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Drumming at Landis on Wednesday, August 3

Written By Editor on 7/31/22 | 7/31/22

Drumming is back at Landis!

Join us at 6:30 PM this Wednesday, August 3, to drum! We’ll be in or near the Peace Pavilion at Landis to drum with leader Art Teale. Art is a dedicated musician (his group is Waitin’ on Bob) and a well-respected handyman in the area who welcomes seasoned drummers and newbies for a fun and relaxing experience. 

Please bring:

A. drum (or a plastic bucket that makes a nice sound when struck), or rhythm sticks or other rhythm instrument
A chair or if you prefer, a lawn blanket to sit on
Water (stay hydrated, people!)
Bug stuff to repel both mosquitos and ticks

Drumming is free for everyone.

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Reverend Billy and The Stop Shopping Choir in residence at White Feather Farm August 1-6. Live Performance August 6th at The Barn at White Feather Farm

Written By Editor on 7/27/22 | 7/27/22

Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir are an award winning radical performance community from New York City. In January 2022 they recorded their most recent record , Change Without Us in Bearsville and they return to the area Aug 1st for a weeklong residency at White Feather Farm culminating in a special performance of these new songs on Saturday Aug 6 at 8 pm in the intimate Barn setting at the Farm.

On Wednesday August 3th they will host a General Assembly addressing the climate future and August 4th they will have a song share. Both are open to the public with limited attendance capacity.


Reverend Billy and The StopShopping choir have performed all over the world, on stages and in the streets. Their work lies at the unique intersection between art, activism and spirit. They are committed environmental activists and have campaigned for 20 years against militarism, pesticides, extractive industry and the overwhelming threat of consumerism to the life systems of Earth. In 2016 they opened for Neil Young on his Rebel Content tour and recently attended the COP26 Climate Conference in Glasgow. Their highly original content is prescient and moving, addressing the complexities we all carry with us during this time of climate crisis.

Reverend Billy is the host of Earth Riot Radio, airing on 100 stations nationwide and podcast platforms everywhere. He is an activist writer and performer and has been arrested more than 75 times.  The Church of Stop Shopping is directed by Savitri D. Songs are composed by Sunder Ganglani with arrangements by folk singer Ali Dineen.

The Church of Stop Shopping are recipients of An Obie Award, the Alpert Award in the Arts and The Edwin Booth Theater Award. 

Reverend Billy, Savitri D and members of the Stop Shopping Choir are available for pre- recorded or live interviews.




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Bassett Medical Center Nationally Recognized for Commitment to Providing High-Quality Stroke Care

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Description automatically generatedCooperstown, N.Y. – Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, NY has received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus: Stroke Honor Roll Elite quality achievement for its commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to recognized, research-based guidelines, ultimately leading to more lives saved and reduced disability.

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death and a leading cause of disability in the U.S. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts. When that happens, part of the brain cannot get the blood and oxygen it needs, so brain cells can die. Early stroke detection and treatment are key to improving survival, minimizing disability, and accelerating recovery times.

Get With The Guidelines puts the expertise of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association to work for hospitals nationwide, helping to ensure patient care is aligned with the latest research and evidence-based guidelines. 
Get With The Guidelines - Stroke is an in-hospital program for improving stroke care by promoting consistent adherence to these guidelines, which can minimize the long-term effects of a stroke and even prevent death.

“Bassett Healthcare Network is committed to improving patient care by adhering to the latest treatment guidelines,” says Michael Miller, MD, chief of Neurology and The Primary Stroke Program at Bassett Healthcare Network. “Get With The Guidelines makes it easier for our teams to put proven knowledge and guidelines to work on a daily basis, which studies show can help patients recover better. The end goal is to ensure more people in Central New York and beyond can experience longer, healthier lives.”


“The American Heart and American Stroke Standards of Care for stroke indicate that early treatment can improve the outcome of stroke,” says Jo-Ann Vass, RN, stroke coordinator for Bassett Healthcare Network. “Know the signs of stroke and call 911 F.A.S.T. Do not wait!”

