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Utica judge blocks New York State from mandating vaccines for health care workers

Utica judge blocks New York State from mandating vaccines for health care workers

Staff Report • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

The AP reported Tuesday, Sept. 14, that a federal judge in Utica has temporarily blocked New York State from requiring vaccinations for health care workers regardless of a religious exemption.

The decision came after a group of doctors and nurses filed a lawsuit claiming the mandate was a violation of their rights.

Drug Court Graduates 6

6 Celebrate Graduation

From Anti-Drug Program

Friends, families and supporters filled the City Courtroom to celebrate the graduation of six from the Otsego County Drug Treatment Court program.  County Judge Brian Burns presided, with state Supreme Court Judge Michael V. Coccoma as the commencement speaker.  As deputy chief administrative judge of court outside New York City, Coccoma was involved in the program’s founding.  After receiving their completion certificates, graduates described their journeys away from addition. Above, Julie Dostal, LEAF executive director, congratulates graduate Kindell Worley, Oneonta, at the conclusion of this afternoon’s celebration. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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Portrait Unveiled Honoring Judge Walter Terry III

Official Portrait Unveiled

Honoring City Judge Terry

State Court Officer Matthew Brown hangs the official portrait of former Oneonta City Judge Walter Terry III, seen behind him with wife Diane, in the City Court hallway this afternoon in the city's Public Safety Complex at Main and Market.   Family and friends attended to celebrate the event. County Judge Brian Burns, City Judges Richard McVinney and Lucy Bernier and Chief City Courty Clerk Cathy Tisenchek delivered remarks praising Judge Terry's character, ethics, respect, fairness and temperament.  Judge Terry served on the city bench from 1999 to 2008, then resumed private practice. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
State Court Officer Matthew Brown hangs the official portrait of former Oneonta City Judge Walter Terry III, seen behind him with wife Diane, in the City Court hallway this afternoon in the city’s Public Safety Complex at Main and Market. Family and friends attended to mark the occasion. County Judge Brian Burns, City Judges Richard McVinney and Lucy Bernier and Chief City Courty Clerk Cathy Tisenchek delivered remarks praising Judge Terry’s character, ethics, respect, fairness and temperament. Judge Terry served on the city bench from 1999 to 2008, then resumed private practice. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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