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WARRENSBURG | The third annual Southern Adirondack Local Food & Craft Beverage Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market will be held Friday, July 13 from 3-6 p.m. Warrensburgh Beautification Inc., in partnership with the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, will offer samplings of locally grown and prepared foods by area restaurants and farms to compliment wine, beer and spirits. In season garlic scapes will also be featured in recipe sampling. Since 1998, the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market has been encouraging local agriculture and promoting small farms in the region. » Food fest Cont. on pg. 3

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OLMSTEDVILLE | Darlene Duff y, a long-term resident of Olmstedville, has been named the 2018 Minerva Citizen of the Year. Duff y has been the face of Olmstedville for many years, dating back to the early 1980s. She had a 28-year career with the U.S. Postal Service, retiring in 2012 from the Olmstedville Post Office. At the corner of county Routes 29 and 30 stands Sullivan’s Store which has been in place for many, many years. Duff y had her start in the grocery business

Duff y was modest about her selection as Citizen of the Year. “I like to do things for people – I like to treat people like I would like to be treated,” she said. “There are so many more deserving folks in town.” Duff y went over a list of volunteer activities she’s been involved with in the Town of Minerva and in some cases, activities with which she remains involved. She was a Minerva Central School (MCS) Board Member for nearly seven years from the late 1980s into the 1990s. She was the MCS Alumni Association Treasurer for about 25 years and is still an active member. Duffy has also been involved with the Minerva Community School Fund (previously Dollars for Scholars) for about 30 years, and has served as a RSVP driver for the past six years. » Duffy Cont. on pg. 2




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when she leased the store in 1983, buying it from the Sullivan family in 1989. The store burned to the ground in 1999, but Duff y kept it going, rebuilding at the same location. She had thought about not rebuilding, considering the soil contamination that had been a problem in the 1990s. The soil was cleansed, new fuel tanks placed, and the store lived again. “I couldn’t see the town without a store in Olmstedville, and I have never had regrets about rebuilding,” Duff y said. Numerous visitors — local folks and tourists alike — stopped by during this reporter’s interview, keeping her very busy. Duffy would have to get up and head to the cash register, always with a smile and a kind word. “People ask me if I’m a Sullivan. I live in a house that was once owned by the Sullivan’s and my daughter lives in an old Sullivan house. I’m a Sullivan in here.” Here Duff y pointed to her heart.


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RETURN TO FORM: After a lapse of many years, the people of the Town of Johnsburg once again enjoyed a Fourth of July parade. Held Saturday, July 7, it was brought back to life by Carrie Mason and Thersa Dunkley and featured over 40 organizations participating. The parade ended at the North Creek Ski Bowl, kicking off a full day of holiday celebrations there. Photos by Glenn L. Pearsall

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care provider, taught by Steven Romano, is a 4-hour session that trains students to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compression, deliver appropriate ventilation and provide early use of an AED device. Sept. 10 and Sept. 24: Advanced medical life support, taught by Tony Lipari, is a 16-hour course that addresses how to best assess and manage the most common medical crises in patients, offering a “think outside the box” methodology. Dec. 1 and Dec. 15: Emergency pediatric provider care, taught by Tony Lipari, is a 16-hour course that provides in-depth understanding of the pathophysiology of the most common pediatric emergency issues and stresses critical thinking and hands-on skills to help practitioners make the best decisions for their patients. Those wishing to register for CPR courses may do so by logging onto the American Heart Association website at For details on courses or to register, contact Warrensburg EMS Operations Manager Stephen Romano at 518-944-6177. ■


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JOHNSBURG | The Johnsburg Town Board has accepted the recommendation of the Johnsburg Occupancy Tax Committee to provide $7,000 for a warming yurt at Gore Mountain. But the group suggested nothing for the North Country Hardship Fund’s (NCHF) annual “Wayne Stock” event. The difference, as described in a handout distributed at last month’s town board meeting, was the New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF) believed the yurt would “help draw competitive races to Gore.” NYSEF requested $10,000 and the committee recommended $7,000. NCHF asked for $10,000 for Wayne Stock, which the town has helped fund for 10 years, but this time the committee determined it was not sure if the event meets the committee’s goals or expectations. The recommendation did not sit well with Johnsburg Supervisor Andrea Hogan, who said she was uncomfortable with the level of funding going to NYSEF, which has fundraising capabilities, while not funding the NCHF, a notfor-profit organization. “Over 1,000 people come out to Wayne Stock and have a good time,” Hogan said. Hogan suggesting moving $1,000 out of the NYSEF award and giving it to NCHF. Councilman Peter Olesheski, chairman of the Johnsburg Occupancy Tax Committee, said Wayne Stock has been allowed to “slip by” for 10 years, but it doesn’t meet the guidelines for receiving occupancy tax money. The town board passed a resolution accepting the committee’s recommendation, but some members indicated they would try to secure other funding for the event if possible.


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“We’re looking into other, sustainable and meaningful ways to support our local non profits,” Hogan said. The Warren County local law dealing with occupancy tax says it shall be used for tourism promotion and tourist convention development, through the promotion of tourist activities, conventions, trade shows, special events and supporting activities. NCHF secretary Tammy Bukovinsky said Wayne Stock draws about 1,300 people. “People come from Saratoga and all over just for this event,” she said. Bukovinsky said while disappointed, she understands why the committee and board made the decision they did. She said in the past Wayne Stock has always received $2,500 from the Town of Johnsburg for the free to enter, two-day event, which since 2010 has raised $180,000 to benefit local families. Wayne Stock, normally held in early August, was created in 2008 to raise funds for Wayne Bukovinsky, who was involved in a serious motorcycle accident. As a way of giving back to the community, Bukovinsky started the fund to raise money for people living in Warren, Essex, Hamilton, Washington or Saratoga counties who have suffered a recent tragedy. The Johnsburg Occupancy Tax Committee held two meetings before making award recommendations, one to allow applicants to make presentations and a second to deliberate. The committee includes Olesheski, John Stafford, Emily Stanton, Deb Zack, Bernadette Speech, Dwayne Spitzer, Lisa Solomon and Dave Skibinski. Besides the NYSEF award, other occupancy tax awards ranged from $475 for Gem Radio to put on its Graveyard Walk and $4,000 for Tannery Pond Center’s 2018 concerts and events series. Gem Radio was denied funding for line dancing, as was Our Town Theatre Group for a summer musical workshop. The Town of Johnsburg received requests for $48,413 in occupancy tax for 2018 and recommended awards of $26,378, with an estimated $28,000 still available for 2018. ■

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One Hundred Years Ago – July, 1918 Unless the body is caught among the debris at the bottom of the pond and held down, it is possible that it will rise of itself after several days.

By Jean Hadden COLUMNIST


Ira Hewitt, 82, while fishing from a rowboat late Saturday afternoon, July 20, 1918, at Kellum Pond, accompanied by his eight year old grandson, Clarence Tripp, stood up to put on his coat, lost his balance, fell into the pond and was drowned. He sank without a struggle, the waters closed over him and he was seen no more. His body has not yet been recovered although a large number of searchers have worked many long hours in an effort to bring the aged man to the surface with grappling hooks. It is stated that where he went down the bottom of the pond is very muddy and is also covered with dead trees which have fallen in the water from time to time. It is believed that his clothing has caught on some of these obstructions and the body is thus held down.


The little boy, badly frightened when his grandfather fell from the boat, waited anxiously for him to rise to the surface, and when he did not again appear, he rowed ashore for assistance. Fred Tripp, Mr. Hewitt’s son-in-law, with whom he made his home, summoned other men of the vicinity and went to the scene of the accident. They immediately began dragging for the body and continued until dark when the search was abandoned until morning. It has been continued every day since but without result.


The boy stated that a short time before the drowning his grandfather went ashore and drank very freely of water from a spring that was very cold. It is thought that the water, coupled with the intense heat, may have caused the old man to have a chill causing him to attempt to put on his coat, lose his balance and fall into the water. Ira Hewitt had lived all his life in the neighborhood of Spruce Mountain, where Kellum Pond is situated. He is the third brother of the Hewitt family to meet death by drowning, the others being James and Miles Hewitt, who were drowned a number of years ago at The Glen.


The news from all the northern towns include stories of great damage done to gardens by the big freeze near the end of June 1918, and the loss is estimated at thousands of dollars. Entire gardens were ruined in many cases and the ground has been plowed up and planted with buckwheat. The damage was widespread and covered practically all of the northern part of New York state. Sunday was the coldest June 23 in 10 years, but wind and fog averted some further damage by frost. The following Tuesday brought an agreeable change, and seasonable weather again prevails with a promise of a heat wave to come on June 29, 1918. The heavy

frost did lots of damage to gardens particularly in the vicinity of Athol. Beans and potatoes, budded, were laid flat and so were corn, pumpkins and squash. (Update – If this phenomenon was not bad enough, on Saturday afternoon, July 6, 1918, a severe hail storm did considerable damage in North River to the crops there. Food must have become short that coming winter. In 1918, old Mother Nature showed her claws and in 2018 she reversed her tactics to show her evil other side. The old saying is, “It’s either a feast or a famine.”

