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DEEP STUFF — Firefighters from Grand Gorge and Hobart traveled to the Buffalo area last week to assist local communities with efforts to cope with up to seven feet of snow that buried the area from several lake-effect storms. — Contributed photo

Court reverses Fleischmanns Theater case in favor of village

The Village of Fleischmanns has won key legal proceeding that will allow the municipality to pursue foreclosure on the former Fleischmanns Theater building on Main Street.

A panel of five judges from Third Department of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York handed down a ruling on October 21 that overturned a Delaware County Court decision blocking the foreclosure.


Father Paul Catena to be installed as pastor Nov. 21

By Brian Sweeney
Father Paul Catena will be installed as pastor of the Sacred Heart Parish on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 9 a.m. mass at the Margaretville Catholic Church.


Middletown Comprehensive Plan receives public input

By Brian Sweeney
Community members offered a handful of comments on the draft Town of Middletown Comprehensive Plan at an October 26 public hearing. Approximately 30 people attended the hearing, with about a dozen audience members offering input to town board members.


Shandaken budget proposal shows about a 6% hike

By Jay Braman Jr.
The Shandaken Town budget for next year, may bring a tax increase of just a shave under six percent, but according to Supervisor Rob Stanley it could be even less depending on the results of a public hearing on the plan tonight (Wednesday.)

There may even have been a few changes for the better already made.


Route 28 to be called "Catskill Mountain Scenic Byway"

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By Jay Braman Jr.
The Central Catskills Collaborative (CCC) met Thursday and picked “Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway” as the new name for the 45-mile stretch of Route 28 from Hurley to Andes that they hope will receive a federal scenic byway designation.

The CCC, which serves as the scenic byway nomination committee, decided on the name through a process of elimination.


MCS School Board sets goals for district

By Brian Sweeney
The Margaretville Central School Board of Education has developed a seven-goal plan for the district to follow as a long-term “road map.”

The strategic planning tool was the result of several workshops attended by the board during the summer.


CCCD awarded contract to fight invasive species

Arkville — The Catskill Center for Conservation and Development (CCCD) has been awarded a contract that may be worth more than $500,000 by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to administer a partnership for invasive species management in the Catskill Region.


Local government day video on CWC website

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Margaretville— Excerpts from the keynote address at the October 20 Catskills Local Government Day have been posted on the website of the Catskill Watershed Corp- oration (CWC), www.cwc online.org.


Crossroads preparing revised resort plan

By Jay Braman Jr.
After months of silence the team behind the resort project known as the Belleayre Resort at Catskill Park has announced a new timeline for what should be the beginning of the end of the proposal’s seemingly endless review process.


DEC commissioner fired for fighting staff cuts

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By Jay Braman Jr.
The Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) was unceremoniously fired last week due to his public disagreement with Governor David Paterson’s plan to drastically cut the DEC’s staff and budget.


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