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April 17, 2010

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Newcomb students presented “The Pink Panther Strikes Again.”

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Joyce’s Auto Body welcomes new owners

Gina and James Mitchell in front of J & G Auto & Towing with their children. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

By Lindsay Yandon

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Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehab Center residents look forward to harvest By Lindsay Yandon NORTH CREEK — Volunteers came to the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (ATCNRC) on Monday armed with potting soil and seeds a plenty. They were there to help residents begin to plan their own flower and vegetable gardens. Members of the ATCNRC auxiliary and volunteer gardening group who came to support the residents included Judy Lapenna, Wanda Callihan, Noel Dingman, Kit Huggard, Georgine Rausch, Sharon Aleksejczyk and Jan Thurling. The planting is an annual event for the volunteers and is a collaboration between the two groups and the ATCNRC activities department in an effort to get residents outside and interested in gardening. “It’s an exciting event,” said ATCNRC landscape gardener Amanda Savarie. “The residents enjoy it and

the volunteers are great at what they do.” This is the first year that the planting will include vegetables that will hopefully be harvested and prepared in meals at the ATCNRC. “Our goal is for the residents to be able to use the vegetables that they planted,” said Savarie. Once seedlings are sprouting from Monday’s planting, they will be transplanted outside in to ‘Victory Gardens’. These gardens are raised container gardens that are accessible to those in wheelchairs. After the harvesting process takes place in a few months, residents will also sell their flowers and produce to staff and community members. “I have tried and tried to plant and all I ever get are weeds,” said one of the residents of her previous planting experience. The help from gardening volunteers will hopefully ensure that there is something to harvest in the fall, according to Savarie.

Amanda Savarie helps a Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center resident to plant some vegetables on Monday. Photo by Lindsay Yandon BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — James and Gina Mitchell of Indian Lake gave a new name to an old business on Monday. They are the official new owners of Joyce’s Auto Body Inc. on Durant Road in Blue Mountain Lake. The shop will soon boast new letterhead and will be called J & G Auto & Towing Inc. Mitchell has been working at Joyce’s for the past six years until he began the process of assuming ownership from Ken Hinckley about a year ago. “He was tired of running two business,” said Mitchell. “It was getting to be too much for him.” Hinckley is also owner of Dunham Boat Service in Big Moose. When he offered the shop to his then employee, there was no hesitation, according to Mitchell. Despite the new name, the shop will still offer the same services. Mitchell will maintain the collision and mechanical repairs, free insurance estimates, NYS inspections, and 24-hour towing services. Mitchell was born and raised in Indian Lake and graduated from Indian Lake Central School in

Cuomo launches probe into green group’s land deals By Jon Alexander

Aaron Fresca, the grandson of Greg and Carol Fresca of Minerva, was recently visiting from New Jersey with his parents. Here he stands with a '72 Volkswagon Beetle, partially restored by his grandparents and Fred Morse (also of Minerva). The car was painted to look like Herbie the Love Bug and presented to Aaron by his parents. Photo by Mike Corey

See JOYCE’S, page 8

ALBANY — The region’s largest environmental organization, the Nature Conservancy, is now under the microscope of state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. Following a New York Post article this week detailing that the state overpaid for forest preserve lands primarily in the Adirondacks, Cuomo has opened a formal investigation into how the Nature Conservancy values its massive holdings and who the $3.5 billion green group influences in Albany. Office of the Attorney General officials said Wednesday that Gov. David Paterson requested the inquiry after the New York Post reported the Conservancy recently reaped a 57 percent profit on land sold to the state that it had only owned for three years. And,

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Elizabeth Nash Foundation hosts 2010 benefit dinner for cystic fibrosis By Lindsay Yandon

“Liz did not let cystic fibrosis define her life, but rather she defined the way to live with disability,” said Birch. She attended Johnsburg Central School through 1984 and graduated from Queensbury Central School in 1988. She graduated from the University of Rochester in 1992 with a B.S. in Molecular Genetics, cum laude. Liz earned a Ph.D in Human Genetics from the University of Utah in 1998 and worked as a cystic fibrosis researcher at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the University of California in San Francisco. Liz was chair of the Research Advisory Committee of the Cystic Fibrosis Research Institute of Mountain View, California and served as a mentor for teens with cystic fibrosis. Liz authored and co-authored many scientific studies for publication in medical journals and presented at scientific meetings. She held three patents in the use of robotics in genetic research along with participating in research for the Human Genome Project. As Liz’s last act of research, on behalf of cystic fibrosis, she donated her lungs to the Research Center at Stanford University Hospital. She died on Feb. 22, 2003. For more information on the foundation visit their website at Reservations for the event are encouraged. Please call Nancy Beaudin at 251-2240 by April 20. NORTH CREEK — This year ’s fifth annual Elizabeth Nash Foundation (ENF) benefit dinner, with a French theme, will be held on April 25 in the Great Room at the Copperfield Inn. The ENF was established in 2004 by Elizabeth’s family to honor and perpetuate her lifelong example of giving and to continue her fight against cystic fibrosis. The foundation is focused on cystic fibrosis research, education and support. Music will be featured during the social hour from 3 - 4 p.m. and Tim Wechgelaer will play during dinner. Dinner will be served at 4 p.m. followed by a fund raising auction. There is a $30 suggested donation and all proceeds from donations and the auction will go directly to ENF. The benefit dinner is coordinated by Nancy and Joel Beaudin. “This is a very ‘close-to-home thing,” said event promoter Lloyd Burch. “The Nash family is important to the North Creek community.” Ann and Jim Nash lived in the area with their children, Elizabeth, Patrick and Christine. Jim was President and CEO of Barton Mines and Ann was a math professor at Adirondack Community College. Liz, as she was most commonly known, was born on March 30, 1970. At the age of three, she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis.

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INDIAN LAKE — The Indian Lake Garden Club is hosting a presentation entitled, “101 Uses for Plants of the Adirondacks, Today and Yesterday”. The program will be presented by Ellen Rathbone, Environmental Educator and naturalist with the Adirondack Park Agency Visitor Interpretive Center in Newcomb. While drawn to wildlife, Ellen has found that studying plants to be one of the most interesting disciplines simply because plants are pretty stationary. “You can sneak up on them and they don’t run or fly away,” she said. Her presentation will share what she has learned to be one of the most fascinating aspects of plants - how people have used them both in the past and in more modern times. The program will be held 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 21 at the Indian Lake Ski Hut located on Route 30. The program is free to guests and new members are welcome. For additional information, please call Pat Leonard at 648-0044.


