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Yee-haw! State rolls out Frontier Town campground Stakeholders see campgrounds as rebirth By Pete DeMola EDITOR

NORTH HUDSON | Can we get a yee-haw? The first phase of the multi-year project to build a new state-run campground at the former Frontier Town theme park has been completed. Dignitaries gathered Thursday at the campgrounds, located 100 miles north of Albany, to celebrate the opening of the day use, equestrian and campground portions of the effort. “I’m not aware of anything like this in New York state,” state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos told dignitaries assembled before a misty mountain landscape ringed with fall foliage nearing peak levels. The mood was festive. As jaunty country-western music tinkled overhead, cowboy hat-wearing attendees donned pins resembling the tin badges sold at the former Wild West-themed destination, which was shuttered in 1998, portending dark times for the community located off Exit 29 on the Adirondack Northway.

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KEESEVILLE |The official launch of six Adirondack Cuisine Trails happened beside a braying herd of Devon cattle at Mace Chasm Farm. An October sun

The six Adirondack Cuisine Trails incorporate about 86 farms, farm producers, breweries, orchards and other agricultural businesses across three counties in northern New York. Photo by Kim Dedam

poured over their verdant field as a farmhand moved them toward fresh pasture. “Welcome to our farm!” Mace Chasm Farm proprietor and butcher Asa ThomasTrain said in opening the formal event. Thomas-Train and partner Courtney GrimesSutton raise cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens and turkeys on their farmland just west of Lake Champlain, producing meats, sausage and charcuterie items from their butcher shop. » Cuisine trails Cont. on pg. 5

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Lakeside School growth plans for purchase of Black Kettle Farm Increased enrollment, new families, added tuition support move school toward sustainable future By Kim Dedam STA FF W RITER

ESSEX | Expansion at Lakeside School comes with each family’s step to a new grade level. As a community, they are also preparing to purchase the Black Kettle Farm and surrounding land. School Administrator Maeve Taylor said the school enrolled 39 students and another 10 children in the parent-toddler program. It was an exciting start this fall. “This year we’ve been able to increase our tuition assistance,” she said of sustained growth that supports both the region and Lakeside goals.

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“We have a total amount at $20,500 for our families, making it possible for more children to enroll.” Lakeside School also added a third teacher for the Sprouts Early Childhood Daycare program to help provide for the youngest children. “Our new teacher is Courtney Marvin. Courtney has time in her day to prepare wonderful things, right now she is making pasta sauce and homemade pasta,” Taylor told The Sun. “And with a grant from the Adirondack Foundation through Generous Acts, we have been able to purchase food from local farms, adding local organic vegetables and other items to our menu.” Growth at Lakeside has reached areas beyond the small Adirondack farmland. Four families so far have relocated so children could attend Lakeside’s Waldorfbased programs. One moved here from Montana, two came here from New York City, one came from Florida, and another family, from Rochester, will be visiting soon, Taylor said. “It’s really wonderful. We’re growing our community and attracting people to our area.” Program expansion is helping, with an eye on exploration and science. Longtime Lakeside Kindergarten and outdoor educator Gregg VanDeusen is also teaching a block with elementary level grades 1,2 and 3, Taylor said. As an outdoor class, it provides the for learning the very foundations of science through nature. With feet on the ground, the school is taking measured paces toward long-term sustainability with plans to purchase the buildings and property at Black Kettle Farm. Lakeside has leased the facilities and grounds for 10 years for one dollar a year through a generous agreement with the Eddy Foundation. “But with promising trends for continued growth and increased recognition for the school’s unique, outdoor-focused education,

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the Lakeside board, faculty and community have decided to solidify their connection to the land and launch a major capital campaign to purchase the Black Kettle property including buildings, barns, farm fields, gardens, and orchards,” the school’s board announced in a recent news release. “It’s exciting to think we’re within reach of laying the foundation for a school that will be part of our community for generations,” School Board President Carolyn Sicher said. The Eddy Foundation and the Lakeside’s board have agreed on a purchase price of $260,000, the release said. The campaign is working to raise $500,000 to ensure a substantial reserve for capital improvements and maintenance. “We’ve already raised $220,000 from friends, parents, grandparents, and community members, with more pledges already on the way,” Sicher said. Among committed funds is a $25,000 grant from the Cloudsplitter Foundation. Looking beyond the buildings and grounds, Lakeside is also looking to add 143 acres of Wild Forest that the Eddy Foundation would maintain as a wildlife preservation with longterm use agreement Lakeside School programs. “This amazing site has become a part of who we are and shaped our school programs

over the last decade,” Taylor said. “The farm has laid the foundation for our outdoor programs which have brought us national recognition.” Asked if expansion might include more school buildings for classrooms, Taylor told The Sun the board and families are developing a master plan now. “Should we add a fourth and fifth grade? Or should we add an even larger daycare program with even more teachers?” Taylor said of some options being considered. “We will be sending a survey to our community soon.” Drawing from the surrounding farm fields and forest for Waldorf-based programs, Lakeside School “cultivates the whole child in an evolving ecosystem of independent thinking, community spirit, and stewardship of our natural world,” Taylor said. “The school sees the capital campaign to purchase Black Kettle Farm as an opportunity for the surrounding community to invest in the nurturing of its most precious resource – the lives of its children.” To learn more about the Capital Campaign visit: lakesideschoolinessex.org/capitalcampaign Or call Lakeside School Administrator Maeve Taylor at 518-963-7385. ■

