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Host A Child

I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Fresh Air host families and volunteer leaders the Northern Catskills Region. Because of their dedication and commitment, thousands of children from … more

Double Dipping

To: Supervisor Mark Tuthill and Members of the Town of Delhi Town Council Re: Town Highway Superintendent I am writing about the current employment situation of your Highway Superintendent, … more

End the New York City Land Grab

On Aug. 1 I was appointed as the Delaware County Public Defender. Given the fact I am working in Delhi I decided to purchase a parcel of recreational property nearby. I found the perfect parcel on … more

Del Co BOS On Notice

I would like to put the Delaware County Board of Supervisors on notice; when it’s time to prepare the next round of tax bills, don’t bother sending me one! If you folks have all that extra money … more

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Behave Yourselves When I was a young child, I was instructed ‘to behave.’ Sometimes this was a general instruction. Sometimes this was clearly spelled out at special family functions, at … more

Vote For Change In Colchester

In October 2018, the cell tower people parked a piece of heavy equipment at the bottom of our driveway for over a month. We advised Art Merrill and asked that it be removed. Art Merrill asked Officer … more

Just His Opinion?

Well, well, well. Yet another tractor trailer accident on County Highway 26. When will this road, which was probably never built for these types of vehicles, become off limits YEAR ROUND for 18 … more

He’s Back!

Approximatelyve years ago I completed afive year-long criminal justice investigation of Delaware County due to what I have observed as bizarre County conduct by some of the elected officials who were … more

Walton - Again A Destination

Warm congratulations to our West Branch Artists in the first annual “Walton Art Walk” this past weekend! Their energies and vision in organizing this exceptional cultural event in our … more

In Response To Medical Marijuana Podcast...

After listening to The Reporter’s podcast on medical marijuana, I to agree with Jeff Held’s question on The Reporter’s Facebook page asking why the report was linking recreational marijuana and … more

Documents, please.

It is very kind for elected officials to offer to discuss concerns and issues. The offer has been declined because documents speak more effectively than discussions. The payments that have been … more

Deceivers Among Us

I need to use up my two-inthirty day letter quota to retort Mr. Gashler’s letter (Immigrants Create Jobs, The Reporter, 7/10/19). I have no problem with his expressing his wrongheaded opinions, and … more

Immigrants Create Jobs

I’d like to respond to Joel Canfield’s letter on the protest to end the separation of families at our Southern border and the completely unnecessary abuse being inflicted on thousands of children … more

Letting Them In Is Not Appropriate

First, allow me to correct a front page headline, “Delhi Protests Separation of Migrant Families” [The Reporter 7/3/19]: “Separation of Invader Families Protested in Delhi”. Delhi did not … more

Would Have Spoken With Canfield

I do so wish Mr. Canfield could have parked his truck and spoken with us at the demonstration of June 28. Several people would have been happy to talk to him. I think that he assumed much. … more

He Would Be In the Stocks

On Friday afternoon of last week, on my way to pick up lumber, I noticed a phalanx of liberal protesters on the steps of the county office building. This encounter was extremely frustrating for me as … more

Dear Walton Mayor Steve Condon,

The latest issue of The (Walton) Reporter indicated that your bowling alley is possibly due to be demolished. We all know that money is tight but I would not like to see the building demolished but … more

Sidney Super Suggests French

The office of town clerk is a critical component of the town operation. It’s overall operations are far more complex and comprehensive than most of us are aware. We have been fortunate to have … more

Sidney Super Suggests French

The office of town clerk is a critical component of the town operation. It’s overall operations are far more complex and comprehensive than most of us are aware. We have been fortunate to have … more

Letter to the Editor

Big Doings In A Small Town Living in a small community certainly has its good points and not so good points, but you sure can’t beat rural America. After tragedy strikes, everyone … more
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