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email@example.com MINERVA Ñ The Minerva Town Board met for its first (of two) regular meetings for the month on April 3 with a crowd of about a dozen citizens in attendance. On the agenda were several project updates, including one on the townÕ s Cleaner, Greener Community Grant, awarded to the town in 2013. This NYS Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) program empowers communities and encourages them to be more sustainable by implementing smart growth practices. The grant ties in with an effort to develop projects that lead to the creation of regional sustainability plans. The town received a grant of $50,875 to update its 2004 Comprehensive Plan and to develop a town-wide facilities plan. The work would result in a plan to reduce energy use, integrate the use of renewable energy, and encourage the use of renewables. To fully take advantage of the grant, the town would dedicate $16,875 of funds to the project as a match. Councilman LaBar suggested that the town modify the existing Comprehensive Plan to develop a scaled-down version of the plan, hiring a consultant to assist with the update. Councilman McCall felt that the update would not be a complicated process and the town could complete the update without hiring a consultant. The board was hesitant to make a $16,875 commitment toward the project - which includes a Request for Proposal (RFP) process, because it was not budgeted for 2014. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
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Indian Lake Superintendent Mark Brand gives a ﬁshing lesson to students in the library. Photo provided
Local non-profit needs a lifeline By Pete DeMola firstname.lastname@example.org
INDIAN LAKE Ñ H elping Hands needs a helping hand. Faced with increases in state-mandated training for their staff, the Indian Lake-based elderly care providers are turning to Adirondack Gives, a regional crowd-funding website designed to help raise money for struggling non-profit agencies. With all of the little rising costs in business, itÕ s becoming harder to stay afloat and to maintain the quality of care provided by their staff, said Helping Hands office manager Nina Dickinson. Materials that were once provided at little or low-cost now have to be charged, like audio materials for basic training, webinars and
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professional digests, many of which clock in at $150 per employee. ÒT his is due to the ever-changing legal aspects of providing care in a digital world,Ó said Dickinson. ÒS ometimes this ends up accumulating to $1000 just to do minimal training.Ó These costs put the agency, which serves about 35 elderly residents of Hamilton County throughout 13 settlements, between a rock and a hard place because it forces them to choose between the training and direct licensed care. Dickinson said the situation is magnified because health care within the county, which is the least populated in the state, is confined to several small centers that are satellites of larger organizations, like the Hamilton County Public Health Nursing Service. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
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Signal strength: Long Lake gears up for high-speed Internet email@example.com
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Pastel Society to present first awards
LONG LAKE Ñ Residents emerged from their dens on Tuesday, April 1 to receive an update on a tech project that will eventually deliver shiny new highspeed Internet access to their homes and businesses by late-summer. Joe Hockey, an engineer with SLIC, the St. Lawrence County-based company who landed the contract for the project, said the final grants should go through by April 15 Ñ that will allow for the construction of a 21-mile backbone from the Wild Center in Tupper Lake to Long Lake Ñ before the buildout
to Long Lake on June 1 and the final phase of running fiber service directly to homes, an installation process that the company hopes will be ready by August 1. The project, which was made possible through funds secured through state grants, will see service expanded to 683 households and 67 businesses. In town, a broadband committee has been meeting since November to determine how to best utilize the service. Ò We plan on sending out a survey to residents and homeowners to hear their thoughts,Ó said Parks and Recs Director Alex Roalsvig, who is also the committee chief. Ò We look forward to educating and getting people excited about this new opportunity.Ó
Roalsvig said residents should expect the surveys at the end of April or the beginning of May. Online versions, provided residents have access, will also be available. Business owners seemed pleased at the progress. Ò We have an online presence and weÕ d surely benefit from highspeed access,” said Bill Sandiford, owner of ADK Trading Post, a specialty grocery store. Sandiford said the possible wi-fi hotspots that the town is exploring would be particularly useful for the campers from Lake Eaton who patronize his shop during the summer. Ò The faster the better.Ó
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Engelhart to lead discussion
JOHNSBURG Ñ Steven Engelhart, executive for Adirondack Architectural Heritage, will be at the Town of Johnsburg Library April 17 at 7 p.m. to do a program on Adirondack Architecture: Great Camps and the Rustic Tradition. A number of our camps, including Sagamore, Santanoni, Pine Knot and Eagle Island are National Historic Landmarks. Come and join us to learn more about the history of this rustic style. Call the library for questions 251-4343.
Easter celebration slated
NORTH CREEK Ñ Mountain View Community Church invites you to an Easter Celebration Service at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek on Sunday, April 20 at 11 a.m. Coffee and snacks will be available at 10:30 a.m. and after the service. Kids ages 3 thru 6th grade will have a blast worshiping with Vertical KIDZ. We also have a nursery for kids 2 and under.
Continued from page 1 Ò WeÕ re at the forefront of keeping elderly in homes and not out-of-county, which would therefore result in a loss of income in towns and counties,Ó she said. Ò We are literally, truly hanging on by the skins of our teeth. WeÕ re just looking for any relief to provide the best quality we can in the financial picture we face. If they go against us, we may have to close our doors.Ó Helping Hands hopes to raise $750 through the campaign by May 30. Those seeking to make a contribution can do so by going to adirondackcares.org and searching for the organization. Ò WeÕ re wondering if weÕ re going to be here tomorrow.Ó
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Adirondack Pastel Society to hold its first membership award exhibition and sale NORTH CREEK Ñ The Adirondack Pastel Society will be holding its first Membership Award Exhibit and Sale at the Tannery Pond Community Center, Widlund Gallery, North Creek from March 22 through April 23, 2014. The public is welcome to join the members in celebrating the best of pastels and enjoy refreshments at the Awards Reception on Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. The show will be juried by Master Pastellist, Robert Carsten. The Adirondack Pastel Society was founded in Glens Falls in 2008 with the objective to provide opportunities to pastel artists, educate the public, gallery owners and collectors about the merits and beauty of the soft pastel medium. With over 40 members from around the Adirondack region, many of the members have earned national recognition from the Pastel Society of America, a nationally recognized organization in New York City. Tannery Pond Community Center is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays, when the Ò openÓ flag is out. Buses and groups are welcome, and the building is wheelchair accessible.
Continued from page 1 However, the board had approved the NYSERDA grant application when it was submitted, knowing that a successful application would mean that the match would need to be identified and used. Supervisor McNally echoed the boardÕ s reluctance about moving forward, but said he would check into it. In reference to the comprehensive plan, he said Ò itÕ s not like itÕ s a law Ð the plan is only ideas and guidelines.Ó In the highway superintendantÕ s report, Bruce McGinn mentioned that county Route 30 is earmarked for repaving from its intersection with state Route 28N to near the Wilson Road depending on the amount of material. This particular stretch of highway is in bad shape, according to McGinn. The board also indicated that it is planning to log its approximately 25-acre parcel of land behind the water tank off Church Road. The town will likely hire a forester to assist with this process. John Paradis, a retired forester, said he was willing to walk the property with Highway Superintendant McGinn and Supervisor McNally to scope out its logging potential. During the first public comment period, Ed Healey reported on his interactions with Frontier Communications in regard to his slow DSL connection. He said that Frontier is not happy when customers complain about their service; the company did indicate that it would be upgrading the system at some point. Healey stated that he argued with Frontier that his high-speed connection wasnÕ t fast enough and that his activism led to a discount on his bill. He encouraged customers to call FrontierÕ s Tech Support, then customer service in order to be heard. Improvements need to be made to FrontierÕ s infrastructure.
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Fly fishing workshops set in Newcomb throughout summer
NEWCOMB — Two weekend fly fishing workshops will be offered here by the Northern Forest Institute (NFI) this year. Geared toward beginning fly fishers, the spring and fall workshops will not only focus on the art of fly casting and fly fishing but, in keeping with the mission of NFI, will also emphasize the natural science of fly fishing. Participants will receive instruction about proper gear and casting; the ecology of Adirondack streams, rivers and ponds; and the insect and fish life that the region’s brook, brown and rainbow trout feed on. The technique known as Ò catch and releaseÓ will be emphasized to promote conservation of the AdirondackÕ s fresh-
water fish resources. Participants will also be introduced to the art of fly tying. Instruction will take place in and around the Adirondack Interpretive Center and fishing excursions are planned nearby. The workshops will be taught by licensed fly fishing guides with backgrounds in environmental science. No prior knowledge of fly fishing is necessary, nor is gear, which will be made available. There is a special price for those wishing to attend both workshops, as the second workshop will build on what is learned in the first. There is space for 15 participants who will stay in cabins on the Newcomb Campus of the
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. The spring workshop will be May 30 and 31 and June 1. The fall workshop will be Sept. 12 through 14. The cost to attend each workshops is $199 per person and includes meals, lodging, instruction, equipment and guided fishing. A special rate of $375 is available to those who take both workshops. The workshops are open to anyone age 12 and up, although minors must
have an adult in attendance. Participants over the age of 16 must have a New York state fishing license which is available at http://www. dec.ny.gov/permits/6091.html This is a great opportunity to learn a wonderfully satisfying skill and practice it in a breathtakingly beautiful Adirondack setting. For more information or to reserve a spot, contact the Adirondack Interpretive Center in Newcomb at 582-2000 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running from the Flies 5K Race set LONG LAKE Ñ The Town of Long Lake in partnership with John Dillon Park, International Paper and Paul SmithÕ s College have announced the third annual Running from the Flies 5K running race on Sunday, June 15 at 10 a.m. New for 2014 is a one-mile Kids Dash. This is a shorter race on a different course for kids ages 12 and under. The registration fees are the same as adults to cover the cost of the t-shirt. Pre-registration fee is $15 per person or $20 day of the race. Racers will receive t-shirts and participation ribbons. The race kicks off at 10am. The 5K course is mixed dirt and gravel with some flat terrain and gradual hills. Trophies will be awarded to the overall top male and female runners. Time: 10am Ð race Start time 8:30am Ð 10am Ð Registration $20/$15 preregistration Pre-registration required by June 2 to guarantee T-shirt Parking will be available one mile north of the entrance to John Dillon Park. Shuttle vans move participants and spectators to the Welcome Center starting at 8am. Due to the remote location guests are encouraged to bring all items needed to the race site. Gear storage will be available. It is a minimum of ten minutes travel time to the race site. The shuttle stops running 10 minutes before the race so please arrive early to gain access to the site.
