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SNOW EMERGENCY LIFTED. Effective today (Sunday March 19th) at 4pm, the Snow Emergency in the City of Poughkeepsie will be lifted. Public services will be operating normally on Monday and street parking regulations will be in full force. ... See MoreSee Less

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States of Emergency remain in effect into tomorrow (3/15). The travel ban will be lifted at 4am, but other restrictions including parking changes will remain in effect. City Bus Service and Garbage pickup is canceled for tomorrow (Wednesday 3/15). County Bus Service will be operating, but delays and service reductions should be expected.

City crews will be out all night and tomorrow plowing and clearing the streets. Please stay off the roads if at all possible to give them space to work.

Watch the City and County websites and facebook pages for more details.
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Abandoned Properties

  • Start a land bank
  • Pass abandoned property ordinances
  • Open and fund our Planning and Economic Development department


Waterfront Integration

  • Encourage smart, open, water- and transit- oriented development
  • Start a shuttle to connect Waryas Park, the train station, and Main Street businesses
  • Restart police foot and bike patrols


Smarter Budget

  • Resolve misguided parking policies.
  • Replace unfair sanitation fee/tax.
  • Direct spending towards development that improves residents’ lives.


About Mike

10 year city resident

From an apartment on Main Street to a house on Barclay, Mike understands the kinds of issues plaguing this city.

Team Lead at IBM

Leading a worldwide team to resolve critical client issues, Mike has the experience to break through the bureaucracy of city government.

Policy and Governance at HVFCU

Working with the Policy and Governance Committee at Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, Mike has the kind of experience needed to draft legislation and work with city administration.

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