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Jan. 7, 2009: Thank God for Bush administration

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Jan. 7, 2009: It was her time

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Kathy Wilber, our mayor for the last five years, officially resigned for personal reasons as of the November village board meeting. Malcolm Becker, current deputy mayor, has agreed to fill the position of mayor until a new mayor is elected in the spring.


Dec. 30, 2008: Seeking balance in resort information

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I must refute the genuine misunderstandings and/or malicious misinformation about the Belleayre Resort proposal in last week’s paper.


Dec. 30, 2008: We have all been Bushwhacked

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Dec. 30, 2008: Christmas spirit was truly on display

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Dec. 30, 2008: Resort just a big boondoggle

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It seems that the realities of the economy have sunk in to everyone except the Belleayre Resort proponents.
Just as everyone else is reading about projects being halted in midstream as funding dries up, they are still dreaming of a bailout from New York State in the form of money to develop Highmount for mostly their own exclusive use.


Dec. 30, 2008: Generation gap reveals the truth

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I was born before radio, television, penicillin, flue shots, or the pill. There was no radar, credit cards, laser beams, ballpoint pens, computers, TV, dishwashers, clothes dryers, cell phones, frozen foods, or air conditioners and man hadn’t walked on the moon.


Dec. 24, 2008: Hunting in Catskills is a way of life

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I am writing this letter in reference to the article in last week’s issue about banning hunting. This woman doesn’t realize that she happens to live in one of the largest hunting meccas of New York State, the Catskill Mountains.


Dec. 24, 2008: What's at risk in Shandaken politics?

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Dec. 24, 2008: Group seeks a sensible compromise

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In last week’s letter the Public Relations Guru for Crossroads Ventures writes to explain to us that their corporation is not looking for a bailout from the State of New York. Most of the opponents of the project have never thought that Crossroads is seeking a bailout from NYS, Ulster County or Delaware County, but rather a “hand-out” from these political entities!


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