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The hunters noticed an injured cow nearby, which was later dispatched. While the DEC is awaiting the formal results of a field assessment, staff speculated the cow’s broken shoulder was caused by the bull in an aggressive attempt to mate. The state agency said re-establishment of the moose population in New York, including clusters in northern and northwestern part of the state, is generally viewed as a positive sign of a “healthier, more complete natural system.” “That’s really attributed to where we have big conservation easements with active forestry,” Jensen said. Young regenerating forest and wetlands provide a large volume of foodstuffs, he said. “It’s really good browse that’s highly nutritious and within their reach,” he said. There have been no fatalities since the DEC began keep tracking of moose-vehicle collisions in 1990. A total of nine moose were killed in collisions in 2017. The high was in 2016, when 22 were killed: 11 by collisions, and 11 due to unknown causes. Moose are most active at dawn and dusk, times of poor visibility. “When struck, their height often causes them to impact the windshield of a car or pickup truck, not just the front of the vehicle,” said the DEC. Motorists are advised to reduce speed and use flashers or a headlight signal to warn other drivers when moose are spotted near the road. ■

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CLINTONVILLE United Methodist: Rt. 9N. 518-834-5083. Sunday, 11 a.m. Worship Service. Pastor Rev. Joyce Bruce.

ELIZABETHTOWN Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal): 10 Williams Street. 518-873-

JAY First Baptist Church of Jay: Andy Kane, ESSEX speaker. Wednesday Prayer Service 6:30 p.m. Essex Community United Methodist Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Church: Corner of Rt. 22 and Main St. KEENE 518-963-7766. Peggy Staats Pastor, Sunday Keene Valley Congregational Worship - 10:15 AM, Sunday School - 10:15 AM. Church: Main Street. 518-576-4711. Sunday essexcommunitychurchny.org

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Rt. 9, 518-834-7100. Rev. Kris Lauzon, Pastor; Deacon John Lucero; Mass: Sunday 11:15 a.m. Confessions: Sunday after Mass. Independent Baptist Church: Rte. 22 & Interstate 87, P.O. Box 506, 518-834-9620. Sunday School 10:00 a.m., Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m., Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting & Bible Study - Wednesday 7 p.m.; Youth Group Sunday 6 p.m. Website: ibck.org Email: oneillr@ibck.org Front Street, 518-834-7577. Rev. Edith Poland. Sunday School 11:00 a.m.; Worship 11 a.m. 518834-7577. Email: ediepoland@aol.com

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The Adirondack Cuisine Trail network, Ball said, “helps tie together the smallest villages ... and the city of Plattsburgh. The trails can grow and we can take this (collaboration) beyond our borders.” All six new trails are in Essex, Franklin and Clinton counties and encompass some 86 farms, food producers, sugar-makers, orchards, distilleries and vintners. Trail names are: Champ’s Cuisine Trail; North Country Cuisine Trail; Champlain Valley Cuisines Trail; Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail; AuSable Valley Cuisine Trail and the Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail. Assemblyman D. Billy Jones, from Chateaugay, said the Mace Chasm Farm backdrop felt right at home. “I grew up on a farm,” he said. “What a wonderful way to introduce to the rest of the world, to the rest of New York, what we have here.”

“We’re excited for local food to become part of the Adirondacks that people love so well,” Thomas-Train said. The herd of about 20 cattle mooed loudly in apparent approval of the fanfare. Last Friday marked a milestone after nearly three years of planning spearheaded by Jay White, vice president of the Cornell Cooperative Extension, who formed the Adirondack Cuisine Trail Association, a non-profit trade association. “Today is very exciting,” White said. Pointing to the farmland, he added, “this is an amazing example of what the North Country has to offer.” The Adirondack Park is world-renowned, White said. “And there is the need to tell the story in a different way. Asa and Courtney’s story is just one among many.” White called the milestone start to Adirondack Cuisine Trails “a culmination of local ingenuity” blended with innovation of Cornell Cooperative Extension and Adirondack Harvest and the dedication of Gov. Andrew Cuomo to the upstate economy. With these trails, White said, agricultural communities gain valuable opportunities to create a more sustainable economy. “Farmers and producers have been given a better chance to tell their stories and sell their products.” A core group from each of six Adirondack trails will develop signage and continue to promote and administer a trail to encourage growing agri-tourism industry here. The six new Cuisine Trail systems doubles the number now open in New York state. The launch brought dignitaries from Albany to area farms last Friday, including state Agriculture and Markets Commissioner Richard A. Ball. Agri-tourism, Ball said, draws interest from people who want to not only see and experience Adirondack adventure, but also taste and try local foods, brews and flavors. The Adirondack Cuisine Trail system, he said, celebrates a North Country heritage, promoting the hard work of local farmers.

