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Andes chugging along with depot renovations

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By Cheryl Petersen
Many seasons have passed over the Andes Depot, built in 1907 as a train stop between the Ontario & Western East Branch near Hancock, and the Ulster & Delaware in Arkville. The quintessential train station served passengers and carried freight on the Delaware & Eastern Railroad D&E RR, later to be called the Delaware & Northern Railroad.

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Andes will launch new website; considers equipment purchases

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By Cheryl Petersen
The heat is on at the Town of Andes Board with budget time quickly approaching. Deputy Supervisor Bud Gladstone opened the September 9 regular meeting and the council listened as Highway Superintendent Mike McAdams urgently requested a new, or newer, plow truck. “We have seven operators and seven trucks,” said McAdams. “If one of those trucks goes out of commission, we get behind on the plowing.
McAdams continued, “The shop also really needs a mechanic. I’ve been working too many weekends this summer and can’t keep it up.”

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Andes couple funds a point-of-interest kiosk for Palmer Hill view

By Cheryl Petersen
A kiosk dedication represented the snowball effect in reverse. After five years of building on creativity and generosity, the final product, a point-of-interest kiosk, was unveiled on top of Palmer Hill in the Town of Andes on Saturday, Aug. 30.


Andes taxpayers save big $$ on fuel project

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By Dick Sanford
The concept of shared services among school districts in New York State is all the rage these days, but in the Town of Andes, a shared project between the school district and the town has already saved its taxpayers somewhere between $60,000 and $100,000.


Andes health center re-opening soon

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By Cheryl Petersen
The Andes Health Center closed its doors temporarily on July 21 because of mold contamination in the building. A water leak, which caused the problem, has been fixed and the center is expected to reopen the week of August 4.


Road work tops the agenda for Andes Town Board

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By Cheryl Petersen
The Town of Andes 1978 Caterpillar grader is shot. Highway Superintendent Mike McAdams reported that the road grader is not worth repairing. The town council considered this and other business at the July 8 evening meeting at town hall.
Between normal road upkeep and road damage caused by flooding, the lack of a grader adds pressure to the highway crew. The superintendent has been working on weekends using the 1989 John Deere grader to try to match the road demands.

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RCS and ACS name their top graduates

Top graduates for the Class of 2014 have been announed at Andes and Roxbury central Schools.

Andes Central School
Andes Central School has announced that Josephine DeSanto is this year’s Valedictorian and Jonathan Andrews is the Salutatorian.
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New Andes trail opens; a partnership of NYC and local volunteers

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Andes — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Catskill Mountain Club have announced a community hike to celebrate the opening of a new trail on City-owned land in Delaware County.


Andes Central School honors its athletes

NUMBER ONE — Andes Central School held its annual Athletic Banquet on May 28 in the auditorium. Winners of the Bruce Butler Outstanding Athlete Awards were Shianne Coss and Torin Bacon. — Contributed photos


Construction on new court begins in Andes

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By Cheryl Petersen
The Andes Town Board met for its regular monthly meeting last week Tuesday. All council members were present for the meeting at town hall. The board reviewed a report noting that that a host of culverts were placed by the Andes Highway Department in the last 30 days, dealt with pool business, and became acquainted with Ben Decker, owner of BHDecker Construction, soon to start building the new court room facility in Andes.


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