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  • published Colchester in Local 2017-12-19 12:50:32 -0500

    Colchester

    Supervisor

    Arthur Merrill (REP)
    14969 St Hwy 30, Po 312
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-4839

    Town Clerk

    Julie B Townsend (REP)
    Po Box 74, 178 Montgomery Ave
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-2487

    Town Justice

    Edward J Derosia III (REP)
    21655 County Hwy 17
    Roscoe, NY 12776
    Phone 607-498-4380

    Town Justice

    Arthur C Edel (REP)
    1560 County Hwy 26
    Hamden, NY 13782
    Phone 607-363-7185

    Member Of Council

    Janet Champlin (REP)
    31 Depot St
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-9705

    Member Of Council

    Gregory Lavorgna (REP)
    1304 Horton Brook Rd
    Roscoe, NY 12776
    Phone 607-498-4381

    Member Of Council

    Julie Markert (REP)
    Po Box Q 1049 Wilson Hollow Rd
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-7610

    Member Of Council

    Mark Mattson (REP)
    71 Knox Ave
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-7426

    Collector

    Antoinette J Vessey (REP)
    Po Box 324, 15021 State Hwy 30
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-7363

    Assessor

    Betty N Watson (REP)
    Po Box P
    293 Knox Ave Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-7358

    Assessor

    Linda Mills (REP)
    Po Box 213 3562 River Rd
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-2401

    Assessor

    Gerald Merrill (DEM)
    27294 State Hwy 206
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-2433

    Supt Of Highways

    Kenneth Eck, Jr (REP)
    117 Tub Mill Rd Po Box 652
    Downsville, NY 13755
    Phone 607-363-3024

  • published Bovina in Local 2017-12-19 12:50:06 -0500

    Bovina

    Supervisor

    Tina B. Molé (REP)
    Po Box 63, 196 Townsend Rd
    Bovina Center, NY 13740
    Phone 607-832-4312

    Town Clerk/Collector

    Catherine Hewitt (REP)
    67 Fisk Road
    Delhi, NY 13753
    Phone 607-832-4415

    Town Justice

    John Way (REP)
    1660 Lee Hollow
    Delhi,, NY 13753
    Phone 607-832-4584

    Member Of Council

    Mark Rossley (REP)
    26516 State Hwy 28
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-3103

    Member Of Council

    Thomas Hilson (REP)
    1851 County Hwy 6, Po Box 56
    Bovina Center, NY 13740
    Phone 607-832-4287

    Member Of Council

    Marni Greenberg (DEM)
    943 Coulter Brook Rd, Po Box 67
    Bovina Center, NY 13740
    Phone 607-832-4278

    Member Of Council

    Evelyn Barnhart (DEM)
    2728 County Hwy 6
    Bovina Center, NY 13740
    Phone 607-832-4418

    Supt Highways

    Edward Weber (DEM)
    648 Weber Rd
    Bovina Center, NY 13740
    Phone 607-832-4767

    Assessor

    D Joe Gifford 2019 (REP)
    2032 Arbor Hill Rd
    Delhi, NY 13753
    Phone 607-746-2885

  • published Andes in Local 2017-12-19 12:49:34 -0500

    Andes

    Supervisor

    Wayland Gladstone (DEM)
    PO Box 188 300 Gambichler Road
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676 3606

    Town Clerk

    Kimberly Tosi (REP)
    7 Main St Apt 2
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-4609

    Town Justice

    Thomas Joyce (DEM)
    1485 Canada Hollow Rd
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-4936

    Town Justice

    Nicolas Burton (REP)
    56 Depot St
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-3911

    Member Of Council

    R Dale Cole (DEM)
    11474 County Hwy 2
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-3421

    Member Of Council

    Ritchie Gabriel (REP)
    29394 State Hwy 28
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-3472

    Member Of Council

    Shayne Moshier (REP)
    4610 Barkaboom Rd
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-586-3397

    Member Of Council

    Thomas Hall (DEM)
    2019 Council 298 Spadafora Rd
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-4576

    Collector

    Margaret Moshier (REP)
    4612 Barkaboom Road
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-586-3361

    Assessor

    Tina Moshier (REP)
    4612 Barkaboom Road
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-586-3397

    Supt Of Highways

    John Bouton (REP)
    2186 Gladstone Hollow Rd
    Andes, NY 13731
    Phone 845-676-4529

  • published Local in Who's Who? 2018-01-10 16:13:31 -0500

    Local

    Justice of the Supreme Court

    Jeffrey A. Tait (REP)

    County Sheriff

    Craig S. Dumond (Acting) (REP)
    280 Phoebe Lane, Suite 1
    Delhi, NY 13753
    Phone – 607-746-3871 Delhi, NY 13753
    Phone – 607-201-3220 (cell)
    Email – craig.dumond@co.delaware.ny.us

