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Congressman John Faso, left, and Judge Frank LaBuda congratulate newly sworn-in U.S. citizen Jose Herrera in a ceremony at the courthouse on April 5.

New citizens sworn in

MONTICELLO, NY — On April 5, 25 immigrants were sworn in as new U.S. citizens at the courthouse in Monticello.

The countries of origin were diverse, and included Australia, Belgium, Honduras, El Salvador, Trinidad, Denmark, Egypt, Iran, Poland, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, Montserrat and Peru.


TRR photo by David Hulse

Former Highland Supervisor Andrew Boyar argued that even before site plan review, Millennium Pipeline earth disturbance at the Route 55 compressor station site has gone well beyond its stated earth disturbance levels. Boyar said that actual “temporary” earth disturbance appears to exceed the 27.8 acres Millennium reports for the 80-acre site. 

‘Courtesy’ pipeline hearing recessed

ELDRED, NY — An April 4 public hearing on a site plan for Millennium Pipeline’s (MP) new Highland compressor station was recessed following the planning board’s receipt of a review from county planners finding the application incomplete.

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