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Unanswered questions over events at the Town of Liberty’s 11/2/21 Board of Assessment Review (BAR) invite speculation about truthfulness and competency of Sullivan County Attorney Michael … more
Several years ago, when whole milk was removed from our schools, I started an effort to have it placed back in our schools. I soon realized that this was going to be a real struggle. Right from … more
The colorful valley known as Luxton Lake is a place I have called my home ever since I was a child. It was a retreat from the city, a parallel dimension, with little in common from the bustle of New … more
I suppose Robert Doherty, chairman of the Sullivan County Legislature, has valuable life experience and skills to offer. Unfortunately, he’s demonstrated those needed to effectively lead our … more
I am disappointed with the local candidates’ participation in the Friends of the Milford Aquifer’s candidate questionnaire on the clean drinking water issue. We have gotten to the point … more
We are the Student Safety First slate of candidates, running for the Delaware Valley School District school director position. We’re a social worker (BSW), a board-certified behavior analyst, … more
The Sullivan County Legislature greatly respects and appreciates the hard work undertaken every day (and often in many late nights) by the staff and administration of the Sullivan County District … more
I attended the Woman’s March in Narrowsburg because, as a woman, I have experienced a lot of instances where my body was degraded. Whether it be from sexual molestation, men wanting nothing … more
When I was 17 years old in 1982, I became pregnant, literally the first time my boyfriend and I were intimate. My partner was not interested in taking any co-responsibility for the pregnancy and I … more
“The best-laid plans… ” Have you ever had one of those days that just seemed to turn upside down and stay that way for hours? Well, if you’re a caretaker for someone who is … more
As public officials, citizens are often reaching out to us for assistance at some of the most vulnerable times of their lives. This is why we try to be proactive to find solutions that improve the … more
After reviewing the special hearing on the problems with the dairy industry, which was conducted by the Dairy Subcommittee and chaired by Sen. Gillibrand (D. NY), without any reservation it must be … more
(In his previous My View, Noah Kaminsky described some of the limitations of the Affordable Care Act—most of which were in place because they were ahead of their time. One problem, surprise … more
My algorithms haven’t learned as much about me as they think. I would have assumed relocating to a very different environment—from major city to major country—would have made … more
On Sunday August 22, The New York Times published an article detailing the discrepant costs of medical procedures at various hospitals throughout the country. Imagine your insurance out-of-pocket … more
You may have noticed the Sullivan County Legislature doing something past legislatures too often avoided or ignored. We’re having meaningful discussions—in public—about important … more
According to recent research sponsored by the Center for Rural Pennsylvania on suicide rates across Pennsylvania counties, Wayne and Pike are both above the statewide average of 15.7 suicides per … more
This year Sullivan County received over $7 million in state and local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds (FRF), a part of the federally funded American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) response to the … more
This time last year, my husband, Mark, and I were finalizing our move here, hoping we would not be taken for COVID-19 refugees, since we had decided to retire here before the epidemic … more
We’ve reached a point in the COVID-19 pandemic where things have begun to relax and return to normal. Despite the surge in new cases, attributed to the Delta variant, the country seems to be … more
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