HONESDALE, PA — Tyler Hill resident Pat Robinson became the District Attorney of Wayne County on December 29, succeeding Janine Edwards, who won election last November and was sworn in as President Judge of the Wayne County Court of Common Pleas.
HAWLEY, PA — At the monthly meeting of the Hawley Borough Council held on January 2, council members learned that levee insurance coverage had been procured, at a cost of $30,920, for which no vote had been taken.
MONTICELLO, NY — One way of measuring growth in Sullivan County is to count the number of “239 reviews” the county planning department performs each year. The department is required to perform a 239 review for projects that have “potential countywide or inter-municipal significance.”
HONESDALE, PA — The January 2 annual reorganization meeting of Honesdale Borough Council had barely begun when an impasse threatened to halt it. In its first official act, the new council was unable to elect a president by majority vote, as required by law.
NARROWSBURG, NY — With snow and plunging temperatures, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) did not meet on their scheduled night last week, so an expected discussion of the regional panel’s latest funding shortage is yet to take place.
REGION — The old year ended and the new one began with a blast of Arctic air covering the region and much of the eastern part of the country. Another blast of cold air is expected to descend on the region into Friday morning.
SHOHOLA, PA — Amelia and William Pearn received a bill that says they owe the Walker Lakeshores Landowners Association (WLLA) $325 for a “Lake Assessment” and $50 as a “Membership Fee” for 2018.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Determined to benefit from past oversights and mistakes made by neighboring towns, the Cochecton Town Board continued refinement of a draft summer camp/private school zoning ordinance at its December 28 year-end meeting.
MONTICELLO, NY — One way of measuring growth in Sullivan County is to count the number of reviews the county planning department performs each year. The department is required to perform a “239 Review” for projects that have “potential countywide or inter-municipal significance.”
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Sullivan West could see the resurgence of Bulldogs football as the district spearheads the charge to downsize the required number of players on the field from 11 to eight, with numerous area schools expected to follow suit.