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LaFarr pledges to focus on ‘community policing’
Famed Nettle Meadow Farm to move cheese production to Lake Luzerne
By Thom Randall CORRESPONDENT
LAKE GEORGE | The 50th sheriff in Warren County’s 206-year history was sworn in Jan. 1 with about 180 people attending the ceremony, held in the Glens Falls Elks Lodge in Queensbury. After taking the oath of office, new Warren County Sheriff Jim LaFarr said he’d live up to his campaign pledge to focus on “community policing.” “I look around this room today, and I see community policing has already started,” LaFarr said, gesturing first to the audience and to the two-dozen-plus sheriff ’s officers standing at the south end of the lodge’s banquet room. “It’s about connections, it’s about relationships, it’s about family.”
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Left: The former Hitching Post restaurant and tavern, a 14,000-square-feet timber building that decades ago was a stop-off for cowhands and tourists on the fabled ‘Dude Ranch Trail’ in Lake Luzerne, is to become the new site for the cheese-making operations of Thurman’s Nettle Meadow Farm. Nettle Meadow has earned an international reputation for its artisan cheeses — and demand for products has grown substantially, prompting the enterprise to undergo expansion. Photo by Thom Randall
LAKE LUZERNE | The nationally renowned cheese-making enterprise Nettle Meadow Farm in the town of Thurman is moving its production facilities soon to a landmark building on Route 9N in the town of Lake Luzerne, according to local officials. Work is now underway to convert the former Hitching Post restaurant and tavern into a cheese-making plant for Nettle Meadow that is likely to become a popular tourist attraction,
Lake Luzerne Supervisor Gene Merlino said last week. Merlino serves on the Warren County Local Development Corp. which has arranged loans to allow Nettle Meadow’s production to expand to meet a fast-growing demand for their various artisan cheeses. Just two weeks ago, the New York State’s Regional Economic Development Council awarded Nettle
Meadow $120,000 to expand their cheese-making operations — and last February the county LDC liberalized the terms of a loan to Nettle Meadow to enable the farm’s owners, Sheila Flanagan and Lorraine Lambiase, to invest in higher-capacity processing equipment as well as boost marketing efforts. The LDC loan, granted in 2017, was for $115,000.
Jim LaFarr recites his oath of office as he assumes the post of Warren County’s 50th sheriff; state Supreme Court Judge Martin Auffredou (foreground) conducts the swearing-in ceremony. About 180 people attended the event, held Jan. 1 in Queensbury. Photo provided
LaFarr said that while he felt slightly apprehensive about taking on the post of sheriff, he wasn’t overwhelmed by the responsibilities of his new job because he could depend on those he would be working with.
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Warrensburg personnel changes pending Town planning board chair resigns By Thom Randall CORRESPONDENT
New Warrensburg Town Board member Rich Larkin takes the oath of office during the town’s organizational meeting held on Jan. 7. Larkin, who has expressed interest in boosting the town’s commerce and job opportunities, has been asked by town Supervisor Kevin Geraghty to spearhead the town’s economic development efforts. Photo by Thom Randall
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WARRENSBURG | Several people have stepped down last from their positions on the town of Warrensburg’s governing boards, and other citizens were appointed to take their place. Laura Moore, Warrensburg Planning Board member for about 23 years, resigned on Jan. 7. In recent years, she had served as the board’s chairman. Also, former town planning board member Rich Larkin, who was sworn in the same day at the town board’s organizational meeting as Warrensburg’s new town board member, resigned from the planning board. Both resignations were effective immediately. At the Jan. 7 meeting, the town board filled the two vacancies — they voted to appoint Susan Miller Hull to fill Larkin’s unexpired term which ends in Jan. 2024, and they named Linda Baker Marcella to serve out the remainder of Moore’s term. Also, the town board reappointed Suzanne Tyler, director of the local chamber of commerce, to a new five-year term. Warrensburg Town Supervisor Kevin Geraghty expressed appreciation to both Larkin and Moore for their service to the town.
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Supreme Court says snowmobile bridge ok Environmental groups’ lawsuit dismissed; DEC can build Cedar River Bridge By Kim Dedam STAFF WRITER
NORTH HUDSON | New York Supreme Court Judge Robert J. Muller dismissed a lawsuit that charged a snowmobile bridge over the Cedar River violated environmental protection laws. Essex Chain Lakes Complex
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Filed in January last year, the litigation brought by Adirondack Wild--Friends of the Forest Preserve and Protect the Adirondacks challenged construction and variance granted for the bridge. Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) planners designed it to connect snowmobile trails in Minerva and Indian Lake as part of Unit Management Plan for the Essex Chain Lakes. The connector trail would reach trails that lead to North Hudson and Long Lake. Muller reserved decision last fall, putting the bridge project on hold as separate snowmobile trail litigation moved through the Court of Appeals. But that lawsuit found against environmental preservation groups, and Muller proceeded to review the bridge case in Warren County Supreme Court. Muller dismissed all eight causes brought against DEC, which posited failure in review, inappropriate motorized use on state land or, generally, improper variance granted to build the bridge. Muller’s decision found DEC did take a hard look through planning at the Rivers System Act and potential environmental impacts. At Adirondack Wild, Managing Partner David Gibson says DEC evaded its own State Environmental Quality Review Act and, further, that the court let them get away with it. “In this instance, DEC sidestepped its SEQR responsibilities because it felt political pressure from the administration of Gov. Andrew Cuomo to build the motorized bridge quickly,” Gibson said in a statement after Muller ruled. “A Supreme Court deferred to DEC, which is too commonplace. Yet DEC is the sponsor of the SEQR Handbook used by hundreds of local government boards who receive interpretation and guidance on SEQR from DEC. “DEC sets their example. DEC sets their standard for how to do SEQR properly, how to do it right, how do it consistently well. DEC just set a terrible example for others to follow and should be embarrassed by its slipshod SEQR performance for a massive construction project across a Scenic River deep inside the Adirondack Forest Preserve. The Court should have called them on it.” Local government officials in the Five Town “Hub” area were pleased with Muller’s findings. “With all claims having been dismissed, the construction of the Cedar River Bridge, which provides a critical link
Photo of the Cedar River near the planned bridge site connecting trail systems between Minerva and Indian Lake. for the multi-use community connector trails for the Towns of Indian Lake, Minerva, Newcomb, Long Lake and North Hudson, can proceed. “The Cedar River Bridge and Chain Lakes Road will provide a route for four season recreation including hiking, biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and snowshoeing, essential in providing a boost to our economies and provide opportunities for new business growth while sustaining our existing business,” Five Towns spokesman Ron Moore said. Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board officials also lauded Muller’s decision. “The Review Board is delighted with DEC’s defense of its wellvetted plan to construct a bridge over the Cedar River against environmental groups’ legal arguments that the bridge would violate state law,” they said in a statement. “The plan to replace a historic washed-out bridge over the Cedar (River) was approved after an extensive public comment process that allowed all interested parties an opportunity to have input.” Local government officials have maintained that the multiuse trail with a bridge over the river will be used in all seasons by hikers, snowmobiles, horses and skiers alike. “The activities of those users is expected to provide economic benefits to the towns and the businesses in the towns, as they provide goods and services to the users.” Review Board Executive Director Jerry Delaney applauded DEC “for defending its plans for the replacement of the Cedar River Bridge and for its recognition that all the people of New York State have a right to recreate in the Adirondacks.” ■
EARTHQUAKE RATTLES BORDER TOWNS
Magnitude 3.3 centered north of border By Kim Dedam STAFF WRITER
JAY |A small earthquake rattled parts of the northern Adirondack region at 5:38 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) measured the quake at 3.3 on the Richter Scale,
10 kilometers south of Ormstown, Quebec, just on the U.S.-Canadian border. The quake occurred at a depth of 6.6 miles as measured by the Lamont-Dherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. Rattling was felt by Sun Community News reporter Tim Rowland in Jay. “There were three or four lamps rattling at around 5:30 a.m., and I was blaming the cat — until I remembered we only have one cat. Dogs were very agitated, too,” he said via email. The shook some homes in Lake Placid, Plattsburgh and in Keene Valley, according
to USGS citizen reports, and was felt as a rumbling in the border community at Cornwall. It is the second small earthquake to strike the North Country region in a week. A smaller quake, magnitude 1.2, shook northwest of Warrensburg at around 9:22 a.m. on Jan. 7. ■