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Ag & Markets and I Love NY are working with the state Department of Transportation to promote the Cuisine Trail System. DOT is tasked with sighting locations for signage, permitting the signs and ensuring the Cuisine Trails are easy to follow. The integrated approach to opening the Adirondack Cuisine Trails is also looking to expand into joint trail promotions with Circuit du Paysan in Quebec and with cuisine trails in Vermont. Farmers and tourism officials seem ready to build an international loop for farm and food exploration around the entirety of Lake Champlain. Building for 20 years now, Quebec’s Circuit du Paysan inspired the Cuisine Trails in the Adirondacks, White said. “Things just seem to work better when we work together, don’t they?” Ball said. At Adirondack Harvest, Davis said they are working with White and the Cuisine Trail Association to assess their role in branding the trail network. ■ — This story has been abridged for print. To read this story in its entirety, visit suncommunitynews.com.

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Life in the The Sun Editorial middle Lack of debates a disservice to voters — again Perhaps because I am a middle child, but I always found the path in the middle very comfortable. By Dan Alexander The pressure of • PUBLISHER • being the oldest where much is expected and the pampering provided to the youngest who received everything on a platter never seemed all that fair when I was younger. But as an adult, I realized being the middle child provided me with the independence and the ability to see the pros and cons of my big brother on my right and little sister on my left. Perhaps that’s why I am a strong advocate of the balanced, independent approach to most things. After watching the hysteria caused last week by the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, it seems clear to me that neither the right nor the left will ever be satisfied. It’s either all or nothing, which leads to nothing but constant turmoil. The Democrats were determined to right the wrong when President Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland, and he was refused a hearing or a vote by the Republican-led Senate in 2016. Resurrecting a remark made by Sen. Joe Biden back in the 1990s that no Supreme Court nominee should be considered in a year when a new president will be seated allowing the electorate to have a say in the nomination choice. With both serving on the DC Court of Appeals, Judge Garland joined 27 out of 28 opinions written by Judge Kavanaugh, while Judge Kavanaugh joined 28 out of 30 of Judge Garland’s rulings. The point is neither side wins when they refuse to work together. Even though Justice Kavanaugh has now been confirmed, the Democrats will go to any extent to delegitimize his position with the hope of eventually removing him from the court. Sooner or later, perhaps even in the upcoming midterm elections held in November, the Democrats will once again gain a majority where they will seek to undo what the Republicans have been undoing in the last two years since they took control. As a nation facing even greater political turmoil in the days ahead, we can’t maintain this nuclear environment. We’ll accomplish far more if the parties find a way to unite the country in the middle and seek an equal balance that is fair to all concerned. ■

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Just four weeks before Election Day, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not yet agreed to debate his challengers. The decision is a throwback to 2014, when Cuomo agreed to just one debate with his opponents. But a lot has happened since then to alter the state and federal landscape. We’ve seen the arrest and conviction of scores of legislative leaders and former Cuomo aides on corruption charges. The governor’s fl agship economic development programs continue to be shrouded in scandal and are delivering questionable results despite pumping billions into the local economy. Cuomo likes to tout his record on job creation — “New York state today has more private sector jobs than it has had in the history of the state,” he told business leaders in Bolton Landing last month — but the true picture upstate is far murkier. While net total job growth numbers are steady for the Empire State as a whole, most of these new jobs are created in the five boroughs. Once surrounding counties like Suffolk and Westchester are factored in, the number reaches 90 percent of all new jobs statewide, according to a report issued by the state Comptroller’s Office last year.

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Stefanik’s smear campaign nonfactual

To the Editor: On Nov. 6, voters must think carefully about which candidate will best represent each one of us in New York’s 21st Congressional District. Why are Rep. Elise Stefanik and her party’s associated PACs hiding behind twisted negative television ads that misrepresent her opponent? The tone and falsehoods depicted in these ads make me question her leadership abilities and judgment. The Post Star and other media outlets have researched and revealed numerous factual errors in these ads. Why does Stefanik, as an incumbent, think that running such a negative campaign is important to her reelection? Simply put, I am not impressed at all with her choices of campaign leadership via deceit and malice. I believe the best candidate will bring a sense of moral values and

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Meanwhile, upstate job creation has stalled at .03 percent annually. Amid this grim backdrop, our state continues to hemorrhage residents and our public schools are at their lowest enrollment levels in 30 years. And no, governor: This exodus isn’t because of the weather. The above landscape is unfolding as Cuomo, a Democrat, increasingly positions the state as a bulwark against Trump administration policies. Should New York be the homebase of the resistance? Is this really in the best of interest of all New Yorkers? Perhaps Cuomo can effectively tackle state issues at the same time he grows increasingly comfortable lobbing bombs and taking on President Trump on the national stage. But doesn’t it at least warrant a public discussion? A public debate takes on additional salience as the fate of the GOP-controlled state Senate hinges on just one seat. A Democratic takeover could drastically reshape politics in New York, and voters deserve to know how Cuomo would navigate such an altered landscape and what policies four more years of a Cuomo Administration working in tandem with a blue state legislature may portend.

