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By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Area schools and first responders teamed up to raise awareness of drunk and distracted driving. The stage was set on Durant Road in Blue Mountain Lake, where a donated Dodge Durango was positioned in a fronton collision with a tree. Two students each from Indian Lake and Long Lake central schools were also set into positions that they likely would have fallen had the crash been real. Stage makeup was used to create a real life effect for the remaining high school students observing. Forest rangers, Hamilton County Sheriffs, fire and EMS from three communities used the mock accident as a practice in emergency response preparedness. An estimated 50 to 60 people responded to the scene and role played as they would in an actual emergency response. Personnel stated that in Blue Mountain Lake there would be a 12 to 15 minute response time and an approximate 20 minute lead on an ambulance to arrive. Students left the scene of the mock accident and convened at the Adirondack Museum for a debriefing and a mock trial of the vehicle operator. Ò Sending one text will add five points to your license,” said Trooper Cohan of Tupper Lake. Ò If you have one of these offenses in your first six months driving with a conditional license your license is gone. CONTINUED ON PAGE 4

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Looking back at the high school sports week Emergency responders took part in a mock accident with Indian Lake and Long Lake Central School students May 8 in Blue Mountain Lake


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NORTH CREEK Ñ The Ò Calendar GirlsÓ of North Creek are giving back to the North Creek Community. The Ò Adirondack State of Mind Ð Welcome to our North CountryÓ calendar committee will host a Champagne By the River gala event at the park next to the North Creek Railroad Station Sunday, May 25, 3 to 5 p.m. CONTINUED ON PAGE 4

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Minerva Central School inducts new National Honor Society members By Mike Corey MINERVA Ñ The ceremony was solemn, but the excitement was evident the afternoon of May 7, as the annual National Honor Society Induction took place at Minerva Central School. This national organization has been in place since 1921, and a chapter is located at MCS. The National Honor Society (NHS) honors students who demonstrate excellence in four important standards: scholarship, character, leadership, and service. A challenge for all NHS members is to maintain and further this excellence through active involvement in school activities and community service. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, the ceremony began with a selection from the MSC concert band along with the MCS Alma Mater, sung by the select chorus. Gabrielle McNally, President of the MCS chapter of the NHS, delivered a speech that introduced the lighting of the candles representing the four standards; this lighting was accomplished by current members Bridgett Mather, Sydney Barber, Angela McCall, and Dakota Bennett. Along with parents, friends and faculty, all MCS Middle School and High School students (and fifth grade students) were present in the audience. After another concert band offering, new members of the Junior NHS were Ò tapped,Ó followed by their introduction by Taylor Feiden. These new junior members are Shane BushLancaster and Meghan Dunkley. New members of the Senior National Honor Society were then Ò tapped,Ó and Jessica Hill introduced these new members: Taylor Feiden, Danielle McNally, Cheyenne Williams, and Karissa Wright. Gabrielle McNally congratulated all new members and administered the NHS pledge. Closing remarks were then given by Heidi Kelly, MCS Principal, followed by a reception that included cake and beverages. The MCS Faculty Council that is involved in the selection of all prospective members includes Tamerlane Feiden, Jedidiah Armstrong, Kevin Stockman, Bruce Hodgson, Kristine Perryman, and Edward Pagnotta. James Dorsey is the NHS Advisor. TOP: Jr. National Honor Society members, from left, Shane BushLancaster, Alexandria Johnson, Sara Paige Hodges, Riley Mather and Drew Deshetsky. Not in photo: Meghan Dunkley Senior NHS members, from left, Kylie Dimick, Angela McCall, Danielle McNally, Gabrielle McNally, Karissa Wright, Dustin Saville, Sydney Barber, Jessica Hill, Cheyenne Williams, Bridgett Mather, Taylor Feiden, Dakota Bennett and James Dorsey (Advisor). Photo by Mike Core

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Johnsburg sets incoming student events

JOHNSBURG — If your child(ren) will be five years old prior to Dec. 1, they are eligible to attend kindergarten during the 2014-2015 school year. If your child is not already registered at Johnsburg as a student, please call Jean Comstock in the Guidance Office at 251-4201 to register. If your child is currently a PreK student, they will automatically be placed in a kindergarten classroom at the end of this school year. Kindergarten Round-Up is not necessary for students who are already enrolled in the JCS Pre-K program. Parents of Children not currently enrolled at JCS can call Jean Comstock at 251-4201 to sign-up for kindergarten screening on May 23 from 2 to 3 p.m. All Parents should see Carol Fosdick, school nurse, with an updated physical and immunization records. If your child(ren) will be four years old prior to Dec. 1, they are eligible to attend prekindergarten during the 2014-2015 school year. Please call Jean Comstock in the Guidance Office at 2514201 to register your child for Pre-K.

Dems seek election workers

NORTH CREEK Ñ The Essex County Democratic Committee is seeking Registered Essex County Democrats for the upcoming 2014 Primary and General Elections for $11 an hour plus mileage (mileage paid if you work travel outside your home town). An additional $30 is paid for attending the training class for three hours plus mileage. Election days are Tuesday, June 24; Tuesday, Sept. 9; and Tuesday, Nov. 4. Those interested can send name and contact information to or 524-4041.

News in brief Brunch to benefit Adk. Arts program

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Ñ The fourth annual Ò Merry Brunch of May,Ó will be held Sunday, May 18, noon, at Blue Mountain Lake at the Hedges to benefit the AC’s Living Able Program, for adults with developmental disabilities and our Arts from the Start program, providing arts programs for children. Come support these vital programs all while enjoying great company, beautiful flowers and excellent food under the spring May Pole. Look for more details about the event at adirondackarts. org. Admission is $22 for adults, $12 for children under 12.

Church to hold special worship

NORTH CREEK Ñ Mountain View Community Church will hold a special worship service at the Tannery Pond Community Center on Sunday, May 18, at 11 a.m. Coffee and snacks will be available at 10:30 a.m. Kids ages 3 thru grade 6 will worship with Vertical KIDZ. We also have a nursery for kids two and under. Everyone is invited.

Loons and Logs at AIC

NEWCOMB Ñ The third annual Loons & Logs Day will take place at the Adirondack Interpretive Center Saturday, May 24, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The loons will be racing and chainsaws will be whirring this year. Events throughout the day will celebrate the historic spring movement of songbirds migrating and log drives. For more information, call 582-2000 or email

Palmer to present

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Ñ The MembersÕ Show at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will be held from May 8 through June 7. The AC will be showcasing the talent of its members the month of May. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

NORTH CREEK — North River artist Jan Palmer will fill the Widlund Gallery at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek from May 24 to June 25 with a retrospective display of some 50 years of paintings in watercolor and pastel. There will be a reception on Saturday, June 14, 5 to 7 p.m. at Tannery Pond Community Center, followed by a concert by The Saratoga Players. Details are available at

Wetlands Detective Workshop slated

Ski Bowl plant swap and sale

NEWCOMB Ñ The Wetland Detectives Training Workshop II - Birds and Plants, will be held Saturday, May 17, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Adirondack Interpretive Center. For more information, call 582-2000 or email

NORTH CREEK Ñ The Ski Bowl will hold a plant sale at the pavilion at Ski Bowl Park May 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Plants will sell for $1 to $5 most being $1 or $2. There are many different varieties of perennial flowers.

British Invasion concert set

Pot Luck dinner to be held

NORTH CREEK Ñ The North Country Singers, under the direction of Denise Conti, will present a British Invasion of North Creek Spring Concert in Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek on Sunday, May 18, at 2 p.m.

NORTH CREEK Ñ The Gore Mountain Seniors will hold their first evening pot luck of the year on Wednesday, May 28, at 5:15 p.m. at the North Creek Meal Site. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. followed by a short business meeting and Bingo. All North Creek seniors are invited. Bring a dish to pass.


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OTTG to host reading

NORTH CREEK Ñ North CreekÕ s Our Town Theatre Group announces the development of its Staged Reading program with Ò Almost, Maine.Ò The performance is a staged reading which will use actors and simple movement on the stage to help to dramatize the action and tell the story but actors will still have scripts in hand. The performance is Sunday afternoon, June 1, 2 p.m. in the Lyle Dye Auditorium at Tannery Pond Community Center. This staged reading of Ò Almost, Maine,Ó is free and open to the public. Almost, Maine is directed by OTTGÕ s Colleen Potter. No audition is necessary. Those interested are invited to attend the first read through on Wednesday, April 30, in the Lyle Dye Auditorium at Tannery Pond Community Center. They will read the script and participants will be assigned roles that evening. Rehearsals will be scheduled throughout May according to actorsÕ availability. Cast members need to be available for the June 1 performance. For more information see or email

Hospice Remembrance gathering scheduled

PORT HENRY Ñ High Peaks Hospice and Palliative Care will hold a special memorial service to honor the memory of those we have served and died between July 1, 2013 and Dec. 31, 2013, on Thursday, June 5, at 6 p.m. The service will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall located on 4253 Main Street. Each person is remembered by name and loved ones are invited to light a candle in their memory. With this service, a special invitation to other members of the community who have suffered a loss.

Primary election candidates night to be held

HAGUE Ñ The public is invited to attend a Primary Election CandidatesÕ Night for the Twenty First District Congressional seat on Wednesday, June 11, at the Hague Community Center. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for a meet and greet session. The event, is question and answer format, will start at 7 p.m. The following candidates will participate: Stephen Burke (D), Matt Doheny (R), Aaron Woolf (D) and Elise Stefanik (R). People are invited to submit questions in advance to be posed to the candidates that night. Submit your questions to: haguechronicle@ by Friday, June 6.

