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FORECAST WEATHER FOR HUDSON/CATSKILL TODAY TONIGHT

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Partly cloudy

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Warmer with some sun

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HIGH 74

LOW 48

70 52

81 65

81 54

70 49

Ottawa 60/39

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LOCAL SPORTS Bancroft 58/35

Ogdensburg 62/40

Peterborough 61/36

Kingston 61/41

Utica 61/41 Syracuse 63/43

TH girls & boys claim Track & Field titles Hornell 68/42

Burlington 67/48

Lake Placid 58/39

Watertown 59/39

Batavia Buffalo 63/41 61/42

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Plattsburgh 65/46

Malone Potsdam 59/41 61/41

Rochester 64/42

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Montreal 60/44

Massena 63/42

Albany 71/48 Catskill 74/48

Binghamton 67/43

Hudson 74/48

Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

Amelia Canetto won ALMANAC SUN AND MOON three to help the Statisticsevents through 3 p.m. yesterday Today Sat. Temperature Precipitation Sunrise 5:33 a.m. 5:32 a.m. Taconic Hills win the girls Yesterday as of 3 p.m. 24 hrs. through 3 p.m. yest. Sunset 8:11 p.m. 8:12 p.m. Moonrise 6:54 p.m. 8:04 p.m. High title. Low Trace team Moonset 5:06 a.m. 5:39 a.m. PAGE B1 Moon Phases 68

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Columbia County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit searched the streets with Hudson Police investigators for suspects after a shooting on Long Alley in Hudson on Thursday.

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on Long Alley in the city early Thursday. Hudson police received 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1after1 9:30 a.m. a call shortly 58 57 59 67 69 71 72Thursday 69 74reporting 69 71shots fired 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m.401 State in 3Long Alley, near The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index number, the greater the need for eye and skin protecSt., Hudson Police Chief L. Edtion. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme. The patented AccuWeather.com RealFeel Temperature is an exclusive index of effective temperature on eight said. weather factors. wardbased Moore At the present time, acting NATIONAL WEATHER TODAY Winnipeg on descriptions provided by 59/34 Seattle witnesses,Montreal police are looking BCBART 61/51 will exhibit 60/44

Visions of distant lands Billings 60/39

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Minneapolis 63/45

San Francisco 63/53

Denver 70/43

Toronto 62/40

New York 76/56

Washington 84/67

Kansas City 87/69

Los Angeles 70/55

Atlanta 87/68

El Paso 86/58

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Houston 86/74

Chihuahua 95/54

Miami 85/76

Monterrey 88/73

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Police on the scene of a Thursday morning shooting on State Street in Hudson. Melanie Lekocevic/Columbia-Greene Media

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Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.

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CAIRO — A 2007 CairoDurham graduate’s musical knowledge paid off during the semifinals of “Jeopardy!”’s annual Teachers Tournament on Wednesday, sending him on to the championship round. Conor Quinn, 29, of Albany, is an Advanced Placement World History teacher at Troy Prep School. Quinn will compete again Thursday and Friday night at 7:30 p.m. on Channel 10. Quinn’s winning question in the category Russian Composers in the Final Jeopardy! round was “A 1913 piece by him was conceived of as the symphonic equivalent of a pagan ritual, to be titled “Great Sacrifice.” Quinn answered with the correct response — “Who is Igor Stravinsky?” and ended the night with $19,701 in winnings and a punched ticket to the finals. Quinn’s fans gathered at Wolff’s Biergarten in Albany for a viewing party, Conor’s father Kerry Quinn said. “We couldn’t have wished for a better experience for Conor,” Kerry Quinn said Thursday. Conor Quinn has been a “Jeopardy!” fan since childhood and has been trying to get on the show for a decade. “I was taking the online test every year and had almost given up,” Conor Quinn said. Quinn was selected for an interview last September and this April, he was flown out to Cobra City, California to film. Conor was one of 15 teachers in the U.S. to compete in the tournament. Quinn attributes his love of trivia in part to his father. “He was always reading a ton and learning random bits of information,” Conor said. Quinn also enjoys going to trivia game nights, reading, sports and history. “I’m interested in a lot of different things and my personality is all over the place,” Quinn said. “You don’t need to know a ton about one thing; you need to know a little about a lot of different stuff.” Conor truly beat the odds, Kerry said. “Eighty-thousand people apply for the show every year and only 400 people are selected,” he said.

8 candidates seek 3 board seats in ICC

Occupation: Engineering manager Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice. Facebook at GE Power www.facebook.com/ Education: Bachelor’s degree in enHudsonRegisterstar/ gineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Master’s degree from Georgia Institute of Technology James Antalek lives in Valatie with his wife and two children. He is a graduate of Ichabod Crane schools and both of his children are students in the

district. Antalek is active in the community and volunteers as a coach for the Kinderhook Basketball Association. He said he is a strong supporter of the district and encourages open communication with local residents. Antalek said he “believes that all students should have as many opportunities as possible to take different classes and become well-rounded.” Name: Anne Marie Bertram Occupation: Educator Anne Marie Bertram has children in first and third grades and said she is a “newer resident” in the community who is committed to building relations between the school and the community. She said she is committed to education, sports and extracurricular activities for all children in the district.

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Bertram said as an educator she is “committed to understanding and support of all students, teachers and administration,” and has an in-depth knowledge of curriculum, instruction and assessment. Name: Brendan Caluneo Education: Hudson Valley Community College Brendan Caluneo graduated from Ichabod Crane High School in 2016. While attending Hudson Valley Community College he has advocated for students and education in the state by serving as a member of the Hudson Valley Board of Trustees and chairman of community colleges for the State University of New York Student Assembly for the past year. He has served a one-year term on the Ichabod Crane Board of Education. Caluneo said he “knows the impor-

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tance of ensuring students are ready for college upon graduating from Ichabod Crane High School.” Name: John Chandler Occupation: Vice president in the wealth management group of Berkshire Bank Education: Juris Doctorate degree from Albany Law School and Master’s in business administration from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. John Chandler has served on the board of education in the past and is hoping to be elected to the post again. He has lived in Columbia County since 1978 and in Kinderhook since 1999. He has three children, two attending Ichabod Crane schools and a third who recently graduated. He said he is looking to “continue to See BOARD A2


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Weather

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FORECAST FOR HUDSON/CATSKILL

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Partly cloudy

Nice with clouds and sun

Warmer with some sun

T-shower

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81 65

81 54

70 49

Ottawa 60/39

Montreal 60/44

Massena 63/42

Bancroft 58/35

Ogdensburg 62/40

Peterborough 61/36

Malone Potsdam 59/41 61/41

Kingston 61/41

Rochester 64/42

Utica 61/41

Albany 71/48

Syracuse 63/43

Catskill 74/48

Binghamton 67/43

Hornell 68/42

Burlington 67/48

Lake Placid 58/39

Watertown 59/39

Batavia Buffalo 63/41 61/42

Plattsburgh 65/46

Hudson 74/48

Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

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NATIONAL WEATHER TODAY Winnipeg 59/34 Seattle 61/51

Montreal 60/44

Billings 60/39

Toronto 62/40

Minneapolis 63/45

Detroit Chicago 68/49 53/47

San Francisco 63/53 Denver 70/43

Atlanta 87/68

El Paso 86/58

HAWAII

Anchorage 55/41

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Miami 85/76

Monterrey 88/73

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The ACLU of Ohio and Planned Parenthood have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Ohio’s heartbeat abortion ban law. The lawsuit seeks an order to prevent it from taking effect July 10 while the case is ongoing. The law, signed by Gov. Mike DeWine on April 11, would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which is as early as six weeks gestation, before many women know they are pregnant. “This assault on reproductive rights has been anticipated, and we’ve been preparing and perfecting our case. ‘Total ban’ is not inflammatory rhetoric -- this is a ban on almost all abortions, and if the court does not block it, it will imperil the

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Police on State Street following a shooting Thursday morning.

Alley, Moore said. Police were working to pin down the target of the shooting as of late Thursday afternoon. The two men sought by police ran in the direction of State Street after the incident, Moore said. Local schools were temporarily placed on lockdown in response to the shooting, but

the order was lifted at 10:15 a.m. Thursday. A representative from the Hudson City School District was at the scene and determined the lockdown could be lifted at all school campuses. Thursday’s shooting marks the first in the city since June 17, 2018, when 19-year-old Inderly Instinfil was shot and

killed near Fairview Avenue. Mohammed Morshed, 29, of Hudson was charged in connection to the killing and will stand trial June 10. To reach reporter Amanda Purcell, call 518-828-1616 ext. 2500, or send an email to apurcell@thedailymail.net, or tweet to @amandajpurcell.

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Kansas City 87/69

Los Angeles 70/55

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for two suspects, both AfricanAmerican males, Moore said. No injuries were reported to police in relation to the shooting and police were continuing their manhunt for the two suspects as of 4 p.m. Thursday. Hospitals are required to report gunshot victims to area police, Moore said. Police have been unable to determine the intended target of the shooting, Moore said. But the shooting is believed to be an isolated incident with no threat to public safety at this time, Moore said. Police were canvassing the neighborhood around Long Alley throughout the morning to find more information. Long Alley was cordoned off from Fourth to Fifth streets as police took photographs and searched for evidence. State police and the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office brought in K-9 units and officers were using a bloodhound on the city streets to help track down the suspects. Police recovered several bullet casings from a handgun 100 yards west of the intersection of Fourth Street and Long

advocate for public education and the development of policies and a culture for the district that are student centered, focusing on both academics and diverse opportunities that will encourage all students to discover and develop their interests as individuals and as well-rounded, caring, responsible and productive members of the community.” Name: Matthew Nelson Matthew Nelson is running as an incumbent on the board of education, where he has served since 2016. He has been president of the board since July 2018 and has lived in the district since 2009. Nelson has three sons attending school in the district. If elected, he hopes to continue the board’s work and advocate for educational opportunities. “If re-elected I will work with the board and district administrators to continue our focus on fiscally prudent longrange budget and academic program planning, increasing community engagement and open communication between the district and the school community, and ensuring the successful completion of the recently approval

freedoms and health of Ohio women,” said Freda Levenson, legal director of the ACLU of Ohio, in a written statement. “The law of the land has been crystal clear for nearly 50 years: Women have a categorical right to a pre-viability abortion.” Ohio is among four states that enacted heartbeat abortion bans this year and about 10 other states are considering such bills. The new laws are setting the groundwork for a legal challenge to eventually reach the U.S. Supreme Court. Abortion opponents want the high court to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that said women have a fundamental right to privacy when deciding whether to have an abortion. “We believe that the heartbeat bill is the right vehicle for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade. Our strategy has

always included a federal court challenge and today starts that judicial process,” said Mike Gonidakis, president of Ohio Right to Life. “It’s no surprise that the ACLU is litigating lifesaving laws and Ohio Right to Life is excited to defend the heartbeat bill all the way to our nation’s highest court.” ACLU of Ohio volunteer attorney Jessie Hill noted that Roe represents long-term precedent and “I believe if the Supreme Court did overturn Roe v. Wade this would be the first time it has ever taken away a constitutional right that it has recognized in the past.” In 2017, there were 20,893 induced abortions in Ohio, including 11,784 — 56 percent — before nine weeks gestation, according to the state Department of Health report. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in the U.S. District

Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Other legal fights over Ohio’s anti-abortion laws are ongoing. — ACLU is challenging a ban on abortion when one of a woman’s reasons for terminating the pregnancy is a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome; — Planned Parenthood and Women’s Med Center of Dayton are challenging a law prohibiting doctors from providing dilation and evacuation procedures. — The Women’s Med Center is seeking to overturn a state law that would force it to close unless it receives a written transfer agreement from a local hospital. Story Filed By Cox Newspapers For Use By Clients of the New York Times News Service

capital project,” Nelson said.

while maintaining and growing the excellent school district that we have, both for the many children in our area, but also to continue to draw new home buyers and business to the region,” Phillips said.

lived in the community for 45 years and know the district well,” he said.

Name: Jeffrey Ouellette Occupation: Founding director of Kinderhook Foundation Jeffrey Ouellette is a lifelong resident in the district and has been a board of education member since 2012. He lives in Valatie with his wife and daughter, who attends Union College. He said he has always been an “active voice” who puts “students and safety first.” “The school district is the lifeblood of our community and I was approached by several key stakeholders to consider staying on the board,” Ouellette said, adding that he understands the critical issues facing the district. Name: Elizabeth Phillips Occupation: Grant writer for Camphill Village Education: Ichabod Crane High School Elizabeth Phillips grew up in Kinderhook and lives there with her husband and three children. Her eldest child attends kindergarten in the district and she has two younger sons. Containing operational costs for the district while enhancing student outcomes is a key issue, she said. “It is important to me that we engage in big picture decision making for taxpayers,

Name: Anthony Welcome Occupation: Retired teacher and administrator Anthony Welcome began his career as a teacher in the Ichabod Crane district in 1970, and has been involved with the district since that time. All three of his children attended Ichabod Crane district schools, and each went on to earn a Master’s degree. All four of his grandchildren attend school in the district. Welcome has been a member of the board of education for 12 years, six of them as president. He is the board’s incumbent vice president. “I have spent nearly 50 years of my professional career at Ichabod Crane as a teacher, administrator, parent and board of education member, raised my family here and

HUDSON RIVER TIDES High tide: 2:08 a.m. 4.9 feet Low tide: 8:48 a.m. −0.3 feet High tide: 2:29 p.m. 4.3 feet Low tide: 9:03 p.m. −0.3 feet

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9 a.m.-noon 1767 Parsonage, 52 Maple Ave., Germantown 518-537-6687 n Stuyvesant Rail Station Restoration Committee 9 a.m. Town Hall, 5 Sunset Drive, Stuyvesant 518-758-6248

Monday, May 20 n Austerlitz Comprehensive Plan Oversight Committee 7 p.m. Town Hall, 812 Route 203, Spencertown 518-3923260 n Austerlitz Fire Commissioners 7:30 p.m. Spencertown Fire Company, One Memorial Drive, Spencertown 518-3923260 n Canaan Planning Board 7 p.m. Upstairs Town Hall, 1647 Route 5, Canaan 518-781-3144 n Chatham Village Planning Board 7:30 p.m. Tracy Memorial Village Hall, 77 Main St., Chatham 518-392-5821 n Clermont Fire Commissioners 7 p.m. Town Hall, 1795 Route 9, Clermont 518-537-6868 n Columbia County Environmental Committee 6:30 p.m. Committee Room, 401 State St., Hudson n Gallatin Planning Board 7 p.m. Town Hall, 667 Route 7, Gallatin 518-398-7519 n Germantown Town Board 7 p.m. Town Hall, 50 Palatine Park Road, Germantown 518-537-6687 n Kinderhook Village Recreation Committee 7 p.m. Village Hall, 6 Chatham St., Kinderhook 518-758-9882 n Red Hook Planning Board 7:30 p.m. Town Hall, 7340 South Broadway, Red Hook 845-758-4606 n Taghkanic Zoning Board of Appeals 7 p.m. Town Hall, Route 82, West Taghkanic 518-851-6673 n Tivoli Planning Board Workshop 7 p.m. Historic Watts dePeyster Hall, 1 Tivoli Commons, Tivoli 845-757-2021 n Webutuck School District Board of Education 7:30 p.m. 845-373-4100

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Short films stand beside giants will share the spotlight with fans, producers and at least one star of television series. Sure, the notion of a festival of short films is not new. The Spectrum 8 Theater in Albany hosts annual festivals of short animated and live-action films. Time & Space Ltd. in Hudson hosts a similar festival. And, of course, FilmColumbia at the Crandell Theatre in Chatham is arguably the last word in local film festivals for shorts and full-length features. But Movies in the Mountains is a festival rich in short films, microbudget documentaries and do-ityourself productions. There are art films and alternative films, but these pictures are

in many ways the alternative to the alternative. They are compact films that can gain power thanks to their brevity. The Peacock family in 2012 made a short film with the provocative title “Beyond Here Lies Nothing.” But the family was disheartened by their experience on the film festival circuit. You would think the disappointment would have been enough to turn them off movies for good, but they had a different idea. Instead of making their own films, the Peacocks decided to showcase the works of others. This story could not have been scripted better.

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In presidential politics, Pennsylvania counts most of all gieg of South Bend, Indiana, and Sen. Kamala Harris, DRepublicans and DemoCalif., would essentially tie crats alike recognize how Trump; and Beto O’Rourke crucial Pennsylvania will would lose by two points. be in determining the 2020 Despite a good economy, presidential election. LookPennsylvania voters overall ing at the electoral map, disapprove by a 54% to 42% if Pennsylvania returns to margin of Trump’s job perthe Democratic column formance. Nonwhite voters (where it was, twice each, for disapprove by a 74% to 23% President Bill Clinton and margin. Women disapprove President Barack Obama), 62% to 34%. And that is with President Donald Trump an excellent economy. could not lose Florida, for Turning to the Demoexample, and retain the cratic primary, it’s a romp. presidency. Without Penn“Biden leads in a Pennsylsylvania, he couldn’t win un- vania Democratic primary less he won two out of three with 39%, followed by Sandamong Michigan, Wisconsin ers with 13 percent, Harris and North Carolina (all other and Warren with 8% each, states going as they did in Buttigieg at 6% and Sen. Co2016). In short, if Democrats ry Booker of New Jersey with can win Pennsylvania, their 5%. No other Democratic chances of booting out contender tops 2%.” One big Trump improve substanreason is that 61% of Demotially. cratic voters think Biden has That’s good news, at the best chance; only 6% this stage, for former vice president Joe Biden, born in think Sanders does. Whether Scranton, Pennyslvania, and or not Biden really would decades-long resident of and have the greatest chance (and the general-election U.S. senator from Pennsylpoll suggests he would), the vania’s next-door neighbor supermajority of PennsylvaDelaware. They love him nia Democrats who perceive there, they really do. him as the most electable In the Quinnipiac poll give Biden a big advantage released on Wednesday, in an election Democrats are Biden in a hypothetical desperate to win. general-election match-up Biden’s base of support is against Trump would win by similar to his base in other 11 points (53% to 42%). Sen. states. Biden leads the pack Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., would by substantial margins win by seven points and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) among somewhat liberal by three; Mayor Pete Buttiand conservative DemoJennifer Rubin

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crats, women and Democrats over 50. These fit the description of “dependable voters.” Biden’s pitch in other states’ primaries that Democrats won during the Obama era but Hillary Clinton lost in 2016 (e.g., Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Iowa and Florida) is likely to be the same: I can win these states because whites, blacks, women, seniors, et al. know and trust me. He’ll be able to say he’s already gotten under Trump’s skin and will drive him around the bend (well, farther around the bend in the general election). And for those Democrats craving normalcy, getting on track on progressive priorities (e.g., equality for the LGBTQ community, fighting climate change, reducing income inequality) Biden can say, You guys know me. I know how to deliver. It’s not radical or scintillating, but then, as we have been writing for months now, the rest of the mainstream media have figured out the party doesn’t resemble the Twitter universe and has a bunch of older and middle-of-the-road voters. When you understand that, you can see why Biden is doing as well as he is. He certainly can falter, and we reiterate that no voting takes place until February 2020.

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Less than a month after the inauguration of President Donald Trump and just a few hours after the first Muslim ban was issued, a mosque in Victoria, Texas, was set on fire - to be followed by several mosque arsons over the ensuing years. The media barely covered it, but the entire community in Victoria felt it. Members of a neighboring Jewish congregation walked into the home of one of the cofounders of the mosque and handed him the keys to their synagogue to serve as a temporary place of prayer. Four Christian churches followed, also offering their space. But the events received only minimal coverage in major media. Then again, most mosque arsons go almost completely ignored. On Sunday, just a week into the holy month of Ramadan, the Diyanet Mosque of New Haven, Connecticut, was devastated by a two-alarm blaze. While the president of the mosque was immediately contacted by churches in meaningful solidarity that offered their facilities as temporary replacements, it is hard to find any significant coverage of the fire in large media outlets. Certainly, there are news stories; you can find them if you use the right search terms. But these events have not received the kind of general, sustained, human coverage that is often accorded to other acts of terrorism. By no means is this sort of disparate reporting limited to attacks on Muslims. Compare the coverage of the intentional burning of three black churches in Louisiana with the accidental fire that claimed much of the

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on high alert. Many mosques have increased security, but breaches have left many Muslims extraordinarily fearful. Shortly after the start of Ramadan this month, video of a suspicious man entering a well-guarded mosque in Canton, Michigan, posing as a woman and wearing a face veil, was only sparsely reported in local media outlets, but they have made their way through almost every Muslim community email group in the country. Similarly, viral images of the fire the next day at the New Haven mosque have struck the nationwide Muslim community hard. During Ramadan, families go together for nightly congregational prayers, which fosters a deeper sense of community from seeing one another day after day, night after night. People socialize and strengthen the bonds of existing friendships and form new friendships. Our mosques are more alive in this holy month than they are the other 11 months combined. So, when a fire like the one in New Haven destroys the physical space in which those highly spiritual and personal bonds are developed, it is traumatic. While the tepid media coverage of attacks on mosques seems to be tied to a lack of sensitivity to Islamophobia - as opposed to other forms of bigotry - our communities have now become particularly aware of a new reality in which security and solidarity are a constant part of our American Muslim story.

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historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. And consider how much more you heard about Notre Dame than about the terrorist attacks against churches and tourist hotels six days later - on Easter - in Sri Lanka, though those attacks cost some 250 lives. But when it comes to mosques, it’s hard to ignore the overall climate of Islamophobia and how it might contribute to these attacks and the lack of coverage after them. Muslims are overreported as terrorists, yet underreported as victims of terror. According to researchers at Georgia State University and the University of Alabama, terrorist attacks by Muslims receive an average of 357 percent more media coverage than those by other groups. And their places of worship are even more meaningless than their lives. Thankfully, mosque arsons in the United States have not resulted in deaths, but they’ve certainly taken some life out of large vibrant communities. And they have created a climate of fear: In August 2017, the imam’s office in a mosque in Minnesota was firebombed during the morning prayers. The imam and more than a dozen congregants were in the prayer hall, which was spared. But surveillance videos of the hall outside the imam’s office show the fear of young Muslims who know how vulnerable their lives and places of worship have become. Since March, when a terrorist live-streamed attacks on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, to be witnessed by their brethren across the world, Muslims have been

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Eleanor Mary (Thompson) Lane Eleanor Mary (Thompson) and Port Jervis Hospitals. She Lane at the age of 98, was quiet- served as a Den Mother, scout ly called to heaven and entered leader for Boys and Girls troops, eternal rest with Jesus our Lord Red Cross bloodmobile volunand Heavenly Father, May 5 , teer, and was a 50+ member of 2019 with family members gath- the Eastern Star chapter in town. ered. She is preceded in death While a lifetime member of the by her loving husband, Clarence Windham UM Church, she was “Larry” Dunham Lane, (NY As- a Sunday School teacher and semblyman, 102 district 1962- active in the Epworth League, 1986), her parents, Ferris B. worked for Meals on Wheels, Thompson and Anita L. (West) and transported patients for Thompson and sister, Ruth M. Medical appointments. Eleanor Stevens. She is surand her husband Larry vived by three sisters: owned and operated Roberta J. Christman, the Windham Arms Barbara J. Tolley and Hotel in Windham, Marianne A. Goettsche, NY for 49 years. She (John). Children: Jefwas involved for years fery A. Lane, (Evelyn L. in Town, County and Riley), Claudia S. Lane, State organizations. ElRoger S. Lane, (Barbara eanor’s love of life was M. Murray), and Kenexceeded only by her neth F. Lane, (Karen M. Lane love and devotion to Marx). Grandchildren: Adam M. Lane, (Maureen K her husband, sisters, children, Leist), Bradley M. Lane, (Beverly grandchildren and great grandL. Hodges), Samuel C. Lane, children. Her family dedication and Alex C. Lane. Great Grand- was shown through everything children: Adelia R. Lane, Noah she did. She will be fondly reM. Lane, and Nicholas R. Lane. membered by all who knew Eleanor was born in 1921 at the her, laughed, cried and shared Thompson House, Windham, their lives with her. She will be NY. She graduated from WAJ dearly miss and remembered High School in 1939, graduated for her always present smile from Ballard School of Nurs- and positive outlook on life. In ing and did private nursing at lieu of flowers, donations may Columbia Presbyterian Medi- be made to the Windham MEcal Center as well as Monticello Church, Windham, NY

Edward John Hendricks Edward John Hendricks, 56, Jennifer Thomas of Oak Island, a longtime Catskill resident, NC, Tanya Theaker of Caledied February 3, 2019. He was donia, Michigan and Amanda born in Catskill, a son of the Kazda of Post Falls, Idaho. late James E. and Vincenza Several aunts, uncles and “Winnie” Morrone cousins survive. Also Hendricks. A lifelong left to mourn are his Catskill resident, Eddie two guardians Katie was active in Program Rooney and Georgia at Ulster – Greene ARC Wells. Calling hours in Catskill from 1981 will be held on Fritill 2014. Eddie particiday from 2:00 – 4:00 pated in the NYS Speand 6:00 – 8:00 pm cial Olympics, was an at Millspaugh Camavid camper and wellerato Funeral Home, traveled. He enjoyed 139 Jefferson Hgts., Hendricks spending time at the Catskill. A Celebration Earlton Hill Campsite and en- of Life will be led by Sister Sue joyed his time in Lakeland, FL. Zemgulis, O.P. on Saturday at Brother of Arlene Hendricks 10:00 am at the funeral home. of Lakeland, FL and the late Interment will follow in Town of James J. Hendricks; uncle of Catskill Cemetery.

Police forcibly remove activists living in the Venezuelan Embassy Marissa J. Lang The Washington Post

WASHINGTON — Four protesters who have been living inside the Venezuelan Embassy for more than a month were arrested by federal law enforcement officers Thursday morning and forcibly removed from the building. The embassy in Washington’s Georgetown neighborhood has for weeks been the site of a standoff between supporters of embattled President Nicolás Maduro and backers of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who has been recognized by the United States as interim president. Carlos Vecchio, the Guaidóappointed ambassador who has been recognized by the U.S. government, tweeted that the embassy had been liberated. Federal authorities and District of Columbia police arrived at the embassy Thursday morning and entered the building, but haven’t commented today on the situation. Code Pink organizers identified the four activists arrested as Kevin Zeese, Margaret Flowers, Adrienne Pine and David Paul. The Guaidó supporters outside have wanted the Maduro backers inside to leave the building. The confrontation between activists has become a proxy struggle for control over the South American country’s

diplomatic mission. Protests inside and outside the embassy continued nonstop for nearly three weeks, after leftist demonstrators from groups including Code Pink began living in the building April 10 at the invitation of Maduro government officials. Since April 30, anti-Maduro protesters have patrolled the building’s entrances and exits, at times physically blocking attempts to enter or deliver supplies. Each side has accused the other of violence. Police have arrested at least 10 people, many of whom were charged in connection with “throwing missiles” - in many cases, a reference to food items launched past police barricades and the raised hands of Guaidó supporters. Last week, protest organizers said the electric utility Pepco shut off power to the building at the direction of Guaidó-appointed diplomats recognized by the U.S. government as the rightful emissaries of Venezuela. On Monday, officials posted a notice demanding that the occupiers vacate the embassy. On Tuesday, police issued a warning to the activists via megaphone, saying that those inside must leave “immediately” and that “any person who refuses . . . will be trespassing in violation of federal and District of Columbia laws.”