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The town of Chester is to receive $25,000 ALBANY | Various projects in Warren and to create an emergency cooling center where Hamilton counties were awarded a total of citizens can fi nd relief during periods of slightly more than $2 million through the extreme heat. The facility is to be activated, Regional Economic Development Council’s when needed, at the town’s municipal center in the combined gymnasium/auditorium. recent grant competition. In Warren County, the city of Glens Falls UPCOUNTY CULVERT received the largest award, about $1.05 REPLACEMENTS EYED Hamilton million, to construct new stormwater sewer Wa r re n C ou nt y S oi l a nd Wate r County Warren mains along Walnut and Maple streets. These Conservation District was awarded four pipelines are to be separate from the existing County grants totaling $140,318 to conduct studies septic sewer mains that have been carrying on undersized or failing culverts — or pay for both sewage and stormwater — which have their replacement— in four towns. prompted untreated sewage, during instances The culvert replacement projects are to of heavy flows, to be released into the Hudson be conducted in Hague, Stony Creek and River. During one heavy rainstorm in October MOHAWK Warrensburg using $66,000 in grant aid. The 2018, about 16,000 gallons of sewage were INGerosion R and sediment projects are to reduce dumped into the waterway. AKES deposition in waterways caused by excessive Glens Falls was also awarded a $100,000 stream-bank scouring. Also, the projects are grant to complete an engineering study of to facilitate passage of aquatic organisms. how to reduce leakage of the city sewer One of two culvert replacement engineering pipes as well as inflows of groundwater studies — each funded with $27,227 — is to into the sewer mains. focus on an undersized, degrading box culvert Also, the towns of Hague and Lake George for Hague Brook in the town of Hague. The other are each receiving grants of $30,000 and SOUTHERN TIER study is to plan the replacement of a degrading $50,000 respectively for similar research on box culvert in the town of Queensbury. inflow and infiltration issues in their sewer Also, the Conservation District is to mains. The study is to be accompanied by complete an engineering feasibility study total $474,780 in this round of funding. to aid the Adirondack Experience’s marketrecommendations for solving the problems. on installing stormwater abatement devices A grant of $217,735 was awarded to ing strategies, program development and The town of Lake George’s study is to on Wincrest Drive in the town of Queensbury, Hamilton County and its local governments staff diversity training. as well as revision focus on sewer service laterals and unauwith an aim of reducing and treating of recruiting MID HUD 0procedures. to improve the countywide collection, haulthorized connections to the Caldwell Sewer stormwater runoff. The second grant of $37,100 is to extend ing and marketing of recyclables as well District sewer mains. The sole award to as the transfer and disposal of solid waste support for the Adirondack Experience’s This study is to not To read all the area a private entity in — according to plans detailed in a shared summer fellowship program for college only feature remeWarren County is a services study conducted by the county and students of color. In this program, students REDC coverage go to diation strategies, grant of $120,000 to its local governments. learn about the Experience’sLONG operations but also a capital suncommunitynews.com the entrepreneurs and visit other area museums. The firm ISLAND improvement plan to The Adirondack Experience, formerly the of Thurman’s Nettle address deficiencies. Adirondack Museum, received two awards Adirondack Diversity Solutions is to help Meadow Farm for expansion of their cheeserecruit and mentor students. totaling $167,045. In addition, the town of Lake George was making operations at a new site in Lake NEW The town of Indian Lake was awarded awarded $30,000 to conduct engineering One grant of $129,945 is for the museum Luzerne. (See accompanying story for details.) YORK research on how to capture and infi ltrate personnel to conduct research into African- $90,000 to implement strategic regional tourism marketing initiatives to boost tourism stormwater runoff on Beatty Road and Cedar HAMILTON PROJECTS AWARDED Americans’ and Latinos’ perceptions of, andCITY Lane — in order to reduce polluted water from GRANTS interest in, visiting the Adirondack Park and and prompt economic development in the town reaching Lake George. REDC grant awards for Hamilton County the Adirondack Experience. The objective is of Indian Lake and the Adirondack region. ■
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“The most important job is the work that the police are doing every day — the officers taking care of a victim, the communications officers answering a call with someone in crisis, the corrections officers ensuring the safety and security of our corrections facility,” he said, adding that he and new Undersheriff Terry Comeau would provide support to all the public safety personnel. “We’ll make sure we take care of the people that take care of you,” he said to the audience. “We’ll make sure that they have what they need, provide them with support and guide them — and we will flourish and be successful.” State Supreme Court Justice Martin Auff redou administered LaFarr’s oath of office. During the ceremony, Auff redou said LaFarr was well-prepared to take on the post of county sheriff. “More than any other high-profile position, county sheriff best reflects the core values and collective soul of the
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Merlino said the farm’s proprietors had already moved their milking goats and sheep to farmland in Clifton Park, and they are to be re-situated in Lake Luzerne sometime in the near future.
NETTLE MEADOW RESCUES ANIMALS AS WELL
Since Nettle Meadow was founded in 2000 or so, the farm has also served as an animal sanctuary, with goats, sheep and other farm animals roaming about on 75 or so rolling acres in Thurman, near the town of Johnsburg border. For 15 years or more, the Thurman farm has been a tourist attraction, where visitors learn how the farm’s staff
community,” he said. “In a time of crisis and tragedy, a community looks toward a sheriff to lead with courage, respect, and make rational, prudent decisions — and by their actions, reassuring the public that we live in an ordered society.” Auff redou advised LaFarr to seek the counsel of others in his decision-making. “Call on your exceptional public servants, the men and women of your department — invite their counsel,” he said. In his introductory remarks, former county Undersheriff Bob Swan said that with LaFarr and Comeau in charge, the 200-or-so employees of the county sheriff ’s office would enjoy enhanced camaraderie. “It’s already like a big family, but it will come even closer now with these two guys at the helm,” Swan said, noting that LaFarr “did a phenomenal job” years ago when Swan observed his work as an investigator.
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nurtures a wide variety of farm animals — as many as 350 — including llamas, horses, donkeys, chicken, ducks, turkeys, and pigs — of all stages in life, many of them rescued. The enterprise’s web page notes the farm is committed to the principles of “happy and healthy animals” and area residents confi rm their dedication to their creatures as well as to sustainable farming practices. Nettle Meadow’s sanctuary is to remain located in Thurman, according to local officials. Attempts to contact Flanagan and Lambiase were unsuccessful as of Jan. 10. Merlino said the former Hitching Post restaurant — measuring about 1`4,000 square feet — provides a facility remarkably larger than their modest cheese
production building in Thurman, and will allow the business to host more visitors. According to LDC documents, the expansion of the enterprise might prompt its workforce to double. He said the Hitching Post, built many decades ago with large timbers, is being reconstructed with glass-walled production rooms so tourists and students can observe the cheese-making process, A lobby in the building is to host cheese and wine tastings, Merlino said. “Everyone is overwhelmingly happy about this expansion,” he said, noting that local officials are now seeking an endorsement from the APA for a change in local land use. “We’re all working together to get this accomplished.” ■
enforcement personnel with the state’s new bail reform laws, which substantially restrict when suspects can be jailed. “A lot of bad people are going to be out on the streets,” he predicted. “I think it’s going to be a nightmare.” But LaFarr said he had already spent a month or so counseling with other law enforcement officials on the implications of bail reform, strategizing how to minimize problems. “We are prepared; we’re ready; we’re up for the challenge — we’ll be hitting the ground running,” he said. Queensbury Town Justice Michael Muller praised LaFarr for choosing Comeau as Undersheriff before administering the oath of office to LaFarr’s new second-in-command. “You’ve made an excellent choice,” Muller said “Terry is a selfless, sharing, caring person.” Concluding the ceremony, LaFarr thanked the crowd for attending. “The positive energy here this morning is humbling,” he said. ■
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Prognosticating 2020 By Dan Alexander
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Among the things I dislike about coverage of national sports are the various articles written about the possible outcomes of future events. It always seems like a waste of time not only reading the article but placing any faith in the prediction. The NFL has had some interesting playoff games the past few weeks but the real enjoyment of watching the game doesn’t come from knowing the outcome but from watching the twists and turns of fortunes that are the best part of the game. If you watched these games, you know what I’m commenting about. If you didn’t watch, you probably have no interest in what took place, so I’m going to try and give you the play-by-play. More important than the NFL are the upcoming 2020 elections and how our world turmoil will be affected by their outcome. I have no intention of making any predictions here. Our role is neither to take sides nor endorse candidates, and certainly not to pick winners and losers. But like most national elections we have in this country, the outcomes have a significant impact on our lives. No matter which side of the fence you sit on, or if you are a fence straddler, we’ll all be keeping an eye on the upcoming primary races set to start Feb. 11 in nearby New Hampshire. As the races heat up, we know many of you will have opinions on the candidates, the issues and the controversies that will be sure to bubble to the surface during the year. So, here are a few predictions we feel confident making: We know we’ll get many letters to the editor from readers looking for us to publish their thoughts and endorsements. We also can confidently predict that many of those running for office will be seeking free coverage. Our goal is to be a fair arbitrator of the information and requests for space. Letters to the editor will be closely monitored to ensure the comments are issued based and fair to all. Once the races begin, candidates will be offered interviews. Major events affecting the candidates may be covered if we view it as hard news, but we will extend comment opportunities to their competitors. Readers that want to profess their support for candidates, as in the past, will be offered the opportunity to purchase space in the newspaper. We may be a free paper, but space is valuable; fairness can only be accomplished when the paper isn’t perceived as having its thumb on the scale. As always, questions or concerns about our coverage can be directed to me. Good luck to all. ■
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Please note in last week’s edition the article regarding the Lake George’s new sewer plant, The Lake George Waterkeeper and The FUND for Lake George collected the data and wrote the 17 month study that documented the impact from the Lake George sewer plant to Lake George and its watershed. ■
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The planning board is likely to name a new chair at their next meeting. Susan Hull had served an alternate member on the planning board for some time, and Marcella served as town board member from January 2012 though last month. In addition, the town board reappointed William Oehler to the town Zoning Board of Appeals to serve an additional five-year term.
