MONTICELLO, NY — One way of measuring growth in Sullivan County is to count the number of “239 reviews” the county planning department performs each year. The department is required to perform a 239 review for projects that have “potential countywide or inter-municipal significance.”
MONTICELLO, NY — One way of measuring growth in Sullivan County is to count the number of reviews the county planning department performs each year. The department is required to perform a “239 Review” for projects that have “potential countywide or inter-municipal significance.”
MONTICELLO, NY — Rick Sauer, a former New York State trooper with 30 years of experience, has been named as the Sullivan County Commissioner of Public Safety.
FORT WORTH, TX — Sullivan County Legislature Chairman Luis A. Alvarez joined more than 160 county leaders from across the country in Fort Worth earlier this month to examine anti-poverty initiatives and the critical role counties play in breaking multi-generational cycles of poverty.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Hudson Valley Magazine has recognized Crystal Run Healthcare physicians as top doctors in the Hudson Valley as identified by Castle Connelly Medical Ltd. Castle Connolly identifies top doctors, both nationally and regionally, based on an extensive nominations process open to all licensed physicians in America.
ELDRED, NY — They turned it into a bit of a cliffhanger, but in the end, the Highland Town Board on October 26 finally approved a $1,861,733 budget requiring a 1.05% tax increase.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County portion of residents’ property tax bills is estimated to rise 2.3% for 2018. According to a press release, that increase is less that the state-mandated property tax cap.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — In the election on November 7, voters in Sullivan County will have an opportunity to vote in 86 different elections. In 55 of those elections, the outcomes are for the most part predetermined, because that’s how many candidates are running unopposed.
ALBANY, NY — A report released by New York State Conptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office found that schools in Sullivan County reported more instances of bullying than those of neighboring counties. For the 2015-16 school year, the count was 313 in Sullivan, 200 in Ulster and 293 in Orange.