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CWC Approves Septic Replacements

The Catskill Watershed Corp. (CWC) Board of Directors approved several septic system replacements on Feb. 4.The CWC Board of Directors awarded funding for the repair or replacement of 15 septic … more

Grant Opportunities For Organizations Serving Walton

The Community Foundation for South Central New York (CFSCNY) announced Feb. 5 a grant opportunity for organizations serving Walton. “The Paul G. and Miriam B. Mattern Fund is now accepting … more

Site For New Franklin Town Offices Reveals Unexpected Expenses

The Franklin Town Board met on Feb. 4 for its regular monthly meeting. Supervisor Jeff Taggart told the board that the office building project is “Creeping along, but the property the town … more

Hamden Board Takes Care of Business As Usual

The town of Hamden board held its regular monthly meeting on Feb. 5.  The garage thermostats have been checked and are working correctly and there are battery kill switches in place on the … more

Delhi Telephone Turns On Franklin Fiber Optic Network

The long-awaited Delhi Telephone fiber optic network has begun service in the town of Franklin. Crews strung cable last year throughout the town, including many areas that only had internet … more

‘Turn Left’ Campaign, NYS Senator Seward Featured at Belleayre

New York State Senator James Seward, representing New York’s 52nd Senatorial District, which includes a portion of Delaware County, was the featured speaker at the Delaware County Chamber of … more

Correction

In last week’s Reporter, in the story titled “DelCo Supervisors Make Appointments, Recreate DSS Position,” we incorrectly reported the date of the upcoming supervisors meeting as … more

Correction

Following a town of Delhi meeting, we reported on community concerns regarding Maria Schermerhorn’s business Delhi Community Compost and an apparent rat infestation at the waste management … more

Public Input Needed For Delhi Housing Needs Assessment

The village of Delhi will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at the Delaware Academy High School cafeteria at 6 p.m. for the purpose of receiving public input in regards to a housing needs … more

Colchester Hears Road Condition Concerns, Waits for FEMA Reimbursement

The Colchester Town Board listened as resident and farmer Dan Shaw outlined problems created on his property as a result of the Tiffany Hollow culvert replacement on Gregory Hollow … more

Delaware County IDA Organizes For 2020, Elects Officers

DELHI - The Delaware County Industrial Development Agency seated 2020 officers at its annual organizational meeting held on Jan. 24. Appointed for one year terms are: James Thomson of Delhi as … more

Getting Married In the Mountains: 2020 Trends in Catskills Weddings

The former Catskill Game Farm has just reopened as a restaurant and wedding venue. The Telegraph newspaper in London, England published an article last month about the wonders of the whimsical new … more

Village of Delhi Allowed Discrepancies, Comptroller Says

DELHI - An audit by the New York State Comptroller’s Office of the village of Delhi, covering the period from Jan. 1, 2014 to Jan. 31, 2019, resulted in a finding that trustees and the mayor … more

Fundamentals Of Social Media Success For Farms, Food Businesses

A social media and digital workshop will be taught by Lisa Wisely of Blue Spark Creative Services on Thursday, Feb. 13.Session 1, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., will explore social media platforms to use … more

Senator Seward To Retire at Year’s End

State Senator James L. Seward announced on Jan. 20 that he will be retiring from the senate at the end of 2020 and will not seek re-election.  “I have decided not to seek reelection in … more

Crouch Will Not Seek Re-Election In 2020

Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch announced in a Jan. 16 press release that he will not be seeking re-election in 2020, ending a 25-year career in the state Assembly and 34-year career dedicated to the … more

Rep. Delgado Launches Second Year of Valentines Program

U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado launched the second year of his 19th Congressional District “Valentines for Veterans” program to collect and distribute Valentine’s Day cards to … more

State Calls For Applications For Telemedicine Funds

New York State is investing in telemedicine. The Governor’s office has announced a total of $930,000 will be made available through the Office of Substance Addiction Services and Supports … more

Tractor & Machinery Operators’ Course

Delaware County Cornell Cooperative Extension will offer a tractor and machinery operators’ certification course beginning Thursday, Feb. 20 at the extension building, 34570 State Hwy 10, suite … more

Bainbridge Receives Grant For Sewer Study

The village of Bainbridge is taking a closer look at its sewer system, thanks to a $30,000 New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation grant. Bainbridge Mayor Phillip Wade said the … more
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