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2022 News Archives

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Hurleyville, NY – It’s time to start planning for the 2022 Holiday Open House at the Sullivan County Cultural Center & Museum in Hurleyville. Hosted by the Sullivan County Historical Society, this year’s Open House will be held on Saturday, December 3, in conjunction with the Holiday In Hurleyville Festival.

The Sullivan County Historical Society invites organizations, businesses,…

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Sullivan County Revolving Loan Fund

Monticello, NY – Sullivan County currently has $600,000 that it’s eager to hand out to local businesses.

“Our Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) has helped many entrepreneurs start or expand their dreams,” notes RLF Manager John Kiefer. “We do not want money sitting in this fund – it’s designed to recirculate in the community, supporting the preservation and growth of agriculture and the…

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All the Lonely People Flyer

Hurleyville, NY – As part of its annual meeting, Sullivan County’s Office for the Aging will present a free local screening of “All the Lonely People,” a social-impact film examining the epidemic of loneliness.

The in-person screening is free and open to the public on Tuesday, November 1 at 2 p.m. at the Hurleyville Performing Arts Center (HPAC), 219 Main Street, Hurleyville. It will…

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Liberty, NY – The Sullivan County Welfare Fraud Task Force has made the following arrests for the second and third quarters of 2022:

  • John Isaacs, 50, of Liberty was arrested and charged with the class A misdemeanors of Insurance Fraud in the 5th degree, Healthcare Fraud in the 5th Degree and Falsifying Business Records in the 2nd Degree. It is alleged that…
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Narcan Campaign Post

Liberty, NY – Sullivan County officials are excited to join 33 other communities across New York, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and Ohio in launching the first communications campaign in support of their participation in the Healing Communities Study.

Running from October 3-December 2, 2022, the campaign is focused on raising awareness of the dangers of illicit fentanyl, a drug that is…

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Heather Brown

Monticello, NY – Sullivan County Deputy Planning Commissioner Heather Brown has been appointed Chair of the Climate Action Committee of the NYS Association of Counties (NYSAC), one of the most influential advocates for the State’s 62 counties.

She replaces former Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, who was just elected Congressman for the 19th District.

“I am honored and…

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HEAP Flyer

Liberty, NY – The 2022-2023 Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) season has kicked off.

“HEAP’s Regular component – offering a one-time payment to help buy fuel to heat a home – begins Tuesday, November 1,” notes Sullivan County Deputy Social Services Commissioner Giselle Steketee. “But the Heating Equipment Repair & Replacement (HERR) and the Heating Equipment Clean & Tune (C…

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Hope Not Handcuffs Flyer

Monticello, NY - District Attorney Meagan K. Galligan announced that her Office, partnering with Hope Not Handcuffs of the Hudson Valley (HNH-HV), has secured $1.3 million in grant funding from the Bureau of Justice Assistance of the United States Department of Justice. The grant is designed to support community and law enforcement collaboration to make treatment available to those…

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Forestburgh Bridge 82

Forestburgh, NY – Sullivan County’s Division of Public Works will conduct a Public Informational Meeting to discuss the proposed replacement of Sullivan County Bridge No. 82 which carries County Route 49 (Oakland Valley Road) over the Neversink River. This project is funded through the BridgeNY program.

The meeting will be held at the Forestburgh Town Hall, 332 King Road, Forestburgh,…

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Liberty, NY – Sullivan County’s Department of Public Health continues to work closely with the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) in response to the detection of poliovirus in wastewater samples.

“The DOH’s wastewater surveillance for evidence of polio is ongoing, and State officials remain in close constant contact with my office,” Public Health Director Nancy McGraw…

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