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<strong>Greenville</strong><br />

INAUGURAL <strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>2023</strong>-2024<br />

<strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong><br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong> • 1


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Welcome<br />

to <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

Welcome to the Town of <strong>Greenville</strong>, located in the Great<br />

Northern Catskills of Greene County.<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> was settled in 1774 and officially established in<br />

1803. The Town wears its history like a badge of honor that<br />

is most observable in the architecture, over 200 years of<br />

farming, and the mid-20th century boarding house era. Today,<br />

the town is 38.9 square miles of New York beauty with<br />

approximately 3,700 residents.<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> offers gorgeous views of the Catskill Mountains<br />

and an easy commute to some of the best rural recreational<br />

destinations in the area.<br />

Some of the attractions of our town are our wonderful<br />

schools, developing business district, three golf courses,<br />

two beautiful parks featuring miles of walking trails,<br />

playgrounds, sports fields, a brand-new pavilion, and the<br />

Greene County Vietnam Veterans Memorial. We have three<br />

centennial resorts nestled in our town that host up to 900<br />

guests per week during the heat of the summer. With our<br />

heavily involved community groups our Town now features<br />

an annual art show, as well as a very highly attended summer<br />

concert series.<br />

Our town is a desirable place to live, visit, work and play.<br />

Town Supervisor Paul Macko<br />

Town of <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

ON THE COVER:<br />

PHOTOS BY<br />

Melanie Lekocevic<br />

Capital Region Independent Media<br />

TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />

FEDERAL...............................................................................................................6<br />

SENATORS...........................................................................................................6<br />

REPRESENTATIVES........................................................................................ 7<br />

GOVERNMENT...................................................................................................8<br />

COUNTY GOVERNMENT....................................................................... 9-11<br />

GREENE COUNTY LEGISLATORS........................................................12<br />

GREENVILLE TOWN GOVERNMENT..................................................13<br />

AREA ORGANIZATIONS.............................................................................14<br />

EMERGENCY.....................................................................................................15<br />

VANDERBILT PARK.................................................................................16-17<br />

PREVOST HALL.......................................................................................18-20<br />

WOMEN MOVING GREENVILLE FORWARD.......................... 21-23<br />

GREENVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT........................ 24-25<br />

A publication of<br />

Capital Region Independent Media<br />

11 Augusta Court, Clifton Park, NY 12056 • (518) 859-6353<br />

PRESIDENT: Mark Vinciguerra • PUBLISHER: Warren Dews Jr.<br />

EDITORIAL: Melanie Lekocevic<br />

ADVERTISING: Tricia Surrano • DESIGN: Casey Albert<br />

YOUR JOURNEY, YOUR TEAM<br />

Massage Yoga Sauna Chiropractic Reiki Fitness Aesthetics<br />

We are here for you.<br />

Our mission is to bring together healing<br />

modalities that are complementary in<br />

nature and make them accessible to our<br />

community. The Center For Wellness is a<br />

curated space with skilled practitioners<br />

and providers who bring forth quality<br />

care, tailored to your unique needs.<br />

20 COUNTRY ESTATES ROAD, GREENVILLE<br />

Providing you quality care.<br />

ANNE LAFFERTY<br />

ANNE LAFFERTY, GRI<br />

REALTY ASSOCIATE BROKER<br />

2049 Route 145, East Durham, NY 12423<br />

www.laffertyrealty.com<br />

Phone: 518-966-4425<br />

Fax: 518-634-3007<br />

Cell: 518-527-0034<br />

email: aferty@aol.com<br />

Dr. Liz Boomhower, Chiropractor<br />

The Bhakti Room Yoga<br />

Fast & Fit Coaching<br />

Natural Aesthetics By Linda<br />

Maureen Bourguignon, LMT<br />

Holistic Energy Healing with<br />

Siobhan<br />

Sunlighten Infrared Sauna<br />

518-860-9555<br />

CATSKILLVALLEYCHIROPRACTIC@GMAIL.COM<br />

CATSKILLVALLEYCHIROPRACTIC.COM<br />

@CATSKILLVALLEYCHIROPRACTIC<br />

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Plan Ahead for the Golf<br />

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Membership SPECIAL RATE<br />

as low as $425 pp.<br />

Horse Boarding<br />

Training Facility<br />

Riding Lessons<br />

Horse Hauling<br />

Trail Rides, Kid’s Parties & Summer Camps<br />

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www.OatsCountryAcres.com<br />

Lock in your membership for the <strong>2023</strong> season now!<br />

Golf at One of the<br />

Top Golf Courses in<br />

the Catskills!<br />

Tournaments are booking up fast for <strong>2023</strong>,<br />

call us at 518.634.7642 to book yours now!<br />

“Protecting your future with all forms of insurance”<br />

518-966-4466<br />

4821 STATE ROUTE 81<br />

GREENVILLE, NY<br />

518-943-3220<br />

16 BOULEVARD AVE<br />

CATSKILL, NY<br />

HOME - CAR - LIFE - MOTORCYCLE - BONDS - BUSINESS - DISABILITY<br />

WWW.GRAPEVILLEAGENCY.COM<br />

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FEDERAL<br />

FBI<br />

518-465-7551<br />

U.S. Secret Service<br />

518-436-9600<br />

Medicare<br />

800-633-4227<br />

Social Security<br />

800-772-1213<br />

IRS<br />

800-829-1040<br />

SENATORS<br />

U.S. Senator<br />

Charles Schumer<br />

518-431-4070<br />

Leo W. O’Brien Federal Office Building<br />

1 Clinton Square - Room 420<br />

Albany, NY 12207<br />

senator@schumer.senate.gov<br />

U.S. Senator<br />

Kirsten Gillibrand<br />

518-431-0120<br />

Leo W. Obrien Federal Office Building<br />

1 Clinton Square - Room 821<br />

Albany, NY 12207<br />

senator@gillibrand.senate.gov<br />

Sail Hope Inc.<br />

501c3 Organization<br />

Free and Sponsored Sailing Trips<br />

for Disadvantaged People, Groups, and Non-Profits.<br />

LAUNCH OUT OF CATSKILL • ATHENS • HUDSON<br />

Trips Approx. 3 Hours • Holds 6 Guests • Fridge, Toliet & All Safety Equip.<br />

