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MILLERTON — By the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 12, the village of Millerton had been transformed into a walking, living art gallery where local residents and weekend visitors could view artwork on display throughout village streets and businesses as part of the sixth annual Fall for Art festival.

Sponsored and funded by the Millerton Business Alliance, the village-wide art festival ran from 1 to 6 p.m. and was open free of charge to all interested attendees. From paintings and photographs to jewelry, hand-painted signs and more, the festival featured an extensive menagerie of...

Millerton

Town’s storm water could go green in the future

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MILLERTON — On Saturday, Oct. 29, townspeople and green infrastructure professionals gathered at the NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex to discuss current ordinances and future greening plans for Millerton and the Hudson Valley.
Sponsored by the Housatonic Valley Association (HVA), the morning featured lectures by Chasen Companies hydrogeologist Russell Urban-Meade, Cricket Valley Energy associate project manager Matt Martin, green roof and langscape architect Mark Morrison, and Hudson River Watershed Alliance coordinator Barbara Kendall.

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Hearty smiles

Nearly 300 people came out on Sunday, Nov. 6, for the pancake breakfast hosted by the Millerton Fire Department. The money raised from the breakfasts, which take place on the first Sunday of the month through April, help the fire department buy necessary equipment and cover expenses.

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Masquerade ball is a fundraiser and friendraiser for NECC

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On Friday, Oct. 28, roughly 100 costume-clad revelers attended a masquerade ball and silent auction to benefit the North East Community Center (NECC).
“It was so much fun! It was a huge success,” said NECC executive director Jenny Hansell. “People had a blast.”
The party, which took place at the home of Pilar Proffitt and Rob Bristow in Lake-ville, was unlike other NECC events in that its goal was to make people have a good time instead of listening to lectures about the NECC’s projects, said Hansell.

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Yee-hah, it’s Halloween!

Hundreds of people attended the annual Halloween Party and Costume Contest at the Millerton firehouse on Monday, Oct. 31. Early estimates had attendance at well over three times the previous record, likely due to the fact that many other Halloween parties were cancelled due to storm-related power outages.Above, 1-year-old ninja Xzavier Mayville celebrated Halloween with his cowgirl cousin, Jordyn Black.

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Candidate Profiles — North East 2011

Name: David Sherman
Age: 62
Town: North East
Years lived in town: 62
Occupation/background: Retail merchant; electronic products marketing manager; municipal administrator
Marital status, children: Single
Position running for, term length: Town supervisor, two-year term
Political party: Republican
Running on what lines: Democratic; Republican; Friends & Neighbors

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Don’t cross the yellow line

Monday morning following the late October storm brought out the yellow tape. US postal employee Lori McGhee taped off the walkway to the Millerton Post Office due to fallen branches from a tree that was downed by heavy snowfall. There were some estimates that up to 22 inches of snow fell in the higher elevations of the town of North East, compounding the damage left in its wake.

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Confusion regarding candidates’ filing clarified

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NORTH EAST — The political party North East United, which has put forth two candidates this election season, has been charged with not filing its status as a political party before an Oct. 7 deadline. (The two candidates are John Merwin for town supervisor and Dave McGhee for town council.) Instead, the party allegedly registered as a party last week, following a letter to the editor written by town Supervisor Dave Sherman supporter Anne Veteran, which appeared in the Oct. 27 Millerton News.

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North East Candidates 2011

Name: Charles “Chip” Barrett
Age: 56
Town: North East
Years lived in town: 27
Occupation/background: Worked for MCI and AT&T as a Telecommunications Technician/Engineer for 20 years. Military service:  Air National Guard for world-wide duty, Telecommunications specialist six years. Presently owner of Ledgewood Kennel, contractor and farmer.

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Hundreds fall head over heels for art

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MILLERTON — Over two dozen businesses throughout Millerton opened their doors on Saturday, Oct. 22, and Sunday, Oct. 23, to celebrate the third annual Fall for Art festival.
Over 60 artists displayed their paintings, sketches, photographs and sculptures during the town’s largest annual art appreciation fest billed as the “village celebration of creativity.”

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Town Board focuses on cable service

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NORTH EAST – The Town Board dealt with a number of issues at its business meeting on Thursday, Oct. 13. Among them was the need for improved cable service.
According to town Supervisor Dave Sherman, the town should speak with Cablevision, which provides cable service to the municipality, about extending service to North East residents. He said now is the ideal time to do so.

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