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Felons and speed demons

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “Eighty-five percent of drivers passing the new speedminder were driving at or below 36 miles per hour, where the posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour,” said supervisor Gary Maas’ at the February 14 meeting of the Cochecton Town Board.

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The final steel beam, weighing 1,500 pounds and 37 feet in length, was hoisted into place at the Kartrite Hotel and Indoor Water Park on February 16.

Topping-off ceremony at waterpark

MONTICELLO, NY — The Kartrite Hotel and Indoor Waterpark, which is on schedule to open in early 2019, celebrated the completion of the structural phase of the project with a topping-off ceremony on February 16.

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The gerrymandering fight in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, PA — On Feb. 13, Gov. Tom Wolf rejected the new congressional district maps submitted by Republcan leadership. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will now draw up its own verrsion of the maps, if the Wolf and the Republicans don’t agree to a new map plan by Feb. 15.  That’s the latest move in the battle over the gerrymandered maps.

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Dr. John Morgano, left, acknowledges applause from the audience after taking the oath of office as district superintendent. School board members Carol Bliefernich, Amador Laput, Allyson Wagner and Brian Siegal look on.  

Eldred School Board appoints superintendent

ELDRED, NY — The Eldred School Board enthusiastically and unanimously approved the appointment of Dr. John Morgano as district superintendent at its February meeting. Morgano has served as Interim Superintendent since October 2017.



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