John Dillon Park is located at 2150 Tupper Road in Long Lake is owned by International Paper and managed by Paul SmithÕ s College. It is a mobility accessible campground on the shores of Grampus Lake located in Long Lake. The campground is open to everyone and offers free on-site lean-to camping making the natural landscape of the Adirondacks available to everyone, especially people with disabilities. John Dillon Park boasts nine lean-toÕ s built for accessibility. There are wide trails, flat throughout the park to accommodate wheelchairs so anyone can enjoy the beauty and natural surroundings along Grampus Lake and a new site on Handsome Pond. Directions to the park: From the NYS Thruway (I-90): Exit 27 at Amsterdam; north on Route 30 through the villages of Speculator, Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, and Long Lake. Campground is 4 miles north on Route 30 from Long Lake Village on the right side of the road. From Tupper Lake: Route 30 south, 15.5 miles from Village of Tupper Lake, left side of the road. Northbound: From Adirondack Northway (I-87), Exit 23 at Warrensburg; Route 9 north to Route 28 west to Indian Lake Village; Route 30 north to Long Lake. Campground is 4 miles north of Village of Long Lake on the right side of the road.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LaRocque are in the possession of a painting by Miss Alice Ives, a former English/Art teacher at Johnsburg Central School, who was well-known for her expertise in the arts. The LaRocques would like to donate the painting to the Johnsburg Town Hall, and would like to have an art show of Miss Ives’ works at the Johnsburg Town Library. They would appreciate it if anyone who has a painting (or paintings) by Miss Ives would consider loaning them now for a two-month display at a later date, perhaps in the fall. The paintings will be picked up and returned after the art show. The show date will be scheduled by Mrs. Anne Morse, Johnsburg Library Art Director. Please call (518) 251-2649 and leave a message if you have a painting or paintings to share.
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oyota has been through it: lawyers smelling blood in the water, injured consumers, and those going for the gold by signing on to class-action lawsuits. Now itÕ s General MotorsÕ turn. Thousands of G.M. vehicles are part of the current faulty ignition-switch recall, another auto company scandal and shakedown, er, problem (witness Toyota and its Òu nintended accelerationÓ w oes). Last week, a U.S. judge in Texas decided to Òg o slowÓ after lawyers and families of victims called for a corporate lynching. They want General Motors to ground 2.53 million cars due to the defective ignition. So, how do 2.53 million drivers get around without their cars? ItÕ s an immense problem that no consumer lawyer, or even a federal judge, can get their hands around. In fact, the problem might cause its own spin off of lawsuits (to which many in our area will be happy to sign on to). G.M. is one of only two remaining U.S.-owned auto companies. Chrysler, like it or not, is really a foreign car company now being owned by the Italians thanks to Uncle Sam giving away that farm to foreigners just after the U.S. taxpayer bailed it out. And, ironically, as a new, leaner, meaner G.M., under Mary BarraÕ s leadership, was emerging from its predecessorÕ s bankrupt Government Motors bailout image, the old G.M. made a creepy reappearance, much like actor Jack NicholsonÕ s weird movie character in ÒT he ShiningÓ. ToyotaÕ s scandal and subsequent $1.2 billion shakedown by the DOJÑ due to the controversial unintended acceleration debacleÑw as in the big news just as the G.M. problem moved up in the headlines to remind us that itÕ s always open season on big business. But in fairness to the Detroit boys and girlsÑh ey, if Toyota vehicles werenÕ t grounded over the acceleration problem (which had casualties, too) why should G.M.Õ s vehicles be grounded? With millions of these G.M vehicles already over the 100,000-mile mark on the odometer, why the sudden urgency to ground fleets of the
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cars? Many G.M. cars have well over 100,000 miles and; so far, no ignition-failure problem. Are the ignition failures in vehicles with over 100,000 miles or under? (We donÕ t seem to know.) No matter, why should we stop driving our car based on a few accidents (and deaths)? We are told that thereÕ s a problem with the airbag power. Well, what we donÕ t hear in the news reports is the fact that G.M. passenger airbags (the bags in question of failure) have a backup power source; part of engineering safety in-depth. So, we must agree with G.M. attorney David Balser. He told the Texas judge hearing the case that grounding 2.53 million cars would be Òu nprecedentedÓ an d Òc ause chaos.Ó How about the math: 31 crashes and 12 deaths since 2001 out of 2.53 million vehicles; not something for G.M. to be proud of, yet it doesnÕ t take an Alan Turing to notice that 31 events out of 2.53 million in 13 years is, well, not something requiring the grounding of an entire fleet. An observation: If there is a bona fide catastrophic flaw running through every single ignition switch installed in 2.53 million cars, wouldnÕ t there be a far higher number of crashes and deaths that weÕ d be hearing about?. How are other G.M. drivers reacting to all this? There is a Facebook-based group of recreational Chevrolet HHR owners. Members are still cruising around and enjoying their fun, spiffy retro-styled cars. Sure, the news is unsettling, but remember that so much of what we hear in the media is composed of equal parts of hype and hysteria. Spurned owners aside, when there are DOJ and other lawyers sniffing the water for corporate blood... Need I say more? Will G.M. end up exactly like ToyotaÑa oneway trip to Shakedown City. Will it be forced to pay out for a problem that, at least statistically, doesn’t appear as catastrophic as first reported by the news media and the attorneys of victims and consumer groups. Ñ D enton Publications Editorial Board
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n the community newsplaced with crisis type issues paper business there is requiring more than the nornever a good time to get mal amount of detailed ataway from the office and just tention. Before departing we kick back and relax. Somehad two sudden resignations, thing is always going on that two long term retirement anrequires attention. nouncements in the editorial Plan ahead all you want but department, and we finalized things always seem to heat up our plans to install a new right before one takes leave. digital press requiring some This past week, I had the office retro-fitting. I also manDan Alexander opportunity to attend the Asaged to kill the entire phone Thoughts from sociation of Free Community system in our Ticonderoga ofBehind the Pressline Papers Conference in warm fice. IÕ m told the hard drive and sunny Orlando, Florida. failed while I was doing some I am privileged to serve on their board of programming and it wasnÕ t really my fault directors and my wife Gayle is very active but I have been known for making changes on the conference committee, primarily re- just prior to leaving that left things in the sponsible for food and entertainment for lurch before, so IÕ m not getting much of a 350 of our close friends from around the pass from the staff. United States and Canada. Despite being assured the Ti phone sysConference week requires long days, jugtem was repaired before I left the Ti office gling schedules and running down many late Friday night the system was not fully details to have the event proceed without operational until Thursday morning of a hitch. But, of course, hitches happen like the following week. Throughout the conthe Keynote speaker getting stranded in ference and into this week vacation time, a Minnesota snow storm and the Manta regardless of its importance to re-charge roller coaster ride breaking down at Sea the battery, is never more than a part-time World with several publishers trapped for pursuit while pressing issues at the office 20 minutes. Only one required hospitalizacontinue to take precedence. tion for hypertension. Over the years I always marveled at my But thatÕ s a different story all together, friend Paul Sands of WPTZ when he would for tonight I sit here technically on vacabe on vacation. His weekly editorial durtion hoping to enjoy a few days of this ing his time off was a video of him floating warm, Florida sun after being confined inin a swimming pool, on a raft with a book side a conference hall for the better part of while birds chirped and the gentle water of a week. But drafting this column late Sunthe pool filter gurgled in the background. day night stands between me and my well Then he would lift his eyes from the book deserved week. as he floated toward the camera, and proIn todayÕ s fast-paced world it is difficlaim not now he was on vacation. cult to leave it all behind, try as one might. Well consider this column as my attempt Electronically weÕ re always connected and to let you know, IÕ m still taking calls and the connections are constantly improving. working on issues back home but needed That is unless you break them or have the to get this space filled before I can sign out ability to turn them off. IÕ m one of those for a week of R&R from a beautiful spot a who just canÕ t let go. few feet away from the Gulf of Mexico. As is usually the case, before leaving the I promise to bring some of this warm North Country, I do my best to address is- weather back north with me in a few days sues that might create a problem while IÕ m as I return to our beloved North County. gone. Fix a computer or two, order some Until next week I hope youÕ ll consider me new equipment, or do some modest phone just Ò kickinÕ backÓ .. system repairs. Dan Alexander is publisher and CEO of Denton PubSomehow no matter when I try to get away the routine always seems to be re- lications. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Seek NY opinion on pipeline To the News Enterprise: The North Country Chamber of Commerce is the largest business and economic development organization in northern New York and the Lake Champlain region, representing more than 4,200 predominantly small employers across Essex, Clinton, Franklin, Hamilton and northern Warren Counties. We are strategically committed to the sustainable economic future of our shared, bi-state Champlain Valley region, working actively over the last twenty years across the lake on such endeavors as the Lake Champlain Basin Plan. Looking ahead, the Addison-Rutland Natural Gas Project, now before the Addison County Regional Planning Commission for review, holds an historic opportunity for Vermont and New York to jointly sustain a major source of shared employment and economic activity while also significantly enhancing the environment, all by assisting International Paper in the planned transition from heavy oil to natural gas. Given the broad regional importance of this pending project, and the critical importance of bi-state cooperation and partnership in what is our shared future, we hope the Commission will provide sufficient time and opportunity for all areas of the Lake Champlain region to be part of the dialogue and input, and that the Commission will in the end advance this important project in support of our joint economic and environmental future. Garry Douglas President North Country Chamber of Commerce
