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Adam Pierce, 45, Oneonta Native; Retired Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant

IN MEMORIAM

Adam Pierce, 45, Oneonta Native;

Retired Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant

Adam Pierce

ONEONTA – Adam L. Pierce, 45, a retired lieutenant in the Otsego County Sheriff’s Department, passed away on April 4, 2020, while a patient at University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital.   He fiercely battled his newly diagnosed liver damage, caused by non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, for three months.

Adam was born in Oneonta on July 18, 1974, and lived in Oneonta all of his life.   Adam attended Valleyview Elementary School, Oneonta Junior High School and graduated as a member of the Class of 1992 from Oneonta High School.  He fondly recalled being a member of the football team, the wrestling team and throwing shotput and discus for the Track and Field team.

Mayor, Council Member, Police Chief Set Record Straight On Flag

Mayor, Chief, Deputy Mayor

Aim To Calm ‘Blue Line’ Furor

By LIBBY CUDMORE • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

The online furor began when Chief Brenner furled the “Thin Blue Line” flag after it was discussed in a Common Council committee.

ONEONTA – The removal of a “Thin Blue Line” flag from the pole in front of the Public Safety Building has caused a local social media uproar, and the mayor, police chief and deputy mayor issued a joint statement tonight seeking to calm the discussion.

The men are in agreement on the issue, the statement said.

“Locally, we have enough problems to solve without creating ones that do not exist,” said Mayor Gary Herzig. “Many of the recent accusations, spreading through social media and email, have been both painful and false. We want to set the record straight.”

The controversy started during a meeting of the city’s Legislative Committee last week.  Deputy Mayor Dave Rissberger, Third Ward, brought up the flagpole in front of the Public Safety Building, which had flown the “Thin Blue Line” flag since the summer.

No Phone, No Internet Stymies So. Worcester Couple

No Phone, No Internet
Stymies So. Worcester Couple

By MICHAEL FORSTER ROTHBART • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

As Margaret Wolff waited during the recommended 15-minute observation period following her inoculation Saturday afternoon, Jan. 30, Rita Tetenes was at her home here.

Leo Tetenes serenades wife Rita with Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata.” (Michael Forster Rothbart/AllOTSEGO.com)

Tetenes was not one of the lucky ones.

Although she and her husband Leo are in their 80s, they still live independently in a far, hilly corner of Otsego County. Schoharie County begins across the narrow valley from their home, and the Delaware county line is at the bottom of the hill.

“We have no computer at our home. We don’t have cell service. You need a satellite phone to make calls out here,” Tetenes said during a call from her house.

She has not used email since she retired four years ago, and does not know if her old flip phone can send text messages.

“I’m going to do whatever it takes, but it has to be via the phone. I heard about the clinic at Clark but I called and all the spots were already taken. We didn’t even have a chance,” she said.

“Every place that we’ve called, whoever we spoke to, they’ve all been extremely nice, but if they can’t help us, they give us another phone number,” Tetenes said. The bottom line is that “no one can help, at this point.”

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: Celebrate Otsego County Business 11-12-20
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Celebrate Otsego County Business

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ENTREPRENEURIAL AWARDS – 4:30 p.m. Hop online to celebrate local businesses for their innovation, entrepreneurship, & resilience in the face of a global pandemic. Features videos by winners Theresa’s Emporium & Pathfinder Produce. Other winners include Custom Electronics receiving award the NBT Bank Distinguished Business of the Year, and NY State Senator James Seward receiving A. Bettiol, Jr., Distinguished Citizen Award. This years theme is #togetherwethrive. Register to participate on Zoom. Presented by Otsego County Chamber of Commerce. Visit otsegocc.com for info.

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HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: Discuss Conservation With Audubon Society 04-24-21
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, APRIL 24

Discuss Conservation

With Audubon Society

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AUDUBON SOCIETY – 10 a.m. – Noon. Get your questions in Q&A session with the Delaware-Otsego Audubon society board members. Topics on everything from the society in general to birding to effects of lead ammunition. Presented as part of OCCA’s online Earth Festival. 607-547-4488 or visit occainfo.org/earth-festival/

Springfield to stage ‘drive-by parade’ for Fourth of July

Springfield to stage
‘drive-by parade’
for Fourth of July

STAFF REPORT • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

SPRINGFIELD – The annual Fourth of July Parade in Springfield Center will not be taking place this year in the usual form, but the parade committee announced Monday, May 24, that all individuals, families and groups in the town of Springfield are invited to participate in a Fourth of July “Drive-By Parade.”

