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Chairman Town of Callicoon Republican Committee To the editor: After 40 consecutive years of a Democrat occupying the Assembly seat in the 100th District, voters have the chance … more
Swan Lake To the editor: In a recent article about the Swan Lake sewer omits to mention three vital questions that taxpayers in the sewer district have been asking for the last three years: … more
Monticello To the editor: June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, an excellent time to recognize and thank Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther for the many ways she has supported … more
Parksville To the editor: From a line from one of my favorite James Bond movies, “Let the game begin.” This is in reference to the upcoming election for State Assembly in the … more
Beach Lake, PA To the editor: When are our representatives in Washington going to realize that they work for us, the American taxpayers, not the wannabe dictator, convicted felon individual … more
Jeffersonville To the editor: I have been a firefighter, commissioner and chief at Jeffersonville Fire Department for 60 years. In that time I have seen many improvements in firefighter … more
Monticello To the editor: The Monticello School District is proposing a budget for this 2024-25 year in the amount of $100,277,426. Yes, that’s over $100 million, while the last … more
Liberty To the editor: “For many years, the residents of Swan Lake have worked very hard to maintain the purity of the waters and natural environment and enhanced the beauty of the … more
Sicklerville, NJ To the editor: Regarding the Liberty Litterpluck photo in the April 26th issue of the paper. I was appalled, but not surprised, at the amount of trash bags collected for … more
Beach Lake, PA To the editor:    What in the world is going on with our Congress?   We elect congressmen to go to Washington to represent us and, by the way, we pay them … more
Astoria To the editor: Everytime I tune in to watch a weather forecast the information for Monticello is blank. Why can’t the weather service in Monticello report live information. … more
Rock Hill To the editor: While county legislators take up concerns with the ethics board, will they take up concerns to better police themselves?   Even when a jury found the … more
Parksville To the editor: There has been significant “buzz” about the increasing costs of a four-year college education and the emphasis of two-year degrees or trade/vocational … more
Rhinebeck To the editor: What are we to make of the recent action by the U.S. Senate? I’m referring to the action where the Senate voted to give a free pass and drop the House of … more
Jeffersonville To the editor: Regarding the April 23rd issue cover mention of the fallen house on 17B and Pucky Huddle Road. It was never a toll house. Many people believe it was, but our … more
Liberty To the editor: “Crowd shows up in support of Devany Rd. project’s builder” Derek Kirk’s report on the Town of Liberty Board Meeting on April 1 which I … more
Swan Lake To the editor: Thank you to Tom Bose for his eloquent letter about   the deadly and dangerous bail reform laws.     Ira Zolchonock,   a lifelong resident … more
Sullivan County   Association of Supervisor’s To the editor: Dear Gov. Hochul, The Association of Supervisor’s of Sullivan County voted unanimously on April 3, … more
Hurleyville To the editor: Widening Rt 17 just won’t work--what the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) needs to do is to go back to the drawing board and rethink the Rt … more
Woodridge To the editor: Page 6A today (4/9) shows a bird I have known all my life but have never called a blue cardinal. What happened to the blue jay???? Why this name?? more
Claryville To the editor: I am writing in solidarity with Third Act and Catskill Mountainkeeper to urge our Governor Hochul not to approve the widening of Route 17 in Orange and Sullivan … more
Youngsville To the editor: Many of you reading this know me as the longtime Supervisor of the Town of Callicoon, the Vice President of the County Supervisors Association and the Vice … more
IOU President Liberty To the editor: We of Interfaith Outreach United Inc. (IOU) heartily agree with your editorial of March 26 urging the governor to approve more funding for the … more
Woodbourne To the editor: Attending legislative meetings lately has become a bit like following the White Rabbit down that dark hole. A legislator who had run for office only 4 months ago … more
Parksville To the editor: It appears that there is a “new sheriff in town” named Louis Ingrassia who is running for the recently vacated State Assembly position for Sullivan … more
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