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The restoration of the Liberty Theater will be advanced with a $1 million grant from New York State.
 

Sullivan projects receive $2.5 million

MONTICELLO, NY— Gov. Cuomo’s office has announced grants totaling $2.5 million, which will go to restore three properties in the towns of Rockland and Liberty and the Village of Liberty. The grants, from a project called Restore New York Communities Initiative, were announced on March 26.


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An angler drops a line at the Pepacton Reservoir. 
 

Reservoirs open for fishing

NEW YORK STATE —  The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) wants to remind the public that now that trout season has begun anglers have the opportunity to fish at the its reservoirs or dozens of other properties it owns with access to streams rivers and lakes in the Catskill Mountains and the Hudson Valley.

Funding for widening Route 17

ALBANY, NY — When the New York State Legislature finalized the state budget on March 31, one of the elements was $5 million that will go to pay for environmental and design activities for Route 17. Specifically, the money will be used for a project that will expand the highway to three lanes in each direction.

The race for PA’s Eighth

PA EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT — Residents of Wayne and Pike counties, which are in the Pennsylvania Eighth Congressional District, will have a new representative in Congress next year because of the new congressional map ordered by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

NY State budget highlights

ALBANY, NY — Lawmakers in Albany approved a $168 budget on March 31, squeaking in before the April 1 deadline. High among Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s goals for the budget were elements that would soften the impact of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act passed in December 2017, which ended the full deduction of state and local taxes from federal tax payments.

Lake Huntington News 4/5

I hope everyone had a very happy Easter. I had a great time at my brother Teddy’s. Holly Schulman would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers. Holly is coming along and cannot wait to get home and be back at work.


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Mark Reinhardt, left, and Ginette Gonzales brandish protest signs as their mother and grand-mother Christine Motta is interviewed by a reporter. 
 

Krebs reinstatement protested

GLEN SPEY, NY — Scot Krebs, the former principal of the Eldred Junior/Senior High School, was reassigned to administrative duties by then-interim Superintendent Dr. John Morgano after a jury awarded a $1 million settlement to Anthony Motta Jr. in November 1017.

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