The dates for the drive-by parade are Thursday, July 1, through Monday, July 5.

Judging will take place on Saturday, July 3.

The theme for this year’s celebration is “Essential America.”

According to a media release from the parade committee: “Decorate your home, porch, yard or place of business for Independence Day. Take the opportunity to say thanks to essential workers, show us what you think is most essential about America, or just have fun!”

Parade maps will be available online and also at the Convenience Corner store at the intersection of Route 20 and state Route 80 in Springfield Center. Names and descriptions of entries will be included with the map.

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Ongoing Events

VOICES OF THE PANDEMIC – Listen to a series of interviews from local residents, politicians, educators, doctors, non-profits, and many more about the COVID-19 Pandemic. The collection was completed in June, 2021 and is available to the public for free on the GOHS website. Visit oneontahistory.org to listen.

ONEONTA FARMERS MARKET – 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Saturdays. Market runs indoors at Main St. Garage Walkway during winter, outdoors on Muller Plaza during summer. For the health of the community, patrons are asked to limit hand-to-hand contact, frequently wash/sanitize hands. Customers can also reach out to vendors for pre-order & market pick-up. Atrium, Foothills Performing Arts Center, Oneonta. Info, www.oneontafarmersmarket.com

COOPERSTOWN FARMERS MARKET – Saturdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Open, requesting all patrons wash their hands before entering, only one person per household should shop, do not touch produce or goods yourself, allow vendors to bag the items for you, pay by credit card if possible or exact change if not, no seating available. maintain social distance of 6 feet, and if you are sick then stay home. 101 Main St., Pioneer Alley, Cooperstown. Rain or shine. Info, www.facebook.com/CooperstownFarmersMarket/

GARDEN SHOW – Online. Virtual horticulture and Photography show titled “Garden Interludes.” Visit https://www.lakeandvalleygc.org/virtual-show-fall-2020 to view.

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS — 8-9 a.m. Tuesdays. Join local officials and others in the community to talk about local issues at The Green Earth, 4 Market Street, Oneonta.

ONEONTA HISTORY CENTER — Rotating public exhibits on local history. Free. Oneonta History Center, 183 Main St. (at Dietz St.), Oneonta. Hours, info, www.oneontahistory.org or (607) 432-0960

EDMESTON MUSEUM — 9 a.m. – Noon. Every Saturday. View permanent displays of rural upstate NY and rotating “pop-up” exhibits on specific topics on rural living. 1 North St., Edmeston. Visit www.facebook.com/pages/category/Community-Museum/Edmeston-Museum-219562458817938/

ROSEBOOM SHOW – Online Photography Exhibit featuring look back at 3 photo installations held at the Roseboom Historical Association. May The Circle Be Unbroken 1998, Sacred Spaces in Everyday LIfe 2000, Heart of the Country 2002. Visit www.facebook.com/theroseboomshows/ to view.

ART GALLERY – Stop by to view art works by local artists. Currently on view ‘The Sibling Show’ by Julien, Sophie, & Ginger Miller. Free, be sure to call ahead. The Art Garage, 689 Beaver Meadow Rd., Cooperstown. 607-547-5327 or visit www.facebook.com/TheArtGarageCooperstown/

FOOD PANTRY – The Daily Bread Food Pantry is open for walk-ins. Saturdays 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and Tuesdays 9 a.m. – Noon. The Community Center, 2 Genesee St., Cherry Valley.

