The Supreme Court of Dutchess County recently issued a judgment eliminating the “reverter clause” that had been attached to the title of the Thorne Building in Millbrook. While the title has been with the Village since the late 1800s, the clause stipulated that if the Village ever stopped using [...]
Rod Brown, the Mayor of the Village of Millbrook, recently called for a public hearing on Saturday, March 16 at 2pm in the Village Hall to discuss the plan to revitalize the Thorne Building. Prior to the meeting, he had announced that the Board of the Village had voted 3-2 to approve the [...]
In December 2018, an action was commenced in Supreme Court, Dutchess County, for a judgment determining that title to the Thorne Building property is free of any claim of interest of the so-called “reverter”, or any other adverse claim. The “reverter” language [...]
I write now to provide an update about all the activities that have occurred related to the Thorne Building since I last wrote you in late July. The Thorne Building Community Center(TBCC) has been legally established as a 501c3 (not for profit) entity. Oakleigh Thorne continues to do all that [...]
Several weeks ago, the Planning Committee of the Thorne Building Community Center held an all-day meeting. The purpose of the meeting was two-fold. First, it was to hear a report from Carole Martin, the consultant, about the information that she and members of the committee had gathered from [...]
Two Visits: Millerton and Great Barrington Having been urged by Carole Martin, our consultant, to visit other organizations that seek to provide programs and services to their communities, the Planning Committee made two such visits. The first was to the North East Community Center in [...]
PRESS RELEASE April 23, 2018 Millbrook, New York Contact person: Charles E. Pierce, Jr. email@example.com 845-266-3505 Since its last meeting in mid-December 2017, the Planning Committee of the Thorne Building Community Center has been engaged in gathering information from the greater [...]
The first public hearing was held on October 10, 2017. Consultant Carole Martin facilitated the evening. The community attendees met in small discussion groups and voiced their hopes for the future uses of the Thorne Building. Read the results of the community input and session one outcomes.