The Best Sullivan County & Catskill Mountain News, Business, & Interesting Stuff 10/09/12

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Today’s Sullivan County Uncensored News: 

County native Resnick helps bring Sullivan back to life

In a county wounded by failed promises, this high-school dropout stands out. He finishes what he starts and says he is driven not only by profit, but a desire to see Sullivan County revived. “The novelty of Sullivan County is gone,” Resnick said. “We need to bring that novelty back.”

Former Monticello Mayor Anne Kaplan dead at 91

Kaplan, best-known as the owner of the famous Kaplan’s Delicatessen on Broadway, was 92 and had served as mayor in the mid-70s. “She and her husband Moe probably had the most successful restaurant in its era,” Sullivan County Commissioner of Jurors (and Monticello native) George Cooke recalled. “Anne really ran the business … very similar to the Jewish delis down in New York City.”


Sheriff’s office asks to fill slots with part-timers

The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office normally gets approval to hire five temporary deputies to deal with the summer influx of visitors. Now, Sheriff Michael Schiff is asking for off-season reinforcements – this time in response to an exodus of uniformed deputies, some to better-paying jobs at local police forces.


Letter to Editor: Why not a radio debate in Tusten race?

The two candidates running for the one seat on the Tusten Town Board have such differing opinions and ideas on how to lead our township at a crucial time in the growth of Tusten, I suggest a radio debate sponsored by either WJFF or WVOS where similar questions are asked to the candidate’s opinions…

The two candidates running for the one seat on the Tusten Town Board have such differing opinions and ideas on how to lead our township at a crucial time in the growth of Tusten, I suggest a radio debate sponsored by either WJFF or WVOS where similar questions are asked to the candidate’s opinions…


Up in Sullivan County the YEL! (Young Emerging Leaders of Sullivan County) held their annual YEL!fest at Bethel Woods Center for the Performing Arts on September 20th. The progressive social event now it’s 4th year was named “Bridge the Gap”.  It was incredibly well attended and beautifully executed by the venue host, Bethel Woods.


Two local laws will be up for public hearings before the Sullivan County Legislature next month, each dealing with the growing substance abuse problem of young people. One law would prohibit the sale and possession of synthetic cannabinoids, and the operation of a vehicle while under the influence of such drugs. The other law is a variant of “social host” laws enacted in other area counties, including neighboring Ulster. The difference is that the age of criminal responsibility will be set two years higher than age 16, which is state law..


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Clean Bathrooms mean more Business in SC

Jessica Quick Welsh: I just emailed corporate headquarters of a certain local chain store, I was appalled on the condition of not only the women’s bathroom (I will spare you the details) but the overall cleanliness of the store, you would figure with said store already having been cited for violations due to these factors amongst other ones, they would put forth extra effort to make sure they not only corrected the problem, but made extra effort to please their customers, from now on my money is in Matamoras, at least until Napanoch opens… Shame on this store, and shame on the employees for not going the extra mile…

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Recent Uncensored New York State News & Views:

Impact of fungal meningitis outbreak on New York

“It is not a flu pandemic that we were talking about a couple of years ago,” said Dr. Theresa Stephan Hains of Buffalo State Weigel Health Center. “It is very, very rare and primarily affects typically hospitalized patients who would be severely immune-suppressed for some reason. This is not a disease of the general population.”


The other side of the fracking fight

New York State has become the country’s most intense battleground in the fight over unconventional natural-gas drilling, known as fracking. Now anti-fracking activists in the Empire State are claiming a victory. They ought to think twice about what they are wishing for. Those who would ban fracking or regulate it into oblivion ignore the exceptional benefits that inexpensive natural gas can provide in the biggest environmental fight of our time – against climate change.


Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced a $7.8 million settlement with eAppraiseIT, formerly one of the nation’s largest real estate appraisal management companies, and its parent corporation, First American Corporation, for colluding with savings and loan giant Washington Mutual to inflate the values of homes. The settlement resolves charges that the corporation violated appraiser independence laws, which regulate the conduct of real estate appraisers.


New Yorkers getting a new driver’s license will have to make a choice about whether to be an organ donor, a measure meant to boost sign-ups. A bill signed into law Oct. 4 will change the language about organ donation for those applying for a license or identification card. They can currently ignore the question.

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