Each year, program participants qualify for the award by demonstrating how their organization has committed to providing quality care for stroke patients. In addition to following treatment guidelines, Get With The Guidelines participants also educate patients to help them manage their health and recovery at home.

“We are incredibly pleased to recognize Bassett Medical Center for its commitment to caring for patients with stroke,” says Steven Messe, MD, chairperson of the Stroke System of Care Advisory Group. “Participation in Get With The Guidelines is associated with improved patient outcomes, fewer readmissions, and lower mortality rates – a win for health care systems, families, and communities.”


Bassett Medical Center also received the American Heart Association’s Stroke Gold Plus: Stroke Honor Roll for Type 2 Diabetes, which means the hospital consistently aims to ensure patients with Type 2 diabetes, who might be at higher risk for complications, receive the most up-to-date, evidence-based care when hospitalized due to stroke.


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Imani Winds to open Cooperstown Summer Music Festival on August 2


Cooperstown, N.Y. – The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival is back! On Tuesday, August 2, the Grammy-nominated Imani Winds will perform the opening concert of the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival’s 24th season at 7 p.m. at the Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown.


The groundbreaking wind quintet will present a program showcasing all the sonic possibilities of this combination of instruments, including works by former founding member Valerie Coleman, Indian-American composer Reena Esmail, and an arrangement of Ravel’s ‘Tombeau de Couperin’. This performance will offer the Cooperstown audience a unique opportunity to see what their self-described “revolution and evolution of the wind quintet” is all about.   


“The Imanis will shatter your expectations of what a wind quintet can do,” says Cooperstown Summer Music Festival Founder and Artistic Director Linda Chesis. “I can’t think of a group that better represents the future of classical music in a fun and totally accessible way.” 


Tickets for all shows are $30 for adults and $15 for students and children (except for “Musical Kaleidoscope” by the Caroga Arts Ensemble, where tickets are by suggested donation). Tickets for all events must be purchased in advance either online at or over the phone by calling Purplepass Tickets at 800-316-8559 and selecting Option 1. Please note there is a $2 service fee per phone order. Audience members will be required to show proof of vaccination, including a required booster shot for those who are eligible for all events.


For more information about the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival, visit or email

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Summer Lecture Series: Folk Artist John Wilkinson

The 2022 Summer Lecture Series will continue tomorrow night, Thursday, July 28 at 7 p.m., with local folk artist John Wilkinson who will talk about his folk art paintings of Schoharie County at the Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association located on Depot Lane in Schoharie.

Wilkinson has been painting scenes of life in Schoharie County for more than 20 years. He pains farm scenes, parades, special events, village scenes, and more, in his distinctive folk art style. The artist will speak about how he develops painting ideas and what attracts him to a particular subject.

In all, Wilkinson estimates he has created more than 150 paintings and he will be showing some of his favorite and most significant works in a prepared slide show. Additionally, original paintings will be on display and many of his prints, greeting cards, and his recently published book, titled “The Heart of Schoharie County,” will be available for purchase.

“I paint what I see,” said Wilkinson. “Always, it’s what people in Schoharie County are doing, or what they used to do. I choose happy themes, happy colors, and places that are familiar to those who know the county. I like to paint events, parades, everyday activities, and our beautiful farms, village, and buildings.”

Admission to the lecture is $5 for non-members and FREE for Schoharie County Historical Society members.

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New York Power Authority Trustees Vote to Appoint Justin E. Driscoll President and CEO

Written By Editor on 7/26/22 | 7/26/22


Board Cites Management Skills, Public Utility Expertise and

Record of Accomplishment


Driscoll to Assist in Execution of Governor Hochul’s Nation-leading

Energy Plan and NYPA’s VISION2030 10-year Strategy

WHITE PLAINS—The New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) Board of Trustees and the Canal Corporation’s Board of Directors today voted to appoint Justin E. Driscoll as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Power Authority and the Canal Corporation, subject to New York State Senate confirmation. 