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In other matters conducted at the Jan. 7 meeting, the town board decided to provide local citizens with two options in paying for their trash disposal — either in cash at the transfer station, or by using the traditional punch cards. The town had recently converted to cash payments, but local officials heard that many people still
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• Heard that a new hair salon, named “Looks by Lindsey,” opened Dec. 21 at 3753 Main St. The enterprise is owned by Lindsey Persons, a 2011 graduate of North Warren Central School; • Were informed that town Code Enforcement Officer Jim Hull has been patrolling the town, looking for cars that are parked overnight in violation of town law; • Heard from Geraghty that much of the town’s extensive holiday lighting will be kept in place for at least another month, while some displays will be taken down; • Expressed appreciation to Tracy Benoit and other town water department employees for assisting firefighters in the middle of the night Dec. 31 at the scene of the fatal fire on Schroon River Road, and • Consented that the old town highway garage and adjacent town-owned lots be declared surplus and be put up for sale soon. ■
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possessed unused punch cards — and that churches had been handing out those cards to help those in need — so they reinstated the traditional payment method as an option. Punch cards will continue to be sold at the town clerk’s office at the $20 price, at least until the 900 cards in stock are sold, Geraghty said. In other business, the town board: • Heard a prediction from Geraghty that the house located at 47 Main St. on townowned property is likely to be demolished in the next two months, following the removal of asbestos by a certified contractor — a process which is now pending; • Discussed setting a meeting date relatively soon to consider potential changes to the town zoning ordinances and review various planning issues; • Were informed by Geraghty that the town government, as of Dec. 31, has a total of about $2,176,000 on hand in its accounts;
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Turning back the pages
Remembering 60 years ago: January 1960 By Jean Hadden COLUMNIST
Thought for the day “The more things change, the more they are the same.” — Folk proverb
NEW STEER AT OSCAR’S MARKET
Among the scenic wonders, of Warrensburg, is the highly mobile Black Angus steer which rides atop of Oscar’s meat market truck. The steer was created by Jack Binder, local artist, from a combination of lightweight and water proof materials developed in his local studio. Oscar Quintal chose this symbol of his business because he specializes in steaks, roasts and beef from Black Angus steers. An oil of a herd of Black Angus cattle painted by Binder adorns the front of Oscar’s Smoke House on Main Street, Warrensburg. Binder’s studio is at the old race track. He is currently working on a group of African jungle figures he is creating for Storytown (now the Great Escape) in Lake George. (Note – The old racetrack was located where there are streets now behind Ashe’s Hotel.
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Mark Bruce, proprietor of the Colonial Arms Hotel and restaurant, flat out denied rumors that the hotel has been
sold. “I have not sold the hotel and I do not contemplate selling it,” he told the Warrensburg News. He is now in the process of building a large indoor swimming pool and snack bar and plans additional improvements. The historic old hotel is a popular place for townspeople to enjoy a fine Friday night special dinner. A complete meal is $1.95 which includes a choice of fried Sea Scallops, Crabmeat Dewey and Swordfish which top an extensive menu. Pizza is the special at $1 each on Wednesday nights. (Note – The Colonial Arms was located where Walgreen’s Pharmacy is today.)
Tommy has not been idle during his long illness as he has learned to knit and has knitted mittens and socks for all the members of his family.
Mrs. Ruth Lockhart, a 25-year-old wife and mother of two, who resides on the East side of Lake George, on Friday, Jan. 1, 1960 took the first swim in Lake George for the new year. Mrs. Lockhart, the wife of Donald Lockhart, proprietor of the Lockhart Nursing Home in Lake George, went in the water as a part of her New Year’s resolution to go swimming once a month every month of this coming year. (Note: I never met this lady but Donald Lockhart and my late husband, Merv Hadden were buddies as they both had boats on the lake. The good old days.)
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Tommy Beadnell, 13, of Thurman, has returned home from the hospital. He has been ill for over a year and requires a blood transfusion every other day.
MAN DIES IN CORINTH
Joseph Bolduc, 20 years old, of Corinth, was crushed to death Saturday, Jan. 16, 1960, under a falling tree on Potash Mountain where he was cutting pulp wood. His body was found under a fallen tree by a fellow worker, Evariste Guay, with whom he had gone into the woods with that morning. Working with a power saw it is believed that he did not hear the tree falling and never saw what hit him. A three year old North Creek child chocked to death on a piece of toast on Friday, Jan. 15, 1960. The boy was Arthur Walden Jr., son of Arthur Walden Sr. Dr. Jaques Grunblatt pronounced the child dead on his arrival.
NEWS FROM AFAR
Word has been received of a son being born on Nov. 1, 1960 to Rev. and Mrs. E.J. Flewelling in Tanganyika (now Tanzania), East Africa. The couple are former residents of Warrensburg serving as missionaries. The baby has been named Gerald Lloyd and he has a brother, Edward Philip Flewelling. — Readers are welcome to contact Sun correspondent Jean Hadden at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518 623-2210.
MLK MARCH, CELEBRATION SET FOR JAN. 18 By Thom Randall CORRESPONDENT
GLENS FALLS | For more than 20 years, hundreds of people in Warren County have annually spent a winter afternoon to show their support of racial justice, unity, peace and social diversity. They’ve done it by participating in the Glens Falls Martin Luther King Day celebration, either by marching through the city, attending the memorial service, or both. This year’s celebration is to occur on Sunday, Jan. 19, and this week local NAACP vice president Lee Braggs welcomed all people in the region participate. “The Martin Luther King Day celebration has grown over its 20-plus years and truly morphed into a community-wide event,” he said. “But our ultimate goal is to have as many people across Warren and Washington counties participate — we are the only annual event of its kind north of Albany, and we want to build on what we’ve got.” The event starts off at 3:15 p.m. with and community leaders, NAACP officials and
Leading the march in Glens Falls’ annual Martin Luther King Day celebration, 2013 edition, are (left to right): Ernest Gooden, NAACP Branch President Mary Gooden, Lee Braggs, Jacarus Gibson, and Bruce Reese. Photo by Thom Randall
governmental representatives delivering remarks in the lobby of Glens Falls City hall, followed by a march several blocks to Christ Church Methodist located at 54 Bay St. The ecumenical Martin Luther King Day service at the church begins at 4 p.m. The theme of this year’s ser v ice is “Expressing Martin Luther King’s Dream through the Arts,” and it features performances by three high school choirs and participation by students from various area churches, temples and schools. Also featured will be displays of artwork created by dozens of area students, interpreting the event’s theme. The doors of the church will be open beginning at 3:30 p.m. for meditation — and a fellowship session is to be held in the church hall following the service, Braggs said. “Although we live in turbulent times as a nation, we are continuing to move forward,” he said. “It’s important we come out and celebrate this man who gave up his life for his beliefs — His legacy is about non-violent protest to achieve peace and gain equality.” The “snow day” for the celebration and march is set for Monday, Jan. 20. ■
Briefs IWriters’ group to meet at library
INDIAN LAKE | The Indian Lake Public Library has an ongoing writers’ group that takes place alternate Tuesday mornings at 10:30. Upcoming dates are Jan. 28, Feb. 11 and 25. Writers of all genres and levels are invited to join this supportive group. Bring something you’re working on to share with other members. The library is located on Pelon Road and may be reached at 518-648-5444. ■
Long Lake Winter Birding weekend LONG LAKE | Join Joan Collins, president of Adirondack Avian Expeditions and Workshops and “New York Birders” editor, for a weekend of birding on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 25 and 26. Aside from the usual boreal species (black-backed woodpeckers, boreal chickadees, Bohemian waxwings and gray jays) birders may also spot “irruptives,” such as red crossbills (who have already arrived), common and hoary redpolls and pine siskins, due to this year’s abundance of food. Following Saturday’s round of birding Joan will present a talk on “Current and Projected Effects of Climate Change on Boreal Habitats
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LAKE GEORGE | The Lake George Snowball Gala takes place on Friday, Jan. 24, at 6 p.m. at the Lake George Beach Club (3 Lower Montcalm St.). Expect a dinner buffet featuring prime rib and roast turkey followed by live music and dancing; live and silent auctions will accompany throughout the evening. Proceeds will help fund the Lake George Winter Carnival (Feb. 1-2). Tickets are available at Mario’s Restaurant (429 Canada St.) or by calling 518668-2665 and on the Lake George Winter Carnival Facebook page. Or call the Lake George Beach Club at 518-685-5418 for details. ■
