Election season brings renewed activity in Olive

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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