Our Firm Is Growing!

Sholes & Miller, PLLC is pleased to announce that the law firm is welcoming two additional owners, attorneys Kimberly L. Brown and Leilani J. Rodriguez.

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Sholes & Miller Strengthens the Community by Supporting Dutchess Outreach’s Local Food Access Programs

10.5% of U.S. households were food insecure2 in 2019. That number has been estimated to have doubled during the current COVID-19 health crisis3. In Dutchess County alone, 26,130 individuals suffer from food insecurity. That’s 8.8% of the population1. In the language of the federal government, food insecurity is defined as when a person or a family has “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods or limited or uncertain ability to acquire food in socially acceptable ways.” The need for local food assistance has been exacerbated by widening income inequality.

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