Donald Trump’s administration faces first courtroom clash on border wall spending Fred Barbash The Washington Post

Three months after Congress refused to fully fund President Donald Trump’s border wall, the administration’s plan to find the money itself, including by declaring a national emergency, faces its first courtroom test on Friday. U.S. District Judge Haywood Gilliam in Oakland, California, will hear arguments on motions by separate groups of plaintiffs to temporarily block any wall construction on the grounds that Trump’s financing methods - transferring funds from Pentagon and Treasury Department programs never meant for such a barrier - are both unconstitutional and illegal. The hearing is the first of what are expected to be many tests of one of the most controversial decisions made by a U.S. president in modern times: to bypass the normal appropriations process in a quest for $5.7 billion in wall construction money. Trump acted after Congress explicitly rejected his demand and appropriated only $1.375 billion, a decision that led to a 35-day government shutdown in December and January. The plaintiffs in the Northern District of California include the state of California and 18 other states, among them Maryland and Virginia, along with the Sierra Club and the Southern Border Communities Coalition, which is represented by the American Civil Liberties Union. To justify a temporary injunction, Gilliam will have to be convinced that the plaintiffs are likely to prevail on the merits after further proceedings and that allowing construction to go forward in the meantime will cause imminent harm. Whatever Gilliam, who was appointed by President Barack Obama, decides will not end the controversy. Trump’s actions have led to at least seven lawsuits in three different federal courts. One of the cases was brought by the House of Representatives in Washington. In that case, a Trump appointee, U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden, has scheduled his own hearing on an injunction for May 23. Whichever side loses is likely to appeal. The cases are part of a much broader multi-front struggle underway since Trump took office, involving some of the same litigants challenging virtually his entire immigration agenda as well as his efforts to eliminate or delay hundreds of environmental regulations. They’ve had considerable success in both categories. In the border-wall case set for Friday, each side has framed the issues and the events leading to them in starkly different terms. In pre-hearing briefs, the plaintiffs allege, in part, a violation by Trump of Congress’s

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Border Patrol Public Affairs Officer Vincent Pirro looks at border wall prototypes in a sector of the border wall in San Diego, California, on April 25, 2018.

constitutional power of the purse - accomplished, they said, by misusing a host of laws to shift to wall construction money that was intended for other purposes. Congress “unequivocally rejected the president’s requested appropriation for a border wall, only for the president to then order the diversion of federal funds from other sources toward the very project that Congress rejected,” the states say. The states focus heavily on the tumult of February and as proof that Trump made an end-run around Congress, cite his statement that, “if we don’t get a fair deal from Congress . . . I will use the powers afforded me” to finance the wall. “In his own public statements,” says the brief of California and other states, Trump “made clear that his emergency declaration was triggered by his inability to secure funding for the border wall from Congress rather than an actual emergency at the border.” Department of Justice lawyers play down the process leading up to Trump’s actions and focus on his official proclamations about the “crisis” at the border rather than on his off-the-cuff comments. “The history of negotiations between the President and Congress . . . is irrelevant,” the government argues. The administration has “invoked valid statutes” to accomplish the president’s ends, the government’s brief says, declaring that there is no constitutional issue. Had Congress wanted to foreclose on any further spending on the wall, it could have said so explicitly through a rider, such as the Hyde amendment, which bars federal spending on abortion, the government argues. In the absence of such a prohibition, the government says, Congress’s refusal to include all the money Trump demanded for the wall in the Department of Homeland Security appropriation in February still

leaves room for the administration to dip into other pots of appropriated funds, notably at the Pentagon, to close the gap. The Justice Department describes these transfers as military decisions in which the courts should play no role. “Preventing the construction of border barriers” by the court would “harm the Government’s weighty interest in border security and enforcement of the immigration laws,” the Justice Department says. All of the funding sources specified by the administration permit repurposing for certain needs, like “unforeseen” military necessities. Whether wallbuilding qualifies as one of those needs is the big statutory question in all the cases. The litigation over the wall has long been billed as a test of the president’s dramatic national emergency claim, which has been attacked by critics as manufactured by Trump. But three months after his declaration, the administration has not used the Department of Defense emergency construction authority available for military construction projects that require “the use of the armed forces” and are “necessary to support such use.” The Justice Department is arguing that it’s not at issue, at least for the moment. The Sierra Club and the ACLU are nonetheless challenging the legitimacy of the emergency declaration because the administration has identified it as a likely means of obtaining money for the wall. The plaintiffs argue that there is no emergency and no legitimate use of the armed forces for the wall. The case is complicated further by uncertainty about which money is going where. As late as Monday, the Defense Department was still filing declarations with the court seeking to explain. The Pentagon hassaid in documents it will shift some $1.5 billion from programs including a nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile system

Family of teenager killed by deputy to receive $3.75 million in settlement Jacey Fortin The New York Times News Service

The family of Anthony Weber, a Los Angeles teenager who was shot and killed last year after being chased by two sheriff’s deputies, will receive $3.75 million under a settlement that county officials approved this week. The death of Anthony, 16, did not lead to criminal charges against the deputies involved. But in a lawsuit filed last year, family members alleged that they had violated the civil rights of an unarmed teenager. The Sheriff’s Department has said that Anthony had a handgun, even though no weapon was found at the scene after he was shot. A year after the Feb. 4, 2018, shooting made national headlines, Anthony’s family

members still disagree with officials about virtually every aspect of the episode and the investigation, his father, John Weber, said. “I think there’s a cover-up here,” he said in an interview Wednesday, the day after the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the settlement. “That’s just the way they do business.” In Los Angeles, settlements similar to the ones reached by Anthony’s family include the $1.5 million received by the family of Ezell Ford, an unarmed black man who was fatally shot in 2014, and a $4 million settlement with the family of Brendon Glenn, an unarmed homeless man who was shot and killed in 2015. In the case of Anthony’s death, a county counsel recommended the $3.75 million

settlement to the board of supervisors this month “due to the high risks and uncertainties of litigation.” “I think we got screwed,” he said. “I think we really got screwed.” On Feb. 4, 2018, two sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call about a black man in a black T-shirt who, the caller said, had pointed a handgun at the caller, who was passing by in a vehicle. Officers encountered Anthony at an apartment complex; he ran as they approached, and the deputies chased him. According to county officials’ summary of the episode, both deputies saw that Anthony had a gun, and at one point, the teenager stopped running, turned around and appeared to reach for a weapon at his waistband.

and a plane that provides surveillance and communications to fighter jets while they are airborne. That’s on top of the reprogramming of about $1 billion in Army personnel money and $3.6 billion in military construction projects the Pentagon intends to delay. But Gilliam has asked for more clarity on the status of funds the government plans to use. Environmental groups are also arguing that wall construction in certain areas will significantly affect the surrounding environment, disrupting the natural habitats of wildlife and threatening their survival. For those reasons, the government must prepare an environmental-impact statement before commencing construction, they said. But the government argues that a 1996 law gives it the authority to build border barriers and to waive “all legal requirements” necessary to get the job done. The Washington Post’s Dan Lamothe contributed to this story.


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Outside the Lines 2019: SHOWCASING GREENE COUNTY’S YOUNGEST ARTISTS

CATSKILL — Greene County Council on the Arts (GCCA) is proud to present its 38th Annual Youth Arts Exhibition, “Outside the Lines,” featuring artwork by pre-K through Grade 12 students from Greene County public, private and home schools. Outside the Lines 2019 will be on view through June 8th. GCCA is located at 398 Main Street, Catskill, NY. “Outside the Lines” gives Greene County students the unique opportunity to exhibit their artwork in a professional gallery and allows visitors to see a wide cross-section of the diversity and promise of our county’s young creative talent. The 2019 exhibition is a “masterful presentation with youth art pouring in from all over Greene County, including Cairo-Durham Central School, Catskill Central School District, Early Learning Childhood Center, and Windham-Ashland-Jewett Central School and Homeschooled Schroeder Family. During the exhibit, the gallery bursts with a kaleidoscope of colors and designs found in students’ paintings, drawings, collages, photographs and mixed media works displayed “salon style” from floor to ceiling along with several fashion designs. Additionally, short clips and videos created by Catskill High School Media Club com-

“Light Rave,” Dante Di Giovanni, Grade 11, Cairo-Durham High School, Photography

“Self Portrait,” by Xavier Woodhouse, Kindergarten, Catskill Elementary School, Marker & Tissue Paper

“Uncle Zach,” Rosslyn See, Grade 1, Catskill Elementary School, Construction Paper & Crayon

plete this multi-media exhibition. “It is the art teachers and administrators who are to

be commended for fostering an appreciation of arts among their students and taking the time out of their busy

academic schedules to help them prepare and cultivate their talents,” stated Marline A. Martin, GCCA’s executive director. “And, of course, the students and their families whose generosity and creative energy make this an extraordinary annual student art exhibit.” GCCA’s Catskill Gallery, located at 398 Main Street in Catskill, is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public. More information is available by contacting 518-943-3400, gcca@greenearts.org or www. greenearts.org. GREENE COUNTY COUNCIL ON THE ARTS, INC. (GCCA) is a tax exempt, non-profit, arts service organization whose purpose is to support and advance the arts and cultural community by broadening and enriching creative resources and economic growth in the region. GCCA serves as the Decentralization regrant agency for Greene, Columbia and Schoharie Counties. Since 1975, the GCCA has provided information and essential services to artists, arts organizations, cultural and educational institutions, civic groups, community agencies and the general public and continues to grow its outreach as a regional arts council.

Spring Members’ Art Show & Silent Auction at the Art School of Columbia County May 18 HARLEMVILLE — In its seventh year of offering highquality art programs to the community, ASCC, a non-profit organization with a vision of “imagining art for everyone” hosts its tenth semi-annual Student-Faculty Art Show on May 18, 2018 from 5-7 pm. ASCC’s members will exhibit artworks in watercolor, printmaking, collage, oil, and acrylic. The community is invited to stroll the Art School’s spring gardens, view student and faculty art work, enjoy a bountiful reception, and bid on ASCC’s 5th annual art themed silent auction packages, featuring donations from community businesses and cultural organizations, including The Clark, Clermont Historic Site, Dyad (Kinderhook NY), the Hudson-Chatham Winery (Ghent) and more. Also featured is ASCC’s Notecards and Seed Sale Fundraiser, featuring heirloom seeds harvested from the Art School’s gardens, ready to plant. The event is free and open to the public. The event is held at the Old Schoolhouse, 1198 Route 21c in Harlemville, at the intersection of Harlemville Road and Route 21C. A list of silent auction donors and more information is found at www.artschoolofcolumbiacounty.org. For more information, email info@artschoolofcolumbiacounty. org or call 518-672-7140.

IMAGE COURTESY OF THE ARTIST.

“Untitled” alcohol ink on paper by ASCC member Marlene Vidibor. Image courtesy of the artist.

Back to the Future: Andrew Tallon’s Vision

PHOTOGRAPH, ANDREW TALLON, 2016

The staircase adjacent to the Art Library, view looking from the third floor of Taylor Hall toward the Art Library entrance.

POUGHKEEPSIE — On view from May 23 to June 16 in the James W. Palmer ‘90 Gallery, the exhibition of photographs of John McAndrew’s Restored Vassar College Art Library is in memory of Andrew Tallon, Professor of Art at Vassar College, 2007-2018. The photographs on view were made to illustrate the book John McAndrew’s Modernist Vision: From the Vassar College Art Library to the Museum of Modern Art in New York, edited by Mardges Bacon with contributions by Molly Nesbit, Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Thomas E. Hill, Tobias Armborst, and Elizabeth Nogrady. The opening reception will take place on May 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Campus Activities Office, the Dean of Strategic Planning and Academic Resources Office, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, the Vassar College Libraries, and support from the Deknatel Endowment. Vassar College strives

to make its events, performances, and facilities accessible to all. Individuals with disabilities requiring special accommodations must contact the Office of Campus Activities at least 48 hours in advance of an event, Mondays–Fridays, at (845) 437-5370. Without sufficient notice, appropriate space and/or assistance may not be available. Detailed information about accessibility to specific campus facilities can be found on the Accessibility and Educational Opportunity website. Directions to the Vassar campus, located at 124 Raymond Avenue in Poughkeepsie, NY, are available at https://www.vassar.edu/ visit/how-to-get-here/ Vassar College is a coeducational, independent, residential liberal arts college founded in 1861. PUBLIC CONTACT: Office of Campus Activities, (845) 437-5370

CALENDAR LISTINGS MAY 18 Tannery Pond Concert Saturday, May 18, 3 p.m. David Finckel & Wu Han are among the most esteemed and influential classical musicians in the world today. They are recipients of the Musical America’s Musicians of the Year Award, one of the highest honors granted by the music industry. The energy, imagination and integrity they bring to their multifaceted endeavors as concert performers, artistic directors, recording artists, educators and cultural entrepreneurs go unmatched. $30 – $39, Saturday, May 18, 3 p.m., https://tannerypondconcerts.tix.com/Event. aspx?EventCode=1119285 Tannery Pond Concerts, 110 Darrow Road, New Lebanon, 888-8201696 www.tannerypondconcerts.org Opening Reception Saturday, May 18, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Kick off for 15th annual Hidden Gardens program with “Gardens Delight” This exhibit features artists Stephanie Anderson, Amy Bergeron, Marilyn Orner, Mary Ellen Riell, Laura Shore, Pamela Stoddart, and Marianne Van Lent. Spencertown Academy Gallery Committee member Norma Cohen curated the show and Moira O’Grady, also a member of the committee, assisted. Art will remain on display through June 16th Saturday, May 18, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., https://spencertownacademy.org/ current-events/2018/05/annualbotanical-gallery-show Spencertown Academy Arts Center, 790 NY-203, Spencertown, (518) 392-3693 https://spencertownacademy.org/ Artist in Conversation Saturday, May 18, 4 p.m. Peter Bonner – The Plains, New Paintings A conversation taking place at the gallery between artist and with David Cohen, Publisher & Editor, ArtCritical.com Work on view through May 19, 2019 Saturday, May 18, 4 p.m., http:// johndavisgallery.com/ John Davis Gallery, 362 1/2 Warren Street, Hudson, 518-828-5907 http://johndavisgallery.com/ A Celebration of Carolee Schneemann (1939-2019) Saturday, May 18, 5 p.m. Carolee Schneemann, a prime mover of performance art, a feminist visionary and one of the most influential artists of the late 20th century, died peacefully at her Hudson Valley home on March 6, 2019. In 2017, she received the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of the 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. Reservations Encouraged – Free event Saturday, May 18, 5 p.m., https:// hudsonoperahouse.secure. force.com/ticket#sections_a0F1Q00000O5Wr8UAF Hudson Hall, 327 Warren Street, Hudson, (518) 822-1438 http://hudsonhall.org/ Spring Fling Swing Dance Saturday, May 18, 7 p.m. A live music dance party with the Fabulous Versatones! Andrew Resto, a professional certified Bronze level dance instructor, will be leading a short lesson and demonstration during the dance. Registration is preferred, please contact the library. Saturday, May 18, 7 p.m., http:// hudsonarealibrary.org/2019/04/ spring-fling-swing-dance-at-thearmory/ Hudson Area Library, 51 North Fifth Street, Hudson, 518-828-1792 www.hudsonarealibrary.org Burnett Skits Saturday, May 18, 7:30 p.m. Join the Two of Us Productions at the beautiful Copake Grange for an evening of laughs as we present a Christopher Durang one act play, “The Actor’s Nightmare” and your “Favorite Skits from The Carol Burnett Show.” You’ll still be laughing on your way home. $15 – $20, Saturday, May 18, 7:30 p.m., https://www.copakegrange. org/events/2019/5/15/actorsnightmare The Copake Grange #935, 628 Empire Road, Copake, 518-329-4279 The Opus 40 Sculpture Park 2019 Season opens on May 18 with our annual Community Day, free to all denizens of the Hudson Valley. There will be Live Music from Max’s New Hat! Local delicacies from Farmers & Chefs Food Truck! Artisinal local beers from Dutch Ale House! Chair Massage! Kids’ Games! Merch! And MORE...

FREE all day 10:30 to 5:30 on May 18.

MAY 19 Equine Advocates Open Day Sunday, May 19, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. COME SPEND A FEW HOURS WALKING AROUND AND MEETING OUR 85 HORSES, PONIES, DONKEYS AND MULES, MOST OF WHOM WERE RESCUED FROM SLAUGHTER, ABUSE AND/OR NEGLECT. ALL ARE NOW HAPPILY ENJOYING THEIR NEW LIFE AT THE SANCTUARY. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO PICNIC AT OUR POND WHICH IS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND SERENE SPOTS AT THE SANCTUARY. WE HAVE GRAPHICS POSTED AT EACH PADDOCK SO YOU CAN LEARN ABOUT WHERE EACH ANIMAL CAME FROM AND WHY THEY NEEDED TO BE RESCUED. THIS HELPS MAKE YOUR VISIT A MUCH MORE PERSONAL AND EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL VISITORS WILL NEED TO SIGN A RELEASE FORM UPON ARRIVAL. SORRY NO PETS ALLOWED. EQUINE ADVOCATES IS A NATIONAL NON-PROFIT 501(C)(3) CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO THE PROTECTION OF HORSES, PONIES, DONKEYS & MULES. Sunday, May 19, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., https://www.equineadvocates. org/2019openday/ Equine Advocates, 3212 State Route 66, Chatham, 518-245-1599 www.equineadvocates.org Annual Garden Gallery Show Sunday, May 19, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Artful Landscapes 2019 – 15th Annual Hidden Gardens Events Experience the sensory pleasures of wandering through “Gardens of Delight,” a unique visual arts celebration of spring, and a special addition to Spencertown Academy’s popular Hidden Gardens on June 15. Featuring the work of seven invited artists from NY, MA and CT, the artwork depicts sumptuous, as well as playful garden imagery. The artists use styles ranging from Realism to Impressionism and Abstraction and the media is also as varied and exciting. Sunday, May 19, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., https://spencertownacademy. org/events/hidden-gardens Spencertown Academy Arts Center, 790 NY-203, Spencertown, (518) 392-3693 https://spencertownacademy. org/ Music in the Stacks with Harmony Project Hudson Sunday, May 19, 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. The second concert in our five 2019 Music in the Stacks series features Harmony Project Hudson. We are very excited to be featuring both the students and instructors playing pop, rock and jazz. Performances will be with violin, cello, recorder and accordion. Sunday, May 19, 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Free, http://hudsonarealibrary. org/2019/04/music-in-the-stackswith-harmony-project-hudson/ Hudson Area Library, 51 North Fifth Street, Hudson, 518-8281792 www.hudsonarealibrary.org Actor’s Nightmare/Carol Burnett Skits Sunday, May 19, 3 p.m. Join the Two of Us Productions at the beautiful Copake Grange for an evening of laughs as we present a Christopher Durang one act play, “The Actor’s Nightmare” and your “Favorite Skits from The Carol Burnett Show.” You’ll still be laughing on your way home. $15 – $20, Sunday, May 19, 3 p.m., https://www.copakegrange. org/events/2019/5/15/actorsnightmare The Copake Grange #935, 628 Empire Road, Copake, 518-329-4279

MAY 23 28th Pro Jam Thursday, May 23, 8 p.m. As always, the region’s top musicians will join together for an evening of jamming. This time out, the core band will feature Gil Parris (guitar/vocals), Chris Vitarello (guitar/vocals), Pat Perkinson (bass/ vocals), Adam Ippolito (keys/vocals), and Sonny Rock (drums). The Club Helsinki Pro Jam is a bimonthly event, with dozens of professional musicians from the greater Hudson Valley region having taken part since it was launched in summer 2013. The event welcomes all working musicians in the region to sit in for a freewheeling jam. Free, Thursday, May 23, 8:00 p.m. https://helsinkihudson. ticketfly.com/e/blue-projam-61435725910/ Club Helsinki, 405 Columbia Street Hudson, 518-828-4800 www.helsinkihudson.com


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Friends of Music present the Claremont Trio STAMFORD — On Sunday, May 19, at 3 p.m., Friends of Music of Stamford NY presents the Claremont Trio. Emily Bruskin (violin), Andrea Lam (piano), and Julia Bruskin (cello) will play Haydn’s Trio No. 39 in G major, Hob. XV/25 “Gypsy”, Schumann’s Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 6, and Dvorak’s Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90 “Dumky”. Claremont Trio is sought after for its thrillingly virtuosic and richly communicative performances. First winners of the Kalichstein-LaredoRobinson International Trio Award and the only piano trio ever to win the Young Concert Artists International Auditions, the Claremont Trio’s recent seasons have included engagements at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Library of Congress, Boston’s Celebrity Series, Chicago’s Dame Myra Hess Series, Johns Hopkins University, and the Austin Chamber Music Festival, to name a few.

The Claremont Trio

The Trio has performed the Beethoven Triple Concerto with orchestras such as the Nashville Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Pacific Symphony, and Utah Symphony. Formed in 1999 at the Juilliard School, the Claremont

Trio features twin sisters Emily Bruskin and Julia Bruskin both playing old French instruments (Emily’s violin is a Lupot from 1795; Julia’s cello is a J.B. Vuillaume from 1849). The Claremonts are based in New York City near their namesake,

Claremont Avenue. Admission is by donation; the suggested donation is $12 per person, $6 for seniors & students. There is no charge for those under age 13. Cash or check only; no advance ticket sales or reservations. Friends of Music’s 33rd Season continues on the third Sunday of every month with the Attacca Quartet (string quartet) on June 16; the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble on July 21, Piazzolla: Neave Trio and Carla Jablonski, mezzosoprano,on August 18; September 15 Pegasus: The Orchestra (a contemporary orchestra project); Rachel Lee Priday, violin, and Marija Stroke, piano, on October 20; Mario Diaz-Moresco, baritone, and Spencer Myer, piano, on November 17, followed by a special free concert on December 1st. Performances are generously hosted by the Stamford United Methodist Church at 88 Main Street, Stamford, NY.

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SASHA CHERMAYEFF new paintings at BCBART Hudson opening reception Saturday May 25th 6 p.m. 2019 116 Warren Street Hudson

HUDSON — From 25th but landscapes of April a sort that Thursday, 25, 2019 A3 COLUMBIA -GMay REENE MEDIA • THE DAILY MAIL through June 30th 2019 BCB represent another world. The ART will present the exhibition: memories evoked are memories DISTANT HEIGHTS new paintof exalted sensations, emotions ings by SASHA CHERMAYEFF. on the scale of giant cliffs, all in Her new work focuses on rethe past now, but remembered membrances and interpretaand painted; paintings of distions from recent visits to distant images and fading distant have eaten to and sustain themAug. 16 Golf Tournament and men worked side by ASHLAND SPEAKS tant landsPeru Northern selves over the winter. to benefit Westchester Burn heights.” side, soldering, inspecting, Ireland. A reception for the artist will will be a meeting Unit Windham CC. using small machines, forkome “I There often paint the creek bebe held at the gallery on Saturformy thehouse, Pleasant Valley CemLike hind Aug. 24 Rips Country Ba- lifts to move the product. usually small oil day, MayThompson 25th- from 6-8started PM. etery at 7onp.m. on May 9 at are landscapes Wally zaar Haines Falls. wood. Inside my Also on view will be work the Town Hall in Ashland. il is studio, I paint abstractions, maon soldering, then after Sept. 22 Catskill Glee by gallery Artists: Michael Windham Hensoning terialThe he got burnt, got moved and gesture, sometimes Club concert benefit Ash- Lindsay-Hogg, Musho Rodney UMC will be holding its dils onville to inventory. I remember paper and sometimes on land UMC, Center Church, Alan Greenblat, Richard Butler, annual Pulled Pork Sandiful canvas. Elaine Soule would have It has been this way for Windham. are wich luncheon 11 a.m.-2 Julian Opie, Dan Welden, burn marks on her packLuof close to twenty years now. Grad- The heights of LULA Machu Picchu #1, 2019,Please Oil on canvas, on cio send mounted me your red p.m. May 3. Pozzi, Lynn Itzkowitz, Meg cigarettes from resting the ually the water, light and air here panel , 36 x 48 inches events at least 2 weeks prior Atkinson, has Ed solderingEmil ironAlzamora, down and CARES aAND have become partPRAYERS of me, of my lmgeand@yahoo.com verkeeping her from getting Smith, Marco Badot -and othPrayers for Sandra Clark and its no longer posg to nature, I’ve been fortunate of creating A all of which burned. Buffet at Ashlandcontain. CommuAS I REMEMBER IT erswho fell broke her arm. methods sible for meand to keep “landscape” ant The factory provided– nity Church p.m. covered to spend of from time that6has been there enough Gallery hours: Thursday Sincerest sympathy and “sameness” As most of youlots know out of my painting. Any of it! are prayers to the family of Bob alldish. good paying, jobs As my a result, this recent along; the synthesis of these doing. through Sundaysteady 12-6pm, andfor by reading writings, I feel Now, and for the last sevmy Cepale. Bob was a special many people, but, like many of workthe is entirely new to appointment. seemingly separate ways of body sad about Mt. Top, and eral years, I’ve been seeking out two May 18 Chicken BBQ Ashtime, person and wonderful art- working. It is drawn from memory businesses Oddly, this synthesis me. Greene County, in general, BCB ART of is the located athad 116 might beacalled the “unland Church. ak- what ist. 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CALENDAR LISTINGS MAY 24 Don Juan the libertine Friday, May 24, 8:00 pm DON JUAN or THE LIBERTINE Based on Dom Juan or Le Festin de Pierre by Moliere, newly translated by Daniel Hoyt Daniels, Directed by Barbara Leavel Smith Don Juans life of insolence, debauchery and philandering ways have left his valet believing that such behavior will only bring his master to an evil end. While actually detesting Don Juans actions, the valet has remained faithful, frequently cautioning his master. But how will God tolerate Don Juans insolence and arrogance? $10 – $22, Friday, May 24, 8 p.m. https://www.brownpapertickets. com/event/3579977 The Ghent Playhouse, 6 Town Hall Place , Ghent, 800-838-3006 www.ghentplayhouse.org

Glen Conservancy Hall is proud to announce a third season of summer concerts at its historic venue in the Mohawk Valley village of Glen, The five events are a mixture of local and visiting musicians, offering a wide variety of musical stylings. A full release is attached; here’s the schedule in brief: Glen Conservancy Hall, 1538 Mill Point Road (State Hwy 161), Fultonville, NY 12072 The Melody Makers: Big Band Music 7:30 PM Saturday, May 18, 2019 Drank the Gold: Irish Music 7:30 PM Saturday, June 22, 2019 Big Galut(e): Klezmer Ensemble 7:30 PM Saturday, July 20, 2019 Susquehanna Travellers: Civil War Songs 7:30 PM Sunday, August 4, 2019 Song Soup: A Community Collective 7:30 PM Saturday, September 14, 2019

