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Claverack, New York
Local culture | Politics/Government
25 April 2020 03:29PM
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www.columbiacountynyhealth.com/home/coronavirus-covid-19

Ancram 5
Canaan 6
Chatham 7
Claverack 4
Clermont 2
Copake 4
Germantown 5
Ghent 16
Greenport 9
Hillsdale 6
Hudson 20
Kinderhook 12
Livingston 5
New Lebanon 3
Stockport 1
Stuyvesant 4
Livingston Hills residents 2
Pine Haven residents 31

As of April 25, 2020:

– Columbia County has had 13 community members that have passed away from COVID-19
– 149 positive cases of COVID-19
– 74 of the 149 cases have recovered from COVID-19
– 13 of the positive cases are hospitalized, 3 of those hospitalized are in the ICU
– We have received 1,129 test results completed for Columbia County residents
– 145 residents are under mandatory quarantine and 25 under precautionary quarantine

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Claverack, New York
Local culture | Politics/Government
27 March 2020 04:25PM
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columbiacountysheriff.us

POTENTIAL FEMA REIMBURSEMENT UNDER DISASTER DECLARATION

The Columbia County Emergency Management Office announces that on March 20, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of New York has received a Major Disaster Declaration (FEMA-4480-DR) from President Donald Trump. The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services will be holding applicant briefings for Columbia County via WebEx on March 30, 2020 for all potential eligible applicants who may receive reimbursements.

Those potential applicants may include state agencies, local government (county,city, town, and village), and federally recognized tribal nations. In addition, private non-profit organizations that may qualify are hospitals, nursing homes, public schools, and private schools.

Certain eligible expenses that could be reimbursed are cleaning supplies, personal protective equipment, general equipment, contractors, food, beverages, and possibly some salaries.

Applicant briefings will only be scheduled for March 30, 2020 via WebEx. The briefs will provide eligible applicants with the information needed to participate in the disaster as public assistance applicants and to submit for reimbursement for FEMAeligible expenditures incurred as a result of the COVID-19 virus.
There are three times on March 30, 2020 to choose from when registering for the
DR4480 applicant briefing (Region 2).

Links to each meeting time will be on the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office website: http://www.columbiacountysheriff.us and are as follows:

To register for the 9:00am, 1:00pm, or 6:00pm briefing, click on the appropriate link
9:00am Briefing. 1:00pm Briefing. 6:00pm Briefing.

Once registration is completed, you will receive a conformation with the
teleconference login as well as the WebEx login. You will also receive a
conformation email with the information and the WebEx briefing should last
approximately one hour

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Claverack, New York
Local culture | Politics/Government
31 January 2018 07:12AM

www.centerforneweconomics.org

A packed Philmont Community Center, eagerly took notes and listened intently as Executive Director of Schumacher Center For New Economics, Susan Witt presented historical background and practical application for Community Land Trusts. This dynamic approach to respecting land brought forth by Robert Swan and E.F. Schumacher uses scenarios of land as trust in order to preserve humanity dignity and local economy caught the attention of everyone in the room. Susan’s inspiring talk brought forth ideas for how Philmont can maintain its historical integrity, inspire its working community and be a place of affordable dynamic community for now and into the future. Many Claverack Democrats, Philmont residents and regional community members were in attendance. Thank you P-Can, Cosmo Design Factory and Philmont Beautification Inc for hosting and Thank you HousingUS Initiative of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation sponsoring the event.

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