Trivia Night a success To the News Enterprise: Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties would like to thank the Lake Placid Rotary Club and its literacy committee for hosting another successful trivia night on April 1 at the Comfort Inn in Lake Placid. This fun-filled and friendly event brought more than 150 people together to raise much-needed funds for local literacy projects. Team Learned Lukers led by Bob Hanna claimed first place, followed by the Literacy Bombers led by Cheryl Schiller. After a tough tiebreaker, third place was awarded to team Maple Madness led by Sybil Quayle. Literacy Volunteers is a charitable organization that enables people over the age of 16 to achieve personal goals through
student-centered literacy tutoring. Literacy Volunteers and the adult learners we support benefit directly from the funds raised by the Rotary Club. Literacy is crucial to building strong communities. Without literacy, adults must follow others, wait for answers, and hope for opportunities. Literacy leads. It leads to employment, independence, and opportunities. It is the foundation of education, and when adults read, his or her children read. When families read, our communities become more active and stronger. Support from the Rotary Club ensures that our adult literacy programs continue to changes lives of residents in the Tri-Lakes region. We would not be able to deliver our effective and proven programs without their help. Maria Burke Literacy Volunteers
Johnsburgh Central School Mrs. KnickerbockerÕ s class My favorite thing to do on weekends is color with markers.-Lexi Sharp On the weekend, I like to plan on going to hotels with my family and Carly.-Sadie Porter On the weekend, sometimes my family goes to the arcade in the mall. I like the African safari hunting game. My brother is three, and he likes a safari truck game where you have to lasso a bunch of animals.Rowan Olesheski My favorite thing to do on the weekend is to go to my cousinÕ s house. Her name is Madison. We play in her room.-Haley Mosher My favorite thing to do on the weekend is playing hide-and-go-seek with my brother and my sister.Ember
To the News Enterprise: Opinions, freedom, rights and wrongs - This editorial is the best editorial I have ever read and and should be featured on the front page of every newspaper, magazine, television, radio and other major media outlets instead of tucked away in a tiny Northwoods publication. I can hardly believe that anyone would even publish it! I just want to add a few truths that the media talking heads have propagandized to the point that it just disgusts me personally to even consider myself an American. Concerning the ACA, no matter how the politicians, media Ò spin doctors,Ó talk show Ò personalitiesÓ and other paid propagandists spin it, the truth is that universal health care in the U.S. is long overdue. ThereÕ s no need to discuss this any further. Regarding unchecked population growth, no matter how the media Ò spin doctors,Ó talk show Ò personalitiesÓ and other paid propagandists spin it, the truth is that, with very few exceptions, every one of mankindÕ s problems is owed to too many people. As a person with a scientific training in thermodynamics and reaction kinetics, I can assure you with 100 percent certainty that a day of reckoning is coming. The only uncertainty is when. No matter how the politicians, media Ò spin doctors,Ó talk show Ò personalitiesÓ and other paid propagandists spin it, the truth is that -- as IÕ ve said many times -- President KennedyÕ s famous admonition to, Ó ask not what your Country can do for you but rather what you can do for your Country.Ó may be a popular
Monroe Something I like to do on the weekend is go sledding in winter.-Stephen Millington I like to ride my four-wheeler on the snow.-Hawk Millington I like to play with my sister on the weekend.-Marley Lewis I like having snowball fights with my sister on the weekend. I also like sledding with my brother.-Lucas French I like to play my Wii on the weekends. I play Cars 2.-Chase Denno On weekends, I like to ride the fourwheeler. -Tristin Campbell On weekends, I go to my grandmaÕ s house. I spend the night and hang out.Bailey Brown On weekends, I like to play outside and inside. I play with all my toys.-Noah Bennett Mrs. FlanaganÕ s Kindergarten Johnsburg Central School What is your favorite thing to do on weekends? Mason Wing -I like to ride snowmobiles
on the weekends. Hunter Monroe -I like to play outside in the snow. Lucia Williams - I like to play games my sister. Walter Hodgson -I like to play with trucks. Peyton Lawrence -I like to ride my snowmobile. Keegan Mottram - I like to go to the bounce house and play with my friends. Carly Davis -I like to play in the snow. Alissa Bennett -I like to sleep over at my grandmaÕ s and play games. Brendan Kimbrell-I like to ski with my mom and dad. We ski really fun stuff. Hannah Sharp -I like to sometimes ride my bike and play outside. Jordan Fusco - I like to play with my sister and my babysitter. Amari Trent -I like to go to my friendÕ s house. Trista Ellifritz -I like to go to NanaÕ s house and go to the library. Scarlett McAuliffe -I like to go to my friendÕ s house. call (518) 648-5024
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INDIAN LAKE — 7p.m. Movie “Muppets Most Wanted” at the Indian Lake Theater. For more information call (518) 648-5959 or www.indianlaketheater.org
Saturday, April 12
NORTH CREEK — Pond Skimming at Gore Mountian. Skim across Bullfrog Bog in our Pond Skimming Event! Get Goofy, Get Wet and have Fun! 9:00 - 10:30 Registration 11:00 Pond Skimming Begins Award ceremony to follow one hour after ﬁnal splash on the sundeck. Categories: Pond Kings & Queens (ages 20+) Pond Princes & Princesses (ages 13-19) Pond Frogs & Frogettes (ages 12 & Under) Each participant gets one splash. There will be a Costume Judge- the most important of all! DRESS UP! There will also be a judge for Splash, a judge for Skim Distance, and a judge for Overall Performance. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED. Costume scores will break any ties, followed by Overall Performance, Splash, & then Skim Distance. For more info (518) 251 2411 NORTH CREEK — Tannery Pond Community Center Gallery Reception - Adirondack Pastel Society (5:00 PM - 7:00 PM) “Color and Texture in the North Country” - The public is welcome to join the members of the Adirondack Pastel Society in celebrating the best of pastels and enjoy refreshments at the Awards Reception.The show will be juried by Master Pastellist, Robert Carsten. NORTH CREEK — Tanner Pond Community Center Gallery Reception OPEN MIC! (8:00 PM) We invite and
welcome ALL to share their talent. We’ll have seats in, and a lot of room to dance and enjoy as we listen/ watch those from the surrounding areas take their turn on the stage. - Adults - $5; Students & Children under 12 - Free NEWCOMB — Northern New York Aubudon Bird Walk Observe the birds at the feeders, which may include redpolls, evening grosbeaks, chickadees, nuthatches and more, then head out to the Sucker Brook. This 1.0-mile trail runs along the outlet to Rich Lake providing opportunities to glimpse mink and otter in the open water and the surrounding hardwood forest is a great place to spot woodpeckers. Pre-registration required. Call 518-582-2000 or email email@example.com to register. INDIAN LAKE — 7p.m. Movie “Muppets Most Wanted” at the Indian Lake Theater. For more information call (518) 648-5959 or www.indianlaketheater.org
Monday, April 14
INDIAN LAKE — 12:30 - 3:00 p.m. Senior citizens bingo at senior mealsite. For more info call (518) 6485412 INDIAN LAKE — 7p.m. Town Board Meeting at the Indian Lake Town Hall.
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INDIAN LAKE — 9:00a.m. - 3:00 p.m. North Country Crafters at the Byron Park Building. For more info call (518) 648-5819. INDIAN LAKE — 7p.m. School Board Meeting at the Indian Lake Central School Cafeteria. For more info
INDIAN LAKE — 10 a.m. - 12p.m. Indian Lake Garden Club meeting at the Ski Hut INDIAN LAKE — 2 p.m. Library Writers Group at the Indian lake Library. New members welcome. If you like to write stories, poems, prose, essays and journals, come join us. For more info call (518) 648-5444 INDIAN LAKE — 4:30 p.m. Indian Lake Library Board of Trustees Meeting at Indian Lake Library. For more info call (518) 648-5444. INDIAN LAKE - 10 a.m. at Ski Hut, Rt. 30. The Indian Lake Garden Club invites the public to attend its April meeting featuring a presentation ***Finally Looking Like Spring*** by Nancy Welch, Director, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Hamilton County. Presentation includes soil health and amendments, soil temperature, and a thorough garden cleaning. For more info call/email Pat Leonard, 648-0044, paleonard@ citlinknet
Thursday, April 17
JOHNSBURG — Steven Engelhard, executive for Adirondack Architectural Heritage, will be at the Town of Johnsburg Library April 17 at 7 PM to do a program on Adirondack Architecture: Great Camps and the Rustic Tradition. A number of our camps, including Sagamore, Santanoni, Pine Knot and Eagle Island are National Historic Landmarks. Come and join us to learn more about the history of this rustic style. Call the library for questions 251-4343.
