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CWC Board approves flood mitigation project in Walton

Margaretville — The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) Board of Directors on February 5 approved funding for a number of projects under the Flood Hazard Mitigation Implementation (FHMI) Program. The Board authorized the CWC to enter into an agreement with the Town of Walton to serve as project sponsor for a floodplain reclamation project which will involve acquiring and demolishing the […]

2019 Best Service Awards

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GlidePath presented at public form seeking community approval

Ulster — Town of Ulster Supervisor James Quigley today announced that GlidePath Development has submitted a revised plan to the Town of Ulster for the proposed Lincoln Park Grid Support Center in Ulster County. The revised proposal eliminates all fossil fuel generators that were initially proposed in 2017 as pat of a hybrid design, and will instead use a batteryonly […]

No bids on pool project force Fleischmanns to seek outside contractor


Village board members in Flesichmanns handled a wide variety of details and decisions at the monthly meeting of the board on Tuesday, Feb. 12. They reported progress on the Smart Growth Kiosk as many designs were submitted incorporating a metal roof, pressure treated wood, solar lighting, and shrubs, all vying for the award to build on Route 28. The board […]

New York State Police

On February 3, at about 5:01 p.m., State Police at Oneonta arrested Christopher M. Hertzler, 32, of Davenport, on the class A misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child and the violation Harassment 2nd degree – physical contact. Troopers were dispatched to the Mirabito store in West Davenport where a complainant stated Hertzler pushed the victim while a child was […]

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Perennial winner

Zac Clark of Z Painting made news last week when he won his 19th consecutive first place award in the News’ Annual Best Service Award program. Clark, whose interior/exterior painting company also handles pressure washing and staining, provides consistent, high quality service throughout the region. Photo by Eddie Donoghue You must be a subscriber to access this content! Please login […]

County Sheriff in opposition to marijuana legalization

Delhi — Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond joined fellow Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police from across the state, along with a host of other organizations and interest groups, to declare unified opposition to the proposal to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in New York State. Representatives of a number of those organizations spoke at simultaneous press events in Albany, […]

Fraud warning issued

Offers for back and knee braces

Kingston — The Division of Consumer Affairs from the Ulster County District Attorney’s office has issued a warning about fraud in offers for back and knee braces. Consumer Affairs advises that various organizations are contacting individuals by phone or mail offering them medical devices and claiming these devices are covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other insurance programs. Consumer Affairs offers […]

Roxbury and Middletown to get home repair grants

Owner- occupied homes in the towns of Roxbury and Middletown will be repaired and upgraded with grant funding announced from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program administered by New York State. The MARK Project in coordination with the Town of Middletown and Town of Roxbury has been successful in getting applications funded for the two CDBG grants that will […]

CWC Board approves stormwater funding for Conesville store

Margaretville — The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) Board of Directors on February 5 approved reimbursement of $79,793 in design and construction costs for stormwater control measures required for a new store and gas station in Conesville. Eric Dahlberg completed the Conesville Convenience Store on Route 990V last year. It’s location within the New York City Watershed’s Schoharie Reservoir basin triggered […]


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