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To the Editor: Th is letter is in response to several statements in The Sun’s editorial entitled “Cobb’s problems deeper than fundraising woes.” The editorial correctly points out that Tedra Cobb has raised far less than the incumbent, Rep. Elise Stefanik. A relevant fact not mentioned is that according to an earlier piece in the Sun dated July 16, 2018, Cobb has “garnered far more support than Stefanik within the Empire State.” Cobb’s financing is coming in major part from her district, not from outside, which is the case with Stefanik. The editorial also states that Cobb “has declined to offer her own policy solutions” and relies on “core values over concrete ideas.” Actually, she has expressed policies on a variety of issues.

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Cuomo faces Republican Marc Molinaro, Green Party nominee Howie Hawkins, Libertarian Larry Sharpe and independent candidate Stephanie Miner on Nov. 6. He should debate them. We’ve spoken with most of these candidates over the past several weeks, and we think voters would benefit from a series of televised exchanges so they can share their vision with voters statewide. Of course, Cuomo squared off with Democratic primary opponent Cynthia Nixon in August, but the hour-long event was roundly criticized for skating over upstate issues in favor of New York City-centric issues and petty squabbling. Polls show Cuomo has opened up a sizable lead over Molinaro, who contended he is ducking a showdown. The other candidates have issued similar criticisms. Of course, the governor is also well ahead of his four opponents in fundraising. As such, he has little reason to subject himself to broadsides by his foes. But Nov. 6 is ultimately a job performance review, not a coronation, and Cuomo should publicly defend his record — especially as he eyes brighter pastures. — The Sun Editorial Board ■

Let’s take just two issues as examples. On veterans and their problems of reintegration into the economy, she calls for programs to train vets for specific trades and professions. She also supports expanding mentoring and counseling services to support vets during the transition to civilian life. And she advocates letting military spouses carry licenses and certifications across state lines to facilitate their employment. With respect to health care, Stefanik voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act. In a sharp policy contrast, Cobb supports comprehensive health insurance for U.S. residents. She stresses that this benefits not only a large number of residents in New York’s 21st Congressional District, but that it is vitally important for maintaining the medical infrastructure of the North Country and its ability to attract new businesses and workers. Cobb’s policy positions are there, along with the “core values.”

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Social center offering classes on driving, Medicare On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Hill Agency will offer a New York State Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) approved By Arin Burdo defensive driving course • COLUMNIST • at the Elizabethtown Social Center. Drivers who complete this six-hour course save 10 percent on their liability, personal injury protection and collision insurance for three years and may reduce up to four points on their driving record. Course completion is transmitted to the DMV on each student’s driving record. This course entails student participation, an informative workbook and three safety education films. There is no formal testing. Participation in the defensive driving course has been shown to reduce traffic accidents by 18.2 percent and repeat traffic offenses by 57.3 percent. The class is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs only $35 per student. Register by contacting the Hill Agency at 518-428-0801, richardhill1056@icloud.com or visit thehillagency.com. Class size is limited.

United Health Care will offer a free presentation on Medicare at 11:30 a.m. on both Friday, Oct. 12 and Friday, Oct. 26. Get answers to Medicare questions. Registration is not required. A free beginner platform tennis clinic will be offered on Saturday, Oct. 13, at 1 p.m. at the social center platform court on Lawrence Way. Equipment is provided no experience with racket sports is necessary. Clinic participants who wish to become first-time platform members will receive a discount for the 2018/19 season by signing up that day. Yoga this week includes Karin DeMuro’s Monday class at 4:30 p.m. and Michael Fergot’s “Yoga: Basics for Wellness,” at 9 a.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. Pleasant Valley Chorale rehearses on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. On Thursday, Oct. 18, writers group meets at 1 p.m. and American Legion meets at 7 p.m. For more information about Elizabethtown Social Center programming visit elizabethtownsocialcenter.org or call 518-873-6408.■ — Arin Burdo is the Executive Director of the Elizabethtown Social Center.

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SCHROON LAKE | Schroon Lake basketball officials will meet on Monday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. at the Schroon Lake school cafeteria. Anyone over the age of 18 looking to officiate high school basketball should attend. For more information, contact Steve Stahl at stvstahl@yahoo.com. ■

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JAY | The Rotary Club of Au Sable Valley will host a lecture on the rotary club’s efforts to eradicate polio on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Ward Theater in Jay.

» Frontier Town Cont. from pg. 1 A planned second phase will incorporate slots for RVs and camping. The expansive effort is a joint undertaking between numerous state and local agencies, who delivered a steady stream of comments in an often-emotional ceremony as horseback riders stood at attention in the background. “Th is is like driving into Yosemite National Park,” said state Sen. Betty Little (R-Queensbury). Stakeholders cut the ribbon after 40 minutes of speeches. “Yeehaw!” they cried. Stakeholders have painted the project as nothing short as transformational for the region. “Our town is at a new beginning,” said North Hudson Supervisor Ron Moore, “one that will give hope to new businesses and one that will provide creation of new job opportunities.” Moore joins state and local officials who hope the state investments paired with the state’s purchase of nearby Boreas Ponds will act as an economic catalyst for a region that has long struggled with high unemployment rates and a lack of services. The site’s new trails will link into existing community connector trails and the Schroon Lake-North Hudson Snowmobile Trail, ideally acting as a feeder to tourist destinations in the so-called Five Towns, or the central Adirondack communities of North Hudson, Indian Lake, Newcomb, Long Lake and Minerva. “It’s going to help all the towns in the area — not just the towns, but the county,” said Minerva Supervisor Steve McNally. ”This is going to bring a lot of people to the area and we’re very excited about it.”

