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I'm writing to The Enterprise to air one of my most irritating pet peeves. I refer to the disgraceful way some homes, businesses, and stores display American flags in the worst ragged, faded, torn, and tangled conditions imaginable.
Once again, the Hilltowns Community Resource Center will be able to benefit from “The Annual $1 Million Giveaway to fight Hunger.” This is the 17th year Alan Feinstein will divide $1 million among not-for-profit hunger-fighting agencies.
Thank you all who turned out at the recent Knox Town Board meeting and the planning board meeting to support the request that the town board amend the 1974 town zoning laws to allow Hitmans Towing to continue to operate in the town.