Editorial» Communication needed in sports merger talks
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NCCC adds new women’s sports
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By Jon Hochschartner email@example.com
Art Walk planned this weekend in Saranac Lake PAGE 2 OUTDOORS
Nina Schoch inducted to Hall of Fame PAGE 3
Emily Pinheiro holds Pansy, a bottle-fed Katahdin lamb, at the First Annual 4H Sheep and Goat Camp in Westport on Saturday, June 14. Nineteen kids from Essex and Clinton counties participated in the inaugral two-day event designed to teach young learners elements of husbandry. Sheep herding is becoming increasingly attractive in the area, said organizers, due to the low acreage required for their care. Photo by Pete DeMola
Local Rangers attend swift water training By Jon Hochschartner firstname.lastname@example.org
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HADLEY Ñ The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation held a swift water training for approximately 20 forest rangers, who make up about half of Region 5Õ s force, June 12 on the Sacandaga River in Hadley. Ò It was for rangers to hone their skills, if you will, for rescuing individuals who might fall out of rafts or even drowning victims from the shore,Ó Region 5 Forest Ranger Captain John Streiff said. Ò WeÕ ve had some new transfers that have come in from other parts of the state who might not be as familiar with swift water rescue here in the Adirondacks. But with the thousands of miles and hundreds of ponds and lakes that we have in the Adirondacks, itÕ s very important for forest rangers to keep up their skills in swift CONTINUED ON PAGE 8
The NYS DEC held a swift water training for Region 5 Forest Rangers June 12. Photo provided
SARANAC LAKE Ñ The North Country Community College Athletic Department announced June 12 that it will add womenÕ s lacrosse and womenÕ s volleyball programs to its sports offerings beginning the fall 2015 semester. The teams will be participating as NJCAA Division III programs, which will allow North Country to compete against other Region III programs. They will compete in the Mountain Valley Conference and the Region III Athletics portion of the NJCAA. Ò Our department is very excited to offer these new programs,Ó Saints Athletic Director Chad LaDue said. Ò I believe they will enhance our studentsÕ experience while increasing our number of student athletes.Ó NCCC President Steve Tyrell said he was excited to watch these new programs take off. Ò North Country Community College is committed to providing strong athletic programs not only for the camaraderie, leadership values and core school pride it builds for the players, students, faculty and staff of North Country, but for our local communities as well,Ó Tyrell said. LaDue said the new offerings would potentially boost NCCCÕ s enrollment. “We’re definitely looking to increase our student body and one of the ways is through athletics,Ó LaDue said. Ò I took a look at what sports would fit our region and our institution and decided that having one in the fall and one in the spring, womenÕ s lacrosse and CONTINUED ON PAGE 8
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Art walk slated in Saranac Lake this weekend SARANAC LAKE Ñ Thursday, June 19 kicks off the 16th annual Saranac LakeÕ s Third Thursday Art Walks. The village, downtown businesses, non profits and galleries will host the talents of regional and local artists and musicians of various genres from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Beginning a self-guided tour through downtown Saranac Lake, Art Walkers can go to any participating venue, pick up a map/schedule and experience the work of established artists and emerging talents from all over the North Country. One can start the walk at any of the 30 or more venues, each marked with a festive balloon. Starting on Main St. near the Harrietstown Town Hall, this eveningÕ s walk venues include, among others, Riverside Park, The Waterhole, Ampersound, Adirondack ArtistsÕ Guild, Mark Kurtz Photography & Art Annex, Blue Moon CafŽ , Main Street Exchange, Downhill Grill, Small Fortune Studio, Upstairs Gallery, Berkeley Green, The Community Store and the Saranac Lake Free Library. And thatÕ s just the start with a variety of arts and activities going on. From Main St., the Art Walker can go down Broadway to find the venues of Eco-Living, Left Bank CafŽ and Twin Crystal Rock Shop. The two quiet side streets of Olive and Woodruff will each have a venue also: NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery on Woodruff St. and Moose Maple Books & More is on Olive St. The Saranac Laboratory Museum, on Church St., will be hosting the local Ceilidh group, which meets locally each Thursday throughout the year. A similar, but slower-paced, jamming group, Ò Slo JamÓ will set up in front of Two Horse Trade Co. on Broadway. Venues continue on Bloomingdale Ave. and Depot St. The rock band, Ò Damaged GoodsÓ will be playing at RomanoÕ s and Malone-based, singer/pianist, Matt Bullwinkel will entertain outside the Adirondack Carousel.