ABB Presents Process & Performance at PS21 CHATHAM — Albany Berkshire Ballet will present a diverse selection of new works of dance developed through its unique Process & Performance initiative on May 26, at 3pm in the black box theatre at PS21. Through Process and Performance, ABB’s evolving initiative to develop new repertory, Associate Artistic Director Mary Talmi has brought together top dance faculty from around the region to create works in a wide variety of dance mediums. Works by Erica Dankmeyer and Janine Parker of Wiiliams College, Eric Otto of Skidmore will be

featured, along with repertory created by dual Artistic Directors Madeline Culpo and Mary Talmi, will be brought to life by company dancers Anna Acker, Ruslan Sprague, Marie Buser, Vincent Brewer, Lisa McBride. Some of the fruits of this process can be seen on Sunday, May 26 (3:00PM), at the PS21 Performing Arts Center in Chatham, New York, a beautiful new venue nearly equidistant to both of the primary communities we serve. May 26, 3 p.m. PS21 2980 NY-66, Chatham, Tickets: $15 http://bit.ly/ABBPS21

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Doyle, Boshart lead Panthers past Spartans

TH girls, MH boys claim Patroon Track and Field titles

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CHATHAM — Ryan Doyle homered, singled and drove in three runs and Garner Boshart went 3 for 3 with four RBI as Chatham clinched at least a share of the Patroon Conference baseball title with a 13-2 victory over Greenville on Wednesday. Chatham is now 13-2 with a game left to play at Greenville on Thursday at 4:15 p.m. Second-place CoxsackieAthens, a 15-3 winner over Catskill on Wednesday, is 12-3 and has a game left at Cairo-Durham on Thursday. Chatham can win the title outright with a victory over the Spartans. The Panthers collected 12 hits off a pair of Greenville pitchers. Zack Gregg had a duble and single with two RBI, Kaleb Taylor a double and single with an RBI, Curtis Buchan two singles and Hunter Scheriff a double. Greenville managed two singles off of winning pitcher Taylor, one each for Clifton Drollette and Keenan Mulholland. Mullholland also drove in two runs. Taylor struck out nine and walked four in going the distance for the win. Travis Wilson struck out four, walked four and allowed 11 runs (six earned) and 11 hits in five innings for Greenville. Kyle Thompson finished up, allowing two runs and one hit with a strikeout and a walk. Coxsackie-Athens 15, Catskill 3 CATSKILL — Coxsackie-Athens broke open a close game with nine runs in the sixth inning and went on to defeat Catskill, 15-3, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference baseball game at Ricky Cramer Field. The Indians led just 6-3 before erupting for nine in the top of the sixth to put the game away. Gil Bell and Michael Petramale both had two singles and an RBI for C-A. Kane Schrader singled and had two RBI, Killian Schrader and Joe Notabartolo each singled and had an RBI, Austin Schlenker singled and Ethan Foster and Casey Carroll both had an RBI. Eddie Rogers collected two singles and an RBI for the Cats (8-7). Ben Sullivan added a single and an RBI and Addison Allen and Ian Alexander both singled. Foster started and pitched six innings for C-A, striking out six, walking three and allowing three runs and five hits. Killian Schrader pitched a clean seventh inning. Devon Haye (4k,6bb,2r,2h), Cam Sosa (7bb,7r,1h), Roger (2k,2bb,6r,3h) and Alexander (2h) all pitched for Catskill. Hudson 13, Cairo-Durham 4 HUDSON — Jack Moon ripped a double and single and drove in a run to highlight an 11-hit attack as Hudson defeated Cairo-Durham, 13-4, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference baseball game played at the Montgomery C. Smith Elementary School. Kasey Moore had a double and an RBI as Hudson completed a season sweep of the Mustangs and improved to 8-5 in the Patroon. Nick Bernockie had two singles and an RBI, Isaiah Maines two singles, Charles Goodermote and Vic Gorman a single and an RBI each, Matt Bowes and Aidan Doto a single apiece and Tanner Race an RBI. Armando Salvatore and Alek Wagor both singled for Cairo-Durham (4-11). Maines (2k,6bb,3r,1h), Moon (2k,2bb), Bowes (1k) and Race (1r,1h) shared mound duties for Hudson. Salvatore (2k,4bb,11r,10h) and Wagor (2bb,2r,1h) pitched for CairoDurham.

COLONIAL Albany Academy 12, Ichabod Crane 2 VALATIE — Albany Academy pounded out 12 hits en route to a 12-2 victory over Ichabod Crane in Wednesday’s Colonial Council baseball game. The game was stopped after five innings. The Cadets scored nine in the first two innings in handing the Riders their seventh loss in 12 games. See DOYLE B2

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COXSACKIE — Amelia Canetto won three events to help the Taconic Hills win the girls team title at the Patroon Conference Track and Field Championship at Coxsackie-Athens High School on Wednesday. The Titans had nine first place finishes overall had had a total of 156 points. Maple Hill was second with 97 and Coxsackie-Athens third with 87. Maple Hill won the boys championship with 173 points. Green Tech was second with 122 and Taconic Hills third with 98.

Canetto won the 100-meter dash (:12.64), the 200 meters (:25.98) and the 400 meters (:59.89) for Taconic Hills. Teammates Makayla Sparacino and Clare Howard won two events. Sparacino took the 800-meter run (2:29.12) and the 1,500 meters (5:09.91), while Howard won the 400-meter hurdles (1:06.31) and was a member of the winning 4x400-meter relay team. Greenville’s Tess Fitzmaurice was a double winner, taking the 3,000-meter run (10:45.69) and the 2,000-meter Steeplechase (7:23.92). See TRACK B2

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Maple Hill’s Evan Kulpa finished third in the long jump during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference Track and Field Championships at Coxsackie-Athens High School.

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Chatham hands Greenville first Patroon loss By Logan Weiss Columbia-Greene Media

CHATHAM — Chatham overcame an early deficit with a fiverun second inning and went on to hand Greenville its first Patroon Conference softball loss of the season, 8-3, on Wednesday. The Panthers are now 12-1 in the Patroon, a half game ahead of the Spartans, who are 11-1. The two teams meet again on Thursday at 4:15 p.m. in Greenville with the conference championship at stake. The Spartans grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the second when Melody Kappel doubled and came around to score on an infield error. Chatham responded with five in the home half of the frame. Two walks and a single by Adryanna Jennings loaded the bases. Brooke-Lyn Doyle singled to score the Panthers’ first run, Jenna Skype walked to force in a run, Erin Madsen scored on a passed ball, Shirley Harvey’s base hit chased home another run and Hannah Taylor hit a sacrifice fly. By the time the inning was over, the Panthers had taken a 5-1 advantage. They added insurance runs in the third, fifth and sixth to put the game away. Allyssa Rippel led Chatham’s 16-hit attack with a 4 for 4 day at the plate. Jennings tripled and singled, Skype had three singles and two RBI, Doyle three singles and an RBI, Harvey two singles and an RBI, Taylor a single and an RBI, Haley Pulver a single and Sydney Putnam an RBI. Greenville collected 12 hits,

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Chatham catcher Brooke-Lyn Doyle dives for a foul pop-up during the first inning of Wednesday’s Patroon Conference game against Greenville.

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Greenville’s Emma Haller is called out at third on a force play during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference game against Chatham. The Chatham third baseman is Adryanna Jennings.

including a pair of doubles by Jazzmin Gibson. Kappel had a double,

Caila Benning and Kasey Pfleging three singles apiece, Emma Haller

two singles, Alexis Caprio a single and Molly SanEmeterio an RBI. Skype went the distance on the mound for the win, striking out five and walking one. Kappel took the loss, fanning five and walking three. “I am proud of the way the girls came out and played against a very good Greenville team,” Chatham coach J.B. Brantley said. “We knew what we were playing for and the girls responded. I loved our at-bats against a very good pitcher in Kappel, took care of the little things and it worked out.” Hudson 7, Maple Hill 4 HUDSON — Thanks to a productive fifth inning, Hudson defeated Maple Hill, 7-4, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game. With the game tied 4-4, the Bluehawks pulled away for good with three runs in the fifth. Katie Jepsen got things rolling for Hudson with a solo homer in the first inning. Nicole Conte and Gabby Cozzolino both had two hits. Maple Hill was able to collect seven hits in the game. Statia Walker had a double and had one run scored and an RBI. Makaila Maier led Maple Hill in RBI with two. Alysa Houghtaling led the team in hits with two. Nicole Conte earned the win for Hudson with seven innings pitched, striking out eight and allowing six hits and four runs. Houghtaling was the losing pitcher, finishing with ten See CHATHAM B2


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Athletes compete in the 110-meter hurdles during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference Track and Field Championships at CoxsackieAthens High School.

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Runners sprint toward the finish line in the 100-meter dash during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference Track and Field Championships at Coxsackie-Athens High School.

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Athletes compete in the 3,000-meter steeplechase during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference Track and Field Championships at Coxsackie-Athens High School.

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Markiewicz (CD) 33-07.50; Discus: Alana Burden (R) 10209; Pentathalon: Amy Smith (TH) 1678 points.

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Bryan Jacobs’ four victories highlighted Maple Hill’s showing in the boys competition. Jacobs won the triple jump (40-11.50), the 110-meter hurdles (:15.50), the 400-meter hurdles (1:00.22) and was a member of the Wildcats’ winning 4,400-meter relay team. Henry Goca had a big day for Rensselaer, winning the 3,000-meter Steeplechase (9:42.60), the 3,200-meter run (10:10.41), the 1,600 meters (4:49.52) and 800 meters (2:06.58) Results:

GIRLS Taconic Hills 156, Maple Hill 97, Coxsackie-Athens 87, Emma Willard 60, Rensselaer 60, Hudson 45, Greenville 28, Catskill 19, Cairo-Durham 17, Chatham 13. 100m: Amelia Canetto (TH) :12.86; 200m: Amelia Canetto (TH) :25.98; 400m: Amelia Canetto (TH) :59.89; 800m: Makayla Sparacino (TH) 2:29.12; 1500m: Makayla Sparacino (TH) 5:09.91; 3000m: Tess Fitzmaurice (G) 10:45.69; 100m hurdles: Caroline Page (R) :16.30; 400m hurdles: Clare Howard (TH) 1:06.31; 200m Steeplechase: Tess Fitzmaurice (G) 7:23.92; 4x100m relay:

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strikeouts and allowing six hits and seven runs. Coxsackie-Athens 15, Cairo-Durham 3 CAIRO — Despite giving up three runs in the first inning, Coxsackie-Athens defeated Cairo-Durham, 15-3, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game. The game was called after five innings. Cairo-Durham took a 3-1 lead early, but for the rest of the game the Lady Indians would dominate. Peyton Bradt was on the mound for C-A,pitching five innings and striking out three. She gave up three hits and three runs. C-A took the lead with three runs in the second inning, then dded three more in the third, two in the fourth and six in the fifth and final inning. Ryan Carroll had two doubles in the game and Madison O’Callaghan had one double for the Indians Erin Mogul had a triple. Overall, Coxsackie had 15 hits. Carroll, Bradt and Lexi Varade all went 2 for 4. Carroll, Bradt and Varade led the team in RBI’s with two each.

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Derek Bender led Academy with a triple, single and three RBI. Evan Kelley had two singles and three RBI, Dan Moshier a double and an RBI, Sam Sundwall two singles and two RBI and Aidan O’Keefe two singles. Quinn Halpin had a single and an RBI for the Riders. Josh

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Runners compete in the 4x800-meter relay during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference Track and Field Championships at CoxsackieAthens High School.

Rensselaer (Naomi Davies, Ohyna Graham, Alana Burden, Faith Nelson) :51.08; 4x400m relay: Taconic Hills Ichabod Crane 7, CCHS 3 Ichabod Crane 14, CCHS 0 VALATIE — Ichabod Crane, the No. 3 ranked Class B softball team in the state, added two more wins on Wednesday, sweeping a Colonial Council doubleheader with Catholic Central, 7-3 and 14-0. In the opener, Isabella Milazzo pitched a complete game with 16 strikeouts. Laney Altomer ripped a pair of doubles in support of Milazzo. Emma Scheitinger tripled and rove in two, Mackenzie Wendelken doubled, Kaili Saccento had two singles and an RBI, Marissa Wheeler and Gabbie Cox a single and an RBI each, Jenna Downey and Cali Rngwood a single apiece and Brittany Futia an RBI. In dominant fashion, Wheeler and the Riders shut down Catholic Central in the nightcap. Wheeler allowed just two hits and struck out seven. Downey had a home run for the Riders. She finished 2 for 2 and had three RBI. Wendelken was 2 for 3 with a double and drove in a run. Wheeler had three singles and three RBI, Cox three singles, Saccento two singles and two RBI, Futia a single and two RBI, Altomer a single and an RBI, Scheitinger and Cameron Phippen a single each and Kayla Walsh an RBI.

Nooney, Nick Pelesz, Cameron Holzhauer and Rama Culver all singled and Connor Bailey drove in a run. Sundwall struck out two, walked one and allowed two runs and five hits in going the distance for the win. Austin Walsh struck out one, walked three and surrendered nine runs (four earned) and six hits in 1 2/3 innings. Aidan Frick pitched the last 3 1/3 innings, allowing three runs and six hits with three strikeouts and three walks.

(Delana Bonci, Sage Pulver, Andrea Snyder, Clare Howard) 4:23.90; 4x800m relay: Emma Wllard (Zoe Nguyen, Skylar

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Dailey, Cate Nguyen, Cece Lagomarsino) 10:36.18; High Jump: Lauren Matter (CA) 5-00; Pole Vault: Lily Russo

(TH) 8-00; Long Jump: Julia Pugliese (MH) 16-06.75; Triple Jump: Julia Pugliese (MH) 35-01; Shot Put: Christina

Maple Hill 173, Green Tech 122, Taconic Hills 98, Rensselaer 59, Coxsackie-Athens 43, Hudson 28, Cairo-Durham 27, Chatham 18, Greenville 15, Catskill 6. 100m: Majid Musa (GT) :11.29; 200m: Delandre Johnson (GT) :22.87; 400m: Salah Harris (R) :52.43; 800m: Henry Goca (R) 2:06.58; 1600m: Henry Goca (R) 4:49.52; 3200m: Henry Goca (R) 10:10.41; 110m hurdles: Bryan Jacobs (MH) :15.50; 400m hurdles: Bryan Jacobs (MH) 1:00.22; 3000m Steeplechase: Henry Goca (R) 9:42.60; 4x100m relay Green Tech (Delandre Johnson, Christopher Barry Jr., Andriew Garcia-Gonzalez, Majid Musa, Majid) :43.81; 4x400m relay: Maple Hill (Evan Kulpa, Joseph Beber, Bryan Jacobs, Luc Charlebois) 3:37.79; 4x800m relay: Taconic Hills (Jesse Hartman, Griffin Howard, Neil Howard, Zach Colwell) 8:48.00; High Jump: Shane Kyrietwie (GT) 5-10.00; Pole Vault: Hunter Pomykaj (MH) 10-06.00; Long Jump: Trevor New (TH) 21-04.50; Triple Jump: Bryan Jacobs (MH) 4011.50; Michael Johnson (GT) 42-05.50; Discus: Jason Gaylord (TH) 130-03; Pentathalon: Thatcher Deyoe (MH) 2954 points.

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Chatham’s Allyssa Rippel at bat during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference game against Greenville.

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Greenville’s Jazzmin Gibson hits a fly ball to center field during Wednesday’s Patroon Conference game against Chatham.

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Twins eliminated from Region III Tournament By Tim Martin Columbia-Greene Media

ONONDAGA — ColumbiaGreene Community College’s season came to an end on Tuesday as the Twins fell to Onondaga Community College, 11-3, in the Region III Softball Tournament. The Twins threatened in the first inning as Jenna Poulsen had an infield single, followed by a Holly Kleinmeier walk with one out. Kaylee Hoffman hit into a fielder’s choice and then Justine Albin

grounded out to the pitcher to end the inning. Onondaga came out on first in the first inning, plating four runs, thanks to an error and three consecutive hits. The Blazers added two more in the second to boost their lead to 6-0. The Twins began to chip away in the third. After a lead-off single by Baylee Cox, Holly Kleinmeier blasted a monster home run on a 3-2 count to deep center field to

trim the lead to 6-2. Hoffman and Albin would follow that up with back-to-back singles but would be left stranded. The Twins went down in order in the fourth and Onondaga came back with five more runs to put the game out of reach. C-GCC gtallied its final run in the fifth on an RBI single by Jaci Gehring. “Tough way to go out,” Columbia-Greene coach Peter Dedrick said. “We put our selves in a early

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CHATHAM — Chatham’s top four singles players posted victories as the Panthers topped Schoharie, 5-1, in Wednesday’s Section II Class C tennis match. Keon Armstrong, Alex Schwab, Kennty Fay and John Miles all won their matches as did the Panthers’ doubles team of Jack Bryant and Jonah Gray. Chatham, the No. 2 seed, advances to play No. 3 Hadley-Luzerne in the Class C semifinals. Results: Singles: Keon Armstrong (C) defeated Noah Fagnani, 6-0, 6-0; Alex Schwab (C) defeated Landon Scofield, 6-0,

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CBA 4, HUDSON 3 HUDSON — Seventhseeded CBA won three single matches and at No. 2 doubles to edge second-seeded Hudson, 4-3, in Wednesday’s Section II Class B tennis match. “It was a good season, we finished 14-1 with this loss to CBA being our only loss,” Hudson Coach, Al Qua said. “We just didn’t quite have to

hole and couldn’t dig our way out of it. Offensively, we did a good job with nine hits, but couldn’t take advantage of it and stranded to many runners. Onondaga took advantage of the opportunities we gave them. They had 11 runs on 11 hits and we had three runs on nine hits and that was the difference. “You could see the big lay-off we had with cancellations had an affect on us early on. We just weren’t quite our selves to begin with.” Despite the loss, Dedrick was

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the step in us to win against CBA.” Results: Singles: Michael Kendrick (CBA) defeated Rifa Hoq, 6-1, 6-0; Spencer Smith (CBA) defeated Rukon Hussain, 7-5, 6-3; Brendan Henges (CBA) defeated Rifat Hoque 6-4, 6-3; Jahid Hassan (H) defeated Noah Ryan, 1-6, 6-1, 6-1; Farhan Chowdhury (H) defeated Anthony Zaccaria 6-4, 6-2. Doubles: Jarrett Crast & Mutassim Fuad (H) defeated Josh Huckans & George Reynolds-Cotzas, 6-2, 6-2; Alex Gonzalez & Ivan Huang (CBA) defeated Fahim Ahmed & Thomas Allie 6-2, 6-0.

