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Monthly Archives: August, 2012

Essay by Sean Lennon re: Fracking near his Home

From the NYT 8/27/2012 OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR Destroying Precious Land for Gas By SEAN LENNON Published: August 27, 2012 ON the northern tip of Delaware County, N.Y., where the Catskill Mountains curl up into little kitten hills, and Ouleout Creek slithers north into the Susquehanna River, there is a farm my parents bought before I was …

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Special Town Board Meeting Aug 23, 2012

I did not attend this meeting, although it was referred to in the previous meeting on Monday the 20th. It was convened to award the bids received for the roof repair. Fortunately, I have the Draft Minutes to send to you. See below Preliminary Draft minutes of August 23, 2012 Special Germantown Town Board Meeting, …

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MY Notes on the Town Board Meeting Aug 20, 2012

The meeting was called to order at 7 PM by Austin Sullivan, acting as Deputy Supervisor in Roy Brown’s absence. Attending were Mike Mortenson, Don Westmore, Joel Craig and Joan Snyder. The Town Clerk, Charlene Diehl, was there, as well as the Town Attorney, Tal Rappleyea. The Minutes of the previous meeting were approved. The …

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Kay’s Blog: Six Reasons the Voucher System will not work as well as Traditional Medicare

Kay’s Blog: Six Reasons the Voucher System will not work as well as Traditional Medicare.

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Kay’s Blog: Six Reasons the Voucher System will not work as well as Traditional Medicare

Six Reasons the Voucher System will not work as well as Traditional Medicare Can you take the time to read a 2&1/2 page summary of facts that will arm you in discussions about Medicare’s future? Below is a very good piece from John Cassidy, in the New Yorker of 8/17/2012, of opinions of an expert …

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