Returning to Berkeley Green gazebo for the first Art Walk is the local, rock band, Ò Split Rock,Ó made up of four seasoned musicians specializing in light, danceable, classic rock-n-roll covers. The members include Steve Borst, George Viscome, Skip Outcalt and Bob Gardner. Also at Berkeley, Green will be BluSeedÕ s Artist-in-Residence, Drew Matott with Margaret Mahan, who will be leading a Peace Paper Project interactive activity. At the Adirondack ArtistsÕ Guild, visitors can see the work of featured artist, Ursula Trudeau, who is currently showing Ò New Works.Ó Other membersÕ work will also be displayed. Guild member, Diane Leifheit, will be continuing her Ò Face To FaceÓ painting project, with a portrait painting of the Pendragon TheatreÕ s Ò REDÓ actor, Tyler Nye. In addition, Guild members have an ongoing art show at Pendragon Theatre Gallery to coincide with the current theatre production of Ò RED.Ó Guild member, BurThe 16th annual Third Thursday Art Walks kick off on June 19 in Saranac Lake. dette Parks, has the lead role in the play. Also, BluSeed Studios is exhibiting the work of Italo Clemente in his show, Ò The nah Huber, through their dinner period; Mike Ò ShepÓ Shepard Media & Moods.Ó will be singing with acoustic guitar at Downhill Grill; singer/ The Saranac Lake Free Library will have two things going on. songwriter, Keith Gorgas will be playing at Eco-Living; singer/ The Cantwell Room will show paintings by Big Wolf Lake resiguitarist, Ò Barb Darring & FriendsÓ will be in front of the Library; dent, Janice Lockhart, who will be on hand for a Ò Meet the Artlocal duo, Ò Easy StreetÓ will be at Riverside Park bandshell; and istÓ reception that evening. New this year is the introduction of the WaterholeÕ s Party on the Patio will feature Lowell & Sabo of the healing arts to the Art Walk events. Massage therapist, Dan Ò LucidÓ from 6 to 10 p.m. Sullivan, will be in front of the Library with information about Other local artists, crafters, poets and authors will be scatlocal healing events and the variety of healing artists in the area. tered along the route, including photographers, Dan Hausner The NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery will continue to showcase and Colleen OÕ Neil, jewelry artists, Kerri Sue Torres and Sarah the talents of all its members and feature the current work of Humphreys and authors, Jamie Sheffield, LeeAnne Baker and both painter, Catherine Hartung, and photographer, Alice Vera, Yvona Fast. in their show, Ò Garden Party.Ó Local bluegrass/traditional musiAll musicians and artists will be outdoors unless the weather cians, Addison Bickford & Friends will liven up the gallery from dictates otherwise. For more information, contact Jill Wenner, the outside. Art Walk coordinator, at 518-637-2745, or check out the Saranac Among a large list of musicians that evening, the Left Bank LakeÕ s Third Thursday Art Walks Facebook page. CafŽ on Broadway will be hosting local accordion player, Han-
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Schoch inducted into Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame By Jon Hochschartner email@example.com
RAY BROOK Ñ Dr. Nina Schoch was recently inducted into the New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame. The New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame is an organization dedicated to honoring the sportsmen and women who have made significant contributions to conservation or preserving the heritage of outdoor sports. Dr. Schoch was recognized for her extensive research and outreach efforts focusing on the Adirondack Common Loon population. Since 1999, Dr. Schoch has coordinated many scientific studies and conservation programs to increase our understanding of, as well as public awareness about, factors threatening Adirondack loons and their habitats. Ò I am extremely honored to receive this recognition by the New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame,Ó Dr. Schoch said. Ò It is quite a thrill to know the many years we have devoted to loon conservation are appreciated by the residents and sportsmen of New York. I am also very grateful to my many collaborators and supporters who have enabled us to conduct our loon conservation efforts.Ó Dr. Schoch and her field staff are currently monitoring more than 200 color-banded loons throughout the Adirondack Park to learn about the impact of mercury pollution on the reproductive success of Adirondack loons. Other research projects include using cameras to determine factors that affect loon nesting success and geolocators to learn about the migration patterns of Adirondack loons. John Sheehan of the Adirondack Council was enthusiastic about Dr. SchochÕ s induction. Ò ThatÕ s great news and very well deserved,Ó Sheehan said. Ò Nina has been a pioneer in monitoring and improving the health of loons throughout the park. She has done most of the basic research into loon health, mercury contamination and migratory patterns.Ó Sheehan said Dr. Schoch has not only improved understanding of what hurts loons, but has also made good recommendations to the state about how to protect them. Ò Loons are very important to the park as part of the environment and a healthy ecosystem,Ó Sheehan said. Ò But theyÕ re also important to tourism. People love loons. They come here to see them. And theyÕ re really the symbol of the Adirondack wilderness.Ó Dr. Schoch has also been instrumental in developing many educational and outreach programs, including such school curricula as Science on the Fly!, and the Loon Center’s fishing line recycling program to address the increasing threat of fishing line entanglement experienced by Adirondack loons. Dr. Schoch will again be heading the Adirondack Loon Celebration this coming
Dr. Nina Schoch was recently inducted into the New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame. Outdoor writer Joe Hackett presented her with the plaque on a Ray Brook Pond. Columbus Day weekend, which will be a day of unique loonrelated events for the whole family to enjoy! The mission of Biodiversity Research Institute is to assess emerging threats to wildlife and ecosystems through collaborative research, and to use scientific findings to advance environmental awareness and inform decision makers. BRIÕ s Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation is dedicated to improving the overall health of the environment, especially air and water quality, through collaborative research and outreach focusing on the natural history of the common loon and conservation issues affecting loon populations and their aquatic habitats. To learn more about Dr. Schoch and loon conservation in the Adirondacks, contact BRIÕ s Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation at firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 749-5666 x 145, visit www.briloon.org and www.briloon.org/adkloon, or like BRIÔ s Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation on Facebook at www. facebook.com/adkloon to keep updated about BRIÕ s loon research and outreach efforts in the Adirondack Park and elsewhere in North America.
Essex Fire Dept. to sponsor fireworks
ESSEX Ñ The Essex Fire Department will sponsor their townÕ s July 4th parade and fireworks. This parade is being dedicated in honor of recently deceased Chief, David S. Lansing. It will step off from the Catholic Church at the Intersection of State Route 22 and Blockhouse Road into the Hamlet of Essex promptly at 11 a.m. Commitments have already been received from The William Nolan Post 405, Honor Guard, Willsboro, NY, Plattsburgh Police Pipes and Drum band and ShrinerÕ s Clowns. Penelope the Clown, always a crowd favorite, will be set up at her usual location in front of the Essex Ice Cream Cafe doing face painting and balloon art. A fireworks extravaganza will begin shortly after dusk on Saturday, July 5 at its usual location. For further information or to enter the parade, please call Wayne at 963-4060. Further information will be forthcoming regarding other July 4th weekend festivities in the Essex area.
