KLT Events 2013

*July, 2013 – The Rail Trail Committee organizes two major events: a clean-up on the Kingston Point Rail Trail, and a city-wide summit to launch the new Kingston Greenline concept and help coordinate regional efforts to build-out a world-class trail network in Ulster County. Click here to learn more about the Kingston Greenline.

*June, 2013 – The KLT and the Rail Trail Committee finish a branding study, conducted by Raleigh Green, which results in the creation of the Kingston Greenline concept and vision.The final presentation from Raleigh Green is available by clicking here.

*May, 2013 – The City of Kingston and the Trolley Museum of New York agree to terms that free up a portion of the U&D railroad corridor for the KLT to pursue the creation of the Kingston Point Rail Trail.

The KLT receives a grant from the Land Trust Alliance to conduct a survey of the City-owned property.

*April, 2013 – Alta Planning + Design completes feasibility study for the proposed Kingston Point Rail Trail. The study was funded by the City of Kingston, through a CDBG allocation, with matching funds provided by the Hudson River Valley Greenway. Click here to download a copy of the final report.

The Kingston Land Trust Rail Trail Committee organized a cleanup of the Kingston Point Rail Trail as part of Kingston Clean Sweep presented by the Friends of Historic Kingston and Kingston Parks and Recreation Department.

*January, 2013- The Kingston Land Trust Hosted a Jazz Mixer at the Stockade Tavern in Kingston, NY.  World renowned bassist Tony Levin and his brother, accomplished pianist Pete Levin perform.