Al Mohr is the new Code Enforcement/Building Inspector.
Answers to September’s Crossword Puzzle
Mel continues to enlighten us regarding Hydrangeas.
As to the harvest that looms, I speak not of our local cornfields, but of the wild game species that are about to be harvested.
There is a new face at the Library desk s we have hired a new Andes resident to take Gloria Carlson’s place. Come in on Friday’s and say hello to Gloria Carlson.
Jane pleasantly surprised by the book she grabbed from the Take-One-Leave-One shelves in downtown Andes.
Interesting fact: Women who marry between the date of registration and election day will lose their vote.
Andes Fire Department Awards
I knew the sunflower seeds were ripe when the bluejays arrived. And all summer I had heard many gardeners complain about chipmunks.
You would have thought with the revival of most professional sports (even in a spectatorless Covid-adapted manner) that I, as a major fan and sports watcher, would have been thrilled and delighted after so many months of nothing. But nah.
Sept. 14 Planning Board Meeting
ACS opened their doors on September 8.
With the NYC shutdown we have many more visitors in Andes.
Did you know there is a shark right here in Andes on Bussey Hollow Road?…………………………………
Mel discusses two types of Hydrangeas
Early reader Kits put together by various volunteers and other library news.
State and Local Boards of Elections Ask for Poll Workers, as well a a New Absentee Ballot Law signed by Governor Cuomo
Annual Home Harvest Dinner; No Pastor for the Shavertown Presbyterian Church; a bobcat sighting and much more.
An email sent in by one of our readers who will eventually be transitioning to Andes.
Diane experiments with various traps in search of a deterrent to keep pests at bay in her gardent.
William Duke writes about Summer
September Crossword Puzzle and Answer to August’s Puzzle
Gino plays tennis on Andes’ courts, enjoys it, but realizes he doesn’t play like his 25-year-old self did.