Eight students were graduated from the Lake George High School on Tuesday evening, June 25, 1918. They are Martha Parrott, Lucille Worden, Lucy Forsell, Dorothy Hubble, Alice Eldridge, Alice Shaw, Gwendolyn Brown and Frederick Howe. The Rev. E.M. Parrott gave the address.


A son was born at Johnsburgh on June 16, 1918 to Mrs. Irving Armstrong. He has been named Irving Donald Armstrong. A daughter was born at East Thurman on June 17, 1918 to Mrs. Bert Reynolds. She has been named Elsie Louise Reynolds. A daughter was born at Riverbank on July 4, 1918 to Mrs. Owney Coon, but the baby lived for only a short time. She was named Laura Grace Coon. The father is serving in the army. A baby arrived at Riverbank on July 5, 1918 to Mrs. Dennis Pratt. The father is serving in the army.


While descending the steps of a side piazza at the home of her niece, Mrs. James A. Emerson on Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Emma Dickinson of Champlain, missed her footing and fell heavily to the ground, breaking her right thigh bone. Dr. Griffin was called and removed her to the Saratoga Hospital where she is resting as comfortably as can be expected. Mrs. Dickinson is seventy-eight years old and the knitting of this large bone must necessarily be slow. (Update – The historic old Emerson House, located on the corner of Main Street and Emerson Avenue in Warrensburgh, was once the home of Senator James A. Emerson, and the house has many stories to tell. It is the first house south of today’s Top’s grocery store plaza. The present day owner, Faithanne Buck, has told me that someday she would like to write a history of her beautiful house. )


Wesley Morehouse of Sodom had some new potatoes for dinner, Sunday, July 7, 1918, dug from his own garden. Fred Frasier of Graphite is a clever performer on the accordion and can make his old instrument talk. John Beadnell purchased a fine yearling colt of E.J. Hewitt of East Thurman. Easue Baker and son, Irving Baker, are rebuilding the church shed at Kenyontown, which was tipped over by the wind last fall. — Readers are welcome to contact Adirondack Journal/Sun correspondent Jean Hadden at or 623-2210.



CHURCH LISTINGS - We provide this church directory as a courtesy to our readers and visitors to our area. Any changes or additions can be made by calling 873-6368. BOLTON Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church - Goodman Avenue. Sunday Mass 9 & 10:30 a.m., Vigal Mass 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Rosary and Novena 9 a.m. Tuesday; Communion Service 9 a.m. Thursday and Saturday; Eucharistic Adoration 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. first Saturday of the month. Parish Life Director Deacon Joseph T. Tyrrell. 518-644-3861, email BlessedSacrament, website Through Colombus Day Weekend. Bolton Community Church - 5 Horicon Ave., Bolton Landing, NY, 12814 • Tel: 518-644-9103, Email:, Website: Sunday School: All ages, 9:30a.m. Coffee Fellowship Time, 10:00 a.m., Sunday Morning Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Junior/Children’s Church, 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Evening Bible Study, 6:00 p.m. We invite you to check out our website for new ministries that are launching weekly/monthly. Contact: Pastor Scotty Matthews. Emmanuel United Methodist Church - 19 Stewart Ave., Bolton Landing, NY, 12814, 518-644-9532, invites you to join us in our Sunday Worship Service at 9 a.m., with Pastor Deborah Waldron. Please also join us for Christian Fellowship and refreshments after the service. Episcopal Church of Saint Sacrament, Bolton Landing Saturday 5 p.m. Mass and Sunday 10 a.m. Mass. We are a warm and friendly congregation. All are welcome. (518) 644-9613. Solid Rock Assembly of God - 12 Church Hill Rd, Bolton Landing, NY. Sunday Mornings: Adult Bible Study @ 10am, Adult Worship Service and NEWLY REVISED Children’s Programs @ 11am, Thursday Evenings @ 6:30pm: “Bolton Landing Prayer Shawl Ministry” meets in our downstairs fellowship hall; KNIT CROCHET - QUILT All Are Welcome. For more information, check us out online at: For prayer or to talk with Pastor Bill Harrington, call (518) 240-6324. BRANT LAKE Adirondack Mission of the Episcopal Church - Call 4943314 for service times and information. Contact Persons: The Rev. John Cairns (518-636-8072) or The Rev. Nancy Goff (518932-9286) Website: Horicon Baptist Church - Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Worship 11 a.m., Sunday Evening 6 a.m., Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7 p.m. 518-494-2584. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church - Sunday 8 a.m. NYS Rte 8, Brant Lake. (see Adirondack Mission, for more info) CHESTERTOWN Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church - Sunday Service 5pm starting June 17th. US Rte 9, Chestertown. (see Adirondack Mission, for more info) Community United Methodist Church - Kimberly Townsend, Service 10:00 a.m. Phone 518-494-3374 (office)


Faith Bible Church - Sunday school (all ages) - 9 a.m., Sunday worship 10 a.m., Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Call for information 518-494-7183 St. Isaac Jogues Roman Catholic Church - Riverside Dr. & Church St.; Sat. Vigil at 4 p.m.; Sunday Mass at 9:30 a.m. Pastor Rev. John O’Kane, Office 518-824-1176. DIAMOND POINT Jesus is Lord Fellowship - Join us on Friday nights at 6:30 pm for a special barn gathering time of worship, sharing the Word, and fellowship... Located in the beautiful rustic Adirondacks on 264 Diamond Point Rd. between Warrensburg and Lake George, 1 mile right off exit 23 on 87 N. Call 518-623-9712 for more information. Pastor Brendan: JesusisLordFamily Text: 518792-6240. All are welcome! Diamond Point Community - Church will resume on Sunday, June 17 at 10:00 a.m. and continue through Sunday, Sept. 2. Communion will be celebrated July 22 & August 19. Memorial Sunday will be July 29. Please join us for worship- all are welcome. Special events this season are “The Taste Of Diamond Point” on Saturday, July 21 from noon until 2:00 pm. If you are interested in holding your wedding or baptism with us please visit our website at GLENS FALLS First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls - 400 Glen Street at the corner of Notre Dame, Glens Falls. Informal Service at 8 a.m. and Traditional Sunday Service at 10 a.m., with Sunday school for children and youth; child care during the worship service. Coffee hour follows service. The Rev. Ken Applegate pastor; K. Bryan Kirk Director of Music and Organist. Church has several youth programs and choirs for all ages from K through adult and occasional concerts. Building is accessible and we are a welcoming congregation with strong music and worship, mission and outreach programs. 518.793.2521. www. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Glens Falls - 21 Weeks Rd., off Rt. 9 in Queensbury. Sunday service 10 a.m. Coffee hr. follows service. (handicapped accessible, welcoming congregation) 518-793-1468. Web site: HAGUE St. Isaac Jogues Roman Catholic Church - Riverside Dr. & Church Street. Sat. Vigil at 5:30 pm; Sunday Mass at 7:30 am & 11:00 am. Pastor Rev. John O’Kane HULETTS LANDING Mountain Grove Memorial Church - Join us for Sunday Worship Services at 10 a.m. All are welcome. Rev. Gerald Van Heest of Silver Bay Summers and Chaplain Emeritus, Hope College, Holland, MI will preach from the 9th Chapter of John on Forgiveness and Healing. The stone church is located on Rt. 6A about 150 yards from County Rt. 6. Call Rev. Helenmarie 518-499-1238 for more information.


JOHNSBURG RWJ Johnsburg United Methodist Church - Pastor Arnold Stevens - 518-251-3371. 1798 South Johnsburg Rd., Johnsburg. Sunday Worship Service 10 a.m. INDIAN LAKE First Baptist Church of Indian Lake - 18 Sabael Road.Sunday: Sunday School 9:15 a.m.; Worship Service 10:30 a.m.; Teen Group 6 p.m. Monday: Awana Youth 6:00 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Rev. Edward A. Thompson, Pastor Independent Baptist Church of Indian Lake - 6110 NYS Rte 30. Sunday: Sunday School 9:15 a.m.; Worship Service 11 a.m.; Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. 518-648-5744. Pastor Seth Finch. All are welcome. LAKE GEORGE Bay Road Presbyterian Church - 1167 Bay Road (near intersection of Bay & Rt. 149). Worship Service - 10:00 a.m. (Praise Songs and Hymns and Nursery). Coffee House - 11:00 a.m. All are welcome. 518-793-8541, Caldwell Presbyterian Church - 71 Montcalm St., Lake George 12845. 518-668-2613. Sunday Service at 10 a.m. Rev. Ali Trowbridge. Food Pantry Distribution 2nd and 4th Friday of the month - Hours 10-12. Website: First United Methodist Church - 78 Montcalm Street, Lake George, N.Y. 12845, Sunday Worship Service: 10:00 a.m. Rev. Nellie Hitz. 518-223-0461. Grace Communion International -Worship Services every Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 56 Mohican St., Lake George, NY 12845. Pastoral team leader: Mary Williams. To confirm services please call: Mary at 518-696-5788 or 518-6965666 or David Lafforthun at 518-882-9145. Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church - 50 Mohican St., Lake George, NY 518-668-2046. Sat. Vigil Mass at 5:30 p.m., Sun. Mass at 10 a.m. Daily Mass: Monday & Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Friday Rosary only 8:30 a.m. Fr. Joseph Busch, Pastor. St. James Episcopal Church - 172 Ottawa St. Lake George. Sunday Services 9am. Children’s Chapel 9am followed by Fellowship Coffee. Come as you are worship Wednesdays 5:30pm on the Green Picnic/Pot Luck followed by Communion. Morning Prayer - Weekdays 8:30am. The Rev. Jean DeVaty. 518-668-2001. LAKE LUZERNE Hadley-Luzerne Wesleyan Church - 445 Route 9N, Lake Luzerne, NY. Sunday morning worship 10 a.m., Tuesday Prayer Group 6:30 p.m. LONG LAKE St. Henry’s Catholic Church - Main Street, Rt 30. Saturday service at 7pm. Sunday service at 7:30 am & 9:00 am. Rev. Peter Berg - Pastor. 518-624-2541. Long Lake Wesleyan Church - 11 AM Sunday Worship, 10 AM Sunday School, 6 PM Sunday evening Bible study, Wednesday 6 PM prayer service.

