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I am writing in response to the bizarre arguments that Betty Sutliff makes in favor of gas drilling in the Delaware River Basin. more
Reaching back to antiquity, the notion of private property brings order to the distribution of landholdings by establishing both definitive ownership and the recorded ownership history. Today, a massive body of settled case law continues to grow around the often-complex nuances of property rights. more
Milford’s community and legislative representatives have a stark choice. Do they pursue door number one—protecting the Milford Aquifer/Springs for future generations? Will they meet … more
Thanks to the sponsorship and hard work done by Rep. Jon Fritz, three bills of importance were advanced by the House.  Two of these bills, which would decrease reliance on Russian oil and gas … more
Recently, while noticing my feet in the bathtub, I realized it has been decades since I had overheard indirect meant-to-be-overheard comments on my appearance as I walked by. Things like “I … more
MILFORD TOWNSHIP, PA — National Land Developers presented Milford Township with a concept proposition for a 450,000 square foot warehouse for the 44-acre Latimore property. I checked with the … more
Prices paid to dairy farmers have finally reached nearly $25 per cwt. (hundred pounds of milk) and the Class I price in Federal Order One for April’s milk reached $27.63 per cwt., which is … more
Rural & Migrant Ministry, Inc. (RMM) commends the New York State government for taking steps to ensure that the labor rights of farmworkers are protected. The recently adopted state budget … more
As the Tusten town board entertains the idea of selling our historic town hall to relocate to the newly acquired bank building on Main Street, I looked at the value of the entirety of the current … more
As we are ready to start planting our gardens for the year, cows are calving, does are kidding, and spring is literally in the air. More customers are coming out to buy local products, and along … more
The comments of Rep. Jonathan Fritz about the sanctity of private property in last week’s River Reporter [click here to read that article] have the ring of someone who is absolutely certain of … more
Crazy times demand smart stress reduction Given recent events—the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian invasion of Ukraine, escalating inflation and gas prices—it’s safe to say … more
I must say I found the March 17 My View piece “Time to Let It Go” somewhat surprising. To think that in this day and age the writer would try to attribute my letter to my husband is … more
What will we forget first? The destruction of Mariupol or the Oscar slap? Writing a memoir tells me it is sometimes the minor moments we remember best. A snake suddenly slithers across the road in … more
With so much federal money in this year’s state budget, why are local taxes still being raided to fund state programs?   In the past three years, the state has taken more than $677 … more
The New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association, Inc. (NYSCOPBA) calls on New York to pause the full implementation of the Humane Alternatives for Long Term (HALT) Solitary … more
Oppose anti-RGGI bills in PA Pennsylvania is creating a program to cut the carbon pollution that comes from electric power plants. This pollution is a leading contributor to climate change, and … more
I attended the meeting of Sullivan County’s Sunset Lake Local Development Corporation (LDC) on 3/31/22. As usual, an agenda and packet had been posted only a few hours before the meeting, in … more
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) joins the rest of the nation in celebrating Women’s History Month. Our Cabinet-level agency is committed to supporting women through … more
Our utility bills are out of control. I receive calls every day from residents who say their bills have doubled or even tripled over the last several months when compared with last year. Currently, … more
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