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Citizens have a right to know

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To The Editor:
My name is Fred Woller. Many of you know me; I’ve been a resident on Main Street, Fleischmanns for 25 years. I’ve been a volunteer fireman and an E.M.T. with the Fleischmanns Fire Department. I have been a trustee on the village board for five years, and I have always been there to help out with community projects.


Three answers to letter

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To The Editor:
Having read Mr. Kelly’s recent article in the Catskill Mountain News I would like to say that he should have checked his information before taking pen in hand.


Reagan popularity well deserved

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To The Editor:
In response to John Cerullo’s attempt at history revisionism (Mailbag letter of February 2) it is amazing that Ronald Reagan, the man you have so much obvious pent up animosity towards is the one I’ve recently heard President Obama wanting to emulate!


Lobbyists did their jobs very well

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In 2007 the Bush administration set a goal to reduce U.S. gasoline consumption by 20 percent.

The only two fuels that could be produced domestically above the ground is biodiesel and Ethanol. One comes from soybeans, the other comes from corn.


Public has a right to know about mountain

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My family owns a home in the Catskill Mountains and I grew up in the area. Over the past few years I have been following the Belleayre Mountain saga. Instead of getting better it seems to be getting worse.  


Thriving business can happen here

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Following is a news story from WNYT, Albany Channel 13,  on how good business is in North Creek, primarily due to the state-owned and operated Gore Mountain.
More Gore means more business.


Agrees, disagree on Mailbag points

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Don't use spray along roadways

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To The Editor:
Soon spring will be here. Once again plants will be growing and the Delaware County Department of Public Works will be getting ready to spray herbicide along 92 miles of guide rails on our county roads. 


Misrepresentation by letter writer

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To The Editor:
The letter submitted to the Catskill Mountain News last week by John Cowan was a complete misrepresentation of the actual facts. Mr. Cowan had sold his 650-acre farm in Roses Brook to a neighbor who then put his new property into the Watershed Agricultural Council (WAC) Conservation Easement Program.


Frightening power of water

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