 

Wednesday,

October 27
NUTRITION – 11:30 a.m. Seniors are invited for 1-hour nutrition class where instructor will teach the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of healthy eating. Will include time to cook up a sample recipe to share. Free, fun, interactive, and supportive. Registration required. Springfield Library, 129 Co. Rd. 29A, Springfield. 315-858-5802 or visit libraries.4cls.org/springfield/
TRAP SHOOT – 1 & 6 p.m. Bring out your shotgun and shells for fun afternoon and evening trapshoot. (Weather permitting). Cost, $1/round. Please follow all firearm regulations. Crumhorn Rod & Gun Club, 574 Crumhorn Lake Rd., Maryland. 607-638-9379 or visit www.facebook.com/crumhornrodandgunclub/
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS – 6 p.m. Join the Young Professionals Network for an interest meeting. Learn what they do, how you can participate, more. Pre-registration required. Visit www.facebook.com/TheOtsegoCountyChamber/
TRUNK OR TREAT – 6 – 8 p.m. Decorate the trunk of your car and get ready to hand out candy for the kids. Parents, bring the kids to collect candy and enjoy the decorated car trunks at the parking lot of The Oneonta Boys and Girls Club, 70 River St., Oneonta. 607-432-1133 or visit www.facebook.com/OneontaBoysAndGirlsClub/
AUDITIONS – 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Women aged 20s – 60s are invited to audition for comedy play ‘Always A Bridesmaid’ about the wedding day tests and triumphs of the brides 4 friends-for-life. Produced by Out of the Woodwork Players. Show to be performed March 18, 19, & 20. Bainbridge Town Hall Theater, 15 N. Main St., Banbridge. 607-563-2582 or visit www.facebook.com/OWPTheatre/
ART IN THE DARK – 6:30 & 7:30 p.m. Tour museums galleries of folk & fine art by Lantern Light with guides. Learn some of the mysterious, melancholy, untold stories behind the pieces & discover secrets with ultra-violet light. Limited to 10/tour. Cost, $15/non-member. Masks, pre-registration required. Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1400 or visit www.fenimoreartmuseum.org

 

Thursday,

October 28
SENIOR LUNCH – Noon. The Otsego County Office for the Aging invites residents aged 60+ for a delicious lunch of shepherds pie, salad, and brownie. Must call 24+ hours in advance. Suggested donation $3.50. Milford United Methodist Church, 113 N. Main St., Milford. 607-547-6454 or visit www.facebook.com/otsegocountyOFA/
HORROR IN THE MUSEUM – 6 – 8 p.m. The public is invited for fun evening of spooky readings and performances by Hartwick students, faculty and staff. Free, open to the public, refreshments will be available. All participants must wear masks and be vaccinated. Yager Museum of Art and Culture, Hartwick College, Oneonta. 607-431-4480 or visit www.facebook.com/yagermuseum/
ART IN THE DARK – 6:30 & 7:30 p.m. Tour museums galleries of folk & fine art by Lantern Light with guides. Learn some of the mysterious, melancholy, untold stories behind the pieces & discover secrets with ultra-violet light. Limited to 10/tour. Cost, $15/non-member. Masks, pre-registration required. Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1400 or visit www.fenimoreartmuseum.org

 

Friday,

October 29
RUMMAGE SALE – 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Stop by to find mens/women clothing, housewares, books, and more at reasonable prices. Will also have a Bag sale starting at 4 p.m. Church of Christ Uniting, 22 Church St., Richfield Springs. 315-858-1553 or visit rschurchofchristuniting.com
GHOST TOURS – 5:30 p.m. Join eerie lantern lit tour through the historic village to lean about the young ghost at the Bump Tavern, the mysterious early morning strikes on the anvil at the blacksmiths, and other ‘Things That Go Bump In The Night.’ 6 tours/night. For social distancing 8 people/tour. Reservation required. Recommended for people aged 10+. Cost, $17/non-member. The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607) 547-1456 or visit www.farmersmuseum.org
PUMPKIN GLOW – 6 – 7:30 p.m. Take a stroll through the park, lit by Jack-O-Lanterns on the Friday before Halloween. Admire the creativity of your neighbors and vote on your favorite. Carved pumpkins must be dropped off before 5 p.m. The theme this year is ‘your favorite spooky story.’ Participants receive prizes for the People’s Choice Award and the best pumpkin that fits this the theme, and a chance to win a $50 gift card. You can also request a free pumpkin to carve and display in the park. Huntington Park, Oneonta. 607-432-1980 or visit www.facebook.com/hmloneonta/
TRUNK OR TREAT – 6 – 7:30 p.m. Bring the kids out to trick-or-treat through a parking lot of decorated trunks and enter to win a prize in the basket raffle. Richfield Springs Central School, 93 W. Main St., Richfield Springs. 315-858-0610 or visit www.facebook.com/RichfieldCSD/
GHOST TOUR – 6 – 7:30 p.m. Take guided lantern tour through 200 year old mansion full of spooky stories and restless souls. Cost, $20/adult. Extended walking and stair climbing is part of the tour. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown 607-547-5098 or visit hydehall.org