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Communication is the key he San Antonio Spurs just showed every basketball fan in America that when a team comes together, they can do something
special. The Spurs did not have the marquee name player (that honor went to the Miami Heat and LeBron James, arguably the greatest player of this generation) or an inflated payroll. They had a mixture of players from different backgrounds who came together to make each other better. On the court, the team worked together. The only way this could have been accomplished is through practice, patience and communication. On a playing field or court, communication can come in verbal forms, such as calling a play or helping teammates to know their responsibilities, or in physical forms like raising an eyebrow to tell a teammate to cut to the basket or pointing to where the pass will be delivered. No matter what, communication is vital to a successful team. In the North Country, some teams and schools are facing the stress of declining enrollments equaling a lack in the number of youth needed to play middle and high school sports, especially among the schools in Section VII/Class D, which holds the lowest enrollment numbers in the region. Several schools have already consolidated athletic programs, creating the Minerva/Newcomb Mountaineers and Indian Lake/Long Lake Orange. Others have combined for individual sports, best exemplified by the Emus track and field team, a combination of Elizabethtown-Lewis, Keene, Moriah and Westport. Of late, we have reported that ELCS and Westport have started to talk about more merged sports programs. This spring, the two schools combined their modified (typically students in grades 7-9) baseball and softball programs, with one team playing games in Elizabethtown and the other in Westport. Now, the schools are looking to do the same with the modified girls and varsity boys (typically grades 10-12) soccer programs. Willsboro has just completed its fourth season of not fielding a varsity baseball team. Furthermore it was not even able to field a modified or junior varsity program (which can take students from all eligible grades depending on a physical for younger athletes), signifying what may be the unfortunate end to an entire spring sports program where a once proud ball tradition stood. This also would not be Westport’s first time down the merged team road for a sport other than track, as they combined with Keene for the two-year boys spring sports era known as Ò Beagle-ball.Ó For these schools or any others looking at the need to merge sports or, letÕ s be honest, even academic reasons, communication is going to be the key. In Schroon Lake, Athletic Director Lee Silvernail
invited the community to a public forum on the future of Wildcat athletics which took place June 17. Schroon Lake has already been affected. This spring, the school was without a modified baseball program, which meant students in seventh grade who are barred from advancing to the varsity level by the state had no chance to play organized baseball Ñ too young for varsity and too old for little league. Silvernail is giving the community the chance to shape the future of how they want their sports programs to be handled, whether it be through combined gender teams, merged teams, or only fielding a varsity or modified squad, depending on numbers. We commend Silvernail and Schroon Lake for taking this initiative. This is the way we hope all school districts approaching this topic would communicate with their parents and students as they head down a very sensitive road, no matter what the outcome of the public hearing and any further planning. If you are a school district or districts looking to merge teams and you are not having similar forums and hearings, we would strongly suggest you do so. For many of our small town communities, high school sports is something to rally behind. It designates us as Eagles, or Lions, or Eagles, or Blue Bombers, or Eagles, or Warriors, or Eagles (yes, we have noticed thereÕ s four teams locally with the same nickname). All over the area, signs have popped up at the edge of town indicating their school team won the Section VII title or made it to a state championship game. People hold on to these memories made through sports and may see the combining of two teams as cheapening those sacred reflections. They may also feel bringing two schools together will lessen their childÕ s chance of participating in high school sports since it has been ages since anyone in a Class D school has heard the word Ò cut,Ó without looking at the possibility that a merge could actually lead to an increased opportunity through the addition of a junior varsity program, giving an option of three viable teams instead of two which are somewhere between fledgling and nonexistent. This is a situation where no matter what a school or schools decide to do, someone is going to be upset that their school nickname is going away or that their kid canÕ t play school sports because there was not enough interest to field a team and no one wanted to merge. In the world of high school sports, this may very well be a no-win situation. But, one thing can lessen the impact of any and all decisions made and bring communities closer together as they face these new North Country realities, and that is communication. ÑD
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Let’s be honest
ith so much the country. riding on It starts with honest and sinour eleccere campaigns, based on facts tions these days, is it too and issues. Voters are eager to much to ask for a little learn about those who seek oftrue honesty? fice but all too often their choices Election stakes have are distorted with character asalways been high, but sassinations and bitter battles given the current world over issues that mean little to the activities and the ecolives of those who need repreDan Alexander nomic troubles at home, sentation. Thoughts from this election represents It is important to remember Behind the Pressline an opportunity to send candidates know how to win a clear message to those votes with buzz words and who govern in Washington. promises. Prior life experiences play an With the New York Primary next week important role in how effective they will be and the Vermont Primary still two full if elected. Would you want someone doing months off, we are left with four months surgery on you or a loved one just because of reputation bashing, truth twisting, mud they told you they were up to the task or slinging and everything but the honest that the other choice didnÕ t pay a parking truth about those seeking our votes. meter fine? Obviously not. Instead, you Eric CantorÕ s recent loss in the Virginia would want to know their success record in Congressional Republican Primary hope- prior surgeries and you would want every fully sends shockwaves to the two political assurance that you were in good hands, not establishments that the voters want repre- just with the surgeon, but with those assistsentatives who are focused on their needs ing him or her in your procedure. and not those of the parties. Despite CanThe actions and decisions of our elected torÕ s national party role as House Major- officials or lack thereof in the next few years ity Leader, VirginiaÕ s Republicans made it will affect your life and those of your chilclear that he was no longer an acceptable dren and grandchildren. We canÕ t afford representative for their interests. Leading to get this wrong by sending people who the Republican charge in Congress and place self interests before the interests of traveling around the nation raising money the country. I urge you to watch the debates for the party were apparently not a priority and attend candidate nights. Ask quesfor Virginia Republicans. tions so as to understand what really moCantor out spent his opponent $5.7 mil- tives these people to seek office and what lion to $230,000, and was likely instrumen- their goals in life and career are. DonÕ t be tal in elevating his opponent David BratÕ s swayed by negative campaigning without name and visibility, who said in his victory a true understanding of the facts and when speech, Ò Dollars do not vote, you (the vot- those are unavailable to you, focus on the ers) doÓ . information you do know and your comCantor commented in his concession mon sense. speech: Ò Voters donÕ t embrace novel dark LetÕ s make sure when we pull the levers horse challengers so much as they grow in the ballet booth this election year, we do increasingly dissatisfied with the perfor- so based on facts, issues and with confimance of the incumbents.Ó dence that the candidates we are selecting In recent years the country has seen little to represent us will be accountable to their leadership coming from Washington. One constituents. Our country needs dedicated scandal after another and endless bickering public servants who have a genuine interas the two parties seek to discredit the oth- est in fixing the nation’s problems and uniter. Perhaps, just perhaps, America is ready ing the country once again behind our comto stand up and say enough is enough. We mon interests. would rather clean house and start over with a new slate of leaders who will be atDan Alexander is publisher and CEO of tentive to the needs of their constituents Denton Publications. He may be reached at and seek solutions to the problems facing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Question of the Week: Do you believe there is a drug problem in the North Country?
