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April 28, 2011 22:10:19 Masonville Resident   Bicentenial celebration - July 16
April 28, 2011 22:02:24 Mormon Hollow Farm   As many know we lost yet another member of our community this past week. Our prayers go to the family of Dan Dean who passed away last Saturday after a very short illness. Dan will be greatly missed by my family and by his many friends and relatives.
April 28, 2011 12:57:51 Observer   Bertimouse - I had heart surgery at St Petes in Albany. I had a heart valve replaced and 3 bypass grafts. If your husband is going there he will get great care. We will be in prayer for him and you as you face this together. It is scary and it is worrisome but in the end worth the pain. The very worst part is the first night and the first time they get one up for a walk about 24 hours after surgery.
April 28, 2011 12:54:14 TOM Webmaster   TOM webpage temporarily out of commission. Will soon be up and running.
April 28, 2011 11:20:34 Masonville General Store Masonvillegeneralstore@frontiernet.net Looks like the official town web page is defunct... Anyone know the date of our Bicentennial celebration?
April 27, 2011 23:41:24 bertimouse   My better half has to have asap Heart Surgery in Albany this Friday. I'm beside myself thinking how I'd ever be able to manage...Oh Please God, not again with yet another Loved one & this my most beloved & so soon yet again! Help me to be the strong, calm & quiet one now. My heart aches & I'm so afraid. All of TOM'S prayers would be greatly appreciated now, Thanks as my Faith is pretty low at the moment...I don't know what will happen.
April 27, 2011 20:52:43 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com "Those bears arent that big around here, especially right now. You were probably looking at a 250lb bear." You know, I weigh just a tad under 300lb and always dress in all-black. Are you sure you didn't mistake me for one of those bears?
April 26, 2011 20:57:43 bertimouse   The ice cream shop was open 2 wks. ago Saturday. Happy Spring Yall! :) Time to get our hands into some(argh) dry dirt soon?
April 26, 2011 15:45:11 snowman   Oh yea ice cream sounds good on a day like today or even better Italian ice... lemon for me.
April 26, 2011 07:56:51 CC   May be he was waiting for the ice cream place to open to get inthere and make another mess,like last year. dont think he would seat by church just to see traffic going by,he is not Yogi.
April 26, 2011 02:20:08 Les   There is no poofy fur on a black bear,we ain't talking about a teddy bear.
April 25, 2011 06:46:33 Craftsman   Those bears arent that big around here, especially right now. You were probably looking at a 250lb bear. Strip all that poofy fur off them and theres nothing to em.
April 23, 2011 07:28:26 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com A HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish today to our Town Supervisor Craig DuMond!
April 21, 2011 21:34:18 Observer   Saw the same bear about 7:30 this AM in the field near County Rte 20. He was headed east toward the Hamlet in the field back of my house. I just figured he was headed to the Crescent Wrench Cafe for coffee.
April 21, 2011 16:46:23 masonville resident   Just saw a big black bear in the crosses. rt 8 & 206 it was siting at the slope of the churche's front lawn watching traffic going by . Nick thick black fur. weighinh about 450-500 # atleast. people stopping and taking pics. and even the MV animal was there !
April 21, 2011 12:21:44 Robin Little   The Masonville Evil Bear is on the move I think. He is traveling north on Route 8. The night before last my bird feeders were hit. One knocked over and cleaned out, the suet cake taken from another, and the third set of feeders he took one of the feeders across the road. He sat it by a tree upright and didn't eat any of the seeds, maybe saving it for a snack later. The foot prints he left are huge. It looks like he stepped over the guardrail.
April 21, 2011 08:49:45 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com APRILWETTER, or typical April weather, as it's known in Germany. Sunshine, overcast, rain and snow, all in one day! Was extremely surprised to see what appeared to be a snow squall, looking out my window at about 7:30 this morning. Indeed, but the mild temperatures are keeping anything from sticking; flakes melt as soon as they hit the ground. Spring is really battling to get established. Pretty, colorful flowers are emerging along my driveway, seemingly surprised by the snow!
