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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) & Air Duct Cleaning

January 28, 2013

Adult & Continuing Education center, Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays until May 17, 6–9:30pm. Cost: $999. Visit www.scboces.org or 845/295-4900 or 845/791-4070.

Fish fry dinner

February 13, 2013

Fish fry dinner sponsored by the Monticello Kiwanis Club, at the Monticello Elks Lodge, 46 North St., 5-7pm. Fish prepared by Tastefully British. Cost: $l2/person. Eat in or take out. Tickets sold at door. 845/794-7050.

Rouis calls for change in county government; Opposition seeks separate legal representation

There is a split in the Sullivan County Legislature, but it doesn’t run along party lines. Instead, it pits four legislators who want county manager David Fanslau to remain in office for at least the next two years, against five legislators who want him to leave.

At a news conference at the government center on January 3, legislator Jonathan Rouis, the former legislative chair, called for the establishment of a charter revision committee to study the notion of changing the county government to one that would have a county executive, as is the case in Orange and Ulster counties.  Read more

CDL Commercial Driver Training Permit & Preparation

January 26, 2013
February 2, 2013

At 22 St. Johns Street, 8:30am-4:30pm. Call the Adult and Continuing Education Program at 845/295-4900 or 845/791-4070.

Mohegan Sun (Pocono Downs) Casino trip

March 23, 2013

Bus leaves Apollo Plaza at 8:15am. Sponsored by Monticello Kiwanis Club. $30 per person includes free play-$25 plus $l0 food coupon. 845/794-7050 or 845/794-2888.

Book discussion

January 30, 2013

The Catskill Mountain Chapter of Hadassah will be having a book discussion at Temple Sholom, 7pm. The book being discussed is "I Am Forbidden" by Anouk Markovits, which is available at amazon.com or your local library. The discussion is open to all and light refreshments will be served. RSVP: 845/794-3962 or lauren.miller13@gmail.com or 845/557-6593 or shain@frontiernet.net.

Judge Schick sworn in; From legal aid to the bench

The swearing in of Judge Stephen Schick offered a look back at 30 years of jurisprudence in Sullivan County. Schick, who had served as executive director of Sullivan County Legal Aid and as a legal aid attorney, was sworn into office on December 29, at the county court house in Monticello. He is now New York State Supreme Court Justice for the Third Judicial District, which serves Sullivan County, as well as Ulster, Green, Albany, Schoharie, Rensselaer and Columbia counties.  Read more

Monticello man arrested

Monticello police arrested Anthony Garrett, 26, of Monticello on December 27. Garrett was charged with felony scheme to defraud in the first degree. Garrett was arrested at 9:45 p.m. on Broadway after police received a complaint that Garrett was soliciting for donations for the IBAM boxing club. Garrett had no affiliation with the boxing club. A person who was affiliated with the club saw what Garrett was doing and alerted Monticello police. When arrested, Garrett had a clipboard with IBAM flyers and a sheet of paper with the names of 13 people listing them as donating funds.  Read more

Stephan Schick sworn in as judge

At a gathering of members of the Sullivan County legal profession, along with politicians, business people and assorted movers and shakers, Stephan Schick, who served as the executive director of Sullivan County Legal Aid and was a legals aid attorney for nearly 30 years, was sworn in as a New York State Supreme Court Justice for the Third Judicial District, which serves Sullivan County as well as Ulster, Green, Albany, Schoharie, Rensselaer and Columbia.  Read more

Elks Lodge pancake breakfast

January 13, 2013

Monticello Elks Lodge #1544 all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast on, 7am-noon at the Lodge on North St. The menu includes pancakes, French toast, eggs, bacon, sausages and potatoes. Proceeds will be utilized for the beautification of the Lodge. $8 for adults, $4 for kids 12 and under and kids under 5 are free. 845/807-2858.

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