catskill watershed corporation

By Lissa Harris on Tuesday, Apr. 10, 2012 - 9:57 am
Two programs that have been helping with the local effort to rebuild and restore the region after the Irene and Lee floods announced application deadlines this week. A $2.5 million program for funding debris removal from streams in the New York City... Read more
By Julia Reischel on Thursday, Mar. 22, 2012 - 9:45 am
Above: Carl Chipman, supervisor of the town of Rochester, and Art Snyder, the director of Ulster County Emergency Management, displaying a map of Rochester Chipman used during Irene to coordinate emergency response at the disaster officials workship this... Read more
By Lissa Harris on Monday, Sep. 12, 2011 - 10:41 am
The Catskill Watershed Corporation will hold a special meeting at their office, at 905 Main Street, Margaretville, at 10am on Tuesday, September 13. The topic: Potential assistance programs for flood victims in New York City's Catskill-Delaware watershed... Read more
By Lissa Harris on Monday, Mar. 14, 2011 - 7:43 pm
When a predicted flood last week didn't reach Biblical proportions, Phoenicia residents breathed a sigh of relief. The tiny hamlet in Shandaken has borne the brunt of much of the region's flood damage over the fall and winter, with back-to-back floods in... Read more
By Julia Reischel on Monday, Mar. 14, 2011 - 9:00 am
For years now, the Greene County town of Lexington has had an uncomfortable offer on the table from the New York City Department of Environmental Protection: Build a wastewater treatment plant with city money, or don't and face the consequences.. The town... Read more
By Julia Reischel on Monday, Jan. 31, 2011 - 3:37 pm
The town of Hamden in Delaware County will soon see a local landmark made new: The Hamden Inn, which has been bought by the nearby Lucky Dog Farm Store and Cafe, will open as a restaurant and bar this spring. Longer-term plans are in the works to re-open... Read more
By Lissa Harris on Monday, Jun. 14, 2010 - 11:26 pm
Stymied by conflicting state laws on drug disposal, hospitals and nursing homes in the New York City watershed are stockpiling a growing stash of narcotics that they have no legal way to get rid of. In January, an investigation by Attorney General Andrew... Read more
By Julia Reischel on Thursday, Jun. 10, 2010 - 4:04 pm
In May, students hailing from Manhattan Comprehensive Day and Night HS trucked up to Greene County to plant trees along the once-degraded Batavia Kill with kids from Jefferson Central and Gilboa-Conesville Schools. Our columnist Aaron Bennett was there... Read more
By Lissa Harris on Friday, May. 7, 2010 - 8:29 pm
The Catskill Watershed Corporation just launched a new website that will, according to their press release, "promote the Catskill region as a place to visit, relocate and do business," "provide a "geographic, demographic and cultural overview of the... Read more


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