Representative Antonio Delgado will hold his 10th telephone town hall forum focused on #COVID19? I’m on Thursday, May 21 starting at 4:30 p.m. forum to answer your questions and connect folks across all 11 counties of #NY19 with resources. Dial 855-905-3295 at 4:30 p.m. or tune in at Delgado.House.gov/live.
The coronavirus continues to present challenges to our daily life. I am holding telephone town halls weekly to connect with the community and answer questions about the priorities most important to you, including assistance for our small farmers, programs to support our small businesses, student loan assistance, health guidance and more. On Thursday, May 7 […]
Protective facemasks will be distributed at the: Town of Middletown Town Hall42339 State Route 28Margaretville Tuesday, April 28 9 a.m.-noon. Limit one mask per person. Available on a first come, first served basis. Information: 845 586-4566.
New York has been on PAUSE for more than a month. During these difficult times, it is critically important that we have the opportunity to connect as a community, share resources and concerns, and talk through next steps. I’ve been holding weekly telephone town halls to hear about individuals’ experiences during these unprecedented times. The […]
NYS COVID-19 Emotional Support Helpline at 844-863-9314 is staffed 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., 7 days a week.
Governor Cuomo announced there will be a new unemployment form. The system will be down between 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 9 to upload the new form. After that, the new form will be available. If there are questions or you leave missing information on the form, the state will call you. You don’t have […]
The Arkville-based Community Pantry has seen a sharp increase in activity since the coronavirus pandemic has started and the organization has already made nearly 90 home deliveries to those in need. The Community Pantry, which primarily serves residents in the Town of Middletown, has recently launched a website:community-pantry.orgso that individuals in need of assistance can […]
There are a number of new programs in the bipartisan CARES Act, and I am working to make sure our small farmers know about the resources available to our community. Our farmers were already facing a difficult farm economy prior to the Coronvavirus outbreak, and as a member of the House Agriculture Committee, I’ve made […]
Do you own or operate a small business in #NY19? My office has put together a resource page on my website to help connect folks with information as we navigate the #COVID19 pandemic together. https://delgado.house.gov/corona…/resources-small-businesses
MARK Project Zoom Call WEDNESDAY, April 1, 2020 at 2 PM Open to the first 50 people who register TO REGISTER: email: email@example.com with subject header Zoom. You’ll get an email in return with the log-in information for the call. Peg Ellsworth will lead the group through detailed information on options and resources. If filled, […]
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic presents many serious economic challenges for the country and our NY-19 community. Congress and the Administration just approved a third emergency response package which includes critical measures to assist you, your family, and local businesses during this difficult time. Read on below to learn about cash payments to assist low-income and […]
During this challenging time, The MARK Project continues to work with community businesses, families and individuals to help those impacted by the Coronavirus. Following is an update on MARK efforts to provide relief: 1. In partnership with Transition Catskills and NY State Homes and Community Renewal, We now have an emergency relief fund in place […]
The Arkville-based Community Pantry has shifted to 100 percent home delivery of food distribution in an effort to limit the possibility of infection during the coronavirus pandemic. Officials at the Community Pantry have made the decision to suspend in-person food distribution for the foreseeable future. The changeover to home delivery service went into effect on […]
The Town of Middletown has placed erected signs listing the town’s website (middletowndelawarecountyny.org) and emergency phone number 845 586-1115. Visitors to the website can get the latest official updates. Callers to the emergency number receive useful information regarding departmental contacts and instructions regarding how to contact the MARK Project for a variety so community services.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented challenges for the small businesses in our district. I wanted to let you know that small businesses and self-employed owners in New York State can now qualify for these small business disaster loans through the Small Business Administration, due to a disaster declaration made earlier today. SBA’s Economic Injury […]