‘Forever Wild’ sketch comedy at AC

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Ñ The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will host Ò Forever Wild,Ó with local actors coming together to write, direct and perform their own skit show Friday and Saturday, June 13 and 14. Admission is $15/$10 for members. For information, call 352-7715 or visit

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Continued from page 1 The event will be a chance for the committee to celebrate the success of the calendar as well as give back to four local organizations with a total of $12,000 in donations. Nancy Beaudin, Committee Chair, said the venture, inspired by the 2003 British comedy titled Ò Calendar Girls,Ó sold over 600 copies. Ò Calendar Girls,Ó was the story of a group of women, Ò of a certain age,Ó who created a calendar feature models posed scantily clad. With the help of strategically placed props, the local photos were made humorous, amusing, positive and infectiously funny. Proceeds from the sales of the 2013 calendar will be used to give the donations, which will be handed out to the Elizabeth Nash Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis, North Country Hardship Fund, Johnsburg Emergency Squad and Hudson Headwaters Health Network. The gala will be free to the public, with finger foods, liquid refreshment and live music. Food contributions to the buffet table will be accepted. The Calendar Committee asks representatives from each organization accepting awards to contact Cindy LaPell at 251-2080 or Nancy Beaudin at 251-2240 with this information. Shannon Farrell, a Senior at Indian Lake Central School, was recently recognized at the Adirondack Area School Board Recognition Dinner at the Queensbury Hotel for her community service contributions. Shannon was one of 24 students in the WSWHE BOCES recognized for the award. Pictured is Shannon and her father, Tim Farrell. Photo provided

Mock accident

Continued from page 1 Every text that is sent takes the driversÕ eyes off the road for four to five seconds and makes you 23 times more likely to be involved in an accident.Ó The Ò driverÓ in this scene had a blood alcohol level of 0.19 percent and was also sending a text message at the time of the incident causing his focus to leave the road way and inevitably injuring two and fatally wounding the passenger. In New York State, the driver would be charged with Vehicular Manslaughter in the first degree carrying a 5 to 15 year sentence, additionally driving under the influence, distracted driving and underage drinking. Ò These events are a personal tornado, everything changes,Ó said Kerry Cummings, Hamilton County emergency services worker. Ò Now everyday will be (described as) Ô before the accidentÕ or Ô after the accidentÕ . Events like these impact relationships, ability to work, it changes the future.Ó At the end of the debriefing students were asked to take a pledge against distracted driving by taking a personal oath not to do so. Students took the oath home to share with their parents. Indian Lake and Long Lake students watch a mock accident.


247.......................Brandon 372....................Grand Isle 388...................Middlebury 425......................Charlotte 434....................Richmond 438...............West Rutland 453.......Bristol/New Haven 462......................Cornwall 475.........................Panton 482....................Hinesburg 545...................Weybridge 655......................Winooski 658....................Burlington 758........................Bridport 759.......................Addison 654,655,656,657,658,660, 860,862,863,864,865,951, 985....................Burlington 877...................Vergennes 769,871,872,878,879 ..................Essex Junction 893...........................Milton 897....................Shoreham 899......................Underhill 948..........................Orwell 888....................Shelburne



ON THE COVER: Jane Castaneda, June calendar page model, and friend Archie, out for a topless spin in Tom Goodman’s convertible, part of the “Adirondack State of Mind” calendar. Photo provided/David Braley

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Local school budget battle, while some fail, to hit levy cap

Indian Lake budget square By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen

INDIAN LAKE Ñ Collaboration with local schools and contract improvements put Indian Lake Central School on the path for budget success in the 2014-15 year. The total budget for the 2013-14 year was $5,983,341 Budget (13-14; 14-15 adopted) with a proposed $5,983,341; $6,110,339 $6,110,339 for the UP $126,988 - 2.1% 2014-15 year. Levy totals were for $4,454,597 for 2013Tax Levy (13-14; 14-15 adopted) 14 and $4,562,339 $4,454,597; $4,562,339 for 2014-15. UP $107,802 - 2.41% - under cap Ò We actively sought out imTax Rate (13-14; 14-15 estimated) proved contracts $6.96; $7.13 - UP 17 cents, 2.4% with retirement and wages and we have been proactive managing it,Ó said superintendent Mark Brand. Ò We came in below or tax cap of 2.54 percent with a number of 2.41 percent.Ó The tax rate for the district in 2013-14 was $6.96 per 1,000 assessed property value. The proposed estimated tax rate for 201415 will be $7.13. Fund balances were used in 2013 to keep the tax rate below the cap. For this coming year proposed fund balance use will be $813,244. Ò The past few years we have been working with other schools to keep our budget down and share services,Ó said Brand. Ò We also sought out a pellet boiler grant and a solar project grant.Ó Also on the ballot will be three propositions. The district would like to move $75,000 to a capital reserve account for use in purchasing a generator. They are also seeking a contingency of $600,000 to be set aside for the replacement of the two boilers that currently heat the building in the event that the grant for the pellet boiler does come to fruition. Lastly, the district is looking to replace a 65 passenger bus with a 35 passenger unit at $51,000 and a seven passenger van for $26,000. The budget and propositions will head to vote May 20, from 2 to 8 p.m. in the cafeteria.

ILCS Budget Snapshot

Johnsburg CSD budget holds firm By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen

JOHNSBURG Ñ With a district of 350 pupils, Johnsburg Central School created itÕ s budget focusing on maintaining their current levels and staffing. A tax levy increase of 2.3 percent has been proposed, coming in just shy of the 2.34 percent district cap. A $1 million dollar fund balance is also proposed for the 2014-15 year to help maintain the districts ability to stay Budget (13-14; 14-15 adopted) under the cap. $9,953,800; $10,268,173 Ò I feel this is a UP $314,373 - 3.16% fair budget,Ó said superintendent MiTax Levy chael Markwica. 2.3 % increase, below 2.34% cap Ò We arenÕ t adding back any of the positions lost in the Tax Rate past, but we arenÕ t $11.33 cutting anymore.Ó 2014-15 estimated The 2014-15 bud-

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LONG LAKE Ñ Programs were the number one priority in budget development for the 2014-15 school year in the Long Lake Central School District, which created a proposed tax levy that exceeds Budget (13-14; 14-15 adopted) the stateÕ s cap. A vote of 60 per$3,969,259; $4,104,403 cent or better will UP $135,144 - 3.4 be needed for the district to pass its Tax Levy (13-14; 14-15 adopted) proposed budget UP $44,616 - 3.36% due to a leap above OVER tax levy cap the levy cap by $44,616 a percentTax Rate (13-14; 14-15 estimated) age of 3.3576 percent. $4.16; $4.32 - UP 16 cents, 3.8% Long Lake made no staff or program reductions in this budget proposal. Ò Our kids are our priority,Ó said Superintendent Mary Dickerson. Ò The best thing we can do for them is to maintain programing.Ó The Long Lake tax rate has a proposed rise from $4.16 to $4.32 per $1,000 assessed property value. Gap Elimination adjustment was restored at an amount of $40,895 The budget comes with an overall price tag of $4,104,403, up from the 2013-14 voter-approved number of $3,969,259. In the 2013-14 year, a fund balance of $285,000 was used and the same number is proposed for the 2014-15 year. Ò This year we worked with a long range planning committee,Ó said Dickerson. Ò They went into the town and gathered budget information and ideas. We are going to continue this strategy, as a means to make sure what we are doing now is setting us up in the future.Ó The 2014-15 budget vote will be held Tuesday, May 20, from 2 until 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria.

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Budget concerns for Minerva School By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen

MINERVA Ñ In a district that has not been a stranger to budget contention, 2014-2015 seems to be playing out the same way. Ò I am anxious about this budget vote,Ó said Superintendent Timothy Farrell. Ò It exceeds the allowable levy increase, which requires a 60 percent vote. We attempted this last year with no success.Ó The district tax levy is proposed to increase 13.5 percent, a large jump from the 2.74 percent tax levy increase allowed under the New York State cap. The overall budget has increased from $4,950,507 in 2013-14 to a 2014-15 proposed number of $5,720,491. The Minerva district has a unique situation in that two townships are incorporated with different tax rates. The 2013-14 tax rates based per 1,000 dollars of assessed property value reflect as follows: Minerva $10.53; and Chester $9.85 for the 2014-15 year proposed num-

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Newcomb arrives at budget By Pete DeMola NEWCOMB Ñ Newcomb Central School now has a proposed budget for the 2014-15 school year. Clocking in at $5,993,631, itÕ s an increase of about $576,000 over last year Ñ and that includes nearly $2,000,000 for construction projects. Superintendent Clark Ò SkipÓ Hults said the district, like others in the region, did have to make general cuts, but were pleased that they did not have to reduce staffing this year. Budget (4-15 adopted) Ò The Newcomb $5,993,631 budget committee UP almost $576,000 worked very hard to come up with a budget with programs Tax Levy (13-14; 14-15 adopted) weÕ ve built our school $4,070,969; $4,402,624 and at same UP $331,655 - 8.15% - under cap upon time, were careful and cautious to taxpayers Tax Rate (14-15 estimated) and doing everything $3.55 homestead; $17.30 non to stay under the tax cap,Ó he said. At 8.15 percent, the projected levy of $4,402,624 is below the state-mandated 8.47 cap. The 2013-2014 levy was $4,070,969. A sizeable chunk of next yearÕ s budget came from tuition from foreign students, a program that Newcomb pioneered amongst North Country school districts. Ò ItÕ s amazing,Ó said Hults. Ò The numbers of exchange students with F-1 visas in public schools have multiplied tenfold in the past decade, from 6,500 in 2006 to 65,000 last year.Ó The estimated 2014-15 tax rate for homestead is $3.55 per $1,000 of assessed property value and $17.30 for non-homestead. Those numbers are up from $3.28 for homestead and $15.99 for non-homestead. Hults said all schools in the region could possibly benefit. The challenge is finding enough host families to house the students. Ò I believe this is going to be extremely important in sustaining North Country schools in the future,Ó he said. Two openings are available, including one five-year expired term vacated by George Damasevitz and an unexpired one-year term currently held by Marsha Chase. Two are running for those seats: Kevin Boland for the former and Chase, who is serving the remainder of a one-year-term and is running for election in her own right. The 2014-15 school budget vote will be held Tuesday, May 20, from 1 to 8 p.m. at the school.

