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Delhi Bank Corp. dividend up

Delhi — Delhi Bank Corp. announced that its board of directors, at a regularly scheduled meeting held on Dec. 18, declared a fourth quarter 2009 cash dividend of $0.1367 per share. This quarterly cash dividend represents a 1.2 percent increase over the split adjusted $0.135 per share declared for the quarter ending September 2009.


Watershed Corp. approves funding for church, motel storm water work

Margaretville — The Catskill Watershed Corp. Board of Directors met December 1 and approved reimbursement to an Ulster County church and a Delaware County business for recently installed storm water controls. Both projects are funded under the CWC’s Future Stormwater Program for new construction.


Charity Dinner on Christmas Day donated by Phoenicia restauranteur

By Jay Braman Jr.
Two events, one just passed and the other coming on Christmas Day, really show that the Christmas spirit is alive and well in Phoenicia, where two businessmen, showing a sense of appreciation for those facing difficult times, have devised clever and effective ways to offer help directly to those in need.


Judge stalls foreclosure on Fleischmanns Theater

By Jay Braman Jr.
An attempt by the Village of Fleischmanns to foreclose on the long-vacant Fleischmanns Theater building for non-payment of village taxes has been blocked by Delaware County Judge Carl Becker.
The judge determined last week that the owner of the property, or the local bank that holds a mortgage on the property, has a right to pay the delinquent taxes and maintain ownership.


Dell and Brown bring upbeat classics to Roxbury with gala dinner show

Roxbury — Patricia Dell and Kent Brown will set the “Public” mood on New Year’s Eve with a cabaret-style program of upbeat classics by Gershwin, Cole Porter, Noel Coward and other musical masters of the 1930s. “Happy Days Are Here Again” begins at 6 p.m. at Roxbury’s Public Restaurant & Lounge on Bridge Street on Thursday, Dec. 31.


Watershed planning grant applications now available

Margaretville — County, town and village governments are invited to apply for funds under the Catskill Watershed Corporation’s (CWC) Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP). This is the fifth, and final, round of funding for this program.


Route 28 paving funding secured

By Jay Braman Jr.
Property owners along Route 28 were all smiles earlier this year when they heard that federal economic stimulus money was to be spent to repave the road from Route 375 in West Hurley to the Ulster/Delaware county line at Highmount.


Frost Valley offers Kids' Winter Camp fun; holiday promotion encourages family visits

Claryville — Frost Valley YMCA in the Catskill Mountain High Peaks will host its popular Kids’ Winter Camp from Sunday-Friday, Dec. 27, 2009 through Jan. 1, 2010.


Flu shots will be available at Roxbury Central School clinic

Delhi — Delaware County Public Health will hold a free H1N1 Flu Shot and Nasal Mist Clinic for Delaware County residents only on Wednesday, Dec. 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. The clinic will be held at Roxbury Central School. The clinic is walk-in only; please do not call for an appointment.


Roxbury caroling Saturday; Holiday Cantata Sunday

Roxbury — A time-honored tradition that is forever new, the Holiday Cantata at the Gould Church on Sunday, Dec. 20 brings many sounds of the season, from traditional carols to ancient Celts, with spirituals and catchy Broadway songs to “tune” holiday spirit. You can create your own holiday cheer the evening before with community caroling in an old-fashioned horse drawn carriage along Roxbury’s Main Street on Dec. 19.


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