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Long Lake Calvary United Methodist Church - 10 AM Sunday worship services. MINERVA Minerva Baptist Church - Join us for Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m. Corners of A.P. Morse Highway and Route 28N, Minerva. Rev. E. Paul Miller, 518-648-0315. Fundamental, evangelical, Bible preaching. NEWCOMB St. Barbara’s Episcopal Church - Sundays at 11 a.m. Route 28N, Newcomb. (See Adirondack Mission, for more info.) St. Therese’s Catholic Church - 18 Adams Lane. Saturday service at 4pm. Sunday service at 11am. Rev. Peter Berg - Pastor. 518-582-3671. NORTH CREEK Seventh Day Adventist Church - Bird Pond Rd., North Creek. Sabbath School 9:45 a.m.; Church Service 11:30 a.m. Sodom Community Church - 59 Cross Rd., North Creek. Pastor Rev. Ronald N. Allen. Phone: 518-251-2079; Cell: 518791-0069. St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church - Sundays 9 a.m. Ridge Street, North Creek. (see Adirondack Mission, for more info) St. James Catholic Church - Main St., North Creek. Sunday Mass at 9:00 am. Pastor Rev. John O’Kane. 518-251-2518. United Methodist Church - Sunday Service 10 a.m. to be held at St. James Catholic Church, Main Street, North Creek. Pastor Terry Mosholder. Call 518-742-6707. NORTH RIVER United Methodist Church - Service and church school at 10 a.m. For information call 518-251-4071. OLMSTEDVILLE St. Joseph’s Catholic Church - Weekend Masses: School Year Sunday 11 a.m.; Summer Saturday 7 p.m. Rev. Philip T. Allen, Pastor. 518-648-5422. QUEENSBURY Church of Christ - Welcomes you for Sunday services: Adult & children’s Bible class at 10 am. followed by a coffee & tea. Worship begins at 11 am. Bible study, Wednesday at 7 pm. 357 Aviation Rd. 518-792-6725., Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation - 448 Aviation Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804. 518.793.9677. Saturday Vigil is at 4:00 pm; Sunday Mass is 8:00 am and 11:30 am. Weekday Masses are at 7:30 am; Mon. – Wed. and First Friday, all other Friday is Liturgy of the Word with distribution of communion. www. St. Joseph’s Church - 1616 Ridge Road, Queensbury, NY 12804. Summer Schedule- Sunday Worship 9 a.m., Children’s Church,  Sunday 9 a.m.. PandaMania Vacation Bible School, August 8 - 12, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Now registering. Offer youth program for teens, adult bible study, children’s Sunday school, schol-


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Grant award will fund ‘Billy Goats Gruff’

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Eye on the Arts “Kimberly Akimbo,” a play by David Lindsay-Abaire that follows a New Jersey teen with By Elizabeth Izzo a rare condition, • COLUMNIST • landed at the Upper Jay Art Center this week. Performances are slated every night, July 12-22, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person. To make reservations, call 518-946-6074. Joe K. Walsh, a Portland, Maine native and critically-acclaimed folksinger, will perform in Ticonderoga on July 19 at 5 p.m. This show is outdoors, a casual, bring-your-own beverage and chair event. The location is 543 Baldwin Road, at the edge of Heart Bay. A $20 donation is requested, with proceeds benefiting the band. For more information, contact Don Sheldon at don@ or 518-585-7266. On display now at the Courthouse Gallery in Lake George is “Shifting Perceptions,” a new exhibit by artist Jenny Hutchinson. Hitchinson said her work is inspired by a love for drawing from life, and her recent work is inspired by time spent outside. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m.; and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Learn more about Hutchinson’s exhibit at The Keene Valley Congregational Church will host pianist Fred Miller on

Children’s opera “Billy Goats Gruff” will come to Chester July 28 A play by David Lindsay-Abaire that follows a New Jersey teen with a rare condition, “Kimberly Akimbo,” landed at the Upper Jay Art Center this week. July 27 at 8 p.m. Miller will perform “lectures in song” honoring the legacy and work of Rodgers and Hammerstein, and the 75th anniversary of “Oklahoma!” A donation of $10 is encouraged. Contact Fritz Sabbow at 518-576-4686 for more information. The Lake Placid Sinfonietta will land at the Tannery Pond Center in North Creek on July 17 at 7 p.m. The program will include contemporary songs from a variety of different sources, from “Les Miserables” to the theme of popular HBO drama “Game of Thrones.” Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Earlier that morning, a free Seagle Music Colony production, “Billy Goats Gruff,” is slated to begin at 10 a.m. Learn more at “Xandu, Jr.,” a 1980s-themed musical directed by a recent Peru High School graduate and presented by the Adirondack Regional Theatre,

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CHESTER | The Town of Chester, on behalf of the Chester/ Horicon Youth Commission has received a Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) grant which will enable them to have the Seagle Music Colony perform the children’s opera “Billy Goats Gruff ” Saturday, July 28 at 10:30 a.m. The performance is free and will take place at the Town of Chester Municipal Center Theater, Main Street, Chestertown. It is a John Davies’ take on the traditional fairy tale and uses the music of Mozart, Donizetti and Rossini in a delightful show that teaches audiences about the perils of being a bully. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York state Council on the Arts with support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York state Legislature and administrated by LARAC. For more information, call Barbara Repp at 518-494-3955. ■

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As I write this column, President Trump has yet to announce his official nominee for the open position on By Dan Alexander the Supreme Court. • PUBLISHER • The president has narrowed down his finalists and once announced, the war of words, doom and candidate character assassination will begin. What is known at this time is approximately 45 percent of the country is outraged by the selection, another 45 percent couldn’t be more pleased and approximately 10 percent doesn’t know there is an opening and could care less that we even have a Supreme Court, let alone understand what their role in the country is all about. It’s comforting to know that things are so predictable here in the land of the free and home of the brave. I hope you understand, I am being sarcastic. There really is no other way to approach what we are about to go through. Over the past few Supreme Court appointments, the skirmishes have been relatively mild compared to what will take place in this current environment. The anger and in-your-face battle that will set the tone this time around will be epic as both sides appear to be dug-in for the duration. This appointment and perhaps the next will shape the court if not the country for the next several decades. The left has made it clear that no candidate nominated by this president is acceptable despite all having been overwhelmingly approved for the lower court positions they now hold. The right has made it clear they do not want an activist jurist but a pure constitutionalist who will adhere to interpretation of the constitution, versus legislating from the bench. Given the current political climate, these hearings could well set the stage for an even greater period of stepped up resistance and violence across the nation. It’s hard to see how this SCOTUS confirmation battle can do anything but divide the country even further than we already are, especially if the opposing senators refuse to give the nominee a fair hearing. Optimistically, we can hope that through a fair confirmation process both sides can be heard and the nominee is sufficiently skilled to win over popular public opinion as being fair, compassionate, and well above politics. How this all plays out will set the tone for the national political demeanor for many years to come. ■

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Give early High Peaks overuse measures a chance The High Peaks are groaning under the weight of an unprecedented surge of tourism. Sure, our new pals are spending money in local communities. But with their sunny social media hashtags comes an uptick in traffic accidents, parking fiascos, searchand-rescue operations and piles of waste left on the mountaintops. As a result of the mounting problems, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) introduced a pilot project ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend to tamp down on public safety issues along the popular Route 73 corridor stretching from Keene to Lake Placid. The initial actions include “striping” lots to better delineate parking, increasing the number of Port-O-Potties and installing educational kiosks to steer visitors elsewhere, as well as flashing electronic boards pointing to their existence. The DEC will also further limit roadside parking in additional areas to improve the line of sight for motorists. These are all good, common-sense solutions that are long overdue considering the horror stories have been stacking up for years. While some skeptics were quick to criticize the effectiveness of the actions over the weekend, the DEC and other stakeholders involved in the efforts should be commended for being proactive. Obviously, some kinks need to be worked


Truth must have absolutes

To the Editor: I appreciated Dan Alexander’s June 23 (op-ed) on truth. However, I found his conclusion inadequate. Good common sense includes wisdom, discernment along with good judgment and must have love as its foundation (where do we see this today)? In fact, the present downward plunge of our nation would prove that man does not have, in himself, much common sense. Truth is elusive because it has both a spiritual and moral dimension to it. It goes beyond mere intellectual knowledge and therefore must have elements of faith based on results of the outworking of this faith. Truth must have absolutes to it, or there is no one truth. We teach our kids today that truth is relative and varies with

