“The Upper Delaware” Spring 2019 Newsletter Available On-line and by Mail
NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) announces the release of the Spring 2019 issue of its newsletter, “The Upper Delaware.”
Featured articles include: “UDC Makes Case for State Funding”; “Congressman Matt Cartwright to Deliver Keynote Address at April 28 UDC Awards”; “Delaware River Basin Restoration Gets $6 Million Boost”; “2019 Grants Announced for Municipalities and Clean-ups”; “NYC DEP to Build $34 Million New Hydroelectric Plant”, “New Report Traces Roots of Prosperity in Upper Delaware”; “Give Opossums a ‘Brake”!”; “Save August 4 for the UDC Family Raft Trip”; and more.
The newsletter about the environment and people of the Upper Delaware River Valley in New York and Pennsylvania has been published free of charge by the UDC since 1988.
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Free print copies and mail subscriptions are available by contacting the UDC at P.O. Box 192, 211 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY 12764; phone (845) 252-3022; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. is the not-for-profit organization which works in partnership with the National Park Service to oversee implementation of the River Management Plan for the Upper Delaware National Scenic and Recreational River. Its members are 13 New York towns and Pennsylvania townships which border on the river, as well as the two states, and the Delaware River Basin Commission.
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Caption: A delegation from the Upper Delaware Council met with Pennsylvania State Representatives Jonathan Fritz (at head of table, center), Michael T. Peifer (to his right), and District Representative to Senator Lisa Baker, Andrew Seder (to his left), on Feb. 8 in Honesdale to discuss Commonwealth funding for the organization. Clockwise around the table are Steve Adams, Damascus Township; Al Henry, Berlin Township; UDC PA Representative Tim Dugan; Chairperson Harold G. Roeder, Jr (back to camera); and Aaron Robinson, Shohola Township.