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Legal Notice for 2018 ING/BOARD OF EDU- B. THE BUDGET tions for absentee bal- NOTICE IS HEREBY Shall the Board of Ed- thereafter as necesNotice is hereby given that the Road, New with themust Planning Atten- GIVEN, New York. The States ucation ciety, FSB, be a Federal Savings sary options, includingqualified trying to 05/07/2019 Applicant: CENpany) ofReport. Or- 239 Island Drive, Town CATION ELECthatUnited a Public Water Articles Quality Shall Free-hold, the Board ofYork Ed- tion lotsSecretary beBoard, received authorized to enable COURT NOTICE School Election District Regis- PUBLIC 12431. DATED: March 13, SUPREME of America, if designated as a Bank d/b/a Christiana Trust, a work with your lender during TRAL HUDSON GAS & Jodi Keyser,OF PO ganization were filed of Copake, County of TION/BUDGET VOTE Hearing on the proThe law has required ucation of the Catskill by the Board Clerk at to: (a) acquire two (2) voters who are NEWin defendant in this action, may Division of Wilmington Sav- this process. To locateinanthe Housing THE 2019 Hudson /s/ Monica Kenny-Keff enELECTRIC CORPORATION ters of the qualified voters of the The Box V STATE Mellenville,OF NY 12544 with the Secretary of Columbia the NOTICE ISandHEREBY posed 2019-2020 thatSOUTH the Ashland Water Central KENNY-KEFF School least -of seven (7) Please days a maximum place at call 9:00 COUNTY OF (HHA)District, re- YORK MONICA Refanswer or appear within sixty buses ings Fundat Society, FSB, solely polling tity near you, you may the 284 AVE POUGHHudson City School District in Authority advance the meeting. eree OVERTON, RUSSELL, (60) days of service hereof. In in its capacity as trustee for toll-free helpline maintained KEEPSIE, NY 12601-4838 FaHudson, Columbia County, NY, note that inclusion of the appliState New an York New GIVEN,of that the York. Board quests Districtofprepare an- State Greeneproposals County, from New GREENE prior to the election Budget for the Taconic aggregate cost of p.m. to cast their balDOERR & DONOVAN, LLP case of your failure to appear and on behalf of the Knoxville by the New York State Departcility: CL Transmission Line for each Election District for the cation upon the agenda does (SSNY) 01/03/2019. has been desigof Education of the contractors nual on Drinking Water SSNY York, be authorized and voteLOAN (by May 10, Hills Central School $250,000; (b) expend lots. SERfor LAWNto OCWEN Plaintiff 19 Exor answer, judgment will be 2012 Trust, c/o 21st ment of FURTHER Financial Services at Cairo Substation to LawrencevAnnual Budget Vote and School guarantee thatballot the applicant ALEX ROSKIN LLC, Office location: Greene as Central agent ofSchool LLC Attorneys Catskill shall be held in such Quality Report. This nated expend forthe sums of not 2019) ifLLC, the is to District sums forMortgage such AND NOecutive Parkand DriveSNOW Clifton VICING, taken against you by default Corporation, by Assignment of (800) 342-3736 or visit the Deille Substation Cairo/ Catskill, Board Election of said voters to CARE will be present at the meeting. 55Arts. NORTH of Org. 6,filedLLC. with County. has upon whom process District, Greene Board of Education report hasSSNY been mailed money, which will be V.be mailed to the voter the purpose from unalloTICE IS HEREBY GIVREMOVAL SERVICES Park, New York 12065 for the relief demanded in the Mortgage dated May 14, 2018 partment’s website at www. NY Application ID: 4-1999be held on May 21, 2019, have Farm SUPREME – COUNTY Arts. Org. filed with the of COURT SSNY on been as against it County, New York, will Room the Wanted Taconic to alldesignated billable required School or the E. dayMATTHEW, before the 410 fundin the balance; THAT petitions NOTE:WE AREfor A DEBT COL- VINITA amendedof complaint. Greene cated and recorded Greene EN dfs.ny.gov. RIGHTS AND OB00031/00004 Permits(s)water Apbeen duly filed in may the officebe of at GREENVILLE CENTRAL the Columbia ApartHelp OF GREENE OCWEN LOAN the SSNY on 04/04/19. 03/25/2019. Office loc: agent LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO County is designated as the and County on June nominating LIGATIONS, YOU ARE NOT plied for: 1 Article 24 Freshwathe District Clerk located at SCHOOL PO BOX 129 4982 of LLC upon served. The post ofhold the Annual Public Hills Central School, parcels and users. A District purposes for election (May 20, 2018) (c)Clerk’s levy Office the necescandidates ET. AL. ment Complex, 41 SERVICING, LLC, Plaintiff Office: GreeneMACDONCounty. Columbia County. whom COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY NOTICE place of trial. The basis of ven- sary 13, 2018 Instrument No.: REQUIRED LEAVE tercopy Wetlands located: is fice Hudson Highon School, Harry North STATE 81 will GREENCheck OutTOofOur process against address to 215 which Hearing the Budget New York, of Project this isreport the 2019-2020 school if theROUTE ballot be Craryville, taxas therefore, the office memagainst JEROMY OF SALE Second Street, HILL FARM, LLC, EASTM2018-1560 GRANBY, CT(the needs“Mort7 to for INFORMA-TION OBTAINED ue is the location of the mortYOUR HOME AT THIS TIME. MULTIPLE TOWNS in Howard Ave., Hudson, NY, and VILLE, NY 12083 NOTICE TO OXEN SSNY designated as itInavailable SSNY hasMACDONALD, been desigALD, ANGELA mayCOUNTY be served. the SSNY shall mail a8, Hudson, onsaid Wednesday, May on Tuesday, May 8, tobe at Project the Ashyears, inNY the amount of NOTICE picked The up personally levied and collected ofHAVE the Board of EdISBoard HEREBY 12534. temporary workers 5/1/2019 12/1/2019, work tools, in ber WILL BE USED FOR THAT gaged premises in this action gage”). The relief sought YOU THE RIGHT TO GREENE Dethe registers shall remain BIDDERS of Educaagent of as the agent LLC upon nated upon et al Defendant(s). Pursuant to SSNY shall Mail a copy equipment without to worker. 2018, at any 6:00process p.m. 2019 6:30 p.m., pre- in land The Town Hall, the $42,640,929 Budby of thethe voter at the suchcost as ucation shallHOME be filed pursuant to Ofa supplies, Details ofSCHEDULE the(The project “A” GIVEN at 5449at State Route 23,provided Windthis action is aamounts Final Judgment STAY IN YOUR DURscription: applicant is proon file atof such office and will bein PURPOSE. tion Greenville Central awhom Judgment of Foreclosure and against whom process process against Housing will be available without cost to workers who Process to: against the LLC served the to inspection Catskill High and vailing time. The budAshland Post Office get),that and plot, to levy fice ofDistrict the will Board Clerk. be determined the FORECLOSURE District Clerk “ALL certain piece or Final ham, New York 12496. NO- may of Foreclosure and Sale, by di- with ING THE posing to of rebuild the CL Transopen by any qualiSchool receive sepJudgment of insurance requireSale entered on March 11,be Copy reasonably to permanent residence at it themay served. LLCbe may parcel of land, the buildTICEwill YOU ARE INreturn DANGER recting the sale of the MortYOU ARE NOT mission miles ofof upon fied voter ofLibrary said City School arate sealed bidsvoters for: REFUSE Trading him/her is: for 12th School the ments get be available fortheir and Line on along the 10Town $18,894,778 against All qualified who cannot the Board of Education atPROCESS. the District Clerk's dated may withbe ob- Foreclosure 2019. I, the undersigned Refer- Backwoods the end of the work day. IfTransportation reimbursement SSNY shall mail copy served. SSNY shall ings and improvements thereOF LOSING YOUR HOME gaged Premises to satisfy the REQUIRED TO LEAVE existing ROW between the District, Monday through FriREMOVAL and RECYCLING ee will sell at public auction at Company LLC, 30at Street Holdings,ofLLC; presentation the review on May 1, 2019, Ashland website the taxable real propmeet the criteria for taking into account office in Craryville, February 6, 2019, and tained at the HHA's and subsistence is provided upon completion of 15 days on erected, situate, lying and you do not respond to this debt secured by the Mortgage YOUR HOME UNLESS AND North Catskill, Lawrenceville day, at all reasonable times beFOR 2019-2020 SCHOOL ofmail process to the LLC, process to: Alex Germans the Greene County CourtHillSubstations. Road, 166 Street, 2019-2020 the District Office. www.ashlandny.com. erty in in theTown School Dis- entered "permanently disstate received? York, PROPERTY not later 50% of the summons work contract. is aid guaranteed 3/4for New inBoard the of Office of orat office, 41of North being the Greensupplemental and Work described above. for Help UNTIL YOUR IS and South Cairo tween 8 Duane a.m. and Budget 4 p.m. up toof main YEAR The Education house, 32048Main 3276 Route 23A, Pa- Freehold Roskin, HalfStreet, Circle of the workdays during the contract period. Hours offered NY 12431. Suite 2B, New York, the Catskill Central NOTICE IS HEREBY You may also review a trict? abled" and are so cer4. To transact such than 22, 2019 at the Clerk of the County Second Street, Hudville, County of Green and amended complaint by servHomeowners in Foreclosure SOLDApril AT AUCTION PURSUThe project involves the removMay 21, 2019. Please contact reserves the right to reject any Catskill, N.Y. on the 11 th day of lenville, NY NY12463. Dr, Ancram, 12502. 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Coons District the District Office of Greenville buildings thereon erected, situ- LLC ofthe Labor at 860-2636020. apply for the tothe dissolve: purpose the isTown Hall. If No any business FURTHER GIVEN, that hours. CAL S 14º YEAR the sentee School ballots by DATE: mail. conic Hills Central the Or Education Law District Clerk, and VINITA E. Department Information is Plaintiff being 20’ 34”Shall W 275.00 you and filing answer with to Summons and Complaint You the MAIN IN YOUR HOME,must YOU wetlands by use of tempoClerk DATE: May 13, 2019perCentral until: Hettos, LLC.in Filed with ate, and being the Town of job at the nearest local office of the SWA. Job order date. under the stateNew also questions or concerns a copy of the sumfrom ofavailable Absentee must School will be of State of New by at Blue on Lapis LLC, Art. feet a $801,928, point markingsepthe the court, District a default judgment are the in danger of losing your be AREsigned REQUIRED TO least TAKE rary matting to gain access to mitted Monday, Juneballots 3, 2019 ET AL. TIME: are #215191. at MATTHEW, SSNY 2/6/2019. Of-of specific Greenville, County of Greene corner of may beon entered, and youMay can York. home. If you fail to respond to twenty-five CARE OF YOUR PROPERTY the pole locations. Permanent Notice hereby that a li-of wnorthwest 10:00 a.m. Specifications and Liability arise in regards to the York mentisLimited of thegiven amount arate apart from be Defendant(s). received in the Of- Employee held Tuesday, (25) qualiOrg. filed SSNY I, the w w. h uand dson h othe u slands i n - the and State of Newwith York. Said Notice fice: Greene County. must be able to to an plant,the cultivate, weed and harof Formation of now or for-merly of Sinkway lose your home. Speak summons and complaint AND PAY PROPERTY disturbance of DEC freshwater cense, number PENDING for bid forms may be obtained on Law. will This report, please make us Company money which be gauthority.org. the Catskill Central undersigned fice of the Board Clerk vest 21, a2019 between the AND FURTHER NO- fied voters or 2%TAXof premises known as 1860 on 2/1/19. Off.Counloc.: Referee large variety of vegetable, fruit and flower crops. SSNY designated as wetlands and the northeast corner of attorney or go tohave the a court in knowledge this foreclosure action, you ES IN ACCORDANCE WITH willLiability include theComaugerBeer & Liquor has been the District’s website www. Applicants ty Columbia Route 41, Greenville, N.Y. Limited should general of vegetable notification is made aware and we will try required for School School District budget, not later than 3:30 hours of noon and 9:00 TICE IS HEREBY GIVthe voters inLOCAL the previCo. SSNY will sell at public aucProposals will be acagent for process & other lands to be con-veyed to where your case is pending may lose your home. Please STATE AND LAW. ing of the holes and installation applied for by the undersigned greenville csd.org or at the pany (LLC). 12083. (Section: 37.01, plant propagation and that greenhouse pursuant to liquor Section offer aThe solution. District purposes dur- cepted for the support and tion P.M. aton the the day of the production, p.m., prevailing time, in beEN a copymainteoflbs. the ous annual election, designated as Block: agent ofto GREENE up deed to and no Manzo by recorded for further onMust how read and comForeclosure Rescue Scams the new poles. old sell beer & at retail Business Office, Greenville shall 369 Main nance and information propagation. ablethe to summons lift up to 50 1, Lot:mail 19).to:Approximate Name: Wolcott & poles Car- to ofthe theensuing Limited Li- later Thank you. Richard year maintenance of 1, the COUNTY Election and 4982 Vote, the Veterans Commustatement ofshould the is greater, simul-taneously herewith; to answer the supplemental plaint and carefully. You im- whichever Be careful of people who apwill be removed and the areaE. 206 ining a restaurant under the alcoCentral School, SRMay 81, May upon of whom process COURTthan 3pm, May be required to operate machinery do various other amount lien $ 121,174.91 Street Catskill NY roll, LLC Articles of holic beverage control law at running thence from said point summons and protect your mediately contact an attorney proach you with offers to restored. Greenville, NY 12083. Robyn (the Company Budget), Law. as pre- 2019, Catskillat Public Library HOUSE, 21, 2019. 320 A listMAIN of all field nity work. Room of farm the maintenance, Ta- amount of the District and may bePurpose: served & any shall Tompkins, Town Su- ability General brush of clearingmoney and the HHA's plus interest and costs. 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NOTICE sions of filed Rd., judgmentKindeand Secretary Education, may be ob- as that the run-ning necessary tax NY sentee School, Craryville, New duties to the School Dis- and residence of thein ynolds 12414, ballots on May shall 22, months indicated in detailed ments, York and Department COS LLC Johnathan Young said course through will not stop this foreclosure tectfund yourself. Sources of Infortices of foreclosure actions New (SSNY) draft on NOTICE terms of sale. Index No. 680-17. OF FORMAtained by any resident be levied to pay the have been issued will York, at which time the trict's budget for the candidate. A profit copy LB FERMENTS LLC, rhook, NY 12106. 2019 at 9:15 AM, project description. permits where applicable, are & Daniel Young / ABRAXan iron pin set 25.00 feet from SUPPLEMENTAL SUMaction. YOU MUST REmation and Assistance The order to unfairly fromofa NOTICE is hereby givPaul M. Freeman, Esq., Refer- March 8, 2019. Office TION OF A LIMITED MILLER FARMS, SUFFIELD, CT needs 7 temporary during AS the center BigEqual Woods Road; MONS STATE SPONDwill BYGeneral SERVING A COState encourages you to be- such homeowner’s distress. same. For detailed Li- premises be available in- 415 ofTACOS the District during HHA polls be opened to workers 2019-2020 school petition may You be Articles of lawful Org. purp. filed available Purp.: any knownOFfor as NEW 43 is of an Open thatforainspection license, num- LIABILITY ee. Help 5/1/2019 to 12/7/2019, work tools, supplies, location: Greene COMPANY hours at the running thence along said HIGH YORK SUPREME COURT, vote PY OFbyTHE ANSWER ON equipment come informed aboutwithout your op-costobtained should be extremely careful brary budget informaspection to qualified the fourteen (14) days portunity voting by mayear, exclusive pubthe Office with the SSNY& on normal McCabe, Weisberg, HILL ROAD, Employer unprovided of to worker. atHousing will ber business "Pending" Has (LLC) County. SSNY Desigaddress of the contact person. ABRAXAS TACOS LLC filed stone wall the follow-ing COUNTY OF GREENE INTHE ATTORNEY FOR THE tions in foreclosure. In addiabout any such promises and Conway, LLCOffice Attorney(s)loc: for available may without who cannot immediately preceding tionthecontact theoflibrary voters of the at chine and ballot on the be lic monies, be cost ob- toofanyworkers District Clerk during 4/2/19. NY District 12015: der direction applied for the The NOTICE OF StreetORTobeen ensure timely service atLLC the Art. Of Org. with the SSNY courses and dis-tances: Sthe 72º ATHENS, DEX NUMBER: 18-0609 AIDE PLAINTIFF (MORTGAGE tion to seeking assistance suggestions you as Agent of by of the LLC on is U.S. Plaintiff 145County. Huguenot - nated reasonably return their permanent residence atthat thehours. endpay NEEDED for general d 34” i Dept r 77.30 e ofcfeet; tNo r , Section the Office ofOctober the Board thename Annual Meeting, following items: tained by anyto taxpayer regular school Greene SSNY 103, Block 6, HUD and undersigned to sell time of inspection, it is recom3/04/18. Office: Columbia 03’ W 89º 31’ DATE FILED: 17, COMPANY) AND FILING from an attorney or legal aid them a fee or sign over your GANIZATION OF Suite 210 New Rochelle, New upon whom process 12th of the work day. Transportation reimbursement and subhousekeeping and shopStreet Capital, 518-943-4230. Clerk during regular of- ping commencing Thurs1. adopt the annual in thethere during The shall dehas been mended an appointment be County. SSNY designated as encourages 34” W 286.99 feet to an inter2018 21st MORTGAGE CORTHETo WITH THE sistence office, are government deed.petition State any11: Section 3 Lot Beer, that Wine and Liquor is District provided upon completion of 15 law daysrequires or 50% York 10801 (914)designated 636-8900 LIMITED LIABILITY against inANSWER the Hudson area it may be LLC. Articles of Ormade with the contact person. agent of the LLC upon whom secting stone wall; running PORTION, as Servicing Agent COURT. ORDER AUTHORIZagencies and non-profit orgaone offering such services for day, May 2, 2019, ex- and NOTICE IS FURTHER fice hours, AM to with budget of the Taconic the daysWork im-is scribe least the asCOMPANY agent upon whom THAT 8:00 CERTAIN Minority and ALL of the fourteen work contract. guaranteedatfor 3/4 of the at retail SSNY under the Al- ganization a vehicle. 2-3 times a served. shall filed with State Environmental Quality process against it may be thence along said intersecting for the Knoxville 2012 Trust, ING SERVICE: The foregoing nizations that you may contact profit to enter into a contract workdays duringpreceding the contract period. Workers not of cept Saturdays, SunGIVEN, that the District 3:00 PM, until the day Hills Central School mediately length of the term process against the Craig A Huther LLC Arts. of Org. week, 6-9 hours. Call PLOT, PIECE OR PARWomen's Business Encoholic Beverage ConFIRST:The name of Reviewa (SEQR) served. SSNY of shallState mail of prostone wall N 06º 11’ 36” W Plaintiff, - against –ROBERT (646)770-6166. Supplemental Summons is required for information about which fully theorsercopy Determination of process Secretary of terprises to work extrapossible hours $13.25 per hr. filed w/ SSNY 5/10/19 Off. in mail has walk-in voter of CRAMER; the District dayto or during foryouthe fiscal the Annual Meeting ex- offered. office anddescribes contain the LLC be served. OF Annual LAND, WITH submit trolThe Law at 562 Project is an Unlisted Action cess the holidays, LLC,(SSNY) 953 Columbia 374.01 feet toto a point on regthe CEL W. ARTHUR CRA- District served upon pursuant to applicable the may Limited Liability piece rate. Applicants to apply contact CT LLC, 231 SHEPMain New Greene Co. SSNY desig. as to: York on proposals. istration and any perElection & Vote. regular school hours year 2019-20 and to cept Saturdays, Sunname of the last SSNY shall mail proTHE BUILDINGS AND ARD HILL ROAD ROXand will not have a significant St, Hudson NY 12534. Pursoutherly boundary of the MER, INDIVIDUALLY AND an order of the Supreme Court Department of Labor at 860-263-6020. Or apply for theinAIRLINE CAREERS Start Company is ELIZAagt. of LLC whom process may Street, P.O. Box 192, April 2, 2019. 8:00Any A.M. 4:00New P.M., lands son now can register to I M BYPADMINISTRATOR OF authorize the requisite days or nearest holidays, at cumbent, state cess to:SSNY 150 Water St., on the A pose: lawfulto purpose. or formerly owned AS of the State of New York, job at the local office of the SWA.must Job order RTHE O V EORDER M E N T OF S Here BURY NYenvironment. 12474 for -Get trained as FAA be served. shall mail proBETH HOUSE LLC impact Baltimore, New location: Negative Declaration is on file. York O’Hara, said the point also be- THEREON THE OFOF ROBERT County ofAviation Greene (Hon. will include not name limited to)and planting, vote with School THE ESTATE BOARD EDU- certified at theoffice Office of the Su- by portion therefore to Lisa be #215182. District Work school build-(butthe resiCatskill, NY245 12414.to New ERECTED, cess to the LLC, Mansion On Premises ConTechni(hereinafter referred Germantown Central School 12124. Purpose: fertilizer, cultivating, hoeing, hanging A coordinated review was not 239 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION ing the north-westerly corner W. CRAMER; “THE M. Fisher), the 5th day Island Drive, Townof SUPREME COURT - SITUATE, St, Apt 2, Coxsackie, 12051. York District from 8:00 AM CATION OF ROBERT THE cian. perintendent raised bydated taxation on applying ings properly between the denceharvesting, of20 each signer, Purpose: Any NYLawful LYING, AND Financial aid forand qualisumption. as the "Company") tobacco spaced at heights of feet. Taking performed. SEQR Lead Agency The City of Hudson, New York, of oth-er lands to be conW. CRAMER ESTATE DEof December 2018 enany lawful purpose. 123 Germantown, NYstate 12526the ofSchools, Copake, County of COUNTY Purpose: any lawful activity. OF 343 West to 3:00 PMCOLUMMonday CATSKILL CENTRAL the taxable hours ofMain 8:00 Street, a.m. and and able must Purpose. students. Jobproperty placeIN THE TOWN THEDesignated FARMHOUSE and packing tobacco. Being to set, operate State Historic Columbia shall sell at publicand auction in the veyed to Manzo; run-ning BEING FENDANTS” (said last name fied tered in the Greene County down SECOND:The Articles None the Phone: (518)and 537-6281 ext. residence 302 BIA ment assistance. Call AIM Main Street, Catskill, through Friday on days SCHOOL DISTRICT on the District. 4:00 p.m., prevailing name and and repair farm machinery farm buildings. Drive bus of OF ATHENS, AND Preservation Act (SHPA) DeterCommon Council Chambers of thence along the lands of being fictitious, it being the inClerk’s Office on the 23rd day CATERERS, LLC Public Hearing of Organization of the LEGAL NOTICE OF ESTOPState of New York. Notice is hereby given to transport workers to and from field. Not all workers for free information 866ROF IIIDistrict LEGAL TI- COUNTY (518) the 537-6283 mination HudsonYork, City Hall,at520 WarO’Hara the courses tention of theOF plaintiff to desig- 2. of April, when thefollowing OfficJudy Kusminsky New each U.S. To 2019. electNATURE two OF (2) time and also Fax: at said candidate. GREENE 562 SHEPARD HILL the County's CoPEL The bond resolution, a Greene Company were filed required to drive. Workers that are requested to drive will SSNY has been desigthat an order entered 296-7094 The proposed activity is not ren Street, Hudson, New York and distances: N 84º 39’ 43” nate thereby any and all perACTION AND RELIEF TRUST school building and at TLE es are open,2015-1, at the AND BoardSTATE Clerk OF NEW members of the Board be District Election. A re- AND FURTHER NOsummary of which is published of ordination ROAD Transporta- 12534, requireFull-time to possess (School appropriate license. No one will be the Secretary subject to review in accordance nated on theagent 10th day June BY W 312.99 N 84º 17’Office, 46” W sons or entities not specifically of SOUGHT: The object of this Year) Registered asfree ofofLLC bywith the Supreme Court,on tion U.S.feet; BANK NAherewith, has been adopted each association Board Clerk's Education: two (2) port of tax exemptions, TICE IS HEREBY GIVYORK rejected for the position that does not possess a driver's ROXBURY NY 12474 Plan Draft State on April 16, with SHPA. The application 2019, at 3:00 o’clock in the af583.62 feet to a found angle named and joined as a party action is to foreclose a mortwhom library process CLASS B DRIVER, experiColumbia County, on Monday, May 6, 2019, upon May 14, 2019, and the validity Professional Nurse ASSOCIAMosthow of themuch time work performed outside some343setWest Main and public members for thefive (5) license. showing of isEN, that pursuant to a willOF be are sold NOTICE herein ORtype is exempt and/or the projternoon, the premises locatedin TIONAL iron at the lands nowStreet, or for- Premises defendant who the ence gage lien against premis2019. of the 22nd obligations preferred. Benefits it Street, may be TION, the dayauthorized ofA p r ibyl , 5:00 under hot or cold conditions. ispm very physically ASNew LEGAL Hours 7:45 toWork 3:00 Catskill, York,STIun- subject The Budterms, County, commencthe total assessed val- am rule adopted by the ect involves the continuation of against atthe 427 District. Warren Hudson, merly owned by Simoni 02º heirs at law, of kin, dis- year es in Greene New times to next provisions GANIZATION OF PM Associates such resolution may be hereafGhent LLC, THIRD: The County EOE, F/T, P/T. Please call demanding requiring workers to bend, stoop, lift, and carry post of- TLE 2019, bearing Index TRUSTEE, an existing County activity. served. New bearing tax map 15’ 48” E 8, 687.24 feet a oftributees, adminisYork located at, and1, commonget York, andThe attachments til May 2019Plaintiff fortothe ing on July 2019 up uetoon final assessBoard of experience Education Salary:basis. $35,083.00 filed executors, Judgment In- 518-325-3331 LIMITED LIABILITY Greene Buildterwithin contested only if such 50 the lbs. on a frequent 1 month re- in Arts of operational Org.Public filed with fice the14288-19, State ofobliNew which Number a ing Availability For Comnumber 109.52-3-35. The mini- against found angle Meeting iron set at the trators, trustees, legatees, as- and ly known as, 5449 State Annual on dex will address also betoavailable expiring on Route June quired mentforroll orlisted. rolls will used accordance with gations were authorized for anof# 861-2016. Max workPosition begin Immediately COMPANY Sec. of State of NY York in which the ment Contact Person Com- the mumSSNY bid shall shall be $300,000.00. point of an inter-esting stone signors, lienors, creditors and 23, Windham New York 12496 mailweba MARK copy ofofpurpose which be 411 object for may which the A.2019. MCCARTY; May 21, on the District's 30, 2024, to succeed in that budgetary pro§2035 and 2008 of the Zacker, Esq. Referee. FIRST:The name of Main Street, CatsApplication Deadline: May 31, 2019 ments on this project must be The conveyance of the subject wall; run-ning thence along successors in interest of Rob(Tax Map No. 78.18-2-9.1) (SSNY) 3/25/2019. Cty: JOB OPPORTUNITY $18 fice ofofCoxsackie, the Carrier looking for CDL-A Town copy any process examined at Company the Greene officeis kill, MCCARTY, site. ofThe real property Anyintersecting person shall wall be RAS Nadine cess is exempt from Bulk Education any LLC 900 theW.Boriskin, Limited Liability NY CHRISTOPHER M HOGAN premises shall be subject to the CANDACE said stone ert Cramer, deceased, and P/H (theNYC “Mortgaged Drivers. Will train Law, on modern * Gazzola $15 Premises”), P/H LIand * Columbia. SSNY de- against isYork, Greene. County, is not authothe LLC served oflocated theNew clerk, located at 4th Please complete application, which Equipment. youorcanproposifind on alfollowing Defendant(s). entitled tocourses have and his/her tax and exemption William Arp,described whose shall be an- Specialized referenda Local submitted in Room writing to427 the Conconditions of areport Pen- et the dis- Merchants generally all persons having $14.50 more P/H particularly in taxation, Concourse, Company is HV FLAG, Floor, UPSTATE NY rized to expend money,Street, orSecreif the Professional sig. as agent upon terms FOURTH: The him/her is: to 12th Buffalo Elmira. 560 Warren tact NYSDEC Coordinated Person no later upon alty and Mortgage in the tances: 86ºto 34’ 21” EJudg465.27 or claiming under, by reor If terms that mortgage aupon willNote be annexed any Pursuant name Splaced the Suite expire June 435 nexed to the theGermantown budget positions tions to toamend the CSD website at Email for 310, Westbury, you certain currently careon forexecutyour provisions ofState law which should LLC (hereinafter The & Technical whom process against Excellent Pay/Benefits. tary of has been than 05/31/2019 625 Broadway amount of $100,000.00 in the feet to a found angle iron; S through the said Robert W. ed by Robert W. Cramer to Street Capital, LLC; ment Hudson, Newwith York of provided Foreclosure have been complied as of Transportation register that New tentative/preliminary 30, 2019; one who two- document. budget, otherwise to or and friends 11590, At- relatives application: www.germantowncsd.org and submit to ferredYork to as theor"ComPlan may be served & shall designated as agent or 16 days after the publication event the property: (a) is not de87º 56’ 11” E 829.37 feet to an Cramer, deceased, under Quicken Loans, Inc. to secure 166 Duane grants me the right to draft the date of publication of this cscott@Lynnhscott.com orvoting call Sale entered on have Medicaid or the Medicare, budget as wellStreet, asuse, the and he/she personally apyear unexpired term The Linda election andSchool budbe submitted for torneys for Plaintiff. pany") for Greene Anderson along with your resume to the date Albany, NY 12233 of this veloped for a commercial angle iron set at the end of by or through any distributee the payment of sum of mail process to 21 upon whom process Beekmantown Central 888-339-2900 x12 notice were the not substantially Suite 2B, New budget York, assume name of County may be eligible 2018. pearsstone and3,wall; is known or or final adopted commencing on or District get seeks vote the shall be forby at said election, must notice, whichever isGhent, later. (518) as evidenced by a certificate of December said running heir at law of the said Rob- you $100,000.00, whichtomortgage following SECOND:The Articles is available for Konig Rd., NY New following address: against Company complied with,the and an action, York within 10013. PurDamien Christopher working for them as a 9/1/19: the undersigned Ref- ert 402-9151 CCreview List for Complete occupancy, (3) a I,thence S 75º 44” satisfacE 166.67 Cramer, deceased, by start is dated April 6, 2007 reproven to 43’ the of which it willthree form about May 21, and 2019 machine or absentee be filed with the Disof W. Organization of the public and suit or proceeding contesting 12075.General Purmay be served. The Mrs. Linda Teacher - MS assistant. No County Cerpose/Character of eree Melber. The city and comment. Notice Chief Executive years the conveyance title, feet a point; thence inheritance, or personal cordedexpiring in the Greene sellrunning at public part;of and shall beofposttiontowill of the Board Clerk purchase, and on June French ballot. The hoursAnderson dur- trict- District Clerk of Clerk the Board such is commenced Company were lien filed It Officer is business: Counselor pose. postvalidity office address to ENB needed. or; (b)on all or a Any portionlawful of the auction Sto89ºbe 33’then 26”the E or 54.70 feet toofa WINDHAM otherwise, anyFALLS right, titleREor in- tificates Clerk’s Officetoon(347)462April 24, School Germantown Central Schoolat the Tastate of myafter present at Lobby within twenty days the date available thereafter ed District bulletin 30, 2021 succeed ing which the polls of Education Elementary Teacher with the Secretary of on the ALTY LLC Articles of which theofare Secretary property is sold within three (3) point; running thence partially terest in and to the premises 2610 2007 as Document No.: 2007- These are (347)565-6200 business purpose pertenure track positions address New of publication this notice, or of 123 Main Street, Germantown, NY Columbia board(s) maintained for the entitled to wall voteCounty at 47’ the Org. shall be kept open conic Hills 12526 Central State 20, Joseph County Tran- mitted NOTICE PUBLIC SALE LEGAL years of the conveyance of title. along a stone N 81º and chattel the 00003062Costa. and assigned to with filedondescribed NYMarch Sec.in of State shall NY mailauthopro- Greene health & retirement benefits. such obligations were Madass Management under the New Lebanon, the Courthouse, 401 Union landerson@germantowncsd.org public notices, as well School District Election 3. Purchase of School shall be from noon to School District on or NOTICE: Notice of sale of other A copy of the Terms of Sale and 29” E 69.97 feet to a point, complaint herein, and the reWilmington Savings Fund SoSalary range $47,230 $52,830 2019. sit's website, greeneState (SSNY) 3/29/19. rized in violation of the provicess is 436 CommerLABORER FOR garbage 8 LLC Arts of Org. filed Limited Liability month and year of my disposition, pursuant to New- York ApplicaHudson, N.Y. the and conditions ofwebthe Street, continuing thenVote. partial-ly spective husbands orCounty widowand Budget No Office asterms the District's Buses: full time w/bene- (based 9:00on experience). p.m. prevailing before April 18, 2019 THIRD:in The sions of the Constitution. A com- countytransit.com Greene Co. company, cial Street, Provincetion & details available at with Sec. of State of This on birth copy areof the November, York State Lien Law Sec. 182, Company Penalty and Mortgage along said shall stone Sentitled 89º of 45’ ers, wives and widows of the 29thwall site. Note Law. person beday time or for as long at 5:00PM prevailing plete resolution Home within the State docuDeadline SSNY design. of fits. EOE. Call 518-325- www.bcsdk12.org. town,the MA, 02657. Notice ispage. herebyThe given that “ notification may be reviewed atisthe Office of May, 04” E 179.30 to the center said person(s), if Agent any,ofallNew of NY (SSNY) 9/18/2018. made 2010; place my ment summarized herewith isofavail2019 feet at 1:00 p.m. 5/3/19. to Big vote whose name NOTICE IS HEREBY 3331. York in which the ofis also available LLC upon whom proCoon Self Storage” will sell at the Mayor, Hudson City Hall, of Woods Road, said whose names are unknown FIFTH: The Company Cty: Greene. SSNY de- pursuant able for public inspection toGIVEN, Section birth is Troy, NY;during my for described as FURTHER that premises does not appear either fice of the Company norAuction the personal 520 Warren Street, Hudson, course running through an cess to plaintiff); GREEN COUN- is may be served. is organized for all law- Public regular business at the sig.review asthe during agent upon 206 of12534. theDated Limited present namehours is Damifollows: All25.00 thatfeettract or SSNY on the register of this the following items will property by units to satisfy New York at Hudiron pin set from the TY; NEW YORK STATE DElocated is Columbia. mal business hours at shall mail copy Office of the Town Clerk for a ful Christopher purposes, andMasto do unpaid whom process against Liability Company en storage rentals of delinson, New York, the 13th day of center of the road; run-ning PARTMENT OF TAXATION land, Districtof or on situate, the ap- ofFOURTH: be presented to the parcel period twenty from necthe 311 West Bridge St., The Secreprocess to The LLC any ofand alldays things may be served & shall quent accounts: #421 BLAZEK, May, 2019. Andrew B. Howard, thence along the center of Big AND FINANCE; UNITED Law. trangelo. and being in the qualified voters of the lying propriate election dis- tary date of publication of this No- Catskill, NY 12414. of State has been Canaan Circle South essary, A;mail #359 process KONTON, to A; #311 Corporation Counsel City Town Woodsof N 14º 20’ 34” E 4 STATES OF AMERICA 8 N. Esq. tice. Dated: convenient, Coxsackie, Newor The New Lebanon, trict Road register of the Central designated as REVEagent public hearing is TOWN NY 10590. PurB; #237 PITCHER, ofCatskill HudsonOF 318.56 feet to the point or Salem, O/B/O INTERNAL incidental to Bambi that HopurNEW School BAL- Columbia Notice of , Formation of JOHNSON, Franklin St., Athens, York May 14, 2019 County, District at the Catskill place Greene County Board pose: C; #318 WEINHEIMER, C; TIMORE, of be-ginning, containNUE SERVICE; and process “JOHN/ upon whom May12015. 6, 2019 at 5:00 Any lawful acpose. ZONING 1580 ANCRAM LLCRES- on taling, Town Clerk BOND NY General of acres New of York. of 20.0 Elections. Senior OF High School #264-287-291 STEWART, D; SUPREME COURT OF THE State ing land be the tivity. JANE DOE 1” Company through against the at which time any OLUTION DATED: May 14, PM Dated: 2019 BOARD APPEALS. Arts. of April Org. 17, filed with Purpose. #442 DUNCKLE, D; #093 STATE OF NEW YORK same more or less.” “JOHN/JANE DOE 10”, Said premises known The register of voters Gymnasium on Tues2019 BOND OF public comments will Notice is hereby given may last betenserved. The FREEMAN Secy. of RESOLUTION StateHOWARD, of NY BONDS, D; #032 MICKLE, D; COUNTY OF GREENE NO- as 5/10, 5/17, 5/24 Route names being US THE TOWN OF COXSACKIE, be day, there May 21, be 2019, so954 prepared shall20, be (said post office address received. P.C. a New (SSNY) on 03/14/19. #357 GREEN, D; #179 DAL- that TICE OF SALEwill INDEX NO.: fictitious, it being the inten-to GREENE COUNTY, NEW CATSKILL CENTRAL Lebanon, N.Y. filed in Board tion when Hearing the will be TOWN which the Secretary youF; are at- Public LAS, #373unable DEAN, J;to#224 2018-666 RJIpolls NO.:before 19-18OF the CLAVERACK of Plaintiff to designateof 441 East Allen Street Office location: ColumYORK AUTHORIZING THE If SCHOOL DISTRICT open from 1:00 Clerk's office and shall any BARRATT, J; #069 KOWALSKI, 0242 Hon. Lisa M. p.m. Fisherto 12125. PLANNING BOARD NOTICE and all other tenants, State shall mail ocprocomments to be the RESURFACING/PAVING OF tend, P.O. County. Box 1328 SSNY Town of New Baltibia 343 West Main Street (Section: Block: 1, cupants J; #379 BARTO, J; #261 MORTGAGED PROP-ERTY: OF PUBLIC other West persons22nd or be MEETING open18, forAND inspection 9:00 Zoning p.m. for the purcess isor261 should be more THE PARKINGas LOT AT THE Hudson, New York Board of designated agent of considered MOREHOUSE-HARRISON, K; 465 Big Woods Road FreeHEARING A Public Hearing beentities having or claiming Catskill, in New York by 15.2). any qualified voter Street, Apt. 31, New pose of voting, by vot- Lot: SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER submitted writing to Appeals 12534 7:30 p.m., LLC upon whom pro#092 ROBERTS, L; #279 SOMhold, NY 12431 COUNTY: fore the Planning Board for the an interest in the real prop12414 Manager, 311 LOCATED AT 127 MANSION Mobility Approximate amount ing machine: of ofthe District on erty York, NY is10011 M; OF #278COOPER, Greene1,SBL #: 35.00-3-30 will be held which the subject of May 2019, at the ofTown cess against it mayNEW be MERVILLE, STREET, COXSACKIE, NOTICE PUBLIC lien Claverack $ June 203,038.57 weekdays between A. BOARD Apartment for Rentis FIFTH: The West Bridge St.,O; CatsM; #361 EASTON, #443 Town TRUSTCO BANK MEMBER Plaintiff on Monday, 3, 2019 the at this action, whose Company identity Hall, 3809 served. SSNY shall YORK AT THE MAXIMUM Notice is hereby given kill, HEARING ON BUDplus interest and 295 Columbia CANDIDATES hours of 8:00 AM and LEWIS, P; #009 BALICH, P; against ESTATE OF JO7:00 PM at the Claverack Town not presently known plainis organized for toCounty all lawNY 12414, refer- County Route 51, HanCOST OF $51,480.00 AND AUmail process to Helene that an THE order entered ence GET/ANNUAL MEET#038 ARNDT, R; #045 GEERSEPH P. MANZO BY PETER costs. Hall, New tiff), Defendants.and TO THE 3:00Rte. 217, PM,Mellenville, prevailing To elect four members THORIZING ISSUANCE ful purposes, to do GCCTP. All renacroix, New York. Jaffe, 1080 Fifth Ave., CAIRO, 2 bdr mobile home, HOLT, R; #079 KOWALSKI, S; J. MARKOU, ADMIN-ISTRAYork on the following ABOVE-NAMED DEFENby the Supreme Court, ING/BOARD OF EDUPremises will be sold to the Board ofof Educatime, on each of the quite OF UP TO $51,480.00 OF sponses must be reany setting, and all$775 things neca mo., subject the Apt. 6B,THE NY, THOMAS, S; ELEC#161 The TOR Defendants Pursuant to subject application(s): Store Master DANTS AND ROBERT W. Columbia County, CATION BONDS OF TOWN NY OFon #336 to prior provisions five days to the rent & sec.,ESTATE & Ref. DEFENa must,or essary, convenient, before CRIPPS, S;on #380 or ROBERTS, T; Public ation: judg-ment of foreclosure VII/Pretium Packaging CRAMER Hearing will be ofFunding 10128. Purpose: Any ceived COXSACKIE TO THE the 22nd dayPAY of April, TION/BUDGET VOTE filed judgment and noDANTS: pets.845-706-8504 Annual School District Seat 1: 3 year term + #358 DOUGLAS, T; #330 LI, W; and sale entered in the LLC: Tax Map #(SBL)123 . – 2 – YOU ARE HEREincidental to that pur5:00 PM on May 7, the Use Variance Ap- terms of sale. lawful activity. COST THEREOF. SpecificIndex ob2019 , bearing BE IT RESOLVED, 1 month 8 Office days Election Vote and BY #051-057-077 DRESCHER, that M. Greene Countyand Clerk’s 20 Located and at 370 Stevers SUMMONED to answer pose. ject or purpose: THE RESUR- 2019. plication submitted by Index Number a the Board of Education Sales to be paid in cash only at on February 27, 2019, I, the Crossing Rd. polling Site11297-17. Plan Revision amended complaint in Mobile Homes in theNo. place the (May 22, LLC 2019 through FACING/PAVING THE The Ching13966-19, AndOFI LLC, Dated: March 21, 2019 Unless comments are Riversand to allow the time of sales. Contents to be under-signed, the Referee to existing approved Site Plan the and 345 above action for Rentto copyof ofAuth. which may of thethis Central School Margaret E. Donnelly, PARKING during the Annual June 30, 2022) App filed withbe made, FREEMAN HOWARD, plan will be anamed wedding/special removed off the premises the in the judg-ment, will to install 2 new concrete pads to serve a copy of your answer LOT AT THE CITIZEN examined at the District of the Town of sell Referee. Seat 2: 3 on yearpropSchool District Sec. of SENIOR State of office NY considered P.C.the plaintiff’s2 attorneys final same day. Tenants mayupon claim events at public auction at term the Esq., the existing 4 concreteElection pads, in- TAGHKANIC, on BDR, no venue CENTER, 127 located MANSION of the clerk, at completion Catskill, Greene McCalla Leiand Vote. (July 1, 2019 through their merchandise up time erty Greene County Courthouse, stallation of Raymer 2 new silos to the smoking,. within twenty (20) days after (SSNY) 2/21/2019. Cty: 441 East Allen Street ofto the this no pets, $850 STREET, COXSACKIE, NEW owned on the east 560 Warren Street, County, New York, bert Pierce, LLC of sales by paying their just 2nd Floor, in Catskill, New new pads, potentially remove the service of this suppleJuneof30,County 2022) Route NOTICE IS FURTHER plus Columbia. de- comment period. P.O.util. Boxa 1328 mo., plus sec. YORK Period of SSNY probable useside debts and vacate. Sale to be York, on May 15, 2019, at one existing silo and install a mental summons, exclusive Hudson, NY, grants hereby authorizes and for Plaintiff SeatWest 3: 3Coxsackie, year term Attorney(s) GIVEN, that applica- dept. fulness: 10 years Maximum esCall 518-851-2389, sig. as agent upon Hudson, Newor withYork 61, held on May 25 th , 2019 at 9:01 11:00 A.M., the premises dinew silo at that site. Persons of the day of service, me the right to assume directs the Board Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE timated cost: $51,480.00 420 Avenue (July by1,the2019 through tion Lexington for absentee bal- 518-965-6038. whom process against a.m. at “ Coon Self Storage” NY. 12534 rected judgment to be wishing to appear at such hearin thirty (30) days after comAll persons Amount of obligations to be isthe be name of & Billshall Hu- NOTICE to give OF notice to NY the sold, FORMASuite 840 June 30, 2022) lots beperson, obtained may served 1840 Rte. 9-H Hudson, which in - ing maymay do so in by atpletion of service where sertoare bede-scribed heard in sued: $51,480.00 bondsand TION ston. The serial city qualified of the wishing OF voters A LIMITED N.Y. Seat or 4: Aopposition 1 year term at York, the the vice Schedule (Description) at-+ New torney or by Office other 10170 suchofauthois made in any other mail process toActionc/o 12534. SEQRA status: Unlisted LEGAL NOTICE OF favor will Want to Rent 395 state of Cooperman, my present School District of the tached COMPANY hereto.and The premises rized representative. Communithan by personal (347) 286-7409 1 month 8at days Board Clerk, 343 West manner Citrin implementation of which the LIABILITY PUBLIC HEARING, have opportunity the LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF are known as 2019 465 Bigthrough Woods cations inStreet, writing mayCatskill, be filed delivery within the State of address is Hudson NY; Annual Public Hearing (LLC) (May 22, Main Town Board has determined will Attn: V. Wlodinguer, THE FILING OF THE REGIS- time and place stated BUDGET1 bdr VOTE AND apt for 2 the month and4th year on name the Budget not result In any significant adof the and LLC the is June 30, 2020) New York. Applica- CATSKILL 529 Fifth Ave., Fl.,of The TERS OF THE QUALIFIED above. ELECTION seniors on the 1st floor (if Please Recycle verse environmental impactJune 12th my birth are Annual Meeting includStreet Holdings, NY, NY 10017. General VOTERS OF THE HUDSON Patrick Linger, Chair. possible) (518)697-8060. 1965; the place of my LLC. ing SCHOOL District Election Articles of OrCITY DISTRICT IN Purpose. THIS IS NOT A PERMIT New birth North of EnviTarry- ganization and Vote, follows: HUDSON, NY,as FOR THEwith ANfiled York State is Department NUAL BUDGET VOTE AND town, of NY;Formation my present NOTICE of OFState PUBLIC Notice of Secretary of ronmental Conservation Notice SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION of Complete Application name is Liability William M.Date: HEARING ON BUDLimited Cor- New York (SSNY) on TO BE HELD ON MAY 21, 2019 Huston. (LLC): (Back- April GET/ANNUAL poration 1, 2019. MEETNew woods Trading Com- York office location:

