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Pike zeros out new budget

MILFORD, PA — The new Pike County budget came out on December 17 as quietly as Santa down a chimney.

No tax millage increase is called for. The 2018 plan calls for $40 million in spending, a $3.2 million reduction from the current year’s budget, which required a 1.2 mill tax increase.


TRR photo by David Hulse

Lumberland town clerk Virginia “Ginny” Horn recorded her last regular town board meeting on December 13. Horn, who has served as clerk since 2002, did not seek re-election and is retiring. “Thanks for all the years. I’m going to miss everyone, but I’m looking forward to retirement,” Horn said.

Lumberland rubbish hearing recessed to January 10

GLEN SPEY, NY — A notification problem prompted the rescheduling of a December 13 public hearing to decide the disposition of an uncollected rubbish citation at West Indian Trail in Mohican Lake.


From Left: Charles Degliomini, Exec. VP Empire Resorts; William Rieber, Jr, Supervisor; Ryan Eller President/COO Empire Resorts.

 

Casino gets temporary certificate of occupancy

William Rieber, Jr., Supervisor of the Town of Thompson announces the issuance of a Temporary Conditional Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) for the Resorts World Casino effective 3:45 this afternoon, December 28.  This will allow the owners occupancy for the purposes of training employees and re-locating some management offices to the new building.


TRR photo by Fritz Mayer

Eli Franklin talks about processing yogurt at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the facility on December 21 as Jill Weyer of the Sullivan County Planning Department looks on.

Yogurt facility launches in Bethel

BETHEL, NY — The morning started with a yogurt tasting. This reporter is not particularly fond of yogurt, but the sample provided was quite good.

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