Businessman Tim Lies said, “I come here from Kansas, land of the Wizard of Oz, and we certainly are not strangers to tornados and damage, but I’ve never seen anything quite like what we saw, driving down from Albany, the rivers out of their banks, the flooding, the school closings.” Read more
Autobiography of Tennessee William's life at Eugene D. Nesin Theatre, 3pm, adults $20, seniors $15, students $10. 845/794-1194.
Autobiography of Tennessee William's life at Eugene D. Nesin Theatre, 8pm, adults $20, seniors $15, students $10. 845/794-1194.
Music, snacks & sharing at Recovery Center Gerry Conference Center Room, 4-7pm. 845/794-8080, ext. 117.
Info on long-term care services in Sullivan County in legislative committee room, Gov't Center, 3-4:30pm. 845/807-0257.
Current county legislators & candidates running for those seats invited for 3-minute views/opinions in the Legislative hearing room, Gov't Center, 10am. Q&A follows. 845/985-7901.
United Way of Sullivan County, 10am-3pm, rain or shine. 845/794-1771.
Mr. Willy's Restaurant, 9/14, presentation & memorial service by Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County 11am, lunch 12noon, $20. RSVP by 9/9: 845/434-6854 or 794-7869.
Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau announced that New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG) will distribute another round dry ice and bottled water to their customers that remain out of power from the impacts associated with Hurricane Irene. The distribution points are as follows from 12:00 noon today while supplies last.
1. Fallsburg Police Department 19 Railroad Avenue, South Fallsburg (845) 434-4422.
2. White Lake Fire House on Route 17B in White Lake.
3. White Sulpher Springs Fire House on Route 52 in White Sulpher Springs. Read more
Sullivan County manager David P. Fanslau declared a state of emergency in Sullivan County effective 12:01 am, Sunday, August 28, 2011 and to continue through 5:00 pm, Monday, August 29, 2011. A state of emergency is issued under Article 2B of New York State Executive Law. The County of Sullivan is communicating with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service to discuss the potential track of the storm. Read more