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NCSPCA celebrates dog adoption month with free adoption Did you know that October is Adopt a Shelter Dog month? The North Country SPCA (NCSPCA) is having a dog adopBy Kathy Wilcox tion event on Saturday, Oct. 13 from 12-4 p.m. • COLUMNIST • Thanks to Coldwell Banker’s partnership, dogs will be free to adopt pending approval of application. We will also be having an adoption celebration from 12-6 p.m. that same day. Admission to the celebration will be $5 per person. The celebration will feature a live band, two local breweries (Ledge Hill Brewing and Livingoods) and local food vendors (Czech’s Food Wagon and DaCy Meadow Farm). We wanted to remind you that the NCSPCA is also selling raffle tickets for our Happy Tail Raffle. Tickets are $20 and each ticket has a 1/500 chance of winning the guaranteed prize of $5,000! The drawing will be on Dec. 1, just in time for the holidays. Our featured pet this week is STORMY, a labrador retriever-mix who had a very difficult life prior to arriving at the shelter.

District Rotary Foundation Chair Bonnie Black will illustrate through video clips and visual data on the importance of the polio eradication campaign. World Polio Day is Oct. 24 and rotarians from 35,000+ clubs around the world have been working with the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control since 1985 to eliminate this virus from the globe. For more information, contact Stephanie Battisti, president of Au Sable Valley Rotary at 518-637-1018. ■

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Stakeholders also believe steering visitors into less-visited communities will ameliorate another mounting concern in the Adirondacks — overuse in the wildly-popular High Peaks. “There’s an opportunity now to take some pressure off the northern High Peaks and bring some more prosperity to the southern park,” said state Assemblyman Dan Stec (R-Queensbury). To date, an estimated total of $25 million in public and private resources have been committed to the project. At least one private business has signed onto the effort: Paradox Brewery, a Schroon Lake-based craft brewery, is in the process of relocating to an adjacent parcel.

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Local officials spun their wheels for years over what to do with the former theme park. Essex County seized portions of the facility for back taxes, and engaged in lengthy litigation with an adjoining landowner following disputes generated at a 2014 county-run tax auction designed to unload the property. “This is the result of a vision,” said Essex County Board of Supervisors Chairman Randy Preston. “It wasn’t just one person — it was a group.” Vice Chairman Shaun Gillilland recounted the years of battles over the property, which encompasses both town and county-owned land. “I wouldn’t have think we could have gotten here, but we have, and it really shows you can affect change,” Gillilland said. “No one entity would ever have been able to get this done.” Following the remarks from dignitaries, guests noshed on bison chili and toured the site, which contains electric vehicle charging

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She has endured having her ears brutally cut off and an embedded collar. It is not surprising that she is very wary of people, but to our amazement (abused dogs never cease to amaze us) she is already forgiving us humans. She is slowly coming out of her shell and we are beginning to see an affectionate, playful personality shining through. She loves other dogs and would benefit from living with a confident, people-loving dog to learn from. In her short time with us, we have become very attached to her and she will need a special home that’s willing to continue showing her we humans are not all bad, if you think that special person could be you, please come meet our Stormy — we dare you not to fall in love! ■ — Kat Wilcox’s weekly column works to publicize the shelter’s adoptable pets. Find out more at ncspca.org

available for free to anyone who wants a copy, although donations are always accepted. The new map includes topographical detail so hikers will know the physiographical context of the trails they’re hiking. All trails are listed in chart form showing descriptions of each trail, length, degree of difficulty, directions and special features. A $2,000 grant from the International Paper Foundation helped produce the new map, and CATS Business Sponsorships provided additional funding. The map is available at retail stores, area businesses and visitor centers, as well as by calling the CATS office at 518-962-2287 or info@ champlainareatrails.com. ■

stations and a playground built on reclaimed land near the Schroon River. The new site will contain 91 camping sites, including 33 designed for equestrian usage, while the seasonal day use area has slots for 34 vehicles. Seggos told reporters after the event he felt confident there is a demand for a new state-run campground. “I have no doubt that Frontier Town will be a destination for not just new New Yorkers, but many people,” Seggos said, citing legacy of the former park. Earlier, more than half of the crowd raised their hands when the commissioner asked if they had visited the theme park, a destination so popular in the 1950s and 1960s, it drew performers like Johnny Cash. “I think the investments are certainly worth it,” Seggos said. We have record usership right now at state parks and DEC facilities. We’re seeing great numbers just in our own facilities — not just the backwoods.” While the DEC and Office of General Services have turned a corner on the campgrounds and day use area portion of the effort, a question mark continues to dangle over the component of the project that seeks to entice businesses to relocate to the acreage flagged for private investment. Empire State Development issued a Request for Proposals last year, but has remained tight-lipped on progress. “(ESD) remains engaged in discussions with the town, county and others involved in the Request for Proposals process to determine the next steps in developing the property,” said an ESD spokesman on Thursday.

