Community

Roadside Cleanup Day in Big Indian

Twenty-six adult volunteers and 10 children from Big Indian/Oliverea assembled Saturday in front of the hamlet’s fire department prior to conducting a morning-long roadside cleanup. The volunteers covered a two-mile stretch along Route 28 running through Big Indian and a four-mile stretch along Route 47 running south past Oliverea. The day’s event was organized by the Big Indian/Oliverea Beautification Committee chaired by Martie Gailes.


Golf tourney in Delhi May 8

Delhi — The annual Big Wheels Golf Tournament, held at the Delhi College Golf Course will take place on Friday, May 8, according to the Big Wheels tournament committee. The event serves as a primary fund-raiser for programs and services which provide assistance to Delaware County senior citizens.


Upcoming workshops from Writers in the Mountains

Upcoming workshops sponsored by Writers in the Mountains (WIM) will explore the wellsprings of creativity and the craft of poetry.
The Wild Mind emphasizes the writing process over product by having participants create and expose themselves to visual images, sound bytes and tactile media, to enhance and enliven their writing.


Free testing at hospital health fair

Free health screenings will be offered at Margaretville Hospital's Spring Health Fair on Friday, May 8 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the hospital lobby.
Screenings offered at the Health Fair will include: blood pressure, blood glucose, CO breath analyzer/pulse oximeter (to test lung function) and hearing screenings.


Big Wheels tourney set at Delhi links

Delhi — The annual Big Wheels Golf Tournament, held at the Delhi College Golf Course will take place on Friday, May 8, according to the Big Wheels tournament committee.
The event serves as a primary fund-raiser for programs and services which provide assistance to Delaware County senior citizens.


Car big prize at Chamber golf tourney

Delhi — Shoot for a Hole in One and win a car, sponsored by chamber member Country Club Automotive Group at the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce’s 10th Annual Golf Tournament at the Delhi College Golf Course on June 4.


Cornell study suggests farm exemptions lagging

By Matthew J. Perry
An ongoing study by Cornell Cooperative Extension suggests that Delaware County’s remaining farmers generally do not receive sufficient tax exemptions on prime soil and working land in general.
Study findings were presented at the county board of supervisors meeting on April 8. Amy Kenyon, who led the discussion, pointed out that agricultural exemptions are determined by individual assessors, and that oversights often are not due to systemic problems or biases in the state or county taxation methods.


Hook, Line & Sinker by Judy Van Put: April 15, 2009

A check with the NYC DEP Web site shows that current reservoir levels are as follows: Pepacton, 98.3 percent capacity; Cannonsville, 99.3 percent (no longer spilling – which is good news for West Branch anglers); Schoharie, 90.3 percent capacity; Ashokan, 94.6 percent; Rondout, 96.3 percent; and Neversink, 98.1 percent.


Earth Day activities set at NYPA in North Blenheim

In celebration of Earth Day, the Blenheim-Gilboa Visitors Center will feature a full program of green-themed family fun on Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Reservoir open for boating use in North Blenheim

North Blenheim — The New York Power Authority (NYPA) reopened the upper and lower reservoirs at its Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project on Thursday, April 9, to recreational boaters.


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