Last week Governor Hochul recommended that Driscoll be appointed to lead the nation’s largest state-owned electric utility. Driscoll has served as interim president and CEO since Gil C. Quiniones resigned in October 2021.


NYPA Chairman John R. Koelmel said Driscoll was selected for the permanent position after a nine-month extensive national search.


“Justin has shown in his interim role how well he can serve the people of New York State and it’s clear that he’s the best person for the job,” Koelmel said. “He has demonstrated a deep understanding of the utility industry and NYPA’s 90-year public power legacy. I know that he will continue to lead this organization expertly, as we execute on our ambitious VISION2030 10-year strategy and help implement Governor Hochul’s nation-leading energy plan.”


Driscoll said, “I am honored to be selected to lead the Power Authority as we transition to a carbon-free, economically vibrant New York. Our role is to create a clean energy future for the people of New York State—and I know we’ll fulfill this commitment as we support New York’s nation leading climate goals. With VISION203, our 10-year strategic plan, we have a strong path forward as we keep our culture strong and equitable, reimagine the Canals and rethink New York’s energy system.”


Driscoll previously served as chief legal officer of NYPA. Before joining NYPA, Justin was engaged in the private practice of law and represented clients that included Fortune 500 companies, governmental entities, and energy companies, in complex commercial litigation and regulatory matters.


Driscoll serves on several boards including the Alliance to Save Energy, New York City's Urban Green Council, the Large Public Power Council, and the World Resources Institute's Global Energy Advisory Board.


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SUNY Cobleskill Hosts Agricultural Mechanics and Equipment Course for Golding Middle School Students


COBLESKILL, N.Y. -- SUNY Cobleskill’s Agricultural Engineering department hosted a group of students from Golding Middle School for a week of summer enrichment programming. Through a grant received by Cobleskill-Richmondville Central Schools, ten students took part in the week-long “Agricultural Mechanics and Equipment” course, learning the basics of operating and repairing heavy farm equipment under the instruction of college professors. 


Topics covered in the course included shop and machine safety, equipment operation, and basic welding skills, all offered in a hands-on setting on campus. 


Thursday, July 21, was Dealer Day, in which SUNY Cobleskill invited partners to join the class and offer information and demonstrations. Participating organizations included the New York State Department of Transportation, Salem Farm Supply, and Monroe Tractors. All are close partners with the College’s Agricultural Engineering programs and employ many Cobleskill graduates.  


As will all Summer Enrichment Program courses at CRCS, Agricultural Mechanics was offered at no cost.


Agricultural Engineering programs at SUNY Cobleskill prepare students to enter a highly technical industry, with degree paths in Agricultural Equipment Technology, Agricultural Power Machinery, and Diesel Technology, which features specializations in John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment.

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NYPA Launches Mentor Protégé Program to Increase Number of Diverse Vendors Used in Power Authority and Canal Corporation Contracts



New Program to Further Goals of NYPA’s 10-Point DEI Plan


See Video Highlighting New Supplier Diversity Program 


WHITE PLAINS—The New York Power Authority (NYPA) today announced the launch of its Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP), which aims to increase the number of diverse businesses able to fulfill NYPA and New York State Canal Corporation (Canals) contracts. The Supplier Diversity program advances the goals of NYPA’s Ten-Point Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan, a pillar of the Authority’s VISION2030 strategic plan.


“NYPA is committed to incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion practices across all phases of our operations,” said NYPA Interim President and CEO Justin E. Driscoll. “The Mentor-Protégé Program will enable more small, diverse firms to fulfill NYPA and Canal Corporation contracts, increasing the diversity of the Power Authority’s supply chain base and furthering the goals of NYPA’s DEI Plan.”


The program has been designed to motivate and encourage large firms in NYPA’s supply chain to provide mutually beneficial developmental assistance to service-disabled veteran-owned businesses (SDVOBs), minority-owned businesses enterprises (MBEs) and women-owned business enterprises (WBEs). By participating in the program, mentors will gain a stronger network of subcontractors while protégés gain knowledge and insights about successfully bidding for NYPA and Canals contracts. A pilot program for the MPP concluded earlier this month.