April 20, 2011 23:06:53 bertimouse   Masonville Resident: Good luck with that & your 500 feet's worth of shooting range away from others. Think that may be either a County or State law.
April 20, 2011 22:53:29 bertimouse   Not only is this Good Friday & Easter weekend coming up, but Friday,April 22nd is also EARTH DAY every year. We'd like to speak about that a bit: Tonight we saw a PBS show called "Power Surge...can Technology save us from Climate Change?" -it was very informative & check it out on pbs.org. They said that 1 New NUKE plant would equal 3,000 Wind Generators, which would also Equal 50 miles of 1 Solar plant; so that some folks will just have to "put up with" those things somewhere. NOT! We here say. -It was VERY INTERESTING to us that they didn't mention ANYTHING about any studies being done ANYWHERE by all these Billionaires about how if enough individual homes installed THEIR OWN wind gennys & solar panels to be 80% INDEPENDENT what the carbon savings would be. Some facts(?): 1 car driven 10K miles per year equals 2 TONS of carbon into the atmosphere for your grandkids to breath. Average U.S. family generates 14 tons of Carbon which combined with the atmosphere goes up as 50 TONS per year. Right now the planet is putting up 9 BILLION TONS per year & by 2020 it'll be back to the measured pre-historic levels. Saudi Arabia is now pumping their carbon pressurized gas into the earth;in order to reduce their carbon emissions, but this program stated that they can physically measure "Earth movement" caused by this. We believe this is causing Earthquakes now DUH & is probably under secret study by our own government as we speak. -It doesn't take a Rocket Scientist to figure out that when you put pressure on one thing; something else has to give. That's basic scientific law. OK Nuff said. Happy Easter Yall.
April 20, 2011 18:57:10 CC   Why is all around Shears Rd ?
April 18, 2011 21:55:49 DCSO   FEET THAT IS
April 18, 2011 21:54:25 dcso   500" of an occupied building
April 18, 2011 16:58:40 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com Sorry about the typo in the last message. That's yards, not years wihin an occupied dwelling.
April 18, 2011 16:55:40 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com As far as I know, there is no anti-gun law in Masonville. You just need to observe the common state laws, like don't shoot across a road or within so many years of an occupied dwelling. I go armed all the time and, on my acreage, often practice rapid weapon deployment and accurate shooting. Many a Slim-Fast can has given its life to that purpose.
April 18, 2011 16:10:03 Masonville Resident   Thanks for clearing that up Observer. My friends come over on weekends (not every weekend) and we do some target shooting in a confined area. It does get noisy at times but everything is at targets only and into a side of the hill towards the back of my property. There are no homes in site providing a stray ricochet finds an errant path. We clean up after ourselves and enjoy a few drinks and BBQ after the shooting is done. I didn't think there was anything wrong with this especially since it's my 2nd amendment right to bear arms. As for the homeless person, we will seek him out and try to provide assistance. Enjoy the fine weather!
April 18, 2011 15:43:10 Observer   Doubt there is any law about discharging a firearm on your own property. The people in back of me every weekend in the summer and fall seem to be holding a war of some kind and I have not seen any law around stopping them. ------ If someone is living in the woods whose business is that? Maybe they want to live that way. More power to them.
April 18, 2011 10:33:36 Masonville Resident   Very well said Bertimouse! Being the good person that I am, I'm going to seek out this individual and offer them some assistance. But I would still like to know if we can shoot guns on our property in a controlled/confined safe manner. Is it against the law up here?
April 18, 2011 00:53:15 bertimouse   What is it about Shear Road that generates so many stories about lions,tigers,bears & now a crazy man, Oh MY! Lord Forgive us that anyone in the TOM should be smoking & drinking in the Woods, Oh MY! To Masonville Concern resident: Maybe a different hobby besides watching what your neighbors do without any action on your part would be Good For You. If this guy Truly "lost everything" & said "the woods were his" like you say he told you; then why the L didn't YOU try & Help Him? [DUH & SHAME ON YOU for being such a coward for your NON-ACTION.] Why do you have to Ask Anyone Here what you've supposedly witnessed with Your Own EYES & EARS? ACTION FROM ALL SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS! This Holy Week Sir; find him if you can & help him or let us help him because Dude; we've ALL LOST allot since 2008. We ALL know how HURT feels; unfortunately some more than others...compassion brother; feel that next time you meet "the crazy man in the woods".