Yes, I think there is a drug problem in Clinton County. However, I think our law enforcement is excellent at responding to the situation. However, the most alarming Ò product of choiceÓ today is meth.
IÕ m worried about heroin because itÕ s definitely a problem in Vermont, and itÕ s probably been spilling over. Heroin is the one IÕ d be nervous about. ItÕ s so cheap.
Bill Localio JAY
Is there a drug problem? Of course there is. ItÕ s been a big, potent problem for many years. The drugs have changed Ñ theyÕ re more available then they were 40 years ago.
Yes, I think there is. I hear a lot about it. ItÕ s scary I talk to my daughter about it. My son travels back and forth from the city to Ticonderoga and it worries me.
Yes! There have been two overdoses right here in town. I was a police officer in the 50’s in CT. and we didnÕ t have those problems. There were no drugs.
rank Haux BOLTON
Letters to the Editor
Thank you voters! To the Editor: I would like to thank the voters of the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District for their support during the recent school board election. I have worked with children and advocated for their educational needs for 33 years during my career in education. Your vote of confidence in my ability to serve as a board member will now allow me to continue my advocacy. As I prepare to execute my duties as a board member on July 1, I want to assure you that I will be receptive to the ideas of community members, responsive to the questions and concerns of all interested parties, and reflective upon the input of all stakeholders prior to decision making. My goal is to ensure that our children receive a quality education at a cost which is affordable to the members of our small community. Thank you again for your vote of confidence in my ability to achieve this goal. Darlene Hooper, New Russia
Kite Fest a hit
To the Editor: East Branch Friends of the Arts would like to thank all the wonderful friends, neighbors and visitors who came out on Fathers Day to fly kites and have fun in nature’s stadium at Marcy Field. This yearÕ s theme was Ò Harmony.Ó Special thanks go to the talented vocalists who entertained us throughout the day led by our own Emcee Bob Andrews. A mixed chorale sang four sets of rounds and campfire songs and a men’s ensemble did a beautiful rendition of Balm in Gilead that can be heard on EBFAÕ s Facebook page. We also want to thank the students from Keene Central School who sold kites at a brisk pace until they ran out and Rob Hastings and his Rivermede Farm crew for their hard work running a very busy food and beverage concession all day long. Not to mention Town Supervisor Bill Ferebee and his team who have helped us plan this event from the very start and the New York Kite Enthusiasts (NYKE) members who come each year with their spectacular kites, banners, bols, bubble machine and, for the first time this year, air cannon that launched candy into the air to the great delight of kids of all ages! Kite Fest 2014 was made possible, in part, by the Essex County Arts Council CAP Grant supported by the Essex County Board of Supervisors. Leslie Shipps, Keene Valley
Free helmets given away
To the Editor: Safe Kids Adirondack held its 4th annual FittinÕ Ur Noggin (F.U.N.) Ride on Friday, May 30. In one day, cyclists and volunteers traveled to five schools in Clinton County and fitted 488 children with a free bicycle helmet. In addition, SUNY Plattsburgh Campus Police Officer Robert Light visited each of the five schools to teach children how to ride their bicycle safely. It was a fast-paced yet rewarding day to give helmets to kids, knowing that many had none. There were many partners and volunteers that made this event a success this year and have helped to keep our children safe. Participating schools were Northern Adirondack Elementary, Mooers Elementary, Rouses Point Elementary, Chazy Central and Cumberland Head Elementary. We are so grateful to our sponsors: the David Reuter Free Helmet Fund, Wal-Mart, Pfizer Rouses Point, Plattsburgh Lions Club, Mountain View Pediatrics, Casella Waste Systems, Plattsburgh Rotary Club, Woodmen of the World Chapter 462, Safe Kids Worldwide, LaBarge Agency, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Light, Champlain/Rouses Point Rotary Club, Rouses Point Parent Support Group and Woodmen of the World Chapter 1016. Volunteer helmet fitters and riders for the day kept everything moving quickly and on schedule. They included Bob Light, Mitch Carriere, Michelle Senecal, Molly Flynn, Karen Prevo, Chris Carpenter, Jonathan Martin, Rich Kozak, John Nichols, Elaine Reynolds and Anthony Pilcher. We would also like to extend a thank you to the school parents and volunteers who helped fit helmets. We are so proud to be able to offer this event and owe a huge thank you to everyone who made it possible. Through outreach and education, we are saving lives and keeping kids safe. Kerry Haley and Martha Passino Co-Coordinators Safe Kids Adirondack
Smoke-and-mirrors To the Editor: Mr. FenimoreÕ s obsessive attacks on Margaret Bartley are in part a smoke-and-mirrors tactic to deflect attention from his and his brother-in-lawÕ s less-than-stellar records. Where is an honest-to-goodness fact finder when you really need one? An entity that is not vindictive and does not have an ax to grind? Answer: the NYS Comptroller’s Office. Go to osc.state.ny.us/ localgov/ to find the truth and, unfortunately, the scathing report that revealed the shenanigans that went on during Mr. FenimoreÔ s tenure on the Elizabethtown Town Board. And where was this tenacious watchdog then? Was he simply asleep at the switch, or did he encourage and condone the voodoo accounting practices that this report exposed? For instance, why were there discrepancies between the bank statement and general ledger balances ranging from $260 to $140,260? ThatÕ s right, $140,260! Why were four of seven expenditure accounts that the Comptroller reviewed over-expended? Why did capital project balances vary significantly between accounting records, bank balances and the TownÕ s annual report? Financial reports provided to the Board by Mr. FenimoreÕ s brother-in-law did not accurately reflect actual financial activity which limited the Board’s