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Hadassah meeting

December 1, 2011

Chany Zajac prepares jelly donuts & discusses upcoming Chanukah at Landfield Ave. Synagogue, 7pm, $5. Public welcome. 845/794-3962.

Beautification Group meeting

November 22, 2011

Ted Stroebele Center, 7pm. All volunteers encouraged to attend. 845/295-2462.

Dedication ceremony

November 21, 2011

Congressman Maurice Hinchey presides over ceremony to celebrate completion of Broadway lighting project at Broadway & St. John St., 2:30pm, free. 845/295-2462.

Shopping day

November 5, 2011

All your favorite home shows in one place in the RJK Middle School gym, 10am-3pm, free admission.

Short story discussion: 'Oubliette'

November 8, 2011

David Long's short story will be discussed at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.

Beginning computer class

November 15, 2011

5-wk. course at The Literacy Center, Tues. & Thurs., 5:30-7:30pm, $60. RSVP: 845/794-0017.

Will Sullivan lawmakers override tax cap?

Sullivan County lawmaker Jodi Goodman, who is chair of the budget committee, released a letter on October 21, requesting that county manager David Fanslau create a tentative budget that stays within the new property tax cap increase imposed by Albany of 2%. That came two days after she said it was too early to tell what would happen with the tax cap.  Read more

Is this sign illegal? Thompson officials say it might be

The Culligans, who live on Route 42 across the street from the Monticello Motor Club, are not shy about letting anyone know that they do not appreciate the noise from the motors on some of the beefy cars that traverse the winding roads of the club.
So, like several of their neighbors, they put up a sign on their lawn that reads “Stop the noise.” That first one, which was stuck in the ground, was stolen. And so was the one that followed.  Read more

EKG technician certification program

October 31, 2011

50-hr. certification program at St. John Education Center through 12/21. RSVP: 845/791-4070 or 295-4900.

Occupy Monticello, briefly

The Occupy Wall Street movement, which has now been going on for more than a month, received support from some local groups who held a demonstration in front of the post office on Broadway in Monticello on October 11.  Read more

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