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bers are $11.95 for Minerva and $11.18 for Chester. Ò The state is still Budget (13-14; 14-15 adopted) holding onto $90,000 $4,950,507; 5,720,491 in GEA (gap elimiUP $769,984 - 15.6% nation adjustment) funds,Ó said Farrell. Ò In 2014 we are usTax Levy (13-14; 14-15 adopted) ing a fund balance UP 13.5%- OVER tax levy cap of $50,000 to offset increases in the reTax Rate (13-14; 14-15 estimated) tirement system. We $9.85 Chester, $10.53 Minerva; are hopeful as the $11.18 Chester, $11.95 Minerva next step is cutting program and that is more difficult. Ò We are out of time and we just hope the community comes out to support us.Ó Farrell continued. The 2014-15 budget vote will take place Tuesday, May 20, 1 to 8 p.m. in the school lobby.




get has a price tag of $10,268,173; up $314,373 from the 201314 number of $9,953,800. The proposed tax rate is estimated at $11.33 per $1,000 assessed property value. Due to the gap elimination adjustment (GEA) the school will also see an increase in state funding at the rate of $175,000. Also rolled into the budget is a $109,000 allotment for the purchase of a new 42 passenger bus. Voting is set to take place from noon to 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium.


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Minimum wage: Where they stand


May 17, 2014

fter decades of dormancy, the labor movement seems to be finally stirring. And yet sadly this political awakening seems not to have yet reached the workers of the North Country. Just in the past year, the Washington city of SeaTac raised itÕ s minimum wage to $15 an hour, and other locales are considering similar measures. Socialist Alternative candidate Kshama Sawant, running as an open opponent of capitalism, won a city-wide election to join the Seattle City Council. Fast food strikes planned across the country and the world for May 15, by which time we will have gone to press, are expected to be the largest in history. But where is this newfound class-consciousness in upstate New York? ItÕ s not as if weÕ re lacking the requisite ingredients. We can see cavernous wealth disparity all around us. Nearby Franklin is the second poorest county in New York state. In Lake Placid, a supposed winter wonderland, the Cascade Acres trailer park is situated just a few minutes drive from the lavish Mirror Lake Inn. In what is perhaps an indication to which the exploitation of workers is not on our political leaders’ radar, few of the local politicians who we discussed the issue with spoke with confidence regarding the level of government at which the minimum wage for public and private workers could be raised. Lewis supervisor David Blades said he didnÕ t believe he had the power to raise the minimum wage at the town level, but even if he did, he likely wouldnÕ t support it. ÒI probably would not support a raise, but then again I might.Ó Essex County Attorney Daniel Manning said he didnÕ t believe the minimum wage could be adjusted at the town or county level, but he wasnÕ t sure. ÒI have no idea,Ó M anning said. ÒI tÕ s not anything thatÕ s ever occurred to me.Ó Willsboro Supervisor Shaun Gillilland said he didnÕ t know offhand at what level of government the minimum wage could be raised, but either way he would not support a pay hike for working families. ÒI think it kills economic development for small business,Ó G illilland said. North Elba Supervisor Robi Politi, who owns a real estate company, saw raising workersÕ pay as a non-issue. “I don’t think about the minimum wage,” Politi said. “I have bigger fish to fry.” Elizabethtown Supervisor Noel Merrihew said he didnÕ t think the minimum wage could be adjusted at the town or county level. But he would support tying it to cost of living adjustments. Moriah Supervisor Thomas Scozzafava said he thought the minimum wage could only be raised on the federal or state level. Ò( Otherwise) that would require home-rule legislation,Ó he said. ÒI f thatÕ s even possible.Ó Still Scozzafava said he supported raising the minimum wage, though he didnÕ t have an exact figure in mind. “I think the overall impact on the economy would be positive and it would reduce our dependency on social programs,Ó he said, adding there were large numbers of the working poor in the Adirondacks. ÒI f you work, in my opinion, you have the right to support yourself and a family.Ó Scozzafava continued, highlighting the pay gap between corporate executives and rank-andfile workers. ÒT hey pay their top people the equivalent of a thousand of their employees or more a year,Ó he said, before interjecting he was Òn ot against capitalism.Ó Those workers who make well above the minimum wage might believe the struggles of their more-exploited brethren do not effect their economic position. But such a view is shortsighted. Boosting the income of the lowest-paid workers will raise the salaries of higher-paid workers as expectations for fair compensation rise. On the other hand, reducing the pay of the lowest-paid workers will pull down the salaries of higher-paid workers as expectations for fair compensation drop. North Country laborers should vote their class interests. We should assess local candidates positions’ based on whether they benefit the working class and to what degree. Do our politicians support raising the minimum wage for working families? And if so, how large of a raise do they support? Are our politicians in favor of shifting the tax burden for necessary government services toward the rich? And if so, to what extent? In deciding for whom to vote, North Country workers should consider questions like these. Ñ Denton Editorial Board


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It’s time to turn things around


column about a HollyÒ We the People of the United wood movie star is not States in Order to form a more pergenerally a subject you would exfect Union, establish Justice, insure pect to see in one of my columns domestic Tranquility, provide for nor the subject of a conversation the common defence, promote the I might have with you if we met. general Welfare, and secure the Other than enjoying a good movBlessings of Liberty to ourselves ie, my opinion of most stars and and our Posterity, do ordain and their personal lives doesnÕ t rank establish this Constitution for the very high on my priority scale. United States of America.Ó As such you can imagine my To date he has had no legislaDan Alexander surprise when a recent interview tive takers on the request to sign Thoughts from of Richard Dreyfuss caught my the statement above which is the Behind the Pressline attention. Yes, the Richard DreyPreamble to the United States fuss, the Oscar winning actor Constitution. Dreyfuss hopes to who starred in American Graffiti, Jaws, Close get a half a million citizens to sign the PreEncounters of a Third Kind, Stakeout, What amble and then to call for a civil strike in the about Bob and Mr. HollandÕ s Opus among nation, where we the people do nothing for a many other feature films. 30 minute period É . no calling, no texting, no In the interview Dreyfuss was expressing business conducted, no traveling or any activhis concern about the direction of our nation ity of any kindÉ . to send a message loud and and his desire to use his celebrity status to clear to our government that we, the people, help create a renewed sense of ownership in are the sovereign power in this country and the country. Ò We must teach our kids how to their authority comes from the people and not run our country before they are called upon to the other way around. run the countryÉ . If we donÕ t someone else No doubt, this idea is over the top to prove will run the country,Ó according to Dreyfuss. a point, but letÕ s face it; our elected officials In 2009 he started a non-profit called The donÕ t listen to us. They continue to pass legisDreyfuss Initiative whose mission is to teach lation that doesnÕ t pertain to them. They spin our kids how to run the country with common the truth and focus on themselves and their sense and realism. Dreyfuss believes the lack futures far more so than ours. The federal govof a basic knowledge of civics and civility is ernment needs to be reigned in and certainly the root of what is ailing the country. I donÕ t have a better idea, nor have I heard He believes the United States didnÕ t just anything coming out of Washington that gives happen. For centuries people were under the me hope regarding the future of this country. controlling interest of oppressive regimes that They bicker and fight primarily about the difdictated everything from birth to death. Ac- ferences between the two parties, constantly cording to Dreyfuss, the America Revolution trying to get one up over the other. was the most important political message in Election after election we are told what they the history of human civilization and the mir- know we want and need to hear. Once elected acle of America, if not properly maintained, nothing changes, the federal government conwill continue on its path to decay. He believes tinues to grow out of control while the people we must start telling the story of this coun- continue to go further in debt supporting their tryÕ s birth with candor and honesty. Who we spending and poor governance habits. are and why we are who we are, will go far to If you are interested in learning more about regain our devotion to the true gifts we have The Dreyfuss Initiative go to www.thedreygiven to mankind; A nation by the people, for ItÕ s not on the website yet the people and of the people. but I think very soon they will have the opDreyfuss believes politics have taken cen- portunity for Americans to begin signing the ter stage in American government and not the Preamble to the US Constitution reaffirming US Constitution which should be central to our desire to be governed at the local level everything we do and not on the peripheral. with a federal government that respects the One interesting project Dreyfuss is trying to citizens they are elected to serve. launch is to see high ranking federally electDan Alexander is publisher and CEO of Denton Publicaed officials sign and commit to the following tions. He may be reached at statement:

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Bakers Mills News By Kjerstia Schilinski


Indian Lake Central School recently participated in Community Pride Day. Students were able to show their pride in their community. Pictured are students in eighth and ninth grades moving their way up Crow Hill Road cleaning the roadside. Many thanks to the students and teachers who took the time to help. Special thanks to Mrs. Curry and Mr. Reynolds. Photo provided

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To the News Enterprise: Thank you to everyone who came out May 3 to support our third Annual Ò Spring Run Off PartyÓ held at the Tannery Pond Community Center. Special thanks to Tom Volchek, Steven Smith, David Hyde, Wil Blackhurst and Sara Pierson for a great night of music. Thank you to the local businesses for your generous donations of gift certificates, raffle items, beverages and other items. ItÕ s inspiring when a community comes together for a great cause. We thank you all for helping us help others. We are now focusing on Wayne Stock VII to be held Aug. 2! Each year bigger and better! Hope to see you all there! Spread the word! NCHF North Creek

To the News Enterprise: Your Ò cartoonÓ of John Kerry was stupid and inappropriate. You published it which makes you as responsible as the dimwit author. An apology to your readers is in order. Robert Fradkin Brant Lake