$<br />

60 *<br />

per person<br />

OPERATING<br />

JUNE 1 - OCTOBER 15<br />

Captain Stefany, 50 GT Master USCG License<br />

516.784.6686<br />

WWW.SAILHOPE.ORG • STEFANYCOULTER1@GMAIL.COM<br />

*Minimum cost of $200 for 2 or more guests<br />

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REPRESENTATIVES<br />

REPRESENTATIVE<br />

Congress<br />

Marc Molinaro<br />

202-225-5441<br />

Binghamton District Office:<br />

49 Court Street, Suite 210<br />

Binghamton, NY 13901<br />

Fun Fact #1<br />

EVERY TON OF<br />

RECYCLED PAPER, YOU<br />

CAN SAVE 17 TREES<br />

PLEASE RECYCLE<br />

Washington DC Office:<br />

1207 Longworth House Office Building<br />

Washington DC 20515<br />

Represents - 19th Congressional District<br />

Certified Specialist<br />

in Balayage<br />

Hair Extension<br />

Specialist<br />

Blonding Specialist<br />

Now Accepting<br />

New Clients<br />

518-588-6679<br />

9637 State Rte. 32 • Freehold, NY 12431<br />

BalayageBarSalon.com<br />

Delivering traditional community bank service,<br />

with the benefits of modern technology.<br />

ANNIVERSARY<br />

Take care of all your banking<br />

needs, from wherever you are...<br />

ANNIVERSARY<br />

Stop into your local branch or visit us at nbcoxsackie.com!<br />

CAIRO BRANCH<br />

76 Main Street, Cairo<br />

Manager: Julie Fulling<br />

jfulling@nbcoxsackie.com<br />

(518) 622-9993<br />

GREENVILLE BRANCH<br />

Route 320 & 81, <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

Manager: Robin Frechette<br />

rfrechette@nbcoxsackie.com<br />

(518) 966-5388<br />

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GOVERNMENT<br />

State Governor<br />

Kathy Hochul<br />

518-474-8390<br />

NYS State Capitol Building<br />

Albany, NY 12224<br />

https://www.governor.ny.gov<br />

Attorney General<br />

Letitia James<br />

300 South State Street,<br />

Suite 300<br />

Syracuse, NY 13202<br />

Tel: 315-448-4800<br />

https://ag.ny.gov<br />

Assembly<br />

Chris Tague<br />

Catskill Office<br />

45 Five Mile Woods Rd.<br />

-Bldg. 2, Suite 2<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-1371<br />

https://assembly.state.ny.<br />

us/mem/Chris-Tague<br />

State Senate<br />

State Sen. Michelle<br />

Hinchey<br />

188 State Street<br />

Legislative Office Building,<br />

Room 809<br />

Albany, NY 12247<br />

Tel: 518-455-2350<br />

Hinchey@nysenate.gov<br />

Represents - Greene<br />

County & part<br />

of Albany County<br />

Taxation & Finance<br />

800-225-5829<br />

Child Abuse Reporting<br />

800-342-3720<br />

State Museum<br />

222 Madison Avenue<br />

Albany, NY 12230<br />

Tel: 518-474-5877<br />

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COUNTY GOVERNMENT<br />

GREENE COUNTY<br />

ADMINISTRATOR<br />

Shaun Groden<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3270<br />

Email: countyadministrator<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

COUNTY ATTORNEY<br />

Edward Kaplan, Esq.<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3540<br />

Email: countyattorney<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

BOARD OF ELECTIONS<br />

Brent Bogardus,<br />

Commissioner, Republican<br />

Marie Metzler,<br />

Commissioner, Democratic<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3550<br />

Email: elections<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

BUILDINGS & GROUNDS<br />

Craig Seaburg,<br />

Superintendent<br />

90 Allen Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-9379<br />

CIVIL SERVICE<br />

COMMISSION<br />

Richard Lorenz,<br />

Chairman<br />

Mary Ann Kordich,<br />

Commissioner<br />

Spring Kelsey, Commissioner<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3253<br />

Email: civilservice<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

COLUMBIA-GREENE<br />

COMMUNITY COLLEGE<br />

4400 Route 23<br />

Hudson, NY 12534<br />

Carlee Drummer,<br />

Ph.D., President<br />

Tel: 518-828-4181<br />

COMMISSIONER<br />

OF JURORS<br />

Marilyn Farrell, Commissioner<br />

Tel: 518-625-3190<br />

COUNTY CORONERS<br />

Cairo - Gerard Buckley<br />

Tel: 518-821-3912<br />

Hunter - Hassan Basagic III<br />

Tel: 518-263-4719<br />

Round Top – Edward Brandt<br />

Tel: 518-669-8711<br />

Windham - Daniel Gulino<br />

Tel: 845-332-8079<br />

COUNTY CLERK<br />

Marilyn Farrell, County Clerk<br />

411 Main Street, 2nd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3255<br />

COUNTY COURT<br />

Ellen Brower,<br />

Chief Clerk, County Court<br />

Greene County Courthouse<br />

320 Main Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-625-3160<br />

DEPARTMENT OF<br />

MOTOR VEHICLES<br />

Lillian Beechert -<br />

Deputy Clerk, DMV<br />

411 Main Street, 2nd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

DISTRICT ATTORNEY<br />

Joseph Stanzione,<br />

District Attorney<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3590<br />

Email: districtattorney<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

ECONOMIC<br />

DEVELOPMENT,<br />

TOURISM & PLANNING<br />

Warren Hart, Director/Deputy<br />

County Administrator<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3290<br />

Email: business<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

James Hannahs, Director of<br />

Economic Development<br />

Tel: 518-719-3286<br />

Email: business<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Teri Weiss,<br />

Director of Business<br />

Marketing<br />

518-719-3285<br />

business@discovergreene.com<br />

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COUNTY GOVERNMENT<br />

ELECTRICAL EXAMINERS<br />

Richard Kerr, Chairman<br />

P.O. Box 55<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-0065<br />

Email: electrical<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

EMERGENCY<br />

MEDICAL SERVICES<br />

Sean Hotaling, EMS<br />

Coordinator<br />

Cairo, NY 12413<br />

Tel: 518-622-3643<br />

Email: emscoordinator<br />

@gc911eoc.com<br />

EMERGENCY SERVICES<br />

John P. Farrell, Jr., Director<br />

Randy Ormerod,<br />

Deputy Director<br />

Dan King, Emergency<br />

Management Specialist<br />

25 Volunteer Drive<br />

Cairo, NY 12413<br />

Tel: 518-622-3643<br />

Email: jfarrell@gc911eoc.com<br />

BOARD OF ETHICS<br />

P.O. Box 545<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

FAMILY COURT<br />

Erin Scott, Chief Clerk<br />

Greene County Courthouse<br />

320 Main Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-625-3180<br />

FAMILY PLANNING<br />

Laura Churchill, Deputy<br />

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Director of Public Health<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3580<br />

Email: familyplanning<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

HIGHWAY & SOLID<br />

WASTE DEPARTMENT<br />

Scott Templeton,<br />

Superintendent of Highway<br />

and Solid Waste<br />

240 West Main Street<br />

P.O. Box 485<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-4600<br />

Email: highway<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Email: solidwaste<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

HISTORIAN<br />

Jonathan Palmer<br />

Tel: 518-527-3975<br />

Email: archivist@gchistory.org<br />

HUMAN RESOURCES<br />

Nicole Maggio, Director<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3775<br />

Email: hr@discovergreene.com<br />

HUMAN SERVICES<br />

(AGING & YOUTH)<br />

Stephanie Schleuderer,<br />

Executive Director<br />

411 Main Street, 2nd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3555<br />

Email: aging<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

INFORMATION<br />

TECHNOLOGY<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3260<br />

Email: it@discovergreene.com<br />

LEGISLATURE<br />

Patrick Linger, Chairman<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3270<br />