ability to make informed financial decisions. Why, instead of transferring appropriations from accounts where funding provided in the budget was not needed into accounts that were in danger of being over expended, they inappropriately transferred expenditures from over-expended accounts to accounts with appropriations remaining in order to keep expenditures in individual accounts under the budgeted figures? Why were internal controls over the TownÕ s fuel inventory and usage not appropriately designed to adequately safeguard the TownÕ s fuel? And, these Ò discrepencies,Ó unfortunately, are only the tip of the iceberg. But, have you noticed? We havenÕ t heard a peep out of Mr. Fenimore regarding any of these activities, and I would wager a bet you wonÔ t. It took a good part of Ms. Bartley’s first term in office, with the assistance of her clerk and an outside financial expert, to unscramble and straighten out the mess that was the Town’s financial records. So until Mr. Fenimore does some explaining as to the ComptrollerÕ s charges, and until he is able to get his facts straight, he is fooling no one with his hypocritical and meanspirited stone throwing at Ms. Bartley. Evelyn Hatch, Former Elizabethtown Town Board and Planning Board Member
Editorial hits the mark To the Editor: Mr. Alexander, in his passionate request for Mr. Rove to Ò please butt outÓ of the 21st Congressional District race, expresses what many Americans think about the involvement of super PACÕ s in our political system. My only hope is that as we approach the November election, he expresses the same outrage when and if the Koch brothers move in with their Ò ruthless attacksÓ against Aaron Wolf, the Democratic candidate. WeÕ ll be watching. Susan Forrest, North River
Piano by Nature
To the Editor: I want to thank everyone who contributed in making the weekend Piano By Nature fundraising event a success. It really does take a village to make things happen- and in our case, people from several Ô villagesÕ ! IÕ d like to especially thank our wonderful and supportive audiences, The Crary Foundation, Jim Kinley, Mary Bell, Liz Rapalee, The Meter Maids (Carole Harsh, Cherie LaDuke, Jennifer Scofield and Carla Brassard), The Kiwanis Club (and particularly Ô rain-manÕ Kevin Hall and his crew of tent setter-uppers), Peggy Staats, Dan Linder, the Piano by Nature board (Nancy Fink, Carole Harsh, Barbara Lewis, Kevin Cooper, David Lartaud, Rob DeMuro, William Pfaff, and Jennifer Moore), ErnieÕ s, Essex County Printing- Lori Hall, the Valley News (Keith Lobdell and Pete De-
Mola), Press-Republican (Suzanne Moore, Robin Caudell), Lake Champlain Weekly, Bejamin Pomerance, Willex, Helen DeChant, Colin Wells, Kathy Recchia, and everyone who has helped us to get the word out about our concerts all season long. We are so grateful and pleased to be able to continue bringing high-quality live music to the North Country year round! Thank you all. Rose Chancler Feinbloom, Artistic Director, Piano by Nature
Wilmington improving To the Editor: In recent years, Wilmington has been developing its recreational assets to make our community more attractive for residents, visitors and businesses. Our town parks have seen improvements ranging from new beach facilities and kayak rentals to a world-class mountain biking skills track to state-of-the-art skateboard ramps. State forest preserve lands around our community have new snowmobile trails, top-notch mountain biking trails and scenic hiking trails. The Ausable River continues to be one of our most valuable recreational assets. This time of year, seeing anglers with their fly-rods around town is as common as seeing snowboarders and skiers in winter. The town just co-hosted with Team Placid Planet a cycling event that draws people from the Northeast and Canada, and is gearing up for the fourth annual Wilmington Whiteface Bike Fest Weekend, June 20-22. The weekend will include a Ò jump jamÓ with the Krushers BMX Stunt Team, a party at the beach with live music and local vendors, and two grueling racesÑ the infamous uphill pedal to the castle on Whiteface Mountain, and the 100-kilometer mountain biking odyssey to Elizabethtown and back. (The latter is tough enough to qualify some finishers for ColoradoÕ s gritty Leadville 100 bike race.) One of the newest improvements around town is the installation of signs to help people find our recreational gems, thanks in large part to grants through New York Department of State and the Essex County Public Health Creating Healthy Places program. Also thanks to an Essex County grant, we will offer a new mountain biking shuttle service this year, dropping riders off at the start of the locally named Ò Poor ManÕ s Downhill,Ó a 3-mile, 1,200-foot descent, screamer of a ride that follows a state snowmobile trail. There is more work to do and while we face many of the same challenges as other rural areas, the momentum is positive and the town is grateful for state and county grant funds, the support of the Whiteface Region Visitor’s Bureau, Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism, ORDA and Whiteface Mountain, NYSDEC, Barkeater Trails Alliance (BETA), citizen volunteers, as well as others helping to promote WilmingtonÕ s recreational assets. WeÕ re looking forward to a busy summer! Randy Preston Supervisor, Town of Wilmington
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News Briefs Computer classes offered
LAKE PLACID Ñ Computer classes on Microsoft Windows 8.1 and how to stream from your iPad, iPhone and TV will be offered at the Lake Placid Public Library on Wednesday, June 25. Windows 8.1 an update of Windows 8 will be taught by Chris Lawrence from 10 a.m. to noon. Cnet has called 8.1 Ò a series of generally positive tweaks and updates to MicrosoftÕ s forwardthinking OS, and a clear attempt to change the tenor of the conversation about Windows 8.Ó The afternoon class from 12 to 2 p.m. called a Ò Jam SessionÓ by Mr. Lawrence, will demonstrate some of todayÕ s streaming services using iPad, iPhone and a TV. If time permits there will be discussion on other software or technology about which people may have questions. Both classes are free and there are no residency or library membership requirements. To enroll call 523.3200.
