Beginning in February, the Friends of the Village Library (FoVL) invites the community to join them in our third annual month-long celebration of our Village Library in conjunction with National Library Lovers’ Month. For the full calendar of events as well as participating businesses please see our Library Lovers’ Month page at https://villagelibraryofcooperstown.org/friends-of-the-village-library/libraryloversmonth/
Join us Sunday, April 16, 2023, from 3:00—4:00 p.m. in the Village Hall’s 3rd floor Ballroom as Lewis M. Simons, Pulitzer Prize winner and author, discusses his newest book To Tell The Truth, about his experiences spanning fifty years as a foreign correspondent.
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Join the Friends of the Village Library and Otsego 2000 for a panel discussion on “New York State’s Energy Plan— How Does It Affect Our Community?”
Topics will include the process for siting of renewable energy projects, the possible use of farmland and forest and how multiple use might be encouraged, and the present and future energy demands in our region and state and how that demand might be met. Moderated by Dan Sullivan, Town Supervisor of Richfield, the panel will include: Danny Lapin, a Revitalization Specialist with the NYS Department of State Office of Planning, Development, and Community Infrastructure Keith Schue, who has been engaged in New York energy policy since 2010 and currently volunteers as a technical advisor for New York Energy & Climate Advocates David Kay, a Senior Extension Associate and Department Extension Leader in Cornell University’s Department of Global Development