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FALL STATE SCHOLAR ATHLETES NAMED
MVAC names fall scholar athletes By Keith Lobdell
TROY | The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) is proud to announce its fall 2019 Scholar-Athlete teams and individuals. This is the 28th year the NYSPHSAA has conducted the Scholar-Athlete program, which is sponsored by Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc. This fall, NYSPHSAA recognized 66 Scholar-Athlete teams and 679 individuals from Section VII. “Congratulations to our NYSPHSAA student-athletes and member schools,” said Dr. Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA Executive Director. “The Scholar-Athlete program continues to be one of the most rewarding endeavors we encourage here at the Association.” AuSable Valley (50): Boys cross country, football, girls cross country, girls soccer, girls swimming, volleyball. Beekmantown (60): Boys cross country, girls cross country, girls soccer, volleyball, gymnastics. Boquet Valley (28): Boys cross country (M/BV), Boys soccer, girls soccer. Crown Point (19): Boys soccer, girls soccer. Indian Lake: Boys soccer, girls soccer. Keene (18): Boys soccer, girls soccer. Lake Placid (29): Boys varsity soccer, girls cross
PLATTSBURGH | The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference has named the following student-athletes as members of the fall 2019 scholar athlete team: Boquet Valley - Seniors Lucas Spilling and Maggie Ploufe Chazy - Seniors Gabe Huchro and Olivia Rotella Crown Point - Senior Dylan Sours and Mya Pertak Indian Lake - Sophomore Logan Collins and senior Callie Roberts Johnsburg - Sophomore Gabe Powers and junior Hunter Mulvey Keene - Junior Harvey Runyon and senior Alyssa Summo Long Lake - Junior Jose Ramos and senior Syana Sandiford Minerva - Junior Katherine Wimberly Newcomb - Senior Zachary Phelps Schroon Lake - Seniors Mike Foote and Victoria Buell Wells - Seniors Tyler Bolerbuch and Maygan Robinson Willsboro - Seniors Jared Ball and Samantha Harrison. ■
country, girls soccer, volleyball. Moriah (28): Boys cross country (M/BV), girls cross country (M/BV), girls soccer, girls swimming. Northeastern Clinton (43): Boys cross country, Boys soccer, girls cross country, girls soccer. Northern Adirondack (30): Boys soccer, girls soccer, volleyball. Peru (78): Boys cross country, girls cross country, girls soccer, girls swimming, volleyball, gymnastics. Plattsburgh High (73): Boys cross country, Boys soccer, girls cross country, girls soccer, girls swimming, volleyball, gymnastics. Saranac (96): Boys cross country, Boys soccer, football, girls cross country, girls soccer, volleyball. Saranac Lake (53): Boys cross country, Boys soccer, girls cross country, girls soccer, volleyball. Seton Catholic (21): Boys cross country, girls cross country, girls soccer. Ticonderoga (21): Boys cross country, girls cross country, Wells (17): Boys soccer, girls soccer. Willsboro (15): Boys soccer, girls soccer. ■
Five Burghers earn All-State football honors By Thom Randall
Warrensburg-North Warren running back Jaron Griffin breaks a tackle as he runs into the end zone for a touchdown during the Section II Class D title game last November, which the Burghers won to capture the championship. This week, Jaron Griffin was named an All-State First Team athlete for his work as a defensive linebacker, and four other team members won All-State honors — Jesse Griffin, Tristen Hitchcock, Dylan Winchell and Zach Shambo.
WARRENSBURG | For the first time in local history, four athletes on the Warrensburg football squad have been awarded AllState honors, small-school division, and a fifth earned Honorable Mention status. The announcement was made Jan. 8 by the New York State Sportswriters Association. Early this week, Burgher football coach Mike Perrone reflected on the athletes’ attributes. The five were key players on the 2018 and 2019 Warrensburg-North Warren football teams that won two consecutive Section II Class D titles. Awarded as an All-State First Team
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defensive player was Burgher linebacker Jaron Griffin, a senior. Jaron executed 66 tackles this past season, and 169 over his four-year varsity career. Also, he served as a running back intermittently to keep opponents off-guard.
“Jaron’s been a really great player for a handful of years — he’s been giving opponents trouble since he was a freshman,” the coach said. Named as an All-State Second Team offensive player was Jesse Griffin, also a senior, who
has won the honor for two consecutive years. For years, fans have enjoyed his powerful, fast and wily yardage gains as a running back. He has rushed for 1,563 yards this last season alone. “Jesse has had a great high-school career — we’ll miss both Jaron and Jesse next year,” Perrone said. Also honored on the All-State Second Team was sophomore Dylan Winchell as an allpurpose offensive player, as well as freshman Tristen Hitchcock as a defensive linebacker. “You hardly ever see underclass players make All-State teams — this is an outstanding achievement for them both,” Perrone said of Winchell and Hitchcock. See FOOTBALL » pg. 9
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“Tristen just turned 14 several days ago — and for him to dominate the way he did at 13, is incredible — They will both be recognized like this several more times before their high school careers are over.” Accorded A ll-State Honorable Mention status was senior linebacker Zach Shambo, who averaged 7.3 tackles per game this year. “Zach is a team leader — he’s hard worker every single practice,” Perrone said. “And every game, he’s flying around the field making tackles — and he’s only 145 pounds or so.” Perrone said that for these five athletes to be awarded at the state level reflects their commitment to football — which extends to working out year-round. “It’s really no surprise these guys got the All-State awards, considering they are the hardest workers off-season,” he said. “They are all such good role models for our other athletes.” ■
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The 2019-20 Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George WarEagles Wrestling Team includes (front row, left to right): Aiden Price, Colby Hanna, Mystic Potts, Grace York, Mike Springer, Dustin Lashway, Sam Stzork, (row 2): coach Jeff Varmette, Gavin McCabe, Leon Reynolds, Brayden Mahon, Quinton Fox, Caleb Carpenter, coach Jeremy Duers, (rear): Hunter DeMarsh, Justin Hoffman, Logan Marrisal, Mike Fuss, Carter MacIntosh, and Colby Hoolihan. (Not pictured): Cameron Duers, Antonio Morehouse, Dan Shippee and managers Reigan Hanna and Hannah Johnson.
LAKE LUZERNE | Hadley-Luzerne High School junior Justin Hoffman was named champion of the 152-pond weight class in the Saratoga Invitational Wrestling Tournament. Fourteen teams, including the Hadley-Luzerne/ Lake George WarEagles, competed in the annual event held Jan. 4 at Saratoga Springs High School. Hoffman won all of his matches by pinning his opponents. In the finals, Hoffman pinned Jack Davis of Ballston Spa in 3:16 to win the title. In Hoffman’s semifinal match, he pinned James Hooker of Windsor High in 3:34. In Hoffman’s quarterfinal match, he pinned Sheamus Devine of General Brown High in 1:18. Seniors Mike Fuss and Cameron Duers, plus sophomore Caleb Carpenter, all placed fourth in their respective weight classes. Wrestling at 160 pounds, Fuss pinned Dristen Hughes of Queensbury in 3:52 in a quarterfinal match to earn his was into the semifinals, when he lost by a 5-2 decision to James Prastio of Ballston Spa. Duers had similar success at 220 pounds, pinning Will Bell of Queensbury in 3:31 in a quarterfinals match before being pinned by
Will Murphy of Champlain Valley, Vt. not long before the clock ran down. In the consolation final, Duers was injured, leaving Mike Lupo of Ballstan Spa to take third place. Wrestling at 113 pounds, the high point of Carpenter’s day was pinning Seth Ponders of Hollis Brookline in 1:47 in his quarterfinals match. Carpenter lost his following two matches by decision. His concluding consolation final match ended in a close 4-2 decision won by Kyle Griskowitz of Saratoga Springs. On Jan. 8, four Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George wrestlers won their matches in a meet against
Salem-Cambridge, which ended up 51-24 in the latter team’s favor. Two of the matches were competitive, hard-fought battles: A match between WarEagle Cameron Duers and Evan Day at 220 pounds extended into overtime, with Duers winning 8-6; and Duers’ teammate Aiden Price decisioned Joey Kitz 4-5 at 138 pounds. Justin Hoffman and Caleb Carpenter defeated their opponents to aid the WarEagle effort. Hoffman pinned Joey Cary in 1:16 at 152 pounds, and Carpenter pinned Jacob Haynes in 4:45 at 113 pounds. Dustin Lashway, credited with a forfeit at 145 pounds, also added to the WarEagles score. ■
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Carnival held at Mt. Sabattis Pavilion; 12:00 PM. Activities include: Ice Sculptures, Snowmobile Parade, Cardboard Box Race, Ladies’ Frying Pan Toss, Fireworks, Bonfire and more! Hague » Movie Night “Abominable,” 2019 held at Lakeside Regional Church; 6:30 PM. Come join us at the Hague Church Fellowship Hall as we have a movie night! Popcorn and drinks will be available.
and Fireworks Display held at Gore Mountain Ski Resort; Join us on the sundeck at dusk for an amazing fireworks display and torch run, illuminating the base area! Snacks and drinks available. Newcomb » Film - H is for Hawk: A New Chapter held at Adirondack Interpretive Center; 1:30 PM. Delve deeper into the world of Helen Macdonald’s bestselling book, H is for Hawk, as she follows a goshawk family in the wild while raising and training a new goshawk of her own. This event is free.
