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April 5, 2014

Roberts, Fox at newly opened real estate office

Keller Williams, a real estate franchise, has expanded its network to local counties with the opening of Keller Williams Upstate NY Properties in 31 Main St. in Oneonta. 

Led by Barbara Roberts, operating principal, and Fox, team leader, the newest Keller Williams office offers buyers and sellers service with more than 35 agents in Otsego, Delaware, Chenango and Schoharie counties, a media release said.

The coverage area includes Oneonta, Cooperstown, Margaretville and the Catskills, Delhi, Stamford, Sidney and Norwich. Roberts and Fox formerly were broker/owners of Prudential Fox Properties,

“Keller Williams is excited about opening a new market center in Central New York” said Marc Weiss, Upstate NY regional director, said in the release. “Our company has a policy of limiting its market presence by selecting only the premier partners in any given area. These individuals are top producers, or have the potential to be so.”

Keller Williams Upstate NY Properties’ affiliation with Keller Williams is effective immediately. For more information, call 431-2540 or send email to

Keller Williams Realty Inc., which opened its first office in 1983, is the largest real estate franchise company in North America, with about 700 offices and 96,000 associates in more than a dozen countries around the world, the release said. 

Fly Creek Cider Mill to reopen for season

Renovations and traditions will mark the reopening Thursday of The Fly Creek Cider Mill for its 158th season.

The historic, water-powered cider mill has vintage equipment and sells apples, cider, cheese and fudge and other specialty foods. New this year is the completed restoration of the water turbine that powers the mill, according to a media release.

This project phase was the third and most extensive restoration of the turbine works since the Michaels family purchased the mill in 1962. Una-Lam of Sidney replaced the 12-foot tall wooden water silo, and Cardish Machine Works of Watervliet repaired the Lesner turbine.

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