Volunteers needed to help wrap toys for kids at the Federation for the Homeless, 4pm. Bring scissors, tape and a roll of paper. Email email@example.com.
“The Fly,” a short story by Katherine Mansfield, will be discussed at the next meeting of the great books discussion program at the E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.
"The Fly," a short story by Katherine Mansfield, will be discussed at the next meeting of the great books discussion program at the E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.
7pm at the Landfield Avenue Synagogue. $5 cover charge. RSVP contact Brenda 917-509-2928, Dena 845-434-7075 or Mindy 845-798-8091.
For years, the wisdom of the street said that it’s easier to sign up for benefits like food stamps in Sullivan County than it is in other locations. At a meeting of the county legislature on November 15, Randy Parker, the newly installed commissioner of the Department of Family Services (DFS), indicated that the perception of ease among potential applicants is, in fact, true. Read more
From Bethel Woods Center for the Arts to the Discovery Center, nonprofit organizations play a large role in Sullivan County, and all of the nonprofits were invited to the first annual Sullivan Nonprofit Summit in March 2011. Read more
The organization that has been responsible for promoting tourism in Sullivan County for the past decade will retain that responsibility at least through 2013. The legislature voted seven to two to award the contract to the Sullivan County Visitors Association (SCVA) rather than the new company that sought to fill the role, Sullivan County Tourism and Promotion (SCTP). Read more
The utility companies that provide electricity to Sullivan County have been busy repairing downed power lines and issuing press releases chronicling their progress. By the morning of November 5, NYSEG reported that there were about 4,800 costumers without power in Sullivan County, down from a high of 24,000. Orange and Rockland reported 1,900 customers in the county were still without power, down from a high of more than 6,500. Read more
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.
Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau issued the following statement: "The National Weather Service (NWS) in Binghamton has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Sullivan County. Hurricane Sandy will move north along the Eastern Seaboard over the weekend.This powerful storm may ultimately impact the Northeast with the potential for locally heavy rainfall and high winds beginning on Monday and continuing through midweek." Read more