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In Review: The Pink Panther Strikes Again

NEWCOMB — On Saturday, April 17 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., the Visitor Interpretive Center in Newcomb invites all garden enthusiasts to join Master Gardener Lorraine Miga for a program entitled Planning a Garden & Starting Seeds Indoors. There will be demonstrations on how to sow seeds indoors in preparation for spring planting and participants will learn how best to plan a garden. Also, learn the importance of frost dates and row covers and learn why crop rotation should be done. Lastly, get tips on thinning and transplanting seedlings, what should be directly planted and much more. Pre-registration is not required and the program is free. Also, on Saturday, April 17 there will be a family trail walk on the VIC’s trails from 10 - 11:30 a.m. By joining VIC staff on this trail walk, families will discover the diversity of a forest habitat. Look for birds, insects, nests, woodland wildflowers, forest floor plants and much more. Pre-registration is not required and this program is also free. For further information on these two events, contact the VIC at 5822000 or visit their website at

By Hillary Bureau - NCS student writer NEWCOMB — French accents, cross dressing, a mad woman and Pink Panthers are all a great concoction for fun and laughter. “The Pink Panther Strikes Again,” a play written by William Gleason, was performed at Newcomb Central School Friday, March 26 and Saturday, March 27 and was an awesome success. The program reads, “Chief inspector Jacqueline Clousea fights for her life and the future of mankind in the most bazaar and dangerous caper of her clumsy career. Pauline Dreyfus, once Chief Inspector and now a raving Lunatic, holds the world at bay with the ultimate weapon, the Doomsday Machine!” For those who missed the theatrical comedy put on by the Newcomb High School students, you truly missed a once in a lifetime performance. Director and English teacher, Terri Smith rewrote many aspects of the play to incorporate an Adirondack theme. It was very amusing to learn that one now needs to have a passport to travel to Lake George. I have to say the most hilarious as-

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Probe From page 1 that sale came during a time land values fell considerably. In a letter to Cuomo, Paterson noted that no evidence of legal wrongdoing has surfaced, but he did authorize the Attorney General to probe the value assessment methodology employed in the sale and the sway the Conservancy wields over Albany power brokers. “If you discover evidence of such criminality that warrants the expansion of this referral, we will consider expanding the scope to grant you that additional authority,” Paterson wrote. Cuomo’s spokesman said the probe also extends into the office of state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, who holds the state’s purse strings. In 2008, the state bought a 20,000 acre Clinton County tract from the Nature Conservancy for $10 million, a $3.7 million increase over what the green group paid in 2005. Yet, according to the state Office of Real Property, property values in the region only increased 15 percent over that time period. The green group is currently trying to sell another 58,000 acres of central Adirondack land to the state. It’s part of a larger 150,000 acre tract the organization bought from FinchPruyn Paper for $110 million in 2007. Last year, the conservancy sold 92,000 acres to the Danish pension fund ATP Timberland Invest. In a recent interview, Nature Conservancy Executive Director Mike Carr and spokeswoman Connie Prickett said there’s often a markup associated to a land sale to the state. But they stressed the additional costs reflect not only rising property values, but also the time and money the organization invests in the land prior to the sale. “We have to get in and out of a project whole, but that’s not a profit,” Carr said. “We do leave millions of dollars in these projects,” Prick-

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ett added. Although the scope of the current investigation is limited to the single transaction, local officials have decried the conservancy’s markup policy for years. Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board Executive Director Fred Monroe said it appears state officials pay the extra amount to gain the favor of powerful environmentalists. “I believe there is Adorned with headlines accusing the a close relationship state of an unsavory deal, the New York between the Nature Post detailed the Nature Conservancy Conservancy and selling Adirondack land to the state — the DEC. They were at taxpayer expense — at a 57 percent paid their carrying profit during tough economic times. costs for the time Yes, that’s Fred Monroe of Chestertown they held the prop- prominently pictured — as Adirondack erty for the state,” Park Local Government Review Board Monroe said. “It al- Chairman, he brought the issue to the ways seemed im- attention of Post Editor Frederic Dicker. proper that the Conservancy was acting as a purchasing agent for the state and having all of their costs covered. That’s not an arms-length deal.” Last month, local officials panned pleas from environmentalists to forgo their opposition to state land acquisition.


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onny Bacon and family enjoyed having a great Easter Egg Hunt on the afternoon of Easter Sunday. Over 65 people enjoyed the hunt and a BBQ after. Kids had such fun looking for eggs. Dezore, Khaleah and Yanden Cleveland had lunch with Earl Allen one day last week Fred and Ruth and several friends from New Jersey are enjoying the great roaring Hudson River at the Glen River House. Kathy Allen spent several days with family in Delaware during spring vacation. Ryan and Keisha Sprague and family have moved to Schroon Lake. Over the weekend Fabiann Conlon and family, Keitan Millington and family, Kjerstia Schilinski, and Earl Allen visited. Derek Millington and sons, Lynden and Aidan visited Earl Allen over the weekend. Sarah Millington, Kora and Kraig, and Roger Davenport visited their father, Clarence Davenport on Saturday. Clarence was thrilled to have all his children, grandchildren and even a few great grandchildren to celebrate his 90th birthday. Deaths We are all saddened to hear about the deaths of Nancy Pierson and Donald Way. Donald is Dr. Way's father. Happy Birthday Karen Zahniser Bettachi, Gretchen Leddick Millington, Greg Leddick, Carol Lewis, Ryan Allen, Donna Brown, Ryan Grimes, Bobby Jo Viele and Debby Russell. Enjoy each and every day.