 

Saturday,

October 30
VIRTUAL TOUR – 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Get the family together to explore the exhibit ‘Believe in Yourself: What We Learned From Arthur.’ See original illustrations spanning the career of Marc Brown, the creator of the Arthur Adventure Book series which became the popular television show ‘Arthur.’ See his pencil drawings, learn about the storyboarding process, and see clips from an interview. Free, registration required. Suggested donation, $10. Presented by The Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1400 or visit www.fenimoreartmuseum.org
TRICK OR TREAT – Noon. Kids are invited to join Destination Oneonta to trick or treat at participating businesses and then be wowed by the Ghoulies and Ghosties of the Halloween Parade. Main Street, Oneonta. 607-432-2941 or visit www.facebook.com/DestinationOneonta/
AUDITIONS – 2 – 4 p.m. Women aged 20s – 60s are invited to audition for comedy play ‘Always A Bridesmaid’ about the wedding day tests and triumphs of the brides 4 friends-for-life. Produced by Out of the Woodwork Players. Show to be performed March 18, 19, & 20. Bainbridge Town Hall Theater, 15 N. Main St., Banbridge. 607-563-2582 or visit www.facebook.com/OWPTheatre/
SPIRIT STROLL – 3 p.m. Tour the Hartwick Cemetery with the Hartwick Historical Society and learn the history, legends, and lore of the Town of Hartwick. Appropriate for all ages, lasts approx. 40 minutes. Hartwick Cemetery. For info, e-mail theclerkisin@gmail.com
TRUNK OR TREAT – 3 – 5 p.m. Bring the kids out for safe trick-or-treating, a halloween parade, photo ops, and the costume and trunk decoration contests. Free. Call to reserve a parking space if displaying a trunk. Parking Lot, Laurens Central School, 55 Main St., Laurens. 607-287-8623.
LIFESKILLS – 4 – 6 p.m. Teens are invited to learn to cook with Lynn. Menu posted to FB. Seating limited, reservations required. Presented by The Oneonta Teen Center. 50 Dietz St., Oneonta. 607 441 3999 or visit www.facebook.com/oneonta.teencenter
HUSKY TREAT TRAIL – 4:30 – 6 p.m. Bring the youngsters to walk the trail in costume to collect candy and other treats. Town Park, Hartwick. For info e-mail theclerkisin@gmail.com
GHOST TOURS – 5:30 p.m. Join eerie lantern lit tour through the historic village to lean about the young ghost at the Bump Tavern, the mysterious early morning strikes on the anvil at the blacksmiths, and other ‘Things That Go Bump In The Night.’ 6 tours/night. For social distancing 8 people/tour. Reservation required. Recommended for people aged 10+. Cost, $17/non-member. The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607) 547-1456 or visit www.farmersmuseum.org
GHOST TOUR – 6 – 7:30 p.m. Take guided lantern tour through 200 year old mansion full of spooky stories and restless souls. Cost, $20/adult. Extended walking and stair climbing is part of the tour. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown 607-547-5098 or visit hydehall.org

 

