MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Manager Josh Potosek is pleased to welcome John Liddle as deputy county manager. Liddle’s appointment by Potosek was confirmed by the legislature, and he will begin on April 1.
MILFORD, PA — A Milford twosome, Erika Sherlock and Torrie Kolb, are being sued by State Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s office for allegedly ripping off customers, not completing work and related accusations.
CHESTER, NY — With the budget process nearing an end in Albany, state senators Jen Metzger and James Skoufis, who serve adjacent districts, held a news conference at the Chester Public Library on March 22 to talk about the Senate’s proposed budget and how it differs from the budget proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Bloomingburg man killed in crash
WURTSBORO, NY — State Police in Wurtsboro are investigating a fatal crash that occurred on March 24. At 10:48 p.m., troopers responded to Burlingham Road in the Town of Mamakating for a report of a motor vehicle crash involving two vehicles.
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.
ELDRED, NY — The developers of the new Eldred Preserve have applied to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) for a permit that would allow them to discharge 17,000 gallons per day (GPD) from a proposed sewer into Halfway Brook.
BOYERTOWN, PA — Wayne Highlands School District Superintendent Gregory Frigoletto has said, regarding the use of locker rooms by students who are transgender, the district is being guided by the ruling in the Joel Doe v. Boyertown Area School District (BASH).
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — There is a lot riding on the 2020 census count. Because of population declines, New York stands to lose one or two members of the U.S. House of Representatives after the count. The count also determines the amount of federal aid the state receives for programs that are funded based on population.
DAMASCUS, PA — At the Damascus Township meeting on March 18, “We’re doing the best we can,” were six words repeated by the board of supervisors several times when residents pointed out the need to fix the many potholes on township roads.
CHESTER, NY — With the budget process nearing an end in Albany, Senators Jen Metzger and James Skoufis, who serve adjacent districts, held a news conference at the Chester Public Library on March 22, to talk about the Senate’s proposed budget and how it differs from the budget proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.