NARROWSBURG, NY — Despite an onslaught of wintery precipitation a full house was present to hear details of a program being considered by the Tusten Town Board, the result of which would be decreased energy costs for residential and small commercial customers.
Where’s Jane Luchsinger, you may be asking yourself? After eight years of writing this column, she retired her pen earlier this month in order to focus more energy on her role on the Tusten Town Board.
Another fun-filled holiday weekend with family and friends. On Saturday, the Cochecton Youth Commission (CYC) had their Christmas Party at the Lake Huntington Fire Hall. The kids did crafts, coloring and sang along with Brad Rutledge and his kids, Matthew and Annabelle.
REGION — In New York State, Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests can be very useful in obtaining information about state government. But they won’t provide a resident with a list of people who have been blocked on social media accounts by lawmakers.
HARRISBURG, PA — Democrats in Harrisburg are calling for Republican Daryl Metcalfe to be pulled from his position as Republican chair of the State Government Committee.
MONTICELLO, NY — The project that’s towering over everything else in Sullivan County, in terms of economic development, is the Resorts World Catskills, the casinos slated to open in March 2018, which are currently seeking to fill 1,400 jobs. But there are also other projects going forward.
HONESDALE, PA — Some 60 people turned out for the re-opening of Wayne Memorial Hospital’s new outpatient rehabilitation services at 190 Delaware St. The staff was formerly located at the Stourbridge Complex on Maple Avenue.
LAKE ARIEL, PA — Lacawac Sanctuary is one of 266 sites in Pennsylvania to receive state funds for projects that will create new recreational opportunities, conserve natural resources and help revitalize local communities.
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County’s two veteran jury commissioners were honored upon their upcoming retirement.
Judy Romich and Pat Biondo were lauded for their length and quality of service at the December 7 county commissioners’ meeting. Romich leaves after 24 years, while Biondo served for 17 years.
NARROWSBURG, NY — There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the new deck on Main Street in Narrowsburg on December 10, followed by a Christmas tree lighting on the deck.