Sunday,

October 31
Halloween!
CLOSING – Last day of the Hyde Hall season.
FACE PAINTING – 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Get your face painted for this Halloween weekend by Shannon Dzikas. Full face is $8. Half or simple design, $5. The Art Dept., 8 Main St., Cherry Valley. Visit www.facebook.com/Theartdeptny
CELEBRATION – 3:30 – 5 p.m. Bring the kids in costume for a trick-or-treat adventure with candy and hall of fame trivia. Outside the Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown. 607-547-7200 or visit baseballhall.org/events/halloween-celebration-2021?date=0
HALLOWEEN PARADE – 5 p.m. Celebrate Halloween in style. Bring out your best costume, bring the kids in theirs, and march down Main St. Mask and Social Distancing required. Organized by Cooperstown PTA and the Cooperstown Library. Participants will be gathering on the Library Lawn, 22 Main St., Cooperstown. 607-547-8344 or visit www.facebook.com/VillageLibraryOfCooperstown/
DEADLINE – 5 p.m. Last day to order quality bird seed and support the Delaware Otsego Audubon Society. Pick up on 11/13. Call 607-397-3815 or visit www.facebook.com/DelawareOtsegoAudubonSociety/ for info.
GHOST TOUR – 6 – 7:30 p.m. Take guided lantern tour through 200 year old mansion full of spooky stories and restless souls. Cost, $20/adult. Extended walking and stair climbing is part of the tour. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown 607-547-5098 or visit hydehall.org

DiNapoli: Sales tax revenue had huge jump for second quarter of 2021

DiNapoli: Sales tax revenue had huge jump for second quarter of 2021

Sales tax revenue for local governments in New York state rose by 49.2% in the second quarter (April to June 2021) compared to the same period last year, a dramatic increase from last year’s weak collections during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.

Sales tax collections during this period grew by just over $1.6 billion and even surpassed collections reported during the second quarter of 2019, before the onset of the pandemic.

“The strength of these collections, along with federal aid, will give local governments statewide the chance to improve their fiscal stability, but it will take time to recover from the strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” DiNapoli said in a media release. “While this is good news, local leaders are advised to budget carefully. If this pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to always plan for unpredictable circumstances.”

The size of the increase largely reflects extremely weak collections in the April to June period of 2020. However, even compared to pre-pandemic collections for the same period in 2019, statewide collections in 2021 were up 8.7% or $396 million.

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: Hanzolo Virtual Concert  02-20-21
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20

Hanzolo Virtual Concert 

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VIRTUAL CONCERT – 7 p.m. Dance to local alt rock band Hanzolo in the safety of your home this Cooperstown Winter Carnival. Visit www.cooperstownwintercarnival.com for info.

COVID-19 TESTING – 8 a.m. Free rapid testing for people with no symptoms of Covid-19. Appointments required. Oneonta Health Center, 125 Main St., Oneonta. 607-433-6510 or visit www.bassett.org/covid-19

Baseball Hall Offers Vets Free Entry Until Nov. 30

Baseball Hall Offers Vets

Free Entry Until Nov. 30

COOPERSTOWN – In honor of Veterans’ Day, all veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces will be admitted free to the Baseball Hall of Fame, 25 Main St., from today through Nov. 30.

Veterans can reserve tickets online through the Museum’s timed ticketing program at baseballhall.org/reopening. Walk-up tickets are also available at the Museum, with guests being given the first available timed ticketing slot.

You will be asked to provide:

Oneonta Police Review Seeking Public Inputs

CLICK HERE TO FULL OUT SURVEY

Oneonta Police Review

Seeking Public Inputs

By MIKE FORSTER ROTHBART • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

ONEONTA – An Oneonta police reform committee is soliciting public input via an online survey and through a public meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m., according to a City of Oneonta news release.

The anonymous survey has 23 questions related to residents’ experiences with the City of Oneonta Police Department.   Click here to participate.

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: Presentation On Racism & Law Enforcement 02-10-21
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10

Presentation On Racism

& Law Enforcement

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COOPERSTOWN REFLECTS – 7 p.m. Library Anti-Racism series continues with presentation ‘Cooperstown Reflects on Racism and Law Enforcement.’ Will include moderated panel discussion featuring Frank Cavalieri, Cooperstown Police Chief; Richard Devlin, Otsego County Sheriff; Ellen Tillapaugh, Mayor, Village of Cooperstown; more. Free, registration required. Presented by Friends of the Village Library of Cooperstown. 607-547-8344 or visit www.eventbrite.com/o/friends-of-the-village-library-23034666815

COVID-19 TESTING – 8 a.m. Free rapid testing for people with no symptoms of Covid-19. Appointments required. Bassett Prime Care, 1 Atwell Dr., Cooperstown. 607-547-7973 or visit www.bassett.org/covid-19

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