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CMN Web site is now online

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By Julia Green
It’s been present in the Catskill Mountains since 1864. It’s changed formats, changed looks, and changed hands. It’s grown with the times, and on Wednesday, it grew on a world-wide scale.

The World Wide Web, that is. The Catskill Mountain News is now online. The Web site, which was officially launched Wednesday, can be found at:
www.catskillmountainnews.com


Roxbury planners await input on Moresville

By Julia Green
All’s quiet on the windy front as the Roxbury Planning Board awaits a response from Invenergy. Visible progress on the proposed Moresville Wind Project hums in idle as the review process continues moving through the required State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) review, and the ball is still decisively in the developer’s court.


Water harvesting plans are cloudy

By Jay Braman Jr.
After months of mulling over some very tricky legal language and hearing several opinions from lawyers, judges and residents, the Shandaken Zoning Board of Appeals reached a verdict this month on whether water harvesting is an activity covered in the town’s zoning code.


Watershed Corp. to fund Route 28 corridor project

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By Jay Braman Jr
Members of the Central Catskills Collaborative (CCC) got some good news last Thursday from Alan Rosa, the executive director of the Catskill Watershed Corporation.


Local business association wants longer ski season

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By Jay Braman Jr.
The Belleayre Region Lodging and Tourism Association has launched a drive to convince the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to reconsider plans to close Belleayre Mountain Ski Center early this season.


‘Snow White’ plays at ACS

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Andes — Andes Central School will present “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” in the school auditorium on March 6 and 7 at 7 p.m.

This family musical contains a zany, wisecracking Mirror who will only answer if spoken to in rhyme, as well as a whole court full of funny and bubbling characters. It hums with 14 lively songs.


Newscasters will be featured at CWN program

The Catskill Women’s Network will meet at Casey Joe’s Coffeehouse at the intersection of county Route 38 and Route 28 in Arkville on Monday, March 9 with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. and potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m.

Featured speakers will be Joe Moskowitz and Pauline Liu who will be talking about their experiences in radio and television broadcasting. Bring a dish to pass.


Full season of workshops at Roxbury Arts

Roxbury — The Roxbury Arts Group announces a series of workshops for adults that range through fitness, crafts, fine arts and technologies to assist artists. The series runs from early March through early May and are planned for the most part as one- or two-session introductions to the subject.


Flights of Fancy: Folk art at DCHA

Delhi — The Delaware County Historical Association will open a new exhibit in the Elijah Thomas Gallery, Flights of Fancy, focusing on the bird carvings of the late Charles Albert. An opening wine and cheese reception will take place at the museum on Friday afternoon, March 6 from 4 until 6 p.m.


Senior Camp is auxiliary topic

A new “camp for seniors” will be the featured topic at the March 12, 10 a.m. meeting Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center. Tom Briggs, director of the Delaware County Office of the Aging, will speak about the 4C Camp for Adults to be held at 4-H Camp Shankitunk in Delhi from August 28-30.


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