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November 2012

SUNY SULLIVAN POSTPONES VISIT OF COLLEGE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Loch Sheldrake, NY (November 2, 2012) - The first of four finalists for the position of SUNY Sullivan college president, Dr. Ralph Ford, will not be visiting campus on Monday, November 5. This also means that the Community Forum with the candidate scheduled for that day has been postponed.  Read more

Transportation to and from shelter facilities for showers and food available

Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau issued the following statement: “A limited State of Emergency remains in effect through 12:01 AM Saturday to permit County officials to continue to coordinate efforts with the Public Works crews and utilities crews to open County and Town Roads. We will have a conference call with County and Town Highway officials at 4:00 PM this afternoon, and we had a call at 7:30 this morning for County and Town Highway officials.  Read more

Wayne County shower & re-charging facilities

The following facilities are available to anyone who is without power and in need of a place to shower, clean-up & re-charge their cell phones, IPods, or laptop computers. You can also bring empty water jugs and re-fill containers. Please bring your own toiletries (soap, towel, wash cloth, etc…..)  Read more

Shower & Re-Charge In Wayne County

Certain locations are open for Wayne County residents to use for showers and re-charing of cell phones, laptops and other portable electronics. You can also bring water jugs and containers to refill water.  Read more

NYSEG update

From Sullivan County Officials: NYSEG representatives anticipate the majority of power restoration will take place by midnight on Sunday. NYSEG crews are dispersed throughout Sullivan County repairing the major transmission lines and completing repairs to substations. NYSEG crews have also teamed up with town highway departments to complete the opening of roads for emergency vehicles. Once this phase of repair is completed, restoration to individual homes and business will follow thereafter.  Read more

Update from SUNY Sullivan

The fallout from Hurricane Sandy continues to affect our campus, and the following bullet points are the most recent information from administration. These include the cancellations of highly advertised events that would have been held this coming weekend.  Read more

Road update for Wayne & Pike counties

PIKE COUNTY
I-84 East Rest Area - Site 61, Promised Land, Pike County, closed until further notice

I-84 West Rest Area - Site 62, Promised Land, Pike County, closed until further notice

SR 402 is closed in both directions between Thunder Swamp Road and Silver Lake Road in Porter due to downed trees.

SR 409 is closed in both directions between Pine Flats Road and Silver Lake Road in Porter due to a downed tree.

SR 434 is closed in both directions between Shohola Falls Road and McKean Valley Road in Shohola for a downed pole and utilities.  Read more

Sullivan County roads update

Emergency Operations Center, Bethel, NY - Sullivan County David Fanslau issued the following statement: "The following County Roads remain closed: CR 31 in Glen Spey; CR 44 in Sackett Lake; CR 173 in Monticello and Bridgeville; CR 162 in Yankee Lake; CR 94 in Mileses/Hankins; and CR 95 in Obernburg. CR 56 is now closed due to wires down near the Mamakating Transfer Station.  Read more

Sullivan roads, warming stations, dry ice

Emergency Operations Center, Bethel, NY - Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau issued the following statement: "A limited State of Emergency remains in effect through 12:01 AM Saturday to permit County officials to continue to coordinate efforts with the Public Works crews and utilities crews to open County and Town Roads. We had a conference call with County and Town Highway officials at 7:30 AM this morning, and a call is scheduled for this afternoon for County and Town officials.  Read more

Monticello Village offices closed through November 5

An electrical malfunction on October 31st at about mid-day caused the closure of Monticello Village administrative offices, a direct consequence of damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy.

Police, Code Enforcement, Public Works, and Water and Sewer Departments all remain open and are intently focused on storm cleanup, according to Mayor Gordon Jenkins.

All offices are expected to open on Monday, November 5th.