Kingston’s Stockade District is a place where history and heritage are still very much a part of everyday life. Yet all too often I zoom around Uptown Kingston on a mission – Catskill Art Supply for markers, the remarkable Bop to Tottom for a gift, and Hannaford’s for groceries. On these days, I barely notice the rich abundance of history interwoven with the modern amenities of any modern residential neighborhood.

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"I was born in East Kingston 64 years ago and remember the now Hudson Landing site when it was a brickyard, a clay bank and a cement plant. Now AVR wants to transform the abandoned site into homes, condos and nature trails, increasing our tax base and helping to revitalize our city. We need this project!"

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