April 17, 2011 09:02:42 Masonville Resident   @ CC - You can't shoot guns in Masonville, NY? Even on your own property in a controlled/contained area? Wow, that's a bummer!
April 15, 2011 12:06:06 Masonville concern resident   Have a any one saw the crazy nut ? hiking in the woods and living in the woods and possibly smoking and drinking ... the last time I saw him he was on shear rd camping about 5' away from the dirt road by the little swamp by RIP richard. ??? he said he lost everything and the woods is his now ????
April 15, 2011 09:00:30 CC   Havent seen him but I know this guy is big,just dont walk around unarmed,have to have a big side arm on you to walk around,just in case.
April 14, 2011 17:31:49 Joe thomas   CC- You better watch out! that bear is fat and hungry. his about more then 500 # lbs. just saw him at the cross roads on shear rd. he was doing a dump right on the road....!
April 14, 2011 12:46:03 CC   Was upthere last wknd,still some snow on ground,crazy neighbor shooting like a nut all kind of guns,saw some bear track,i think it is the Evil Masonville Bear hanging around again.6 1/2 inches wide paws,good size bear aint he?fresh on snow,few hours before,not even 6 hours old
April 11, 2011 23:42:54 bertimouse   Yah & then there\'s the last surprise BIG SNOWSTORM with high winds. Then the high winds with hail & tornadoes & floods to watch out for after that. NAH. We have a feeling here that This Spring Will Be OK with none of that stuff. =Again; just a feeling here. OK Let\'s take bets! ;)
April 11, 2011 14:40:45 snowman   The warm air feels good but I\'m starting to melt. Out of the freezer into the frying pan.
April 11, 2011 00:55:14 RangerDanger   Kind of ruins this nice 80 degree weather that they are calling for with the thunderstorm that is supposedly going to happen.
April 08, 2011 10:59:36 CC   FINALLY !! WEATHER BROKE.
April 05, 2011 16:49:21 CC   PINICS? not till July at the rate of this weather.
April 04, 2011 15:59:35 Masonville resident   time to keep a smile on our faces. We could be having more snow, so rain in not so bad after all. Soon we will be mowing lawns and having picnics! So enjoy each day for what it has to offer.
April 04, 2011 07:51:38 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com Except Spring doesn\'t seem that happy today! Not only is it raining, it is windy enough for me to have gone outside to take down my flag!
April 03, 2011 23:20:58 bertimouse   Oh Stop, nuff said. Yall love to tease us & that's OK with us. Happy Spring! :)
April 03, 2011 17:55:39 nuff said   wow berti, that is the first thing you have ever said that wasnt annoying
April 03, 2011 00:16:27 Les   AMEN
April 02, 2011 19:51:16 bertimouse   The Density of people in society is so thick that we forget how short life is & could end any day. Most of us don't know when that one day will be so tell ALL the Folks you know &Love&Care for that they are Special and Important. That includes the Animals, too! NEVER be too busy to say I LOVE YOU! NEVER be too busy to HUG anyone, eh? NEVER be too busy to help a neighbor or stranger out if they need it. AMEN it maybe the last thing you do on Earth.
April 01, 2011 13:15:54 RCL   Jeri,Thanks for the article; you didn't hurt my feelings. Do you have anymore info about the Bloxham house? or a picture? It is interesting to see how the town has evolved.