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ELECTION/BUDGET VOTE pears and is known or proven to SUPREME COURTGIVEN, OF NOTICE IS HEREBY the satisfaction of the Board THE STATE NEWof Clerk to be then or thereafter that the Board ofOF Education YORK - Central COUNTY the Catskill SchoolOF Disentitled to vote at the School trict, Greene County, New York, District Election and Budget GREENE will hold the Annual Public Vote. No person shall be entiOCWEN LOAN SERHearing on the Budget on tled to vote whose name does VICING, LLC, Wednesday, May 8, 2018, at not appear either on the register 55 NORTH 6, LLC. V. 6:00 p.m. in the Catskill High of this District or on theFarm approvices will perform and Arts. they of Org. filed with 410 VINITA E. MATTHEW, School Library for the presentapriate electionHelp districtWanted register of fees they willoncharge, and the SSNY 04/04/19. tion of the 2019-2020 Budget of the Greene County Board of ET. AL. which prohibits them from takOffice: Greene Check Out Our the CatskillOF Central School DisElections. The register of voters ing any money from County. you until NOTICE SALE OXEN HILL FARM, LLC, EAST GRANBY, CT needs 7 trict and Catskill Public Library. so prepared shall be filed in the SSNY as they have designated completed all such NOTICE ISHEREBY HEREBY temporary workers 5/1/2019 to 12/1/2019, work tools, NOTICE IS FURBoard Clerk’s office and shall agent ofservices. the LLC upon promised DATED: equipment without cost to worker. GIVEN pursuant toof the a supplies, THER GIVEN, that a copy be open for inspection provided by any April 2019 CARTER, whom26,process against will be available without cost to workers who statementJudgment of the amountofof Housing qualified voter of the District on Final CONBOY, CASE, BLACKcannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at it may be served. money which will be dated required weekdays between the hours of Foreclosure MORE, MALONEY & LAIRD, the of the day. Transportation reimbursement SSNY shall J.mail copy for School 6, District purposes 8:00end AM and 3:00work PM, prevailP.C. MICHAEL CATALFIFebruary 2019, and subsistence during the ensuing year (the and ing time, on eachis ofprovided the five upon completion of 15 days of process to the LLC, MO, ESQ. Attorneys for Plain50% oftothe entered Office Budget), in as the prepared by of the or days prior the work Annualcontract. School Work is guaranteed for 3/4 tiff 20 Corporate 3276 Route Woods 23A, BouPaof the workdays during the incontract period. Hours offered the Clerk of the County Board of Education, may be obDistrict Election and Vote and levard Albany, New York lenville, NY 12463. weekplace may during be more or less than stated in item 11 by any resident of the each the polling the AnoftainedGreene, wherein 12211-2362 (518) 465-3484 depending on weather and crop conditions. Workers not Purpose: Any lawful District during the fourteen (14) nual School District Election OCWEN LOAN SER63031 required to work extra hours offered. $13.25 per hr. or purpose. days immediately preceding the and Vote. NOTICE IS FUR5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24 VICING, LLC is the applicable piece rate. Applicants to apply contact CT Annual Meeting, commencing Department THER GIVEN, that application of Labor at 860-263- 6020. Or apply for the Plaintiff E. Hettos,take LLC. Filed Thursday, and May 2,VINITA 2019, except for absentee ballots may be obPlease notice that with the job at the nearest local office of the SWA. Job order MATTHEW, ET or AL. are #215191. Saturdays, Sunday holidays, tained at the Office of the Board SSNYofon 2/6/2019. OfTown Coxsackie Zoning Henoch, Peterson, Peddy & Greene County Courthouse, during regular school hours Clerk, 343 West Main Street, three (3) year term expiring the Defendant(s). I, the Board of Appeals will conduct a fice: Greene County. Notice of Formation of Employee must be able to plant,Fenchel, cultivate, weed and harP.C., 100 Garden City 320 Main Street, Village of 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., at the vest Catskill. New York. Applications June 30, 2022 One (1) seat for special for the purpose undersigned Referee a large variety of vegetable, fruit and flower crops. SSNYmeeting designated as Limited Plaza, Garden City, NY 11530, Liability ComCatskill, County of Greene, Office of the Superintendent of Applicants for absenteeshould ballots have must be reJennifer Howard for a three (3) of acknowledging receipt of the a general knowledge of vegetable will sell at public aucagent for process & Attorneys for Plaintiff State of New York, at 10:00 Schools, 343 West Main Street, ceived by the Board Clerk at year term expiring June 30, Use and Area Variance Applica- pany (LLC). production, plant propagation and greenhouse maintetion at New the York, GREENE A.M., the premises described shall mail to:Power 369LLC Main Catskill, at each nance least seven (7) days prior to the be able to lift up to 50 lbs. 2022 A petition is required to and propagation. Must tion of Freepoint for Name: Wolcott & CarNoticeand of Qualification HECas follows: 5 Miles Road a/k/a COUNTY school building and COURTat each free May election and voteto(by May 10, nominate a candidate to the ofbe required operate machinery do various of other NY roll, aStreet proposed Catskill 5mW community LLC Articles of ATE ENERGY GREENE 1 LLC 296 Ryan Road, Jewett, NY association and public library 2019)work. if the ballot is to farm be mailed fice of member of the Board of General maintenance, brush clearing and HOUSE, 320 MAINin field distributed energy gener12414. solar Purpose: any Organization filed with Appl. for Auth. filed with Secy. of 12444 SBL No.: 130.00--3-2 the District. The Budget and atto the voter or the day before Education. Each petition must Meeting on Wednesday, May chain saw operation could be required on a regular basis. 2 ating STREET, CATSKILL, lawfulfacility located at NYS Secretary Statelisted of isNY (SSNY) on ALL THAT TRACT OF PARCEL of District State of PUBLIC experience in the above preferred. tachments will also be available months the election (May 20, 2018) if duties be directed to the Clerk, 29. PleaseNOTICE address any quesRoute 9W, Coxsackie tax map NY 12414, on May 22, 04/11/19. Office location: OF LAND situate in the Town of on the District’s website. The the ballot will be picked up permust state residence on of NOTICE tions to Highway New Yorkthe(SSNY) No. 70.00-4-10. The meeting OF SuperintenFORMALB FERMENTS LLC, 2019 at 9:15 AM, Greene County. LLC formed in Jewett, County Greene and real property tax exemption resonally by the voter at the Office MILLER FARMS, SUFFIELD, CT each signer, must state the TION dent Alan at will take place on May 28 at March 8, and 2019. Office needs 7 oftemporary OF VanWormer AExt.LIMITED Articles of Org. filed Delaware (DE) on 07/11/16. State of New York The premises premises known as 43 port will be annexed to any tenof the Board Clerk. All qualified name and residence of the can(518)756-2078, 3 Monday415 7:00 pm at Town Hall, 56 Bailey location: General Help workers 5/1/2019 to 12/7/2019, work tools, supplies, Greene SSNY designated aswithout agent ofcostare sold subject to the will provitat ive/prelHILL iminary budget as voters who meet the criteria for equipment Thursday from COMPANY 6am-3:30 pm, with Coxsackie, the SSNY on didate. Blank nominating peti- LIABILITY HIGH ROAD, Street, NY. At that provided to worker. Housing LLCavailable upon whom of the filed well as the finalNY adopted budget “permanently disabled” and are be tions may beSSNY obtainedDesigat the (LLC) cell (518)567-4961, or email at time the Zoning Board loc: will County. withoutprocess cost tosions workers whojudgment, cannot In4/2/19. Office ATHENS, 12015: against it may be served. SSNY dex No. 17-00732atinthe the amount Agent of LLC of which it will form a part; and AIDE so certified by for thegeneral Greene reasonably return to their permanent District as Office between the The highway@townofnewbaltiname of the LLC is residence end schedule public hearing on nated NEEDED Greene a County. SSNY Section 103,onBlock 6, process c/o Corpoofreimbursement $68,862.85 plusand interest shall be posted District bulCounty Board ofand Elections hours of 8:00 AM andprocess 4:30 PM 12th more.org.Street By Order ofCapital, the Town themail work day. toTransportation sub-and whom this matter. By order of the Zon- upon housekeeping shop-will ofshall has been designated Lot 11: ration Service Co., 80 State St., costs. Jennifer T. Abenhaim, letin board(s) maintained for receive absentee ballots by and must be submitted to the Board, Barbara M. Finke Town sistence is provided upon completion of 15 days or 50% ping in the Hudson area ing Board of Appeals, Eugene against be Articles of OrNY contract. 12207-2543. DE is guaranteed as agent upon whom District Clerk itat themay Esq. Woods for Oviatt public notices, well as the with mail. a Absentee mustabe ofAlbany, District Of- LLC. Clerk ALL THAT asCERTAIN the work Work 3/4Gilman of theLLP vehicle. ballots 2-3 times Schnare, Chairman. SSNY addr. of LLC:during 251 Littlethe Fallscontract Dr., Plaintiff’s 700 CrossDistrict’sPIECE website.OR NOTICE IS week, received6-9 in the Office Call of the workdays period.Attorney Workers not fice by Monday, April 22, shall 2019 ganization filed with process against the served. hours. PLOT, PARmail a copy of process Wilmington, DE 19808. Cert. of Secretary of State of roads Building, 2 State required to work extra hours offered. $13.25 per hr. or St. HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, Board Clerk not later than 3:30 no later than 5:00 PM. A voter SUPREME COURT – COUNTY (646)770-6166. NOTICE ANNUAL LLC may be SCHOOL served. CEL OF LAND, WITH Form. filed with DE Secy. of applicable piece rate. Applicants to apply contact CT Rochester, New York 14614 that the following items will be P.M. on the day of the Election registration day will be held on OF GREENE OCWEN LOAN to: The LLC, 231 Main New York (SSNY) on DISTRICT BUDGET HEARING SSNY shall mail pro- Wednesday, May 8, 2019 be- SERVICING, LLC, Plaintiff THE BUILDINGS AND of Labor at 860-263-6020. Or apply for the State, DE Div. of Corp., 401 Tel.: 855-227-5072 presented to the qualified vot- AIRLINE and Vote, May 21, 2019. AStart list of Department CAREERS AND VOTE Notice is hereby Street, P.O. Box 192, April 2, 2019. New cess to: 150 Water St., job at the nearest local office of the SWA. Job order I M P R O V E M E N T S Federal St., Ste. 4, Dover, DE ers of the Catskill Central Here all persons to whom as absentee tween theBaltimore, hours of 3:00 PM and against JEROMY MACDONmerchandise up to the -Get trained FAA given that inhabitants of the New New officeMACDONALD, location: their Work will include not limited to) planting, 19901. Purpose: Any lawful ac-(butSUPREME COURT -COUNTY Catskill, Central NY School 12414. School District ERECTED, at the Catskill certified ballots shall have been issued #215182. 7:00 PM in the elevator lobby of York ALD, ANGELA time of sales by paying their just THEREON Greenville Dis- York Aviation Techni12124. Purpose: applying fertilizer, cultivating, hoeing, harvesting, 239 Island Drive, Town tivity. OF GREENE U.S. hanging BANK NASUPREME COURT Senior High School Gymnasiwill be available for inspection the Scott M. Ellis Elementary et al Defendant(s). Pursuant to debts and vacate. Sale to be Purpose: trict qualified Any to voteLawful at the SITUATE, LYING, AND cian. Financial aid for qualitobacco properly spaced at heights of 20 feet. TakingAS lawful purpose. TIONAL ASSOCIATION, Copake, County and of COUNTY um on Tuesday, May TOWN 21, 2019, fied to qualified votersJob of theplaceDistrict School. Qualified voters may of a Judgment of Foreclosure held on May OF 25th 2019 at 9:01 BEING School Meeting in said District any COLUMPurpose. students. IN THE down packing tobacco. able to set,THE operate Noticeand of Qualification of HEC- Being TRUSTEE FOR CBASS when the polls will be open from ment at theassistance. Office of the Board Clerk apply for absentee ballots at the Columbia Sale entered on March the 11, BIA AM at “ Coon Self Storage” will vote on all business in the and Call AIM and farmGREENE machinery and farm buildings.LOAN DriveASSETbus ATHENS, Public Hearing ATErepair ENERGY 2 LLC MORTGAGE 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. AND for the during regular office District Office. A list of regis- State 2019. I, the Refer1005 State Route 23 Craryville, OF Scott Elementary ofundersigned New York. NoticeM. isEllis hereby given Greene toAppl. transport workers to and from field. CERTIFICATES, Not all workersSEforhours, free8:00 information 866U.S. ROF III LEGAL TICOUNTY OF GREENE for Auth. filed with Secy. of BACKED purpose of voting, by voting maAM to 3:00 PM, until County's Cotered voters and applicants for ee will sell at public auction at NY 12521. School Cafeteria on entered Tuesday, required to drive. Workers that are requested to drive willC M Y K SSNY has been desigthat an order 296-7094 State of NY (SSNY) on RIES 2006-SC1, chine: STATE A. BOARD the day of the Annual District be absentee ballots will be availthe Greene County Court- TLE TRUST 2015-1, AND OFMEMBER NEW May 21, 2019 between the ordination Transportarequire to possess appropriate license. No one Plaintiff will be nated as agent ofStreet, LLC BY by the Supreme 04/11/19. Office location: againstDENNIS T. HEINES; CANDIDATES To elect four Election & Vote. BY THE ORable for public inspection at the house, 320 Main NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION U.S. BANK NAhours of 1:00 PM andCourt, 9:00 PM tion YORK rejected for the position that does not possess a driver's Plan Draft Greene Most County. formed in is DANA HEINES, et al members to the Board of Edu- CLASS DER OFBTHE BOARD OF EDU- license. District Office five business upon Catskill, N.Y. on the 11 th day of TIONAL OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMwhom process DRIVER, experiColumbia County, on Monday, for the transaction of such busiASSOCIAof LLC the time work performed outside somePremises will beterm sold 6, between 2019, against Delaware (DE) on cold 07/12/16. Defendant(s). to a cation: Seat 1: 3 year + 1 ence CATION OF THE CATSKILL days prior toMay the vote June, 2019 atit9:00a.m. PANY FIRST:The name ofTIthe preferred. Benefits ness is authorized by Educamaypremisbe TION, the as 22nd day ofA p r i l , 5:00 times under hot or conditions. Work is veryPursuant physically AS LEGAL subject to8 days provisions PMof 8:00 AM and 4:30 served. SSNY designated as Judgment of Foreclosure month and (May 22, CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT the hours es described as follows: All that Limited Liability Company is tion Law. Notice is hereby given EOE, F/T, P/T. Please call demanding requiring workers to bend, stoop, lift, and carryand The post of2019, bearing Index TLE TRUSTEE, Plaintiff filed Judgment In- 518-325-3331 agent of LLC upon pro-basis. Sale enteredexperience herein and redated through June 30, 2022) Judy Kusminsky Board Clerk PM. Notice is also given Buildthat the tract or parcel of land with the ELIZABETH HOUSE LLC of2019 County that the Annual Budget Hearing Greene up to 50 lbs. on a whom frequent 1 month address to which Number cess against may be served. July 18, 2016, I, the underSeat #2: 861-2016. 3 year term (July following resolution will be vot- fice buildings thereon erected, situ- against (hereinafter referred to as the dex Max1, will be held in 14288-19, the auditorium ofa ing quired for workit listed. the SSNY shall mail a copy of which may be SSNY shall mail process to c/o signed Referee will sell at public 2019 through June 30, 2022) Notice of Qualification of HECed on: BE IT RESOLVED that ate, and being in the Town of “Company”) SECOND:The ArtiMARK A. MCCARTY; the Greenville Central High 411 Main Street, CatsZacker, Esq. - Referee. JOB OPPORTUNITY $18 OLUMBIA -GREEN Carrierat looking for CDL-A Corporation Service Co., 80 Bulk auction theCGreene County Seat 3: 3 year term (July 1, ATE ENERGY GREENE the Board of Education of the copy Greenville, of Greene CANDACE cles of Organization of the of County any process examined theonoffice School in said at District TuesMCCARTY, RAS LLC 900 P/H kill, NY Central School Dis- against Will train modern NYC 3* LLC $15Appl. P/HforLI * State St., Albany, NY 12207- Drivers. Courthouse, 320 on Main Street, 2019 Boriskin, through June 30, 2022) COUNTY Auth. Greenville and Statethe of New Said et Company were filed with the day, May 7, 2019 atlocated 7:00 PM for LLCYork. served of the clerk, at 4th al Defendant(s). Specialized Equipment. Local Merchants Concourse, Floor, Room 427 $14.50 P/H UPSTATE NY 2543. DE addr. of LLC: 251 LitCatskill, NY on May 31, 2019 at Hom Seat 4: 1 year term + 1 month with Secy. of State of NY be authorized to increase upon premiseshim/her known as 1860 of State on April 16, Professional presentation of the 2019-2020 is: Coun12th Secretary Buffaloifto Elmira. 560 Warren Street, trict thereof, the name and If filed good Greenville Town Offic- positions District, necessary, a Judgtle Falls Dr., Wilmington, 310, Westbury, 1:30 p.m. premises situate, you currently caresufficient for your and 8 days (May 22, 2019 (SSNY) onand 04/11/19. Office lo- 435 by $300, for a Coordinated total of $42,000, ty Route 41, Greenville, N.Y. Pursuant 2019. THIRD:to The County with- Suite proposed budget. Notice is also The & Technical DE Excellent Pay/Benefits. Email forly- Priva Street Capital, LLC; Hudson, New York Transportation address of the bidder bond of indemnity of a es in said town, to hear and the Board ment of Foreclosure 19808. Cert. of Form. filed with ing and being Town in the Village and viron through June 30, 2020) B. THE cation: Greene County. LLC to the amount to be raised by 12083. (Section: 37.01, Block: in the State of New York in relatives or friends who given that a copy of the stateNew York 11590, Atapplication: Plan 166 Street, and grants me the ofright to draft and the appropriate dulyMedicaid authorized surety examine comhereby DE Secy. of State, all DE Div. of cscott@Lynnhscott.com Town of further Athens, County BUDGET Shall the Board of have formed in Delaware (DE) on and tax for the support of the Green1, Lot: Duane 19). Approximate which the officeentered of the Company or call of need Sale on ment of the amount moneys or Medicare, torneys for Plaintiff. C M Y K for Greene Beekmantown Central School 888-339-2900 x12 Corp., 401 in Federal St., Ste. to 4, ORDERS Greene and Statethat of New York, Education Catskill"East Cen- you 01/25/17. designated as plaints BE IT RE- Suite amount 2B, of lienNew $ 121,174.91 is located is Greene. FOURTH: York, December which will bethe required for the assume name of ville PublicisLibrary. contractof the title: company, equal relation the may beSSNY eligible to to the 3, 2018. District the following for available for New C M Ytral K School Dover,seeks DE 19901. Purpose: boundedBoard and described fol- JOB District, Greene agent of LLC for upon whom proSOLVED that the Board of Eduplus interest costs. Premisof State has ensuing year for Christopher school purpos- County York and 10013. Pur- The Damien Kill Streambank Stabil- start full working amount ofthem the as Conassessments, on Any the Town met asand a 9/1/19: theSecretary undersigned P/H public and pose/Character lawful activity. lows: BEGINNING at a point County, New York, be autho- personal cess against it may be served. cation of the review Greenville Central es will be sold subject to provi- I,been designated as agentRefupon es, exclusive of public moneys, French Teacher - MS assistant. No Cerof Melber. The city and ization near CR78 tract, as security for application of any perheld a public hearing eree will sell at public marked by the most westerly $14 rized to expendFALLS the sums of SSNY shall mail process to c/o School Counselor School District be authorized to sions of filed judgment and whom process against the WINDHAM and a copy of a tax exemption comment. It is business: RE- tificates needed. (347)462Any lawful state of my present Bridge". the faithful perforson believing himto hear all persons inthe of ALTY Sammy Nico Realty, LLC, Arts corner of a brick building locat- If yo money, LLC which will be required Corporation Service Co., 80 Elementary increase by $520,on for a total of terms of sale. Index No. 680-17. auction Companyat may be Lobby served. The Teacher report may be obtained by tax- available the Articles of (347)565-6200 purpose per- the arefiled tenure of Org. withtrack Sec. of State of terested address The mance on theNYpart of These self/herself to positions be agin the ed on the parcel hereinprode- rela for SchoolGCSWCD District purposes will for 2610 State St., Albany, 12207$26,516, to the amount to be business Paul M. Freeman, Esq., Referpost office address toCounty which the payers during theare fourteenNew days Greene Columbia County TranOrg. filed NY Sec. of with health & retirement benefits. NY (SSNY) 3/22/2019. Cty: Coscribed, said point of beginning hav the 2019-2020 school years, in 2543. DE addr. of LLC: 251 Litraised by tax for the support of ee. Secretary of State shall mail immediately preceding the May mitted under the New Lebanon, NY the sit's website, greeneconduct a Pre Bid the Contractor of all Salary grieved. A publication posed Emergency Courthouse, 401 Union State range $47,230 $52,830 (SSNY) 3/29/19. lumbia. SSNY desig. as agent Medical also being the intersection of you the amount of $42,640,929 tle Dr.,FOR Wilmington, DE containing garbage McCabe, Weisberg, & process is 436 Commercial 21, 2019 Annual Limited Liability month and Vote yearin the of Dismy the Rensselaerville Library.- York Conference and site LABORER theFalls covenants and procedures Services dis(based on experience). ApplicaHudson, N.Y. upon whom against (The Budget), and to Co. levy company, the- Sunday, northeast of 2019 Second 19808. Cert. Form.w/benefiled with tion Dated: April 5, 2019 Signed: Conway, LLC Attorney(s) for Street, Street, Provincetown, MA, in EDIA Greene trict at the Greenville Central countytransit.com fulloftime Aprilside 27-28, - B5 COLUMBIA -GOffice REENE M & contesting detailsprocess available atSaturday star Company Law. This birth are November, showing on May 10, agreements contained for an astrict on the 16th day of on the 29th day of may be served & shall mail pro$18,894,778 against the taxStreet with the southeast side of DE Secy. State, 518-325DE Div. of www.bcsdk12.org. Daphanepage. PearsonThe School DisPlaintiff 145 Huguenot Street 02657. FIFTH: The Company is SSNY School District Office between Home docufits. EOE. of Call Deadline design. of -GREENE M EDIA B6 Wednesday, April 24, and 2019 is made 2010; place of 4:30 my ment 2019 at 10:00inAgent AM. At- 3331. in said Project Manual sessment is available 2019 at 7:30RUNpm pers cess to 18-09 26th Ave., Long April, 2019 atOLUMBIA 1:00purposp.m. able real property the School Corp., 401 Federal St., Ste. 4, North Warren Street; trict Clerkis also available notification Suite 210 New Rochelle, New May, organized for C all lawful 5/3/19. the hoursthe of 8:00 AM LLC upon Reliable High Home Care whom Helper Wanted thereof, the name and good and sufficient pursuant Greenville Offic- premises District, if and necessary, toTown Section Island es, and to dodescribed any all things District? Dover, 19901. Purpose: Any at NING North7309 East tific birth is Saturday, Troy, NY; my tendance at theprosite months) and DEContract Drawthe assessor's office at theTHENCE, Town Hall, York 10801 (914) 636-8900 PM except Sunday, as cess for review during norPrivate residence, pleasant en- Speed may bePUBLIC served. 261 Fiber Optic Technol- at City,the NY Greenville 11102.GeneralTown Pur- Route necessary, convenient, or inciC. CATSKILL LIlawful activity. 88.00 feet, East RUNNING NOTICE OF SUPREME address ofCopies the bond of SALE indemnity of a 206 es inof saidthe town,Limited to hear follows: and the Towntract Board or a Holiday. ofbidder the present name is Damishowing is Mandatory ings. 81, DurAll that or vironment, exp. mail a plus, copy not ogy. Stream Videos, hours at Liability shall pose. dental to that purpose. Dated: SSNY BRARY BUDGET FOR but 2019THENCE, South East 30.45 COURT COLUMBIA COUNTY NOTICE PUBLIC SALE statement and taxappropriate exempt re- mal the dulybusiness authorized surety and examine allLEGAL com- parcel hereby further needed. Will train.518-828-2163 Company enand Christopher Masand Contractors shall Bid selection will be Offices. ham, NY, and a secof 2019 land,FREEMAN situate, Shop Register-Star The Mail The News-Herald &at Find April 17, FISCAL YEAR Shall the NOTICEand OF More! SALE SUPREME WestDaily Bridge Music Call EarthRHINEBECK BANK, Plaintiff feet; THENCE continuing along LAB Notice ofrelation sale of otherto port are also available process to The LLC contract title: at each "East 311 company, equal toSt., the NOTICE: plaints in Ravena ORDERS that the of2020 trangelo. meet the project site made to 1-855-970-1623, theOF COLUMlowest, Dated this 11th dayLLC of ond andP.C. being in Allen the WHITE FLEECE TREATS, HOWARD, 441 East of $801,928, separate and COURT COUNTY against DARLENE PEDATEL- Law. disposition, pursuant to New lying lands of public Michael G. hearing and Carl com schoolhouse, public and free Catskill, Today JOB OPPORTUNITY $18 link NY 12414. 4sum Canaan Circle South Kill Streambank Stabilfull amount of the Conassessments, on the Town Board met and at Greene County qualified, responsible April, 2019 shall be held on May 7, fits. Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of Street P.O. Box 1328 Hudson, apart from the Catskill Central BIA, TRIBECA LENDING CORLA A/K/A CRICKET PEDATELYork State Lien Law Sec. 182, John Black the following three Town of New Lebanon, association libraries within the The 1-888-586-9798 P/H NYC * $15 P/H LI * public NY PurNotice ofmade Rande aFormation cavailable h oCR78 uofr LA,rtract, e rhearing s o nAt-isfor l i TOWN n e , is OF o nNEW oBALc ia mYork ea12534 dpublic i a , County, a n d Salem, iSchool n pDistrict r i UPSTATE n10590. t (Colgate ization near as security application ofs any perheld hearing State (SSNY)W. 3/29/2019. Office 2019 New budget, for the PORATION, Plaintiff, vs. VIC- Gordon ET a AL,d et e al Defendants Notice hereby given that “ lColumbia courses: at Souththe West, same 54.00 333 Route 78 bidder. The GCSWCD Bennett, district on $14.50 P/H NY May 6, 2019 at 5:00 TIMORE, Any lawfullocated ac1580 ANCRAM in Greene SSNY desig. place support and maintenance the Treserves OR CSAVING O R Nright E L I NEW U Sto , LAO torney for faithful Plaintiff(s) Schiller, Coon Storage”ZONING will sell at State feet; RUNNING the district’s website.LLC Notice is on Bridge". the perforson Self believing himto hear all York. persons in- pose: ENERGY bridge, the SoleCo. Assessor and time THENCE, for the IfRoad) you currently care forofyour of New at Lefkowitz which time anyof BOARD NY agent of LLC whom process adoption CATSKILL CENTRAL SCHOOL Catskill Public for calenDefendant(s). Pursuant to a Knapp, & Hertzel, Public Auction South East, 5.00 feet and South also that the following OF the APPEALS. Arts. of GCSWCD Org. filed with WINDOWS! Beautify your Thegiven will PM mance on the part self/herself to personal be ag- Said terested in the pro- tivity. 640 ft. east of the inreject any or all bids, offeet; theRUNNING Resorelatives orLibrary friends who premises known Yo may be served. SSNY shall mail DISTRICT 343 West Main dar 2020 and that the necesJudgment of Foreclosure and LLP, 200 John James Audubon property by the units to given satisfy West, 33.65 public comments will resolutions will be voted on: Notice is hereby Secy. of State of NY home! Save any on monthly enconduct a Pre Bid the Contractor of all grieved. A publication posed Emergency have Medicaid or Medicare, tersection of Greene to waive informallution establishing the as 954 US Route 20, ne process to PO Box 178, Hunter, Street Catskill, New York 12414 sary tax be levied to pay the Sale duly filed on January 4, ORDER Parkway, Suite 202, Amherst, that unpaid there storage rentals of THENCE along the northeastRESOLVED, that the Board of be received. will bedelina New (SSNY) on 03/14/19. ergy bills with and NEWto WINyou may be eligible to budConference and site NY the covenants and quent containing procedures Medical Services dis- same. wit County Route 23C and ities therein, seDistrict; and the Town NY 12442. Purpose: Any lawful NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARFor detailed Library 2007, I, the undersigned Refer14228 Attorney (s) for Plainaccounts: #421 BLAZEK, erly side of Second Street to Education of Greenville Central Lebanon, N.Y. TOWN OF DURHAM If you are unable to atDOWS from 1800Remodel! Hearing before Office location: Columstart working for them asli-a ee ing showing May 10, tiffagreements contesting an#311 as- 12125. trict ON on BUDGET/ANNUAL the 16th day of get ING purpose. information contact the will the sell at Bid, public auction at ESTABLISHMENT (s). Pursuant to acontained Judgment Public A;for#359 KONTON, A; and along the southwesterly School District ison hereby authoGreene County Route lect the acBoard hereby further C M Y K OF tend, comments to be Up to 18 months no interwe personal No Cer- the Town B;of#237 New Balti- (Section: bia SSNY MEETING/BOARD OF i r assistant. e cEast t o r , 518-943Columbiaof County Courtand Sale en- the JOHNSON, PITCHER, face of the brick building locatrized to:County. (1) bus2019 atacquire 10:00school AM. At- ofinForeclosure said Project Manual sessment is available April, 2019 atBlock: 7:30EDUpm brary 78, d in Jewett, ceptance which, in EMERGENCY ORDERS that a copy 18, 1, MEDIest. Restrictions apply 855ran considered should be tificates needed. (347)462- house, 401 Union Street, HudCATION NOTICE IS FURTHER STATE OF NEW YORK SU1, 2019, I will sell at more C;at #318 WEINHEIMER, C; ed onthis the parcel herein shall es and vehicles,as at cost to Boardoffice of designated of tered tendance ata agent thenot site andAprilContract DrawtheZoning assessor's at 15.2). the ELECTION/BUDGET Town Hall, 7309 4230. New York, 12424. its judgment, will best of ORDER, Lot: are CAL SERVICES DIS338-5767. VOTE BE IT RESOLVED, that GIVEN, that the District son, NY 12534 on May 30, 2019 PREME COURT: COUNTY OF public auction to the highest #264-287-291 STEWART, D; described; THENCE North exceed $977,807; (2) expend 2610 (347)565-6200 in writing to Appeals 7:30 p.m., LLC upon iswhom pro- submitted showing Mandatory ings. at Columbia at the Greenville Town Approximate Route 81, East Thewalk-in workvoter consists assure efficient posted on the offi- 10 amount the Board of Education ofDurthe has registrationof at 11:00 a.m.,the premises known TRICT GREENE WELLS FARGO be County #442 DUNCKLE, D; #093 West, 35.45 feet. Said premises such sum for such (3) Mobility Manager,will 311 1, 2019, at the cess itpurpose; may be bidder and Contractors shall Bid selection be May Offices. ham, NY, and theany restoration of apperformance of work. sign-board LABORER garbage Stay your home longer PURSUANT Central School Districta ofsecthe and personFOR canfor register to as 223inWire Road, Livingston, BANK, NA Plaintiff, to vs. JAMES Courthouse, 401 Union Street, BONDS, D; #032 MICKLE, D; knownTown as 62 SECOND levy theagainst necessary tax thereof lien $ 203,038.57 New cial Apartment Rent West Bridge St., CatsTown Hall, 3809 served. SSNY shall Town Greene Counmeet theand project site Hudson, madeNYto the lowest, Dated this D; 11th ondof Catskill, public hearing vote with the School District NY. All that certain LEPARD, et al., Defendants and 12534 on June 18, #357 GREEN, #179day DAL-of plus company, full time w/beneAmerican Standard fore, to beatlevied collected ATHENS, NY Approxproximately 800County linear with Bids may be held by York shall be published interest and 295 Columbia Town Law STREET, NY12:00 12414, refer- County Route 51,J;Hanmail process to Helene imate of lien ty, New York, hereby authorizes toCall 3:00 channel, PM Monplot, or parcel of land, 2019 at PM. Premises NOTICEState OF SALE IN FORELAS, F; 2019 #373 DEAN, #224 in annual installments in such kill, fits. EOE. 518-325Walk-In Bathtub. Receive at Greene County qualified, responsible April, shall be held on May 7, from feet8:00 of AM stream the piece GCSWCD for a with pe- Article in the amount official newspa435 costs. 12-A, §§209, ence GCCTP. All re$256,485.91 plus interest & and directs the Board Clerk to day through Friday on days the buildings and improveknown as 156 Hover Avenue CLOSURE PLEASE TAKE NOBARRATT, J; #069 KOWALSKI, years and in such amounts as nacroix, New York. Jaffe, Ave., 3331. up to not $1500 off, including a CAIRO, 2 bdrinclude mobile home, Route108078Fifth(Colgate bidder. The GCSWCD Gordon W. Bennett, 2019 at the same and will excariod to exceed sixper of the Town not Premises will be sold 209-c and 209-d the costs. Premises will be sold give notice to the qualified votwhen the District Offices are ments thereon erected, situate, a/k/a 162 Hover Avenue, GerJ; #379 BARTO, J; #261 TICE THAT In pursuance of a may be C OLUMBIA -G REENE M EDIA sponses must be reB6 Tuesday, April 23, 2019 quite setting, $775 a mo., of the subject Apt. NY, NY Road) 6B, bridge, reserves the 12526. rightSecto The LAO subject Sole Assessor place and forof the the open, vation and fill toa create ty (60) days from the than 10 (ten)ofdays to time provisions subject to provisions filed ers of the School District the Board Oflying and being in the Town of Town mantown, New K; JudgmentBoard of Foreclosure determined by the Boardlocated of Ed- ceived A. of and the less rentNYSDOT & at sec., & Ref.Clerk’s must, HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKER. New on York or before Place yourMOREHOUSE-HARRISON, classified ad online at: www.hudsonvalley360.com Hearing willSOMbe 10128. Purpose: Any 640 ft. eastintoofaccount the in- 149. reject adoption ofHearing the on ResoaYork new aligned date of the opening to andthe meeting Judgment Terms of Sale. the nofice, 343 West MainOfstream Street, Livingston, County of Columbia Block any 1 Lot or all bids, Public #092 ROBERTS, L; #279 Sale entered in the officehereof the prior ucation taking ofAnnual filedPublic judgment and exp pets.845-706-8504 State Dept. Transportation is hiring for perma-of Town of Durham 5:00 PM on May 7, the Use Variance Aplawful Index Number 1001/2011. Budget and the Annual Meeting Catskill, New York, until May 8, and State of New York, Section 63. All that piece or parcel of MERVILLE, M; #278COOPER, County Clerk of Greene County state aidactivity. and trade-in value; tersection of Greene to waive any informallution establishing the channel as well as bids, for athe date and not more HOM CERTIFIED nent Town employment. Applicants must have CDLpurpose A or B SDA/SDL exp Commencing at a The THE VILLAGE OF VAL- as River Street, said terms of sale. ORDER of Meeting Durham, by RAKESH N. days JOSHI, ESQ., submitted by Index including District Election and 2019 Annualendorsement on and 149, 1 and Lotthe 89. Premland, the improvements M; #361 EASTON, O; #443 and (4) in anticipation of the colon February 28, 2019, I, Shelley than Mobile Homes withforairthe brake clean personnel/drivCounty Route 23C and 2019. itieswith therein, and to se- plication District; andcenter the Town clu construction of rock of aBlock reviewing bids INQUIRIES: 20own prior Refto smar Cleaning point inNo. the of a Greene Mobile Homes ATIE LOCAL DEVEL11297-17. point 15.00 feet TOWNbeing OF DURHAM County, is toises ORDERS thatthe pursuant IF YOUDorf a Nelson home, you The Ching And I bonds LLC, contents of the Clark 526 NOTICE TO ALL ADVERTISERS Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. 