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Winter Weekend held at Camp Santanoni Historic Area; Crosscountry skiers and snowshoers will be able to visit both the Gate Lodge and Main Lodge of Camp Santanoni, view displays about the great camp and take interpretive tours with Adirondack Architectural Heritage. Info: 518-834-9328
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Singers Rehearsals held at Johnsburg Central School; 7:00 PM. The North Country Singers under the direction of Denise Conti will resume rehearsals to prepare for their spring concert.
Warrensburg » Medicare Seminar held at The Richards Library; 5:30 PM. Want to know more about Medicare? CDPHP Rep. Jody Leavens will be available to answer your questions at the Richards Library’s Community Event Room. This is a FREE event and the public is invited to attend.
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Chestertown » Social Knitting held at Chestertown Town Hall; 12:00 PM. Social Knitting in the Meeting Room of Chestertown Town Hall.
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Program: Free Fitness Center Open Hours held at Silver Bay YMCA; 8:30 AM. The Fitness Center is free to all, for the winter months, Mon, Wed. and Fri. through February. No membership required.
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Long Lake » Winter Birding Weekend in Long Lake held at Long Lake Town Hall; 8:00 AM. Join Local Birding Expert and Guide Joan Collins from Adirondack Avian Expeditions for two days of birding tours and an afternoon presentation. The Central Adirondacks is the place to spot Common Redpolls, Red Crossbills, and Pine Siskins. Blue Mountain Lake » Cabin
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Newcomb » Film - Leave it to Beavers held at Adirondack Interpretive Center; 1:30 PM. This is the fascinating story of North American beavers - history, near extinction, and comeback. Beavers may play a large role in offsetting the impact of global climate change. This free event is part of the AIC Winter Film Series.
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Fishing Derby held at Raquette Lake Fire Hall; 6:00 AM. Registration begins at 6:00 a.m. Fish for lake trout, brook trout, perch, and salmon. Cash prizes and plaques for winners. Hot chocolate and snacks provided throughout the day.
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Burghers take 4th in Red Devil tourney Below: During a Jan. 8 wrestling meet between Warrensburg and WhitehallFort Ann, Burgher sophomore Hunter Nemec attempts a pin as he presses Tyler Fish of Whitehall to the mat, moments before Fish reverse on him and wins the bout.
Hunter Nemec wins championship By Thom Randall CORRESPONDENT
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WARRENSBURG | The Warrensburg wrestling team racked up formidable accomplishments this week — defeating Adirondack League rival Whitehall-Fort Ann by a score of 49-31 on Jan. 8, then placing fourth among 23 teams at the Red Devil Tournament held on Jan. 11. The Red Devil tourney, featuring some leading teams in central New York, was hosted by Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School in Verona, New York. In this highly competitive tournament, Hunter McKenna won the
Warrensburg wrestler Hunter McKenna (second from left) receives an a commemorative mug and T-shirt soon after winning the championship of the 152-pound weight class at the Red Devil wrestling tournament held in Verona. A junior, McKenna surpassed 100 varsity wins early last season as a 10th grader. Courtesy photo
DEATH NOTICES WARRENSBURG | Douglas M. Strodel passed away on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, at the age of 75. Born in 1944. Arrangements are being made by the Alexander Funeral Home.
WARRENSBURG | Philip R. VanGuilder passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the age of 70. Born in 1949. Arrangements are being made by the Alexander Funeral Home.
WARRENSBURG | Gail S. Strodel passed away on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, at the age of 72. Born in 1947. Arrangements are being made by the Alexander Funeral Home.
MINEVILLE | Elizabeth Jean (Fernandez) Abare passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the age of 80. Born on November 23, 1939. No services are planned.
BOLTON LANDING | Betty (Tripp) French passed away on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, at the age of 89. Born on February 23, 1930. Arrangements are being made by the Alexander Funeral Home. Also from Hague.
NORTH RIVER | Mary Alice (Baugh) Buckley passed away on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at the age of 98. Born on June 20, 1921. Arrangements are being made by the Alexander Funeral Home. Also from Aloe, Fla.
HAGUE | Anita Rose (Ramagli) Masten passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the age of 89. Born on July 19, 1930. Arrangements are being made by the Wilcox & Regan Funeral Home. Also from Norwalk, Conn.
WHITEHALL | Mary “Rita” “Sugar” (Forgette) Gordon passed away on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at the age of 92. Born on March 20, 1927. Arrangements are being made by the Jillson Funeral Home. Also from Putnam.
POTTERSVILLE | Margaret (Forrest) Loveday passed away on Saturday, January 4, 2020, at the age of 72. Born on June 30, 1947. Arrangements are being made by the Alexander Funeral Home.
WHITEHALL | Patricia “Patty” Lynn Scrimo passed away on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at the age of 76. Born on July 31, 1943. Arrangements are being made by the Jillson Funeral Home.
BURGHERS WIN BATTLE WITH RAILROADERS
The Burghers’ meet three days earlier versus Whitehall-Fort Ann was far closer than the final score indicated. Over this key league game, the lead shifted back-and-forth as action-packed and suspenseful matches took place. Jacob Clear was credited with sparking a rally midway through the meet, as he won a tough match by executing a takedown in the closing 20 seconds of his bout; but the Railroaders fought back. The meet closed out with three of Clear’s teammates — Hunter McKenna, Tom Combs and Joe Murdick — securing the victory by winning three consecutive bouts. At 152 pounds, McKenna pinned Troy Austin in 3:12 at 152 pounds; Tom Combs decisioned Brennan Card 11-3 at 160 pounds, and Joe Murdick finished off the meet
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by pinning Chad Aratare in 1:09 at 170 pounds. Other Burghers winning in the meet were Zach Olden who pinned Allen Beaulieu in 1:31 at 99 pounds; Cameron Carpenter, who pinned Declan Bombard in 3:31 at 106 pounds; Dylan Winchell who pinned Hack Herring in 58 seconds at 126 pounds; and Tanner McKenna, who pinned Cameron Corsi in 31 seconds at 132 pounds. Landian Templeton was credited with a forfeit at 113 pounds. Trapasso said this week’s showdown with the Railroaders and their participation the Red Devil tournament were good preparation for the upcoming duals meet between the top four small-school Section II teams, held to determine which squad will represent the Section in the upcoming New York State team championship tournament. “This week’s competition will make us far more competitive in the post-season,” he said. For the past two years, the Burghers won this qualifier duals meet and represented Section II at the state team tournament. The four finalists for the state team tourney, in order of seeding, are: Cobleskill, Warrensburg, Tamarac and Watervliet. This tournament is to be held on Tuesday Jan. 21, with Warrensburg paired with Tamarac in one semifinal meet and Cobleskill versus Watervliet competing in the other. Soon afer, the two victors battle in the finals to earn the berth in the state team tourney, to be held Feb. 1. In the meantime, the Burghers face HadleyLuzerne/Lake George on Jan. 15, and will be competing in the six-team Granville Duals meet on Saturday Jan. 18. At this point in the season, Warrensburg is 3-0 in the Adirondack League and 18-1 overall. ■
championship of the 152-pound weight class; and four Burghers — Tanner McKenna, Zach Shambo, Tristan Hitchcock and Jacob Clear — all placed fourth at 132, 138, 195 and 285 pounds respectively. Placing fifth were Dylan Winchell at 126 pounds and Joe Murdick at 170 pounds. “We had a very solid showing in the tournament,” coach Mark Trapasso said. “There was very, very tough competition, and our kids wrestled well.” Winning the tourney was Fulton Central School; the host district placed seventh. In his title bout, Hunter McKenna pinned Branton Carpenter of South Lewis Central at 5:24 — following the semifinals in which he pinned Brady Buttice of the BainbridgeGuilford-Afton-Harpursville team in 2 minutes. In the quarterfinals, McKenna pinned Steven Minor of Camden in 32 seconds.