SATURDAY April 17, 2010

Johnsburg Goes to War: 1861-1865 T

he issue of slavery caused a major schism in this country and within the Johnsburg Methodist Church. Radical abolitionist parishioners arguing for a strong stand against slavery left the Johnsburg Methodist congregation and in 1849 they hired Rev. Enos Putnam of Vermont to hold revival meetings and organize a Wesleyan Church in the township. The Mill Creek Wesleyan Methodist Church on Garnet Lake Road was built in 1859. Rev. Enos Putnam helped build the steeple for that church and was active in the Underground Railroad in the area. When war came, it was only natural that Henry, the eldest of his four adopted children, would enlist. He survived almost two years of war, but was killed June 3, 1864 at the Battle of Cold Harbor. Jeanne Robert Foster ’s poem “The Old Church” is a moving description of the pain and anguish felt by Rev. Putnam upon hearing of his son’s death. Henry’s body was transported home and buried in the churchyard. In preparation for my Sept. 2011 Tannery Pond Community Center Presentation I’d appreciate hearing if you have any pictures, diaries or information on the men in this week’s column or from prior columns. Please contact me at 215-3009 or Glenn L. Pearsall

Putnam, Henry Born Feb. 18 1834 in Montpelier, VT. Enlisted Aug. 11 1862 in Johnsburg for three years as a corporal in Co. D of the 118th NY Volunteer Infantry. Killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor, VA. During the war, Henry had asked his good friend George Murray to look after his wife Susan (Stackhouse) if he was killed in the war. After the war, George returned to the area and later married Susan.

Raymond, Andrew J. Born in 1827, son of Nathan and Sylvia (Millington). Served in the 93rd NY Volunteer Infantry. No more is known at this time. Raymond, Thomas Jackson Born Nov. 27 1844, son of Levi (other sources say Nathan) and Hannah (Hutchins) (other sources say Sylvia Millington). Enlisted Aug. 23 1862 for three years in Co. I of the 96th NY Volunteer Infantry. Discharged July 6 1865. Richardson, John Born Feb. 15 1837 in Vermont, son of William and Agnes (Frontier). Single when he enlisted May 28 1861 for two years as a sergeant in Co. F of the 22nd NY Volunteer Infantry. Married when he re-enlisted as a sergeant in Co. D of the 175th NY Volunteer Infantry. Survived the war and discharged June 6 1865.

Henry Putnam, killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor. Photo courtesy of the NYS Military Museum

Rigney, James Born May 20 1835 in Kings County, Ireland, son of James and Mary (Manion). Enlisted as a private in Co. I of the 16th NY Heavy Artillery. Survived the war and discharged June 1 1865.

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t the beginning of each new season I think it is my favorite time of the year. In Fall, when the leaves turn yellow, orange and red, I say that the Adirondacks couldn’t look more beautiful. Then the leaves fall to the ground and we are left with a brown, barren landscape – until the first snowfall. Winter ’s appearance changes the view from my kitchen window from brown to pristine white. And when a wet, heavy snow coats the empty tree branches, and the sun glistens on the freshly fallen blanket of snow, I decide that Winter is the most beautiful season. After several months, what’s left of the snow along the roadside has turned gray/black. I long for the sun to melt it and the ice in Mill Creek. I want to hear the sound of the creek running freely once more. About the time when the storm windows give way to screens, the grass begins to green up and different birds visit the feeders, this fickle soul falls in love with spring. What is so great about this season is that it gets better with every passing day. First, a few tentative snow drops rear their heads in the garden. They are soon followed by wild hyacinths and now daffodils are blooming. The trees begin to leaf. There is just one big old maple left out front. I’m hopefully watching for its first leaves to appear. We have a gnarled old apple tree with holes in its trunk, but it is sporting a new batch of green leaves and may even give us fragrant white blossoms again this year. The lilac bushes promise a week of lavender beauty in May. There is something very nice about knowing what plants inhabit our garden and watching for their reappearance year after year. Like old friends who have come to call, I welcome them each Spring – the best time of the year. I think this new love affair will last (at least until the first day of summer).

What is something you can do to help the earth? I can make plants so the earth won’t be lonely. Aleesha Washburn - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School I can save trees by not cutting them down. Ian Heid - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School To help the earth I would try to make the air clean and smell good. Samuel Richards - Grade 1 - Johnsburg Central School I can help the earth by planting more trees because trees give us air. Kyla Fahy - Grade 2 - Johnsburg Central School I can help the earth by turning off all the lights before I leave the house. Haley Mason - Grade 2 - Johnsburg Central School I will not litter, I will pick up litter, stop flooding and recycle. Craig Bateman - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School Instead of riding on the school bus I can ride my bike. I love helping planet earth. Finn Smith - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School REMINDER: Earth Day celebrates its 40th Anniversary on April 22.

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Photo of the Week Both dancers and listeners enjoy some local musical stylings at the North Country Hardship Fund fundraiser on Saturday at the Copperfield Inn. Donations totaled $829 and were all given to the Hardship Fund. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

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Essex County gets new public defenders By Lindsay Yandon ELIZABETHTOWN — In early January, Lake Placid resident Brandon Boutelle was appointed to chief public defender for Essex County after the sudden death of longtime public defender Livingston “Livy” Hatch of Willsboro. Boutelle accepted a salary of $92,000 and a two-year term in the seat. His appointment received final approval from the Board of Supervisors in February. He has ben serving under Hatch as deputy public defender since January of 2005. Boutelle had only positive things to say about the work of his well-respected predecessor and said he appreciated the opportunity to work with someone with over 40 years of law experience. “I don't know if I can fill his shoes, but I'm going to try,” Boutelle said. Boutelle is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technolo-

Joyce’s From page 1 2005. His wife, Gina also has local roots and graduated from Newcomb Central School in 2006. They have two children, Kaydance - 4 and Keygan - 1. Gina will be coming on to work with her husband and run the office for the business. “We are both really excited about trying something new,” said Mitchell. “We look forward to keeping up the same quality of service that Ken did with Joyce’s.”

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gy with a criminal-justice degree. He received his law degree from Albany Law School in 2000. Before coming to the public defender office, Boutelle worked with McPhillips, Fitzgerald & Cullum, L.L.P. in Glens Falls. Boutelle also served as a commissioned officer in the Navy JAG Corps, where he worked on defense in court marshal cases. He recently returned from Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp on active duty as a military defense attorney. He also served four years on active duty with the U.S. Navy's Judge Advocate General's Corps. The public defender office sees heavy case loads that have been handled solely by Boutelle since Hatch’s passing. He recently appointed former Rensselaer County Assistant District Attorney Robert D. Seymour to assist as Essex County's new deputy public defender. The position has been vacant since Boutelle moved up to chief public defender and he welcomes the help. “We received over a dozen resumes. There was a lot of diversity and a good range of experience,” Boutelle said. The interview process narrowed it to two attorneys and Seymour started in late March on a salary of $58,000 a year. Seymour is originally from Malone and recently moved to Lake Placid. “He has North Country roots and thorough knowledge of the area,” said Boutelle.