5 p.m. DR. MARK DAVEY Unless comments are eree & LLP Vote, as follows: NOTICE OF May 21, 2019. Any person shall will be sold subject to provithereon, situate in the Town of LEWIS, P; #009 BALICH, P; lection of such tax, issue A. Bower, Esq., Referee Smar 345 for Rent Riversand LLC to allow ing record. Must be willing work nights, holidays and ow Greene County lect the County Bid, ofthe ac- #038 Board hereby further and structures. and of investigating the such date. for Plaintiff 345 for Rent Village of E. Valatie OPMENT Homeowners Insurance. BOX Donnelly, distant, andR; on bearESTABLISHMENT OF Margaret sealed bids for House B&B. Property is need to the 455 plans and Attorney(s) 555 for y PUBLIC HEARING ONStreet BUD- seeking be entitledlog to have his/her name sions filed Judgment Index # P.O. Germantown, ColumARNDT, #045aGEERand notes the District one made, named inmaps, said Judgment, will App of of Auth. filedatRoute with this plan will be weekends. Must pass a pre-employment physical and a wedding/special EO PLATTSBURGH, NY at 12901 78, inerrors East Jewett, ceptance ofYork. which, in please ORDERS a itcopy Protect your house, Work items also inqualifications of BidBY OFbelongService in get Report immediately. To ensure the best response to your ad, take time check that your is correct the that first time appears. Ifrandom you see an please call immediately to have itand We correct anyparcel errors inwith the next day’sHousekeeping p aper.ORDER (except Sunday andTHE sold, everything must go! commonly referred to Black CORPORATION, Esq., Referee. GET/ANNUAL MEETING/ Theodore Fremd Avenue, Rye, placed upon the register provid06-223. Melissa Aiezza-Carpibia, State of New Approxitime or from time to time in NY the HOLT, R;S#079 S; ad sell in one public aucing of 64 toKOWALSKI, degrees 00' EMERGENCY MEDITop inerror, place. TAGHKANIC, 2changed. BDR, no can(518) tests. Competitive wages benefits OTETA reports filed the Sec. of State of considered final upon 561-0100 Ext. 211 TAGHKANIC, 2 BDR, no events venue on propsha ings, valuables & more. Call New York, 12424. its judgment, will best of this ORDER, shall Hudson. Will clean houses oak, mahogany furniture, home BOARD OF EDUCATION ed that he/she personally apNY 10580 nello, Esq., Referee Berkman, principal amount not to exceed clude the installation of ders prior to awarding mate Amount of Judgment is TOWN BOARD OF #336 THOMAS, S; #161 tion on May 30, 2019 at the are available. NYS is an EOE. Inquire at 518-6229312 or as River Street, said Monday). If Columbia-Greene Media is responsible for the error, we will credit you for the cost of the space occupied by the er ror on the first day of publication. However, the publishers are responsible for one incorrect day only, and liability shall no t exceed the portion of the Plaintiff, McCalla Raymer Leismoking,. no pets, $850 CAL SERVICES DIS00" East of an iron Approximately 1,400 eTown mClerk a i of l the : (SSNY) 2/21/2019. Cty: completion of efficient this erty owned on the east now for a free quote. Don’t activ no pets, Se indoor wicker, art work, or apartments. exp. The consists of and assure the be posted on offi- smoking,. 107 DOT Cairo,$850 NY. - plus various bioengineering the util. Contract. Allsec. in- Jackstadt_louise@cves.org THE TOWN 10yrs OF DURa mo., plus point being 17.69 bert LLC -againstspacework occupied by the deerror is limitedperiod. to the actual cost of the first embedded ad. The publishersinshall not Pierce, be liable for any the adverfeet tisement omitted fora Road, any reason. TRICT stake US tons, type wait! 844-338-3881 Town of5/1/19 Durham or Text Columbia. SSNY plus util. mo., plus 6 sec. comment Hu collectibles and on useful side of County Route DEADLINE: or call (518)697-9522. the restoration of apperformance of work. cial Town sign-board practices and the creaquiries in reference to HAM dept. Call 518-851-2389, distant, and a bear- dept. foron Plaintiff PAUL J. KEELER, concrete PURSUANT to comNew Attorney(s) atCoxsackie, the 12.5mm. Mill/rebate about7/1/19 4, 2019, Over $10K in debt? Be debt IFtioY Call 518-851-2389, START: sig. as agent upon pany) items. infoApril 518-258-3108 61, West Articles of Or239 Island Drive, Town need proximately 800 linear Bids may be held by and shall be published SUPREME COURT OF PUBLIC NOTICE 518-965-6038. tion of riparian and the project shall be diDATED: April 16, 2019 NOTICE EOE/AAE ing Lexington of N 66 degrees Avenue 518-965-6038. Chief Fiscal Officer for mon York junction StateAllTown Law 420 all blacktop Professional driveways of lands which are available for whom process against PUBLIC in 24-48Medical months.Aides Pay a Prote persons ganization ofArticle Copake, County of -The Bee feet be of served stream & channel, theCounty GCSWCD afiled pein the officialofHousing newspaSTATE OF&and NEW Hudson wetland areas var- rected to James Bu- public inspection, the free 435 intersections. Technical OFofwere FORMA48" West an iron THE Suite 840 the Cfor olu m - NY. §§209, and now orto12-A, formerly of 57' may shall NOTICE fraction of what &you owe. ings, Dist 550 Services wishing be heard in with the Secretary of Columbia and the and will include excariod not to exceed sixper of the Town not YORK COUNTY OF Authority (HHA) reiousescalation plantings. costs in 395 chanan Want at to Rent the creation of an Emer- A+ LIMITED stakeYork, recovered at the No New N.Y. 10170 bia forOFtheA sole pur- favor 209-c and 209-d the now 9/1/1 Commissa; running BBB rated. Call National mail process to c/o TION orofopposition will (347) Want to Rent State ofdays New New ofYork. vation andCooperman, fill to create LIABILITY ty (60)of fromYork the State less 286-7409 than 10 (ten) from days GREENE proposals Fren Bid Documents may Quarry GCSWCD, COMPANY And Age wait! common junction of 395 A. Colarusso & Son, Inc., Division is seeking anat gency Medical Servic- LUNG pose representing Townopportunity Board the quests the bid. The Town Debt CANCER? Relief 1-855-403thence from saidat point Citrin Scho have the (SSNY) onthe01/03/2019. SSNY has been desiga new aligned stream date of opening of prior to the meeting OCWEN LOAN SERcontractors for LAWN 60+? be examined and is- CATSKILL (518) 622-3620. By experienced Heavy Equipment Mechanic. Must have (LLC) lands now or formerly 3654. You And Your Family Over the ESTATE OF BERTown of Durham hereHighway Dept. will es District is hereby of beginning along the Elem Attn: V. Wlodinguer, Office location: Greene time 1 bdr apt for 2 and place stated nated as agent of LLC CARE CATSKILL 1 bdr apt for 2on Part channel as well as bids, for the purpose date and not more VICING, LLC, and SNOW May Be Entitled To Signifiexperience and knowledge with diesel engine, brake, sued free of charge Order of the Thes The name of the LLC is of Smith; running time Site Worker position NARD WISE; ENERby supplyontraffic control, (ifa seniors on the 1st floor (if proposed to be estab- RIDING LAWN mower 48" free center whom of said River Please Recycle seniors 529 Fifth Ave.,6,4thLLC. Fl., County. 55 NORTH above. thedisc 1st floor with SSNY has upon process cant Cash Award. Call 866clutch, hydraulics and electrical systems and possess construction of rock of reviewing the bids than 20 days prior to V. REMOVAL SERVICES with the Columbia County Nutricompact (CD) at GCSWCD, Jeff Flack, 12th Street Holdings, Farm thence from said point fract ORDERS that pursuant GY-ONIX BROAD- Patrick water truck for a asWallkill Central School District possible) (518)697-8060. lished and the Town Street on a bearing of NY, NY 10017. General House for rent: Arts. of Org. filed with Sala cut, runs good, $695. 2300 (518)697-8060. Linger, 410 951-9073, 877-915-8674 A+ own hand tools. Full-time overtime needed. been designated as it Chair. may be at tion program for theas Elderly. Asand log structures. LLC. and investigating the against such date. VINITA E. MATTHEW, the Columbia ApartSpecial Education GCSWCD office, 907position, Executive Director. For sale: Articles of Orof beginning along the possible) Help Wanted (basB Antiques & to 23 thedegrees maps, plans and CAST phalt roller. Sealed Mother/Daughter house for Board hereby further S 02' 00" Purpose. the SSNY on 04/04/19. watt generator, $175, 40 Houses for Sale sist including with meal preparation, defor Information. No Risk. No Debt EOE, Full Benefits provided, pension/profit Substitute Teacher 712 agent of LLC upon served. The post oftion Fish/Hunt Work items also in- ganization qualifications of BidBY ORDER OF THE ET. AL. ment Complex, 41 Greene County Office sale by owner, lessspreader than filed INC.; with W, common boundary of bids Collectibles reports with the EQUIPMENT, along withSalary a nonORDERS that theJondea filed distance of North inch seeder Certification required: 209 drop Columbia County25 www Office: Greene County.of whom livery, and cleaning. Must have Money Out Albany Of Pocket. Check Out Our sharing plan. commensurate with experience. Grumman Otisco 12 w/ process against fice address to which clude the installation ders prior to awarding TOWN BOARD OF miles from 3bdrm/2bdrm NOTICE OF SALE Second Street, 3654 Building, Cairo, NY302, Notice of Formation as of Secretary of StateUSA, of 109.26 Students withof Disabilities 1-67 OXEN HILL FARM, LLC, GRANBY, CT needs Town feet Clerk the lands now or formerly collusion HSBC BANK, bidding cervalid NYS drivers license; beEAST All OBO . (518)610- 5/3/1 NOTICE OF COMPLEscription the bounto aof point; SSNY Send resume toHEREBY PO Box Hudson, NY 12534 attn: swivel Tidewater 15’ $35, on 2.5 acres $250,000.00 call BUYINGANTIQUES and itNATIONAL served. SSNY shall mail orseats, Students with tools, Ravena, NY, variousdesignated bioengineering themay Contract. All on in- the THEsaid TOWN OF on DURIS Hudson, NY 12534. Taghkanic: Colonial 10acs temporary workers 5/1/2019 12/1/2019, work 12413. Paper copies able - Anytime. Anylift OF 50 pounds; and be to Limited Liability Cor- New York be (SSNY) of Smith a NOTICE Town ofon Durham on aoralways 8248. ASSOCIAtification form, ss103d TION TENTATIVE daries of7-12 such proTrailer, Minn Kota Endura Elec- OXYGEN Human Resource Department or tocomplete an applicaRIDI agent of the LLC upon thence the same Disabilities Generalist 518-966-5026 Bulk Neil Greenberg which is huge,” Smith anything old. Trunks, Beuoy’s Generic Length Adcentral vacum, hot tub, fpl SSNY shall Mail a copy of any process supplies, equipment provided without cost to worker. practices(LLC): and the crea- April quiries in2019. reference to about April 4, 2019, bearing HAM GIVEN pursuant to Hudson, a available Details of the project to work as needed where. No tanks to refill. No of the Project Manual poration (Back1, New of S 66 detric 2016 models. unopened Submit Substitute Teacher ApTION; SIMPLEXGRINof the General MuniciDriv tion at 91 Newman Rd., NY. ASSESSMENT ROLL posed extended dis5/7-6/4 whom process against bearing the of LLC S 23 de- and 6 be Wendell St.upon Lamps, vintage tile & hw&flrs, 42-ft All-New Garage Housing will be available cost and to workersclothing, who VIAGRA CIALIS! 60 pills cut, Contact OFA atwithout Copy ofvantage, Process to: served The Washington Post deliveries. The tion of riparian and York the project shall be di- against DATED: April 16, 2019 Final Judgment of Monday-Friday. insurance requireplication completed referImprobable is 38 told Ed McNamara of NewsSpe can obtained Hummingbird 40’ Sonar, All woods Trading Comoffice location: grees 57' 48" E, a diswhich are available for watt NELL LP; NEW YORK pal Law, will be (Pursuant tolifetime Sections trict shall be as set for$299,000 cannot reasonably returnwarto permanent residence at rlty600@aol.com itwetland may areas be and served. grees him/her 02' 00" W, dis- ments may be ob- Foreclosure furniture. Old (available store displays for additional in- their $99.One 100 for $150 ence forms at Beekmantown Central School 518posi G4pills is only 2.8 inch free 672-5323 toilet, and Trading upon is: a12th used 5 times. $$extras includ- Inogen var- Backwoods rected COMMISSIONto James Budated receipt May ofthe a7th, non-retancein, of your 17.69mindset feet to opened public inspection, the the of the work (845) 229-1618 back STATE 2019 lengths better than an average day. “Going 506end and 526 ofday. theTransportation forth in reimbursement the attached www.wallkillcsd.k12.ny.us), Thereshall is nomail Kentucky and an application. and more. Attics, barns, District seeks following for formation Exce SSNY copy Derby tance ofHoldings, 167.00 feet to FREE shipping.Money ed, registered until 2022. First pounds! FAA heat approved! ranty on the tub and instalAthens, 2Bdrm, included $35, Company LLC, 30 Street LLC; ious plantings. chanan at the February 6, 2019, and tained at the HHA's fundable deposit of Farm and subsistence is provided upon completion of 15 days to Mr. Anthony White, P.O. Box 9/1/19: an iron stake recov5/9-5/23 of an on Emerat 7:30pm. Send all 410 ER OF TAXATION AND in house Real Property Tax Law)at basements, Schedule "A" and shall FREE guaranteed! 1-800-758- appl ofBid process to the LLC, looker willcomplete take home. acreation thence the different Gold, silver, thoroughbred apoint; one-mile $950.00/Month info kit: References/No 1-855-839lation! Call us is not about trying winner in this year’s 310, Wallkill, N.Y., 12589. Germans Hill Road, 166 Duane Street, French Teacher MS csco or 50% of the work contract. Work is guaranteed for 3/4 Documents mayPreakGCSWCD, at entered in the Office of main office, 41 North 8248 Fifty Dollars ($50.00) Help Wanted ered; thence on the bids contents. 845-430-7200. gencybearing MedicalonServicto Janet Par- of FINANCE, $2,000.00 FIRM 518-622-3518 Notice is hereby include the entire 1738 9761 Pets. Call 518-622-3849 or 8883276 Route 23A, (845) 895-7104 School Counselor same Swin. 23 Second the workdays during given the contract period. Hours offered NY- the 12431. 2B, New York, race best mark among be Stakes examined andPais(518) By Suite the of the County 1-855-465-5426 Street, Hudto We’re going in with a andClerk Contract Drawings ness but there areFreehold four 622-3620. redmanlin2@aol.com same bearing of S 66 es District is hereby Elementary Teacher 6 4 6 8 3 0 7 5 9 1 . e m a i l tridge, Town Clerk, CHILD SUPPORT ENcostume that the Assessor of Town of Durham and lenville, NY 12463. VIAG each week may be more or less than stated in item 11 00" W, degrees 02' Experienced Roofers, Top Pay. Purpose: Any 10013. Pur-a son, YOU CAN'T SAY MUCH sued free of Order of lawful the New wherein NY 12534 onE,an ora of These are track positions 5/7-6/4 canGreene, betenure obtained for smoke1410@verizon.net FARMWORKERS & 60 Laborers -the 4conditions. fulltime temporary jobs MA degrees 48"get males inYork 2019 -be game proposed estabMiscellaneous 7309 State Route 81, E depending FORCEMENT SECon weather and Workers herenot VIAGRA &own CIALIS! pillscrop soApril that57' I can the have Town oftransportation. Greenville, Town Board horses whoAny rancharge for theon roses ator 3-year-old Purpose: lawful distance ofto46.04 feet with just 25 words, unless forful$ with health &LOAN retirement SERbenefits. Must activities. Lat- pose/Character of plan 564 5/10-6/7 compact disc (CD) at acts GCSWCD, Jeff Flack, OCWEN after 1, 87.97 2019 durServices Wanted available 06/10/19-11/06/19. Altobelli Family Farms, Fifty Dollars ($50.00) jewelry, required to work extra hours offered. $13.25 per hr. or 730 for Sale distance of feet for $99. 100 pills for $150 lished and the Town Durham, NY 12423 or TION; HARBACH Call 518-965-5200 County of Greene has by further Salary range $47,230 $52,830 they are published in 55 FREE purpose. and four lengths better than to a point; thence runA-plus race out of this horse, Churchill Downs earlier this est date upon which business: Any lawful GCSWCD office, 907 ELECTRONICS, Executive Director. LLC; Board hereby further VICING, LLC is Applicathe ing business applicable piece Applicants to apply and contact CT Kinderhook, NY. rate. Manually plant, cultivate, harvest be onperson April 26, 2019. The 5/8-5/22 on experience). FREE shipping. Money to annormal iron stake recovnewspapers statewide with guar in(based at the Town completed thehand TentaORDERS that the im- DENTAL Houses for Sale ning N in 74purpose degrees 58' hours. of Labor at and 860-263apply forUsers! the For6020. Sale Attention: Oxygen tion & leaded details available E. at Department Call 9761 LLC is to dissolve: No business perthe second-best horse this vegetables. Use toolsOrto till, fertilize, wit Greene-LLC. County and VINITA Information is Plaintiff the New INSURANCE. York Daily Impact because I 209 knowthence there’s a lot in back guaranteed! Call To- power checks should be month Improbable Hettos, Filed Office with(fourth ered; continuORDERS that the deHall. The Durham B R O A D C A S T I N G Columbia County tive Assessment Roll provements and exwww.bcsdk12.org. Deadline Coxsackie, 4Bdrm, heat includjob at the nearest local office of the SWA. Job order Lot for sale in Greenport, 308 Physicians Mutual Insurance 00" W, a distance of Gain freedom with a lau from NYNPA. Call 315-661Apartment for Rent transplant, weed, thin, prune, apply pesticides, clean, mitted under the bounNew also Building, Cairo, NY specific ET Reserves AL. available at MATTHEW, day: 800-404-0244, 1-800made Board payable to are the #215191. field, War of Will (34feet GLA). SSNY on 2/6/2019. Ofing at the same bear5/3/19. NOTICEdate. OF COMPLEscription oftothe Town SUPPLY WORLDthere we haven’t seen yet.” for the current year penses proposed shall Company for Columbia details. NOT YOU ed $1,200.00/Month Referencplace), War of Will (seventh), Anthony Ave. 117X80” 2446 or contact this newsNeeded part time live in Elder Portable Oxygen Concenstained 295 County 30.03 an iron pack, and load produce. Operate, repair, maintain tracYork Limited Liability 870-8711 Taghkanic: Colonial 10acs 12413. PaperCounty. copies Notice the Defendant(s). I, the w w w. h u d s o n h o u s i n Greene County Soil Wa just a discount plan, REAL fice: Greene ing of S 66 degrees 57' Employee must be able to plant, cultivate, weed and hares/Notoday! Pets. Call 518-622-3849 with $35,000.00. CallMix 518/821-3208 TION ofOF TENTATIVE daries of such Plus, prothe reject any care STERLING andfor that a and copy has finance contract(s) with paper husband from Formation of Company That four-length minimum trator! No more heavy Bulk right Carrier to looking for CDL-A tors/implements to wife grow and harvest and apstake embedded in 48" new shooters (horses central vacum, hot tub, fpl undersigned Win Windesignated Win (10th) and WIDE; BodLaw. This coverage 350mobile procedures. of the Project Manual Referee vest a large variety ofFriday vegetable, fruit crops. and flower crops. or 646-830-7591. email they and Water Conserva5/16-6/12 CAIRO, 2forbdr home, SSNY as E, of or am Through Drivers. Will train on quesmodern Tuesday ASSESSMENT ROLL posed extended dis- gauthority.org. all bids. Any JEWELERS d/b/a KAY been filed licensed contractor(s) glass tanks and refills! Guaran- 866-679-8194 Limited Liability Comply agrichemicals, maintain irrigation. Withstand extreme tile & hwaflrs,distance 42-ft Garage concrete at the juncor$775 http://www. Applicants should with have a the general knowledge of vegetable difference on the fi eld implies notification is made smoke1410@verizon.net Specialized Equipment. Local quite setting, a mo., news can be obtained upon will sell at public aucProposals will be acthat skipped the Kentucky am, some experience necestion District. Addenda, express (13th) competing in agent for process & pany 35.46 feetrlty600@aol.com to a point at tions Cleaning (Pursuant trict shall be as set 526 call Hwy Super teed Lowest Prices! Call $299,000 JEWELERS; Greenville Town Clerk to provide emergency temperatures, lifting 50 lbs, repetitive movements, (LLC). to Sections pursuant dental50plus.com/41 Ad# the production, plant propagation and greenhouse maintepositions Buffalo Elmira. 736 & sec., 5/10-6/7 rent a must, tion win of lands now or cepted Pets& &Ref. Supplies to attached Section sary including help with person- the Oxygen Concentrator 6118 S receipt a369 non-reatwindow, the tobe GREENE up to and if any, will issued Improbable should (845) 229-1618 shall mail of to: Main the high water mark no of tion 506 and 526 &STATE ofCarthe forth inofthis the stooping. 3propagation. months experience. $13.25/hr, ¾(at no pets.845-706-8504 Joe vanHolsteyn atEmail Excellent Pay/Benefits. for al nance Must able to lift—up to services 50 lbs. 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Dollars ($50.00) 320 and MAIN the HHA's Su whose name Hudson. clean houses portation expenses paid by and employer. Transportation, 12414. Purpose: any Organization running thence along HOUSE, Notice hereby given include the Law. entire 2019, By order of NY 12529. Fri 5/17: 9-4,with Sat $500 Callit518-828-7365 Mobile 01/01/19, Homes pape Apt. forDOB rent: where may be seen in conjunction BOR andisNEW YORK filed with 888-339-2900 x12 the Town mined. DENTAL INSURANCE. Call chain saw operation could be required on a regular basis. 2 It’s worth noting that GLA pl lands of the same on and Drawings CATSKILL, main office or via horsemail STREET, or exp. subsistence paid10yrs to worker upon 50% completion of Since fresh dress are on record as 5/8-6/5 NotContract surprisingly, Improb5/18:listed 9-3. Visit Hammertown ATHENS - 3 bdr., kitch. DR. lawful said these Kinderhook Creek 345 for & Rent that theDEPARTMENT Assessor Town of Durham and1969, Board, Janet Partridge, andapartments. examined any duties the District and Insuthe STATE Secretary of State ofof PUBLIC months in by the above is preferred. NOTICE Female, vet condition. checked BR, DR, pa-store the twohere(2) as or experience callPlease (518)697-9522. contract. contact (877)Physicians 466-9757 toMutual nearcan isbe obtained for 12414, on May 22, indicated in detailed Estate Sales atlocate www.EstateNo pets.white. Very good doesn’t take into account MANAGER CONV. having obtained the Text w high water mark on the NY the Town of Greenville, the following Town Board Town Clerk-Collector es have won the Preakness interested person until Town Board hereby OF TAXATION AND FIable the morning line faNew York (SSNY) on rance Company for details. and has all shots. Call NOTICE OF FORMATAGHKANIC, 2 BDR, no 736 for photos. courses: N 74 degrees project Call 518-945-1659. est State Workforce Agency Sales.net office and apply 518-965using to LB LLC, County track, FiftyFERMENTS Dollars ($50.00) at 9:15 full time, 401k, AM, full contract documents. following description. three (3) 2019 of Greene has by further surface, distance, Grievance Day. further NANCE; NEW YORK NOT just a discount plan, 518-392-9212. March 8, 2019. Office tio furniture, MILLER FARMS, SUFFIELD, CT needs 7 temporary Experienced Line Cooks & TION OF A LIMITED 5229 (cell) 5/15-5/28 smoking,. no pets, $850 just eight times: Bee Bee Bee vorite. Bob Baffert’s chestnut NY1296188 Medical Aides 58' 00" W,that a distance salaray comm. 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Hundred Nine BANK it FIRST may be of Or- and from competition faced, DIRECTV &Ninety AT&T. 155 3/18/2018. kitchen & livingroom. NoRent pets. AIDE NEEDED for general Want collect395 quite setting, $775 mo., as uponAddenda, whom 13' 00"Articles W,but aemergency distance Handyman/Maintenance. Must cant Award. Call 866tion District. THAT CERTAIN Minority and the work contract. Work isanything guaranteed for 3/4 to of the (2000), Bernardini (2006) old. Trunks, packages be picked with as aagent 2-year-old in a $100,000 Certification required: aCash vehicle. 2-3 times a to of tance of 94.43 feetaaand to a ALL Greenville Town JACK Clerk ganization to provide Please note that due Thousand Three HunAGARA BANK; served. SSNY shall Channels & 1000s of housekeeping and shop518-977-3848 or 518-821filed with rent & sec., & Ref. must, Office in Columbia Co. TOY have own vehicle and drivers liworkdays during the contract period. Workers not Students with Disabilities 1-6 951-9073, 877-915-8674 there are other reasons to process against the at 11159 week, 6-9 hours. Call of 32.58 feet to an iron if any, will be issued Lamps, vintage clothing, PLOT, PIECE OR PARWomen's Business Enup prior to the Pre Bid point; thence S 16 deSR 32, medical services ping in therole Hudson area 8541. $13.25 Rachel (2009). And CEL theInformation. dual ofNY.Risk. the Asdred and Fifty Six Dol- offered. Shows/Movies On Demand stakes race Churchill no pets.845-706-8504 WISE, mail a copy of process Secretary of State or Students with ibles, china, of Alexandra required to work extra hours perapt hr. for or 2 fema cense. Hensonville, Call SSNY Desig. Agent of (646)770-6166. CATSKILL 1 store bdr for No No furniture. Old displays LLC be at served. only may to those persons to: OF LAND, WITH terprises to submit stake recovered at the Conference date. with a vehicle. 2-3 times a like Improbable’s chances on 5/10-6/7 grees 54' 38" W, a disDisabilities 7-12 Generalist Greenville, York, New throughout the Town (w/SELECT Package.) Applicants to on apply contact CT (if hous sessor inOfthe adjoining applicable lars) for piece the rate. establishNapolitano Painting Int. Ext. 518-821-0888 The LLC,New 231 Main Defendants. Yorkof (SSNY) on despite new shooters THE seniors the 1st floor LLC whom Process Money Pocket. Downs and then again the and more. Attics, SSNY mail proSubstitute check Teacher Ap-or 5/16-6/12 whoseshall name and ad- in BUILDINGS AND week, Out hours. Start Call junction landsthat’s now ASubmit certified 514 ofthe Labor at 860-263-6020. apply forbarns, the 514 tance of 36.88 to a may Pressure washing & District Staining. AT&T Internet 99 Percent Mobilefeet Homes Services Offered AIRLINE CAREERS itSaturday. may seen and (WinStar in with proposals. glassware, Towns 6-9 of Durham and Department ment of Street, P.O. Box 192, Inwhere pursuance of be a judgHis owner possible) Or (518)697-8060. April 2, conjunction 2019. New plication and completed referbe served. SSNY basements, complete house $600 (646)770-6166. cess 150 Water job at the nearest local office of the SWA. Job order dressto: on recordSt., as I M P R O V E M E N T S the Vilor formerly of 30 yrs. experience. High-end making up over half the fi eld Grade 1are Los Alamitos Futurity bank draft, payable to 345 at the junction for Rent Reliability. Unlimited Texts Here -Get -trained as FAA of shallence and examined byNew any York the District and the point forms (available at Greenville, a joint sesherein, and the Town OXYGEN Anytime. AnyNew Baltimore, ment of foreclosure office location: contents. 845-430-7200. mail to certified Aviation Techni- #215182. Work will include (but not for limited to) planting, Farm), trainer (Baffert) and running residential including Saratoga, Catskill, NY 12414. Apt. rent: having obtained THEREON ERECTED, lage of Valatie; to 120 Countries w/ AT&T household, thewww.wallkillcsd.k12.ny.us), orderprocess of the AFF lands now or 2 per formerly AIRLINE Start interested person Town Board hereby SID- hoeing, Farmworkers &those Laborers Crop where. tanks to refill. No- AFFORDABLE over theSUPREME past 20 years, da-no sion No forCAREERS towns Board hereby further at Los Alamitos Racethe Course. York 12124. Purpose: and sale granted in until the 239 applying fertilizer,NEW cultivating, hanging Island Drive, Town 402 Union st PO Box TAGHKANIC, BDR, Lake George, Loudonville, COURT - SITUATE, to Mr. Anthony White, P.O. Box Hudsonharvesting, - 1bdrm 2nd fl, near Purpose: Lawful Wireless. Callyour 4 home! FREE contract Any documents. LYING, AND cian. Financial aid for qualithence along lands of Greene County Soil new jockey (Mike Smith) were Here -Get trained as FAA 6 fulltime temporary jobs availING! Beautify of Clow; running deliveries. The All-New Grievance Day. further tobacco properly spaced at heights of 20 feet. TakingNo ING will take place on (SatORDERS that the estiAutomobiles 310, Wallkill, N.Y., 12589. any lawful purpose. above entitled action Miscellaneous Long Island. 518-423-6031 or smoking,. no pets, $850 of Copake, County of CMH quiet, off st parking. 1064 Hudson NY ta from TwinSpires. COUNTY OF COLUMHe’s winless in three starts casual and Quote 1-888-534-6918. Purpose. fied students. Job placeSav It is the Contractors' The Assessor IN 895-7104 THE TOWN certified able 07/01/19-10/20/19. Mark Aviation Technisame on the following and Water Conservadown and packing tobacco. 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U.S. Notice is hereby givenall Greene Rd., Hudson, NY GenerPurpose: Anyup lawful for to 190 and from field.518-791-0132 Not all WANTED!!! workers year’s information 866LEGALN TIfied students. Job placeAttention: Oxygen Users! SID SIDING from workers 1800Remodel! CARS/TRUCKS and obtain any and OF GREENE FREE info kit:12534. 1-855-839Mo. Call CoUniteddress States Governdegrees 00" W, a Crown three (3) courses: 66 COUNTY 518-965-6038. Tentative Assessment posedhas to13' be expended Channels $14.95 High Triple races, the2015-1, Preakat to$125,000.00 (One have two second-place fin-BBQofCounty's alOffices: orchard work including trim- Up required to months drive. Workers that Gain are requested to drive County Columbia on SSNY been desigthat an order entered 296-7094 purpose. TLE TRUST ment assistance. Call AIM freedom withwill a Up 18 no InstalinterWe buy 2002-2018 5/16-5/22 1738 issued Addenda. It CHICKEN is ordination AND STATE OF NEW BROOKS Smith also won the Preakness Transportament Bonds (at par distance of 52.92 feet degrees 57' 48" W, a Speed Internet. Free be require to Twenty possess appropriate license. No one will be Roll27th on day the offollowing is $199,356.00 (One ming suckers, summer clothes, Wednesday, Maypruning, 6th, est. Hundred Five Portable the March, nated est. as agent ofness LLC by the in Supreme Court, for free information 866is BY usually one that Oxygen Restrictions apply ishes graded-stakes races U.S. the NACars/Trucks, Running TAKE-OUTS ONLY 3:30pm-6:30pm requested that bid tion rejected for the Dollars) position that not possess a Concendriver's or Plan Draft value), or a satisfactory 296-7094 thinning fruit, irrigation, harvest lation, Smart HD DVR855Into anfavorite iron Ninety stake emdistance ofBANK 67.78 feet YORK days Hundred Nine TIONAL aboard between the hours of 505-6471. Thousand is does 415 2019, I, and David locations. A. post-time Gon- upon whom process Help CLASS B apples, DRIVER, experiColumbia County, on 30th trator! NoGeneral more heavy Want to Rent Not! Nationwide Free Pick- 505 395 ASSOCIATuesday, April Dinner $12 license. Most of the time work is performed outside somefruit, pack load and unpackages be picked Premises will be sold cluded, Free Voice Remote. 9 30 holds closest to form. Since Monday, May 6, 2019, -the the22nd Grade 2 Rebel Stakes Bid Bond executed by over 1000 bedded concrete; 564 a.m. to an iron stake to be Please note that due to Thousand Three HunServices Wanted 9:00 1:00 p.m.pick times proposed hot ortocold conditions. be up! ence preferred. Benefits zalez, Esq., the underand refills! Guaranitin may be TION, Call 1-888-416-2208. ofA pChicken r iBid l , only Apt for rent. Work is very physically Prairie Bayou inagainst 1993 and has HalfPre $8.00 AS LEGAL TIload trucks and&trailers. Spot Someunder restrictions apply. tanks A P up Grade prior day to1the subject to and provisions ULTRA REALTY LLC, 5:00 PM the Bidder an acthence on a bearing of set; thence on the the dual role of the Asdred and Fifty Six DolAUTO TECHNICIAN the Kentucky Derby adopted EOE, F/T, P/T. Please call Wednesday, May 13th, $102.88 (One Hundred and Arkansas Derby demanding requiring workers to bend, stoop, lift, and carry Leeds 2Brdm, 2nd Fl, includes teed Lowest Prices! Call signed Successor Refserved. The post of- TLE apples, apricots, peaches, ACall 2019, bearingdate. Index CATSKILL 1 bdr Plaintiff apt for 2 of PRE-ORDER 518-851-2439 CAR PLACE FOR MOM has CASH TRUSTEE, AIDE NEEDED general hit thejudgment board other times Conference filed Judgment In-an 518-325-3331 of items Org. filed inwith Greene County Build-five FOR CARS! We buy ceptable surety, DENTAL INSURANCE. 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Call distance of 87.59 feet 179.80 feet to an iron OPPORTUNITY $18 Greenville, a joint sesherein, and the Town 442 Fairview Ave. (Rte 9), Hudson with a vehicle. 2-3 times a Wednesday, May 13th, and the local Town advisorsBoard help Bulk Carrier looking for CDL-A just a stooping, discountwalking plan, and REAL trusted, lic auction at the lobby copy of any process CANDACE MCCARTY, RAS event. find examined at theof office 947-0906 DENTAL INSURANCE. Call free towing and same day Not! atures, Monday thru Friday -LI reWells & Associates INC. We the order the Boriskin, LLC 900 Greene County. SSNY AFFORDABLE NEW SIDkill, NY of the Base Total Bid Drivers. Will train on modern P/H NYC * $15 P/H * week, 6-9 hours. 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CATSKILL WATER SYSTEM - ANNUAL WATER QUALITY REPORT - PWS ID#1900026 Please take the time to read the following report. Although similar in content; each year’s report contains new information about your drinking water and the system that provides it to you. The New York State Department of Health has implemented a source water assessment program for all public water sources in the state. A summary of the assessment for our system is included at the end of this report. Public Health Law requires that all water supply systems with greater than 1000 service connections provide their customers with annual water quality reports. The purpose of this law is to ensure that private and public water companies throughout New York State provide their customers with information regarding the quality of their water supply as well as the responsibilities, activities, and infrastructure of their water supplier. This report covers the period from January 1 to December 31, 2018. Included in this report is a violation notification that the water system was found to have an average concentration of total Trihalomethanes for the previous 4 quarters (1/1/18-12/31/18) that exceeds the maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 80 parts per billion (ppb).*** IMPROVEMENTS for 2018 include replacement of 200 meter registers as part of the water meter upgrade program. Replaced 1165 linear feet of water main on Broad St. and Henry St. Installed 6” HDPE water main and 3 new fire hydrants as well as new service connections. Sources of drinking water include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and radioactive material and can pick up substances resulting from human and animal activity. The Catskill water system’s water source is the Potic Reservoir located in the Town of Coxsackie on Schoharie Turnpike. Total capacity, including three-foot spillway boards, is approximately 249 million gallons with an estimated fourteen square mile water shed area. Contaminants that may be present in raw or source water before it is treated are microbial contaminants, inorganic contaminants, pesticides and herbicides, radioactive contaminants, and organic chemical contaminants. Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations and wildlife. Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, can be naturally occurring or result from urban storm water runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining or farming. Pesticides and herbicides may come from a variety of sources, such as agricultural and residential uses. Radioactive contaminants are usually naturally occurring. Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, are byproducts of industrial processes and petroleum production and can also come from gas stations, urban water runoff, and septic systems. Disinfection by-products such as trihalomethane and haloacetic acid, are a result of the water chlorination process. The Village of Catskill Water Plant contains three micro floc Trident 420 package filters, each capable of filtering 700 gallons per minute (gpm). Raw water that has been treated with sodium permanganate is pumped into the plant by the raw water pumps through a chemical feed room where caustic soda (for ph adjustment), PCH – 182 (a coagulant), a polymer (a coagulant aid) are injected. Water flows through the up-flow clarifiers of the trident units before passing through the dual media filters and into the clear wells below the plant. As water exits each filter, chlorine is injected for disinfection. Zinc orthophosphate is added to the effluent line for corrosion control. Each filter is equipped with an effluent turbid meter, which allows for the monitoring of the performance of each individual filter. The filter’s backwash is based on pressure loss through the filter. Chlorine residual is monitored before the exit of the treatment plant and in the distribution system as well as bacteriological and organic compounds. The water system lacks sufficient storage capacity near the actual service areas. A break along the main 16” transmission line or a problem at the filter plant would cause a service interruption to the entire system. We continue to look for funding through the current NYS Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and Clean Air/Clean Water Bond Act. Connections to the system number 2200, serving an estimated 8500 people. Total water generated in 2018 at the water plant, amounts to 329,108,500 gallons. The last water rate increase was November 2017. The average residential water customer used approximately 24 units per billing quarter. This represents a daily use of 195 gallons per household. Water bills inside the Village average $375.20 per year and $753.20 outside the Village. With sewer bills also based on the water use, we urge customers to promptly repair even the smallest intermittent leak and consider other water conservation methods such as: – Use low flow shower heads and faucets – Repair all leaks in your plumbing system – Water your lawn sparingly early morning or late evening