Email: legislature<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

MAILROOM<br />

411 Main Street, 1st Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3276<br />

MENTAL HEALTH<br />

Jason Fredenberg,<br />

Psy.D., Director of<br />

<strong>Community</strong> Services<br />

905 Greene County<br />

Office Building<br />

Cairo, NY 12413<br />

Tel: 518-622-9163<br />

Email: mentalhealth<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

NEW YORK CONNECTS<br />

Formerly known as<br />

Council for the Disabled<br />

Tel: 518-719-3556<br />

OCCUPATIONAL<br />

SAFETY & HEALTH<br />

Thomas Hoyt, Safety Officer<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3297


COUNTY GOVERNMENT<br />

Email: thoyt<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

PROBATION<br />

Alan Frisbee, Director<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3200<br />

Email: probation<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

PUBLIC DEFENDER<br />

Angelo Scaturro,<br />

Public Defender<br />

411 Main Street, 2nd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3220<br />

Email: publicdefender<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

PUBLIC HEALTH<br />

Kimberly Kaplan, Director<br />

411 Main Street, 3rd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3600<br />

Email: kkaplan<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

PURCHASING<br />

411 Main Street, Suite 408<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3270<br />

Email: purchasing<br />

@greenecountyny.gov<br />

REAL PROPERTY<br />

TAX SERVICES<br />

Raymond Ward, Director<br />

411 Main Street, Suite 447<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3525<br />

Email: rpts<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

RECORDS MANAGEMENT<br />

Neva Boyer, Record<br />

Management Director<br />

465 Main Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-2472<br />

SHERIFF’S OFFICE<br />

Peter Kusminsky, Sheriff<br />

45 Haverly Memorial Drive<br />

Coxsackie, NY 12051<br />

Tel: 518-943-3300<br />

Email: sheriff<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Sheriff’s Office/Civil Office<br />

411 Main Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-3300, ext. 8001<br />

SOCIAL SERVICES<br />

Kira Pospesel, Commissioner<br />

411 Main Street,<br />

1st and 2nd Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3700<br />

Email: dss<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

STOP DWI PROGRAM<br />

Captain Tracey Quinn<br />

370 Mansion Street<br />

West Coxsackie, NY 12192<br />

Tel: 518-943-3300 ext. 8009<br />

Email: stopdwi<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

SUPREME COURT<br />

Justice Lisa Fisher<br />

Tel: 518-625-3160<br />

SURROGATE COURT<br />

Heather Sheehan, Chief Clerk<br />

Greene County Courthouse<br />

320 Main Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-625-3150<br />

TOURISM OFFICE<br />

Patty Austin,<br />

Director of Tourism<br />

700 Route 23B<br />

Leeds, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-3223<br />

Email: Tourism<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

TREASURER<br />

Peter Markou, Treasurer<br />

411 Main Street, 4th Floor<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-719-3530<br />

Email: pmarkou<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

VETERANS<br />

SERVICE AGENCY<br />

Michelle Deyo, Director<br />

159 Jefferson Heights,<br />

Suite D303<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-3703<br />

Email: veterans<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

WEIGHTS & MEASURES<br />

Lance Fischer, Director<br />

P.O. Box 282<br />

Leeds, NY 12451<br />

Tel: 518-965-5737<br />

Email: lfischer<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

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GREENE COUNTY LEGISLATORS<br />

DISTRICT NO. 1 -<br />

CATSKILL<br />

Michael Bulich<br />

66 Greenpoint Road, Catskill<br />

Tel: 518-376-4427<br />

Email: mbulich<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Joseph “Jay” Lucas Jr.<br />

411 Main Street, Suite 408<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-965-7661<br />

Email: jlucas<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Matthew Luvera<br />

41 Wildwing Park<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-506-7323<br />

Email: mluvera<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Linda Overbaugh<br />

411 Main Street, Suite 408<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-5794<br />

Email: lhoverbaugh<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 2 -<br />

COXSACKIE<br />

Charles Martinez<br />

38 Flint Mine Road<br />

Coxsackie<br />

Tel: 518-731-8825<br />

Email: cmartinez<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Thomas Hobart<br />

203 Mansion Street<br />

Coxsackie, NY<br />

Tel: 518-859-7803<br />

Email: thobart<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 3 - ATHENS<br />

Edward Bloomer<br />

529 CR 49<br />

Coxsackie, NY<br />

Tel: 518-945-1622<br />

Email: ebloomer<br />

@peoplepc.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 4 -<br />

GREENVILLE<br />

Greg Davis<br />

411 Main Street, Suite 408<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-368-5003<br />

Email: gdavis<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 5 -<br />

NEW BALTIMORE<br />

Patrick Linger<br />

P.O. Box 9<br />

New Baltimore, NY<br />

Tel: 518-496-8399<br />

Email: plinger<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 6 -<br />

PRATTSVILLE, ASHLAND,<br />

WINDHAM, JEWETT<br />

Jim Thorington<br />

100 Marv Rion Road<br />

Prattsville, NY<br />

Tel: 518-299-3795<br />

Email: jthorington<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 7 -<br />

HALCOTT, LEXINGTON,<br />

HUNTER<br />

Daryl Legg<br />

P.O. Box 554<br />

Hunter, NY<br />

Tel: 518-263-3747<br />

Email: dlegg<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 8 - CAIRO<br />

Harry Lennon<br />

P.O. Box 95<br />

Round Top, NY<br />

Tel: 518-369-9539<br />

Email: hlennon<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

Sherry B. True<br />

Mountain Avenue<br />

P.O. Box 112<br />

Cairo, NY<br />

Tel: 410-935-0072<br />

Email: strue<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

DISTRICT NO. 9 -<br />

DURHAM<br />

Patricia Handel<br />

125 Carroll Road<br />

Cornwallville, NY<br />

Tel: 518-965-1657<br />

Email: phandel<br />

@discovergreene.com<br />

12 • <strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong>


GREENVILLE TOWN GOVERNMENT<br />

SUPERVISOR/TOWN<br />

OFFICES & CLERK<br />

Paul Macko, Supervisor<br />

Pioneer Building<br />

11159 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 38<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055 ext. 2<br />

Email: pmacko<br />

@townofgreenvilleny.com<br />

Justice Court<br />

Pioneer Building<br />

11159 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 38<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Justice Alois Kraker<br />

Justice Kevin Lewis<br />

Court Clerk Kim Leggio<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055 ext. 6<br />

SUPT. OF<br />

HIGHWAYS<br />

& GARAGE<br />

Michael Dudley,<br />

Superintendent<br />

Pioneer Building<br />

11159 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 38<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055 ext. 8<br />

Email: mdudley<br />

@townofgreenville.com<br />

BOOKKEEPER<br />

Joanne Kratz, Bookkeeper<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055, ext. 1<br />

CODE ENFORCEMENT<br />

Mark Overbaugh, Code<br />

Enforcement Officer<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055, ext. 7<br />

Email: mover<br />

@townofgreenvilleny.com<br />

TOWN CLERK/TAX<br />

COLLECTOR<br />

Jessica Lewis,<br />

Town Clerk/Tax Collector<br />

Pioneer Building<br />

11159 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 38<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055, ext. 5<br />