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Question of the month Imagine that you found a little door in the back of your closet. What Might be behind it? Mrs. FlanaganÕ s Kindergarten Johnsburg Central School Scarlett McAuliffe - My momÕ s room might be behind the door. Christian Harvey - a D.S. with games that you play Jordan Fusco - a little shortcut that leads to a unicorn Amari Trent - a puppy Mason Wing - a little puppy barking Lucia Williams - a rabbit Keegan Mottram - 100 kitty cats Walter Hodgson - a beaver and a pond Trista Ellifritz - There is a tube that leads to another door and then there are pink people that have button eyes. Alissa Bennett - a giant castle Peyton Lawrence - a big giant Hannah Sharp - scary stuff like skeletons, bats, and vampires Mrs. KnickerbockerÕ s Kindergarten Johnsburg Central School Bailey Brown - Behind the door in the closet would be some toys.


uring a trip to Albany I recently fell on a beautiful white, but very hard, marble floor and Ò crackedÓ a rib or two. So I have been taking it easy and just rambling out the door and down the road to see and hear the birds, and watch the spring ephemerals do their magic before the tree leaves grab all the sun. I had not been outside here for a few days because of the Albany overnight trip, the pain, and a rainy day, so last Saturday when I walked along the cedar swamp on River Road I was amazed by the number of migrants that had shown up in that time. Warblers love to forage in the swamp, and across the road on the hill with big cedars and hardwoods many others sing to claim territories. Our two annual pairs of breeding Northern Waterthrushes, which look and behave like thrushes but are big warblers, are back again in their separated ends of the swamp. They have to have quiet swampÑ wetlands with tree coverÑ so they are fairly rare. Parula Warblers must still be moving through because IÕ ve heard a half dozen and actually saw one today. With the leaves still not out, birds are easier to see right now. IÕ ve watched the progress of a Downy Woodpecker nest hole as the bird digs out a very round hole a little more every day. Nest holes are always round, so look for them. Once the young are begging for food, you can hear and see them very easily. Ruby-crowned Kinglets, the tiny ecstatic migrants who sing on their way to the boreal heights of our High Peaks, have been a delight to hear for the over two weeks. Loud and musical, the song bounces along ending with three or four rising Ò giddyyupsÓ . Another tiny bird, four inches long, has the longest song Ñ often seven seconds — and it is the first bird to sing in the spring after the brown creeper, which is here all winter so has a head

Noah Bennett - There might be a monster! Tristin Campbell - There might be a bunch of garbage! Chase Denno - There could be a teddy bear. Lucas French - If I looked behind the door, I think there would be candy, because the door is magical! Marley Lewis - If I looked behind the door, I think I’d find a mouse Hawk Millington - I think there would be toys behind the little door in my closet. Stephen Millington - I think that behind the magic door is a toy dinosaur! Ember Monroe - I think I’d find a land that I’d never seen before! Haley Mosher - Behind the door, I would see high heel shoes! Rowan Olesheski - I think of my closet door having another door on the wall, and thereÕ s a magical forest behind it. Sadie Porter - I think that behind my little closet door is a bunny. Lexi Sharp - I think I’d find one of my stuffed animals. Craig Ward - I wish I could find a Mickey Mouse toy! start. Troglodytes troglodytes (the name bigger than it) is not really shy but it likes thick coniferous forest for nesting. It gleans insects from rotting piles of dead logs and branches on the ground, bobbing and teetering along in plain sight if you happen along. And they sing for you at eye level, claiming their bit of the forest and hoping to attract a mate. Recently I watched one with my wonderful new binoculars from about 30 feet away. It warbled its very high, ethereal song from the tip of an up-slanting dead branch as it paused on its dancing way. WrensÕ short tails usually stick straight up but this was pointed forward and trembling while being waved sideways. The whole bird shakes with the effort of making the song. The tail waving is part of the maleÕ s display while not singing, too. These Winter Wrens make their twiglet nests in tree cavities, in and under stumps, in dirt stream banks, and I think here most often in upturned root masses, usually near some kind of water. They are known to immerse their whole heads when picking out aquatic insects from the water. I have seen a tightly packed twig nest squeezed into a three inch oval depression in a tafone, the strange rock cavities lined with Ò honeycombÓ , near 13th Lake. The males have the odd habit of building many Ò dummyÓ nests nearby, perhaps distracting predators from the real one. My small, light-weight binoculars are Pentax Papillio 6.5-by21, having the incredibly close focus of a foot and a half. Which means I can also see the tiny butterflies landing on the dirt to bask, and on mud to Ò puddleÓ for minerals, well enough to identify them. I wasnÕ t carrying them when I saw a long-legged phosphorescent blue beetle-like insect, however. Now I never go out without them.

Ramblings By Evelyn Greene

hat a beautiful weekend despite the very early rain and being very windy. It is great to be outside and not see that many bugs yet. But beware. Many have see ticks so be cautious when out enjoying the weather. Ron and Kathy Allen enjoyed a week in Vermont. KathyÕ s sister Õ s Noreen and Lorna, shared in the care of their mother, Emma ParsonÕ s. Emma did end up going to the hospital during this time. Skyler Castro, age 9, was able to come home from Albany Medical Hospital. Hope all you ladies enjoyed a great Mother Õ s Day with family. We are all mother Õ s to others that we care about. Everyone is invited to attend the 90th birthday for Muriel LaPoint on Saturday, May 17, on Waddell Road in Wevertown. It will be held at the home of Deana Wood. It was be from 1 to 7 p.m. Food and music will be enjoyed by all. Stop by and enjoy. On May 18 Wade Hammond will be in concert at the North River Methodist Church. Pot Luck Supper will begin at 5:30 p.m. with concert to follow. Victor Dunkley is home after spending a great winter in Florida. He had a good doctor Õ s appointment before heading north. Bret Dunkley from Alaska spent several days with family recently. Duane and Nancy Dunkley from Nevada will be at their Bakers Mills Home for awhile before starting on their travels again. I enjoyed a day out with Dad one day last week. Going to Sears and having lunch at the Golden Corral. Fabiann Conlon took his sister, Keisha Sprague to an appointment inh Alobany one day last week. They enjoyed lunch out. Sorry to hear about the death of Barbara Millington Davis and Kyle Dunkley. Welcome to our part time neighbors in their new home where John and Ada Cleveland use to have a trailer and live for so many years. Great to see lights on in the evening. Happy Birthday to:Wendy Millington, Kiera Warner, Geraldine Chambers, Rose Millington Smalldon, Caleb Dunkley, Timothy Noel, Billy A. Thomas, David Dalaba, George Dunkley Jr, Brendon Farrell, Archie Grimes, Karl Lawrence, Lydia Knickerbocker, Eloise Noel, Jeremy Otruba, Gavin Cleveland, Boyd Corliss, Amber Millington, Leah Werger, Hunter Millington, Rollie Cleveland, Lori Pennock, Adam Richards, Muriel LaPoint (90). Kjerstia Schilinski, Alex Harris, Eileen Garrett Happy Anniversary to: Dick and Suzy Virgil, Mike and Penny Allen. Enjoy each and every day.

Mill Creek Musings By Jan Nickerson


ay is that wonderful time of year when the trees begin to leaf, lilacs bloom in the dooryard, and daffodils sprout in the garden. IÕ ve been attending a class in Saratoga. Usually that town blooms early, but even there spring arrived late this year. The thing I like about Saratoga is that instead of school crossing guards they have horse crossings. I often have to stop while a couple of beautiful animals and their riders pass in front of my vehicle. I never mind waiting. It is such a unique experience. But I must take care not to become too enamored with Saratoga. Wevertown has the constant hum of the creek as the water flows over boulders. The neighborsÕ free range chickens visit by day and the deer arrive at dusk. Birds frequent the feeders, hummingbirds and butterflies flit around the garden. On a spring day when the sky is blue and the warm sun is shining I remember why I chose to live here. I wouldnÕ t trade places with anyone.

Chicken ‘n Biscuit Dinner

POTTERSVILLE Ñ The Pottersville United Methodist Church will be holding a Chicken & Biscuit Dinner, June 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. Meal includes chicken & biscuits, beverage, and dessert. Adults: $10, Children: $5, Under 5 free All you can eat & take out available.

Pet-A-Palooza to be held

WARRENSBURG Ñ Curtis LumberÕ s Pet-A-Palooza will be held June 14 from 10 to 3 p.m. at select Curtis Lumber locations. Adoptable animals from over 80 area shelters from New York and Vermont will be available for adoption. For list of locations, participating shelters, and rescue groups attending, visit or clpetapalooza.

Hockey team coming to Glens Falls

GLENS FALLS Ñ The Calgary Flames announced that the American Hockey LeagueÕ s Board of Governors has approved the relocation of the franchise owned by the Flames from Abbotsford, B.C., to Glens Falls, beginning with the 2014-15 season.

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Week in sports


Johnsburg 5, Chazy 1 In a game that only saw two hits, the Jaguars scored a victory over Chazy May 12 without collecting one for themselves. While being no-hit by Chazy pitching, Johnsburg was able to score three in the first inning and two more in the second for the win. Ty Berg struck out five in seven innings and allowed the only two hits of the game. Crown Point 8, Minerva/Newcomb 2 Kolby Pertak and Jaice Spring combined to allow just three hits as the Panthers defeated the Mountaineers May 12. Spring added a pair of doubles offensively, while Sam Millington connected on a triple and Gabe Macey a double in the win. Westport 13, Minerva/Newcomb 6 Westport scored 10 runs in their final three trips to the plate to pull away from the Mountaineers May 9. Kaleb Helms and Andrew Sponable each contributed a pair of hits and RBI while Aiden LaCourse added a pair of hits in the loss. Indian Lake/Long Lake 5, Elizabethtown-Lewis 1 Henry Sandiford allowed only three hits and one run in earning a complete game victory for the Orange against Elizabethtown-Lewis May 9. Sandiford struck out 11 batters while collecting a pair of hits at the plate. Shane Short also had a pair of hits for the Orange.