Saturday, April 19
NORTH CREEK — 10:30 a.m. The Easter Egg Hunt will be held the day before Easter (Saturday, April 19th) at the Ski Bowl in North Creek. It starts at 10:30am. This years egg hunt will include 12,000 eggs with various special prizes and raﬄes. For ages 2-12
By Kjerstia Schilinski
t is great living in a small friendly community when someone stops by it could be for a chat, bringing a loaf of homemade bread, fresh maple syrup or meals on wheels. Make good use of your small Post Office. Soon the hours will be cut to 2 or 3 hours a day. So many have gone to other ways to pay their bills. We are losing some of our long time privileges. Shasti Conlon spent some hours this past week in Glens Falls and Albany taking test to go in the Army. Fabiann Conlon enjoyed his birthday with his daughter, Shasti and having a ham dinner and dessert at his grandfathers, Earl Allen. We have already seen some April showers to bring great May flowers. Good luck to those trying to make maple syrup so late in the season. Earl Allen tells that some of his best syrup was made in April. Sodom Community Church will have their yearly Palm Sunday Dinner after the morning worship on April 13th. Rev. Daisy Allen started this for the church so many years ago when it was held at the Bakers Mills- Sodom Firehouse in the 1980Õ s. The animals in the wild are looking for food to eat so are coming closer to civilization. Beware. Already so many of these have been killed on the roads after surviving the harsh winter. They can do a great damage to your vehicles. Emma Parsons is at the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing Home for rehab. She would enjoy visits and cards. Blake and Joann Morehouse are enjoying their new kitchen that Denny Bacon made for them. There is a new movie out that has been said to be a great one to go see. Check out Ò GodÕ s Not DeadÓ to see where it is showing. Hope for a WomenÕ s Heart will feature Ò AriseÓ on May 17th at the Holiday Inn in Saratoga, NY. Tickets are $30.00 will will include lunch and the special event. For tickets and information call or write: Lois Stark 5151 State Route 40, Argyle, NY 12809 or 518-260-5605. Make checks to HFAWH. Deadline is May 8th. Happy Birthday to:Nicholas Mulligan, Jesse Howe, Ben Zink, Jason Morehouse, Bruce Cleveland, Barry Swinton, Jeff Ordway, Ellen Maraville Millington, Clarence Davenport, Judy Monroe, Mark Millington, Matt Aldous, Sheridan Millington, Stephanie Cleveland, Andylynn Cleveland, Heather Allen Monroe, Enjoy Each and Every Day
Weather Watch By Paul Little
arch 2014 continued our string of Ò old fashioned WinterÓ months with snow and record cold. Winter refused to give up its icy grip which was great for skiers and snowmobilers but tiresome to those who were looking for an end to this long Winter. The average high temperature was 31.3 degrees and the average low was 10.4 degrees giving us an average of 20.9 degrees which is a whopping 9.3 degrees below normal. This was the coldest March in the last 32 years by a large margin. The previous coldest March was in 1984 when the average temperature was 24.0 degrees, and the warmest was only 2 years ago when the average was 38.8 degrees. This March was almost 19 degrees colder than 2 years ago. The highest temperature,47 degrees ,was recorded on the 11th and the lowest,-14 degrees, was recorded on the 6th.There were 9 days below zero compared to an average of about 2. The -1 degree temperature recorded on the 25th was the latest below zero reading on record. Because of this record cold the maple syrup industry has started very slowly with very little syrup made in March, usually a very productive month. Producers are worried that April will warm up too quickly and the season will be very short. Melted precipitation for the month was 3.39 inches, only 0.08 above normal. This brings our seasonal total to 9.28 inches, 0.59 inches above normal. Measurable precipitation fell on 11 days with the greatest amount, 1.52 inches, falling on the 12th. Snowfall for the month was 18.6 inches, 3.3 inches above normal. This brings our seasonal total to 78.8 inches, 4.6 inches above our normal amount of 74.2 inches. The largest snowstorm was the 12.7 inches that fell on the 12th. The river reached its highest level, 3.95 feet, on the 31st and its lowest level, 2.77 feet, on the 25th,26th and the 27th.
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Minerva Central School students performs musical ‘Annie’ By Mike Corey
firstname.lastname@example.org MINERVA Ñ LetÕ s seeÉ . Hair that is exceedingly curly and red. A dress that is crimson in color. Eleven years old, perky, appealing, and smart, an orphan. Has a dog named Sandy. Who could possibly fit this description? Why, it’s Annie, of course. If you were at Minerva Central School this past weekend, you would have seen her along with a large cast of other wonderful characters who filled the stage in the schoolÕ s gymnasium for two performances of Ò Annie, Jr.,Ó and the show was excellent. The musical is the classic Annie, with Taylor Feiden in the starring role. The time: 1933. The place: New York City. The very mean Miss Hannigan (Larissa Smith) threatens to make life miserable for Annie and her friends at the orphanage until a lucky break lands Annie at the fabulous mansion of the billionaire Oliver Warbucks (Richard Bennett) for the Christmas holidays. With help from his able assistant Grace Farrell (Jessica Hill), and despite his reluctance to have an orphan in his home, Warbucks grows very fond of Annie, and wants to adopt her. However, Miss Hannigan and her devious brother Rooster (Shane Bush-Lancaster) and his less-than-innocent side-kick Lily St. Regis (Danielle McNally) are not about to let that happen. ItÕ s a great story, with a great ending. Under the sure guidance of Director Sabrina LaPointe (who also served as Producer, Music Director, and Choreographer) a very together group of fine young actors put on a great show the evening of March 29 and the afternoon of March 30. Every other year, the Minerva Central School Drama Club puts forth a wonderful musical at the
school, and this was one of the best. All the favorite Annie songs were sung, including Ò Maybe,Ó Ò Hard-Knock Life,Ó Ò Tomorrow,Ó Ò Little Girls,Ó Ò N.Y.C,Ó and Ò Easy Street.Ó The singing was spectacular, as well as the dancing and of course, the acting. A number of students had more than one role as actors. No less than 30 students were involved in the show, ranging in age from 10 to 18, truly a schoolwide effort. School staff, parents, and community members were very involved in this spectacular production. Specific recognition goes to Mindy Piper (set design); Diane McNally (costume design); Janelle Beaulieu, Trish Gardner, and Katie Smith (props); Jed Armstrong (lighting and sound design); Angela McCall (stage manager); Bryan Bee, Daniel Dunbar, and Blake Piper (stage crew); Kim Monthony (for her wonderful dog Jack, aka Sandy); Alice Halloran, Lena Mather, and Stacie McNally (parent helpers); and Will Smith, Bev West and crew (setup). Thanks also go to Garnet Hill Lodge and T.C. Murphy for set material loaners and donations and to Kathy Feiden (for AnnieÕ s dress). Director LaPointe pointed out that: Ò Annie Jr. has been a labor of love from the very beginning. I am so fortunate to have had assistance from many wonderful volunteers, but I am most proud of the work done by the actors. From auditions and casting, to rehearsals, to creating props and sets, to pulling together costumes, each member of the cast has worked incredibly hard to createÉ . AnnieÕ s world. Thank you all for sharing your amazing children with me!Ó The whole production staff wishes to give special thanks to the MCS Board of Education, MCS Administration, MCS Faculty and Staff, and of course to all parents, family and friends of the performers. What a great show it was!
TOP: The orphans: left to right in front: Kayla Vanderwiele, Hannah McNally, Hayley Tuller, Katie Mather, Avery Bayse. Back row, left to right: Kate WImberly, Ava Anderson, Amber Vanderwarker, Jasmine Jenks, Cassie Pratt, Paige Warrington. BOTTOM: Warbucks mansion with (in front) left to right: Katie Mather, Kayla Vanderwiele, Avery Bayse, Hayley Tuller, and Jack the dog. In rear, left to right: Kate Wimberly, Paige Warrington, Cassie Pratt, Jessica Hill, Taylor Feiden, Richard Bennett, Ryan Tucker, Ye-Seon Kim. LEFT: At the mansion with Ryan Tucker, Pauline Brunner, Taylor Feiden, Jessica Hill, and Gabrielle McNally
Gallery displaying artwork of JCS students
JOHNSBURG Ñ The Corner Gallery of the Town of Johnsburg Library is displaying art work by Johnsburg Central School students. This show is a wonderful, colorful mix of art. Maria Glode, who teaches elementary, middle and high school art at Johnsburg, inspires her classes with imaginative assignments such as Altered Books in which books that were destined for the scrap heap have become instead the basis of truly fun art, sculptures blossoming from the pages. Another assignment was creating art from recycled cardboard. The Zentangle Method creates images through patterns. There are also linoleum prints done by the 8th grade and chalk pastels by the 5th graders. ItÕ s impossible to describe this exhibit. You have to see the art for yourself, and itÕ s only up through the month of April, so please come to the library, enjoy the exhibit and browse the collection of books and DVDÕ s. The library is open Wednesday, 11a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 251-4343 for information on coming programs.
Sunrise service planned
LONG LAKE Ñ An ecumenical sunrise Easter service will be held on the Long Lake Town Beach at 7:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday, April 20. This service is sponsored by the Calvary United Methodist Church. Following the service, a pancake and sausage breakfast will be served at the Town Hall by the United Methodist Women. All are invited to both events, so start your Easter Sunday with worshiping as the sun is rising over a most beautiful Adirondack scene, and then join the community for Sunday breakfast. A traditional Easter service will be held at the Calvary Methodist Church at 11 a.m.
Egg hunt on tap
NORTH CREEK Ñ MountainView Community Church is hosting the third annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Ski Bowl in North Creek on Saturday, April 19 at 10:30 a.m. This free event is for kids ages 2 to 12. The Egg Hunt this year is bigger than ever with 12,000 eggs, tons of candy, prizes, and fun!