Email: townclerk@townofgreenvilleny.com<br />

DOG CONTROL<br />

Justin Case,<br />

Dog Control Officer<br />

Tel: 518-322-3607<br />

HISTORIAN<br />

Don Teator, Historian<br />

Tel: 518-634-2397<br />

MAINTENANCE/WATER<br />

SUPERVISOR<br />

Tim Fitzgerald/Maintenance<br />

Supervisor<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055, ext. 4<br />

Renee Hamilton, Water<br />

Superintendent<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055, ext. 4<br />

Email: rhamiltontownofgreenville@gmail.com<br />

RECYCLING CENTER<br />

Route 26A<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-522-0234<br />

GREENE COUNTY WASTE<br />

TRANSFER - COXSACKIE<br />

88 Plank Road<br />

Coxsackie, NY 12051<br />

518-731-9419<br />

Assessor’s Office<br />

Gordon Bennett, Assessor<br />

Hope Nugent, Clerk<br />

Pioneer Building<br />

11159 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 38<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5055, ext. 3<br />

Email: assessorclerk<br />

@townofgreenvilleny.com<br />

Fun Fact #2<br />

40% OF LANDFILL<br />

WASTE IS PAPER<br />

PLEASE RECYCLE<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong> • 13


AREA ORGANIZATIONS<br />

COMMON GROUND<br />

DISPUTE RESOLUTION<br />

11 William Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-0523<br />

Email: info<br />

@commongroundinc.org<br />

COMMUNITY PARTNERS<br />

OF GREENVILLE<br />

P.O. Box 252<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Email: info@cpog.org<br />

COMMUNITY ACTION<br />

OF GREENE COUNTY<br />

7856 Route 9W<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-9205<br />

CORNELL COOPERATIVE<br />

EXTENSION OF<br />

COLUMBIA AND<br />

GREENE COUNTIES<br />

AGROFORESTRY<br />

RESOURCE CENTER<br />

6055 Route 23<br />

Acra, NY 12405<br />

Tel: 518-622-9820<br />

Email: columbiagreene<br />

@cornell.edu<br />

CREATE COUNCIL<br />

ON THE ARTS<br />

P.O. Box 463<br />

398 Main Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

GREENE COUNTY<br />

CHAMBER OF<br />

COMMERCE<br />

Pamela Geskie, President<br />

and Executive Director<br />

327 Main Street<br />

P.O. Box 248<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-4222<br />

Email: info<br />

@greenecountychamber.com<br />

GREENE COUNTY<br />

HISTORICAL SOCIETY<br />

P.O. Box 44<br />

Coxsackie, NY 12051<br />

518-731-6490<br />

www.gchistory.org<br />

GREENE COUNTY<br />

INDUSTRIAL<br />

DEVELOPMENT AGENCY<br />

April Ernst, Executive Director<br />

45 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 3<br />

Coxsackie, NY 12051<br />

Tel: 518-731-5500<br />

GREENE COUNTY<br />

RURAL HEALTH<br />

NETWORK<br />

GREENE COUNTY<br />

MEDICAL ARTS CENTER<br />

159 Jefferson Heights, Suite A112<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-5072<br />

GREENE COUNTY SOIL<br />

AND WATER<br />

CONSERVATION<br />

DISTRICT<br />

907 Greene County<br />

Office Building<br />

Cairo, NY 12413<br />

Tel: 518-622-3620<br />

GREENE COUNTY YMCA<br />

35 Route 81<br />

Hope Plaza<br />

West Coxsackie, NY 12192<br />

Tel: 518-731-7529<br />

GREENE LAND TRUST<br />

P.O. Box 387<br />

Coxsackie, NY 12051<br />

Tel: 518-731-5544<br />

GREENVILLE<br />

PUBLIC LIBRARY<br />

11177 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 8<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-8205<br />

Email: greenvillelibrary<br />

@outlook.com<br />

MENTAL HEALTH<br />

ASSOCIATION<br />

OF COLUMBIA-GREENE<br />

713 Union Street<br />

Hudson, NY 12534<br />

Tel: 518-828-4619<br />

Email: enfo@mhacg.org<br />

OLANA STATE<br />

HISTORIC SITE<br />

5720 State Route 9G<br />

Hudson, NY 12534<br />

Tel: 518-828-1872<br />

www.olana.org<br />

THOMAS COLE<br />

NATIONAL<br />

HISTORIC SITE<br />

218 Spring Street<br />

Catskill, NY 12414<br />

Tel: 518-943-7465<br />

Email: info@thomascole.org<br />

14 • <strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong>


EMERGENCY<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> Rescue Squad<br />

11184 Route 81<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5530<br />

FIRE COMPANIES:<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> Volunteer<br />

Fire Company<br />

11176 Route 32<br />

P.O. Box 296<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-8911<br />

Email: Gvillefire11@aol.com<br />

Freehold Volunteer<br />

Fire Company<br />

9502 Route 32<br />

Freehold, NY 12431<br />

Tel: 518-662-0002<br />

Email: info@freeholdfireny.com<br />

POLICE:<br />

Greene County<br />

Sheriff’s Substation<br />

P.O. Box 337<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-4441<br />

POST OFFICE:<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> Post Office<br />

4912 State Route 81<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5379<br />

Freehold Post Office<br />

9467 Route 32<br />

Freehold, NY 12431<br />

Tel: 518-634-2878<br />

GREENVILLE CENTRAL<br />

SCHOOL DISTRICT<br />

District Office<br />

Michael Bennett<br />

Superintendent of Schools<br />

4982 State Route 81<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5070, ext. 501<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> High School<br />

Kristy Goergen, Principal<br />

4976 State Route 81<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5070 ext. 401<br />

goergenk@greenvillecsd.org<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> Middle School<br />

Brian Reeve, Principal<br />

Dina Klob, School Secretary<br />

4976 State Route 81<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5070 ext. 451<br />

Email: reeveb<br />

@greenvillecsd.org<br />

Scott M. Ellis<br />

Elementary School<br />

Peter Mahan, Principal<br />

Karen Overbaugh,<br />

School Secretary<br />

Aimee Morse,<br />

School Secretary<br />

11219 State Route 32<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>, NY 12083<br />

Tel: 518-966-5070 ext. 301<br />

HOSPITAL<br />

Columbia Memorial Hospital<br />

71 Prospect Avenue<br />

Hudson, NY 12534<br />

Tel: 518-828-7601<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong> • 15


The playground at Vanderbilt Town Park has seen generations of children play and grow up.<br />

File photo<br />

Visitors enjoy a fireworks show at Vanderbilt Town Park.<br />

16 • <strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong><br />

Courtesy of Lesley Smith<br />

File photo<br />

George V. Vanderbilt Town Park in <strong>Greenville</strong> marked its 30th anniversary in <strong>2022</strong>.


