At its September 25 special meeting, the Cochecton Town Board held three hearings, presented a first draft of the town’s 2014 budget and addressed several extraneous matters. Read more
Women's Community Club of Cochecton hosts "Meet The Candidates Night" at the Old Town Hall, 7pm. This is free, open to the public, and refreshments will be served. 845/252-7198.
After observing a moment of silence in honor of 9/11 fallen, the Cochecton town board raced through its September 11 monthly meeting agenda, voting unanimously on all items before it, with little or no preliminary discussion. Read more
Sullivan West high school invites all community members to its first annual Family Fun & Fitness Day at the Lake Huntington location, 10am-2pm. The class of 2014 will have a lunch concession stand available during the day. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and sneakers. 845/932-8401 ext. 1101.
The Red Fox Game Preserve will present a hunters’ training class at the Lake Huntington Firehouse, 8:30am-1pm. Preregistration is required. Sign up and receive a training manual at Cochecton Mills. 631/968-8210.
The Red Fox Game Preserve will present a hunters’ training class at the Lake Huntington Firehouse, 8:30am-4:30pm. Preregistration is required. Sign up and receive a training manual at Cochecton Mills. 631/968-8210.
The Town of Cochecton board passed two resolutions at its August 14 regular monthly meeting aimed at making Sullivan County more attractive and prosperous. One resolution endorsed pending New York State legislation designed to permit a limited number of Class III gaming facilities within the mid-Hudson region, defined to include Sullivan and Ulster counties. Another set hearing dates for review and determination of further action on decaying properties containing unsafe structures. Read more
The Cochecton Democratic Club has endorsed six candidates for November’s election. Pictured at a recent “Meet and Greet” at Tony’s on the Lake Restaurant are Steve Sauer, justice incumbent, left; Joan Glase, town council; Sullivan County chair Scott Samuelson; Dr. Paul Salzberg, town council; Craig Fine, justice incumbent. Hollye Schulman, town clerk, and Eileen Hennessy, tax collector, both incumbents, are missing from the picture, because they were busy meeting and greeting.
The Cochecton Democratic Caucus was held on July 18 at the town hall. Hollye Schulman, the incumbent town clerk, was nominated to run again for the position. Eileen Hennessy, the incumbent tax collector, was nominated again; Steven Sauer and Craig Fine, both incumbent judges, were also re-nominated. Dr. Paul Salzberg and Joan Glase were nominated to run for seats on the town board. Read more
Cochecton Democratic Club hosts "Meet and Greet Our Candidates" at Tony's on the Lake, 7-9pm. $15pp. Discussion with candidates, prizes, appetizers, cake, coffee and tea. All are welcome. 845/932-8104.