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out — we’re not entirely sure kiosks are enough to convince people to forgo their debut trip up Algonquin— and the state agency has admitted this is the first in series of proposed measures to promote sustainable visitation. But we also cannot underestimate the effectiveness of educational outreach and social media campaigns. A stakeholder pointed out that often this guest misbehavior — the illegal parking, the erratic driving, the eroded and environmentally-decimated trails with poo everywhere — is a result of ignorance, and ongoing and prolonged education for these visitors by the community will likely be needed in order for bad habits to be culled. This week is sure to be full of fast-moving developments. The Adirondack Park Agency and DEC are currently reviewing draft Unit Management Plan (UMP) amendments for the High Peaks Wilderness and Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest Areas. If approved, larger changes will be on the way, including the permanent relocation of the Cascade and Porter mountain trailhead to the nearby Mt. Van Hoevenberg complex, as well as creation of a new trail up Mt. Van Hoevenberg by Columbus Day Weekend in October. Those are good ideas. So are the ones presented by environmental groups, including the implementation of

the situation. It must have a moral dimension to it or it does not operate for the good of man and therefore why seek it? It must have a spiritual level that is rooted in love, or truth can bring harm. But if it is ignored then man is not living in true reality and is faced with mental illness and the society becomes sick. Relationship based on truth keeps us healthy. Technology is destroying true relationship. Quite the contrary, man does not honestly seek truth. Truth when sought with the whole heart usually entails much pain as our ivory towers get pulled down and we face our worst enemy: self. Jesus claims to be the truth and that the truth will set us free. With the abandonment of something greater than ourselves, we each live in bondage: be it to self, others or some evil as we let these things define our live and ourselves. You see once true identity is lost and we let ourselves be defined by lies, we

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a permit system for hikers, presented by the Adirondack Wild, and a parking reservation system, offered by the Adirondack Council. Again, despite efforts to direct visitors elsewhere, the High Peaks will always be the main attraction, and asking outdoor adventurers to go somewhere else is akin to asking lovebirds to visit Paris but take a hard pass at going up the Eiffel Tower. The devil is obviously in the details, and we like the idea of multi-year test programs to see if these are ideas worth implementing on a permanent basis. We also agree with the Adirondack Council that the APA should give the DEC more time to weigh the UMPs to ensure compliance with the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan, the document that governs all land-use issues in the Adirondacks. The green group joins others who contend the APA accelerated the review process of the DEC’s plan without reacting to the public comments generated, a measure criticized by the nonprofit as an “administrative shortcut.” Considering how much is at stake, stepping on the brakes might not be a bad idea. Lastly, we’d be remiss if we didn’t echo the clarion call for the state to hire more forest rangers, who are on the frontlines grappling with these issues daily, performing heroic feats of rescue as stewardship falls by the wayside. — The Sun Editorial Board ■

plunge into self-destruction. Ask the children who are casualties of bullying. Barbara Brennan, Warrensburg ■

Trump Supreme Court pick will spark battle over abortion

To the Editor: Well, the president gets to pick another replacement for a retiring judge on the Supreme Court. This will be a battle about abortion and nothing else. It doesn’t matter if the pick is a good person or has had good well reasoned rulings from the bench. I find it a bit shameful that killing the unborn is so important to Democrats. Think about it. They demand the right to kill the innocent. Now I don’t give a rat’s back side what a woman does with her

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body. She can sell it, tattoo it, pierce it or what else she choses to do. But this is where the fly in the ointment comes in. The baby growing inside her is not her body. It belongs to someone else. All the science is on this side. If it was her body, the DNA would be the same, but it’s not! Why is it a right to kill your unborn baby? Someday we may have an honest discussion about this, but I fear it will never happen because there are too many truths that have to be faced on both sides. I would put money on it. That any response to this letter will start with rape and incest. Which has nothing to do with what I have written here. I’m talking about the baby and that’s all. Is it so hard to admit that the baby is a separate person with a soul of its own. Raynard Corrow, Indian Lake ■ » Letters Cont. on pg. 7 This free community newspaper exists to serve the informational needs of the community and to stimulate a robust local economy. No press release, brief or calendar item can be guaranteed for placement in the paper nor run in multiple weeks unless it is a paid announcement. All free placement is on a space-available basis.

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Parking on residential property in village faces regulation By Thom Randall STA FF W RITER

LAKE GEORGE | An ordinance that allows village residents to host public parking on their properties during three local special events will likely be ready for consideration by the village board at their July 16 meeting. Lake George Mayor Robert Blais told the village board at their June meeting that village and town planning director Dan Barusch was now working on drafting regulations for public parking on private property — which is now counter to local zoning laws — during the Americade motorcycle rally, the Fourth of July, and the Adirondack Nationals Car Show. “Allowing public parking on private prop-

erty is a good idea — so local residents make a little extra money, and it allows us to accommodate more visitors to village,” Blais said. While the village trustees had suggested recently that the proposed regulations include a requirement for residents to obtain a permit from the village and provide proof of insurance, Blais said he’d rather not include such mandates in the ordinance. But Trustee John Earl said he supported requiring insurance so residents couldn’t claim ignorance of their liability risks. Blais responded that residents would instead be warned by the village that by hosting public parking they were “opening themselves up to tremendous liability.” Blais said the local law, however, was likely to mandate that vehicles entering and exiting


Theater group to offer youth summer theater programs

NORTH CREEK| Our Town Theatre Group is bringing its successful childrens and teens and tweens musical theatre workshops back to Tannery Pond Community Center this summer. Aspiring performers can participate in a week-long workshop and learn about acting, singing, dancing, creating costumes and working together, resulting in a performance for family and friends at the Lyle Dye Auditorium at Tannery Pond Community Center. This year’s youth workshop for students going into grades 1-4 will take place Monday, July 30 through Friday, August 3 with a performance on Saturday, August 4. The teens and tweens workshop for students going into grades 5-8 will take place Monday, August 6 through Friday, August 10 with a performance on Saturday, August 11. Each week-long workshop costs $50 for one child and $30 for each additional child ($80 max per family). Registration forms are available at

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Yes, there are still some honest people in this world!

To the Editor: Thank you to the person who turned in my granddaughter’s wallet at WalMart this past week. Everything was intact! She is a college student who is employed at Silver Bay YMCA for the summer. She is so very thankful that all her cards and license were still in the wallet! Your kindness is so appreciated! Beverly R. Hudak, Ticonderoga ■

Attorney general headlines are a political hit job

To the Editor: I didn’t vote for Donald Trump and watching national TV almost borders on tedium as things are more like a political world wrestling match than the modern America I grew up in. However, the recent headline-grabbing action by the acting New York attorney general has all the fingerprints of a political hit job. I know from personal knowledge that there was some pretty funny business in the past in Westport over the two cottages resold out of the Ballard Park Foundation to the tune of maybe $700,000 and the sidetracking of the charitable bequest of the Kobel farm by Camp Dudley must have reaped well over a million. As I recall, all these episodes of selfdealing reaped a collective yawn from the IRS, so go figure. William Kuntz III, Elizabethtown ■

properties must go over driveways or through curb-cuts, and not drive over curbs. The ordinance would also likely include prohibition of hawking — residents soliciting parking. Blais said the public parking would be allowed for the full seven days of Americade week and Thursday through Saturday during the annual Adirondack Nationals Car Show — but for only one day for the Fourth of July festivities. Earl expressed concern, however, about the potential noise and disruption of a large number of motorcycles hosted in a residential neighborhood. “It’s one thing to have a yard filled with six to eight cars, and another with 28 motorcycles,” he said. Blais responded that for many years, it has

difficult for people to find a parking space during Americade. Also, Blais noted that Americade’s block party drew a crowd of thousands and was a substantial success. Trustee John Root requested that village workers remove extensive black tire marks on Canada St. in front of Shepard park caused by “burnouts” conducted by stunt motorcyclists during the block party. “It’s an eyesore; it looks like total lawlessness occurred,” Root said. Blais responded that the burnouts would be a factor in deciding in upcoming years whether to permit such block parties — and that the village’s fees for closing down Canada Street would likely be increased. ■

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Volunteers needed for Bolton Free Library sale

BOLTON LANDING | The Bolton Free Library’s annual book sale will be held July 27-29 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. The Bolton Free Library has received an unprecedented amount of donations towards the sale this year and has run out of storage room. As such, they cannot take any more books until after the sale and will not accept donations again until August 6. Volunteers are needed to put up the tent and tables Thursday morning, to bring the books down from the attic Thursday afternoon, to run the cash register for all three days and to clean up Sunday afternoon. Those interested may sign up using forms in the library. For more information, contact the library at 518-644-2233 or email ■

Trump takes undeserved credit for Obama economy

To the Editor: For an unprecedented 104 consecutive months, the economy has grown. Trump has been president for only the last 18 of those months, and yet incomprehensibly, he is claiming complete and sole responsibility for the state of the economy. Full-scale (and fallacious) denigration of “President Obama’s economy” ranks high on the list of talking-points-du-jour for Trump and his followers. The president constantly touts the unemployment-rate as one of his most impressive accomplishments. This might be so for some, but the data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics tell a different story. The unemployment-rate was 7.8 and rising when Barack Obama came into office. It peaked 10 months later at 10 and has steadily declined since. At Trump’s inauguration, the rate was 4.8 and has fallen to 3.8 over the past 18 months. Perhaps Mr. Trump can crow for having “caused” the one-point reduction, but the lion’s share (83 percent) of the credit for the declining unemployment-rate is Obama’s. Another of Trump’s claims concerning Obama’s economy is that the GDP growth-rate was anemic…between one and two percent. Once again, the facts indicate otherwise. According to the U. S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, in the first quarter of 2009 the economy was shrinking at a rate of -1.94 percent. This decline continued, reaching -3.19 percent in the second quarter of 2009. It then began to grow steadily, “spiking” at 5.21 percent in the 3rd quarter of 2014. This growth continued until the 4th quarter of 2016.