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As the State regulations require, we routinely test your drinking water for numerous contaminants. These contaminants include: total coliform, turbidity, inorganic compounds, nitrate, nitrite, lead and copper, volatile organic compounds, total trihalomethanes, haloacetic acids, radiological and synthetic organic compounds. The table presented below depicts which compounds were detected in your drinking water. The State allows us to test for some contaminants less than once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants do not change frequently. Some of our data, though representative, are more than one year old. It should be noted that all drinking water, including bottled drinking water, may be reasonably expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791) or the NYSDOH Oneonta District Office at 607-432-3911. Each year the NYS Department of Health mandates a testing program for the Village’s source water and finished water. This testing program is performed by NYS certified commercial laboratories with the results reported directly to the State, as well as to the Village. Full documentation of all tests performed, the results, and maximum allowable limits are contained in a supplement available on request and on file at the Village Clerk’s Office, 422 Main Street, Catskill, NY 12414 or at 943-3830. Samples in 2018 show that the system again, meets state drinking water standards for lead and copper. New copper-lead sampling is scheduled for 2021. However, some homes on the Catskill water system still have high levels of lead. Infants and young children are typically more vulnerable to lead in drinking water than the general population. It is possible that the lead levels at your home may be higher than at other homes in the community as a result of materials used in your home’s plumbing. If you are concerned about elevated lead levels in your home’s water, you may wish to have your water tested and flush you tap for 30 seconds up to 2 minutes before using tap water. Additional information is available for the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800-426-4791). LEAD IS NOT FOUND IN THE SOURCE WATER. Those few residences still having lead service pipes are urged to seriously consider their replacement.

