Dutchess County is located in New York State on the east side of the Hudson River about halfway between New York City and Albany, with a population of about 250,000. County residents are a mix of exurbanites, who commute to jobs in Westchester County or New York City; high techs, who work at one of the county’s two large IBM complexes, and farmers and gentleman farmers who live in the eastern half of the county.

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