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MONTICELLO – To begin the Executive Committee meeting of the Legislature on Thursday, January 25, the Sullivan County Resiliency Plan draft was presented to the board. Commissioner of Planning … more
FALLSBURG — Five officers needed to be treated at a local hospital after an inmate attacked them during a routine pat frisk for contraband at the maximum security correctional facility last … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON —The Sullivan West Central School District is preparing to see a substantial decrease in its state funding through its Foundation Aid, as Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Bressler … more
BETHEL — A historical pillar of the American music scene, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts – a non-profit performance venue and original site of the 1969 Woodstock festival – today … more
MONTICELLO – The Village of Monticello Police Chief Robert Mir resigned effective immediately late last week, with the resignation being confirmed by Village Mayor George Nikolados on Monday, … more
ALBANY — The New York Assembly received and voted on amendments to the recently signed village law by Governor Kathy Hochul in December 2023. This action allows the results of the vote … more
NARROWSBURG – The proposed pavilion project at the town park in the Flats community in the town of Tusten continues to draw resident’s attention as spokespeople for a group titled … more
FORESTBURGH – A second Federal civil rights lawsuit has been filed against the Town of Forestburgh which alleges that a zoning change adopted into law in November of last year was put in place … more
MONTICELLO – The Village Board of Monticello approved a resolution in support of this year’s Monticello Bagel Festival at their regular Town Board meeting on January 17. Jaime … more
JEFFERSONVILLE — “Properties: Abandoned, Vacant, Boarded and Foreclosed” — that’s the title of a new law in the Village of Jeffersonville that for some business owners … more
LIBERTY – After a one day postponement due to winter weather, the Liberty Central School District received the green light for a $42.7 million infrastructure project after the vote held on … more
MONTICELLO – As the new Legislature takes on pending concerns left by the previous board, discussions were brought up during committee meetings on Thursday, January 18, about the Adult Care … more
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