AIR CHEYENNE: Looking a lot like a popular shoe logo, Cheyenne Williams delivers a pitch for the Minerva/Newcomb varsity softball team. hoto by Nancy Frasier

Schroon Lake 12, Johnsburg 4 Eric Paradis went the distance on the mound for the Wildcats in defeating the Jaguars May 8. Jordan DeZalia had three hits, including a double, for the Wildcats, while Ryan Beattie had a trio of hits and Logan Mitchell added a double in the win. Jimmy Morris is a double as part of a multi-hit game for the Jaguars while Ty Berg also had a pair of hits. Nate Prouty and Kyle LaBounty also had doubles. Chazy 5, Minerva/Newcomb 3 Chazy scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull ahead of the Mountaineers May 7. Andrew Sponable went the distance on the mound for the Mountaineers, limiting Chazy to five hits. Westport 6, Indian Lake/Long Lake 4 The Orange scored two runs in their final at-bat but were unable to overcome a four-run fourth by the Eagles May 7. Pitchers Curtis Seaman and Henry Sandiford, along with catcher Shane Short, each had a pair of hits. Seaman pitched the first six inning while Sandiford relieved in the seventh. Chazy 9, Indian Lake/Long Lake 2 Chazy scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning to pull away from the Orange May 6. Shane Short had the lone extra-base hit, a double, for the Orange, while Curtis Seaman had a pair of hits and Josh King tallied the other base hit for the team. Henry Sandiford pitched into the seventh and took the loss.


Crown Point 11, Minerva/Newcomb 1 The Lady Panthers showed they are still the team to beat in Class D, scoring a convincing win over the Lady Mountaineers May 12. Maria Malone pitched a complete game two-hitter, allowing only one run and striking out eight. Amamda Wolf, Mara Vradenburg and Logan Harrington each connected on doubles as part of two-hit nights for the Panthers, while Brittany Foote also added a double to the effort. For the Mountaineers, Mary LaBar and Danielle McNally each hit a double. Minerva/Newcomb 24, Westport 9 Tied at 8-8 in the fifth inning, the Lady Mountaineers scored four in the top half of the inning and 11 more in the sixth to pull away from Westport May 9. Astasia Myler connected for a double and home run and had another long shot that was just foul over the left field pole. The Mountaineers took advantage of 19 walks by EaglesÕ pitching. Schroon Lake 11, Johnsburg 3 The Lady Wildcats scored seven runs in the first inning to jump out to an early lead in defeating the Lady Jaguars May 8. Makayla Denno and Paige Guy each hit a double for the Jaguars. Minerva/Newcomb 18, Chazy 0 Cheyenne Williams kept Chazy off the scoring and hit lines of the scoreboard, throwing a no-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead the Lady Mountaineers to a win May 7. Gabrielle McNally had four hits, including a double and triple for the Mountaineers, a home run shy of the cycle, while Astasia Myler was a triple shy of the cycle with a pair of singles, a double and home run. Mary LaBar, Bethany Veile and Sydney Barber also had doubles in the win.


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Johnsburg 29, Willsboro 4 The Lady Jaguars offensive attack led the way to a win against Willsboro May 7. Paige Guy had five hits for Johnsburg, while Courtney Allard and Meghan Pierson each had four hits, Laura Richards three, Makayla Denno two and EmmaLee Ellsworth two. Valeri Gereau, who recorded the win on the mound, had a double at the plate.

NY21 Green Party candidate launches campaign as GOP fight turns rancorous By Pete DeMola GLENS FALLS Ñ Matt Funiciello, the Green PartyÕ s candidate for Congress, formally announced his candidacy to replace retiring Congressman Bill Owens (D-Plattsburgh) at the Rock Hill Bakehouse, the bakery he owns and manages in Glens Falls, on Wednesday, May 7. Nearly 100 voters came to hear the candidate speak. Ò The kickoff showed just how fed up people in the district are with the false divide in politics,Ó said Funiciello in a written statement. Ò They are tired of sending representatives to Washington who are funded by, and represent, big corporate interests.Ó The major political parties, said Funiciello, only exist to represent the elite. Ò I donÕ t understand why anyone would vote for either of them if they self-identify with workers,Ó he later told the News Enterprise in a phone interview. Ò What good has having a Democratic or Republican representative done for you in your lifetime? ThatÕ s not a conservative or liberal issue Ñ thatÕ s just common sense and I want to bring that Adirondack viewpoint to the House.Ó At the event, Funiciello reiterated his platform, which includes single-payer health care, building local jobs at living wages, cutting defense spending and making sure corporations, Ò pay their fair share.Ó Funiciello said these are all Ò majoritarian issuesÓ supported by the American public and

that he was disappointed that the Green Party would not see a primary following Don HassigÕ s removal from the ballot last month. Ò WeÕ re all a little disappointed because this would have been a great platform to discuss the issues,Ó he said. In response to those who may curdle at the very mention of the Green Party and the public pillorying of Ralph Nader following his 2000 presidential campaign that some believe siphoned away votes away from progressives and handed the election to George W. Bush, Funiciello called it a non-issue. FIVE WEEKS FunicielloÕ s launch came during a week that saw the internecine fight between the GOP grow increasingly bitter in the run-up to the primary election on June 24. Matt Doheny, an investment fund manager from Watertown, flogged fellow Republican hopeful Elise Stefanik for her failure to sign a pair of pledges. One was the Taxpayer Protection Pledge from Americans for Tax Reform, an antitax group helmed by Grover Norquist, a kingmaker in Republican politics whose star has faded in recent years. Doheny also blasted Stefanik, the Willsboro-based candidate, for her refusal to sign a pledge by an outside group to repeal the SAFE Act, the controversial law that was passed by the state legislature, and signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, in the aftermath of the Newtown incident. Ò Unfortunately, North

Country voters have seen this movie before Ñ ambitious Washington insider who claims to be a lifelong gun owner, flip-flops when outside political groups bring pressure,Ó said Doheny in a written statement. Ò Words are not enough, law abiding gun owners have been betrayed before.Ó Despite the Doheny campaignÕ s strong push on social media and via written statements denouncing Stefanik for her refusal to sign the pledge, the campaign did not publicly draw attention to the fact that the implementation of the SAFE Act is a state issue Ñ not a federal one Ñ and criticizing Stefanik for her refusal to sign the pledge may come across as disingenuous to voters in the gun-heavy district. Ò Where was Doheny on the SAFE Act when it mattered,Ó combated the Stefanik campaign in a written statement that cited the forums she attended to facilitate discuss on the issue that Doheny did not attend. And on taxes: Ò As IÕ ve made very clear to the voters of this district over the course of the campaign, I have pledged that I will not vote to raise taxes,Ó said Stefanik in a written statement, citing her background in small business.Ó On Tuesday, May 13, Stefanik announced a series of endorsements from the Essex County Board of Supervisors. All 13 of the Republican lawmakers Ñ including one independent Ñ endorsed her candidacy, making it a clean sweep along party lines. Four other supervisors Ñ Board Chairman Randall Douglas, Gerald Morrow,

Stephen McNally and Daniel Connell Ñ have not publicly endorsed a candidate in the race. DEMS As for the Democrats, Macomb town board member Steven Burke lost his appeal to the state supreme court in Albany on Thursday, May 8, leaving Elizabethtown resident Aaron Woolf cruising unopposed as he prepares for NovemberÕ s general election. Visit to read the full article.

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Events: Friday, May 16

LONG LAKE — “Charlotte’s Web, the Musical,” Long Lake Town Hall. 7 p.m. $15 admission/$10 AC members, $6 kids 12 and under. To contact the AC call 352-7715 or visit our website

Ongoing: Monday-Friday

LONG LAKE — Noon at the Long Lake Nutrition Site. Serving lunch to our seniors. All welcome! Call Teresa Tice at 6245221.

Every Tuesday

LONG LAKE — 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meet in the lower level of the Wesleyan Church.

Every Wednesday

LONG LAKE — 9 a.m.-noon, Long Lake Archive building is open to the public. (518) 624-5374 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting at the Long Lake Wesleyan Church.

Every Thursday

LONG LAKE — 10 a.m. Swim bus departs from St. Henry’s Church in Long Lake for therapeutic swim in Tupper Lake. Call 624-3077 to sign-up. 5-7 p.m. Knitting and crochet circle! For more information call the CVW Long Lake Public Library at 624-3825.

Every Friday

NORTH CREEK — North Creek Railway is proud to offer a 5 hour round trip scenic lunch tour with convenient daylight ten a.m. departure and 3 p.m. return. A first class dining experience with warm comfortable seating and scenic views. For more info call (518) 618 3595

Every Saturday

LONG LAKE — 6 p.m. Adult Worship Service, Student Ministry (grades 7 to 12) at Sullivan House, Kings Kids (grades 3 to 6) in the Lower Level at the Wesleyan Church. NORTH CREEK — North Creek Railway is proud to offer a 5 hour round trip scenic lunch tour with convenient daylight ten a.m. departure and 3 p.m. return. A first class dining experience with warm comfortable seating and scenic views. For more info call (518) 618 3595

Every Sunday

NORTH CREEK — North Creek Railway is proud to offer a 5 hour round trip scenic lunch tour with convenient daylight ten a.m. departure and 3 p.m. return. A first class dining experience with warm comfortable seating and scenic views. For more info call (518) 618 3595

Every Third Tuesday

North Creek — 3:30 p.m. American Legion post 629 meeting at the North Creek Firehouse. Old and new members are welcome QUEENSBURY — registration for SUNY Adirondack summer enrichment for youth registration is now open. Program dates are: Monday thru Thursday, July 7-24, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at both Queensbury campus and Wilton Center locations.. Registration materials should be submitted by June 13. Registrations occurring after this date are subject to availability. The cost is$118-$155. Contact: 743-2238

Saturday, May 17

LONG LAKE — “Charlotte’s Web, the Musical,” Long Lake Town Hall. 2 p.m. $15 admission/$10 AC members, $6 kids 12 and under. To contact the AC call 352-7715 or visit our website NEWCOMB — Wetland Detectives Training Workshop II Birds & Plants Saturday, 9 a.m. until noon, Adirondack Interpretive Center.

