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IDA awards Tusten solar tax breaks

MONTICELLO, NY — The board of the Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) on April 8 voted to approve tax incentives for a solar project planned for the Town of Tusten. The 1.968 megawatt project will provide electricity to the existing customers in the area near the array through New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG).


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Ramada Rock Hill sale pending

ROCK HILL, NY — In an April 8 letter from Randy Resnick, co-owner of the Ramada Rock Hill at Sullivan Center, Resnick confirmed that the Ramada hotel is under contract to be sold. The letter said the Resnick Group is proud of the facility they created, but they always knew it was an investment.


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Wayne County Commissioner Joseph Adams, left, posing with the 2018 Pike/Wayne Envirothon overall winning team, the Wayne Highlands School District Spudsters from Honesdale High School: Matthew Wherman, Emma Olver, Camille Stanton, Lora Protzman, Madison Palmer, advisor Michelle Tonkin and Wayne 

Pike/Wayne Envirothon to be held April 25

PIKE and WAYNE COUNTIES, PA ― The 33rd annual Pike/Wayne Envirothon will be held April 25 at the Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center in Hawley. This one-day educational competition for high school students is designed to test their knowledge, skills and problem solving capabilities regarding our earth’s natural resources.


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Standing on the Senate floor are Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin, left, Sen. Lisa Baker, Luzerne County District Attorney Stephanie Salavantis and Michael Piecuch, the Snyder County District Attorney

Baker welcomes district attorneys

HARRISBURG, NY — A group of prosecutors visited the Pennsylvania Senate on April 8 as part of their legislative outreach efforts with the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association. They met with Sen. Lisa Baker, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, to discuss pertinent issues.


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Highland adopts new zoning law

ELDRED, NY — Three years and four drafts after the process began, the Highland Town Board adopted a new zoning law at their recessed and reconvened March meeting on March 26. Supervisor D.J. “Jeff” Haas, thanked all who worked on the draft, highlighting councilmen Fred Bosch, Jim Hanson and former Councilman Scott Hallock.

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