Columbia-Greene Local News-August 8

COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTY NEWS 8-8-19

A HANNACROIX MAN FACES FELONY

WEAPONS CHARGES, AFTER HIS ARREST

BY STATE POLICE. 45 YEAR OLD

CLIFFORD HART WAS CHARGED WITH

CRIMINAL PURCHASE OR DISPOSAL OF

A WEAPON AND FALSIFYING BUSINESS

RECORDS. HE WAS GIVEN APPEARANCE

TICKETS FOR COURT.

CATSKILL FIREFIGHTERS WERE CALLED

TO 150 JEFFERSON HEIGHTS YESTERDAY

AFTERNOON, WHEN A CONTRACTOR STRUCK

A NATURAL GAS LINE. FIREMEN

REMAINED ON THE SCENE UNTIL CENTRAL

HUDSON CREWS ARRIVED.

THERE WERE ALSO REPORTED GAS LEAKS

WEDNESDAY AT THE CATSKILL WALMART

AND ON MANSION STREET IN COXSACKIE

FIRE AND RESCUE CREWS WERE CALLED

TO AN ACCIDENT WEDNESDAY MORNING

IN WEST GHENT. THE CRASH WAS

REPORTED AROUND 11:45 ON ROUTE

9H NEAR LOVE APPLE FARM.

A DURHAM MAN IS ACCUSED OF

VIOLATING AN ORDER OF PROTECTION,

WITH ANOTHER PERSON IN TOWN.

44 YEAR OLD JAMES YATES WAS

CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL CONTEMPT BY

STATE POLICE. HE WAS HELD, PENDING

A COURT APPEARANCE.

SIX COLUMBIA COUNTY LIBRARIES

WILL SHARE OVER 430 THOUSAND

DOLLARS IN STATE FUNDS, ANNOUNCED

BY SENATOR DAPHNE JORDAN. THE

CLAVERACK LIBRARY GETS THE

BIGGEST GRANT, AT 302 THOUSAND.

THE OTHER FIVE ARE IN GERMANTOWN,

HUDSON, KINDERHOOK, NORTH CHATHAM,

AND HILLSDALE.

THE ANNUAL SAWYER CHEVROLET FIREWORKS

SHOW IS TONIGHT IN CATSKILL. IT

TAKES PLACE AT DUTCHMAN'S LANDING,

FOLLOWING THE THUNDER RIDGE CONCERT.

CATSKILL POLICE SAY, ONCE PARKING

REACHES CAPACITY AT THE PARK,

THEY WILL CLOSE MAIN STREET TO

TRAFFIC, STARTING AT HENRY STREET.

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