Vanderbilt Park<br />

marks a community milestone<br />

Thousands of visitors attend <strong>Greenville</strong> Day, held at Vanderbilt Town Park, each September.<br />

Courtesy of Lesley Smith<br />

By Melanie Lekocevic<br />

Capital Region Independent Media<br />

GREENVILLE — The town park at the<br />

center of <strong>Greenville</strong> has seen countless<br />

baseball games played on its<br />

grounds, kids growing up at its playground,<br />

festivals and so much more<br />

over the years.<br />

It’s difficult to believe Vanderbilt Park,<br />

which has become such a cornerstone<br />

of the community, is only 30<br />

years old.<br />

But that’s how long the park has been<br />

in existence, and it’s thanks to a cadre<br />

of volunteers who worked to make<br />

it happen three decades ago.<br />

Vanderbilt Park celebrated its 30th<br />

anniversary in <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

Before the park was created, the land<br />

on Route 32 was owned by a private<br />

landowner who initially wanted to<br />

sell it for around $370,000, Brian<br />

Mulligan, vice president of <strong>Community</strong><br />

Partners of <strong>Greenville</strong>, said at a<br />

presentation about the history of the<br />

park in May <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

Negotiations began and the property<br />

owner, who lived in Washington<br />

D.C. at the time, agreed to reduce the<br />

price by about $100,000 if the park<br />

would be named after her father.<br />

Her father was George V. Vanderbilt.<br />

And that is how <strong>Greenville</strong> got its<br />

town park.<br />

The final price of the property was<br />

around $240,000, Mulligan told the<br />

group.<br />

But once the land was purchased,<br />

there was plenty of work to be done<br />

to transform it into a community park<br />

— and that cost money.<br />

The <strong>Greenville</strong> Citizens Park Committee<br />

was created to fundraise and<br />

spearhead the project. The group<br />

went about getting 501c3 status,<br />

which denotes organizations that<br />

are tax exempt and not-for-profit, and<br />

then began fundraising and applying<br />

for grants.<br />

After a great deal of paperwork, fundraising<br />

and elbow grease, the organization<br />

raised enough money to make<br />

the park a reality. The land deal was<br />

finalized and work on the park began.<br />

Members of the <strong>Greenville</strong> Citizens<br />

Park Committee recall seeing volunteers<br />

sitting atop construction vehicles,<br />

preparing the land for future<br />

amenities including a soccer field,<br />

baseball field and parking lot.<br />

When construction bids came in too<br />

high, volunteers stepped up to take<br />

on the job — with volunteers ranging<br />

from a local civil engineer who lent<br />

his expertise, to high school students<br />

picking up rocks on the open field.<br />

Hundreds of people from the community<br />

got involved, Mulligan said.<br />

The work that was done to create Vanderbilt<br />

Park also led to the creation of<br />

<strong>Community</strong> Partners of <strong>Greenville</strong>, a<br />

not-for-profit organization dedicating<br />

to protecting the community’s<br />

resources — such as Prevost Hall,<br />

which the group is renovating — and<br />

hosting cultural events.<br />

Vanderbilt Park is now a 156-acre<br />

park at the center of the town with<br />

several sports fields, a playground,<br />

two barns where cultural and other<br />

events are held, picnic tables and a<br />

2.4-mile loop trail where residents<br />

and their furry canine friends stroll.<br />

And the park is still seeing upgrades<br />

and improvements. In 2020, the town<br />

and <strong>Community</strong> Partners oversaw<br />

significant improvements to the<br />

park’s trail system, funded in part<br />

by a $10,000 grant from Iroquois Gas<br />

Transmission System, and completed<br />

with the help of the town’s maintenance<br />

and highway departments.<br />

The trail improvements included the<br />

grading of shaded trails, which were<br />

also mulched with wood chips, and<br />

the parking area for the trail was<br />

expanded near the soccer fields, according<br />

to a statement from <strong>Community</strong><br />

Partners in 2020.<br />

Over the years, in addition to hosting<br />

athletics events, the park and its<br />

associated barns have played host<br />

to various events such as <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

Day, fireworks displays, chili contests<br />

and even political caucuses.<br />

Today, 30 years later, it’s hard to imagine<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> without George V. Vanderbilt<br />

Town Park.<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong> • 17


Prevost Hall:<br />

A historic gem regaining its luster<br />

File photo<br />

TOP: Prevost Hall, which sits in the center of the town, is a local historic gem that is undergoing<br />

a years-long renovation project. BOTTOM: Five of the building’s eight stained-glass windows<br />

have been releaded, and three are awaiting restoration.<br />

18 • <strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong><br />

By Melanie Lekocevic<br />

Capital Region Independent Media<br />

GREENVILLE — Sitting in the center<br />

of the town of <strong>Greenville</strong> is a historic<br />

gem that is in the process of regaining<br />

its luster.<br />

Prevost Hall, built in the 1840s as a<br />

church — which the structure remained<br />

until the 1990s — is being<br />

restored and reimagined as a community<br />

center where concerts, plays,<br />

community meals and other events<br />

will one day take place, according<br />

to Bill Von Atzingen, president of<br />

<strong>Community</strong> Partners of <strong>Greenville</strong>,<br />

the not-for-profit group that is spearheading<br />

the restoration project.<br />

But that is no easy task. The building,<br />

located on Route 32 at the center of<br />

the town, is in need of repairs, from<br />

a new roof to restored stained-glass<br />

windows to installation of modern<br />

conveniences like a handicap-accessible<br />

bathroom and a kitchenette.<br />

The years-long restoration project,<br />

which has already seen many repairs<br />

completed, remains ongoing. Advocates<br />

of the building, which is on both<br />

the National Register of Historic Places<br />

and the Greene County Historical<br />

Register, say the project is a labor of<br />

love and well worth the effort.<br />

They envision community events<br />

taking place in the building with its<br />

soaring bell tower, stunning stainedglass<br />

windows that are more than a<br />

century old, and historic heritage.<br />

“We are working on turning the building<br />

into a venue where we could have<br />

art, music, lectures, possibly a play or<br />

two — that’s our long-term goal,” Von<br />

See PREVOST, page 19


File photo<br />

Specialized equipment was needed to remove the bell from the bell tower, suspended 54 feet<br />

above the ground.<br />

The 147-year-old brass bell was removed in 2021 due to safety concerns.<br />

File photo<br />

PREVOST, from page 18<br />

Atzingen said. “Right now, we just<br />

want to secure the building so it is<br />

stabilized.”<br />

The building has already made its debut<br />

since the restoration project began<br />

several years ago. In the summer<br />

of <strong>2022</strong>, the first-ever Arts Around<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> Studio Tour was hosted<br />

in the town, with visitors beginning<br />

their tour of <strong>Greenville</strong>’s art studios<br />

in Prevost Hall and then heading out<br />

around town to visit artists’ studios<br />

and learn about their artistic process.<br />

In the summer and fall of last year,<br />

there were musical concerts hosted<br />

at the gazebo at Veterans Park at the<br />

intersection of Routes 81 and 32, but<br />

when the weather was inclement<br />

Prevost Hall was the alternate site<br />

for the concerts, and provided public<br />

bathroom facilities throughout the<br />

concert series.<br />

In November <strong>2022</strong>, on the day after<br />

Thanksgiving, the building was used<br />

for an event it hadn’t hosted in years<br />

— the traditional visit with Santa<br />

and Mrs. Claus for the community’s<br />

youngest residents.<br />

PREVOST HALL HISTORY<br />

Prevost Hall was originally the <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