Sunday, May 18

LONG LAKE — Merry Brunch of May, noon, Blue Mountain Lake at the Hedges to benefit the AC’s Living Able Program. Adults $22; children under 12 are $12. NORTH CREEK — The North Country Singers will present a British Invasion of North Creek Spring Concert in Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek at 2 p.m. NORTH CREEK — Mountain View Community Church will hold a special worship service at the Tannery Pond Community Center at 11 a.m. Coffee and snacks will be available at 10:30 a.m. Kids ages 3 thru grade 6 will worship with Vertical KIDZ. A nursery for kids two and under. Everyone is invited.

Thursday, May 22

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will be offering dance classes on Thursday evenings for youngsters with Sue Ann Wallace of the Old Forge Ballet Company. To contact the AC call 352-7715 or visit

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NEWCOMB —Third Annual Loons & Logs Day Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Adirondack Interpretive Center. NORTH CREEK — The Ski Bowl will hold a plant sale at the pavilion at Ski Bowl Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Plants will sell for $1 to $5 most being $1 or $2. NORTH RIVER — The North River Cemetery Committee is looking for volunteers for Cemetery Clean Up Day Planned 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers will meet at the new North River cemetery at 9 a.m. If you should have any questions please contact Roxanne Freebern at 251-4129.

Wednesday, May 28

NORTH CREEK — The Gore Mountain Seniors will hold their first evening pot luck of the year at 5:15 p.m. at the North Creek Meal Site. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m., followed by a short business meeting and Bingo. All North Creek seniors are invited. Bring a dish to pass.

Thursday, May 29

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will be offering dance classes on Thursday evenings for youngsters with Sue Ann Wallace of the Old Forge Ballet Company. To contact the AC call 352-7715 or visit

Saturday, May 31

NEWCOMB —The Art of Expressive Drawing with artist Frances Gaffney, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Adirondack Interpretive Center, Pre-registration required. Suggested supplies.

Thursday, June 5

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will be offering dance classes on Thursday evenings for youngsters with Sue Ann Wallace.

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37' 1985 LORD NELSON VICTORY TUG D IB 136 BMW $119,000 Bruce Hill Yacht Sales, Inc. 4520 Harbor Road Shelburne, VT 802-985-333 51' 1986 BLUEWATER 51 G T/IB 350 $98,000 Bruce Hill Yacht Sales, Inc. 4520 Harbor Road, Shelburne, VT 802-9853336 AUTO'S WANTED CASH FOR CARS: Any Make, Model or Year. We Pay MORE! Running or Not, Sell your Car or Truck TODAY. Free Towing! Instant Offer: 1-800-871-0654 TOP CASH FOR CARS, Any Car/Truck, Running or Not. Call for INSTANT offer: 1-800-454-6951 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 14' Adirondack Guide Boat complete w/trailer, oars, cover & cherry caned seats. Never been used. $5500 firm. 518-642-957 1979 Southwind Motorhome, 27', sleeps 6, self contained generator, micro oven, everything works. Firm $3500. 518-494-3215 20' SeaRay Bowrider, blue, 1979, V8 M/C, 5.7L Mercruiser, galvanized trailer, mooring cover, $2798. Sue 973-715-1201 2008 Keystone Cougar Xlite Travel Trailer, 26', 1 slide, sleeps 6-8, bunks, polar package, TV, many extras, one owner, mint condition, $15,000. 518-494-7796

26 FT BAYLINER, 1992 Mercruiser I/O, trailer, bridge enclosure, power tilt/trim VHF, AM/FM, spare propeller, 2 down riggers, head, frig, extras. Sleeps six. $8500. Bridport, VT, Lake Champlain (802) 758-2758 MOTORCYCLES 2004 Harley Davidson Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic, 13,000 miles, must see, $13,000. 518547-8446 WANTED: ALL MOTORCYCLES BEFORE 1980! Running or not. $$TopCash$ Paid! 1-315-5698094.

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AUCTION LEWIS COUNTY REAL PROPERTY TAX FORECLOSURES. 70 Properties May 21 @ 11AM. Elk's Lodge #1605 Lowville, NY. (800) 243-0061. HAR Inc. & AAR Inc. FREE brochure: Buy or sell at Contents of homes, businesses, vehicles and real estate. Bid NOW! Lights, Camera, Auction. No longer the best kept secret.

