SHOHOLA, PA — Allen Sherer lives in one of about 60 homes in Maple Park. All of those homes have deeded rights to use a beach on Walker Lake. In 2013, the Walker Lakeshores Landowners Association (WLLA), which is a homeowners association for Walker Lake, acquired the beach by accepting it as a donation from the man who formerly owned it.
HORTONVILLE, NY — As Hurricane Florence approached the Carolinas and more rain fell in New York, a representative from the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) visited the Delaware town meeting Wednesday to discuss rising water levels in reservoirs surrounding the town.
Bethel board nixes moving fire department
NEW YORK SENATE DISTRICT 42 — Jen Metzer took the Democratic primary by a wide margin on September 13, besting alternative-energy activist Pramilla Malick by a vote of 9,883 to 6,336. The turnout for the primary involved nearly twice as many voters than the last midterm primary in 2014.
ELDRED, NY — In light of the district’s fiscal stress, financial questions dominated the public comment session of the latest Eldred school board meeting.
ELDRED, NY — Recalling their work during storms of last winter, Highland Supervisor Jeff Haas highlighted local heroes, fire, police and emergency medical services, at the town’s 17th observance of the 911 World Trade Center attacks.
“I’m proud to say we have the best,” Haas said.
ELDRED, NY — Highland is in the middle of a million-dollar project and that project, the new highway department garage, has dominated recent town board business and Supervisor Jeff Haas’ telephone traffic for months.
BEACH LAKE, PA — Supervisor Cathy Hunt announced at the September 17 meeting of the Berlin Township Board of Supervisors that she is submitting an application on behalf of Berlin Township for a 2019 Upper Delaware Council Technical Assistance Grant.
FORESTBURGH, NY — Standing in front of an aging span across the Neversink River, Sullivan County leaders on September 14 kicked off a $10 million initiative to replace deteriorating bridges around the county.
HONESDALE, PA — “We just did what we thought to be right, while providing proper flood control and protection for people downstream,” Commissioner Wendell Kay said on September 13.