Weekend Highs

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LOOKING IT OVER — These young ladies were among the visitors at Belleayre Mountain’s Oktoberfest Fall Festival who enjoyed chair lift rides. A beautiful weekend and gorgeous foliage made for a nicely attended event. — Photo by Dick Sanford

Expanded Thrift Shop opens to rave reviews

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By Pauline Liu
The newly expanded Thrift Shop for the Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center has reopened, much to the delight of customers.


NYC gets water permit; funds for more land

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By Jay Braman Jr.
Just two months after Delaware County agreed to drop a lawsuit against the City of New York over the granting of a 15-year-long-water-supply permit to the latter,

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) an-nounced last week that the permit, which DEC administers, has been signed, sealed and delivered to the city.


Winds wreak havoc but no major damage

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By Pauline Liu
The wild and wacky weather experienced here in the Catskills this winter grew even wilder Saturday and wreaked plenty of havoc.

Powerful winds, which at times whipped up to 70 mph, forced Saturday’s shutdown of Belleayre Mountain Ski Center and also caused some intermittent power outrages in other parts of Ulster County.


President's Weekend had local communities bustling

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By Pauline Liu
Local lodging establishments and ski centers were brimming with enthusiastic vacationers as Presidents’ Week got underway Saturday. Even the shutdown of Belleayre Mountain Ski Center due to high winds Saturday failed to put a damper on the weekend. Visitors proved to be resourceful. Some fanned out to other ski areas, while others went shopping. Either way, most were willing to make the best of the situation, since they still had the rest of their vacation to ski.


Middletown revaluation nearly complete

Staff report
A four-year property revaluation project in the Town of Middletown is nearing completion.

The goal of the project is to bring property assessments to full value.


New housing starts drop in Middletown

Staff Report
Building activity was down slightly in the Town of Middletown in 2010 compared to a year earlier.
Code Enforcement Officer Patrick Davis presented this information in his Annual Building and Zoning Report to the town board at its February meeting.

Construction in the town’s incorporated villages of Margaretville and Fleisch-manns showed slight activity increases over 2009.


Mountainside earns five stars in U.S. News and World Report

Margaretville — Mountainside Residential Care Center received a five-star rating in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Nursing Homes 2011 issue. The rating was based on data from “Nursing Home Compare,” a national report prepared by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which helps consumers, families and caregivers assess nursing facilities.


Water Discovery Center gets tourism grant

By Jay Braman Jr.
The yet to be built Water Discovery Center, planned for Arkville, has received a grant to increase tourism traffic in town and village centers and help to improve the economic opportunities for new businesses to develop.


Fatal heart attack leads to collision

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By Dick Sanford
A fatal heart attack suffered by one of the two drivers involved in a head-on collision late Friday afternoon on Route 23 may have caused the crash, according to Roxbury Constable Stephen Williamson who investigated. The accident happened at approximately 4:25 p.m. one-half mile north of Grand Gorge.


Horan named director Margaretville Hospital

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Margaretville — Sandra A. Horan, RN has been named the executive director of Margaretville Hospital, effective immediately. Ms. Horan was appointed interim executive director on October 11, 2010.


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