“Red” opened at Pendragon
LAKE PLACID Ñ Ò REDÓ opened at Pendragon Theatre on June 12 with much success. Our own Burdette Parks has the lead role as abstract painter Mark Rothko. The 2 man show also stars Tyler Nye and takes place in RothkoÕ s New York studio in the late 50Õ s.
In addition to being a sponsor of the production of this 2010 Tony Award Winner, Adirondack Artists Guild members have assembled an exhibit entitled Ò Adirondack Interpretations of REDÓ in the theater lobby. With a couple exceptions, most of our members do not work as abstractly as Rothko did, but we all found ways to focus on the color red and pull some abstract concepts into our work. The play has additional performances June 14, 20-23 & 26-28, July 2, 3 & 5. To make reservations: 518-8911854; $22 ahead, $25 at the door. Our exhibit will have a reception on Friday June 20 from 5 7. Please join us and yes - there is a performance of Ò REDÓ that evening too.
Third Thursday Art Walks slated
SARANAC LAKE Ñ Saranac LakeÕ s Third Thursday Art Walks begin on Thursday, June 19 in downtown Saranac Lake. The event, running for the 16th year, sees village, downtown businesses, nonprofits and galleries hosting the talents of regional and local artists and musicians of various genres from 5:00 to 7:30pm. Beginning a self-guided tour
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through downtown Saranac Lake, Art Walkers can go to any participating venue, pick up a map/schedule and experience the work of established artists and emerging talents from all over the North Country. One can start the Walk at any of the 30+ venues, each marked with a festive balloon. All musicians and artists will be outdoors unless the weather dictates otherwise. For more information and the complete schedule of events, contact Jill Wenner, Art Walk Coordinator, at 518-637-2745, or check out the Saranac LakeÕ s Third Thursday Art Walks Facebook page.
Patriotic art show offered
SARANAC LAKE Ñ In her show Ò Celebrating Old GloryÓ at NorthWind Fine Arts gallery, member Heidi Gutersloh captures our flag proudly displayed in various local scenes, done in pen and ink with a touch of red and blue watercolor highlighting Ò Old Glory.Ó An avid oil painter for years, she takes on a medium she once tackled in high school, using it to capture and embrace our national symbol. Please join her, and meet all members of the gallery at a reception July 4th from 5 to 7 p.m. at 11 Woodruff Street, Saranac Lake.
