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State Fair will reopen for 2021

State Fair will
reopen for 2021

 

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday, April 26, that the New York State Fair will take place in 2021, after being canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

Tickets will be sold for each of the outdoor areas, so families can decide which areas they want to visit and plan their day accordingly. To ensure capacity limits and social distancing, attendance at concerts and other live performances will be limited.

The New York State Fair, which is held in Syracuse, will take place from Friday, Aug. 20 through Monday, Sept. 6.

Cuomo Cites Fracking Ban, $700M For Environment

NEW YORK STATE’S 2020-21 BUDGET

Cuomo Cites Fracking Ban,

$700M For ‘Mother Nature’

Andrew Cuomo is serving his third term as New York State’s governor.

ALBANY – Governor Cuomo called the state’s 2020-21 budget, passed at 3 a.m. yesterday, “extraordinary,” according to the press statement from his office.

“I understand we’re all consumed with the coronavirus situation but we have to be able to walk and chew gum,” the governor said after the passage, adding “the budget was difficult because the state has no money, … and we came up with a somewhat novel budget that actually is calibrated to future revenues or losses. … When we see how much revenue the state makes, how fast the economy comes back, what the expenses are, we’ll calibrate accordingly.”

Here are the highlights issued by the Governor’s Office:

 

THIS WEEK — February 18, 2021

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Feb. 18, 2021

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

The 2021 Cooperstown Winter Carnival kicked off Tuesday, Feb. 16, as the O’Brien family of Hartwick – mom Beth and her six children – found the Carnival Medallion behind a bench in the village’s Badger Park. Helping their mom (dad Rob, the county 911 coordinator, was at work), were front row, from left, Bobby, 3, Connor, 7 months, Noah, 6; back row, from left, are Hannah, 8, Hunter, 6, and Lucas, 6. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

TV-Only Induction ’21 Met With Acceptance

County Still Awaits Vaccine

Bassett Recruits Seward As Liason With Albany

Treasure Hunter Claims $10K Prize

AllOTSEGO.life

The Wisdom Of Sam Nader

Baseball, Politics, Community Defined His Contribution

EDITORIAL

America IS Great

With Seward, Bassett Reclaims Some Of County’s Ebbing Clout

LETTERS

NORTHRUP: Impeachment Burnished At Least One Politician

WELCH: Is ‘Stop The Steal’ Just A Beginning

DUNCAN: Trenches Along Roadways Still Dangerous To Drivers

HANSE: Underunding Led To Nursing-Home Crisis

STERNBERG: Vaccine? Terrific. But What About Treatment

History Columns

Bound Volumes: February 18, 2021

Hometown History: February 18, 2021

OBITUARIES

Thomas D. Parrotti

Dorothy St. John

Rivkah Feldman

Francesco Basile



THIS WEEK — February 25, 2021
This Week — April 29, 2021
THIS WEEK — February 11, 2021

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Feb. 11, 2021

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Pastor Paul Messner, Oneonta, who ministers to all four of the county’s Lutheran parishes, has attended the last 13 presidential inaugurations, from Richard Nixon’s (1973), upper left, to Joe Biden’s (2021), lower right. The first one was happenstance, but then the grip of one of the nation’s foremost ceremonies took hold. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

COVID RIPS FOX

Tops, Price Chopper Set For Merger

Trump 2020 Billboard Going In April

Amy Schumer Flies With Local Wings

EDITORIAL

Local Governments Should Tend Our Roads, Not Our Minds

County Board Split On How To React To Capitol Attack

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

LETTERS

MOYNIHAN: To Explain COVID-19, It’s Back To The Future

DUNCAN: Let’s Try A Little Tenderness

BERKSON: The Jumping Chicken Of Otsego County

History Columns

Bound Volumes: February 11, 2021

Hometown History: February 11, 2021

AllOTSEGO.life

From Nixon To Biden, Pastor Hasn’t Missed One

Can You Help?

OBITUARIES

Clara F. Waring

Shirley U. Banner



THIS WEEK — April 15, 2021
THIS WEEK — April 1, 2021
Baseball Hall Of Fame President: 2021 Induction Still ‘The One’

The One’s Still The One – Later

Jeter’s Celebration

Lives, Only In 2021,

Hall President Says

By LIBBY CUDMORE • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

Tim Mead

COOPERSTOWN – Just because Derek Jeter’s induction has been postponed for a year doesn’t mean that we’ve missed out on the big one.