Samples in 2018 show that the system again, meets state drinking water standards for lead and copper. New copper-lead sampling is scheduled for 2021.

Some people may be on more vulnerable drinking water contaminants than general Immuno-compromised However, some homes the Catskill water to system still have high levels of lead. Infants and the young children population. are typically more vulnerable to lead in drinking water than the such generalas population. is possible that who the lead levels at your homechemotherapy, may be higher than at other homes in the community as a result of materials used in your persons, people Itwith cancer are undergoing persons who have undergone organ transplants, home’s plumbing. If you are concerned about elevated lead levels in your home’s water, you may wish to have your water tested and flush you tap for 30 seconds up to people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be LEAD particularly at riskINfrom 2 minutes before using tap water. Additional information is available for the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800-426-4791). IS NOT FOUND THE infections. These people should seek about drinking their health caretheir providers. EPA/Centers for Disease SOURCE WATER. Those few residences stilladvice having lead service pipes arewater urged to seriously consider replacement. Control guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Crytosporidium and other microbial contaminants people may be more vulnerable to drinking water contaminants than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons, such as people with cancer who are areSome available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800-426-4791). For additional information please contact: undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water their health care providers. EPA/Centers for Disease Control guidelines on

appropriate means to the risk of infection by Crytosporidium and other microbial contaminants from the SafeSupervisor, Drinking Water Hotline (1-800-426NYS Department oflessen Health Mike McGrath, Superintendent, DPW are available Patrick Nolan, 4791). For additional information please contact: 28 Hill St., Suite 201 101 W. Bridge St. Catskill Water Department Oneonta, NY 13820 Catskill, NY 12414 518-943-5505 89Nolan, PoticSupervisor, Creek Rd. NYS Department of Health607-432-3911 Mike McGrath, Superintendent, DPW Patrick Catskill Water Department 28 Hill St., Suite 201 101 W. Bridge St. 89 Potic Creek Rd. Earlton, NY 12058 518-945-1838 Oneonta, NY 13820

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TABLE OF DETECTED CONTAMINANTS FOR CATSKILL WATER SYSTEM FOR THE YEAR 2018

Date of sample 3/2018

Level Detected (Maximum) (Range) 0.008

Unit Measurement mg/l

Regulatory Limit (MCL, TT or AL) MCL=2

MCL G

No

3/2018

0.05

mg/l

MCL=10

10

Chloride

No

3/2016

19.9

mg/l

MCL=250

N/A

Iron

No

3/2016

6

ug/l

MCL=300

N/A

Manganese

No

3/2016

26

ug/l

MCL=300

N/A

Sodium

No

3/2016

12

mg/l

No

3/2016

6.8

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N/A

Sulfate Color

No

3/2016

10

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MCL=15

N/A

Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs – chloroform, bromodichloromet hane, dibromochloromet hane, and bromoform) Haloacetic Acids (mono-, di-, and trichloroacetic acid, and monoand dibromoacetic acid) Lead

Yes

Quarterly

91.0 42.7-158.9

ug/l

MCL=80

Yes

Quarterly

92.3 45 – 183

ug/l

MCL=60

No

8/2018

12.2 2 ND – 14.5

ug/l

AL=15

Copper

No

8/2018

0.099 0.007 – 0.124

mg/l

AL=1.3

3

2

N/A

Likely Source of Contamination Discharge of drilling wastes; Discharge from metal refineries; Erosion of natural deposits. Runoff from fertilizer use; Leaching from septic tanks, sewage; Erosion of natural deposits. Naturally occurring or indicative of road salt contamination. Naturally occurring.

Naturally occurring; Indicative of landfill contamination. Naturally occurring; Road salt; Water softeners; Animal waste. Naturally occurring. Large quantities of organic chemicals, inadequate treatment, high disinfectant demand and the potential for production of excess amounts of disinfectant byproducts such as trihalomethanes, the presence of metals such as copper, iron and manganese; Natural color may be caused by decaying leaves, plants, and soil organic matter. By-product of drinking water chlorination needed to kill harmful organisms. TTHMs are formed when source water contains organic matter.

By-product of drinking water disinfection needed to kill harmful organisms.

Corrosion of household plumbing systems; Erosion of natural deposits. Corrosion of household plumbing systems; Erosion of natural deposits; leaching from wood preservatives.

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1. Water containing more than 20 mg/l of sodium should not be used for drinking by people on severely restricted sodium diets. Water containing more than 270 mg/l of sodium should not be used for drinking by people on moderately restricted sodium diets. 2. The level presented represents the 90th percentile of the 20 sites tested. A percentile is a value on a scale of 100 that indicates the percent of a distribution that is equal to or below it. The 90th percentile is equal to or greater than 90% of the lead values detected at your water system. In this case, 20 samples were collected at your water system and the 90th percentile value was the third highest value 12.2 ug/l. The action level for lead was not exceeded at any of the sites tested. 3. The level presented represents the 90th percentile of the 20 samples collected. The action level for copper was not exceeded at any of the sites tested.

DEFINITIONS a) Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) - Highest level of contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology. b) Maximum Contaminant Level Goal - Level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk of health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. c) Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level (MRDL): The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants. d) Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG): The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contamination. e) Action Level (AL) - Concentration of a contaminant, which if exceeded, triggers treatment, or other requirements, which a water system must follow. f) Treatment Technique (TT) - Required process intended to reduce the level of a contaminant in drinking water. g) Non-Detects (ND) - Laboratory analysis indicates that the constituent is not present h) NTU - Nephelometric Turbidity Units (a measure of turbidity) i) Milligrams per liter (mg/l): Corresponds to one part of liquid in one million parts of liquid (parts per million - ppm) j) Micrograms per liter (ug/l): Corresponds to one part of liquid in one billion parts of liquid (parts per billion - ppb)

MATHEMATICAL CONVERSIONS 1000 ug/l = 1 mg/l 1 mg/l = 1 ppm 1ug/l = 1 ppb 1 ppm = 1000 ppb The amounts of a contaminant allowed in drinking water are so small they are measured in ppm – equivalent to one penny in $10,000; or ppb – equivalent to one penny in $10,000,000. The table shows that our system uncovered some problems this year. We exceeded the maximum contaminant level for trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids. The following notice provides information about the potential adverse health effects of trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids. ***NOTICE OF HIGH TRIHALOMETHANE LEVELS Catskill Village Water System - February 2019 The Catskill Village water system was found to have an average concentration of total Trihalomethanes from the 1st quarter of 2018 through the 4th quarter of 2018 (1/1/2018 – 12/31/2018) that exceeds the maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 80 parts per billion (ppb) and an average concentration of haloacetic acids that exceed the MCL of 60 ppb. Compliance with the MCL is based on the average of the four (4) most recent quarterly sample results collected from each sampling location (called the locational running annual average or LRAA). The current THM LRAA is 91.0 ppb and the current HAA LRAA is 92.3 ppb. Water suppliers are required to provide written public notification to consumers when an MCL is exceeded. What are trihalomethanes? Trihalomethanes are a group of chemicals that are formed in drinking water during disinfection when chlorine reacts with naturally occurring organic material (e.g., decomposing vegetation such as tree leaves, algae or other aquatic plants) in surface water sources such as rivers and lakes. They are disinfection byproducts and include the individual chemicals chloroform, bromoform, bromodichloromethane, and chlorodibromomethane. The amount of trihalomethanes formed in drinking water during disinfection can change from day to day, depending on the temperature, the amount of organic material in the water, the amount of chlorine added, and a variety of other factors. Disinfection of drinking water by chlorination is beneficial to public health. Drinking water is disinfected by public water suppliers to kill bacteria and viruses that could cause serious illnesses, and chlorine is the most commonly used disinfectant in New York State. All public water systems that use chlorine as a disinfectant contain trihalomethanes to some degree. What are the health effects of trihalomethanes? Some studies suggest that people who drank water containing trihalomethanes for long periods of time (e.g., 20 to 30 years) have an increased risk of certain health effects. These include an increased risk for cancer and for low birth weights, miscarriages and birth defects. The methods used by these studies could not rule out the role of other factors that could have resulted in the observed increased risks. In addition, other similar studies do not show an increased risk for these health effects. Therefore, the evidence from these studies is not strong enough to conclude that trihalomethanes were a major factor contributing to the observed increased risks for these health effects. Studies of laboratory animals show that some trihalomethanes can cause cancer and adverse reproductive and developmental effects, but at exposures much higher than exposures that could result through normal use of the water. The United States Environmental Protection Agency reviewed the information from the human and animal studies and concluded that while there is no causal link between disinfection byproducts (including trihalomethanes) and human health effects, the balance of the information warranted stronger regulations that limit the amount of trihalomethanes in drinking water, while still allowing for adequate disinfection. The risks for adverse health effects from trihalomethanes in drinking water are small compared to the risks for illness from drinking inadequately disinfected water. What are haloacetic acids (HAAs)? HAAs are formed in drinking water during treatment by chlorine (the most commonly used disinfectant in New York State), which reacts with certain acids that are in naturally-occurring organic material (e.g., decomposing vegetation such as tree leaves, algae, or other aquatic plants) in surface water sources such as rivers and lakes. The amount of HAAs in drinking water can change from day to day, depending on the temperature, the amount of organic material in the water, the amount of chlorine added, and a variety of other factors. Drinking water is disinfected by public water suppliers to kill bacteria and viruses that could cause serious illnesses. For this reason, disinfection of drinking water by chlorination is beneficial to public health. What are the health effects of haloacetic acids (HAAs)? Some studies suggest that people who drank chlorinated drinking water containing disinfection by-products (possibly including HAAs) for long periods of time (e.g., 20 to 30 years) have an increased risk for certain health effects. These include an increased risk for cancer. However, how long and how frequently people actually drank the water as well as how much HAAs the water contained is not known for certain. Therefore, the evidence from these studies is not strong enough to conclude that the observed increased risk for cancer is due to HAAs, other disinfection by-products, or some other factor. Studies of laboratory animals show that the individual HAAs, dichloroacetic acid and trichloroacetic acid, can cause cancer following exposure to high levels over their lifetimes. Dichloroacetic acid and trichloroacetic acid are also known to cause other effects in laboratory animals after high levels of exposure, primarily on the liver, kidney, and nervous system and on their ability to bear healthy offspring. The effects reported in studies of laboratory animals occur at exposures much higher than exposures that could result through normal use of the water. The risks for adverse health effects from HAAs in drinking water are small compared to the risk for illness from drinking inadequately disinfected water. Consumers having questions on any of the above can contact PATRICK NOLAN, Water/Wastewater Superintendent at 518-943-2585; the EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 800-426-4791; NYS Department of Health at 607-432-3911 or visit the Village of Catskill website at www.villageofcatskill. net Village of Catskill - NY1900026 - Source Water Assessment Summary The NYS Department of Health has completed a source water assessment for this system, based on the available information. Possible and actual threats to the drinking water sources were evaluated. The state source water assessment includes a susceptibility rating based on the risk posed by each potential source of contamination and how easily contaminants can move through the subsurface to the drinking water sources. The susceptibility rating is an estimate of the potential for contamination of the source water, it does not mean that the water delivered to consumers is, or will become contaminated. While nitrates (and other inorganic contaminants) were detected in our water, it should be noted that all drinking water, including bottled drinking water, may be reasonable expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants from natural sources. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. The nitrate levels in our sources are not considered high in comparison with other sources in this area.

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Guests glued to cellphones missing out My husband and I live in a nice home in the desert Southwest with an in-ground pool and guesthouse. Our friends and relatives from back east have an open invitation to visit whenever they please. We enjoyed these visits until recently. The problem is their everDEAR ABBY present compulsion to be connected to an electronic device. We are not yet retired, but in the past we didn’t mind taking a few days off work to spend time with folks who came all the way out here to spend a few days with us. But it seems like nowadays our guests have their noses pointed at a phone or computer most of the time they are here. Is there a pleasant way to ask them to disconnect for a bit while we are enjoying their visit? I want our visitors to have a good time, but I find this behavior especially rude. Almost Done In The Southwest

JEANNE PHILLIPS

It’s possible that your guests don’t realize how much time they’re spending on their computers and cellphones. Explain to your guests that you have given them an open invitation so you can enjoy each other’s company, and you are hurt that they spend so much time on their electronic devices. I am a male who was molested 30 years ago. It has troubled me into adulthood. Recently, my boss informed my crew that a convicted pedophile will be working on a trial basis on our shift. The moment he said it, it started setting off triggers in my head, and I am very angry about it.

When I told my boss about my childhood experience, he acted like he didn’t want to hear it. Do I have any rights in this matter? I really can’t work with a man who has hurt another child like I was. Troubled Victim You absolutely do have rights. You have the right to request a different shift, if that’s possible. If it isn’t, you also have the right to look for another job. If that’s the case, it will be interesting to know how many of the other employees will follow you out the door. A good friend’s wife is currently in hospice care and not expected to live much longer. While I was at Walmart the other day, I passed through the card department and, because I was already there, I figured I would purchase a condolence/sympathy card. When my inner circle discovered I had bought the card before she passed, they criticized me to no end. I thought it was an efficient thing to do. I’m not wrong, am I? Efficient In The Midwest Oh, come on! There was nothing wrong with what you did. Many people buy cards of all types because they think the message is appropriate. You thought of your friend and his wife while you were in the card section, and it is the thought that counts — not the date of purchase. If you made any mistake, it was in letting it be known that you purchased the card in advance. In a situation like this, discretion is key.

Constant UTIs are affecting antibiotic effectiveness I am a paraplegic due to a spinal cord injury back in 1979. I battle one UTI after another, and I am becoming immune to most antibiotics. Why the constant infections? My urologist just ordered a CT TO YOUR scan but seems uninterested GOOD HEALTH in me as a patient. I am sick of being sick. I straight catheterize four times a day usually. It’s getting very hard for them to match the antibiotic to the culture. At times the infections are so bad I get “foggy headed.” These times I am in misery. The last time I went to the ER hoping it wasn’t sepsis. They gave me antibiotics. I can’t keep running to the ER. My copays are too much. Maybe I need a doctor who specializes in working with people who have a spinal cord injury.

DR. KEITH ROACH

Regular drainage of the bladder with a “straight catheter” is the most effective way to reduce the risk of urine infections in a person with a spinal cord injury, but it is not perfect. People may still get bacteria in the bladder. Although it may be worthwhile to review your catheterization technique with an expert, it’s possible to get infections even with perfect technique. You haven’t become immune to antibiotics, but the frequent use of powerful antibiotics will make you colonized with resistant bacteria, so that if you do get an infection, it’s likely to be with a difficult-to-treat organism. The CT scan is a good idea to see whether there

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is an anatomic reason for recurrent (or persistent) infections. I am disappointed to hear your urologist does not seem to be doing his or her best for you. Recurrent infections are dangerous. Becoming foggy headed is a sign of serious systemic infection, and sepsis (a dysfunctional body response to infection) is life-threatening. Some people take antibiotics to prevent infection. Often, these are rotated to reduce resistance. A urologist experienced in spinal cord injury, perhaps in consultation with an infectious disease doctor, would be ideal.

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You recently wrote that you had seen doctors and nurses with “DNR” tattooed on their chests. Were they still on the job, or retired and not in good health? The two health care professionals I recall with these tattoos were young and healthy. Both of them watched many people undergo long, painful, expensive hospital courses that ended in a death without dignity. It was in response to these bad outcomes that they made a request against attempts at cardiopulmonary resuscitation. As I said, I disagree with the tattoo. It is not considered a legal document, and it is worthwhile to make a legally binding document. I recommend www.agingwithdignity.org and www.caringinfo. org as good places to start.

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Horoscope By Stella Wilder Born today, you are one of the most realistic individuals born under your sign, and this allows you to keep your reactions to the world around you to a minimum and focus instead on what you are doing rather than what is happening to you. This is an important distinction, for you would much rather be the kind of person who is proactive than one who is reactive. You are likely to be the envy of many, especially those who find themselves buffeted about by the winds of change on far too frequent a basis. You are quick to say “yes” to all kinds of suggestions, ideas, proposals and propositions, for you are rarely if ever afraid of the possible outcome, and you are always eager to try something new. Indeed, it is in new or uncertain situations that your ability to stay calm yet responsive truly comes in handy. You know how to work with the unknown or unfamiliar with tremendous ease. Also born on this date are: Bob Saget, actor and comedian; Craig Ferguson, comedian and TV host; Sugar Ray Leonard, boxer; Carlos Pena, baseball player; Enya, singer; Bill Paxton, actor; Dennis Hopper, actor and director. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. SATURDAY, MAY 18

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Surprises come to you very quickly today, and you must be ready to navigate some unstable situations that result. A friend stays near. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — You know just what must be done today given the circumstances, but you’ll have to convince someone in charge. Tell it like it is.

CANCER (June 21-July 22) — You aren’t able to lend hands-on assistance to someone in need, but your enthusiasm and encouragement can do much to keep spirits high. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — What you have to offer today may not be highly prized by those who are most in need of it, at least not yet. Be patient; your turn will come. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — You must pay attention to all that is happening around you today. Try to maintain 360-degree awareness of your surroundings. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Travel is in the picture, but you may not know just yet where you’re going to have to go — or when you have to be there. Info is on its way. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — You can expect to receive important news today, but it will be useful to you only if you have prepared for its arrival and for what it means. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Your situation may prevent you from doing something with friends that has been a tradition in the past. Get in touch from afar. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — You can do much more today than you had planned, as long as you pay attention to the signs and signals your mind and body send you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — You may find yourself immersed in a situation that brings many unexpected emotions to the surface. Someone close comes to your aid. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) — You will almost certainly find it easier to do something the old way today than to learn how to do it with more modern tools and techniques. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Just when you thought you were coming to the end of something that has kept you quite busy, something else pops up and demands attention today. COPYRIGHT 2019 UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE, INC.

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SUPER QUIZ

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

Unscramble these Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words.

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Score 1 point for each correct answer on the Freshman Level, 2 points on the Graduate Level and 3 points on the Ph.D. Level.

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Complete the name containing &. (e.g., University: College of William & ____. Answer: Mary.) Freshman level 1. Baking soda products company: Arm & ____. 2. Medical and pharmaceutical company: Johnson & ____. 3. Supplier of data for business: Dun & ____. Graduate level 4. Firearms manufacturer: Smith & ____. 5. Consumer goods corporation: Procter & ____. 6. Children’s TV series: “Thomas & ____.” PH.D. level 7. Video game franchise: Command & ____. 8. Financial services company: Standard & _____. 9. Electronics company: Bang & ____.

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Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.

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Yesterday’s

Jumbles: WAIVE ADAPT MONKEY TRENDY Answer: The fashion model was very flexible and willing to work — ANY-“WEAR”, ANY TIME

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Solution to Thursday’s puzzle

Complete the grid so each row, column and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit, 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku, visit

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SUPER QUIZ ANSWERS 1. Hammer. 2. Johnson. 3. Bradstreet. 4. Wesson. 5. Gamble. 6. Friends. 7. Conquer. 8. Poor’s. 9. Olufsen. 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you?

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THE Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1 Late singer Mama __ 5 Desert transport 10 Matterhorn’s range 14 Bee, to Opie’s pa 15 Dwelling 16 Gather crops 17 Actor Donahue 18 Zealous; ardent 20 Noticed 21 Fling 22 Extend one’s subscription 23 Laziness 25 Neon or nitrogen 26 Grown up 28 __ with; tolerates 31 Decorate 32 “Uncle Miltie” 34 Allow 36 “The __, the merrier” 37 Gem 38 Play the lead role 39 Word attached to chair or pit 40 Stengel or Affleck 41 __ Haute, IN 42 Prose writings 44 Fold mark 45 “A fool and __ money are soon parted” 46 Small weights 47 “__ a Hot Tin Roof” 50 Dial or Dove 51 Inaccurate 54 Truthful 57 Largest South African tribe 58 Primary color 59 Sweet person 60 Burden 61 __ up; arranges 62 Razz 63 Lofty poems DOWN 1 Felines 2 Invisible emanation

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3 Blizzards 4 Pig’s home 5 Author Truman 6 Embarrass 7 Velvety ground cover 8 Koch & Ames 9 Ring of flowers 10 Actor James 11 Slender 12 Liver spread 13 Gush forth 19 Give a speech 21 Having mixed feelings 24 Attract; entice 25 Seabird 26 Family member 27 Worship 28 Hunted animal 29 X-ray alternative 30 Boscs & Bartletts 32 “Porgy and __” 33 Female animal 35 Willow or yew 37 Noisy birds 38 Appear

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40 Actor Sir Michael 41 Pitfall 43 Pushes roughly 44 Baby’s bed 46 Al and his dad 47 Hired vehicles 48 Competent 49 Make much of

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50 Long story 52 Chimney pipe 53 To-do 55 Flying mammal 56 __ of these days; eventually 57 Brooklyn tourist stop

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