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26.17-2-42.12 9110 Austin Rd Austin Robert, Lakeshore Dr Laundree, PO Box 16 54.48 acres Estate Raymond, Attn: Vac w/imprv Meg Haskell 0.27 acres ID# 51.-1-35 Fish Hol- 1 Family Res low Rd Warner Linda ID# 42.-1-14.2 101 Sue, PO Box 208 39.58 Decker Hill Rd Mattison acres Rural vac > Richard Jr F, Mattison ID# 52.-1-4 E Nichols Susan F 5.00 acres 1 Rd Javino Dale R, How- Family Res ell Steven M 26.39 acres ID# 42.-1-14.4 Decker Priv forest Hill Rd Mattison Susan ID# 52.8-1-12 Off Valley Jordon F, 101 Decker Farm Rd Krihak Paul R, Hill Rd 2.80 acres Res 1 Spruce Ct 1.60 acres vac land Vacant rural ID# 42.-1-25.1 101 ID# 52.12-1-14 7793 Dodd Hill Rd Cox Gilbert State Rte 9 Finch Jef- J, 101 Dodd Hill Rd 2.22 frey, Finch Shirley 2.20 acres Mfg housing acres 1 Family Res ID# 42.-1-37 Off Hollow ID# 53.-1-1.1 Valley Rd Kubricky Mark R, Farm Rd Krihak Paul R, Kubricky Jeanette J 4.00 1 Spruce Ct 10.87 acres acres Res vac land Vacant rural ID# 42.20-1-12 ID# 53.-2-3 W Northway Lakeshore Dr Florez Harris Joshua, 2219 Thomas J, 89 West County Rte 8 0.10 acres Shore Rd 21.77 acres
ID# 42.-1-25.1 101 Dodd Hill Rd Cox Gilbert J, 101 Dodd Hill Rd 2.22 acres Mfg housing ID# 42.-1-37 Off Hollow Rd Kubricky Mark R, Kubricky Jeanette J 4.00 acres Res vac land ID# 42.20-1-12 Lakeshore Dr Florez Thomas J, 89 West Shore Rd 21.77 acres Priv forest ID# 42.20-1-16 Split Rock Rd Florez Thomas J, 89 West Shore Rd 1.23 acres Res vac land ID# 76.20-1-24 8121 Lakeshore Dr Spelman Martin L, PO Box 106 0.54 acres 1 Family Res Town Of Horicon ID# 36.15-1-18 332 East Shore Dr Russell Marjorie B, 1003 Crest Rd 0.37 acres 1 Family Res ID# 37.-1-57 Valentine Pond Rd Thomsen Janet A, 34 Arbutus Dr 9.40 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 38.-1-1.2 Beaver Pond Rd Johnson Brian V, 136 Johnson Rd 9.80 acres Res vac land ID# 39.-1-19.1 State Rte 8 Thayer James M, Thayer Robert J 11.88 acres Rural vac > ID# 39.-1-19.2 State Rte 8 Thayer James M, Thayer Robert J 0.09 acres Res vac land ID# 53.-3-28 469 Valentine Pond Rd Leddick Vincent, Leddick Tonya 0.36 acres 1 Family Res ID# 54.1-1-3 Valentine Pond Rd Corrigan Michael, Corrigan Wendy 5.26 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 87.2-2-18./1 East Schroon River Rd Whitley Dawn Marie, Ackerman Lester 0.23 acres Res vac land ID# 88.7-1-34 6656 State Rte 8 Fish Toby S, 6656 State Rte 8 0.27 acres 1 Family Res ID# 89.-1-51 Hayesburg Rd Steinman Steven M, Steinman Frantz Edward 30.90 acres Rural vac > ID# 89.-1-54.2 14 Travis Ln Granger Darian, 14 Travis Ln 1.90 acres 1 Family Res Town Of Johnsburg ID# 30.-1-27 48 Casterline Rd Lorenson Cornelius, Dave Lorensen 44.91 acres Rural Res ID# 30.-1-30 13th Lake Rd Harris Joshua, 2219 County Rte 8 0.06 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 30.-2-31 4651 St Rt 28 Knoll Andre H, Knoll Andrew 0.20 acres 1 Family Res ID# 30.-2-96 St Rt 28 NL Industries Inc., Real Estate Dept 26.43 acres Railroad ID# 31.-1-42 St Rt 28 NL Industries Inc, Real Estate Dept 4.91 acres Railroad ID# 48.-1-28 RR NL Industries INC, Real Estate Dept 26.47 acres Railroad ID# 66.10-1-65 274 Main St Bowers,Michael, DBA: Choptank Mills Assoc't 0.13 acres Row bldg det ID# 66.10-1-66 272 Main St Choptank Mills, Assoc Inc, PO Box 184 0.05 acres Row bldg det ID# 66.10-2-12 254 Main St Bradway Laura, Bradway Erwin Jr 0.07 acres Row bldg det ID# 66.10-2-30 36 Rt 28N Welsh Thomas C, Rustic Homestead 0.20 acres 1sty sml bld ID# 83.-1-64 Durkin Rd Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.02 acres Res vac land ID# 83.-2-6 St Rt 28 Esposito Patrick Jr, Box 314 South Rd 15.16 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 83.62-1-8 7 Adirondack Express Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-9 8 Adirondack Express Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-14 13 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-15 14 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-20 19 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-21 20 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co,
Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-20 19 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-21 20 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-22 21 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-23 22 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-24 23 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-25 24 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-26 25 Bear Cub Dr Top Ridge,NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-27 26 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-28 27 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-29 28 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-30 29 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-31 30 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-32 31 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-33 32 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-34 33 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-35 34 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-36 35 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-37 36 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-38 37 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-39 38 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-40 39 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.62-1-41 40 Sunway Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-1 41 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-2 42 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-3 43 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-4 44 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-5 45 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-6 46 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-7 47 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-8 48
acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-6 46 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres vac land - 9 NewsRes Enterprise ID# 83.63-1-7 47 Jughandle Ln Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-8 48 Jughandle Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-9 49 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-10 50 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-11 51 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-12 52 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-13 53 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-14 54 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-15 55 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-16 56 Top Ridge Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-17 57 Straight Brook Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-18 58 Straight Brook Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-19 59 Straight Brook Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-20 60 Straight Brook Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-21 61 Straight Brook Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 83.63-1-22 62 Straight Brook Dr Top Ridge, NY Limited Liability Co, 3911 St Rt 8 0.06 acres Res vac land ID# 84.-1-6 2848 St Rt 28 Forchelli Michael, 2848 St Rt 28 0.90 acres 1 Family Res ID# 84.-1-8 2832 St Rt 28 May Christopher J, May Tanya M 2.55 acres Seasonal res ID# 84.-1-51 53 River Rd Clear Earl, Metzger Jacquilynn 0.89 acres 1 Family Res ID# 84.-1-61 River Rd Esposito Patrick Jr, Box 314 South Rd 42.38 acres Priv forest ID# 84.-1-62 River Rd Esposito Patrick Jr, South Rd 24.62 acres Priv forest ID# 85.-2-13 River Cutoff Rd Lett Jefferson J, Lett Cristen L 20.00 acres Rural vac > ID# 99.-1-70 33 Woodland Ln Fazio:Custodian For Alec John, Fazio:UniformTransferstoMinors 3.45 acres Res vac land ID# 100.-1-66 Showcase Dr Fazio John Jr, 44 Willow Rd 0.55 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 101.2-1-29 Antler Lake Rd Islam Mohammed, Chowdhury Mohammed 5.87 acres Res vac land ID# 116.-1-69.1 Chatiemac Rd Hall Jeffrey John, PO Box 233 32.00 acres Forest s480 ID# 117.-1-34 99 Oven Mountain Rd Persons Justin H, PO Box 537 5.07 acres 1 Family Res ID# 117.-1-66 20 Oven Mountain Rd Russell Dennis, Russell Rebecca L 10.83 acres Rural Res ID# 118.-1-62 2178 St Rt 28 Sargent Henri E, Sargent Wendy J 3.91 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 133.-1-16 664 Goodman Rd Goodman Philip O Sr, Goodman Philip Jr 0.75 acres 1 Family Res ID# 133.8-1-4 Garnet Lake Rd Montalbano Lance, 12 North Drive 0.15 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 133.8-1-28 11 Oven
