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closed 206988 Muyal Bahlam

As of the summer of 2014 the campground is still under construction. There are fences along 299 and at least a few buildings and roads being built.

10 months ago 7 days ago
closed 206983 Muyal Bahlam

Google et al. show Heddens Lake as still being there but it was drained years ago after a property dispute. So I've put in a small pool by the dam with the name so a search will find it and traced the course of the Mara Kill along its former bed.

10 months ago 3 months ago
closed 57059 nfgusedautoparts

Hilldale or Hillsdale?

over 1 year ago 4 months ago
open 312147 Muyal Bahlam

As of April 2015 Sam's Point Preserve will reopen as part of Minnewaska State Park.

http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/newyork/placesweprotect/easternnewyork/wherewework/eastern-sams-point-preserve.xml

4 months ago 4 months ago
open 312137 Muyal Bahlam

Planned construction of the new science building in this area through January 2017.

http://www.newpaltz.edu/construction/view.php?id=204

4 months ago 4 months ago
closed 206992 Muyal Bahlam

Overlook under construction as of summer 2014.

10 months ago 8 months ago
closed 206990 Muyal Bahlam

Overlook under construction as of summer 2014.

10 months ago 8 months ago
closed 96593

like here

over 1 year ago 10 months ago
closed 175854 Gryphius

Pollepel Island needs to be tagged so that it shows up as an island when rendered.

12 months ago 10 months ago
open 206986 Muyal Bahlam

The runways and all but one taxiway of the former Galeville Army Air Field/Wallkill Auxilliary Army Air Field #2/Wallkill Airport/Galeville Airport/Ulster County Airport (and probably more names) were removed in 2011/2012 (at a cost of approximately $800,000). The area is now the Wallkill Grasslands Reserve. The remaining taxiway is shown as a one. I traced in the outlines of the runways and taxiways so they wouldn't be lost. They are lines/ways with just notes as to what they are so they won't render on the map. Hopefully these may be of historical interest some day.

10 months ago 10 months ago

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