March 31, 2011 21:27:57 bertimouse   Wondering: NOPE. A Wake is what TOM basically does every Memorial Day don't you think? TOM needs to Celebrate it's 200th Year of SURVIVAL: Past,Present & Future. We here think that it should be a JUBILEE with Much Good Time Celebration, Good Food & Good Music. OK we hope it's mostly Blue Grass, Country & Blues but that's just us Hoping. :)
March 31, 2011 15:15:19 Wondering   Nothing against a bi-centential but wouldn't a wake be more appropriate with the cemetery as a centerpiece?
March 30, 2011 08:00:31 Mormon Hollow Farm   Did not mean to hurt your feelings Robin. I was only going by the newspaper article which I sent you.
March 30, 2011 07:57:27 Masonville resident forever   as one who has lived here forever, you never trust the roads in the state land until mid may. Mud, snow and whatever, are always the unknown out there.
March 29, 2011 18:54:01 majtom   Does anyone know if Steam mill rd is passable up in the state land ?
March 29, 2011 17:04:34 RCL   Jerri, If you look back at a previous posting. I said that Mr. Banner had told that my house was build with materials from the mill, not the Bloxham House. My floors show spots where it is worn by tools, carts, and machinery.
March 28, 2011 19:56:21 Mormon Hollow Farm   Just saw a newspaper article which stated who tore the buildings down in 1941 to build our (new) school. I found it interesting that 2 of these were torn down by Masonville residents. John Young, the mill and Mr. Banner, the Bloxham house. Since Robin Little was told her home was built at this time, possible from the Bloxam house, since Mr. Banner had told her father. There was another house and a store house.
March 27, 2011 19:06:17 bertimouse   The TOM 200th Anniversary Parade will be on Saturday, July 16th. Only 4 more TOMB Mtgs. till then. First Wednesday of the month is when they're held. Be there or be Square this Spring, eh?
March 26, 2011 11:57:56 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com BTW, speaking of April's meeting: those of you who are interested in the planning and/or participation of Masonville's Bi-Centennial Parade, should come an hour earlier. The Parade Planning Committee will convene at 6:30 at the same venue.
March 26, 2011 07:46:27 Masonville resident   Clean up date will probably be set at the April town meeting, first wed. of month.
March 26, 2011 07:02:35 Sharon Maggio auntcookie1961@yahoo.com When are the town's clean up days this year?
March 26, 2011 02:06:03 bertimouse   AT&T has a great "Safety Video" about TEXT-TING WHILE DRIVING! Check it out - all schools should show this to their students. All local police & fire depts. should sponsor showing this short video. It would save young lives Now!
March 26, 2011 00:30:56 bertimouse   At least our Crocuses are poking up Now. Wish Everyone Else had the Same Optimistic View & Sense of Life Every Year that Our Mother Nature Does. OK, We'll crawl back into our Listening Hole with the Bluegrass & Blues Music again, AMEN.
March 23, 2011 13:19:51 RangerDanger   Gotta love Delaware County. :D
March 23, 2011 08:53:50 Mormon Hollow Farm   Does anyone remember the 6 inches of snow we got on May 12,1973? Now that was depressing, this is just March in Delaware Co., a foot of snow today and 60 and the sun and flowers are out next week. Enjoy, this is why we live here, never a dull moment.
March 23, 2011 07:17:12 CC   Just hate it !! :( ,but Spring is here :)
March 23, 2011 06:00:28 snowman   Whats wrong not happy to see me? . Im back and this time i'll stick around awhile.
March 22, 2011 21:49:55 bertimouse   Oh CC get over it. Buck up just like the Robins have to. One thing that personally ticks us off is folks complaining, complaining, complaining. If it 'aint the weather then it's local politics or whatever. 'Aint there nothing really beautiful nor Thankful nor nothing that you want to Help Someone Local or Otherwise in your life to talk about? OK, Whatever. CC you don't have to answer us. We're depressed enough about nobody giving a rats behind any where's we see. Just everyone picking on everyone else & nobody getting together. Guess we gotta listen to some good time Bluegrass & Blues Music tonight, nuff said & Amen for that.