ID# 118.-1-62 2178 St Rt 28 Sargent Henri E, Sargent Wendy J 3.91 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 133.-1-16 664 Goodman Goodman 10 - NewsRdEnterprise Philip O Sr, Goodman Philip Jr 0.75 acres 1 Family Res LEGALS ID# 133.8-1-4 Garnet Lake Rd Montalbano Lance, 12 North Drive 0.15 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 133.8-1-28 11 Oven Mountain Rd Kinnarney Kevin, Kinnarney Kody 1.46 acres 1 Family Res ID# 133.8-1-30 3499 St Rt 8 Bell Mark, 78 1/2 Saratoga Ave 0.96 acres 1 Family Res ID# 134.-1-5 678 Hudson St Cleveland Joseph E, Cleveland Annie I 1.00 acres 1 Family Res ID# 148.-1-41 Coulter Rd Oak Ridge Properties, R Lawrence 8.18 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 149.-1-15 Hudson St Cuomo Gary, Cuomo Gina 272.58 acres Priv forest ID# 149.-1-15.1 Hudson St Cuomo Gary, Cuomo Gina 264.63 acres Priv forest ID# 149.-1-15.2 Hudson St Pomarico Michael, Pomarico Karen 3.82 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 149.-1-15.3 Hudson St Cuomo Gary, Cuomo Gina T 2.87 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 164.-1-22 Crane Mountain Rd Ringer Michael, Ringer Kathleen 41.95 acres Priv forest Town Of Lake Luzerne ID# 274.-1-4.14 Gailey Hill Rd Charles Michael & Kathryn, PO Box 452 40.70 acres Rural vac > ID# 274.-1-69.3 Gailey Hill Rd Giacomelli Warren, 7 Autumn Ln 14.72 acres Rural vac > ID# 286.12-1-62 33 Pinewoods Rd Davis, William Estate, c/o Caruso 0.94 acres 1 Family Res ID# 286.15-1-5 14 Vista Dr Lawlor Scott & Whitney, 14 Vista Dr 0.37 acres 1 Family Res ID# 286.16-1-6 Chuckwagon Trl O'Keefe Barbara, 80 Everts Ave 0.37 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 292.-1-15.12 Scofield Rd Scofield Gene, 124 Scofield Rd 5.00 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 292.-1-40 107 Towner Rd NevinsStevenson Katherine, Nevins James 1.13 acres Seasonal res ID# 292.8-1-1 753 Lake Ave Fuller Susan, Sutton Caroline 0.54 acres Diner ID# 292.11-1-64 613 Lake Ave Barrett Bryan, 613 Lake Ave 0.51 acres 1 Family Res ID# 293.-1-37 336 Howe Rd Klatt Peter, PO Box 108 1.22 acres 1 Family Res ID# 293.-1-45 Howe Rd Mambee Jambee Ltd, 3255 Crompound Rd 3.26 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 298.8-1-8 Read Park Rd Izzo Marie, 1255 James Farm Rd 1.10 acres Res vac land ID# 298.11-1-16 River Rd Allen Glenn & Lynn, 276 Rhodeside Acres 0.03 acres Res vac land ID# 298.15-1-6 7 Main St Cunningham Patrick J, PO Box 47 0.22 acres Apartment ID# 298.15-1-7 11 Main St Cunningham Patrick J, PO Box 47 0.12 acres Part res use ID# 298.15-2-30 11 Church St Hayes, J. Estate, c/o Hayes 0.17 acres 1 Family Res ID# 298.20-1-28 5 Lake Tour Rd Bartow Brian & Lisa, 1467 Hadley Hill Rd 0.24 acres 1 Family Res ID# 305.16-1-16 760 East River Dr Dunbar Charles, PO Box 142 0.46 acres 1 Family Res ID# 307.-2-41 Glens Falls Mtn Rd, off Newbury James, 62 Cormus Rd 27.90 acres Rural vac > ID# 312.20-1-28 259 Pleasant View Dr Nevins Richard & Dorothy, 259 Pleasant View Dr 0.30 acres 1 Family Res ID# 317.16-1-67 East River Dr Wood Todd, 77 East River Dr 0.01 acres Res vac land ID# 318.-1-36 1830 Call St Barrows Richard D., 1830 Call St 3.60 acres 1 Family Res ID# 318.1-1-49 Ralph Rd Gioio Gene, c/o Gioio 1.63 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 318.1-1-50 Ralph Rd Gioio Gene, c/o Gioio 1.22 acres Rural vac <1
East River Dr 0.01 acres Res vac land ID# 318.-1-36 1830 Call St Barrows Richard D., 1830 Call St 3.60 acres 1 Family Res ID# 318.1-1-49 Ralph Rd Gioio Gene, c/o Gioio 1.63 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 318.1-1-50 Ralph Rd Gioio Gene, c/o Gioio 1.22 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 318.1-1-80 Call St Ringer Michael, 10 Southwestern Ave 3.00 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 318.3-1-7 Hudson River Hanson William R, 78 West Notre Dame St 0.40 acres Res vac land ID# 318.3-1-8 Hudson River Potter Scott, 26 Belle Ave 0.37 acres Vac w/imprv Town Of Queensbury ID# 226.19-1-29 Pine Tree Ln Dubin Scott, c/o Michael Chrys 0.26 acres Res vac land ID# 226.19-1-30 Pine Tree Ln Liston Margaret, c/o Michael Chrys 0.34 acres Res vac land ID# 226.19-1-37 Cherry Tree Ln Dubin Jane, c/o Michael Chrys 7.27 acres Res vac land ID# 227.18-1-46 Hanneford Rd Tompkins Dorothy, 12 Dennis Ter 2.39 acres Res vac land ID# 253.-1-7 2027 Ridge Rd Burke John, 181 Beebe Rd 1.00 acres Res vac land ID# 253.-1-17 Ridge Rd Botto Robert, c/o Susan Joosten 1.85 acres Res vac land ID# 278.-1-69 Bay Rd Stranahan John E, 1347 Bay Rd 7.80 acres Res vac land ID# 278.20-1-11 28 Old Bay Rd Langlos Helen, c/o Helen Sheldon Wood 1.29 acres 1 Family Res ID# 279.-1-26 Ridge Rd McLaughlin D Scott, 1966 Ridge Rd 8.49 acres Landfill ID# 279.11-1-2 Mud Pond Rd.,off Herlihy J. Clarence, c/o John Streeter 0.19 acres Res vac land ID# 279.17-1-49 313 Hewitt Rd Riccio Frank C Jr, 127 Sunnyside North 0.23 acres Seasonal res ID# 289.6-1-4 Glen Lake Rd.,off Benson William P, 3 Orient Ave 5.00 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-3 Bay Rd Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 0.23 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-4 Bay Rd Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 0.42 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-5.11 889 Bay Rd Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 5.08 acres 1 Family Res ID# 289.12-1-9.12 Bay Rd Burke Patrick, 936 Bay Rd 1.03 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-9.13 Bay Rd Burke Patrick, 936 Bay Rd 1.02 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-9.14 Bay Rd Burke Patrick, 936 Bay Rd 1.00 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-9.15 Bay Rd Burke Patrick, 936 Bay Rd 1.00 acres Res vac land ID# 289.12-1-10.1 Bay Rd Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 33.84 acres Rural vac > ID# 289.12-1-13 Berry Patch Dr T&B Associates LLC, 36 Fieldstone Dr 33.11 acres Rural vac > ID# 289.12-1-20 19 Blueberry Trce Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 1.29 acres Res vac land ID# 289.15-1-1.1 21 Blind Rock Rd Gosline Marylee, 25 Blind Rock Rd 20.13 acres Kennel / vet ID# 290.5-1-59 Sunnyside Rd Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 2.39 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 290.5-1-60 234 Rockwell Rd Estate of Howard Toomey, C/O Kevin Toomey 2.60 acres 1 Family Res ID# 290.5-1-60 234 Rockwell Rd Toomey Kevin, 234 Rockwell Rd 2.60 acres 1 Family Res ID# 290.6-1-65.2 Sunnyside East Gordon Janine, 19 Glenmar Dr 1.00 acres Res vac land ID# 295.11-1-8 33 Bonner Dr Daly Edward, Daly Patricia 0.40 acres 1 Family Res ID# 295.19-3-12 3 Gilmore Ave Jeroulis Steven, Jeroulis Sandra 0.36 acres 1 Family Res ID# 295.19-3-58 28 Fox Hollow Ln Canale Mary Jane, 28 Fox Hollow Ln 0.91 acres 1 Family Res
ID# 295.11-1-8 33 Bonner Dr Daly Edward, Daly Patricia 0.40 acres 1 Family Res ID# 295.19-3-12 3 Gilmore Ave Jeroulis Steven, Jeroulis Sandra 0.36 acres 1 Family Res ID# 295.19-3-58 28 Fox Hollow Ln Canale Mary Jane, 28 Fox Hollow Ln 0.91 acres 1 Family Res ID# 296.10-1-55 51 Wincrest Dr Woodbury Michael, Woodbury Ann 0.70 acres 1 Family Res ID# 296.13-1-59 Montray Rd Fazio John, 44 Willow Rd 0.83 acres Res vac land ID# 296.13-1-60 State Route 9 Fazio John, 44 Willow Rd 0.50 acres Vacant comm ID# 296.13-1-61 State Route 9 Fazio John, 44 Willow Rd 0.50 acres Vacant comm ID# 296.13-1-62 1012 State Route 9 Fazio John, 44 Willow Rd 0.46 acres Restaurant ID# 296.17-1-47 900 State Route 9 Everest Enterprises, LLC, 21 Summerfield Ln 1.72 acres Restaurant ID# 296.20-1-15 Meadowbrook Rd.,off Morrill Joel, 2 Fifth St 0.52 acres Res vac land ID# 297.8-1-16 Marcy Dr Adirondack Industrial Park, 4 Walker Way 1.00 acres Vacant ind ID# 297.8-1-17 Marcy Dr Adirondack Industrial Park, 4 Walker Way 1.44 acres Vacant ind ID# 297.8-1-18 Marcy Dr Adirondack Industrial Park, 4 Walker Way 1.88 acres Vacant ind ID# 297.8-1-27.1 Marcy Dr Adirondack Industrial Park, 4 Walker Way 1.46 acres Road/st/hwy ID# 300.-1-19.11 Mountain Hollow Way Mountain Hollow Homeowners, Association, The 25.89 acres Rural vac > ID# 301.12-2-11 18 Colonial Ct Busch Gretchen, Guarino Philip 0.35 acres 1 Family Res ID# 301.12-2-27 368 Dixon Rd Casey Connie, 368 Dixon Rd 0.20 acres 1 Family Res ID# 301.12-3-18 42 Cottage Hill Rd Riebow Richard Sr, Riebow Richard Jr 0.17 acres 1 Family Res ID# 301.17-1-6 503 West Mountain Rd McCarthy Jon, McCarthy Mary Ann 1.86 acres 1 Family Res ID# 301.18-2-7 43 Lambert Dr Carpenter Susan, 43 Lambert Dr 0.54 acres 1 Family Res ID# 301.19-1-11 23 Pasco Ave Mabb Darin, PO Box 2359 0.98 acres 1 Family Res ID# 301.19-1-13 Pasco Ave Mosher Clinton E, Attn: Constantine Regina 0.34 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 301.20-1-31 60 Howard St Swinton John Wesley, Swinton Kenneth 0.30 acres 1 Family Res ID# 302.5-1-44 13 Carlton Dr Kelly Katharine, c/o George Kelly, POA 0.24 acres 1 Family Res ID# 302.7-1-50 Glenwood Ave., off Higley Properties, LLC, 31 Chestnut Ridge Rd 2.86 acres Res vac land ID# 302.8-2-73 72 Everts Ave Trust Robyn, PO Box 188 2.14 acres 1 Family Res ID# 302.12-1-43 35 Everts Ave LaNoir Daniel, LaNoir Terry 0.17 acres 1 Family Res ID# 302.14-3-65.2 Park Pl Durkee Warren E Jr, Durkee Sandra L 0.02 acres Res vac land ID# 303.16-1-30 467 Dix Ave Mehalick Sasha, PO Box 302 1.29 acres 1 Family Res ID# 303.16-1-64 19 Park Ave Dufour Ronald, Dufour Bonnie 0.17 acres 1 Family Res ID# 303.19-1-11 30 Brayton Ave Rivers Billi Jo, Rivers Jeannette 0.11 acres 1 Family Res ID# 303.20-1-7 398 Dix Ave Cutter Lewis, Cutter Sharon 0.25 acres 1 Family Res ID# 304.17-1-50 Belle Ave Hamblin Robert J, 20 Belle Ave 0.36 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 307.-1-24 Lilac Ln Manney Michael, Tabor Kim M 0.52 acres Res vac land ID# 307.-1-46.2 Cormus Rd Newbury James, 62 Cormus Rd 5.85 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 308.6-1-12 Burch Rd.,off Strainer David, Strainer Linda 0.34
