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Cochecton and revenue sharing

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Disappointment, disgust and a sense of betrayal were expressed by the Cochecton Town Board at its March 13 meeting. A letter, dated March 1 and signed by Sullivan County Legislature Chair Luis Alvarez, was responsible for the board’s feelings.


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Cochecton heightens security

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Effective immediately, access to the Cochecton Town Hall outside of its normal business hours will require entry of a four-digit personal identification code into the building’s security system. Supervisor Gary Maas made the announcement at the town board’s January 2 reorganization meeting.


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These Civil War and American Indian artifacts from the collection of Mary Lewis will be presented by collectors Richard Justus and John Rudy at the September 23 Coffee, Tea and History in Cochecton, NY.

12th annual Coffee, Tea and History

COCHECTON, NY — The Cochecton Preservation Society will host Coffee, Tea and History, “Civil War & Native American Artifacts of the Delaware River Valley,” Sunday, September 23, 1 p.m. at the Cochecton Train Station, 8537 Rte. 97. The event will be held rain or shine.

Hanging by a leg

COCHECTON, NY — “Can you hear them chittering?” asks National Park Service biologist Jessica Newbern. Chitter, we learn at this lecture earlier this summer, is the language bats use to communicate with one another. Here, at the Cochecton Preservation Society’s (CPS) restored train station, lives a large colony of bats. It’s 7 p.m.


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Heinrich Strauch, left, Marie Smith, Suellen Magnetico, Liz Early, Cochecton Fire Station owners Josiah Early and Ezekiel Miller, Henning, Lynn Freda and Carl Santos gather for the ribbon cutting for the new restaurant.
 

New restaurant in Cochecton

COCHECTON, NY — There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new restaurant called the Cochecton Fire Station, located in the tiny hamlet’s historical fire station. The building has been renovated by owners Josiah Early and Ezekial Miller.


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WSPL summer reading program

WESTERN SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — During this year’s Western Sullivan Public Library summer reading program, kids can come study with the National Park Service, practice on all sorts of percussion instruments, take turns writing songs, do a little yoga, play at some theatre, have a parade and then bring it all together with a dance party.

Cochecton camps

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — At the February 27 joint Cochecton Town Board/Planning Board meeting with consultant Tom Shepstone and town attorney Karen Mannino, final language for the town’s draft summer camp/private school zoning ordinance was hammered out.

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