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Tri-Valley Central School District Budget, Capital Project & School Board Member Vote

The Tri Valley Central School District will be holding a PUBLIC HEARING for the proposed school 2019-2020 budget on May 7th at 7pm. The information for the $11,000,000.00 Capital Project should be discussed at that time. School Board candidates will … Continue reading

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Special Vote to Sell a Fire Truck

SPECIAL ELECTIONS OF THE CLARYVILLE FIRE DISTRICT MAY 14TH, 2019 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Claryville Fire District, are hereby holding a Special Election on May 14,2019 between the hours of 4:30 p.m. … Continue reading

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Winter Hours R&R Center

The Refuse & Recycling Center is now on winter schedule. Sunday 12 noon to 4:00 pm. Wed. 7 am to 11 am. Fri. 1 to 6 pm.

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Free Flu Clinic

for all adults & children 6months or older. Town of Neversink Town Hall Tuesday, October 23rd , 2018 from 10 am to 1 pm

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Contractors Work Shop

NYS DEC Contractors Workshop. Brochure Info – Contractors Workshop Brochure 2018 Registration Form – Contractors Workshop Registration Form2018

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Deputy

The Town of Denning Town Board has authorized the position of Second Deputy Town Clerk. If interested please send letter of intent and resume to the Town of Denning, PO Box 277, Claryville, NY 12725 or email to townhall@denning.us Joy … Continue reading

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VIETNAM TRAVELING WAR MEMORIAL

VietNam Traveling Memorial War

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RABIES CLINIC

RABIES CLINIC Wednesday, June 6, 2018 5:30 to 7:00 PM Grahamsville Fairgrounds Pavilion Sponsored by Tri-Valley Lions Club $5.00 Donation *Bring prior rabies certificate, receive a 3-year vaccination. *No vaccine history, receive a 1-year vaccination. *All pets must be in … Continue reading

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Burn Ban!

BURN BAN from MARCH 16th  THRU MAY 14TH After that a Burn Permit is REQUIRED! Please inquire in the Town Clerk’s office during normal business hours. Joy Monforte, RMC March 26th, 2018

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Thank you!

To Ashley & Mary Beth, from the YMCA & all of the staff who donated, last week and this, to the Meal on Wheels Program last week, a huge thank you. Merry Christmas to all & a very Happy New … Continue reading

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Medicare FREE Plan Review

Please take notice: The Ulster County Office for the Aging will at the Sundown Church Hall, 3 Greenville Road, Sundown, NY 12740 on Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm. Medicare review and health plan aid will be available … Continue reading

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Bruins

Thank you, Sue, great pics!

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Central Hudson Rate Increase

Please take notice: Central Hudson is requesting a rate increase of: “21.2% increase in delivery revenues and a 11.6% increase in total revenues, which means an 7.5% increase on the total bill.” Please see calendar for public hearing and public … Continue reading

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A book about Red Hill, released by local residents.

Red Hill History Town of Denning Ulster County, NY 2015 revised 2016 By Helen & George Elias and Carl Landon The Early 1800s The first settlers labored to come to Red Hill and then struggled to survive here. This collection … Continue reading

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