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Construction continues at the nearby Paradox Brewery site, which broke ground last April on a 11.2 acre parcel. Co-founder Paul Mrocka told The Sun he hopes to move equipment inside by November and start beer production by January. “We hope to have an official opening by Memorial Day,” Mrocka said. The expansion will create 30 jobs once fully operational. Gov. Andrew Cuomo did not attend the ribbon-cutting, but officials indicated he had a firm hand on the tiller throughout the process. Seggos praised his balance of environmental safeguards while also helping to shepherd in economic development for the region. “It was everybody working together nonstop for a couple of years and the governor really lit that fuse,” Seggos said. The commissioner recalled it wasn’t long ago that the state was discussing the idea of closing state-run campgrounds in the wake of budget shortfalls. “There was a feeling that the environment had been put off to the side,” he said. Cuomo called North Hudson “a prime location to introduce visitors to all that the Adirondacks have to offer and encourage travelers to further explore New York’s great outdoors.” “With the first phase of the Gateway to the Adirondacks now complete, visitors can begin to experience this one-of-a-kind recreational site, helping to boost the local economy and the region’s ever-growing tourism industry,” he said in a statement. DEC expects the second phase of the project will be completed by next summer. ■


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NEWPORT | Deborah R. Murphy, 67, of Woodchuck Hill Road, died on Sept. 29, 2018 at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica. Deborah was born on Sept. 8, 1951 in Mount Kisco, the daughter of Betty (Biggs) Light of Elizabethtown and the late Kempton Light. She graduated from Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School and furthered her education at SUNY Plattsburgh. Debbie later graduated from Utica College with a bachelor’s degree in business. On Sept. 1, 2007, Debbie was united in marriage with John Murphy at their home in Newport. She had a distinguished 35 year career with Indium Corporation. She retired as a materials manager, Indium and Gallium, in 2017. Debbie was a member of American Legion Auxiliary Unit #551 in Elizabethtown and a previous member of the World Trade Council. She will be fondly remembered for her expertise in baking, supplying cakes and other baked goods for many area celebrations, events and bake sales for local charities. Survivors besides her husband, John and mother, Betty; one daughter, Heather (Robert) Borden of Newport; three sisters, Sally (Frank) Costello of Glens Falls, Priscilla Young of Po-

casset, Massachusetts, and Laura Light of Keene; one brother, John (Lori) Light of Elizabethtown; seven grandchildren, Zackary (Alexandria) Borden of Vernon, Jacob and Isabella Borden of Newport, Joshua Murphy of Utica and Kody, Cameron and Kaiden Murphy of Newport; one stepson, Michael (Becky) Murphy of Key Largo, Florida; one great-grandson, Blake Borden; several nieces and nephews; and the many members of her husbands family. In addition to her father, she was predeceased by a stepson, Jason Murphy. Funeral services will be held at the Autenrith Funeral Home, Newport, on Friday at 11 a.m., with Kenneth Palmer officiating. Interment will follow in St. John’s Cemetery, Newport. Calling hours at the funeral home are Thursday from 5-7 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary Service will be held at 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider memorials to Newport Volunteer Fire Company, 7370 Main St., Newport, NY 13416. Envelopes are available at the funeral home. ■

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Keeseville » Fall Foliage Frenzy

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Plattsburgh » Fall Used Book

Sale held at Plattsburgh Public Library; 10:00 a.m. Join us in the lower level of the library for our used book sale. Hosted by Friends of the Plattsburgh Public Library. Hardcovers $1, Paperbacks 50cents. Fri 10am - 4pm Sat 10am - 3pm.

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and Silent Auction held at First Presbyterian Church; 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Join us for a benefit for the Deacons’ Fund for neighbors in need. $10 suggested donation.

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Plattsburgh » Making Strides Walk

held at Melissa Penfield Park; 10:00 a.m. Join the American Cancer Society to help save lives, celebrate survivors and honor loved ones lost. With every dollar raised, we’re able to make a bigger impact by helping conduct innovative research, promote early detection, and simply provide a hand to hold. Details: Julie Stalker 518-578-6010, Stalker@jceo.org

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» EMS Cont. from pg. 1 “We’re stretched very, very thin right now,” Wells said. The Westport Fire Company and Emergency Squad is grappling with the same issues facing squads across upstate New York: Emergency medical technicians aging out of the profession has led to declining manpower. And officials believe steep training requirements are dissuading new volunteers from signing up, amongst other societal changes. The all-volunteer department has approximately 32 members, including 6 EMTs, down from 18 in the 1970s. Of those six EMTs, several will retire and will not recertify; two are often out-oftown, while the others are retirees and plan to further ease into retirement. “That leaves just one for weekdays,” Wells said. The system is unsustainable. “We’re not going to survive as an all-volunteer squad,” said Wells. “We’re going to start dropping calls and eventually the state will shut us down.” State intervention is not unprecedented. Crown Point Rescue Squad was forced to close in 2014 because of staffing issues. Now as the squad prepares to explore their options to maintain coverage, they want to involve the public.