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North Warren continues unbeaten streak By Thom Randall
Alongside Miller’s scoring tirade in the away game against Salem, Girard scored 24 points; Dunkley scored 9 points primarily by drawing multiple fouls; senior forward Mario Willette and senior guard Nate Hopper scored 6 points each; junior guard Jack Jennings contributed 5 points; and Ryan Hill hit a foul shot. Aden Terry led the Generals with 16 points. Cuyler said the Cougars have a formidable challenge over the next five games, as their upcoming opponents are among the Adirondack League’s best teams.
CHESTERTOWN | The North Warren basketball team remained undefeated this as they exhibited team chemistry, strategic playmaking, efficient rebounding and hot shooting in a 80-52 defeat of Salem Jan. 10 and a 78-32 victory over Fort Edward four days earlier. North Warren was 10-0 overall and 6-0 in the Adirondack League as of Jan. 12 as they passed the mid-season mark. Senior guard Ryan Miller stepped into the spotlight in the Salem game, scoring 29 points, which set a personal career record. Miller sank 11 field goals, three of them from behind the arc — plus four foul shots. “Ryan came out on fire in Friday’s game,” said new North Warren Boys Basketball Coach James Cuyler. “Some other guys of ours were struggling early, and he really picked up the slack.” Cuyler said that Miller, the team captain, has been working hard and keeping the other players motivated. “He’s the heart and soul of the team,” Cuyler said. “Whatever I ask him to do, he does.” While the media has focused since 2018 on the high-scoring inside-outside duo of junior point-guard Anthony Girard and junior center Tanner Dunkley, Cuyler points out the depth
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the smallest schools in the area, his players are confident they can compete against any team. “They feel they’re as good as anybody else on the court,” he said.
On Jan. 6, North Warren defeated Fort Edward 78-32 with Girard leading the pack with 32 points, followed by Dunkley with 17 points and 16 rebounds. Willette had a good game with 10 points and 10 rebounds; Miller added 8 points; senior guard James Steen tallied five points; Jennings added 4; and senior guard Reece Bradley chipped in two points. After a game against Corinth on Jan. 15, North Warren is scheduled to play legendary Lake George on Friday, Jan. 17, followed by an away game a week later against division leader Granville — then comes a road trip to Argyle on Jan. 29. Cuyler noted that the latter two schools have passionate and vocal basketball fans. “Well be going into hostile territory, and it will be wild!” he said. ■
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Mountain View Community Church: 2516 State Route 8, 518-251-9933, Sunday: 11 AM.
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Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church:
Goodman Ave., 518-644-3861, Sunday: Mass 9:00 & 10:00 AM, Vigil Mass 5:30 PM. BlessedSacramentBolton.org Bolton Community Church: 5 Horicon Ave., 518-644-9962, Sunday: Worship 10:00 AM, Junior/ Children’s Church 11:00 AM. www.BoltonCC.org Emmanuel United Methodist Church: 19 Stewart Ave., 518-644-9962, Sunday: Worship 10:00 AM.
Episcopal Church of Saint Sacrament:
4879 Lake Shore Dr., 518-644-9613, Saturday: Mass 5:00 PM, Sunday: Mass 10:00 AM. Solid Rock Assembly of God: 12 Church Hill Rd., 518-240-6324, Sunday: Worship Service and Children’s programs 10:00 AM. Facebook: Solid Rock Assembly
Community United Methodist Church: 11
Church St., 518-494-3374, Service 10:00 AM. Faith Bible Church: 4 Hayes Rd., 518-494-7183, Sunday: Worship 10:00 AM. www.faithbiblechurchny. com
St. Isaac Jogues Roman Catholic Church:
Riverside Dr. & Church St., 518-824-1176, Saturday: Vigil 4:00 PM, Sunday: Mass 9:30 AM in Hague, 11:00 AM in Chestertown.
Jesus is Lord Fellowship: 264 Diamond Point
Rd., 518-623-9712, Friday: Barn Gathering Worship 6:30 PM. Diamond Point Community: 3699 Lake Shore Dr., Visit our website for service times. www. diamondpointcommunitychurch.com
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RWJ Johnsburg United Methodist Church: 1798 South Johnsburg Rd., 518-251-3371,
Sunday: Worship 10:00 AM.
Adirondack Mission of the Episcopal Church: 518-494-3314, Call for service times and
First Baptist Church of Indian Lake: 18
information. www.theadirondackmission.org, also on Facebook. Horicon Baptist Church: 6618 State Route 8, 518-494-2584, Sunday: Worship 11:00 AM & 6:00 PM. www.horiconbaptist.com St. Paul’s Episcopal Church: State Route 8, Sunday; 8 AM. Facebook: AdirondackMission
Sabel Rd., Sunday: Worship 10:30 AM, Teen Group 6:00 PM.
Independent Baptist Church of Indian Lake: 6110 State Route 30, 518-648-5744, Sunday: Worship 11:00 AM.
Indian Lake United Methodist Church:
6140 State Route 28, 518-648-5441, Sunday: Worship 9:15 AM.
Lane, 518-582-3671, Saturday: Mass 7:00PM, Sunday: Mass 9:00 AM. www.sttheresenewcomb.com
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Seventh Day Adventist Church: Bird Pond Rd., Church Service: 11:30 AM.
Sodom Community Church: 59 Cross Rd.,
518-251-2079, Call for service times. Check us out on Facebook. St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church: Ridge St., Sunday: 10:00 AM. Facebook: Adirondack Mission St. James Roman Catholic Church: Main St., 518-824-1176, Saturday: Mass 5:30 PM. United Methodist Church: 518-642-6707, Sunday: Service 10:00 AM at Adirondack Outreach Center - 2718 State Rte 28.
Bay Road Presbyterian Church: 1167 Bay Rd., 518-793-8541, Worship Service: 10:00 AM. www. bayroadchurch.org Caldwell Presbyterian Church: 71 Montcalm St., 518-668-2613, Sunday: Service 10:00 AM. www. caldwellpres.org First United Methodist Church: 78 Montcalm St., 518-223-0461, Sunday: Worship Service 9:00 AM. Grace Communion International: 56 Mohican St., Mary at 518-696-5788 or David Lafforthun at 518-882-9145, Saturday: Worship Services 11:30 AM. Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church: 50 Mohican St., 518-668-2046, Saturday: Vigil Mass 5:30 PM, Sunday: Mass 10:00 AM., Daily Mass: Monday & Wednesday 8:30 AM. St. James Episcopal Church: 172 Ottawa St., 518-668-2001, Sunday: Services 9:00 AM, Weekdays 8:30 AM.
North River United Methodist Church: 518-251-4071, Service at 10:00 AM.
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church: 635 Church Rd., 518-648-5422, Sunday: Mass 11:00 AM. Grace Bible Fellowship: 1427 N. Gore Rd., 518-251-3290, Sunday: Worship 10:00 AM.
Christ Anglican/Episcopal Church:
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Glens Falls: 21 Weeks Rd., 518-793-1468, Sunday:
518-494-3440, Sunday: Eucharist 12:00 PM. Lighthouse Baptist Church: Rt. 9 (next to Wells House Hotel), Sunday: Worship 10:50 AM & 6:00 PM, Wednesday: 7:00 PM.
Service 10:00 AM. www.glensfalls.uu.com
Calvary Methodist Church: State Route 30,
& Pine Tree Lane, 518-696-5468, Sunday: Service 10:00 AM. Faith Baptist Church: 518-623-4071, Sunday: Preaching Services 10:45 AM & 6:00 PM, Wednesday: Prayer service 7:00 PM. First Baptist Church: 3850 Main St., 518-623-9373, Sunday: Worship 10:45 AM. First Presbyterian Church: 2 Stewart Farrar Ave., 518-623-2723, Worship 10:00 AM.
First United Methodist Church of Warrensburg: 518-623-9334, Sunday: Worship
Free Methodist Church: 250 River St., Sunday: Worship 10:45 AM.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses: 518-623-4601, Sunday: Public Talk 10:00 AM & Watchtower 10:35 AM.
St. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church:
518-623-3021, Saturday: Eucharist 4:30 PM, Sunday: Eucharist 10:00 AM. The Church of the Holy Cross: 518-6233066, Sunday: Eucharist 8:00 AM & 10:00 AM, Wednesday: Healing Mass 7:00 PM, Thursday: Mass 7:00 AM.
Thurman-Kenyontown United Methodist Church: Worship Services every week 11:00 AM. Warrensburg Assembly of God:
518-251-3371 Worship 8:15 AM
518-623-2282, Sunday: Worship 11:00 AM, Thursday: Evening Service 6:00 PM.
