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Supervisors To Vote On Additional Rescue Fund Projects

DELAWARE COUNTY - Delaware County’s American Rescue Plan Act Committee approved three proposed projects on Tuesday, Jan. 18 which will be voted on by supervisors on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 1 … more

Stamford Village Hall Temporarily Shuttered by Covid Concerns

STAMFORD - Stamford Trustees met on Jan. 18 and after much discussion, closed village hall to the public until Jan. 24, due to escalating Covid-positive cases. more

Helios Care Announces Staff Promotions

In recognition of their exceptional contributions to our organization, Helios Care announced the promotions of several staff members. Kelly McGraw has been promoted to chief operating officer with … more

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County-Wide Trustee Seats Up For Election

DELAWARE COUNTY - Village elections are coming up in March, and many villages across the county will have seats up for grabs. The villages of Stamford, Delhi, Franklin, Hobart, Hancock, Walton, … more

State Healthcare Booster Mandate: Counties Fear Staff Shortages

DELAWARE COUNTY - According to a Jan. 14 update posted from Delaware County Public Health (DCPH), Delaware County had 650 new positive active cases since the last update Jan. 8. On Jan. 14 there were … more

Hobart Applies For Police Officer Grant

HOBART - Hobart Mayor Aaron Kaufman reported to village trustees that he has submitted a grant application to the Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation to fund a police officer position for the villages of … more

Bovina Prepares For Court Ruling On Cannabis Petition

BOVINA - The Delaware County Supreme Court is expected to rule on an objection to the certification of a petition for a referendum on allowing cannabis in the Bovina, it was announced at the Bovina … more

Middletown Supervisor Decries CWC Tax Exempt Challenge

MIDDLETOWN - A protracted lawsuit between Middletown and the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) over $163,000 in unpaid taxes... more

Delhi Flood Prevention Project Complete

* This article is reprinted, with permission from Castagna and the US Army Corp of Engineers. It has been edited for length and clarity. DELHI - Matthew Krzyston, a Delhi councilmember, grew up … more

NYS Appellate Court Hears Former DelCo DSS Commissioner Lawsuit Against County

ALBANY - The New York State Appellate Court heard arguments on Jan. 5 from attorney Ronald Dunn, representing former Delaware County Department of Social Services Commissioner Dana Scuderi-Hunter, … more

Correction

In the Dec. 23 edition of The Reporter it was incorrectly reported in the article “Highway Equipment Acquisition Plagues Meredith” that the position of dog control officer pays $16,000 … more

DelCo Businesses Can Be Reimbursed to Hire Staff

Delaware County Department of Economic Development in partnership with CDO Workforce has announced a “Train to Work” Initiative, which will reimburse Delaware County businesses for hiring … more

Free NARCAN Training In Walton Feb. 5

The Uplands Center, in partnership with Delaware Opportunities Supplies for Life Program, will host a free, 30 minute NARCAN (naloxone) training on Saturday, Feb. 5 from 11 a.m. - noon. Narcan is … more

Kortright Organizes for 2022

KORTRIGHT - Kortright councilmembers held their 2022 organizational meeting on Saturday, Jan. 1. The following appointments and designations were made: • Stephen Tucker, planning board … more

Meredith Organizes for 2022

MEREDITH - Meredith councilmembers held the 2022 organizational meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 11, and made the following annual designations and appointments: • John Janiszewski, deputy … more

Stamford Organizes for 2022

STAMFORD - The town of Stamford held its organizational meeting on Jan. 12. Supervisor John Kosier reported state CHIPs (Consolidated Highway Improvement Program) funding in the amount of $306,000, … more

EMS Services Discussed In Kortright

KORTRIGHT - Paid emergency medical (ambulance) service (EMS) was a topic of conversation at the Kortright Council meeting held Monday, Jan. 17. more

DEP Releases 2021 Wastewater Plant Inspection Report

DELAWARE COUNTY - The New York City Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Supply (DEP) released its annual wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) inspection results for 2021. According to … more
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