“We want to the community to be involved,” said Jim Rule, a fire commissioner and safety officer, “and we’re looking for suggestions and help in making these decisions.” Such a system could involve a blend of volunteer and private staff, officials said. Some towns, including Willsboro and Essex, have taken over squad operations from fire departments and have created new budget line items. The uncertainty comes when Essex County is in the midst of mapping out a countywide EMS system. But county officials continue to wrestle with what a final plan would cost and look like. Westport Fire Company and Emergency Squad officials said they likely won’t survive until a countywide system is launched in whatever incarnation. And even then, the squad initially viewed the system as a safety net — not as a permanent solution. The ultimate decision will be determined by the Board of Fire Commissioners, which controls funding, in conjunction with the emergency service. Off icials are now actively soliciting public input. The public is invited to attend monthly Board of Fire Commissioner meetings held the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at

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The Westport Fire Company and Emergency Squad is grappling with manpower issues. From left: Thad Tyron, Tyrel Tryon, Colin Wells and Jim Rule. Photo by Pete DeMola the Westport Town Hall. The next meeting is scheduled for Oct. 16. “We’re trying to put in place a system that would leave as much flexibility as possible,” Wells said.

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PLATTSBURGH | Fans of Section VII sports will now have greater access to sectional, regional and state championship games and events thanks to a new deal struck with the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) earlier this year. Under the deal, NFHS will hold the exclusive rights to stream Section VII championship events as well as state championship events through the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) and Section VII. “The NFHS network will be coming in and will provide crew, set up and taping with no setup on my end,” said Section VII Executive Director Matt Walentuk. “They are looking to have people from here broadcast the games so they are being done by people who know the schools and the players.” Walentuk said the section has confirmed the Section VII soccer, football and volleyball championships will be streamed through the network. “We have been in negotiations for about three years with Spectrum and NFHS to reach this agreement,” said Chris Watson,

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Patriots, Red Storm defeated in week six play By Keith Lobdell SPORTS EDITOR

PORT HENRY | Jason Fletcher opened the scoring for the AuSable Valley Patriots Oct. 5 as they had upset on their mind, but the Moriah Vikings proved too much offensively, totaling 300 yards of offense in a 36-14 win over the Pats. Fletcher, who finished with 130 rushing yards in the game, scored the opening points in the first quarter to give the Patriots a 6-0 lead. The Vikings answered two minutes later with a Dyllon Bougor 29 yard rush and scored the next 24 points on a 62 yard reception by Maddox Blaise and a one yard scoring run by Jerin Sargent. Luis Perez’s 45 yard reception from quarterback Evan Snow cut the Viking lead to 24-14, but a 37 yard run for Blaise and a nine yard run from Bougor closed out the scoring. Snow finished with 185 passing yards and a touchdown to Perez, who had 104 receiving yards on the day. “I give AuSable a lot of credit for coming out hard and playing a tough game throughout with a limited bench,” Moriah coach Don Tesar said. “They did a great job and made it tough for us early.”

