landscape? When we consider this question, we need to look at two developments. First, are there enough women in office to provide a critical mass that will change the way legislatures function? Second, are newly elected women office holders critical actors ready to make change? If so, what about them makes them different from the past? And, if our 2018 election was, indeed, significant, how and why?

Dr. Boneparth received her PhD from Stanford University and has taught at various instituations including the University of Hawaii, Hilo, where she was also a dean. She was an early pioneer in the study of women in politics and edited one of the first readers in the field. In a second career, she worked as a diplomat in the U.S, Foreign Service and served in Athens, Greece. She now lives in Washington, DC, has written a number of novels, and leads a nonprofit she founded for aid to women in developing countries. She continues to be active in electoral politics.


March 30, 2019
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