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showing how much of ital Reserve Transfer - ing on June 30, 2019 AND FURTHER NOTICE of Election before the the total assessed value and to succeed Michelle Generator close of the polls. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the final assessment SHALL the Board of Ed- Hutchins, whose term pursuant to a rule adoptroll or rolls used in that expires on June 30, AND FURTHER NOTICE ucation of the School IS HEREBY GIVEN, that budgetary process is ex- ed by the Board in ac2014. District be authorized to cordance with #2035 (1) increase the cost of 6. To elect one (1) the qualified voters of empt from taxation, News May 17, 2014 Enterprise - 15 and #2008 of the Educathe capital project ap- member to the Board of the School District shall shall be annexed to the tion Law, any referenda proved by the voters on Education for a four (4) be entitled to vote at budget document. said annual vote REAL and ESTATE or SERVICES propositions to HOME IMPROVEMENTS HOME IMPROVEMENTS REAL ESTATE ESTATE AND FURTHER NOTICE TREE year termREAL commencing December 15, 2009 (the Capital Project) by an July 1, 2014 and expir- election. A qualified vot- IS HEREBY GIVEN, that amend the budget, othHAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFTED 1 ACRE OF LAND at Wood Rd., Tree Work Professional Climber er is one who is (1) a petitions erwise to be submitted additional $75,000; (2) ing on June 30, 2018 nominating OR SETTLED? Contact Woodford West Chazy, NY, close to schools, experience forofvoting at saidw/anyeleccitizen of PARADOX the United AFFORDABLE HEAT with a HOME candidates FOR SALE By for the w/decades office to succeed establish a Capital Re- and BUILDING ANDLeonard LOT in Moriah Brothers Inc, for straightening, thing from removals nice location. Please call 518-493to tion,difficult must be filed with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- serve Fund in an amount States of Owner, America,Schroon (2) ofLake MAXIM OUTDOOR WOOD PELSchool 1.3+ acres, driveway, member of the Board Franco, who paved resigned 2478 for more information. tasteful selected pruning. leveling, foundation and wood the Minerva Board ofFully Edyears EN: Town of Johnsburg of age or of 1Education LET FURNACE by Central Boiler. District, 3 bedroom, bath, ful- shall be townthe water andofsewer. be Board Edu- Caneighteen not to exceed $75,000, from equpped & insured. frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN. ucation on or Michael before resident 2 garages, Planning Board will be older, and ly(3) Burns wood pellets. Boivin Farm renovated, shed, used in for residential filed with the Clerk of October 2013. and/or with a probable term of cation Emelianoff 518-251-3936 April 11, 2014 at 5:00 within the large School holding"Not their May meet- ten years, for the pur- 7.commercial, Supply 802-475-4007 fire Displace, $149,900. Any other Asking business$45,000. said SchoolNoDistrict not applicable in Queensing county" thirty See on May 19, 2014 ADIRONDACK at ownerofterms. 518-546-3568 lawfully put before the trict for a period pose of “BY financing the adlaterforsalebythan Friday, April pm prevailing time; must OWNER” be typed or printed in (30) days next preceding Listing 7:00 pm at Tannery voters. ditional cost of the Capibetween Fishing 9:00 11, 2014 ID# 1000+ photo For A Good English, must beDeal? directvote and Pond Community Centhefor con- NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN the annual23972428. am and 5:00 pm. Each listingstal of Project local realand estate BE ENERGY INDEPENDENT with ed to the Clerk of the election. The School dister, 228 Main Street, Catch The Greatest that a copy of the statestruction of additions to petition shall be directed REPLACEMENT WINDOWS $189 sale, vacation rentals & timean OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE trict 3may require all per- to the Clerk of the Dis- School District and LovelyofSingle FamilyofHome, the amount and reconstruction INSTALLED. WhiteNorth doubleCreek, hung,New York shares. Owners: List with us forof ment From Central Boiler. Heat all Bargains signed byInatThe least twenvoteGoatGarage 12853 rebate & Yard bdrm, 1which ½ bath. swap, offering to Let’s will To various District build- money trict and shall be signed be trade, re- sons tilt-in. $1500 manufacturer only $299 per year. Visit onyour buildings. 25 yr. warranty ty-five (25) qualified votthe budget vote and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVsell for equal value home in area, Sale-ing Thru The Classified Superstore Classifieds ings, site quired to fund the by at least twenty-five available. Lifetime Warranty. Credit line or including call available. Vermont Heating Alelection to provide one (25) voters of the Dis- ers of the district; and of Johnsburg work, $129,000. Located in beautiful cards accepted. CallEN: RichTown @ 1-866and acquisition of School District's budget 518-891-9919 ternatives 802-343-7900 1-518-873-6368 Ext. 201 1-518-873-6368 Ext. 201 Planning Board will hold Edgewater, 518-696-2829 272-7533 2014- FL. 2015, exclu- form of proof of residen- trict, must state the must state the name and original furnishings, for of each cy pursuant to Educaa Public Hearing on May name and residence of residence sive of public monies, equipment, machinery NOTICE OF FORMATION tion Law 2018-c. Such 19, 2014 at the Tannery the candidate and shall signed. However, the may be obtained by any or apparatus required LEGALS OF LIMITED LIABILITY Pond Community Cen- for the purpose for resident of the District form may include a describe the specific va- School Board will not COMPANY (LLC) ter, 228 Main Street, which such buildings are during business hours driver's license, a non- cancy for which the can- entertain any petition to NOTICE OF FORMATION driver identification card, didate is nominated and place before the voters OF ALPINE ENTERPRIS- Name: KA1, LLC. Arti- North Creek, New York beginning May 7, 2014, to be used, with such 12853. any proposition the purES OF NORTH CREEK, cles of Organization filed Capital Reserve Fund be- at the Indian Lake Cen- a utility bill, or a voter must state the name and with Secretary of State registration card. Upon SUBDIVISION AP- ing funded with a trans- tral School between the LLC Arts. of Org. filed residence of each sign- pose of which fails to inof New York (SSNY) on offer of proof of residen- er. clude a specific approPLICATION: #SUB- fer from the repair re- hours of 8:00 AM. and with the Sect'y of State 4/24/14. Office location: priation where the ex01-2014 of NY (SSNY) on serve fund in an amount 4:00 PM, except Satur- cy, the School District AND FURTHER NOTICE Smith/WeigTax of $75,000 and such 3/27/2014. Office loca- Warren County. SSNY days, Sundays or holi- may also require all per- IS HEREBY GIVEN, that penditure of monies is has been designated as sons offering to vote to applications for absen- required by the proposiMap #135.-1-9.1 & portion of the unallocat- days. tion, County of Warren. provide their signature, tee ballots will be ob- tion. 135.-1-10 located at ed fund balance as may SSNY has been desig- agent of the LLC upon AND FURTHER NOTICE whom process against it Diana Mason 1677 State Route nated as agent of the be determined from time IS HEREBY GIVEN that printed name and ad- tainable between the may be served. SSNY March 06, 2014 dress. 28, Wevertown, for to time by the Board of petitions LLC upon whom prohours of 9:00 am and nominating shall mail a copy of proDistrict Clerk: Dianna 3:00 Minerva Central School subdivision and Education; and (3) ex- candidates for the office cess against it may be pm Monday Wilder Town of Minerva, Counconveyance of pend $75,000 from the served. SSNY shall mail cess to: The LLC c/o 288 of member of the Board through Friday, except Glen Street, P.O. Box Dated: April 4, 2014 16.94 acres from Capital Reserve Fund to of Education shall be process to: The LLC, 75 holidays, from the Dis- ty of Essex, New York School District: Indian Smith to Weig. Marina Rd., Chester- 299, Glens Falls, NY trict Clerk. The District NEfinance a portion of the filed with the Clerk of town, NY 12817. Pur- 12801. Purpose of LLC: Public Hearing will com- additional cost of the said School District at Lake Central School Clerk must receive com- 3/29,4/5,5/3,5/17/2014any lawful activity. mence at 7:00 p.m. Per- Capital Project? pose: any lawful act. his/her office in the Indi- Town of Indian Lake; pleted application at 4TC-41201 NE-5/10-6/14/2014County of Hamilton, least seven (7) days besons wishing to appear 3. Proposition #3 Boil- an Lake Central School, NE-4/12-5/17/2014SCH COTTAGE HILL, 6TC-45981 New York at said meeting may do er Replacement 6TC-43625 fore the election if the not later than April 21, LLC, a domestic LLC, NEso in person, by attorballot is to be mailed to 2014, between 7:30 Shall the Board of EduAM MAIN STREET REALTY NOTICE OF FORMATION filed with the SSNY on 4/5,4/19,5/3,5/17/2014ney, or any other means the voter, or the day be- 3/21/14. Office location: cation be authorized to and 2:30 PM. Each petiHOLDINGS, LLC, a doOF BOLTON LANDING 4TCof communication. fore the election if the (A) reconstruct the tion shall be directed to APARTMENTS LLC Arti- mestic LLC, filed with Warren County. SSNY is ballot is to be delivered the SSNY on 2/21/14. Communications will be School Building, includ- the Clerk of the District cles of Organization filed designated as agent filed with the board at personally to the voter. upon whom process ing site work thereat, and shall be signed by at NOTICE OF ANNUAL with the Secretary of Office location: Warren that time. The District Clerk must against the LLC may be least 25 voters of the and to acquire original State of New York SSNY County. SSNY is desigMETING, BUDGET VOTE A Regular Meeting receive absentee ballots furnishings, equipment, District, must state the nated as agent upon On APRIL 1st. 2014 served. SSNY shall mail AND ELECTION of the Planning no later the 5:00 pm, on process to The LLC, 536 name and residence of MINERVA machinery or apparatus Office Location: WAR- whom process against CENTRAL Board will follow the the candidate and shall Tuesday, May 20, 2014. required for the purpose the LLC may be served. REN COUNTY Bay Rd., Ste. 2, QueensSCHOOL DISTRICT Public Hearings. for which such recon- describe (where applica- TOWN OF MINERVA- A list of persons to SSNY shall mail process SSNY designated as bury, NY 12804. General Town of Johnsburg whom absentee ballots ble) the specific vacancy structed building is to be to The LLC, 499 Ridge agent of LLC upon Purpose. COUNTY OF ESSEX, Planning Board are issued will be availfor which the candidate used, at a maximum esRd., Queensbury, NY whom Process against it NE-4/26-5/31/2014NEW YORK Shannon Slater, Secreable for inspection to is nominated. Forms and timated cost of approxi12804 . General Purmay be served. SSNY 6TC-45061 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVtary qualified voters of the information pertaining to mately $600,000, (B) expose. shall mail process to: EN, that a public hearing NE-5/10-5/17/2014District in the office of pend such sum for such nomination petitions NOTICE OF FORMATION NE-5/10-6/14/2014The LLC, P.O. Box 255 of the qualified voters of 2TC-46693 may be obtained from the Minerva School Dis- the District Clerk on and OF SPECTACLE CONpurpose, (C) levy the Bolton Landing, NY 6TC-46695 necessary tax therefore, District Clerk, Dianna 12814 trict, Essex County, Olm- after May 13, 2014 be- VERTING, LLC Arts. of NOTICE OF FORMATION to be levied and collect- Wilder, or her designee, Org. filed with the Sect'y Purpose: any lawful ac- OF MILL BROOK COM- NOTICE OF ANNUAL stedville, New York, will tween the hours of 9:00 at the Superintendents am and 5:00 pm on ed in annual installments of State of NY (SSNY) tivity be held in the school liMEETING, BUDGET MONS, LLC Arts. of Org. Office at the Indian Lake brary in said District on weekdays prior the day in such years and in on 4/3/2014. Office locaNE-4/19-5/24/2014VOTE, AND ELECTION filed with the Sect'y of set for the annual elec- tion, County of Warren. such amounts as may Central School District, Tuesday, May 13, 2014 6TC-43906 INDIAN LAKE CENState of NY (SSNY) on 6345 NYS Rte. 30, Indi- at 7:00 pm, for the pre- tion and on May 20, SSNY has been desigbe determined by the NOTICE OF ORGANIZA- 4/14/2014. Office loca- TRALSCHOOL DISTRICT 2014 the day set for the Board of Education tak- an Lake, NY 12842. nated as agent of the sentation of the budget. