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  1. City of Poughkeepsie Puts More Funding Into Emergency Rent Relief Program

    Mayor Rob Rolison announced today that more funding is being made available through a COVID-19 Emergency Rent program for low- and moderate-income households struggling through the pandemic. Read on...
  2. City Takes Steps to Make it Easier for People to Gain Access to Public Documents

    The city announced today an online system that will make it much easier for people to gain access to public records. This online, user-friendly portal will improve transparency and efficiency when the public files Freedom of Information requests. Read on...
  3. City of Poughkeepsie Corporation Counsel Ackermann to Leave Position Next Month

    City Officials announced today that city attorney Paul Ackermann will be leaving his position of Corporation Counsel next month, after nearly 14 years of service. Read on...
  4. Mayor Rolison Releases Proposed 2022 Budget

    Mayor announced today that, despite considerable fiscal challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, his 2022 preliminary budget stays under the state’s property tax cap, lowers the tax rate, bolsters youth services and maintains other city services Read on...
  5. Statement by Mayor Rolison on the Passing of Sheriff Adrian ‘Butch’ Anderson

    "Dutchess County Sheriff Adrian ‘Butch’ Anderson served this county with dignity and civility for decades, and he will be long remembered as one of the truly gifted leaders of the Hudson Valley. Read on...
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