water rescue.Ó Streiff said the trainees’ existing skills ranged from proficient to expert, in which Ò everyone has a basic level of swift water awareness at least,Ó Streiff said. Ò And we have some technicians among us.Ó The training focused on paddling techniques, self rescue, swimming in swift water and the use of throw bags. Throw bags are Ò something that every ranger carries and many emergency responders,Ó Streiff said. Ò ThatÕ s nothing but a rope and a bag that you can throw out into the water when you canÕ t reach someone to effect the rescue.Ó Bruce Lomnitzer, a forest ranger from Indian Lake and Hudson River Gorge, who was at the training, is enthusiastic about his job. Ò My personal opinion is that IÕ m on everybody elseÕ s vacation,Ó Lomnitzer said. Ò I get to go rafting, white water kayaking, mountain biking [and] ATVing. IÕ m on the helicopter crew, so I do hoist operations and everything like that. I also do caving. IÕ ve got one of the nicest and most pristine caves in Hamilton County, Eagle Cave. [ItÕ s a] beautiful cave, but itÕ s a little technical. It keeps me busy.Ó Lomnitzer said the main motivation behind the training was to get rangers used to inflatable kayaks, which had
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Adirondack Maple Syrup Company, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 4/23/2014 Office Location: Essex County. The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC at: PO Box 123, Essex, N.Y. 12936. Purpose: To engage in any lawful act or activity. VN-6/21-7/26/20146TC-50574
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REPLACEMENT WINDOWS $189 INSTALLED. White double hung, tilt-in. $50.00 rebate on all Energy Star Windows. Lifetime Warranty. Credit cards accepted. Call Rich @ 1-866-272-7533
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For all your local sewer systems, foundations, driveways etc. Call Bill Thwaits at 518-834-5556
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (1) The name of the Limited Liability Company is ADIRONDACK MOBILE SHREDDING, LLC (2) The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State was April 1, 2014 (3) The County in New York in which the office of the Company is located is Essex County. (4) The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the Company upon which process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the Company served upon it to 50 Hemlock Drive, Schroon Lake, NY 12870. (5) The Limited Liability Company is formed for any lawful business purpose or purposes. Dennis J. Tarantino,
BUILDING AND LOT in Moriah 1.3+ acres, paved driveway, town water and sewer. Can be used for residential and/or commercial, Asking $45,000. 518-546-3568
FIREWOOD Outdoor Wood Furnace Central Boiler #5036, built in 2006, good condition, $4500. 518-327-5359
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (1) The name of the Limited Liability Company is ADIRONDACK MOBILE SHREDDING, LLC (2) The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State was April 1, 2014 (3) The County in New York in which the office of the Company is located is Essex County. (4) The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the Company upon which process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the Company served upon it to 50 Hemlock Drive, Schroon Lake, NY 12870. (5) The Limited Liability Company is formed for any lawful business purpose or purposes. Dennis J. Tarantino, Esq. Kenneally & Tarantino (518) 792-6516 VN-5/17-6/21/20146TC-46917 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Last Daze, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on April 23, 2014. Office location: Essex County . The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC at PO Box 85, Bloomingdale, NY 12913. Purpose: To engage in any lawful act or activity. VN-6/14-7/19/2014-
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Last Daze, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on April 23, 2014. Office location: Essex County . The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC at PO Box 85, Bloomingdale, NY 12913. Purpose: To engage in any lawful act or activity. VN-6/14-7/19/20146TC-49776 ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION OF MK SWEETS, LLC Under Section 203 of the Limited Liability company that: FIRST: The name of the limited liability company is: MK Sweets, LLC SECOND: The county, within this state is designated as agent of the office of the limited liability company is to be located is Essex. THIRD: The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the limited liability company served
Essex DATE 5/19/2014 5/19/2014 5/19/2014 5/19/2014 5/21/2014 5/22/2014 5/22/2014 5/23/2014 5/27/2014 5/27/2014 5/28/2014 5/28/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/29/2014 5/30/2014 5/30/2014 5/30/2014
GRANTOR James and Mary Ann Goff Carl and Joanne Jensen ARTICLES OF ORGANIFred and Jean Scalise ZATION OF MK Terrence and Cathleen Geil Braun Steven SWEETS, LLC Section 203 of Diane Feldman Under et al. Enid Catanach and Allen Holmes theWilliam Limited Liability Charles Duffy company that: Richard Hahl FIRST: The name of the Harrison Uhl limited Steven and Denise Fuller liability company is:Pratt MK Sweets, LLC Roger and Sheryl J & J EnterprisesSECOND: The county, Janet Walls Living Trust this state is deswithin Hannelore and Dieter Requadt ignated as agent of the Tomhannock LLC office of the limited liaRichard Schlesinger bility company is to be Jacob Reiss located is Essex. Harold and Stephanie Towne Joan Darling THIRD: The Secretary of Philip and BetsyState Moore is designated as Malcolm and Judyth Martin agent of the limited liaAndrew, Margaret and Timothy Albright upon bility company County of Essex
GRANTEE Jervis Richard Harpreet and Kristin Sangha Jeffrey and Cheryl Subra David Davin Nucompass Mobility Services INC David and Deborah Doherty Denise Plano 1016 Saranac Properties Howard Taylor Michael and Genevieve Griffin Mindy Sussdorff Charles Manfred Placid Dreams LLC George and Marguerite Banks Charles Updike Barry Trigony Edward and Ellen Flink Desiree Kathleen St. Amand Thomas and Leasa Gowett William and Patricia Christian Jeremy McCallister Krista Shultz Andrew and Beth Greene Albright George Moore