Presbyterian Church, a role the<br />

structure served in for over 200 years.<br />

The church was organized on May 19,<br />

1790, and in 1793 congregants built<br />

the church’s first structure northwest<br />

of where Prevost Hall now stands, but<br />

that building was never completed,<br />

local historian Audrey Matott said at a<br />

May <strong>2022</strong> presentation of the <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

Local History Group.<br />

Several years later, in 1800, Major Augustine<br />

Prevost gifted two acres of<br />

land to the town, where Prevost Hall<br />

now stands, with the restriction that<br />

the land be used for “religious and<br />

educational use,” Matott said.<br />

The original <strong>Greenville</strong> Presbyterian<br />

Church was built on the site, but the<br />

building burned down in a fire in January<br />

1859.<br />

The following year, a new church was<br />

built — the structure now known as<br />

Prevost Hall.<br />

Over the years, extensive repairs<br />

were made to the building, including<br />

repointing of the foundation, and repairing<br />

the stained-glass windows<br />

and steeple, throughout the 1980s<br />

and 1990s.<br />

“Almost all of the damage to the steeple<br />

had been caused by years of pigeons<br />

nesting in the steeple,” Matott<br />

said.<br />

As the number of congregants in the<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> Presbyterian Church continued<br />

to dwindle, the town ultimately<br />

purchased the church in December<br />

2000 for $32,500.<br />

Over the next few years, the building<br />

was used by All Arts Matter for cultural<br />

events, including the annual visit<br />

from Santa Claus on the town’s traditional<br />

day after Thanksgiving to kick<br />

off the holiday season.<br />

But as the years wore on, the building’s<br />

deterioration grew, notably the<br />

condition of the ceiling, making Prevost<br />

Hall unsafe for public use for<br />

several years.<br />

RESTORATION EFFORTS<br />

After All Arts Matter was no longer<br />

able to maintain the building, <strong>Community</strong><br />

Partners of <strong>Greenville</strong> took<br />

over the project, spearheading repair<br />

efforts and working hand in hand<br />

with the town — which still owns the<br />

property — to restore the building to<br />

its former glory.<br />

The group has already taken several<br />

steps to stabilize the structure,<br />

including the addition of a handicap-accessible<br />

bathroom, the construction<br />

of an exit door at the rear of<br />

the building for safety purposes, and<br />

the removal of a historic bell that was<br />

housed in the bell tower for 147 years.<br />

The 42-inch brass bell, which was<br />

cast in 1874 by Meneely & Kimberly<br />

Founders of Troy, was removed in<br />

April 2021 in a delicate process by<br />

Gould Erectors and Riggers of Selkirk,<br />

which donated their services.<br />

The bell, which weighed one ton, was<br />

removed because the wooden structure<br />

that held it suspended 54 feet<br />

above the ground was rotted through<br />

and there were fears the bell would<br />

eventually have fallen. The brass bell<br />

now sits in a local resident’s home<br />

where it is being kept before being<br />

returned to Prevost Hall where it will<br />

be showcased in an outdoor display.<br />

The bell will not be returned to the<br />

bell tower, but will be on exhibit on<br />

the grounds after restoration efforts<br />

are concluded.<br />

The colorful stained-glass windows,<br />

which are more than 100 years old,<br />

also needed to be releaded. Five of<br />

See BELL, page 20<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong> • 19


BELL, from page 19<br />

the eight windows have been restored<br />

by Bovard Studio, a stainedglass<br />

company based in Iowa, and<br />

three more remain to be done.<br />

“They work literally everywhere in<br />

America,” Von Atzingen said of the<br />

company. “They are one of the largest<br />

stained-glass window restoration<br />

companies in America, so this is what<br />

they do.”<br />

Now that the bathroom has been<br />

finished, there are plans to install a<br />

small kitchenette as well.<br />

And then there are the old wooden<br />

pews, which <strong>Community</strong> Partners is<br />

looking to relocate, or repurpose, if<br />

possible.<br />

“We are trying to find woodworkers<br />

who could take some of the pews,<br />

or another church that would be interested<br />

in the pews, so they go to a<br />

good use,” Von Atzingen said. “In the<br />

space where they are right now, they<br />

take up much more room than regular<br />

tables and chairs. We don’t really<br />

want to just give them away — we are<br />

looking for people who could possibly<br />

turn them into tables and chairs<br />

that could be used in the building, to<br />

repurpose them that way.”<br />

That could be trickier than it seems.<br />

Von Atzingen said the woodworkers<br />

the organization has consulted said<br />

transforming the pews into more convenient<br />

seating would be challenging<br />

because they are curved and built on<br />

an arc, but they are still considering<br />

the possibilities.<br />

As of January <strong>2022</strong>, the biggest project<br />

on the table is repairing the roof,<br />

particularly the section by the bell<br />

tower, where it leaks during storms.<br />

At press time, <strong>Community</strong> Partners<br />

had received two bids and were<br />

awaiting a third before making a decision,<br />

but it looks like the roof repairs<br />

will cost somewhere in the range of<br />

$70,000.<br />

The group is working to apply for<br />

grants and is seeking donations to<br />

help pay for the project.<br />

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Three women moving<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> forward<br />

Contributed photo<br />

LEFT: Debra Danner, the Catskill regional manager for Coldwell Banker Prime Properties. MIDDLE: Genn Howley, co-owner of GNH Lumber and Home Center. RIGHT: Dr. Elizabeth Boomhower, owner<br />

of Catskill Valley Chiropractic.<br />

By Melanie Lekocevic<br />

Capital Region Independent Media<br />

GREENVILLE — <strong>Greenville</strong> is a town<br />

with a deep history, but it is also a<br />

community on the move, with people<br />

of many talents and interests.<br />

Residents of the town work, study,<br />

volunteer and contribute to their<br />

community in a myriad of ways, some<br />

traditional and others on the cutting<br />

edge.<br />

For three women, all of them running<br />

businesses in the town, their<br />

backgrounds and approaches may<br />

differ, but they all have one thing in<br />

common — they are women on the<br />

move, and they are helping to move<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> forward as the community<br />