Seymour commented that the transition from prosecutor to defender has been an adjustment. “The legal aspect is the same, I’m just on the other side now,” he said. “The process is different, but my experience as a former prosecutor has been invaluable.”

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NORTH CREEK — The TPCCA Art & Nature Camp is gearing up for its eighth summer, and will be hosting a free first annual Earth Day Papermaking event in the downstairs rooms at Tannery Pond Community Center, Sun. April 25 from 1 - 4 p.m. All ages are invited. Come try your hand at papermaking, and go home with finished greeting cards recycled by you. Bring some scrap paper if you’d like, which we will grind into pulp, pour through screens and dry into new sheets of paper. Pressed flowers, herbs, fibers, even wildflower seeds can be added while the pulp is damp. This activity is fun for adults as well as children. There is no charge, but donations to the Art & Nature Camp Scholarship Fund are welcomed. Art & Nature Camp will be held June 29-July 27, with 3 separate sessions for children (4-6, 7-12, and 10 and up). Brochures are available at the Johnsburg library, TPCC, and shops and community boards around town. Call Kate Hartley at 251-2235 for more information.

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Brandon Boutelle is sworn-in by Essex County Clerk Joe Provoncha while Evelyn Hatch holds the Bible. Boutelle was appointed chief public defender for Essex County following the death of Livingston Hatch.

Felt Making class at Town of Johnsburg Library JOHNSBURG — The Town of Johnsburg Library is offering a Felt Making Class by Linda Van Alstyne on Saturday, April 24 from 2 - 5 p.m. Participants will learn the basics of Felt Making by making a stylish bracelet or hand-felted flower. This program is free, but space is limited. Please call the library to register at 251-4343. This program is funded in part with public funds by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program and Warren County administered locally by the Lower Adirondacks Regional Arts Council.








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Jaguars will rely on experienced roster JOHNSBURG — Veteran coach Tim Leach lost a large part of his pitching staff and hitting talent last year, but is encouraged by the experience that will return to the field this year. Leach has been coaching the team for 24 years. Last year ’s record was 5 - 5 in conference play and 6 - 9 over all. Pitchers lost to 2009 graduation included Josh Harvey, Anthony Hyde and Andrew Sherrick. The Jaguars also lost several solid hitters including Dalton Ordway, Nick McCaroll, Cody Wolf and Michael Couzens. The Jaguar roster includes only two seniors and will rely on a strong group of juniors to lead the way. “We are young, but experienced,” said Leach. “We will rely on that experience and I think it will take us pretty far.” Dylan Wolfe will be strong behind the mound and will rotate into the outfield. Ben Richard will step up to begin establishing a new pitching staff with Kevin Conner moving in as a clutch hitter. Sean O’Neill will

start at shortstop and Travis Plansker will start at third. The lone seniors on the team include Cory Gazaille and Darren Goodspeed in the outfield. Juniors Lance Baker and Matt Henry will join them and sophomores Dustin Weller and Chris Scott will round out the outfield. Sophomore Taylor Ordway and Liam Harrison will rotate between infield and occasionally take the mound. Leach sees Johnsburg as one of the top contenders for the division title and hopes to be competitive outside the league as well. “We are as experienced as anyone else out there and we will be in the hunt,” said Leach. He knows Indian Lake/Long Lake will be a forminable opponent who will not give away their section VII title easily. Minerva/Newcomb will be the wildcard of the league, he said and should not be overlooked. “It’s anybody’s game this year,” said Leach.

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Lady Jaguars welcome seven new players to varsity level JOHNSBURG — Head coach Phil Goodman pulled up seven new players to the Lady Jaguars this year and will deal with the absence of several 2009 graduates. Goodman has been coaching the Lady Jaguars for 14 years and went 2-8 with the team last year. Allison Ordway at first base and Samantha Shook at third base left significant gaps in the Jaguar roster, according to Goodman. He sees junior Nicole Wardwell and sophomore Sierra Galusha stepping up to fill those spots. Senior Kelly Blackhurst will lead the team from behind the plate, while seniors Brittney Allard and Margaret Welz will be strong from the mound and in the outfield. Junior Cortina Greene will help with the pitching efforts and junior Cassandra Prouty will start at shortstop. Goodman acknowledged the potential of his younger players as well as the experience of his starters. “Once our seven new players get accli-

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mated to the varsity level, we will improve,” he said. “When we get it all together we are going to be competitive.” He hopes to capitalize on the team’s strong defense and speed in order to challenge the league leaders. Senior Chelsea Bromley will lead the outfield, while juniors Skye Allard and Kelly Brown will join her. Sophomores Kayla Tyrel and Emily Walter will also play in the outfield. Junior Cassie Cleveland will back up Blackhurst behind the plate and sophomores Rachael Dunkley and Meghan Sponable will rotate between infield and outfield. Goodman acknowledged that Indian Lake/Long Lake will be the team to beat in the division with strong pitching and an overall athletic team. Minerva/Newcomb always improves during the season, he said. “Once we get our positioning figured out and get a few games under our belt, we will be competitive,” said Goodman.

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Indian Lake-Long Lake expects to be at top of division INDIAN LAKE — The Lady Orange softball team is returning several starters from last year ’s team and should be the number one contender for the Division III championship, according to head coach David Olbert. “I am looking forward to all of our games and am anxious to play the stronger teams in D1 and D2,” he said. “I think we will be more competitive than last year ’s team.” This is Olbert’s first year with the team and their record last year was 6-6. The Orange will miss a strong outfield presence from Nicole Blanchard, Danielle Mitchell and Lindsay Skarrett who all graduated last year. Olbert sees his returning starters as fully capable to step up and fill in the holes, however. Returning players include senior Kaylie Miller who will start on the mound. She pitched last year and her arm has much improved for this season, according to Olbert. Senior Sierra Olbert will start behind the plate for Miller, while juniors Allison Pine, Murphy Farrell and Jenny Strain will fill in at first base, second base and third base. Junior Carli Reynolds will start at shortstop. The team welcomes five freshman to the varsity level, including Emma Gray. Gray will be shifting between pitching, third base and the outfield and Olbert expects to see good things come from the young player. “She puts in a lot of work in the off-sea-

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Olbert looks at Minerva-Newcomb as being their biggest rivalry in division play. Olbert is assisted by hitting coach Gary Gray and pitching coach Rick Miller who help out with all areas of practice beyond their specialty. “Being able to work with such experienced assistant coaches gives us a tremendous advantage,” said Olbert.

