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Reflections By Hynes Funeral Home, Margaretville and Miller Funeral Home, Roxbury



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By Rev. Richard Dykstra
“There is a time for everything, and a season for every
activity under heaven; a time to be born and a time to die,
a time to plant and a time to uproot... a time to weep and
a time to laugh....”. These words from Ecclesiastes in the
Bible feel especially timely as we begin a new year. They
remind us that we go through all kinds of times in life.
What will the year 2018 hold for you? Will it be a year
that will be remembered for the new births or new rela-tionships
that you will enjoy? Or one that seems over-shadowed
by grief or loss?
Life is about going through all of the ups and downs of
living, and we have to accept that. What the writer of
these words reminds us is that there is a rightness, or
beauty, to everything that happens, even when we can’t
understand it or see it. “God has made everything beau-tiful
in its time.”
The point being made is that it is important to find and
appreciate the beauty of every event that we go through,
and to know that God has given them as part of this time
we call life. Along with that is that we need to find the
beauty of each day that we live, because there’s always
something beautiful in each day. It may be in the rela-tionships
we form, the wonder of nature around us, or
even in the self-discovery of who we are.
The other point being made is that there is a divine
presence in the midst of all that we go through in life.
God is there, even when we don’t see or feel God’s pres-ence.
God is there, even when we don’t want to give God
credit or blame for what we go through.
As you begin this year, may you find the beauty of each
day and appreciate it as the gift of God intends it to be,
and also thank God for the gift!
Pastor Richard Dykstra serves the Jay Gould Memorial
Reformed Church in Roxbury where services are held on
Sunday mornings at 10 A.M. and all are welcome. The
church also offers a Wednesday after-school program for
grades K-6. Pastor Dykstra can be reached at (607) 326-
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TOWN OF MIDDLETOWN HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT



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WINTER FRIENDLY
REMINDER
It is the highway department's goal to keep town highways in
a passable condition during the winter months. Any type of
obstruction located in the town's right-of-way may hinder the ability
of snow removal. In an attempt to clear the roads, our drivers try
not to damage any obstructions in the right-of-way, however, that
is not always possible. Therefore, any damage which may be done
to mailboxes, fences and the like, while the town highway depart-ment
is trying to maintain the roads during the winter, will not be
repaired or replaced by the town,but will be the owner's expense.
Parking on any Town Highways during winter months is prohibited.
Vehicles parked on the town right-of-way are also a hindrance
when trying to clear the roads of snow. Attempts will be made to
contact the owners of such vehicles so they can be removed.
However, if the highway department is unable to reach the owner,
or if the vehicle is not removed, the town will have the vehicle towed,
at the owner's expense.
ATTENTION HOME OWNERS:
It is a violation to plow snow across or shovel back into a Town,
County, or State highway when residents clear out or hire to clear
their own driveways and/or sidewalks. Pay special attention to
the job your plowman performs while removing the snow from your
driveway. Should any snow be pushed out from your driveway or
private road across a Town, County or State highway causing
ice or left into the highway creating a hazard and it causes an
accident the survivors can own YOUR HOME. Remember, the
LAND OWNER OR OWNERS are liable for all damages.
There is a Local Law for the Regulation of Access to town
highways in the Town of Middletown. It reads that “No person,
firm, corporation, association or other organization shall
commence the construction, enlargement, alteration,
improvement of an access road or driveway from private lands
to a town highway located within the town
of Middletown, without having applied for
and obtained an access permit from the
town highway superintendent.”
Thank you for your cooperation,
John W. Biruk
TOWN OF MIDDLETOWN
HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT
THANK YOU!
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Catskill Mountain News in Memory Jake Rosa



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    James R. Fensterer, 56, of Arkville died Monday January 1, 2018 at the Albany Medical Center. He was born June 26, 1961 in Huntington Long Island, son of Kenneth and Dolores (nee) Kreischer Fensterer. Full Story

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