“The Mentor-Protégé Program will leverage NYPA’s experience, resources and purchasing power to increase the number of diverse firms in its supply chain pipeline,” said NYPA Vice President of Strategic Supply Management John Canale. “This initiative is among the first of many supplier diversity programs aimed at driving the success of diverse businesses by providing them with the tools to grow their capacity and skills.”


To participate in the MPP, businesses must be a New York State minority and women-owned business (MWBE) or New York State Service-Disabled Veteran-owned business, either currently certified or eligible for New York State certification. To request an application for the Power Authority’s Mentor-Protégé Program, e-mail For additional information about the supplier diversity program, contact


NYPA Supplier Diversity Programs


To strengthen its connections with diverse businesses, NYPA is implementing several new supplier diversity programs in addition to MPP. The programs include:


  • The Surety Bond training program, which provides diverse businesses with training and assistance to secure bonding and greater access to capital to increase their business capacity.


  • The Small and Local Business program, which provides comprehensive support to diverse businesses, including a resource-rich educational platform that offers one-on-one assistance, personalized advisory services and virtual workshops at flexible hours.


  • The SkillUP development program, an innovative workforce development program designed to recruit and retain non-traditional students—18 years and older—in disadvantaged communities.


To access procurement bidding opportunities, businesses can find notices advertised in the New York State Contract Reporter, the state’s daily listing of contracting opportunities in the amounts of $50,000 or more, at Events are also posted online as they become available at To participate in current and future bid opportunities, businesses must register in Ariba, NYPA’s procurement software, at




New York State's Nation-Leading Climate Plan

New York State's nation-leading climate agenda is the most aggressive climate and clean energy initiative in the nation, calling for an orderly and just transition to clean energy that creates jobs and continues fostering a green economy as New York State recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Enshrined into law through the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, New York is on a path to achieve its mandated goal of a zero-emission electricity sector by 2040, including 70 percent renewable energy generation by 2030, and to reach economy wide carbon neutrality. It builds on New York's unprecedented investments to ramp-up clean energy including over $33 billion in 102 large-scale renewable and transmission projects across the state, $6.8 billion to reduce buildings emissions, $1.8 billion to scale up solar, more than $1 billion for clean transportation initiatives, and over $1.6 billion in NY Green Bank commitments. Combined, these investments are supporting nearly 158,000 jobs in New York's clean energy sector in 2020, a 2,100 percent growth in the distributed solar sector since 2011 and a commitment to develop 9,000 megawatts of offshore wind by 2035. Under the Climate Act, New York will build on this progress and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 85 percent from 1990 levels by 2050, while ensuring that at least 35 percent with a goal of 40 percent of the benefits of clean energy investments are directed to disadvantaged communities, and advance progress towards the state's 2025 energy efficiency target of reducing on-site energy consumption by 185 trillion BTUs of end-use energy savings.


About NYPA

NYPA is the largest state public power organization in the nation, operating 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines. More than 80 percent of the electricity NYPA produces is clean renewable hydropower. NYPA uses no tax money or state credit. It finances its operations through the sale of bonds and revenues earned in large part through sales of electricity. For more information visit and follow us on Twitter @NYPAenergyFacebookInstagramTumblr and LinkedIn.