20 Belle Ave 0.36 acres K, 127 Huber Rd 0.86 acres Mfg housing Vac w/imprv ID# 307.-1-24 Lilac Ln ID# 167.3-1-31.12 928 Manney Michael, Tabor Glen-Athol Rd Walker Kim M 0.52 acres Res Rene, 928 Glen Athol Rd 1.77 acres Mfg housing vac land www.newsenterprise.org ID# 307.-1-46.2 Cor- ID# 180.-1-15.2 379 S mus Rd Newbury Johnsburg Rd Griswold Adam, Griswold Linda James, 62 Cormus Rd 6.24 acres Mfg housing 5.85 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 181.-1-13 Dippikill ID# 308.6-1-12 Burch Rd.,off Strainer David, Rd.,off Sw Oppitz Randall, 10 Birch Mountain Strainer Linda 0.34 Way Bldg 1 115.37 acres Res vac land acres Rural vac > ID# 308.9-1-24.2 647 Luzerne Rd Ogden Lynn, ID# 196.-1-31 271 GlenAthol Rd Deblois Via647 Luzerne Rd 5.10 teur, William S. Cason acres 1 Family Res ID# 308.12-2-44 63 0.99 acres Mfg housing Michigan Ave Boller Di- ID# 209.3-2-19 147 St Walerstein anne L, 124 Bunzey Mt Mud Rd 0.28 acres Mfg hous- Sharie T, 147 Mud St 1.52 acres Mfg housing ing ID# 221.-1-17.2 920 ID# 308.19-1-27 Ogden Rd Rivers Harry Jr, High St Duell Kent J, Duell Glenda M 4.75 acres Houde Edward 0.23 1 Family Res acres Res vac land ID# 309.6-1-67 7 Harris ID# 221.-1-37 Zaltz Rd Brad, Attn: St Williams Marianella, Fisher Michael A Gilbirtie 13.39 Alvarado Jeanette 0.43 acres Rural vac > acres 1 Family Res ID# 221.-2-12.3 239 ID# 309.7-1-10 Holden Ave Ringer Mike, 10 So. Mud St Fruda Richard A, Fruda Paige L 1.32 acres Western Ave 0.30 acres Mfg housing Vacant ind ID# 309.9-1-17 37 Indi- ID# 221.-2-13.23 346 Mud St Prybylski James, ana Ave Mallaney John, 346 Mud St 6.32 acres 31 Indiana Ave 0.23 Res vac land acres Mfg housing ID# 309.9-1-30 63 Illi- ID# 221.-2-29 Mud St nois Ave Lopez Goldie, Wood Gilbert R Jr., 565 Mud St 3.50 acres Mfg 63 Illinois Ave 0.28 housing acres Mfg housing ID# 309.9-3-6 22 New Town Of Warrensburg Hampshire Ave County ID# 137.-2-9 Pucker St of Warren, c/o Ronald McPhee Giselle,Dari & Morehouse 0.10 acres Tony, 33 Long Acre Ln Res vac land ID# 309.9-3-58 15 Ver- 10.30 acres Rural vac > Tripp mont Ave Lord David, ID# 137.-2-31 Lord Inez 0.16 acres 1 Lake Rd Tripp Point LLC, PO Box 717 5.23 Family Res ID# 309.9-3-82 21 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 137.-2-33 Tripp Maine Ave Buhler Joyce, Lake Rd Doberman 21 Maine Ave 0.14 acres Frank J, 3024 WilliamsMfg housing ID# 309.9-3-89 34 New burg Dr 3.07 acres Rural Hampshire Ave Van- vac <1 ID# 137.-2-40 Tripp Guilder James, Kelly Lake Rd Tripp Point Lisa 0.21 acres Mfg LLC, PO Box 717 63.91 housing ID# 309.10-1-96 17 acres Forest s480 Tripp Luzerne Rd Murray Ed- ID# 137.-2-41 Lake Rd Tripp Point ward, Murray Rose LLC, PO Box 717 46.34 Marie 0.76 acres 1sty acres Forest s480 sml bld ID# 309.10-2-44 131 ID# 138.-1-18 Off PuckFourth St. Ext. Luther er St Lloyd Earle, Attn: Tammy, 2 Seward St Steven Lloyd 30.12 acres Rural vac > 0.17 acres Mfg housing Vern ID# 309.11-1-33 28 ID# 153.1-1-20 Main St Aronson-Neal Tennyson Rd.,off Hill Gary, PO Box 594 0.20 Jennie, Neal Herman acres Vac w/imprv 0.16 acres 1 Family Res ID# 309.13-1-13 28 In- ID# 153.1-1-40 Route 9 Hill Gary J, 35 Vern Tendiana Ave Fordrung nyson Rd 0.38 acres VaAdrian Sr, 28 Indiana cant rural Ave 0.21 acres 1 Family ID# 153.7-1-33 2 A High Res Ter Bedford ID# 309.13-2-11 447 Pines Big Bay Rd Hamell Michael, Bedford Carol David, Hamell Karen 0.02 acres 1 Family Res ID# 153.7-5-3 29 C Bal1.51 acres 1 Family Res ID# 316.10-1-30 263 sam Crest Ln Jovic DeBig Boom Rd Wilson Lu- velopment Inc, PO Box cas, Attn: c/o W.M.M.D., 717 0.03 acres 1 Family Res Inc. 1.00 acres 1 Family ID# 154.-1-14 Off PuckRes er St Raymond Paul J, Engle-Raymond Lois Town Of Stony Creek 92.95 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 231.-1-17.2 645 Harrisburg Rd Asendorf ID# 154.-1-27 1531 Schroon River Rd Charles Tim, Asendorf John W 0.00 acres Va- Bernard Monroe, 1531 Schroon River Road cant rural ID# 235.-3-1 Warrens- 3.84 acres 1 Family Res burg Rd Arehart John J, ID# 154.-1-27 1531 Schroon River Rd BonArehart Polly 13.50 nie Monroe, 1531 acres Res vac land ID# 235.-3-2 Warrens- Schroon River Road 3.84 acres 1 Family Res burg Rd 1000 Acres ID# 154.-1-27 1531 Ranch Resort, Golf Club Schroon River Rd MonInc 0.00 acres Rural vac roe Bernard, Monroe <1 ID# 246.-1-59 24 Lan- Bonnie 3.84 acres 1 Family Res fear Rd Muhl Jonathan ID# 154.-1-29 83 Pucker P, 12 Lanfear Rd 0.00 St Raymond Paul J, Enacres 1 Family Res ID# 256.14-1-4 Harris- gel Lois 154.00 acres Horse farm burg Rd Miraglia ID# 154.-1-30.1 Pucker Joseph, 7819 Bay Pkwy St Raymond Paul J, En0.00 acres Seasonal res gel Lois 147.77 acres ID# 258.-1-50 Lens Lake Rd Dee Patrick M, Rural vac > ID# 167.-2-15 Potter Judith Ann 0.00 acres Brook Rd Duell Justin Rural vac <1 M, 153 Potter Brook Rd ID# 259.-1-19 Louis Waite Rd Brown Richard 2.50 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 168.-1-8 Old Route B, PO Box 156 183.92 9 Defruscio Dominic A acres Priv forest ID# 260.-1-13 Warrens- III, 123 Poyneer Rd 5.50 burg Rd Schweitzer Eliz- acres Rural vac <1 ID# 168.-2-5 43 W Kelm abeth, 199 Mc Kinley Pond Rd Ferullo Carl C, Pkwy 121.06 acres Priv Ferullo Kathleen 1.74 forest ID# 260.-1-15 Warrens- acres 1 Family Res burg Rd Bussiculo Do- ID# 197.-2-13.2 95 minick E, Ryan Doreen C Rocky Ridge Rd Lambert Anthony R, 95 23.80 acres Priv forest ID# 260.-1-17 Warrens- Rocky Ridge Rd 2.56 acres Mfg housing burg Rd Morales Rose Marie, Gallagher ID# 197.-2-15 189 RolThomas 3.60 acres Mo- lies Rd Centerbar Connie L, 189 Rollies Rd 2.67 bile homes acres Mfg housing ID# 197.-2-19 157 RolTown Of Thurman lies Rd Schenk Randy, ID# 167.3-1-26 127-131 Huber Rd Allen Phyllis Schenk Helen 2.86 acres Mfg housing K, 127 Huber Rd 0.86 acres Mfg housing ID# 210.12-1-40 22 ID# 167.3-1-31.12 928 Grand Ave Geroux Glen-Athol Rd Walker Christopher A, Dona S Rene, 928 Glen Athol Rd 0.17 acres Res vac land 1.77 acres Mfg housing ID# 210.12-1-53.2 29 ID# 180.-1-15.2 379 S Grand Ave Morehouse Johnsburg Rd Griswold Bobby E, Morehouse Adam, Griswold Linda Tammy Lynn 0.23 acres 6.24 acres Mfg housing Mfg housing ID# 181.-1-13 Dippikill ID# 210.12-1-54 31 Rd.,off Sw Oppitz Ran- Grand Ave Morehouse
Schenk Helen 2.86 acres Mfg housing ID# 210.12-1-40 22 Grand Ave Geroux Christopher A, Dona S 0.17 acres Res vac land ID# 210.12-1-53.2 29 Grand Ave Morehouse Bobby E, Morehouse Tammy Lynn 0.23 acres Mfg housing ID# 210.12-1-54 31 Grand Ave Morehouse Bobby E, Morehouse Tammy L 0.50 acres Mfg housing ID# 210.12-3-9 3915 Main St Templeton Melissa Faye, 226 Mud St 0.13 acres Diner ID# 210.12-3-51 16 Third Ave Peters Diane, 16 Third Ave 0.27 acres Mfg housing ID# 210.12-3-57 15 Third Ave Shostak Walter G, Shostak Linda R 0.28 acres 1 Family Res ID# 210.16-2-34 11 Hudson St Equity Trust Comp Custodain, FBO Michael Kyro IRA 0.27 acres Apartment ID# 210.20-5-55 247 River St Monroe Owen, Monroe Phyllis 0.34 acres 3 Family Res ID# 211.-1-5 Schroon River Rd MSRY, LLC, 920 High St 42.86 acres Rural vac > ID# 211.-1-11 Schroon River Rd Kruger Paul D, Kruger Donald P 3.41 acres Res vac land ID# 211.17-1-22 11 Summit St Hall David G Sr, Hall Constance 0.18 acres Res vac land ID# 211.17-2-1 73 River St Duell Kent J, Duell Glenda M 0.16 acres Res w/comuse ID# 211.17-3-20 11 Stacey St Stripp Maureen, 11 Stacy St 0.45 acres Mfg housing ID# 211.17-4-19 South Ave Brosnan Jeremiah, Brosnan Jacqueline 0.05 acres Res vac land ID# 211.17-5-40 Off River St Duell Kent J, Duell Glenda M 0.07 acres Res vac land ID# 211.17-5-42 4 South St Duell Kent J, Duell Glenda M 0.07 acres Mfg housing ID# 211.18-1-10 368789 Main St Masonius Michael T, 3687-89 Main St 0.00 acres 2 Family Res ID# 211.18-1-32 5 Rosalie Ave Harrington Arnold H, Naomi V 0.24 acres 1 Family Res ID# 223.-1-13 13 Planty Dr Thomas David, 39 Q Street 51.50 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 223.-1-17 427 Route 418 Planty Shawn, Planty Randy Scott 4.40 acres Mfg housing ID# 223.7-1-13 427 Route 418 Olden Cheryl Custodian, PO Box 2194 0.60 acres 1 Family Res ID# 223.7-1-14 River St Thomas David, 39 Q Street 0.20 acres Res vac land ID# 223.7-1-22 461 River St Thompson David J, Thompson Marcia M 1.08 acres 1 Family Res ID# 223.8-1-5 277 River St Baker Lorraine Y, 277 River St 0.23 acres 1 Family Res ID# 224.-1-10 Off Harrington Hill Rd Rounds Bryan, 1285 Alden Ave 0.38 acres Seasonal res ID# 224.1-1-6.12 2172 Harrington Hill Rd Baer William, Baer Melissa 8.66 acres 1 Family Res ID# 236.14-1-2 Alden Ave Hyson William III, Hyson Kathleen 0.92 acres Seasonal res ID# 236.14-1-9 12 Rays Rd Healy John F, 5 Terrace Ave 0.60 acres Seasonal res Effect of filing: All persons having or claiming to have an interest in the real property described in this petition are hereby notified that the filingof this petition constitutes the commencement by the Tax District of a proceeding in the court specified in the caption above to foreclose each of the tax liens therein described by a foreclosure proceeding in rem. Nature of proceeding: Such proceeding is brought against the real property only and is only to foreclose the tax liens described in this petition. No personal judgement will be entered herein for such taxes or other legal charges or any part thereof. Persons affected: This notice is directed to all persons owning, or having, or claiming to have
