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Re: 6 Fantastic Swimming Spots in the Hudson Valley   

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An article about the negative impact of over-use and abuse of these natural resources, along with guidelines for a clean and safe visit would be great. What the Chronogram has done is made the problems worse in addition to providing out-of-date information.
Posted by CW

          

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PLEASE STOP POSTING THESE ARTICLES. Year after year tourists come to our beautiful swimming holes and treat them like dumps which forces us to shut them down and then the people who actually live here suffer.
Posted by Izzy Humphrey-Reed

          

Re: 6 Fantastic Swimming Spots in the Hudson Valley   

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Another example how crap Chronogram is. Tone deaf.
Almost all articles are paid content.
Posted by sarah

          

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Please have an article informing the public of the abuse from the visitors of the environment...terrible irresponsible respect for our natural gift. I am surprised at this article with no mention of this gross behavior.
Posted by Kathleen Mcguiness

          

Re: 6 Fantastic Swimming Spots in the Hudson Valley   

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Chronogram has become the Village Voice of the HV. It is time to stop marketing the HV to newcomers and start serving its community.
Posted by Melissa Cohen

          

Re: 6 Fantastic Swimming Spots in the Hudson Valley   

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My comment was deleted??I guess that says it all..thank you. Article should be deleted!!
Posted by Kathleen Mcguiness

          

Re: 6 Fantastic Swimming Spots in the Hudson Valley   

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Unbelievable! Having grown up in this area, I’ve seen so many pristine and majestic spots become trampled and polluted, with articles like this speeding the process.
Posted by Galen

          

In the Hudson Valley: Live Dancers, Real Sweat, Natural Beauty   

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Almost all dance in the United States has gone virtual. But Kaatsbaan will fill the void, hosting its first-ever festival.

          

What Is It Like to Watch Live Dance Again? Amazing   

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Kaatsbaan hosts a welcome summer festival in the Hudson Valley, where nature and dancers join forces to put on a show.

          

A Space for Black Dance Artists to Create in the Hudson Valley   

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New Dance Alliance announces a residency program and its first three recipients: Angie Pittman, Johnnie Cruise Mercer and Leslie Cuyjet.

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