R THEM... Belleayre superintendent
Tony Lanza cut the rug again with his annual rendition of "Mustang
Sally" at the Belleayre Snowball, even drawing a Tom Jones
response from this lucky lady, who seemed to have gotten theright
sort of attention for an amorous Valentine-a-coming.
Is The Meeting...
Coalition’s Gripe Session With NYC Gets A Date Despite Major
Phoenicia Times Staff
A vague promise of a meeting between New York City Department
of Environmental Protection officials and the Coalition of Watershed
Towns over the latter’s complaints about a number of minor
details in the city’s handling of Upstate watershed matters
has an actual date attached to it, according to reports this week.
Maverick West Takes Over Benedictine Space Always Kept By Town
By Paul Smart
Healthcare in the area has taken on a new look in recent months.
Starting in November, Randall Rissman and Martin Krakower’s
Maverick Family Health practice, started by Rissman 25 years
ago this summer, opened a new satellite office in Phoenicia,
Maverick West, to handle a growing number of patients along
the Route 28 corridor and from as far north as Margaretville
Onteora Starts Budget Process Carefully As Naming Of New Trustee’s
The theme this season at Onteora, where the board started its
annual budget process on the last two Tuesdays with the first
of a strong of departmental budget presentations on transportation,
cafeteria, long term debt, buildings and maintenance and sports
cost estimates for the 2004-2005 school year, seems to be restraint.
And careful communication of whatever spending necessities need
Route 28 ‘New Woodstock’
By Violet Snow
Longtime Woodstock entrepreneur Russell Roefs returned to
the area from California recently… to open a new deli
at the Phoenicia Plaza on Route 28.
home of Deborah Rysinski and Kimber Krushinski
on Park Road in Chichester was completely destroyed
by a fast-moving fire early Monday morning,
which the county's chief inspector called "probably
electrical in nature." By the time the
M.F.Whitney Hose company arrived just moments
after the first 911 call, the house was fully
engulfed. The couple made it out safely, their
dogs did not. Everything they owned is gone.
& Silent Auction with homemade
desserts to benefit Kimber & Debbie
@ Al's Restaurant in Phoenicia,
on Wednesday, Feb 23 from 5-9 PM
- call for reservations: 688-5880
those who planned to bid at the Parish Hall
auction benefit on Feb 19, please attend the
event at Al's)
donations can be sent to: Keybank, PO
Box 36 Phoenicia, NY 12464 attn. "Benefit
account for Kimber and Debbie."