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Lake Huntington


November 1, 2011

Sullivan West Senior High choir performs "Americana," a tribute to 9/11, in the high school cafeteria, 7pm. $5 suggested, veterans free. 845/932-8401, ext. 1273.

Election Day take-out chicken BBQ

November 8, 2011

Sponsored by Cochecton Republican Club in Gasko & Meyers parking lot, 4-7pm, $9, ½ chicken $6. Tickets: 845/252-7363.

Cochecton Democrat rally

November 6, 2011

Food & dancing to live music by Micky Barnett at the Nutshell, 4-8pm, $20/person, $30/couple. All welcome. Tickets: 845/932-8569.

Hunter education class

October 1, 2011

Red Fox Game Preserve hunter training class at the old town hall through 10/2, 8:30am. RSVP & receive manual at Cochecton Mills, 845/932-8282. Info: 631/968-8210.

End-of-summer party

September 10, 2011

Happy hour, comedy show, socializing & mingling at The Nutshell, 7pm-12am.

Opera: 'Eugene Onegin'

July 22, 2011
July 23, 2011

Drama sung in Russian to the music of Tchaikovsky at Sullivan West High School Performing Arts Center, 8pm, $25, students $10. 845/887-5980.

Funktional Flow performs

July 16, 2011

Pre-Further/Bethel Woods show at Tony's Place on the Lake, 1:30-5:30pm, free.

Road Use Agreement unveiled

What is an Equivalent Single Axel Load or ESAL? It’s the basic method that may be used by some Sullivan County towns to determine if truck traffic related to a given project, whether it is gas drilling or construction of a mall, is likely to damage town roads, and if so, what the town should collect from the responsible party to repair those damages.  Read more

Public hearing/information session

June 30, 2011

Re: proposed Local Road Preservation Program for the towns of Bethel, Callicoon, Cochecton, Delaware, Highland, Lumberland, Rockland & Tusten at Sullivan West HS auditorium, 7pm. 845/807-0529.

Cochecton residents want protection from gas drilling

Cochecton resident Allan Rubin said gas drilling may never come to Cochecton, but, then again, it might. He added, “The town board has taken a neutral position on natural gas; this is not acceptable. There is activity in other towns that would maintain local discretion about whether to allow heavy industrial development.”

The comment, made at a public hearing at the Cochecton Town Hall on June 16, was one of several by residents that criticized the official position of the town board that it should maintain strict neutrality regarding gas drilling.  Read more

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