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Minerva • Newcomb MOUNTAINEERS Mountaineers look to battle Jaguars for division title MINERVA — The Minerva-Newcomb Mountaineers welcome back several returning seniors in hopes of being the team to beat in the South this year. Coach Edward LaCourse of Newcomb has been with the team for 13 years and expressed a lot of confidence in the players returning to the field this year. He will miss Kevin Yandon at first base, Sam Kelly as number one pitcher and Devin Tokarz in the outfield. They went 6 – 4 in the league and 7 - 5 overall in 2009. “They each leave significant holes in their positions, but we have worked hard to fill in those holes,” said LaCourse. He is expecting big things from Japanese international student Tatsuki Miyozato on the mound. “He is an outstanding player who has a good fast-ball and excellent off speed pitches,” said LaCourse. LaCourse believes Miyozato will be the difference between a first place finish and a second place finish behind Johnsburg. The Moutaineers also return three strong seniors including strong hitter and returning all-star Brandon Poulton,

Branden Tokarz in the outfield and Jesse Montanye as lead-off hitter and infielder. In a relatively young line-up, these three will make up the core hitting power for Minerva-Newcomb. “If these boys hit well and do their jobs in the field, we will be dangerous,” said LaCourse. LaCourse is also looking to get a lot out of sophomore Dylan Saville. He will be behind the mound with a great arm and should throw out a lot of runners, according to LaCourse. Seniors Roger Kelly and Sorravit Bunjongpean will see playing time at infield. Junior Jonas Urwyler will join them along with Sophomore Morgan Winslow at 1st base. The outfield will be complete with seniors Brandon Dunbar and Chi Ueawriyanuken, junior Cody Clickner, and sophomores Ben Fish and Calbert Galusha. LaCourse looks at Johnsburg as their biggest competition in the division, but is looking forward to seeing the strong Schroon Lake in sectionals as well as Crown Point in some non-league play.

Minerva-Newcomb Mountaineers Baseball Photo by Lindsay Yandon

Lady Mountaineers return solid talent for upcoming season first base and Tara Galusha switching off between catcher and outfield. Completing the infield will be seniors Emma Parsonson and Shelby Poulton, and sophomores Caelan Gould and Amanda Bellotti. The outfield will be led by senior Hillary Bureau, joined by juniors Shiori Takagi, Jae Lee, Anni Kostiainen, Charly Egli and Bridget Stith, and sophomore KayLeigh Soentik. The starting line-up for the Mountaineers boasts a lot of young players including six underclassmen with only three seniors. “Our youth may hold us back in the beginning,” said McGinn. “We should, however, have our game together by sectionals.” McGinn believes his team will be in contention with Johnsburg for the division title and will look to be successful in sectionals.

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MINERVA— The Lady Mountaineers only lost one senior to graduation last year — Chelsea Walsh at third base and will rely on returning players to excel at their positions. “We bring a lot of experience,” said coach Bruce McGinn. “We are certainly stronger positionwise than we were last year.” McGinn has been coaching softball for the past seven years. Last year the team went 2-8. The Mountaineers return fouryear-starter Larissa Roy at shortstop and as their number three hitter. Junior Laura Tokarz will lead the team from the mound and also bring solid hitting experience. Sophomore Marlena Peter brings tons of natural talent to the infield at second base. “She will be a driving force for the whole team,” McGinn said of Peter. McGinn also expects a lot out of sophomores Renna Yandon at

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Orange looks to recover from pitching loses INDIAN LAKE — After losing their entire pitching staff and welcoming first year coach John Boya, the Indian Lake/Long Lake Orange plans to stay competitive in their division. With the loss of seniors Alex Smith, Jordan Monthony and Jeff Reynolds to graduation last year, Boya will be rebuilding his pitching staff and acknowledges it is his biggest challenge. “They were a pivotal part of the success of last year ’s team,” said Boya. “They will be tough to replace.” Last year ’s team went 8-0 in the league, 15-2 overall and brought home a section VII championship. Returning seniors Zack Mitchell, Jordan Wallace and Ben Black will lead the team, according to Boya. Mitchell is known as the team’s all-around player and will pick up the slack from the mound as well as act as lead-off pitcher. “We will depend a lot on his talent and speed,” said Boya. Jordan will be strong behind the plate and Ben Black will play a varying role helping

with pitching and switching between infield and outfield. “Our strength is certainly that the players who are returning are very versatile,” said Boya. “Once they find their positions, we will be successful.” Boya admits it will be a learning process to find their groove from the mound and fit players with positions. Finding such groove will be key in determining their place in the league, he acknowledged. Junior infielders will include Hank Evatt and Connor Burgess, while sophomores Kevin Boya and freshmen Matt Moore, Colin Farrell and Taylor Wells will come off the bench to the infield. Junior Matt Rusch and freshman Dalton Aldous will play in the outfield. Boya acknowledged that Johnsburg will be the team to beat in the division, but Minerva/Newcomb will also be a difficult test. “I am not sure where we will stand in the league, but we will do out best to capitalize on out strengths - our hitting and defensive game,” he said.