Near collision with patrol car leads to arrest

LAKE GEORGE | Joseph W. Naylor, age 19, of Southbury, Connecticut was arrested and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop July 5 in the Town of Lake George. Naylor was arrested after driving along the shoulder for approximately a quarter mile and nearly striking a patrol car on state Route 9 in the Town of Lake George. Naylor later submitted to a chemical breath test and was found to have a blood-alcohol content of .2 percent. Naylor was released and is scheduled to appear in Lake George Town Court at a later date. ■

The average quarterly GDP growth-rate throughout Obama’s presidency was 3.01 percent. When, in a truly fair and balanced manner, all relevant factors are considered, one can only conclude that, for many of us, this present economy — Obama’s economy — is performing well. Let us all pray that Trump and his followers will allow it to continue to do so. John Maddix, Plattsburgh ■

Thurman is blessed

To the Editor: Thurman is so blessed — we have Trump in the White House and Seaman on the Thurman Town Board. Karma Smith, Athol ■

Confederate flag leaves bad taste

To the Editor: I attended the Ticonderoga Fourth of July Parade expecting to see some wholesome family fun. I don’t know who organized the parade, but the sight of a truck in the parade displaying a large confederate flag was enough to make me wonder about the racist views of the parade organizers. As a longtime summer resident, I am giving serious thought to taking the money I spend on restaurants, rentals and other activities in Ti and heading to another town. Art Summers, Ticonderoga ■

Support your president!

To the Editor: Ed Pontacoloni, your guest viewpoint does not add up! We the American people elected Donald

Trump as our president for a four-year term, he was duly elected by the rules and regulations overseeing a presidential election! The Sun Editorial Board should apply the same rules to their guest columnist as they do to the readers that send in letters. Allowing insults, name calling and nonfactual information should have voided this article in its entirety. There is nothing father from the truth than his article. Trump is a very strong and determined individual working harder than any president before him to reverse the damage done to America by the past misdeeds of previous presidents. He is responsible for the economy and paying the interest on the huge debt created and passed down by the Obama administration. In fact, his tax cut efforts have already shown improvements in the economy! His efforts to protect American interests and our allies have strengthened our relationships with other world powers. His “America First” and “Make America Great Again” attitude has sent a necessary message to the world, we the people of America will no longer carry the entire burden of everyone’s problems, so get off our backs! The racist policies of the previous administration have created the split in America and already the Trump agenda is showing signs of correcting these policies. As for the southern border, “build the wall” is the overwhelming message being sent to the administration via the American people! Immigrants are welcome via the existing laws, and we the people want them enforced. Violate our laws and you go to jail and will be returned to your homeland! Enter legally and you will be welcomed! As for Pontacoloni, wake up, get it straight and support your president! Bert Windle, Putnam ■

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Mill Pond water level lowered to inspect dam Water level restored after engineering assessment By Christopher South STA FF W RITER

HORICON | The level of Mill Pond in Horicon was lowered about four feet last week to allow the county to perform an en-

gineering assessment of the dam between the pond and Brant Lake. Warren County Department of Public Works Superintendent Kevin Hajos said the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) asked for an engineering assessment on all dams the county owns. The dam at Mill Pond is the only dam Warren County owns. Hajos said the process began about two years ago: “The DEC asked us to come back and look

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ELIZABETHTOWN - The diabetes support group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Elizabethtown Community Hospital, 4:30 pm-6pm.

WESTPORT - 67th Annual Chicken BBQ. Thursday, July 19, 2018 at the Westport Federated Church, 6486 Main St., Westport, NY. Serving starts 4:30pm with takeouts available. $10.00 Adults, $5.00 Children 10 & under, Preschool free. Along with the BBQ there will be a Chinese Auction for the benefit of the Medical Assistance Program (MAP) Gas Card & Ferry Pass Project.

LAKE GEORGE - Grief and Loss Support Group Ever Wednesday, 3:00 pm. 3-5 pm at St. James Episcopal Church. PORT HENRY - Grief Support Group First Thursday of Each Month, St Patrick's Parrish Center 11:00-12:00pm Marie Marvull 518743-1672 TICONDEROGA - Nar-Anon Family Group A support group for family and friends of addicts. Office of the Prevention Team 173 Lord Howe St., Mondays at 6pm,

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PUBLIC MEETINGS CHESTERTOWN - The town of Chester Library Board of Trustees will be holding its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 17 2018 at 6:30 pm in the library on the second floor of the municipal building. The public is invited. PUTNAM - The Putnam Founders annual meeting is scheduled for July 18, 2018 at 5pm at Cummings Park on County Route 2 in Putnam. A picnic will follow at 6pm. All are welcome to attend.

The water level of the Mill Pond in Horicon was lowered last week to allow for an inspection of the dam between the pond and Brant Lake. After the inspection, the gate was opened and the pond was returned to its normal level. Photo by Christopher South at a couple things,” he said. David Winchell, an agency spokesman, said Warren County undertook the project in response to DEC comments on the county’s engineering assessment of the Mill Pond Dam. The engineering assessment of the dam is required under DEC dam safety regulation to protect public safety and the environment. Engineers inspected the “batter” of the back of the dam, a term referring to a sloping wall, and it required lowering the water level. Inspectors closed the gate at the top of the pond while opening a gate or spillway at the opposite end to let the water out of the pond. The county has lowered the level of the pond many times before, Hajos said, noting the replacement of the dam gate several years ago. The department started draining Mill Pond on the evening of June 8, according

to Hajos, and work started on June 12 at 8:30 p.m. The county was notified at 10:50 p.m. the same day that the work was completed and the foreman closed the lower gates to refill Mill Pond. “It’s filled to the brim,” said Horicon Supervisor Matt Simpson, who had received a number of calls asking about the pond. Simpson said lowering the water level did not negatively impact trout and other fish in the pond. The Warren County Fish Hatchery had stocked Mill Pond with about 750 trout prior to the annual Barney Barnhard Memorial Fishing Derby for Kids held on May 19. Simpson said he could see the fish schooling in the channel that remained when the level was lowered. Hajos said the county never completely drains the pond, leaving enough water for the fish. ■

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at Horicon Free Public Library; 6:30 p.m. Joins us on Thursday evenings for stories. For children five and under.

held at Tannery Pond Community Center; 10:00 a.m. John Davies’ take on the traditional fairy tale uses music of Mozart, Donizetti and Rossini in a delightful 35 minute show that teaches audiences about the perils of being a bully. Performances are free and are sure to please young and old alike.

Brant Lake » Bedtime Stories held

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Westport » Summer Concert

Series held at Ballard Park; 7:00 p.m. Come join us Thursday evenings for a free concert in the park featuring various local musicians. For a full schedule visit

JUL. 14

Chilson » Annual Chilson

Volunteer Fire Department Chicken Barbecue held at Chilson Community Center; 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Chilson’s famous chicken BBQ recipe, with all the trimmings, served from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and costs just $12.00. Entertainment all day by local musicians, open mic for performers, and exciting raffles for valuable prizes. Dinner tickets go on sale at 11:00 a.m., or call (518) 585-7441 or e-mail for information on advance ticket sales.

JUL. 15

Port Henry » Champ Day held at

Port Henry Beach; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. A day long festival celebrating the local legendary lake monster “Champ”. Activities include: games ;iames for for the the kids, kids, product product and and craft vendors, live ::raft vendors, live music, music, antique antique and =:indclassic classic boat boat rendezvous, rendezvous, Penelope the clown, :,enelope the clown, sail sail boat boat race, food vendors. -ace, food vendors.

North Creek » Billy Goats Gruff

JUL. 18

Port Henry » Pork Loin Dinner held at Knights of Columbus; 4:00 p.m. Served with mashed potato, gravy, stuffing, vegetable, roll w/ butter and dessert. $10 per person. Take outs available.

JUL 19

Chester » Magic Workshop held at Municipal Auditorium; 2:00 p.m. The Town of Chester Library presents: “Magic” with Jim Snack. . Sign-up to learn magic tricks. 3 pm Performance by Jim Snack and the workshop attendees. Free. For more info call 518-494-5384.