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Local Honor Flight Expands Its Mission

For over 14 years, Leatherstocking Honor Flight has been taking WW II, Korean War, and Vietnam Veterans on spectacular flights to Washington DC to experience the memorials created in their honor. 
Trips are free to the Veterans and are funded by donations only. The community has supported us to the extent that we were able to conduct 2- 4 flights per year, barring Covid-19. 
The Veterans return from an Honor Flight with a better understanding of how honored and revered they are and how greatly their service and sacrifice are appreciated by so many. 
We make it a point to let them know that the flights are not just a Leatherstocking endeavor, but a community project sustained by peoples' desire for them to be honored. This broadens and enhances that message. 
We hear it from the Veterans, their families, and their friends how impacted the Veterans are by having been on an Honor Flight. That being said, we will continue these flights far into the future. 
Understanding the power of Honor Flight, we feel that we can do so much more. 
We have formed a new entity called the LHF Veterans Initiative. This new entity, like Leatherstocking Honor Flight, is an all-volunteer, 501c3, not-for-profit. All 
donated funds go to our Veteran projects. No one in our group receives any compensation. 
Two of the projects we have undertaken are the Combat Veteran's Retreat and the Purple Heart Project. Like the Honor Flights, these projects are totally free to the Veterans. 
The weekend retreats take place in the lower Adirondacks at secluded and beautiful lakeside venues. Outdoor activities include kayaking, pontoon boating, fishing, and hiking. Beside being very relaxing and enjoyable, the activities enable the Veterans to bond with each other. 
Saturday evening we offer the Veterans a nice BBQ after which they all sit around an all-night campfire and have some Vet-to-Vet conversations. Through sharing their thoughts, they also come to understand that they are not alone in their feelings. 
These retreats are done in partnership with Homeward Bound Adirondacks, an organization with a long and impactful history. 
We do not expect to cure PTSD at these events; if we are able to just lighten their load, our mission will have been a success. 
We conducted our first retreat mission this June, 10-12. The Veterans had a great time and enjoyed the camaraderie and conversations. They were also very appreciative of our efforts and the support of the community. 
Our next retreats will take place September 23-25 and on October 14-16. Any combat Veteran wishing to take part in a retreat should contact Valerie from Homeward Bound Adirondacks at 518 345 0545. 
The other project we are working hard on is the Purple Heart Project. Open to all Purple Heart recipients, it is a trip to the Hudson Valley that includes a boat tour of the Hudson River and visits to West Point, Washington's Headquarters, and the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor. The attendees may bring a guest. 
The tour will start out with a breakfast in the Albany area where we will board the tour bus for the day. Lunch will be provided and dinner will be at the famed Thayer Hotel at West Point. 
One of our members was part of planning the executing this type of event three years ago and found the mission just as exciting as an Honor Flight. One Veteran told him “this has been a real catharsis.” 
Our first of these missions is being planned for August 20th. 
Anyone interested in taking part in this event should call Liz at 518 339 2464. 
Donations for these projects can be sent to: 
LHF Veterans Initiative 
PO Box 621 
Cobleskill, NY 12043 

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Circus Coming to the Zone

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Domestic dispute in Delaware County results in numerous charges

On July 23, 2022, at approximately 8:50 p.m., New York State Police at Oneonta and members of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation arrested Christopher M. Yeary, age 42 of Hamden, NY for the following charges:

  • Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the third degree, class “D” felony
  • Unlawful Imprisonment in the first degree, class “E” felony
  • Criminal Mischief in the fourth degree (prevent emergency call), class “A” misdemeanor
  • Criminal Obstruction of Breathing, class “A” misdemeanor
  • Menacing in the second degree, class “A” misdemeanor

On July 23, 2022, at approximately 12:40 p.m., Troopers were dispatched by Delaware County 911 to a domestic dispute on Chambers Hollow Road in the town of Hamden. 

Walton Police Officers were first on scene and assisted in removing a victim from the area.  The victim was evaluated by members of Delhi EMS but was not transported to a hospital. 

An investigation revealed that Yeary choked, then menaced the victim with a firearm.  He then prevented the victim from leaving the residence and smashed the victim’s cell phone, preventing the victim from calling 911. 

Yeary refused to leave the residence to speak with law enforcement. After several hours, Yeary was taken into custody and transported to SP Sidney for processing.  Yeary was arraigned and remanded to the Delaware County Jail on $25,000 bail or $50,000 bond. 

Troopers were assisted by the Colchester Police Department, Delhi Police Department and Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies. 

