RETTEW elects Allison to firm's board of directors

LANCASTER, Pa. – The shareholders of RETTEW Associates, Inc., recently elected Robert W. Allison Sr., PLS, to the firm’s board of directors.
“On behalf of the shareholders at RETTEW, I congratulate Rob and thank him for his willingness to serve on our board,” said George W. Rettew Jr., board chairman and CEO, RETTEW.

April workshop on berry growing set in Hamden

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County will host a morning workshop for beginner berry growers on Friday April 11, 9 a.m. to noon at the Delaware County Resource Center in Hamden.

Stamford supervisor weighs in on wind turbine issue

Thirty-four wind turbines 410 feet in height proposed between Stamford and Grand Gorge

By Julia Green
Mike Triolo’s first term as the Town of Stamford Supervisor comes at a time when a very public and hotly contested issue is on the minds of most, if not all, residents of his town. And yet Triolo says that, despite the controversy of the topic, the wind turbine debate wasn’t the deciding factor in his decision to run for public office.

Middletown reassessment project is subject at rescheduled meeting

A public meeting to discuss the Town of Middletown property assessment update has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 2 at 7 p.m. at the town hall on Route 28, Margaretville.
The meeting was originally set for March 12, but had to be postponed due to the tragic fire at neighboring Brookside Hardware that left roads closed and many properties without electricity.

Frost Valley offers the great outdoors and inner peace at Women's Weekend

The sixth annual Women’s Wellness Weekend at Frost Valley YMCA in Claryville from April 4 to 6 offers a unique opportunity for women of all ages to visit this historic YMCA Camp to relax and enjoy a variety of workshops while taking in the serenity of a pristine mountain setting.

State trims Belleayre trail plans; many disappointed with switch

By Jay Braman Jr.
For what may be the first time, opponents and supporters of the proposed Belleayre Resort have something in common. Key players from both sides are disappointed over the news that the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), which operates Belleayre Mountain Ski Center, has dropped a major element, three miles of new trails on the eastern side, known as the Cathedral Glen section of the mountain, from the highly-publicized $45 million expansion plan for the facility.

DEC releases final plan for Belleayre Resort review

By Jay Braman Jr.
The much-anticipated final scoping document for the environmental reviews of two major development projects on the western edge of Ulster County, one a private plan for a resort complex and the other a public plan to expand the state-owned Belleayre Mountain Ski Center and attach it to the resort, has been released.

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