LOCATION Chesterfield North Elba Schroon Schroon Ticonderoga Schroon Elizabethtown St. Armand Schroon Westport Chesterfield Moriah North Elba Elizabethtown Westport Ticonderoga North Elba North Elba Ticonderoga Schroon Chesterfield Lewis North Elba North Hudson
PRICE $75,000 $315,000 $112,000 $253,500 $165,000 $135,000 $214,000 $30,000 $714,000 $1,127,670
$45,000 $100,000 $276,800 $24,000 $100,000 $25,000 $720,000 $65,000 $22,000 $20,000 $60,000 $239,500 $163,334 $7,500
whom process against it may be served.John The&Clinton ad6/5/14 Robert & Virginia McCormick Jeannette Palmeteer Peru $100,000 dress within orCollette without 6/5/14 Peter & Cindy Carpenter & Jeremy Mayer C/Plattsburgh $121,000 this state to which 6/5/14 Mark & Pamela Cayea Kevin the & Lorry Sheasgreen Dannemora $30,000 Secretary 6/6/14 Kathy Bulriss & John Dodge of State Rogershall Hutti Peru $80,250 mail a copy of any pro6/6/14 Paul & Carol Rock Robert & Rebecca Sterling Chazy $25,000 cess against the limitedFlaherty 6/6/14 Daniel & Valerie Tobbe Michael Peru $210,000 ARTICLES OF ORGANI- liability company served 6/6/14 Dawn Ashline, Dawn Tarasziewicz Thomas & Katherine Friedrich C/Plattsburgh $109,000 ZATION OF MK upon him or her is: MK 6/6/14 Matthew Douthat, Chad Rix LLC, 121 PNCA Bank Plattsburgh $96,300 Sweets, ReSWEETS, LLC 6/6/14 Luc Desharnais Walter NJ Lakomy III, Jamy Peru $247,000 NOTICE OF Murphy FORMATION Under Section 203 of ich Ave., Mahwah, 6/6/14 MauriceLiability & Judith Landry Wayne & Kristina Beekmantown $22,600 FIRE THE WILLSBORO 07430 OF AEvans DOMESTIC LIMITthe Limited 6/6/14 that: Susan Barrett, Susan Arno Seney ED LIABILITY COMPANY Chazy DISTRICT$30,000 FOURTH: The Justin existence is accepting company 6/9/14The David Fortuin & Cindy(LLC) Carpenter C/Plattsburgh of the limitedPeter liability bids for a$100,500 new 1500 galFIRST: name of the Name: Mountain Goats Fire Truck 6/9/14 liability Cynthia Alger, et.al.company shallDanabegin & Michelle Baughn Mooers lon Pump $96,068 limited company Or- with a 1000 is:6/9/14 MK Sweets, LLCBruno upon filing of these ton CusMatthew Scott ArtiHite LLC. The Articles of C/Plattsburgh $110,000 cles of Organization with America ganization SECOND: The Inc county, tomer Pumper with a 6 6/9/14 Battat BFG North Corp were filed Plattsburgh $2,200,000 Department Troy of State. of man cab.$74,500 within state &is Marilynn des- the Contact Wills6/9/14thisRobert O’Neill Coughlinwith the SecretaryChamplain read Rodriguez State of New York ignated agent JoofStaley the I certify that I have boro Fire District for 6/9/14 asBobbie Armando Dannemora $21,000 the above statements, I (SSNY) on June 4, 2014. office of the 6/10/14 Johnlimited KanozaliaBrenna Lancto Peru specifications $171,500 Bob Office location: Essex Provost 518-963-7952. bility company is to be am authorized to sign 6/10/14 Wayne & E Sue Carter Pellerin, TrishaSSNY Hanson C/Plattsburgh $151,900 County. is desigSealed bids must be rethese Articles ofMorgan Organilocated is Essex. 6/10/14 Bobbie Jo Staley Brian Thew Dannemora nated as agent of the ceived by$53,500 June 30, 2014 THIRD: The Secretary of zation, that the above 6/10/14 & Christopher Laurin are Jonathan $168,260 LLC upon whom Plattsburgh pro- to the Willsboro Fire Disstatements true andBailey State is Nicole designated as 6/11/14 James & Mary US Bank be trict P.O. $144,212 Box 786 Willscorrect to the best of myNA cess against it maySaranac agent of the limited lia-Laduke 6/11/14company Brenna Lancto Nicholas served.Godin SSNY shall Peru mail boro, New$118,500 York 12996. knowledge and belief& Danielle bility upon 6/11/14 Carol against Laidmanit Dentona copy of processSchuyler FallsWillsboro $125,900 to The Fire Disand that my Genie signature whom process trict reserves the right to may be served. The ad- typed below consitutes Mountain Goats LLC, c/o Flink Smith Law LLC, accept or reject any and my signature. dress within or without Melissa Steinberg, Orga- 449 New Karner Road, all bids. this state to which the Albany, New York Jean Gay Secretary of State shall nizer 12205. Purpose: Any Secretary mail a copy of any pro- 121 A Reich Ave. lawful purpose. Mahwah, NJ 07430 Willsboro Fire District cess against the limited VN-6/21-7/26/2014TT-6/14-7/19/2014-6TCVN-6/21/2014-1TCliability company served 6TC-50937 50648 upon him or her is: MK 50386 Sweets, LLC, 121 A Reich Ave., Mahwah, NJ 07430 FOURTH: The existence NOTICE OF FORMATION of the limited liability OF A DOMESTIC LIMIT- THE WILLSBORO FIRE company shall begin ED LIABILITY COMPANY DISTRICT is accepting TOWN OF LEWIS Town upon filing of these Arti- (LLC) bids for a new 1500 gal- Board will be holding a cles of Organization with Name: Mountain Goats lon Pump Fire Truck public hearing on the the Department of State. LLC. The Articles of Or- with a 1000 ton Cus- draft Comprehensive I certify that I have read ganization were filed tomer Pumper with a 6 Plan on July 15th at the above statements, I with the Secretary of man cab. Contact Wills- 6:30 at the Lewis Town am authorized to sign State of New York boro Fire District for Hall for the purpose of these Articles of Organi- (SSNY) on June 4, 2014. specifications Bob eliciting responses for or zation, that the above Office location: Essex Provost 518-963-7952. against the draft plan. statements are true and County. SSNY is desig- Sealed bids must be re- Copies of the plan may correct to the best of my nated as agent of the ceived by June 30, 2014 be obtained at the Lewis knowledge and belief LLC upon whom pro- to the Willsboro Fire Dis- Town Hall between the and that my signature cess against it may be trict P.O. Box 786 Wills- hours of 8AM to 4PM typed below consitutes served. SSNY shall mail boro, New York 12996. Monday through Friday. my signature. a copy of process to The Willsboro Fire Dis- David H. Blades Melissa Steinberg, Orga- Mountain Goats LLC, c/o trict reserves the right to Supervisor nizer Flink Smith Law LLC, accept or reject any and VN-6/21/2014-1TC121 A Reich Ave. 449 New Karner Road, all bids. 50938 Mahwah, NJ 07430 Jean Gay Albany, New York TT-6/14-7/19/2014-6TCSecretary 12205. Purpose: Any 50386 lawful purpose. Willsboro Fire District VN-6/21-7/26/2014VN-6/21/2014-1TC-
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