property only and is only to foreclose the tax liens described in this petition. No personal judgement will be entered herein for such taxes or other legal charges or any part thereof. Persons affected: This notice is directed to all persons owning, or having, or claiming to have an interest in the real property described in this petition. Such persons are hereby notified further that a duplicate of this petition has been filed in the office of the Enforcing Officer of the Tax District and will remain open for public inspection up to and including the date specified below as the last day for redemption. Right of redemption: Any person having or claiming to have an interest in any such real property and the legal right thereto may on or before said date redeem the same by paying the amount of all such unpaid tax liens thereon, including all interest and penalties and all other legal charges which are included in the lien against such real property, computed to and including the date of redemption. Such payments shall be made to: Michael R. Swan, Treasurer, Warren County, Warren County Municipal Center; 1340 State Route 9, Lake George, New York 12845. In the event that such taxes are paid by a person other than the record owner of such real property, the person so paying shall be entitled to have the tax liens affected thereby satisfied of record. Last day for redemption: The last day of redemption is hereby fixed as the July 18, 2014. Service of answer: Every person having any right, title or interest in, or lien upon any parcel of real property described in such petition may serve a duly verified answer upon the attorney for the Tax District setting forth in detail the nature and amount of his or her interest and any defense or objection to the foreclosure. Such answer must be filed in the office of the County Clerk and served upon the attorney for the Tax District on or before the date above mentioned as the last day for redemption. Failure to redeem or answer: In the event of failure to redeem or answer by any person having the right to redeem or answer, such person will be forever barred and foreclosed of all his or her right, title and interest and equity of redemption in and to the parcel described in such petition and a judgement in foreclosure may be taken by default. Michael R. Swan WARREN COUNTY TREASURER Martin D. Auffredou, Esq. Warren County Municipal Center 1340 State Route 9 Lake George, NY 12845 (518) 761-6463 NE4/12,4/26,5/10/20144TC-53822 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: GLENS FALLS ART, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 3/12/14. OFFICE LOCATION: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to The LLC, 40 Elizabeth Ln., Queensbury, NY 12009-5805. PURPOSES: To provide personal services relating to art instruction and the creation of artworks, and any other lawful purpose. NE-3/29-5/03/20146TC-42331 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF GLOBAL PAINTBALL LEAGUE, LLC Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York SSNY On February 28, 2014 Office Location: Warren County
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF GLOBAL PAINTBALL LEAGUE, LLC12, 2014 April Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York SSNY On February 28, 2014 Office Location: Warren County SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom Process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Global Paintball League, LLC, 59 West Berry Way, Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose: any lawful activity NE-4/5-5/10/2014-6TC42961 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITYCOMPANY. NAME; IDOL NAILS LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York on March 21, 2014. Office Location: WARREN COUNTY. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: c/o LLC, 820 State Route 9, Suite 1310, Queensbury, N.Y. 12804. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NE-3/29-5/3/2014-6TC42316 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF KRAZYKROW, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of State of NY (SSNY) on 1/24/2014. Office location, County of Saratoga. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o Stafford Carr & McNally, P.C., 175 Ottawa St., Lake George, NY 12845. Purpose: any lawful act. NE-4/5-5/10/2014-6TC42978 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a license, number Pending for beer, liquor and/or wine, has been applied for by the undersigned to sell beer, liquor and /or wine, at retail in a Tavern/Bar under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at Comfort Zone, 49 John Street, Hudson Falls, NY 12839 for on-premises consumption. NE-3/29-4/5/2014-2TC42103 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LLG LAKE GEORGE, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of State of NY (SSNY) on 2/27/2014. Office location, County of Warren. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 9 WoodcrestDr., Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose: any lawful act. NE-3/29-5/3/2014-6TC42212 NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law. The name of the Limited Liability Company is MATT BAKER EXCAVATING, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the New York Secretary of State (NYSOS) on March 4, 2014. The Company maintains an office located in Washington County. NYSOS has been designated as an agent for service of process against the Company and NYSOS shall mail process to 132 Sly Pond Road, Fort Ann, New York 12827. The latest date for Company Dissolution shall be indefinite. The purpose and business of the Company is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be formed. Muller, Mannix & Hobbs, PLLC, Glens Falls, NY. (518) 7932535 NE-3/15-4/19/20146TC-40935 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY under section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law Name: Pals XIV, LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on March 20,
the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to : c/o “The LLC”, One Washington Street, PO Box 2168, Glens Falls, New York 12801. Purpose: Any lawful act or activities. NE-3/29-5/3/2014-6TC42210
Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 03/21/14. Office location: Warren County. Princ. office of LLC: 3703 Main St., Warrensburg, NY 12885. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to Corporation Service Co., 80 State St., Albany, NY 12207-2543. Purpose: Any lawful activity. NE-4/5-5/10/2014-6TC42979
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Name: Riverbank Farms LLC. Articles of Organizationwww.newsenterprise.org filed with the Secretary of State of New LAKESIDE, York (SSNY) on Febru- SCOTTYS ary 7, 2014. Office loca- LLC, a domestic LLC, tion: Warren County. filed with the SSNY on SSNY is designated as 2/14/14. Office location: Warren County. SSNY is agent of the LLC upon whom process against it designated as agent may be served. SSNY upon whom process shall mail a copy of pro- against the LLC may be cess to: c/o The LLC, c/o served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 78 Edward A. Tucker, 1308 Terr., Lake Steeplechase Drive, Fort Konci Collins, CO 80524. Pur- George, NY 12845. Genpose: Any lawful act or eral Purpose. NE-3/15-4/19/2014activities. 6TC-40941 NE-3/08-4/12/20146TC-40242
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY April 12, 2014 COMPANY under section 203 of the Limited Liability LEGALS Company Law Name: Pals XIV, LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on March 20, NOTICE OF FORMATION 2014. Office location: OF REBECCA'S FLORIST Warren County. SSNY is & COUNTRY STORE, designated as agent of LLC the LLC upon whom Arts. of Org. filed with process against it may Secy. of State of NY NOTICE OF FORMATION be served. SSNY shall (SSNY) on 03/21/14. Of- OF LIMITED LIABILITY mail a copy of process COMPANY fice location: Warren to : c/o “The LLC”, One County. Princ. office of Name: Riverbank Farms Washington Street, PO LLC: 3703 Main St., LLC. Articles of OrganiBox 2168, Glens Falls, Warrensburg, NY 12885. zation filed with the SecNew York 12801. Pur- SSNY designated as retary of State of New pose: Any lawful act or agent of LLC upon York (SSNY) on Februactivities. whom process against it ary 7, 2014. 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LLC: 483 Quaker Rd., Queensbury, NY 12804. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC at the addr. of its princ. office. Purpose: Any lawful activity. NE-3/15-4/19/20146TC-40923
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF TOWBAR, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 02/28/14. Office location: Warren County. Princ. office of NOTICE OF FORMATION LLC: 483 Quaker Rd., OF VITLO ENTERPRISQueensbury, NY 12804. ES, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of SSNY designated as State of NY (SSNY) on agent of LLC upon whom process against it 3/19/2014. Office locamay be served. SSNY tion, County of Warren. SSNY has been desigshall mail process to the LLC at the addr. of its nated as agent of the princ. office. Purpose: LLC upon whom process against it may be Any lawful activity. served. SSNY shall mail NE-3/15-4/19/2014process to: The LLC, 6TC-40923 259 Warren St., Glens HOME IMPROVEMENTS Falls, NY 12801. Pur-
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