JUL. 19

Ticonderoga » Joe K. Walsh Band

Concert held at 543 Baldwin Road; 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. This is our fourth year of holding a lakeside concert and we hope you can join us. BYOB, bring your own chair, chaise lounge, blanket. blanket. There’ll be some ~


JUL. 20

Chestertown » Classic Car Show

Night held at Panther Mountain Pub; 5:30 p.m. Classic cars, cruise through town, entertainment, food and beverages, prizes for Best in Show! Bring your classic ride! 50-50 raffle. Free Admission.

JUL. 20

North Creek » Free Outdoor

Movie Screening “Coco” held at Riverfront Park; Dusk Join us for a family friendly, free movie screening. Snacks Available, Bring a Lawn Chair. For more info 518-2513338.

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Lake George » 14th Annual Lake George Community Band Festival held at Shepard Park; 5:00 p.m. Enjoy the largest community concert band festival in the northeastern United States in Lake George’s own Shepard Park! Free!

JUL. 21

Long Lake » Cardboard Box Boat Face-Off held at The Town Beach; 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Box building from 11am-1pm with the Float-Off beginning at 1pm. Last Boat Floating wins the title. Prizes will be awarded and lifeguards will be on duty. Free Admission. Call 518-624-3077 for more information or check out

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Long Lake » US Waterski Show Team held at Long Lake Town Beach; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Join us for the 7th annual US Water Ski Show Team Exhibition. Demonstrations begin at 10a.m. and the show begins at 2p.m. The highest caliber water ski show in the Northeast by the 2011 Eastern Regional Water Ski Champions! Free Admission. For more info 518624-3077 or


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Isle LaMotte » 70th annual

pilgrimage held at St. Anne’s Shrine; 12:15 p.m. Knights of Columbus, their families and friends from the Diocese of Ogdensburg will participate in the pilgrimage, beginning with the celebration of a 12:15 PM Mass. Following Mass, a picnic lunch on the shrine’s beautiful grounds. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will take place at 3PM. For more info Peter 518-643-9241 or John 518-6439386.



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Smart” Children’s Workshop Series held at Ticonderoga Heritage Museum; 12:00 p.m. Joins us every Wednesday and Friday. The museum hosts historically accurate exhibits and creative children’s workshops. For more info 518-5852696.

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Adirondack History Museum, Elizabethtown. Friday: 7:00 pm Hosting the Film The 46ers with Director Blake Cortright. Details: 518-873-6466 or email 184133



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simple refreshments but don’t hesitate to bring your own sustenance. A $20 donation, all of which goes to the band, is recommended. “Joe K. Walsh is a master bluegrass, jazz and roots mandolinist who has performed with the likes of the Gibson Bros., John Scofield, Darol Anger, Emmylou Harris and Bela Fleck. He also is an instructor at the prestigious Berklee College of Music.” Details: Don Sheldon at or 518-5857266.

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GLENS FALLS | Former Special Forces medic Gary Beikirch told a group of men at the Christian Business Men’s Connection (CBMC) quarterly breakfast, held last week at the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls, that he has faced death more than once in his life. The first time was April 1, 1970 on the battlefield in Vietnam, when his special forces unit was attacked by 10,000 North Vietnamese soldiers. He suffered a spinal concussion that left him temporarily paralyzed, and was shot three times. He credits a 15-yearold soldier, one of the Montagnard people of Vietnam, with saving his life.

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Beikirch referred to such incidents as “stopping places” where some of life’s battles are fought. Another stopping place, and another life and death struggle, was the hospital where he spent 10 months recovering from his wounds only to be called names and spat on when he returned home. The hurt from the insults, he said, was worse than the wounds he received in combat. While Beikirch was in the hospital, he often wondered if he would wake up after falling asleep. He had seen the hospital orderlies pulling white sheets over soldiers who had expired. One day he opened his eyes and a man was standing beside his bed. The man said he was a chaplain and he had visited Beikirch for three days before he woke. “He asked me if I wanted to pray and I told him I didn’t know how to pray,” Beikirch said. “He said, ‘That’s okay, God knows how to listen.’” Beikirch would become a Christian and eventually enter seminary. He went on to graduate school so he could become a counselor.

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Beikirch opened his recent presentation with a story about driving with his wife from their home in Rochester, where he spent 33 years as a counselor in a middle school, to a speaking engagement in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Before leaving, Beikirch printed directions from Mapquest — GPS was not available then, he said. Down the road his wife, Lolly, asked if he had the Mapquest directions, which he had left on the table at home.

Former Green Beret Gary Beikirch was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service in Vietnam. Although severely wounded himself, Beikirch attempted to give aid to his fellow soldiers. He returned to the United States and went college, then seminary, and earned a graduate degree in counseling before spending a career as a counselor in a middle school. Photos by Christopher South “I said, ‘Hey, I’m a Green Beret. I can find my way in the jungle, so I can find Altoona,’” Beikirch said. They ended up going the right direction, and nearing Altoona, Mrs. Beikirch asked if he knew where they had to go. He said it was the Marriott, and when she asked if he knew how to find it, Beikirch said, “How big can Altoona be?” He saw a sign reading “Marriott” and after driving around for a while he asked someone for directions to get to the sign. He eventually found the way, but learned it was just a sign, not the hotel. Beikirch told the CMBC group it’s not about success, it’s about significance. He succeeded in getting where he wanted to go, but there was no significance to arriving there. He quoted Proverbs 16:25, saying, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.” Beikirch said when he became a Green Beret, he was doing it for his own honor. He did not choose the circumstances leading to his being awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, saying that God gave him that honor. He said he felt an obligation to do something with that honor, quoting from Psalm 49, saying, “A man who is in honor, yet does not understand, is like the beasts that perish.”


Beikirch said he has a Facebook page with 3,000 to 4,000 former students as “friends.” Over 500 are serving in the military. They are all different ranks and serving all over the world. He will occasionally hear from students who tell him, “Mr. B, I always felt you loved us and wouldn’t give up on us.” » Belkirch Cont. on pg. 11


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Plans to extend county Bikeway from Lake George to Wbg. move forward By Thom Randall STA FF W RITER

LAKE GEORGE | For decades, the idea of establishing a dedicated bicycle path between Lake George and Warrensburg has been discussed with enthusiasm. Now, it has moved closer to reality. Recently, conceptual plans of extending the Warren County Bikeway from Lake George 7.1 miles north to Warrensburg was present-

ed to municipal officials of Lake George. Plans were revealed detailing how a bicycle route could be established through Lake George Village with a priority on safety for bicyclists while minimizing disruption of traffic on heavily traveled Canada Street. Adirondack-Glens Falls Transportation Council Director Aaron Frankenfeld described the preferred proposed route to the village board. Dan Barusch, planning director for both the village and the town of Lake George, presented the conceptual plans — developed

in a collaborative effort between regional and state transportation officials and local municipal employees. Barusch said the Bikeway extension could be a reality in one to five years. The plans call for the 9.4-miles-long county Bikeway to be extended from its present terminus at the Lake George Battlefield Park beside Beach Road, in a southwest direction up West Brook Road to Canada Street. This initial extension was chosen over establishing a “bicycle boulevard” up the median

of Beach Road — a long-term preferred route — because of disruption of Beach Road’s nationally-renowned porous pavement, which was installed in 2013 in a multi-milliondollar road reconstruction project. Village Mayor Robert Blais said that eventually the Bikeway should be routed up Beach Road, as it would take bicyclists past the village rest rooms and the village’s visitors center. But for the next decade, the West Brook link to Route 9 makes the most sense, Frankenfeld said. ■

Chestertown doesn’t financially support VFW, American Legion representative says Veterans organizations provide various services to town By Christopher South STA FF W RITER

CHESTERTOWN | The commander of Chestertown VFW Post 5513 appeared before the town board last week saying the town does not financially support local veterans service organizations, though the groups provide services to the town. “The town gives us no money. We buy flags for the cemeteries and the town reimburses us,” said VFW Post Commander Harry Brundage, who is also a member of American Legion Post 964 in Chestertown. Brundage said the town authorized $300 to be paid to the veterans group to pay for the flags. The matter of supporting veterans organizations was also raised at last month’s board meeting, when the board entertained a request from the American Legion to waive tipping fees for construction debris. American Legion Post 964 is planning to remodel the post hall to make it more handicap-accessible and to add insulation. The veterans group has not been able to meet at post in the winter. The VFW has been meeting at Christ Church

in Pottersville during the cold months. A request was made for the town to waive the fees associated with dumping the debris from the remodeling and the Chester Town Board agreed to waive fees for five tons. “You gave us five tons — the Town of Horicon said, ‘We’ll take it all,’” Brundage said. “I just want everyone to understand that money does not come to us from this town.”


At last month’s board meeting, while considering the request from the veterans to waive tipping fees, Councilman Mike Packer asked: “What do they do for the town?” Brundage said last week the veterans groups organize parades scheduled for patriotic holidays. The veterans groups are also a liaison between the town and Warren County Veterans Services and they are notified by the county whenever a Chestertown veteran registers with the county. Two members of the veterans organizations are certified to counsel veterans, and they build handicap ramps at homes of disabled veterans. Brundage said the veterans pay to send students to the state American Legion Boys State, support local businesses during Chester Day and participate in Tri-Lakes Business Alliance events. Chestertown Supervisor Craig Leggett apologized on behalf of the town for any offense given regarding its relationship with the VFW and American Legion. ■ Congressional Medal of Honor winner Gary Beikirch is shown addressing men at the Christian Business Men’s Connection in Glens Falls, June 13. Beikirch was a counselor in a middle school in Rochester for 33 years.