“His induction will still be the one,” said Tim Mead, president, Baseball Hall of Fame. “Instead of focusing on it for five years, we’ll have to focus for six. But it will still be a celebratory event, and we’ll all be glad to have it back.”

Fenimore Moves 3 Major Exhibits To 2021
Glimmerglobe Theatre Also Postponed

Fenimore Moves 3

Major Exhibits To 2021

The planned exhibit of Keith Haring works at the Fenimore Art Museum has been postponed until 2021.

COOPERSTOWN – Exhibits of Keith Haring and Ansel Adams artworks have been postponed until 2021, according to a release from the Fenimore Art Museum.

“Keith Haring: Radiant Vision,” “Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams” and “The World of Jan Brett” were all postponed, as were the Glimmerglobe Theatre’s productions of “The Tempest: and “A Moon for the Misbegotten.”

“These exhibitions represented the core of our 2020 season,” said the Fenimore. “They are now expected to draw large numbers to the area next spring and summer.”

Delgado Bill Extends Business Debt Relief Until February 2021

Delgado Bill Extends

Business Debt Relief

Until February 2021

Congressman Delgado

U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado, D-19, yesterday joined U.S. Sens. Chris Coons and Ben Cardin, Democrats from Delaware and Maryland respectively, in introducing the Small Business Debt Relief Extension Act to extend debt relief due to expire at the end of the month through next February.

Hundreds of thousands of organizations nationwide have taken advantage of debt reliefs in his Small Business Repayment Relief Act that was part of the CARES Act, Delgado said.

“Still, it is clear from my conversations with owners and employees across NY-19 that folks need more support,” he said.  The new bill allows “more entrepreneurs to access relief and further extending qualified loan payments for businesses hardest-hit.”

Community Foundation: Apply For 2021 Grants 

Community Foundation:

Apply For 2021 Grants 

COOPERSTOWN – Our COVID Fund has now secured $220,000 to address many needs arising out of the pandemic. We issued 25 awards to date and have about $40,000 remaining to distribute.

Next Up is our plan for 2021. Our board has authorized allocation of $200,000 to the 2021 Awards Round. “We need community input on how to focus our investing these funds,” said Harry Levine, foundation board president.

Twenty-five non-profits have received funding so far, beginning with a $5,000 grant on May 5 to Helios Care, the successor to Catskill Area Hospice, for PPE equipment.

“COVID awards used funds to address issues ranging from rewarding first line health professionals with gift cards to buy food from local restaurants to extending working capital grants (not loans) to small businesses to help them get back on their feet after shuttering this spring,” Levine said.

“…Over 300 donors supported this Fund demonstrating the we live in a caring community.”

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THIS WEEK — February 4, 2021
Dreams Park Seeks OK For 2021 Opening

Dreams Park Seeks

OK For 2021 Opening

With Tests, Reduced Capacity, NY State Asked For Go-Ahead

Cooperstown Dreams Park will be submitting plans to the state Department of Health to allow it to field a 2021 youth-baseball season at its Hartwick Seminary campus this summer, it announced today.

The plan asks the DOH to take “into consideration camp testing and reduced capacity,” according to the statement from Attorney Garo Gozigian, the company’s local lawyer.

Dreams Park said it is awaiting “clarification and direction from DOH and Governor Cuomo.

For the 2021 season, the park would be closed to the general public.

“Our plan will require that all camp participants and registered family members provide proof of negative testing or inoculation in accordance with New York State guidelines,” the statement said.

The statement said “the plan to expand the season at reduced capacity is in the best interest, safety, health and wellbeing of Cooperstown and the surrounding community.”

GLIMMERGLASS PLANS TO OPEN IN SUMMER 2021

GLIMMERGLASS

PLANS TO OPEN

IN SUMMER 2021

4 Outdoor Operas Offered

This is an artist’s rendering of The Andrew J. Martin-Weber Lawn Stage, the centerpiece of this summer’s Glimmerglass Festival offerings.

COOPERSTOWN – Opera will be back on Otsego Lake’s shores this summer.

The Glimmerglass Festival announced today it will build an outdoor stage on the festival grounds, where it will present four operas.

The 2021 season will run July 15 through Aug. 17 with performances of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” Verdi’s “Il Trovatore,” Offenbach’s “Songbird” (La Périchole), and the world premiere of “The Passion of Mary Cardwell Dawson,” a new play with music about the founder of the National Negro Opera Company.

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