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Pappas Building Remembered Fondly

It was received with a twinge of sadness - your photo and article of the Pappas building’s demolition in Downsville. Helen Pappas sent it to me here in Arizona, form her Chicago home. (Her … more

Happy New Year From Board Chair

On this Christmas Eve I wanted to take a moment to reach out and wish all of you a very Happy Holiday season and offer a brief reflection on 2020. This year has proven to be the most challenging time … more

Let’s Name Names

The 12/16/20 front page piece (Walton Electeds Slam County Public Health....) got my attention, since for months I, with some help from the Hamden Supervisor, have been trying to get town-by-town … more

Don’t Quit Yet

Sick of politics? Don’t quit yet. Gov. Cuomo is still crankin’. Fresh from accelerating the collection of sales tax on internet purchases (and having us congratulate him), giving illegal … more

Feels Opportunity Squandered

To Tina Molé, Bovina Town Supervisor and Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Delaware County: Through the New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, Governor Cuomo gave … more

Who Should He Call?

I read with great disgust the letter by Krisy Gashler in last week’s Reporter. Ms. Gashler seems to be so very proud of bringing the likes of a B.L.M. protest to Delhi. Its been shown of late … more

Any Ideas?

I’m at a loss to come up with a word that can be printed in a family publication that describes what Gov. Cuomo et al are doing to us to weaken the rule of law in our communities through the … more

Open Space Preservation

A number of years ago a friend and I put together a DVD titled “Parcelizing the Catskills and the Boiled Frog Syndrome” which had to do with how the continuing parcelizing and development … more

Questions Review Process

Over the past six months, we have seen an unprecedented number of protests across the country in support of Black lives and against police brutality, including here in Delaware County, which saw a … more

Accolades For Walton Polling Place

As Americans, it is our civic duty to cast our ballots from local elections to voting for the next president of the United States. While I was waiting in line, people kept joining our line waiting to … more

Not A Stakeholder

“Blackmail!”  There, I’ve reformed the 10/14/20 Reporter headline “State Aid Threatened Over Police Reform.” “Gov. Cuomo et al want US to weaken the rule of … more

Re-engineering the Neighborhood

The article titled ‘”W.I.D.E.” in the Sept. 2, 2020 issue of The Reporter exposed the pitiable and tragic situation of a woman in Delhi who “...found herself questioning her … more

To open, or not to open, THAT is the question!

I have spent 25+ years providing a safe and healthy learning environment for staff and students in our area and took pride in doing so. I have conducted countless Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) … more

A Heartfelt Thanks To Delaware County

I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest appreciation and thanks for the outpouring of support the Sheriff’s Office has received regarding last Thursday’s protest in … more

Super Commends Law Enforcement

Today (Thursday, July 30, 2020) in Delaware County a small group of people exercised their right to peacefully protest what they have described as unfair and unlawful treatment of prisoners detained … more

A Question Of Guide Rails

With regard to the July 22, 2020 article concerning Colchester Town Council’s most recent meeting, we would like to make a brief comment. Ken Eck (Highway Supt.) determined that no hazardous or … more

Wasn’t Invited

I was inspired by the photo layout of the “BLM Mobile Rally” (Reporter 6/24/20), a drive to show support for Black Lives Matter. Since the title was in caps, I assume the support is for … more

Supports Voting By Mail

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on our families, our economy, and our elections. But Congress has the power to intervene right now. In response to safety concerns and pressure from constituents like … more

Life Is Rarely Fair

It is with sadness that I read a rant against a woman’s right to choose by one who apparently never witnessed the many cases where a safe abortion was the right thing to do. When a young woman … more

Support Local Farmers During COVID Recovery

June is National Dairy Month and right now, our dairy farmers could use our support and gratitude. Throughout the entire coronavirus pandemic, our dairy farmers have worked tirelessly to continue … more
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