builds its collective future.<br />

Dr. Liz Boomhower, Deb Danner and<br />

Genn Howley are just three of the<br />

town’s residents who are building<br />

their future in <strong>Greenville</strong>.<br />

DR. LIZ BOOMHOWER: CATSKILL VAL-<br />

LEY CHIROPRACTIC<br />

Dr. Liz Boomhower’s interests in natural<br />

and holistic practices began at an<br />

early age.<br />

Born and raised in <strong>Greenville</strong>, Boomhower<br />

decided to transform her early<br />

interests into a career, and after completing<br />

her education and training,<br />

wanted to bring her expertise back to<br />

her hometown community.<br />

“I went to <strong>Greenville</strong> Central Schools<br />

and when I was in high school, I<br />

started developing my interest in<br />

holistic practices,” she said. “At the<br />

time, it was just my interest or hobby<br />

— looking into nutrition and running<br />

and trying to be as healthy as I could.<br />

It started to wake me up to certain<br />

things like yoga and different practices<br />

to make yourself well.”<br />

As her interests grew, she found there<br />

were limitations to what was available<br />

locally.<br />

“In this area there is little opportunity<br />

for wellness practices, so I was really<br />

alone in that and I didn’t find much<br />

community here for those things,”<br />

Boomhower said.<br />

After graduating from <strong>Greenville</strong> High<br />

School, Boomhower attended Western<br />

New England University for her<br />

undergraduate work, where she was<br />

initially a pre-pharmacy major.<br />

“I realized early on through a research<br />

project how sometimes that mode<br />

of care is not necessarily addressing<br />

the root cause of dysfunction in<br />

the body,” Boomhower said. “A lot of<br />

times it just masks symptoms that<br />

are signaling something much deeper.<br />

From that first research project,<br />

I realized this was not where I was<br />

personally aligned with based on my<br />

own values. I had to trust my instincts<br />

and switch things up, so that’s why I<br />

changed to a social work major.”<br />

After earning her undergraduate degree,<br />

Boomhower decided chiropractic<br />

was the field of care she wanted to<br />

pursue and she attended the Northeast<br />

College of Health Sciences. She<br />

still uses the skills she learned as a<br />

social work major in her chiropractic<br />

work.<br />

“The skills that I learned in my undergraduate<br />

program set me apart from<br />

the chiropractor who is my colleague<br />

— they are not necessarily as in<br />

tune with more subtle contributions<br />

to pain. Rather, they are focused on<br />

what is wrong with the skeletal system,”<br />

Boomhower said. “I found that<br />

was something I bring into my practice<br />

as a chiropractor, which I think<br />

helps a lot.”<br />

Boomhower opened Catskill Valley<br />

Chiropractic in June <strong>2022</strong> on Country<br />

Estates Road, and offers a range<br />

of holistic services that complement<br />

chiropractic care, including yoga,<br />

Reiki, massage therapy, infrared sauna<br />

and group fitness classes.<br />

“Whether they come to me or another<br />

practitioner here, we all work together<br />

and I think that is what is special<br />

about what I have been able to build<br />

with the other people in my community,”<br />

Boomhower said. “We filled a<br />

gap that I found when I was younger.<br />

I came back and I want to offer these<br />

unique services to the community.”<br />

Boomhower specializes in myofascial<br />

release techniques, or muscle work<br />

techniques, in her chiropractic care,<br />

using a gentle approach, which she<br />

believes is essential to getting longterm<br />

relief from pain and other maladies.<br />

“It’s a great way to introduce chiropractic<br />

care to the body, if you just<br />

do gentle muscle work and adjustments,”<br />

she said. “In my practice, I<br />

find that more and more people are<br />

frustrated with the standard medical<br />

system. Once you enter it, you are in<br />

this whirlwind and sometimes it just<br />

See WOMEN, page 22<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong> • 21


Dr. Elizabeth Boomhower provides chiropractic care at Catskill Valley Chiropractic.<br />

Contributed photo<br />

WOMEN, from page 21<br />

covers up what is happening in the<br />

body.”<br />

Boomhower’s “practice members”<br />

— the people who come to her for<br />

care — seek relief for a range of conditions,<br />

from shoulder, neck and back<br />

pain to headaches.<br />

Returning to the community where<br />

she grew up, and offering a range<br />

of services that may not have been<br />

available in one space, has been gratifying,<br />

she said.<br />

“It feels great — I am so happy to be<br />

back,” Boomhower said. “I love having<br />

my family close. It’s been overwhelming<br />

how great it’s been to be back in<br />

the community and be someone who<br />

is helping people.”<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> is a town where opportunities<br />

continue to grow, she said.<br />

“I think our town has so much potential<br />

as far as building things locally so<br />

no one has to commute to Albany or<br />

to Glenmont or Kingston or Catskill,”<br />

Boomhower said. “I think a lot can be<br />

built up here with that community<br />

support. There’s a lot of potential in<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> that is very unique to this<br />

area, and I am very happy to be a part<br />

of it.”<br />

DEBRA DANNER: COLDWELL BANKER<br />

PRIME PROPERTIES<br />

Debra Danner came to live in <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

through a different route — she<br />

moved here from New York City many<br />

years ago, and came to love the community<br />

she has called home for decades.<br />

“I lived in Brooklyn for 34 years. We<br />

actually had the largest tow truck<br />

company in Brooklyn, with 14 trucks,<br />

so we had a big business going<br />

there,” Danner said.<br />

But while Brooklyn offered financial<br />

opportunity, Danner and her late husband<br />

found they wanted something<br />

more.<br />

“We moved up here because we<br />

wanted more quality of life for our<br />

children when they were getting to<br />

be of school age,” she said. “We knew<br />

we had to get out of Brooklyn — you<br />

can make a ton of money there, but<br />

we really wanted to have a more<br />

quality, country, easy life.”<br />

As a child, Danner’s aunt owned<br />

a boarding house in the town of<br />

Catskill, so she and her family came<br />

up for vacations in the summer. She<br />

grew to love the area and when the<br />

time came to relocate to offer her<br />

family a rural way of life, Danner knew<br />

the place she wanted to call home.<br />

“Upstate here was a vacation for<br />

me — I would come up here and<br />

play with cows, I worked in the little<br />

farm next door. You couldn’t do that<br />

in Brooklyn,” Danner said. “I had the<br />

best of both worlds — I had the city<br />

life and I had the country life. But I<br />

knew that once I got old enough, I<br />

wanted that for my children. I wanted<br />

the country life.”<br />

So Danner and her husband returned<br />

to the area she had known as a child<br />

and looked for the place where they<br />

would build their future.<br />

“We found land in <strong>Greenville</strong> and we<br />

purchased 100 acres,” she said. “For<br />

four years, we just had a camper and<br />

we would come up every weekend<br />

and stay in the camper until eventually<br />

we decided to sell our business<br />

and build our dream home, so we<br />

came up here to live full-time.”<br />

She never looked back. Danner and<br />

her family moved to <strong>Greenville</strong> in 1990<br />

and she has been here for the past 32<br />

years.<br />

Once they had their dream home, the<br />

Danners looked around for ways to<br />

make a living in their new community.<br />

Danner’s late husband bought<br />

transporters — 10-car carriers used<br />

to transport automobiles — and she<br />

opened an ice cream shop named<br />

Scoops.<br />

“That was fun,” Danner said. “My husband<br />

then opened a little car lot right<br />

next to the ice cream shop to sell<br />

used cars. Shortly into it, I saw that<br />

he would sell one car and I would<br />

have to scoop a hundred cones. So<br />

I needed something bigger — bigger<br />

than cones. That’s how I got into real<br />

estate.”<br />

She joined Coldwell Banker Prime<br />

Properties and hasn’t looked back<br />

since.<br />

“That was over 20 years ago and<br />

I never left,” Danner said. “It’s an<br />

amazing company. I can’t say enough<br />

about it. They are a big corporation<br />

but they are owned by a family, so<br />

everything is just so family oriented.”<br />

The real estate firm is big and continues<br />

to grow — and so do Danner’s<br />

opportunities with the company.<br />

See MOVING, page 23<br />

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GNH Lumber and Home Center on Route 32 in <strong>Greenville</strong>.<br />