    County Clerk

    Debra A. Goodrich (Acting) (REP)
    3 Courthouse Square, PO Box 426
    Phone – 607 - 832-5700 Delhi, NY 13753
    Phone – 607 - 832-6046 (fax)
    Email – deb.goodrich@co.delaware.ny.us

    County Treasurer

    Beverly J. Shields (REP)
    111 Main St., PO Box 431, Suite 3
    Delhi, NY 13753
    Phone – 607 - 832-5070
    Phone – 607 - 832-6013 (fax)
    Email –  beverly.shields@co.delaware.ny.us

  • published Voter Turnout in News 2017-12-12 14:03:53 -0500

    Voter Turnout

    Voter Turnout 2017
    Posted by · December 12, 2017 2:02 PM · 2 reactions

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  • Blair Horner: The Fight Over The Constitutional Convention Heats Up

    Blair Horner: The Fight Over The Constitutional Convention Heats Up

      JUL 24, 2017

    New Yorkers have a big decision to make in three and a half months: A decision whether to overhaul their state constitution. That document requires that every 20 years voters get an opportunity to decide whether they want to rewrite the state’s foundational document. This November, voters will get that vote.

    Having such a provision is unusual, but not rare in America. Fourteen other states have similar mechanisms in place to periodically ask voters about convening a convention.

    Not surprisingly, since it only occurs once every 20 years, the vast majority of New Yorkers don’t know about the vote. In a recent poll, fully two thirds of New Yorkers were unaware of the upcoming vote to revamp New York’s state constitution.

    The decision on whether to convene a convention will likely turn on two questions: (1) How New Yorkers feel about the state of their state; and (2) How concerned they are about provisions of the current constitution that could be put at risk if a convention is convened. If voters are more unhappy with the direction of New York than they are worried about jeopardizing popular constitutional provisions that exist, then they’ll vote yes.

    The process for convening a constitutional convention contains four basic steps:

    1. New Yorkers vote on whether they want to convene a convention. That will happen this November. If voters choose no, then the process ends. If voters approve the convention, then …
    2. New Yorkers choose delegates to the convention at the November 2018 election. The constitution says that voters will choose three delegates for each of the state’s 63 senate districts and then vote on 15 statewide fora total of 204 delegates.
    3. Those delegates will convene the convention in the following Spring. The delegates can make whatever changes they want to the constitution, there are no restrictions.
    4. Finally, the changes drafted by the delegates goes to the voters for final approval.

    This vote is a contentious one, with organizations lining up to battle over the pros and cons. Under New York law, politicians and interest groups that raise or spend campaign donations must periodically report their activities. Last week, New Yorkers got a peek into the efforts to influence the upcoming question to be put to voters on whether they want to convene a state constitutional convention.

    The campaign filings last week showed just how intense the upcoming debate will be. A coalition of groups urging a “no” vote on the constitutional convention, which they call “New Yorkers Against Corruption,” disclosed that it had raised $635,000 so far. Much of that was raised from unions: $50,000 from the teachers’ union and $250,000 from a health-care union.

    The strange-bedfellow coalition includes Planned Parenthood, the United Federation of Teachers, the Rifle and Pistol Association, the Conservative Party, and many environmental organizations. It’s not just advocacy groups weighing in: In addition, the majority party leaders of the Senate and Assembly have urged opposition. The Senate Democratic minority leader is opposed, and the governor has expressed concerns.

    A competing odd couple coalition which calls itself the Committee for a Constitutional Convention, is urging a “yes” vote and has raised $67,000, mostly from individual donors giving small amounts. In addition, a donor to many liberal causes, Bill Samuels, has spent more than $100,000 to support a “yes” vote. Lastly, the leader of the Republican Assembly minority has urged support for the convention.

    Supporters argue that Albany’s a mess – corrupt, operating in secret, costing too much and that the state’s basic document is old, anachronistic, and contains provisions that are now considered unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution. Opponents argue that the current state constitution includes provisions that protect the Adirondack Park, require a sound, basic education for children, require that the poor are protected, and guarantee the pensions of public employees.

    At New York’s last referendum for a constitutional convention, in 1997, the issue was voted down. Voters were unwilling to accept the risks.

    As the battle over convening a convention heats up, with corruption trails upcoming and with a wobbly administration in Washington, we’ll see if New Yorkers have changed their minds.

    Blair Horner is executive director of the New York Public Interest Research Group.

    The views expressed by commentators are solely those of the authors.They do not necessarily reflect the views of this station or its management.

    Full page at http://wamc.org/post/blair-horner-fight-over-constitutional-convention-heats

  • published Debating a NY Constitutional Convention in News 2017-08-28 12:36:10 -0400

    Debating a NY Constitutional Convention

    From http://www.fios1news.com

    Debating a NY Constitutional Convention

    Question of whether to hold convention to amend State Constitution will be on the ballot this November