Jaguar Baseball Roster Lance Baker Cory Gazaille Dustin Weller Travis Plansker Kevin Conner Matt Henry Taylor Ordway Ben Richards Darren Goodspeed Dylan Wolfe Chris Scott Liam Harrison Sean O’Neill

Jr Pitcher/Outfield Sr Outfield Soph Catcher/Outfield Jr 3rd Base Jr 2nd Base/Pitcher Jr Outfield Soph Infield/Outfield/Pitcher Jr Pitcher/1st Base Sr Outfield Jr Catcher/Outfield Soph Outfield/Catcher Soph Infield/Pitcher Jr Shortstop

Jaguars Baseball Schedule Tuesday, April 20 @ Minerva/Newcomb Monday, April 26 vs. Westport/Keene @ home Wednesday, April 28 vs. Minerva/Newcomb @ home Friday, April 30 @ Keene Monday, May 3 @ Indian Lake/Long Lake Wednesday, May 5 @ Willsboro Friday, May 7 @ Wesport Monday, May 10 @ Bolton Wednesday, May 12 vs. Schroon Lake @ home Thursday, May 13 @Bolton Saturday, May 15 @ Old Forge Wednesday, May 19 vs. Old Forge @ home

Lady Jaguar Roster Skye Allard Brittney Allard Kelly Blackhurst Chelsea Bromley Kelly Brown Cassie Cleveland Rachael Dunkley Sierra Galusha Cortina Greene Cassandra Prouty Meghan Sponable Kayla Tyrel Emily Walter Nicole Wardwell Margaret Welz

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Outfield Pitcher/2nd Base Catcher/Short Stop Outfield Outfield Catcher Outfield/Infield 3rd Base Pitcher Shortstop Outfield/Infield Outfield Outfield 1st Base Outfield

Lady Jaguar Schedule Tuesday, April 20 @ Minerva/Newcomb Monday, April 26 @ Wells Wednesday, April 28 vs. Minerva/Newcomb @ home Friday, April 30 @ Westport Monday, May 3 @ Indian Lake/Long Lake Wednesday, May 5 vs. Wells at home Friday, May 7 vs. Keene @Johnsburg Monday, May 10 @ Bolton Thursday, May 13 vs. Crown Point @ home

Johnsburg Tennis Schedule Friday, April 16 vs. North Warren @ home Monday, April 19 vs. Luzerne @ home Friday, April 23 vs. Schulerville @ home Monday, April 26 @ Corinth Wednesday, April 28 vs. Whitehall@ home Friday, April 30 vs. Argyle @ home

Indian Lake-Long Lake Orange Baseball Photo by Lindsay Yandon

Orange Baseball Roster Zack Mitchell Jordan Wallace Ben Black Matt Rusch Hank Evatt Connor Burgess Kevin Boya Dalton Aldous Matt Moore Colin Farrell Taylor Wells

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Pitcher/Infield Catcher Pitcher/Outfield Outfield Pitcher/Infield Infield Infield Outfield Infield/Outfield Pitcher/Infield Infield

Orange Baseball Schedule Friday, April 16 @ Lake Placid Wednesday, April 21 @ Willsboro Saturday, April 24 @ Westport/Keene Monday, April 26 vs. Minerva-Newcomb @ home Thursday, April 29 @ Hadley-Luzerne Monday, May 3 vs. Johnsburg @ home Wednesday, May 5 @ Minerva-Newcomb Friday, May 7 vs. Bolton @ home Monday, May 10 vs. Crown Point @ home Tuesday, May 11 vs. Willsboro @ home Monday, May 17 vs. Schroon Lake @ home

Lady Orange Roster Kaylie Miller Sierra Olbert Karisa Gessen Merrill Pine Allison Pine Murphy Farrell Carli Reynolds Jenny Strain Kelsey Tebo Colleen Nerney Meg Smith Emma Gray Prudance Dechene Morgan King Jessica Bain Emily Waters

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Lady Orange Schedule Friday, April 16 Tournament @ Lake Placid Saturday, April 17 Tournament @ Lake Placid Tuesday, April 20 @ Wells Saturday, April 24 @ Westport/Keene Monday, April 26 vs. Minerva-Newcomb @ home Wednesday, April 28 vs. Wells @ home Thursday, April 29 @ Hadley-Luzerne Monday, May 3 vs. Johnsburg @ home Wednesday, May 5 @ Minerva-Newcomb Friday, May 7 vs. Bolton @ home Monday, May 10 vs. Crown Point @ home Tuesday, May 11 vs. Willsboro @ home Wednesday, May 12 vs. Hadley-Luzerne @ home Monday, May 17 vs. Schroon Lake @ home

Mountaineer Roster Jesse Montanye Morgan Winslow Tatsuki Miyozato Brandon Poulton Branden Tokarz Dylan Saville Roger Kelly Brandon Dunbar Chi Ueawriyanuken Jonas Urwyler Cody Clickner Sorravit Bunjongpean Ben Fish Calbert Galusha

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Mountaineer Baseball Schedule Saturday, April 17 @ Lake Placid Tuesday, April 20 vs. Johnsburg @ home Monday, April 26 @ Indian Lake/Long Lake Wednesday, April 28 @ Johnsburg Friday, April 30 vs. Bolton @ home Wednesday, May 5 vs. Indian Lake/Long Lake @ home Friday, May 7 vs. Crown Point @ home Monday, May 10 @ Keene

Lady Mountaineer Roster Hillary Bureau Emma Parsonson Shelby Poulton Larissa Roy Shiori Takagi Jae Lee Anni Kostiainen Charly Egli Caelan Gould Bridget Stith Marlena Peter Amanda Bellotii Renna Yandon Tara Galusha KayLeigh Soentik Laura Tokarz

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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Name: Club Insurance Services, LLC (LLC). Articles of Organization filed with NY Dept. of State on 3/1/10. Office location: Warren County. NY Secretary of State (SOS) is designated as agent of LLC for service of process. SOS shall mail copy of process to 345 Bay Road, Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose: Any lawful act or activity. NE-3/13-4/17/10-6TC63103 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Articles of Organization for a limited liability company named WHS Lake George, LLC were filed with the New York Department of State on March 05, 2010. The principal business office of the LLC is to be located in Warren County at 5 Mill Road, Lake George, New York. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served, and the post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against it served upon him/her is PO Box 167, Lake George, NY 12845. The latest date upon which the LLC is to dissolve is January 20, 2110. The character or purpose of the business of the LLC is Food and Beverage Services and all activities incidental or complementary thereto, and such other activities as may be engaged in by a company formed under the Limited Liability Company Law. NE-3/13-4/17/10-6TC63125 -------------------------------LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Formation of limited liability company (LLC): Name: SDTS, L.L.C. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on March 3, 2010. Office location: Warren County (address below). SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC, 30 Oakwood Drive, Queensbury, New York 12804. Term: Perpetual. Purpose: To engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. NE-3/20-4/24/10-6TC63133 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company that was formed is: Bora Wealth Management Services, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on March 8, 2010. The office of said Limited Liability Company is located in Warren County.

