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December 2013

Tusten discusses buying Narrowsburg School

At the Tusten Town Council meeting in November, the council members discussed the possibility of the town buying the abandoned Narrowsburg School and its 14-acre lot. The school closed and was boarded up in 2005, and is being sold by John Hector Realty.  Read more

Liberty ambulance moves to new building

As Town of Liberty residents became aware that Mobilemedic EMS had moved out of the old volunteer ambulance building, Supervisor Charlie Barbuti began getting phone calls.  Read more

A new slate roof at 75

At a ceremony on November 20, Superintendent Dr. Nancy Hackett handed out heavy pieces of slate of the type used to repair the roof at the Jeffersonville School. Among those honored with their very own bit of history were former superintendent Dr. Ken Hilton and the first superintendent of the Sullivan West Central School District, Mike Johndrow.  Read more

Roscoe Beer gets brewer’s permit

After a long wait, Roscoe Beer Company has announced the approval of its brewer’s permit, along with plans for expansion. The company can now begin to plan to build a larger brewery either at its 145 Rockland Rd. location or another location in Roscoe. The company also plans new brews with input from members of their home brewers club.  Read more

Corbett signs betting pool legislation

HARRISBURG, PA — Gov. Tom Corbett has signed into law legislation originally introduced by Sen. Lisa Boscola that legalizes small sports betting pools.  Read more

Knockout game legislation in PA

HARRISBURG, PA — Legislation that would classify attacks related to violent “games,” such as “the knockout game” or “slap cam,” as aggravated assault is being introduced in the state House of Representatives, said Rep. Kevin Haggerty, a Democrat and prime sponsor of the bill. The offense would be graded as a first-degree misdemeanor.  Read more

Gunther: re-register for STAR

Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther is reminding New York homeowners who receive the Basic School Tax Relief (STAR) Exemption that they have to re-register for the exemption by December 31 to continue to receive it.  Read more

Pennsylvania’s new gas tax

HARRISBURG, PA — Pennsylvania officials have taken pains to explain that House Bill 1060, which Gov. Tom Corbett calls “the most comprehensive piece of state transportation legislation in decades,” is actually getting rid of one tax.  Read more

Santa ushers in the holiday season in Jeffersonville

REGION — Santa Claus helped mark the beginning of the holiday season in the Upper Delaware River Valley with an appearance at the 19th annual James Dworetsky Holiday Parade in Jeffersonville on November 27.

It was just one of many holiday-themed events that occurred over the past week in the area. For a look at the many emerging sights of Christmas and Chanukah go to Jonathan Fox’s column and see our events calendar.

Wayne tax bills to go unchanged in 2014

Wayne County will be spending a little more in 2014, but property owners’ county tax bills will not increase.  Read more