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Box 4392 furnish materials and la- The Owner further re- process against it may http://www.EmpireStateand appurtenances necNOTICE OF QUALIFICAAntlers, LLC (The LLC). bor to complete the High serves its right to dis- be served. SSNY shall If you essary for installation of Queensbury, New York TION OF Goliath VII LLC. School Pump Replace- qualify bidders for any The date of filing of the mail process to: 63 choose a free subscrip- the hdpe piping via di12804 Authority filed with NY ment Project No. 2018- material failure to comArticles of Organization Palmer Pond Road, tion, please note that rectional bore (i.e. pro(518) 793-4900 Dept. of State on 025 all in accordance with the Department of NE-06/09-07/14/2018ply with the Information Chestertown, New York, you must visit the site vide directional boring 4/19/18. Office location: with the plans and spec- for Bidders and General, State was June 20, 6TC-187500 machine, operator for 12817. Purpose: any up until the response Warren County. LLC 2018. ifications. deadline for any adden- boring machine, equipSupplementary, and lawful act. formed in CA on 3/6/18. NOTICE OF FORMATION The county in New York This work is to be bid da. All further informa- ment for fluid mixing, Special Conditions. NE-06/09-07/14/2018in which the offices of OF LIMITED LIABILITY NY Sec. of State desig- under the Wicks Reform The Owner reserves the 6TC-186871 tion pertaining to this delivery and recovery nated agent of LLC upon Articles of COMPANY the LLC are located is Law as a SINGLE CON- right to reject any or all bid will be available on system, guidance syswhom process against it Organization for a limitNOTICE OF FORMATION Warren County. TRACT covering the this site. Bids which are bids and to waive any intem/walk over system). ed liability company may be served and shall work of all trades as fol- formalities or defects in OF LIMITED LIABILITY not directly obtained The Secretary of State The bid will be based on mail process to the CA named 843 Lake Av(LLC) COMPANY has been designated as lows: Contract No. 1 such bid either before or from either source will a daily rate for directionand principal business enue, LLC were filed Name, SENTINELS be refused. agent of the LLC upon Mechanical (est. value after opening. al boring services. address: 3796 Happy the Department of with LLC. Articles of 9251, whom process may be $80,000.00) Sealed Bid Each bidder must deBids may be delivered to You may obtain these Valley Road, Lafayette, State on June 5, 2018. Organization filed with served, and the SecreProposals will be re- posit with his bid, secuthe undersigned at the Specifications either onCA 94549, Attn: Renee tary of State shall mail a The office of the LLC is ceived until 2:00 p.m. rity in the form and sub- the Secretary of State Warren County Human line or through the PurLittle. Cert. of Form. filed be located in Warren to on 06/19/2018. (SSNY) copy of any such protime, on prevailing Services Building, War- chasing Office. If you ject to the conditions County. The Secretary of with CA Sec. of State, cess served against the Thursday, July 19, provided in the "INFOR- Office Location: Warren have any interest in ren County Purchasing 1500 11th St., Sacrahas been designatState The SSNY is County. LLC to 15 Antlers Lane, 2018, at the Warrens- MATION FOR BIDDERS". Department, 3rd Floor, these Specifications onmento, CA 95814. Pured as agent of the LLC designated as agent of Lake George, New York burg Central School Dis- Attention of bidders is 1340 State Route 9, line, please follow the inpose: all lawful purpos- trict upon whom process the LLC upon whom 12845. structions to register on particularly called to the Lake George, New York es. against it may be served against it may process The business purpose of District Office requirements as to conbetween the hours of the Empire State Bid NE-06/30-08/04/2018the post office adand be served. SSNY shall the LLC is to engage in 103 Schroon River Road ditions of employment 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. System website, either any and all business ac- dress to which the Sec- 6TC-189573 Warrensburg, New York to be observed and to mail a copy of any pro- Bids will be received up for free or paid subscripcess to the principal tivities permitted under retary of State shall mail NOTICE OF FORMATION 12885 the minimum wage rates until Thursday, August tion. Go to http://warrenbusiness location of 2, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. at the laws of the State of a copy of any process The Bid Documents can to be paid under the OF NEW YORK LIMITED and against it served upon New York. be requested from BCA Contract. LIABILITY COMPANY which time they will be No bidder LLC: 9251 Lake Shore choose BIDS AND PRODrive, Hague NY 12836. BORGOS & DEL SIG- him/her is 837 Lake Av- 1. The name of the limit- Architects & Engineers publicly opened and may withdraw his bid POSALS to access the enue, Lake Luzerne, NY ed liability company is at Purpose: All lawful activ- read. All bids must be NORE, P.C. www.thebcgroup.- within 45 business days Empire State Bid System 12846. The character or Green Acres Motel, LLC. ities. P.O. Box 4392 com, Bidding, select after the date of the submitted on proper bid OR go directly to purpose of the business NE-07/07-08/11/2018Queensbury, New York 2. The date of filing of project, and then Bid Set opening of bids. proposal forms. Any http://www.EmpireStateof the LLC is real estate 12804 the Articles of Organiza- Request Form. A pay- ATTENTION changes to the original If you OUT-OF- 6TC-189676 acquisition and all activi(518) 793-4900 ment of $100.00 will be tion with the Department STATE BIDDERS bid documents are choose a free subscripties incidental or com- of State was June 12, required for each set. Please pay particular at- WARRENSBURG CEN- grounds for immediate NE-06/30-08/04/2018tion, please note that TRAL SCHOOL DISthereto, and plementary 6TC-189304 Bidders wishing docu- tention to the Form of TRICT Invitation to Bid 2018. disqualification. you must visit the site such other activities as 3. The county in New ments mailed to them Proposal and it related Late bids by mail, couri- up until the response Pursuant to Chapter 472 NOTICE OF FORMATION may be engaged in by a York in which the offices shall include, in addition forms in the project of the 1998 Session er or in person will be deadline for any addenOF LIMITED LIABILITY company formed under of the LLC are located is to the document de- manual. Out-of-State refused. Warren County da. All further informaLaws of New York, the COMPANY the Limited Liability posit, a non-refundable Warren. Bidders are required to Warrensburg tion pertaining to this Central will not accept any bid Name: 19 E. Notre Dame Company Law check of $15.00 per set complete the Statement 4. The Secretary of State or proposal which is not bid will be available on School District hereby Street, LLC. Articles of NE-06/23-07/28/2018handling and Concerning Authority to requests sealed bids for delivered to Purchasing has been designated as for this site. Bids which are Organization filed with 6TC-188428 postage or a UPS/FedEx do Business in the State agent of the LLC upon the lease financing of (1) by the time indicated on not directly obtained the Secretary of State of number. of New York for non- Type C 66 Passenger the time stamp in the account from either source will FORMATION whom process may be New York (SSNY) on NOTICE: served, and the Secre- Checks shall be made New York State Compa- school bus, and (1) 32 Purchasing Department be refused. January 31, 2018. Office OF AIR ADK LLC. Art. Of tary of State shall mail a payable to BCA Archi- nies located in the Form Office. Bids may be delivered to Passenger school bus location: Warren County. Org. filed w/ NY Sec. of copy of any such pro- tects & Engineers. of Proposal package. with a wheel chair for a the undersigned at the The right is reserved to (SSNY) on SSNY is designated as State PLANS AND SPECIFICA- There are three sections Warren County Human 5/17/18. Office location: cess served against the five year term, com- reject any or all bids. agent of the LLC upon TIONS REMAIN THE LLC to 2724 State Route that must be completed. mencing in the 2018-19 Julie A. Butler, Purchas- Services Building, Warwhom process against it Warren County. SSNY is 9, Lake George, NY PROPERTY OF THE AR- You must also have the ren County Purchasing ing Agent school year. Bids will be may be served. SSNY designated as agent 12845. CHITECT AND MUST BE Non-Collusion Certificate Department, 3rd Floor, accepted until July 23, Warren County Human shall mail a copy of pro- upon whom process RETURNED IN GOOD completed and signed 1340 State Route 9, against LLC may be 5. The business purpose 2018 at 10:00 AM at Services Building cess to: The LLC, c/o CONDITION WITHIN and if you are a corpora- which time they will be of the LLC is to engage Tel. (518) 761-6538 Lake George, New York Levack Real Estate, Inc., served. SSNY shall mail in any and all business THIRTY (30) BUSINESS tion, you must have the publicly opened and NE-07/14/2018-1TCbetween the hours of copy of process to the a 33 Park Street, Glens completed activities permitted un- DAYS AFTER AWARD Resolution 190726 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. read. Falls, NY 12801. Pur- LLC at its principal busi- der the Limited Liability OF CONTRACT OR RE- and signed. Bids will be received up location, P.O. Box ness Bids should be submitpose: Any lawful act or OF BIDS. The JECTION No bid will be consid- ted to Business Adminuntil Tuesday, August 7, 81, 2663 NY-9L, Company Law of the activities. NOTICE TO BIDDERS plan deposit for one set State of New York. ered when opened un- istrator, 103 Schroon 2018 at 3:00 p.m. at Cleverdale, NY 12820. NE-06/16-07/21/2018The undersigned shall of Plans and SpecificaNE-06/23-07/28/2018less accompanied by a River Road, Warrenswhich time they will be Purpose: any lawful. 