The Secretary of the State of New York has been designated as agent of the Limited Liability Company upon whom process against said Company may be served and the post office address within the state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process is: Bora Wealth Management Services, LLC, 12 Pine Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. NE-3/20-4/24/10-6TC63145 --------------------------------

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served SSNY shall mail a copy of process to Beer Line Systems LLC 18 Stephanie LN, Queensbury, NY, 12804 purpose: any lawful purpose. NE-4/17-5/22/10-6TCABD SANCTUARY 67906 HOLDINGS, LLC, a -------------------------------domestic Limited Liability NOTICE Company (LLC) filed with LEGAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Sec of State of NY on that the Annual Budget Hearing 3/4/10. NY Office loca- of the inhabitants of the NewCentral School District, tion: Warren County. comb New York, qualified to SSNY is designated as Newcomb vote at school meetings in said agent upon whom district, will be held at the school process against the LLC house in said district on MonMay 10, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. may be served. SSNY day, for the transaction of such busishall mail a copy of any ness as is authorized by the process against the LLC Education Law. IS ALSO GIVEN that a served upon him/her to NOTICE of the statement of the The LLC, 39 Arbor Dr., copy amount of money which will be Glens Falls, NY 12801. required for the ensuing year for school purposes, exclusive of General purposes. monies, may be obtained N E - 4 / 3 - 5 / 8 / 1 0 - 6 T C - public by any taxpayer in the district NOTICE OF 63211 during the seven days immediFORMATION OF -------------------------------- ately preceding the Annual Budget Hearing, except Saturday, PROFESSIONAL or holidays at the LIMITED LIABILITY NOTICE OF FORMA- Sunday, school during reasonable hours. COMPANY. TION of LEON A report of tax exemptions, Name: Law Offices of HARRISBURG LLC Arts. showing how much of the total value on the final Deirdre O’Callaghan, of Org. filed with the Sec- assessed assessment roll or rolls used in PLLC. Articles of Orga- t'y of State of NY (SSNY) that budgetary process is nization were filed with on 6/7/2006. Office loca- exempt from taxation, shall be to the budget docuthe Secretary of State of tion, County of Warren. annexed New York (SSNY) on SSNY has been designat- ment. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that 3/5/10. Office location: ed as agent of the LLC petitions nominating candidates Warren County. SSNY upon whom process to fill the expired term of Robin for a five (5) year office has been designated as against it may be served. Deloria as member of the Board of Eduagent of PLLC for service SSNY shall mail process cation and the unexpired term of of process. SSNY shall to: The LLC, Harrisburg Wayne Draper (currently filled Drew Cullen) for a one (1) mail a copy of process to Rd., Stony Creek, NY by office as member of the 6 Veranda Lane, Queens- 12878. Purpose: any law- year Board of Education must be filed bury, NY 12804. Pur- ful act. with the clerk of the district no pose: practice of law. NE-4/10-5/15/10-6TC- later than April 19, 2010. Each petition must be directed N E - 3 / 2 7 - 5 / 1 / 1 0 - 6 T C - 63226 to the clerk of the district, must 63174 -------------------------------- be signed by at least twenty-five qualified voters of the district, -------------------------------state the residence of each NOTICE OF FORMA- must and must state the name ARTICLES OF TION OF LIMITED signer and residence of the candidate. ORGANIZATION OF LIABILITY COMPANY. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that PASE MEDIA LLC NAME: BIRCHWOOD voting on the proposed budget Under Section 203 of the RENTAL, LLC. Articles of for the 2010-2011, and for memof the Board of Education Limited Liability Company Organization were filed bers will take place on May 18, 2010 Law with the Secretary of from 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the FIRST: The name of the State of New York Newcomb Central School. ballots are available limited liability company (SSNY) on 02/12/10. Absentee for qualified voters, who on the is: Pase Media LLC Office location: Warren day of the Election/Budget vote, SECOND: The county County. SSNY has been will be absent from the Newwithin this state in which designated as agent of comb Central School District of duties, occupation, the office of the limited lia- the LLC upon whom because business, illness, physical disbility company is to be process against it may be ability, studies or vacation. located is: Warren Coun- served. SSNY shall mail Application for an absentee balbe received by the disty a copy of process to the lot must clerk or designee at least THIRD: The Secretary of LLC, 22 Silver City Road, trict seven days before the State is designated as Newtown, Connecticut election/budget vote if the ballot is to be delivered personally to agent of the limited liabili- 06470. Purpose: For any the voter. ty company upon whom lawful purpose. A list of persons to whom absenprocess against it may be NE-4/17-5/22/10-6TC- tee ballots have been issued will be available for inspection in the served. The address 63246 office during each of the within or without this state -------------------------------- district five days prior to the day of the to which the Secretary of election except Saturday, SunState shall mail a copy of NOTICE OF FORMA- day, or holidays, and this list posted at the polling any process against the TION of Silver also willonbethe day of the eleclimited liability company Chameleon LLC. Arts. of place tion/budget vote. served upon him or her is: Org. filed with NY Secy. of An absentee ballot must reach Pase Media LLC, c/o State (SSNY) on 3/17/10. the office of the district not later that StoneGate Capital Group Office location: Warren clerk/designee p.m. on the day of the elecLLC, City Place II, 17th County. SSNY is desig- 3:00 tion. Floor, Hartford, CT 06103 nated as agent of LLC Qualifications of a voter: Joel M. Hartsone (name upon whom process A. Citizen of the United States B. 18 years of age or older of organizer) against it may be served. C. Resident of the district for 30 N E - 4 / 3 - 5 / 8 / 1 0 - 6 T C - SSNY shall mail process days or more prior to the vote 63190 to: 25 East Branch Dr., Melissa Yandon, Clerk Board of -------------------------------- Queensbury, NY 12804. Education Newcomb Central School Purpose: any lawful activ- Newcomb, New York 12852 NOTICE OF FORMA- ity. March 2010 TION of Limited Liability NE-4/17-5/22/10-6TC- NE-4/3,4/17,5/1,5/8/10-4TC63127 Company(L.L.C). Ian 63250 ----------------------------------------Alexander, L.L.C. has -------------------------------PUBLIC HEARING AND filed Articles of OrganizaDISTRICT MEETING tion with the Secretary of NOTICE OF FORMA- ANNUAL Notice is hereby given that the State of New York TION OF BRASSEL Public Hearing and the District (SSNY) on 12/02/2009 in HERITAGE, LLC. Arts. of Meeting of the inhabitants of Warren County. The Org. filed with Secy. of Central School No. 1, Town of Lake, Hamilton County, SSNY is designated as State of NY (SSNY) on Indian will be held at the Central agent of the LLC upon 04/02/10. Office location: School in said district on Tueswhich process against it Warren County. Princ. day, May 11, 2010 at 7:00 P.M. for the transaction of maybe served. The office of LLC: 68 Rockwell as is authorized SSNY shall mail a copy of Rd., Queensbury, NY such by Education Law, residents any process to LLC at: 12 12804. SSNY designated qualified to vote in said district Warren St., Glens Falls, as agent of LLC upon will be able to vote at the Central in said district the followNY 12801. Registered whom process against it School ing week on Tuesday, May 18, agent is Leslie Nestor. 2010, between 12:00 noon and may be served. SSNY N E - 4 / 3 - 5 / 8 / 1 0 - 6 T C - shall mail process to the 8:00 o’clock P.M. is also given that a 63194 LLC at the addr. of its And notice of the statement of the -------------------------------- princ. office. Purpose: copy amount of money which will be required for the ensuing year for Any lawful activity. NOTICE OF FORMA- NE-4/17-5/22/10-6TC- school purposes, exclusive of public monies, may be obtained TION of P.E.I. TRADING, 63247 by any taxpayer, in the said disLLC Arts. of Org. filed -------------------------------- trict during the fourteen days immediately preceding the with the Sect'y of State of Hearing, except SaturNY (SSNY) on NOTICE OF FORMA- Public Sunday or holidays, at the 10/30/2009. Office loca- TION OF LIMITED LIA- day, Central School, Indian Lake, tion, County of Warren. BILITY COMPANY(LLC): hours 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. The street address is: 12 Beer Line Systems LLC, And notice is also given that nominating candidates Glens Falls Technical articles of organization petitions, for the office of member of the Park, Glens Falls, NY filed with the secretary of Board of Education must be filed 12801. SSNY has been state of New with the clerk of the district clerk later than Monday, April 19, designated as agent of York(SSNY)on 3/25/10 not by 4:00 p.m. the LLC upon whom office location Warren 2010 The following vacancy is to be process against it may be County SSNY has been filled on the Board of Education: served. SSNY shall mail designated as agent of 5 year/Term Callahan/Name of last process to: c/o Michael the LLC upon whom Patricia incumbent Badera, 12 Glens Falls process against it may be Each petition must be directed

