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Letters To The Editor
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No rate hike for NYSEG I can well understand why NYSEG avoided having any Public Hearings in Sullivan County for their proposed outrageous 20%+ rate hike. There might have been a riot. Sullivan … more
Placing bets in Sullivan CountyAugust 1 marked the first game of the preseason for the National Football League. For many, this marks the renewal of an annual ritual that brings friends and families … more
Saddened by tragedy, heartened by community We read with great sadness about the fire at Hilly Acres Farm, but we are also heartened by the community outpouring of support. As usual, the farmers … more
Here’s to mud in your eye Attached is a photo of the public river access on the Upper Delaware River at Ten Mile River taken last week in midsummer, July.It is a total mud pile and has been … more
Support for the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project I am a lifelong resident of New York State, and I fully support the natural gas industry. I do so for so many reasons, mainly for the jobs that … more
Thank you TRR The Callicoon United Methodist Church wants to thank you, The River Reporter, for your generosity for our Annual Golf Tournament.Our church relies upon the support of the businesses … more
I am the chairperson of the Town of Bethel Republican Committee. The Committee met earlier this year and nominated Bethel resident, lawyer Susan Harte as our Republican Party candidate for … more
Highland compressor station killed the dream I can trace my family roots as far back as the 1700s to the Eldred, Highland Lake and Barryville area. My great-great-grandparents are buried behind what … more
Plastic usage despite common sense Both wonder and terror are our namesake and birthright. Perhaps, this is the inherent fate of modern culture, to be torn between bias and reform. Our use of … more
Regarding President Trump’s May 16 immigration proposal He emphasized “border security” and “attracting the best and the brightest” as key elements. One wonders how past … more
This letter is in response to Mr. Epstein’s letter about the downside of the #MeToo movement. I wish that in his moment of indignancy he had remained silent and introspective. I wish he had … more
Recent DV graduate running for school board On Tuesday, May 21, I would be honored to receive your vote in the primary election for Delaware Valley School Board. As a recent DV graduate, I can … more
Your editorial, “Compressor Could Turn Election,” rightly points out that voters may oust the Sullivan County legislator over the Millennium Pipeline compressor built in the heart of his … more
Response to ‘A Memory of Margo’ Cass Collins wrote a column that ran in The River Reporter on February 6. I loved the piece and was deeply moved with the details she selected to describe … more
Support for the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act Columnist Carol Roig recently noted that in 2014, the Council of Economic Advisors “concluded that we can save money by adopting … more
CEOS: Leave selfishness behind and provide a living wage Sure, profits are good, and that is the purpose of business—BUT! The profits earned need to distributed wisely so that the workers have … more
Push back on purposeful mislabeling Socialism has become a radioactive contemporary watchword that political forces on the right would like to thoroughly and broadly smear over the candidates of the … more
Invite a city child to the Catskills for a summer While I’m thinking about spring and watching the buds grow bigger on the trees, I’m also planning ahead for summer. My husband and I will … more
Farewell Barryville Farmers’ Market Each vibrant community has a heart, a center where its people gather and give it life. In Barryville, that has been the weekly farmers’ market. It has … more
Zoning laws rendered town hearing unnecessary Last week at the town hall in White Lake, the Town of Bethel held a public hearing for the consideration of expanded operating days for Bethel Speedway. … more
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