March 21, 2011 07:39:39 CC   SNOW!!!!! AGAIN? CANT DEAL WITH THIS ANYMORE,SUPPOUSED TO BE SPRING,WHAT HAPPENED TO GLOBAL WARMING? LOL,LOL
March 20, 2011 21:45:14 Les   The bald eagle I spotted many times near the Unadilla fishing access parking lot made the front page of the Oneonta Daily Star a year or two ago.The picture was the same as we kept seeing it.Perched on a branch \'fishing\'.
March 20, 2011 19:38:16 bertimouse   Hi again Mormon Hollow Farm & Les now too! Forgot to say how Cool is was for yall to spot an Eagle. There's a nesting site North of us; but they may have been looking for fish nearer to us because of the Pepacton Reservoir, yes? In any case any sightings should be reported to the DEC Endangered Species Unit whenever you see them: *Adult eagles between April 15 and June 15(this could lead to the discovery of new nesting pairs). *Four or more eagles in one location, especially after 3 pm(this could reveal a significant winter roost site). *Eagles with colored wing tags or leg bands. Endangered Species Unit Contact Information: NYSDEC 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-4754 (518)402-8924 email=fwinfo@gw.dec.state.ny.us. Hope this helps.
March 20, 2011 00:51:49 Les   My sincere condolences Grumpy,and your family.
March 20, 2011 00:15:12 Les   I seen the same bald eagle many times going to Oneonta,perched on a big branch looking for fish.
March 19, 2011 15:52:18 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com Driving past our home today, you may have noticed my flag at half-staff. It was today, in 1945, that my brother and sister were killed by an allied bombing of our apartment house in Hamburg, Germany. My sister was 2½ years, my brother 7 months old. For this reason I was born and raised an only-child.
March 19, 2011 06:14:59 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR. Keidel@gmail.com About a week ago or so, my wife and I saw a bald eagle cruising aloft between Exits 9 and 10. He was low enough to clearly make out his markings. Man, that's a big, beautiful bird. We were suitably impressed. Did I say he was big? Oh yeah!
March 19, 2011 01:19:24 bertimouse   To Mormon Hollow Farm: Sorry forgot to Congratulate you for mentioning about seeing a Bald Eagle. DEC has a website where you can report where you see any Bald Eagle. Just so you know; we checked it out & the DEC Website is mostly concerned about how many Bald Eagles are hanging out together 'cause that means(DUH)a new source of food, because they (think) they already know where the nesting pairs are within Delaware County. Hope this Helps.
March 19, 2011 01:02:07 bertimouse   Grumpy: Chanting and or Howling at the Moon is Optional, Ha ha. The Coyotes do enough of that to bother us & our chickens. Happy Spring to you & yours this weekend. Here\'s to all the little purple flower bulbs trying to pock up out of the ground right now.
March 18, 2011 19:21:04 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com " Above-ground crops are planted during the light of the Moon(new to full);below-ground crops are planted during the dark of the Moon(from the day after it is full to the day before it is new again)." Yes, but do you have to chant or howl at said moon? ;o)
March 17, 2011 21:50:04 bertimouse   CC & JMO: Spread the word for now! Thanks.
March 17, 2011 21:44:28 bertimouse   Hi Mormon Hollow Farm! Hey it aint spring till the Robins are back; usually March 9-11th every year. We predict they\'ll be back by this Sunday in time for the first day of Spring. This Saturday March 19th there will be a full Moon of rare size & beauty,rising in the east at sunset. Its a super "perigee moon" - the biggest in almost 20 years because its the closest the Moon has been to the Earth since then; there is a Scientific study out there that says that 20 days before & 20 days after this moon is when the greatest Earthquakes will happen. Japan had one so far, hopefully thats all there will be. ANYWAY, it will be a BIG Full Moon therefore the BEST time to plant will be Saturday for: [taken from 2011 Farmers Almanac] Above-ground crops are planted during the light of the Moon(new to full);below-ground crops are planted during the dark of the Moon(from the day after it is full to the day before it is new again). Planting is done in the daytime; planting at night is optional! This chart includes the most popular crops. For others, consult your local cooperative extension. Location: Masonville, NY: 50% probability of frost free after May 19 (at DEPOSIT, NY climate station): Crop Dates Start Seeds in the Ground Brussels sprouts Mar 24-Apr 7 Cabbage Mar 24-Apr 7 Cauliflower Mar 24-Apr 7 Celery Mar 24-Apr 7 Hopefully well have a clear night to see how BIG this Moon gets to Welcome Us All for Spring with No More Snow! :)
March 17, 2011 21:41:51 Les   It felt more like summer t shirt weather!My flowers wanted to enjoy the day,and are trying to pop up.How did the maple sap turn out?I didn't get any taps out this year.
