Sullivan development projects

MONTICELLO, NY — The project that’s towering over everything else in Sullivan County, in terms of economic development, is the Resorts World Catskills, the casinos slated to open in March 2018, which are currently seeking to fill 1,400 jobs. But there are also other projects going forward.

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Wayne Memorial Hospital celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony on December 7 for the new location of its outpatient rehabilitation services. Posing are Archie Henderson and wife Judy; Wayne Memorial CEO David Hoff; Wayne Memorial Hospital/Health System Board Chairman Dirk Mumford; Wayne Memorial Director of Ancillary Services James Hockenbury; Julia Blaskiewicz, physical therapist; Terri Henderson, occupational therapist and manager of rehabilitation services; Brandon Stone, physical therapist; Gail Bradley, Greater Honesdale Partnership (GHP) executive director; GHP board members Patti Bursis, Brian Batten and Jolie Motichka; Jeff Hiller, GHP board president; Dustin Werner-Fazio, GHP board member; Karen Stumpo, occupational therapist; Nancy Johannes, rehabilitations; Heather Ceccarelli, speech therapist; Alyssa Young, rehabilitation aide.

Wayne Rehabilitation Services opens

HONESDALE, PA — Some 60 people turned out for the re-opening of Wayne Memorial Hospital’s new outpatient rehabilitation services at 190 Delaware St. The staff was formerly located at the Stourbridge Complex on Maple Avenue.

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Judy Romich, seated center, and Pat Biondo were recognized at the December 7 Wayne County Commissioners’ meeting. Also pictured are commissioners Wendell Kay, seated, Brian Smith, standing left, Wayne County President Judge Raymond Hamill, and Commissioner Joseph Adams.

Retiring Romich and Biondo honored

HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County’s two veteran jury commissioners were honored upon their upcoming retirement.

Judy Romich and Pat Biondo were lauded for their length and quality of service at the December 7 county commissioners’ meeting. Romich leaves after 24 years, while Biondo served for 17 years.

A discussion of fracking

NARROWSBURG, NY — Hydrogeologist David Yoxtheimer P.G. on December 7 made a presentation on unconventional natural gas development, hydraulic fracturing – fracking – impacts in the Susquehanna River Valley and what “probably won’t happen here in the Delaware Valley,” he said.

Lake Huntington News 12/14

What an amazing night! I just came back from Narrowsburg, where the Santa Express arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Claus were there with Frosty, Rudolph, gingerbread people, Jingle Bear, Buddy the Elf, three female elves, the Snow Queen and Olaf from “Frozen.” When the Snow Queen sang “Let It Go,” everyone was belting it out with her.



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