Sunday: 9:30 AM at the Christ Episcopal Church, Rt. 9.
Calvary Bible Church: 2530 Route 28,
Pottersville United Methodist Church:
518-624-6975, Sunday: Worship Service 11:00 AM. St. Henry’s Catholic Church: Main St., Rt. 30, 518-624-2541, Saturday: Service 4:00 PM, Sunday: Mass 11:00 AM. www.sthenryII.com Long Lake Wesleyan Church: 1118 Deerland Rd., 518-624-2411, Sunday: Worship 10:00 AM.
Thurman Baptist Church: Sunday: Worship
St. Therese’s Catholic Church: 18 Adams
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The Articles of Or- process to: ADK Fit LLC V00894-16/18C County of Broome, State ganization were filed 80 Glen Street, Suite 2, IN THE NAME OF THE of New York, also known with the Department of Glens Falls, New York PEOPLE OF THE STATE as Section 112.06, Block State of the State of New 12801. The purpose of OF NEW YORK TO THE 5, Lot 19; (vi) 4116 CenYork on December 2, the company is to en- ABOVENAMED RESPON- ter Street, Lyons Falls, 2019. The office of said gage in any lawful busi- DENT: APRIL BULL, New York 13368 and Limited Liability Compa- ness of every kind and WHO RESIDES OR IS also described as the ny is located in Warren FOUND AT: POST OF- Village of Lyons Falls, character for which County. The Secretary FICE BOX 173, Town of West Turin, LLCs may be organized of State has been desig- under the New York LLC WEAVERTOWN NEW County of Lewis, State nated as agent of the YORK 13886, AND WHO of New York, also known Law, or any successor Limited Liability Compa- statute. IS THE NATURAL PAR- as Section 322.19, Block ny upon whom process ENT OF M. CODDING- 03, Lots 24.00 and NE-12/14-01/18/20-6TC against said Company -235268 TON OF HANCOCK NEW 25.100; and (vii) 3092 may be served and the YORK. Main Street, Hartwick, post office address with- NOTICE FOR PUBLICA- A Petition under Article 6 New York 13348 and TION FORMATION OF A in the state to which the & 8 having been filed also described as the YORK LIMITED LINEW Secretary of State shall with this court regarding Village of Hartwick, mail a copy of any pro- ABILITY COMPANY the custody and visita- County of Otsego, State 1. The name of the limitcess is: 22 WOODLAWN tion rights of the child, of New York, also known LLC, c/o ed liability company is M. Coddington. AVENUE, as Section 144.19, Block CLEARVIEW LAKESIDE Claude C. Charlebois, YOU AND EACH OF YOU 1, Lot 13 (collectively, LLC. 100 Mac Farlane Drive, ARE HEREBY SUM- the Property). Approxi2. The date of filing of MONED to appear before #2D, Delray Beach, FL mate amount of judgArticles of Organizathe 33483. this Court at 3 Court- ment is $4,973,235.34 tion with the Department NE-12/14-1/08/2020house Square, Delhi plus interest and costs. of State was November New York on Friday, 6TC-235115 The Property will be sold 20, 2019. February 14, 2020 at 1 subject to the provisions NOTICE OF FORMATION 3. The county in New oclock in the afternoon of filed Judgment Index OF LIMITED LIABILITY York in which the offices of that day to answer the No. 2017-614. COMPANY (LLC) of the LLC are located is petitions and to be dealt Brian Stewart, Esq. RefThe name of the Limited Warren County. with in accordance with eree Liability Company that 4. The Secretary of State Article 6 of the Family Duane Morris LLP, One was formed is: 24 has been designated as Court Act. Riverfront Plaza, 1037 MAPLE STREET, LLC. agent of the LLC upon On your failure to appear Raymond Boulevard, The Articles of Organiza- whom process may be as herein directed, a Suite 1800, Newark, NJ tion were filed with the served, and the Secre07102-5429, Attorneys Department of State of tary of State shall mail a warrant may be issued for Plaintiff the State of New York on copy of any such pro- for your arrest. NE-01/18-02/08/2020NE-01/18-02/08/2020December 2, 2019. The cess served against the 4TC-237880 office of said Limited Li- LLC to P.O. Box 2629, 4TC-238087 ability Company is locat- Darien, Connecticut NOTICE OF QUALIFICAed in Warren County. 06820. NOTICE OF SALE The Secretary of State 5. The business purpose SUPREME COURT TION of Huttopia Adironhas been designated as of the LLC is to engage COUNTY OF FRANKLIN, dack Properties LLC Application of Authority agent of the Limited Lia- in any and all business U.S. BANK NATIONAL bility Company upon activities permitted un- ASSOCIATION, ET AL. Filed with Secy. Of State whom process against Plaintiff, vs. CRE JV of NY (SSNY) on der the laws of the State said Company may be MIXED FIFTEEN NY 4 9/30/19. Off. Loc.: Warof New York. served and the post of- BORGOS & DEL SIG- BRANCH HOLDINGS ren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC fice address within the LLC, ET AL., Defendants. NORE, P.C. upon whom process state to which the Secre- P.O. Box 4392 Pursuant to a Judgment against it may be served. tary of State shall mail a Queensbury, New York of Foreclosure and Sale copy of any process is: 12804 duly filed on November SSNY shall mail process 24 MAPLE STREET, (518) 793-4900 7, 2019, I, the under- to: c/o Bernstein Shur, LLC, c/o Claude C. NE-01/04-02/08/2020signed Referee will sell Attn: James D. Kerouac, Charlebois, 100 Mac at public auction at the Esq., Jefferson Mill 6TC-237333 Building, 670 North Farlane Drive, #2D, DelFranklin County Judicial NOTICE OF FORMATION ray Beach, FL 33483. Building, 355 West Main Commercial Street, Suite OF (CYDEGIG LLC) Arti- Street, Malone, New 108, P. O. Box 1120, NE-12/14-01/18/2020cles of Organization filed 6TC-235112 York on February 20, Manchester, NH 031051120. Purpose: any lawwith the Secretary of 2020 at 10:00 a.m., as NOTICE OF FORMATION State of New York SSNY one parcel all those cer- ful activity. OF LIMITED LIABILITY On (12/27/2019) Office tain plots, pieces, or NE-01/04-02/08/2020COMPANY (LLC) 6TC-237109 Location: (Warren) parcels of land, with the The name of the Limited SSNY designated as buildings and improveLiability Company that agent of LLC upon NOTICE OF QUALIFICAments thereon erected, was formed is : 731 whom Process against TION of Huttopia AdironGLEN STREET, LLC. it may be served. SSNY situate, lying and being dack LLC Application of The Articles of Organiza- shall mail process to: upon the premises comAuthority Filed with Semonly known as: (i) 126 tion were filed with the The LLC, (33 Park St. West Main Street, Mal- cy. Of State of NY Department of State of Glens Falls, NY 12801) (SSNY) on 9/30/19. Off. the State of New York on Purpose: any lawful ac- one, New York 12953 Loc.: Warren County. and also described as December 2, 2019. The tivity the Town and Village of SSNY designated as office of said Limited Li- NE-01/11-02/15/2020Malone, County of agent of LLC upon ability Company is locat- 6TC-237694 Franklin, State of New whom process against it ed in Warren County. may be served. SSNY York, also known as EVOLVE-Z, LLC Articles The Secretary of State shall mail process to: has been designated as of Org. filed NY Sec. of Section 112.32, Block 2, (SSNY) Lots 2 and 3; (ii) 324-26 c/o Bernstein Shur, Attn: agent of the Limited Lia- State Street, James D. Kerouac, Esq., 12/16/2019. Office in Prospect bility Company upon Warren Co. SSNY desig. Herkimer, New York Jefferson Mill Building, whom process against agent of LLC whom pro- 13350 and also de- 670 North Commercial said Company may be Street, Suite 108, P. O. served and the post of- cess may be served. scribed as the Town and Village of Herkimer, Box 1120, Manchester, SSNY shall mail process fice address within the NH 03105-1120. Purstate to which the Secre- to 3 Pheasant Walk, County of Herkimer, pose: any lawful activity. tary of State shall mail a Queensbury, NY 12804. State of New York, also NE-01/04-02/08/2020as Section copy of any process is: Purpose: Any lawful pur- known 6TC-237111 113.00, Block 81, Lots 731 GLEN STREET, LLC, pose. Principal business Claude C. location: 10 Maple St., 6-31; (iii) 70 Main Street c/o (a/k/a 191 Main Street), LG LAKESHORE, LLC Hudson Falls, NY 12839. Charlebois, 100 Mac Unadilla, New York Art. Of Org. Filed Sec. of Farlane Drive, #2D, Del- NE-12/21-01/25/202013849 and also de- State of NY 12/9/19. Off. 6TC-236188 ray Beach, FL 33483. scribed as the Town of Loc. : Warren Co. SSNY NE-12/14-01/18/2020 FAMILY COURT OF THE Unadilla, Village of designated as agent NOTICE OF FORMATION STATE OF NEW YORK Unadilla, County of Ot- upon whom process OF LIMITED LIABILITY COUNTY OF DELAWARE sego, State of New York, against it may be served. (LLC). 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SSNY shall mail ANDREWS DRIVE, LLC, not directly obtained process to: The LLC, from either source will 1546 Route 196, Fort 19 W. Notre Dame New York Street, PO Box 898, be refused. Edward, Bids may be delivered to 12828 Purpose: any Glens Falls, New York the undersigned at War- lawful activity. 