March 17, 2011 16:40:03 Mormon Hollow Farm   Has anyone thought about it,spring may be here. The geese are here, flowers are pushing up through the snow, and some of the trees are budding. Of course there is still lots of snow!!! Also saw a bald eagle on Mormon Hollow, that is a first for me.
March 17, 2011 12:27:09 JMO   I think it's a great idea to have the kids in the cummunity design the flag.Turn it fun competition! And I think it should reflect the past,present and future.
March 17, 2011 09:14:45 CC   Just an idea,it got to start some where!
March 16, 2011 19:31:15 bertimouse   Hey CC: check out the history of flags-everything you do has to mean something. It is pretty important, you know? If in fact that TOM has never had a Town Flag then this would be A Big Deal.[the Town Historian should verify but we have already done some research 9 yrs. ago in 3 different local Libraries without finding anything so far but we could be wrong.]We are just saying that with Any First Flag should come respect for History First. Nuff Said from us here for now about that. Yes.
March 16, 2011 19:08:40 bertimouse   Hi Grumpy: Man Your Avuncular Pride is glowing! May Kindness & Geniality always be with you & yours all the days of your lives. Congrats!
March 16, 2011 18:50:33 bertimouse   Hi Lynn: we were thinking about just using the yellow background of the "don't tread on me" flag as a meaningful color which could be interpreted in allot of different ways depending on the designer. Let's Let All the Children of TOM Design It Instead. Now That would be a Really Cool Project! The History of TOM could be incorporated somehow to remind us of our past, present&future, yes? A TOM "community flag committee" could stipulate the rules of the competition for the kids: what color for the background & what other colors they could use: red, blue, white, green; whether there be any lettering or not. Just brainstorming here. For kids & flags worldwide the colors should be kept Minimal so you can focus on the Symbols which[as you've mentioned]are most important. A TOM committee could review & recommend the top 3 out of all the entries[which shouldn't be more than 200 tops, yes?]to vote on at a board mtg. in early May or June. Then by July 16th One Big Flag & allot of little flags(say 200-300?)could be made[yes, by TOM footing the bill with 1/2 donations by local companies]to hand out & surprise everyone with the winner during a ceremony before or after the parade. Award to the child should be $100 bond for their college education. Any Progressive comments out there? This is just our opinion from our humble house. Thanks again for the over 225 words, webmaster! :)
March 16, 2011 07:04:59 Grumpy Ernst Keidel CDR.Keidel@gmail.com Avuncular Pride! This is what I felt last night at the ROTARY INTERNATIONAL dinner honoring twenty two new inductees into the National Honor Society. Yes, my lovely niece Namkyung Kim was one of them! That's on top of her winning the Section IV Mixed Doubles Badminton Championship for Sidney, at the tournament, last weekend. My Avuncular Pride cup runneth over!
March 15, 2011 07:19:19 CC   How about,light blue background,with mountains,a creek and the sun half way up.
March 15, 2011 00:16:38 Lynn   If TOM has a flag, I am sure the info can be found at the library. Pride in a community is great. Flying our own community flag would be great. But Don\'t tread on me? I would like to see something less militant and more friendly. Something I wouldn\'t mind my little grandsons waving at a parade.
March 14, 2011 21:40:08 Craig DuMond   I like the idea of a Town Flag. Please present any ideas / suggestions at an upcoming Board meeting.