Contributed photo<br />

The offices of Coldwell Banker Prime Properties, of Route 32 in <strong>Greenville</strong>.<br />

Contributed photo<br />

MOVING, from page 22<br />

“Over the years, I went from managing<br />

one office to two offices and now<br />

I am the Catskill regional manager,<br />

so I run nine offices,” she said. “They<br />

are the No. 1 Coldwell Banker in the<br />

state of New York for 13 years in a row.<br />

They sell more dollars in real estate<br />

than any other Coldwell Banker in<br />

the state and they rank fourth in the<br />

Northeast and 10th in the nation, so<br />

I work for the biggest, baddest Coldwell<br />

Banker, and I sit right here in<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>. It’s awesome.”<br />

In addition to her real estate work,<br />

Danner has been an active volunteer<br />

in the community for decades,<br />

as a Life Member of the fire department<br />

auxiliary, and a nearly 20-year<br />

member with <strong>Community</strong> Partners<br />

of <strong>Greenville</strong>. She joined the former<br />

after she witnessed the work volunteer<br />

firefighters do when there was<br />

a brush fire on her property, and the<br />

latter when the town park was being<br />

built.<br />

“I wanted to volunteer and help in any<br />

way I could,” Danner said, adding that<br />

over the years she has volunteered<br />

for Meals on Wheels, she was director<br />

of the local Chamber of Commerce,<br />

and served as a volunteer for various<br />

community events like <strong>Greenville</strong> Day<br />

and the Balloon Festival, and now is<br />

co-chair of the <strong>Greenville</strong> Planning<br />

Board.<br />

“I just try to do what can, when I can,”<br />

Danner said. “It’s not easy to balance<br />

everything — my family life, my job<br />

and my volunteer work. It’s important<br />

to be a part of the community and not<br />

just speak up when things are wrong<br />

— I want to be one of those people<br />

that has a voice and tries to make<br />

things better.”<br />

GENN HOWLEY: GNH<br />

For Genn Howley, co-owner of the<br />

family-owned GNH Lumber and Home<br />

Center, <strong>Greenville</strong> has been home to<br />

generations of her family, and she<br />

lives in a house just a short distance<br />

from the home where she grew up.<br />

And that is the way she likes it.<br />

“GNH was started by the Ingalls family<br />

in 1916 by my great-grandfather,<br />

Stanley L. Ingalls,” Howley said. “My<br />

great-grandfather’s father had a mobile<br />

steam sawmill so it goes back<br />

to the 1900s, and his son thought it<br />

would be a great idea to have a store<br />

that sold lumber and hardware because<br />

they were actually cutting timber<br />

in Greene County and delivering<br />

it by what they referred to back in the<br />

day as the Teamsters. Teamsters back<br />

then were wagons, so they pulled all<br />

that lumber down and sold it under<br />

the GNH namesake.”<br />

The store’s name was originally<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong>-Norton Hill Lumber. In 1937,<br />

the name was shortened to GNH, and<br />

the business’s signature logo — the<br />

letters “GNH” with a roofline atop<br />

them — was created. It still graces the<br />

store’s signage, website and more.<br />

“The first store was started in Norton<br />

Hill. That was the only location that<br />

we had,” Howley said. “When Stanley<br />

L. opened that it was started in their<br />

house — they owned the house that<br />

was attached to their property and<br />

started the storefront after that.”<br />

The <strong>Greenville</strong> location was opened<br />

in 2004, on a site on Route 32 that<br />

had previously been owned by Ames<br />

Department Store, which went bankrupt.<br />

“We now have three locations,” Howley<br />

said. “Technically, <strong>Greenville</strong> is<br />

our flagship store, then we have a<br />

location in Windham and a location<br />

in Latham.”<br />

When Howley was working towards<br />

her bachelor’s degree at SUNY Plattsburgh,<br />

majoring in marketing and<br />

communications, she did not intend<br />

to work for the family business. But<br />

an unexpected offer would turn into<br />

a lifetime devotion.<br />

“My dad offered me an opportunity<br />

to do my internship with a lumber<br />

company, doing their advertising<br />

and marketing,” she said. “Once I<br />

started working at the family business<br />

through that internship, I really<br />

enjoyed what I was doing and upon<br />

graduation, my father offered me a<br />

full-time job doing specifically the<br />

marketing and advertising.”<br />

Since her start with GNH, Howley has<br />

expanded her knowledge base and<br />

found she loved the family business.<br />

“When you are in a family business,<br />

you learn to wear multiple hats,<br />

so over the years, I learned how to<br />

sell lumber and building materials,<br />

I learned how to sell windows and<br />

doors, and I currently oversee all<br />

the marketing and advertising for<br />

all locations, as well as I do kitchen<br />

and bath design,” Howley said. “Most<br />

people know me now as the voice of<br />

GNH — I record all of our radio spots<br />

just to keep it very human, to make<br />

a connection to the small town that I<br />

grew up in and I try to keep it at that<br />

level, instead of making it feel like it’s<br />

corporate.”<br />

Over the years, she found she had a<br />

special affinity for the design aspect<br />

of the business.<br />

Howley now co-owns the store with<br />

two other family members.<br />

“We work alongside all of our employees,”<br />

she said. “Every single one of us<br />

who is in ownership does that. We<br />

don’t assume that we have a role or<br />

title — we just go in every day and do<br />

our job. We are probably as low key<br />

as you can assume anyone would<br />

be — it is just something that we are<br />

passionate about.”<br />

Howley grew up in <strong>Greenville</strong> and<br />

lives in Freehold now, two miles from<br />

the house where she grew up. Leaving<br />

<strong>Greenville</strong> was never even considered,<br />

she said.<br />

“I never had a thought in my mind<br />

that I would leave here, and I raised<br />

my children here,” Howley said. “I<br />

think the best thing about <strong>Greenville</strong><br />

is the fact that it hasn’t lost its<br />

small-town feel. It truly is a place<br />

where people smile, hold doors, are<br />

very much community focused. And<br />

when people move here and are new<br />

to the community, they’re welcomed.<br />

It’s a place where people start to recognize<br />

you as part of the community,<br />

and the community becomes part of<br />

your family.”<br />

“That is one of my absolute favorite<br />

things about this area,” she added.<br />

“Whether or not you are related to everyone<br />

or you are transplanted here,<br />

you become part of the community<br />

and people recognize you or your<br />

children, and we’re all connected by<br />

that.”<br />

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targeted to key areas within a school district’s footprint<br />

in key markets. We direct mail to 6,000 households,<br />

with an additional 500 distributed at locations such as<br />

tourism offices, the chamber of commerce and realtors<br />

to distribute throughout the year to new residents and<br />

visitors to the region. The <strong>Community</strong> <strong>Guidebook</strong>s are a<br />

complete resource for everything you need to know about<br />

the community — Information on town government, the<br />

schools, community service organizations, churches,<br />

recreation and much more. And now in print and digital.<br />

For more information: Call Warren Dews Jr. at<br />

413-212-0130 or email wdewsjr@gmail.com<br />

COMMUNITYGUIDEBOOKS.COM<br />

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