12801. The business purpose of ren County Human Ser- NE-12/21-01/25/2020the LLC is to engage in vices Building, Warren 6TC-236062 any and all business ac- County Purchasing Detivities permitted under partment, 3rd Floor, the Limited Liability 1340 State Route 9, NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Trinity Hill, LLC. Arts. Company Law of the Lake George, New York State of New York. between the hours of of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) NE-12/28-2/01/20208:00 am and 4:00 pm. Bids will be received up on 11/22/19. Office loca6TC-236651 tion: Warren County. until Thursday, February MOLLIE RIEFF, LLC. 6, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon Art. Of Org. filed with the which time they will be whom process against it SSNY on 8/08/2019. Of- publicly opened and may be served. SSNY fice in Warren Co. SSNY read. All bids must be shall mail process to: 14 designated as agent of submitted on proper bid the LLC upon whom proposal forms. Any Coulterbrook Road, Lake process against it may changes to the original George, NY 12845. Purbe served. SSNY shall bid documents are pose: any lawful activity. NE-12/14-01/18/2020mail copy of process to grounds for immediate 6TC-235312 the LLC, 84 Fitzgerald disqualification. Road Queensbury, NY Late bids by mail, couri12804. Purpose: Any er or in person will be Twitchy's Speed Shop lawful purpose. refused. Warren County LLC filed with the SSNY NE-01/11-02/15/2020will not accept any bid on 12/27/2019. Office: 6TC-237380 or proposal which is not Warren Co. SSNY desigdelivered to Purchasing nated as agent upon NOTICE TO BIDDERS by the time indicated on whom process against The Potttersville Board the time stamp in the the LLC may be served. of Fire Commissioners, Purchasing Department SSNY shall mail process Pottersville, NY seeks Office. to Legal INC Corporate bids for the sale of a The right is reserved to Inc. 1967 Services 1984 GMC Fire Truck. reject any or all bids. Wehrle Dr Suite 1 #086 At January 6, 2020, Julie Butler, Purchasing Buffalo, NY 14221 Commissions meeting a Agent NE-01/18-02/22/2020resolution was passed to Warren County Human 6TC-238198 make this truck surplus Services Building & sell as is. Truck can Tel. (518) 761-6538 Vanderwalker Assobe viewed at the fire- NE-01/18/2020-1TCciates LLC, Arts of Org. house, by contacting 238216 filed with Sec. of State Chairman, Eugene of NY (SSNY) Dutcher at 518-494- NOTICE OF FORMATION 3594. Sealed bids will OF (RE-LIZE LLC) Arti- 10/22/2019. Cty: Warren. SSNY desig. as be received by the Dis- cles of Organization filed trict Secretary, Pot- with the Secretary of agent upon whom process against may be tersville Fire District, PO State of New York SSNY served & shall mail proBox 231, Pottersville, NY On (12/26/2019) Office 12860, on or before Location: (Warren) cess to Pasquale Deangelis, 401 Vanderwalker February 3, 2020, until SSNY designated as Rd., PO Box 748, 6PM, at which time they agent of LLC upon Chestertown, NY 12817. will be opened and read whom Process against publicly at the Potter- it may be served. SSNY General Purpose. ville Fire House, 20 Val- shall mail process to: NE-12/21-01/25/2020ley Farm Rd., Potterville, The LLC, (33 Park St. 6TC-236064 NY. All envelopes must Glens Falls, NY 12801) be marked Truck Bid. Purpose: any lawful ac- NOTICE OF QUALIFICAThe Board of Fire Com- tivity TION OF VLC-TL, LLC. missioners reserves the NE-01/11-02/15/2020App. for Auth. filed with right to reject any or all 6TC-237692 Secy. of State of NY bids. (SSNY) on 11/13/19. OfBy Order of the Pot- NOTICE OF FORMATION fice location: Warren tersville Board of Fire OF LIMITED LIABILITY County. LLC formed in Commissioners. COMPANY (LLC) Connecticut (CT) on Barbara Repp, District The name of the Limited 9/20/19. SSNY designatSecretary Liability Company that ed as agent of LLC upon NE-01/18/2020-1TCwas formed is: RED whom process against it 238137 CIRRUS LLC. The Arti- may be served. SSNY cles of Organization shall mail process to: NOTICE TO BIDDERS were filed with the De- James Hogan Love, The undersigned shall partment of State of the Esq., 79 South Benson receive sealed bids for State of New York on Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824. sale and delivery to the December 23, 2019. CT address of LLC: 131 County of Warren as fol- The office of said LimitOldfield Drive, Fairfield, lows: ed Liability Company is WC 1-20 - located in Warren Coun- CT 06824. Arts. of Org. filed with CT Secy of PURCHASE/RENTAL OF ty. The Secretary of State, 30 Trinity St, P.O. AN AUTOMATED HEAT State has been designat- Box 150470, Hartford, SEAL MEAL PACKAGING ed as agent of the LimitCT 06115-0470. PurSYSTEM ed Liability Company pose: any lawful act or You may obtain these upon whom process activity. Specifications either on- against said Company NE-12/14-01/18/2020line or through the Pur- may be served and the 6TC-235309a chasing Office. If you post office address withhave any interest in in the state to which the these Specifications on- Secretary of State shall NOTICE OF FORMATION line, please follow the in- mail a copy of any pro- OF Why-Knot Services, structions to register on cess is: RED CIRRUS LLC Arts. of Org. filed the Empire State Bid LLC, 11 Aspen Road, with the Sect'y of State System website, either Queensbury, NY 12804. of NY (SSNY) on for free or paid subscrip- NE-01/04-02/08/202011/12/2019. Office location. Go to http://warren- 6TC-237246 tion, County of Warren. and countyny.gov SSNY has been desigchoose BIDS AND PRO- NOTICE OF FORMATION nated as agent of the POSALS to access the OF THE NAUTILUS OF LLC upon whom proEmpire State Bid System GLENS FALLS, LLC cess against it may be OR go directly to Articles of Organization served. SSNY shall mail http://www.EmpireStatefiled with the Secretary process to: The LLC, BidSystem.com. If you of State of New York 120 Flat Rock Rd, Lake choose a free subscrip- (SSNY) on December George, NY 12845. Purtion, please note that 10, 2019. Office loca- pose: any lawful act. you must visit the site tion: 217 Dix Avenue, NE-12/14-01/18/2020up until the response Glens Falls, New York 6TC-235306 deadline for any adden- Warren County. SSNY da. All further informa- designated as agent of tion pertaining to this LLC upon whom probid will be available on cess against it may be
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LEGALS Looks By Lindsey LLC. Filed 10/23/19. Office: Warren Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to: c/o Lindsey Meade, 300 valentine Pond Rd, Pottersville, NY 12860. Purpose: General. NE-01/18-02/22/20206TC-238012 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Melchizedek Real Estate & Development New York Holdings LLC Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York SSNY On 4/3/19. Office Location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom Process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to:16 Hudson Ave Unit 2661 Glens Falls NY 12801 Purpose: any lawful activity NE-12/28-02/01/20206TC-236248 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Melchizedek Real Estate & Development Mobile Home Park of Ballston Spa LLC Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York SSNY On 12/13/19. Office Location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom Process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 16 Hudson Ave Unit 2661 Glens Falls NY 12801 Purpose: any lawful activity NE-12/21-01/25/20206TC-236200 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY 1. The name of the limited liability company is MJH BRANT LAKE PROPERTY LLC. 2. The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Department of State was JANUARY 3, 2020. 3. The county in New York in which the offices of the LLC are located is WARREN. 4. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process served against the LLC to 67 BRANT LAKE ESTATES ROAD, HORICON, NEW YORK 12815. 5. The business purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the Limited Liability Company Law of the State of New York. NE-01/11-02/15/20206TC-237658 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF NEW YORK LIMITED COMPANY LIABILITY The name of the limited liability company is MLS 7 SAINT ANDREWS DRIVE, LLC. The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Department of State was December 17, 2019. The county in New York in which the offices of the LLC are located is Warren. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process served against the
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