March 14, 2011 20:53:38 bertimouse   Hi Craig, We hear you. Does the TOM have an Official Town Flag? No one answered that Q we had about that awhile back-How about Incorporating the "Don't Tread On Me" flag somehow-which is already flying along route 8 now, eh?
March 14, 2011 07:54:11 CC   Try Tom
March 13, 2011 18:01:45 wshbown   does any one know who does gutters in the area thanks and thanks for the info on snow plowing
March 12, 2011 20:44:51 Craig DuMond   Hi, Berti - I appreciate the vote of confidence, however, the Town Board has not taken a raise in 3 years and this is no time to start. Unlike the Albany and Washington politicians, local government officials really get involved for the right reasons. It is a shame to watch the State attempt to abolish Home Rule and eliminate local governments through consolidations and mergers. The larger govt is the more inefficient and less accountable it is. There is a lot to be said for the local official who has to look his constituents in the face in the local community and personally answer phone calls. For the State (with a 9 BILLION dollar deficit) to tell us we are inefficient and costly is a slap in the face to all taxpayers. When is the last time a local government has run in the red? I spend significant amounts of time studying Albany and it makes me sick! They are slowly forcing us to build our own gallows and sadly many of us are drinking the kool-aid. Enough of my rantings, Masonville is in great shape and I am proud to be a part of our community.
March 11, 2011 22:11:53 bertimouse   Hi All. Found another great website: capitaltonight.com. Tells all about the goings on at Albany. Great Site. -Wish the local [free]WBNG TV or FOX channels would report more about what's going on up there. They're both pretty pathetic about that & truly buck with a big S in front. Anyway, we can just imagine what TOM's Super Craig has to do Every Day Just To Keep Up on the Daily Albany State News which Affect All Of Us Here! You Craig Deserve a Raise in Salary for the Hard Work & Accomplishments you've done since you've been in office & we here in our household would support that if it should ever come up to be voted on. BUT!-We took a local poll: no one[including our household]has had a raise in 2 years so why should you get a raise when they don't? -I personally tried to explain that your actions continue to benefit all of of our future; trickle down effect you know? But No Dice Craig. The upper guys are going DOWN & the little guys want UP for 2011, so to speak. And so it goes. T.G. that TOM doesn't have to deal with Tsunami Waves, eh Craig? :) Japan needs our prayers at least.
March 10, 2011 23:25:33 Les   www.eastmasonvilleweather.com also has a webcam that shows current weather in realtime and recorded for the day,on a backroad so you can also see real road conditions in Masonville.It doesn't get any better than that.
March 10, 2011 16:01:04 Kathy Ryan   Another great website for Masonville weather is www.eastmasonvilleweather.com.
March 10, 2011 07:27:17 CC   Thanks for the info.
March 10, 2011 01:12:15 for CC   Correction...wbng.com - very good local weather info
March 10, 2011 00:06:51 bertimouse   LOL Les.
March 09, 2011 23:35:40 bertimouse   Hi CC, officially here we measured 16 inches, but it's melted down to about 12 inches by now & with LOTS OF RAIN potential for floods as always. -A GREAT website to check out is WBNGTV.com for local weather. They've got a Great interactive site for checking whatever streams/rivers you live nearby. Luckily the latest predictions will not be bad even with all the snow melt except near Vestal, up North, etc. The Homeports of Masonville/Sidney area will be OK. -Walton looks dicey as usual but no major worries there. Hope this helps. This website is really cool regarding weather updates.
March 09, 2011 12:44:27 CC   Thanks Kat,was hoping to go up there this wknd and check things out on property,but dont know.
March 09, 2011 12:06:40 Kathy K   CC: Shears Road is plowed (one lane) past the "Maintenance Ends" sign. The snow along the side of the road is about 3 or 4 feet high. I didn't drive up past the "Maintenance Ends" sign (it looks like it could be icy), but it appears to be plowed up to the Ponderosa. The snow might melt with the rain we are supposed to get tomorrow. The snowmobile trail on Zion Hill is still going strong.
March 09, 2011 08:02:07 CC   How bad is up there?
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