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07/26/18 John Lahtinen

Lars Galldin

Plattsburgh

$692,500

07/26/18 Denis Mousseau

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$160,000

07/26/18 Andrew M. Kohn

Justin G. Rodriquez

Beekmantown

$59,000

07/26/18 Mark P Dame

Francine Jolicoeur

Plattsburgh

$232,450

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Plattsburgh

$150,306

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Saranac

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Black Brook

$62,000

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Peru

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Scott Coleman

Peru

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Plattsburgh

$216,000

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Ricky A. Jock

Schuyler Falls

$196,500

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Tina M. Consoli

Plattsburgh

$134,000

07/27/18 Gilbert Fournier

Sean R. Finn

Black Brook

$185,000

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Beekmantown

$16,500

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Lewis

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Moriah

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Fellowship Properties LLC

Lake Placid

$185,000

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Willsboro

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Ticonderoga

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DER, et al., Defendant(s) TRICT necessary to fi ll this position, Pursuant to a Judgment PLEASE be advised thatplease submit your resume including requirements. of Foreclosure and Sale the publiccompensation hearing for duly dated September the Districts 2019 Bud12, 2018 I, the under- get will be held on Tuessigned Referee will sell day, October 16, 2018 at O'NEIL CONTRACTING VP CUSTOM HOLD14 Hand 178 of Broad St. 102 Montcalm St.Org. at public auction at the the Elizabethtown Org. filed INGS, LLC. Arts. of FireAve.LLC Articles Essex County Court- House, 22 NY Sec.Plattsburgh, of State (SSNY) with the SSNY Woodruff NY Elizabethtown, NY filed Ticonderoga, NY on house, on November 15, Lane, Elizabethtown at 6 9/7/2018. Office in Es- 09/17/18. Office: Essex 2018 at 9:30AM, PM. Copies of the pro- sex Co. SSNY desig. County. SSNY designatposed budget are on file premises known as agent of LLC whom pro- ed as agent of the 197509 LLC 3071 ESSEX ROAD, at the Town Clerks office cess may be served. upon whom process WILLSBORO, NY 12996 and can also be viewed SSNY shall mail process against it may be served. at the hearing. AKA 323LEGALS LAKE SHORE St., Bloom- SSNY shall mail copy of LEGALS Follow- to 68 Main LEGALS LEGALS ingdale, NY 12913, process to the LLC, ROAD, WILLSBORO, ing the Public Hearing, NEW YORK 12996. All there will be a Board which is also the princi- 1002 N. Indiana Avenue, that certain plot piece or Meeting of the Fire Com- pal business location. Lindenhurst, NY 11750. Purpose: Any lawful pur- Purpose: Any lawful purmissioners to adopt the parcel of land, with the buildings and improve- 2019 Budget and any pose. pose. ments erected, situate, VN-09/29-11/03/2018VN-09/22-10/27/18other business that may come before them. The 6TC-196796 6TC-197366 lying and being in the Town of Willsboro, public is invited and enNOTICE OF FORMATION County of Essex and couraged to attend. OF Rambling Property State of New York, SEC- Linda Wolf LLC. Arts. of Org. filed TION 40.1, BLOCK 2, Secretary/Treasurer LOT 14.2. Approximate Elizabethtown Fire Dis- with Secy. of State of NY WHEREAS, ON THE (SSNY) on 9/14/18. Of- 18TH DAY OF SEPTEMamount of judgment trict fice location: Essex BER, 2018 pursuant to $175,641.49 plus inter- September 7, 2018 County. SSNY designat- Section 105 of the Town est and costs. Premises VN-10/13/2018-1TCed as agent of LLC upon Law and Section 181 of will be sold subject to 198645 whom process against it Town Law, the Board of provisions of filed Judgmay be served. SSNY Fire Commissioners of ment for Index# CV17- NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Town of Westport shall mail process to: the Westport Fire Dis0166. c/o Isaacs & Associates trict confirmed that the MATTHEW EVANS invites the submission PLLC, Attn: Marc J. Annual Fire District BudDOUTHAT, ESQ., Refer- of bids on the following STANDING TIMBER on Isaacs, Esq., 260 Madi- get Hearing will be conee 47 acres. Bids will be re- son Ave., NY, NY 10016. ducted with reference to Gross Polowy, LLC ceived on or before Oc- Purpose: any lawful ac- the Annual Fire District Attorney for Plaintiff tober 23, 2018 at 2 pm. tivity. Budget for the fiscal 1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite VN-09/29-11/03/2018Information for bid year of 2019 on Tues100 6TC-197467 specifications and forms day, October 16, 2018 Williamsville, NY 14221 of proposal may be ob- TOWN OF LEWIS FIRE commencing at 6:00 VN-10/13-11/03/2018tained from Olivia Dick- DISTRICT 2018 Budget P.M. and the Regular 4TC-198642 enson at Essex County Meeting is scheduled to Hearing will be held on Soil & Water Conserva- October 16, 2018 at follow at the Westport NOTICE OF PUBLIC tion District, 3 Sisco 7pm at the Lewis Fire- Town Offices located at HEARING AND BOARD Street, PO Box 407, house, 17 Firehouse 22 Champlain Avenue, MEETING OF THE ELIZ- Westport, NY, telephone Westport New York. Lane, Lewis NY 12950. ABETHTOWN FIRE DIS- (518)962-8225, email Kathleen Robertson – This Notice is being TRICT essexswcd@westelpublicized and posted in Secretary for the Town PLEASE be advised that com.com. accordance with the proof Lewis Fire District. the public hearing for VN-10/6-10/13/2018visions of Public Officers VN-10/13/2018-1TCthe Districts 2019 Bud- 2TC-198037 Law and the Town Law 198270 get will be held on Tuesof the State of New York day, October 16, 2018 at O'NEIL CONTRACTING VP CUSTOM HOLD- by order of the Board of INGS, LLC. Arts. of Org. the Elizabethtown Fire LLC Articles of Org. filed Fire Commissioners of NY Sec. of State (SSNY) filed with the SSNY on the Westport Fire DisHouse, 22 Woodruff Lane, Elizabethtown at 6 9/7/2018. Office in Es- 09/17/18. Office: Essex trict. PM. Copies of the pro- sex Co. SSNY desig. County. SSNY designat- Zoe Sherman posed budget are on file agent of LLC whom pro- ed as agent of the LLC Secretary to the at the Town Clerks office cess may be served. upon whom process Westport Fire District and can also be viewed against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process October 11, 2018 at the hearing. Follow- to 68 Main St., Bloom- SSNY shall mail copy of VN-10/13/2018-1TCing the Public Hearing, ingdale, NY 12913, process to the LLC, 198643 there will be a Board which is also the princi- 1002 N. Indiana Avenue, Meeting of the Fire Com- pal business location. Lindenhurst, NY 11750. missioners to adopt the Purpose: Any lawful pur- Purpose: Any lawful pur-


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