Spring 2017

As Hudson Valley residents know all too well, while many of the region’s cities are in the midst of resurgence, with New Yorkers flocking to them, while others lag behind. “It’s hard to get things done because money’s tight and politics are changing,” Smiley admits. “But we’re committed to the Hudson Valley. We want it to be recognized not as ‘go see the fall foliage,’ but as a place of industry and good schools—a real place to live.” So, upstaters and downstaters, when it comes to the Hudson Valley’s urban planning, let’s all keep talking—and listening—to each other.

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