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Livestock Foundation Bovina Bicentennial Concert

The Bovina Bicentennial is this Saturday! Read all about the weekend's events at

Livestock Foundation is hosting a FREE concert after the Bicentennial festivities on Saturday, July 30 at Chico's Barn at Livestock HQ (124 Bob Hall Rd, Bovina, NY 13740) featuring local favorites College Farm and Pispoure. No cover. BYOB. Doors open at 7 pmmusic starts at 8 pm.

College Farm is a neo-regionalist folk rock fury from northwest Appalachia. Andy and Matt's dad took a job at the agricultural state school, Delhi, in the 1960s which brought a magical Bovina boyhood. Josh and Chris Dukes joined the ensemble sometime around 1992. Andy and Matt are on guitar, Josh plays bass, and Dukes mans the drum kit while the entire quartet sings.

Pispoure is a local group of Bovina Musicians featuring Harlo Bray, Ed Denison, John Chico Finn and Ira McIntosh.  These guys started playing together on 2001, where they honed their chops at Ed’s chicken shack on Russell Hill Road.  Pispoure’s material is a blend of originals as well as obscure covers that they have claimed as their own.  

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Amidst a changing real estate landscape, Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty opened a new location at 5 Hudson Street in Kinderhook, NY. While other investor-driven real estate brands with a shorter history, a focus on unconventional business practices, and tumbling stock-prices have laid off a large percentage of their workers, Hudson Valley/Catskills brokerage Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty is growing, bringing the same excellence and professionalism they’ve offered the region for 30 years to Columbia County. Members of the Kinderhook Business Association, Mayor Michael Abrams, members of the Sheriff’s Department and over 100 community members were on hand for a June 23rd ribbon-cutting ceremony that commemorated the opening of both Village Green and Farmers Insurance who now share the newly-renovated space at 5 Hudson Street. Set on a trajectory of growth, Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty also opened an office in the Putnam County hamlet of Carmel in May and celebrated the opening of an expanded office in Windham on July 4th. 


Principal Broker/Owner Candida Ellis was excited by the event’s turnout, “I’ve been looking for the perfect spot for a Columbia County office for a long time. I know we’ve made the right decision here in Kinderhook. We’ve been welcomed by the community with open arms; we have agents who have been working in Columbia County for years - Joel Craig, Mary McKinney, The Angela Lanuto Team, Christine Hinz - and their reputation has preceded them in the market. With the addition of Doe Mallory, we can meet the need for our services here and offer opportunities to additional agents who’d like to partner with us. While the national real estate market is changing, I’m undaunted. The second and third quarter numbers for the Kinderhook area were strong and The Hudson Valley and Catskills region has - even during the late-2000’s – historically had a steady market. We’re here to give our clients excellent service.” 


Doe Mallory, the office’s Director of Business Development grew up in New York City and Rhinebeck. As a child she explored the upscale homes of the Hudson Valley while tagging along with her father, an interior designer. Most recently she worked in the luxury real estate space in Pebble Beach. “We’re poised to offer the exceptional level of service we’re known for and also to contribute a forward-thinking, dynamic energy to the real estate market in Columbia County. I grew up looking at beautiful, fun homes in the Hudson Valley. I’m thrilled to return to my roots and to have the opportunity to work with the homes and the people I grew up with. And we’re going to be fortunate enough to have a rotating exhibition of Columbia County artists’ work in the office. Our first artist is Robert Beard. His work is stunning. I hope the whole community will feel comfortable enough to come in and browse the art, even if they aren’t immediately in need of our real estate services.” 


Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty’s Chief Operating Officer Guy Barretta said, “We’re excited to be opening here in Kinderhook, NY. Candida and I have sought ways to expand that benefit our clients and our established agents. I feel we’ve succeeded here on both counts. Our agents have been doing more business in Columbia County than ever before. With the leadership we have in the regional market and the national branding that Coldwell Banker delivers, we know that we will be the preferred choice in this market for clients and for agents who are looking for a great partnership.” 

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