6TC-189051 tions will be refunded to 6TC-188476 certified copy of your burg, NY 12885. Bid receive sealed bids for publicly opened and NE-07/14-08/18/2018directional boring serbona fide bidders returnAuthority to do Business read. All bids must be 6TC-190448 NOTICE OF FORMATION specifications can be obHartman Hill, LLC. Filed ing Plans and Specificain New York State. This OF 2 BOULEVARD tained from Warrens- vices to the County of submitted on proper bid 12/15/17. Office: Warren tions to the Architect's NOTICE OF FORMATION Warren as follows: is not to be confused proposal forms. Any HOLDINGS, LLC Articles burg CSD Business OfOF Balsam Motel, Limit- Co. SSNY designated as office within 30 busi- with a sales tax certifi- fice, 103 Schroon River WC 50-18 - DIRECTION- changes to the original of Organization filed with ed Liability Company Ar- agent for process & ness days after award of cate. The Authority can AL BORING SERVICES bid documents are the Secretary of State of Road, Warrensburg, NY shall mail to: Christo- Contract or rejection of ticles of Organization be obtained by contact- 12885 or by calling 518- FOR THE SEWER EX- grounds for immediate New York (SSNY) on pher Carlton, 1138 filed with the Secretary TENSION PROJECT FOR bids. A partial refund of ing: disqualification. 5/14/2018. Office loca623-2861. of State of 2018 New Corinth Rd, Queensbury, the plan deposit, in an New York State DepartHORICON AVENUE LO- Late bids by mail, courition: 306 Quaker Road, Attention is called to the NY 12804. Purpose: amount equal to the full York SSNY on January ment of State er or in person will be Queensbury, Warren requirement that a non- CATED IN THE TOWN OF 11, 2018 Office Loca- General. amount of such deposit, Division of Corporations refused. Warren County County. SSNY designatcollusive bidding certifi- WARRENSBURG NE-06/09-07/14/2018tion: Warren County Warren County New will not accept any bid less the actual cost of 162 Washington Avenue ed as agent of LLC upon cate accompany each 6TC-187503 SSNY designated as reproduction of the Albany, NY 12231 whom process against it agent of Limited Liability bid and that the enve- York received federal or proposal which is not CDBG funding from the Kindred Properties LLC, Plans and Specifications (518) 473-2492 delivered to Purchasing may be served. SSNY Company upon whom lope should be clearly NYS Housing Trust Fund shall be made to non- If the Certificate does by the time indicated on shall mail process to: process against it may Art. of Org. filed with marked BUS LEASE. Corporation Office of the time stamp in the The LLC, 306 Quaker be served. SSNY shall SSNY on 4/17/18. Off. bidders and unsuccess- not accompany the bid, The Board of Education loc.: Warren Co. SSNY ful bidders for the return the bid is not valid. Road, Queensbury, New mail process to: The reserves the right to Community Renewal for Purchasing Department the installation of a Office. designated as agent of all other copies of the In the event you are of York 12804 Purpose: waive any informalities Limited Liability Compa- upon whom process wastewater treatment A pre-bid conference will Plans and Specifications the opinion that you are any lawful activity. or to reject any or all ny, 3 Witbeck Drive, may be served & shall line that will connect the in good condition within not required to obtain be held at 10 A.M. local NE-06/23-07/28/2018or to accept the bids, Schenectady, NY 12302 Countryside 30 business days follow- the Authority To Do lease bid that in its judg- County's mail proc.: 419 Canada time on Wednesday, 6TC-188913 Purpose: any lawful ac- St., Lake George, NY ing the award of the Business in New York ment will be in the best Adult Home on Schroon July 25, 2018 at the NOTICE FOR PUBLICA- tivity River Road in the Town Contract or the rejection 12845. Purp.: any lawful state, and you are not a interest of the District. Town Hall in Warrensof Warrensburg to the TION FORMATION OF A NE-07/07-08/11/2018of the bids. purp. New York State Corpora- Cynthia Turcotte burg located at 3797 NEW YORK LIMITED LI- 6TC-189891 Town's Wastewater Plan Deposit Policy, Plan NE-06/09-07/14/2018tion, then you should Main Street, WarrensDistrict Clerk ABILITY COMPANY Treatment System. The Holders List, Pre-Bid Es- complete the Statement 6TC-186767 burg, NY 12885. Atten103 Schroon River Road Cole Rock LLC, Art. of The name of the limited majority of the work will and a list of Adtimates, Concerning Authority to Warrensburg, NY 12885 dance at the pre-bid Org. filed with SSNY on KJP Tool & Equipment liability company is 20 5/7/18. Off. loc.: Warren be performed by Town dendums, if any, may be do Business. You must conference is encourJuly 13, 2018 Rental LLC, Arts of Org. and County forces. WarWARREN, LLC (The found at www.thebccomplete two out of NE-07/14/2018-1TCaged but is not mandaCo. SSNY designated as filed with Sec. of State LLC). ren County encourages under Bid- three sections. The top tory. 190653 agent upon whom pro- of NY (SSNY) 6/4/2018. all minority and womenThe date of filing of the portion must be comThe right is reserved to cess may be served & Cty: Warren. SSNY de- ding Projects. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Articles of Organization owned businesses, local reject any or all bids. Contractors may inspect pleted by all vendors shall mail proc.: 90 State The undersigned shall with the Department of St., #700, Albany, NY sig. as agent upon small businesses and the site at their conve- needing to complete this Julie A. Butler, Purchaswhom process against State was May 31, 2018. nience by scheduling an document and then ei- receive sealed bids for verified veteran-owned ing Agent 12207. Purp.: any lawful may be served & shall The county in New York businesses to participate appointment with Mick ther the Individual Ac- sale and delivery to the Warren County Human purp. mail process to 23 of Warren as folCounty in the bidding process. in which the offices of NE-06/09-07/14/2018Derway via email (mder- knowledgement or the Services Building Harlem, Glens Falls, NY The County is requesting the LLC are located is 6TC-186769 Corporate Acknowledge- lows: Telephone (518) 76112801. General Purpose. Warren County. Bids shall be prepared ment, depending on the WC 48-18 - FRESH AND bids for directional bor- 6538 NE-06/16-7/21/2018NOTICE OF FORMATION FROZEN MEATS & DELI ing services for the in- NE-07/14/2018-1TCThe Secretary of State as set forth in the Infor- status of your business. 6TC-188014 ITEMS has been designated as OF Dr. James A Meglino stallation of three-inch 190725 mation to Bidders, en- By Order Of: You may obtain these SDR-11 high-density Chiropractor PLLC. Arti- Lakefront Terrace Re- closed in a sealed enve- Cynthia Turcotte agent of the LLC upon Specifications either on- polyethylene (hdpe) low cles of organization were sort LLC. Filed 5/31/18. whom process may be lope bearing on its face District Clerk line or through the Pur- pressure sewer main, in served, and the Secre- filed with the Secretary Office: Warren Co. SSNY the name, address and FindA BuyerFor Date: July 6, 2018 chasing Office. If you specified areas as retary of State shall mail a of State of N.Y. (SSNY) designated as agent for phone number of the NE-07/14/2018-1TCYourNo-longer have any interest in quired during the course copy of any such pro- on 5.21.2018. Office lo- process & shall mail to: bidder and the title of 190424 cess served against the these Specifications on- of construction. cation: Warren County. Northwest The the project. Needed ItemsWithA Registered line, please follow the in- Town and County will be LLC to 71 Prospect SSNY has been desig- Agent LLC, 90 State St, Each bidder agrees to Low-Cost Classified. structions to register on Street, Glens Falls, New nated as agent of the providing required pipSte 700 Office 40, Al- waive any claim it has or NOTICE OF FORMATION OF RCR TRUCKING & the Empire State Bid LLC upon which process York 12801. ing materials and forces ToPlaceAnAd,Call bany, NY 12207. Pur- may have against the System website, either to complete all the reThe business purpose of against it may be served. Owner, the Architect/En- EXCAVATING LLC. Arts. pose: General. 518-585-9173 SSNY shall mail process for free or paid subscrip- quired pipe fusing, tracthe LLC is to engage in gineer, and the respec- of Org. filed with the NE-0707-08/11/2018Sect'y of State of NY tion. Go to http://war- er wire installation, any and all business ac- to the LLC, 467 Glen tive employees, arising 6TC-189725 and trenching for boring and (SSNY) on 5/09/18.Of- tivities permitted under Street, Glens Falls, NY out of or in connection the laws of the State of 12801. Purpose: Any with the administration, fice location, County of choose BIDS AND PRO- receiving pits, traffic lawful activity. POSALS to access the control. The successful New York. evaluation or recom- Warren. SSNY has been bidder will be required BORGOS & DEL SIG- NE-06/09-07/14/2018mendation of any bid. designated as agent of Empire State Bid System


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