SATURDAY April 17, 2010 to the clerk of the district, must be signed by at least twenty-five qualified voters of the district, must state the name and address of the candidate including at least the length of the term of office and the name of last incumbent. Applications for absentee ballots may be applied for from the District Clerk at the school. A list of all persons to whom absentee ballots have been issued will be available in the office of the Clerk on each of the five school days prior to the day of the election. Dianna Wilder Clerk of the District NE-4/3,4/17,5/1,5/15/10-4TC63166 ----------------------------------------ABSENTEE BALLOTS Voting by absentee ballot at the School Budget Vote is permitted by qualified voters of the school district who meet the eligibility requirements detailed in Section 2018-b of Education Law. The law requires that an applicant for such an absentee ballot shall submit an application setting forth (1) his name and residence address, including the street and number, if any; or town and rural delivery route, if any; (2) that he is or will be, on the day of the school district election, a qualified voter of the school district in which he resides in, that he is or will be, on such date, over eighteen years of age, a citizen of the United States and has or will have resided in the district for thirty days next preceding such date (3) that he will be unable to appear to vote in person on the day of the school district election for which the absentee ballot is requested because he is, or will be on such day (a) a patient in a hospital, or unable to appear personally at the polling place on such day because of illness, or physical disability or, (b) because his duties, occupation, business, or studies will require him to be outside of the county or city of his residence on such day; or, (c) because he will be on vacation outside the county or city of his residence on such day; or, (d) absent from his voting residence because he is detained in jail awaiting action by a grand jury or awaiting trial or is confined in prison after conviction for an offense other than a felony. Such application must be received by the district or designee of the trustees or school board at least seven days before the election if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or the day before the election, if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter. Application for an absentee ballot may be requested by writing to Ms. Dianna Wilder, Clerk of the Board of Education. The mailing address is, Indian Lake Central School, 28 W. Main Street, Indian Lake, NY 12842. The budget vote and election of one member to the Board of Education is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, May 18, 2010. NE-4/3,4/17,5/1,5/15/10-4TC63167 ----------------------------------------LEGAL AD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; On April 26, 2010, there will be a Public Hearing with a Regular Meeting to follow for the Town of Johnsburg Planning Board. To commence at 7:00 PM at Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY. Consideration will be given at that time to: Subdivision Application #208-09 Mr. Gregg Taylor Mr. Taylor applied to create a four lot subdivision on Route 28 just south of Village of North Creek, also known as Section 83 Bock 2 Lot 55. Site Plan Application # 149-10 Black Wolfe Mr. Suozzo has applied to open and operate an Engineering Office at 248 Main Street, North Creek, NY 12853 also known as Section 66.10 Block 2 Lot 15. Persons wishing to appear at such meeting may do so in person, by attorney or any other means of communication. Communications may be filed with the Board at such meeting. Town of Johnsburg Planning Board Marion Monroe NE-4/17/10-1TC-67944 ----------------------------------------LEGAL AD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; On April 26, 2010 there will be a Work Shop Session for the Town of Johnsburg Zoning Board of Appeals. To commence at 7:00 PM at Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY. Consideration will be given at that time to: Land Use Plan Regulations, Requirements and Enforcement. Persons wishing to appear at such meeting may do so in person, by attorney or any other means of communication. Communications may be filed with the Board at such meeting. Town of Johnsburg Zoning Board Secretary Marion Monroe NE-4/17/10-1TC-67943

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