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVTION OF LIMITED LIA- tion, County of Warren. election, said list will be AND FURTHER NOTICE ing into account state LLC upon whom proNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing SSNY has been desigBILITY COMPANY under posted at the polling aid and grants, and (D) IS HEREBY GIVEN that EN, that the annual cess against it may be of the qualified voters on Section 203 of the Limit- nated as agent of the place of the election. in anticipation of the col- applications for absen- meeting of the qualified served. SSNY shall mail ed Liability Company LLC upon whom pro- the proposed 2014-15 lection of such tax, issue Any qualified voter tee ballots will be obprocess to: The LLC, voters of the Minerva Budget for the Indian cess against it may be Law. The name of the tainable between the Central School District, present in the polling bonds and notes of the 834 Bay Rd., QueensLimited Liability Compa- served. SSNY shall mail Lake Central School Dis- District at one time or hours of 8:00AM and place may object to the bury, NY 12804. PurTown of Minerva, Essex trict, will be held in the process to: The LLC, 11 ny is Fitness in Motion 4:00PM Monday County, New York, will voting of the ballot upon from time to time in the pose: any lawful act. Forest, Indian Lake Central principal amount not to through Friday, except Personal Training Cen- SchroonRiver appropriate grounds for NE-4/19-5/24/2014be held in the Minerva School gymnasium ter, LLC. The Articles of Chestertown, NY 12817. building at 6345 NYS exceed $600,000, and holidays, from the Dis- Central School Lobby in making his/her chal- 6TC-44457 Organization were filed Purpose: any lawful act. said District on Tuesday, lenge and the reasons Rte. 30, Indian Lake, NY levy a tax to pay the in- trict Clerk. Completed NOTICE OF FORMATION with the New York Sec- NE-5/3-6/7/2014-6TCtherefore known to the terest on said obliga- applications must be re- May 20, 2014 between 12842 on May 13, 2014 OF LIMITED LIABILITY retary of State (NYSOS) 45535 Inspector of Elections ceived by the District tions when due? the hours of 1:00 pm at 7:00 00 PM prevailing COMPANY on April 15, 2014. The before the close of polls. Clerk at least seven (7) 4. Proposition #4 NOTICE OF FORMATION and 8:00 pm, at which time, for the presentaName: Summersong Company maintains an AND FURTHER NOTICE days before the election School Bus Purchase time the polls will be Friends Lake, LLC. Artioffice located in Warren OF MONREALE FOODS tion of the budget. The IS HEREBY GIVEN, that if the ballot is to be Shall the Board of Edu363 LLC. Arts. Of Org. budget will be available opened to vote by voting County. NYSOS has the qualified voters of cles of Organization filed for review on May 7, cation be authorized to mailed to the voter, or machine upon the folbeen designated as an filed with Secy. Of State the School District shall with the Secretary of the day before the elec(A) acquire one (1) 35lowing items: agent for service of pro- of N.Y. (SSNY) on 2014 at the Indian Lake be entitled to vote at State of New York tion, if the ballot is to be passenger school bus at 1. To adopt the annual cess against the Compa- 3/28/14. Office location: Central School. said annual vote and (SSNY) on March 27, delivered personally to a maximum estimated budget of the School ny and NYSOS shall mail Warren County. SSNY NOTICE IS FURTHER cost of approximately election. A qualified vot- 2014. Office location: the voter. Absentee balDistrict for the fiscal process to 238 Bay designated as agent of GIVEN, that the election er is one who is (1) a Warren County. SSNY is lots must be received by $46,000, and one (1) 7 designated as agent of Road, Queensbury, New LLC upon whom pro- of candidates to the In- passenger van at a maxi- the District clerk not lat- year 2014-2015 and to citizen of the United cess against it may be authorize the dian Lake Central School requisite York 12804. The latest mum estimated cost of er than 5:00PM, prevail- portion thereof to be States of America, (2) the LLC upon whom served. SSNY shall mail District Board of Educadate for Company Dissoing time, on Tuesday, raised by taxation on the eighteen (18) years of process against it may $26,000, (B) expend process to: 756 Upper tion and the budget vote be served. SSNY shall lution shall be indefinite. such sums for such pur- May 20, 2014. Glen Rd., Queensbury, will be held in the front taxable property of the age or older, (3) a resi- mail a copy of process The purpose and busident and registered votposes, (C) levy the nec- A list of persons to NY 12804. Purpose: any lobby of the Indian Lake District. to: The LLC, c/o Stephen ness of the Company is lawful activity. Central School building, essary tax therefore to whom absentee ballots 2. To elect one (1) mem- er of their county within R. Turner, 134 Cromwell to engage in any lawful are issued will be avail- ber of the Board for a 5- the School District for a be levied and collected NE-5/17-6/21/2014located at 6345 NYS Atlanta, GA, act or activity for which period of thirty (30) Road, in annual installments in able for inspection to year term commencing 6TC-46972 Rte. 30, Indian Lake, 30328. Purpose: Any limited liability compasuch years and in such qualified voters of the July 1, 2014 and expir- days next preceding the New York, on Tuesday, nies may be formed. NOTICE OF FORMATION amounts as may be de- District in the office of ing on June 30, 2019 to annual vote and election. lawful act or activities. NE-4/26-5/31/2014Muller, Mannix & OF LIMITED LIABILITY May20, 2014 between termined by the Board of the District Clerk on and succeed Eric Gelber, The school district may the hours of 12:00 p.m. 6TC-44948 Hobbs, PLLC, 257 Bay COMPANY (LLC) require all persons offerafter May 7, 2014 beEducation taking into acwhose term expires on Rd, PO Box 143, Glens The name of the LLC is and 8:00 p.m., prevailing tween the hours of June 30, 2014. ing to vote at the budget count state aid received, time, during which Falls, NY 12801. (518) North Country Property 8:00AM and 4:00PM on vote and election to pro- NOTICE OF FORMATION and (D) in anticipation of AND FURTHER NOTICE hours the polls will be OF LIMITED LIABILITY 793-2535 Holdings LLC. The date weekdays prior the day vide one form of proof the collection of such IS HERBY GIVEN, that a COMPANY ("LLC") NE-4/26-5/31/2014of filing of the Articles of opened to vote by voting set for the annual elecof residency pursuant taxes, issue bonds and copy of the statement of machine or ballot upon Name: Toff LLC Articles 6TC-44941 Organization with the to Education Law tion and on May 20, notes of the District at the amount of money the following items: of Organization filed with Department of State was #2018-c. Such form 2014, the day set for the one time or from time to NOTICE OF FORMATION which will be required to 1. Proposition #1 Budmay include a drivers li- the Secretary of State of time in the principal election, and said list fund the School Districts OF LIMITED LIABILITY October 9, 2013. The get cense, a non-drivers New York ("SSNY") on will be posted at the amount not to exceed COMPANY. NAME: GF office is located in War- To adopt the annual budget for 2014-2015, ren County at 21 Twicpolling place(s) at the identification card, a util- 3/21/2014 Office Loca$72,000 and levy a tax DEVELOPMENT GROUP exclusive of public budget of the School ity bill, or a voter regis- tion: Warren County. LLC. Articles of Organi- wood Lane, Queensbury, District for the fiscal to pay the interest on election. Any qualified monies, may be obvoter present in the tration card. Upon offer The "SSNY" is designatzation were filed with the NY 12804. The Secre- year 2014- 2015 and to said obligations when tained by any resident of ed as agent of the "LLC" polling place may object of proof of residency, due? Secretary of State of tary of State has been the District during busiauthorize the requisite upon whom process the School District may New York (SSNY) on designated as agent of portion thereof to be 5. To elect one (1) to the voting of the bal- ness hours beginning against it may be served. lot upon appropriate also require all persons member to the Board of 04/11/14. Office loca- the LLC upon whom Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at raised by taxation on the "SSNY" shall mail a copy process may be served. grounds for making offering to vote to proEducation for a five (5) tion: Warren County. the main office of Minertaxable property of the of any process to the Secretary of State shall his/her challenge and vide their signature, year term commencing SSNY has been desigva Central School. A reDistrict. LLC at: PO Box 448 mail a copy of any such printed name and adthe reasons therefore July 1, 2014 and expirnated as agent of the port of tax exemptions, 2. Proposition #2 CapLake George, NY 12845. process served to the known to the Inspector dress. ing on June 30, 2019 LLC upon whom proshowing how much of ital Reserve Transfer Purpose: To engage in registered agent c/o of Election before the AND FURTHER NOTICE and to succeed Michelle cess against it may be the total assessed value United States Corpora- Generator close of the polls. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that any lawful act or activity. served. on the final assessment SHALL the Board of Ed- Hutchins, whose term tion Agents, Inc., 7014 AND FURTHER NOTICE pursuant to a rule adopt- NE-5/10-6/14/2014expires on June 30, SSNY shall mail a copy roll or rolls used in that ucation of the School 6TC-46406 13th Avenue, Suite 202, IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 2014. of process to the LLC, budgetary process is ex- ed by the Board in acDistrict be authorized to Brooklyn, NY 11228. the qualified voters of cordance with #2035 6. To elect one (1) 27 Harlem Street, Glen empt from taxation, (1) increase the cost of and #2008 of the EducaFalls, New York 12801. Business purpose is any the capital project ap- member to the Board of the School District shall shall be annexed to the and all business activition Law, any referenda Education for a four (4) be entitled to vote at budget document. Purpose: For any lawful proved by the voters on ties permitted under the said annual vote and AND FURTHER NOTICE or propositions to year term commencing purpose. December 15, 2009 (the laws of NYS. TO MAKE NE-4/26-5/31/2014Capital Project) by an July 1, 2014 and expir- election. A qualified vot- IS HEREBY GIVEN, that amend the budget, othNE-5/17-6/21/2014erwise to be submitted er is one who is (1) a petitions 6TC-44612 nominating additional $75,000; (2) ing on June 30, 2018 6TC-28466 for voting at said eleccitizen of the United candidates for the office establish a Capital Re- and to succeed Leonard GRUMBLE TRANSPORT, tion, must be filed with States of America, (2) of member of the Board Franco, who resigned LLC, a domestic LLC, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- serve Fund in an amount the Minerva Board of Ednot to exceed $75,000, from the Board of Edu- eighteen years of age or of Education shall be filed with the SSNY on EN: Town of Johnsburg ucation on or before older, and (3) resident filed with the Clerk of with a probable term of cation in October 2013. 4/15/14. Office location: Planning Board will be April 11, 2014 at 5:00 within the School Dis- said School District not 7. Any other business holding their May meet- ten years, for the purWarren County. SSNY is Place a pose of financing the ad- lawfully put before the trict for a period of thirty later than Friday, April pm prevailing time; must designated as agent ing on May 19, 2014 at be typed or printed in (30) days next preceding classified 11, 2014 between 9:00 ditional cost of the Capi- voters. 7:00 pm at Tannery upon whom process English, must be directNOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN the annual vote and ad! am and 5:00 pm. Each Pond Community Cen- tal Project and the conagainst the LLC may be ed to the Clerk of the that a copy of the state- election. The School disIt’s easy and served. SSNY shall mail ter, 228 Main Street, struction of additions to ment of the amount of trict may require all per- petition shall be directed will make to the Clerk of the Dis- School District and and reconstruction of North Creek, New York process to The LLC, 10 signed by at least twenvarious District build- money which will be re- sons offering to vote at trict and shall be signed you money! Briwood Cir., Queens- 12853 the budget vote and ty-five (25) qualified votquired to fund the by at least twenty-five including site bury, NY 12804. General NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- ings, election to provide one (25) voters of the Dis- ers of the district; and work, and acquisition of School District's budget EN: Town of Johnsburg Purpose. form of proof of residenfor 20142015, exclutrict, must state the must state the name and original furnishings, Planning Board will hold NE-4/26-5/31/2014of each sive of public monies, cy pursuant to Educa- name and residence of residence a Public Hearing on May equipment, machinery 6TC-44947 tion Law 2018-c. Such may be obtained by any 19, 2014 at the Tannery the candidate and shall signed. However, the or apparatus required form may include a describe the specific va- School Board will not Pond Community Cen- for the purpose for resident of the District ter, 228 Main Street, which such buildings are during business hours driver's license, a non- cancy for which the can- entertain any petition to driver identification card, didate is nominated and place before the voters beginning May 7, 2014, North Creek, New York to be used, with such at the Indian Lake Cen- a utility bill, or a voter any proposition the pur-






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