At first glance there seems to be much ado about Olive’s elections this year. There are full slates from each party for the three main seats — town supervisor and two town board — up for the filling (Town Judge Ron Wright is running unopposed). Over the past year, several new issues have arisen, including the arrival of a long-awaited draft comprehensive plan for the town’s future. And there’s a growing amount of grumbling regarding the town’s response to the recent Irene flooding, which hit the hamlet of Boiceville and Watson Hollow Road in West Shokan particularly . . .
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