The race for town supervisor is starting to shape up for registered Democrats in New Paltz. Mid-Hudson News reports that the New Paltz Democratic caucus will take place August 23. In the past it's been held at the high school, so I'm guessing they'll try for that location again.
Once again, the local Democratic party committee is apparently opting not to back the party member who is already in office. In the spirit of "what's old is what's new," they will be supporting former supervisor and current county legislator Susan Zimet for the job over incumbent Toni Hokanson.
I don't know who else will be trying to get the party nod, but here's a tip: be prepared to bring a couple hundred of your registered Democratic friends to secure any nomination from the party. You can be sure that both Zimet and Hokanson will.