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Johnsburg approves contingency budget By Lindsay Yandon JOHNSBURG — Nearly every chair in the Johnsburg Central School (JCS) cafetorium was home to a body on Tuesday evening as the JCS school board addressed the issue of their recently failed budget. At the conclusion, the board voted to approve its proposed contingency budget for the 2010-2011 school year. On May 18, the proposed budget failed by a margin of 264-408. That budget proposed a .95 percent spending increase and a 4-5 percent tax levy increase. The increases were met with much community opposition over the past several weeks. A citizens budget committee formed to protest tax increases with members including Bruce Ashline, Pat Cunningham,

David Braley, George Heim, Sally Heidrich, Bert Miner, Tony Moro, Susan Murante, Margaret Prashaw, Carol Richards and Richard Stewart. The contingency plan includes and $10,062,415 total budget, which translates to a .67 percent or $67,153 increase from the 2009-2010 budget. These changes present a 3.5-4.5 percent tax levy increase to $5,918,217. During Tuesday’s meeting, the board presented three options including putting the

original proposed budget back up to vote, putting an amended budget that would have included significant personnel and program cuts to a vote or — David Braley approving the proposed contingency budget. “We have received many request to put the original budget back up to vote,” said Superintendent Mike Markwica. The contingency budget, however, was approved unanimously, but not without considerable conversation. “We weighed the long term effects of the

“We all need to get on the same page. We must figure out a way to provide a good education while being fiscally responsible.”

Tannery Pond welcomes “The Power of Masks” Lindsay Yandon NORTH CREEK – Tannery Pond Community Center will feature an exhibition entitled “The Power of Masks” - international youth art and artifacts from the World Awareness Children's Museum in Glens Falls in the Widlund Gallery from May 29 through June 23. The meaning of masks in societies all over the world will be revealed through the accompanying A sample of the mask exhibition to be interpretation text displayed at TPCC during the month of panels provided by June. Photo courtesy of the Widlund Gallery Jacquiline Touba, executive director of the children’s museum. The exhibition will also include masks from Japan, Ghana, Puerto Rico, Bali, Venezuela and Costa Rica. “This is a unique show and we are honored to have it displayed at Tannery Pong,” said Elise Widlund. The art pieces from the Museum’s International Youth Art Exchange Program will include paintings and drawings from Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Nigeria, Lithuania, Brazil, Poland, Bulgaria, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, and Romania. Four roles that masks play are explored in the exhibit, on a continuum from the sacred to the secular: transformation, identification, drama and disguise.

See MASKS, page 7

See BUDGET, page 7

EMS week comes to Minerva Central School MCS students got some hands-on rescue experience while listening to each other’s heart beats. Photo by Mike Corey

By Mike Corey MINERVA — Volunteers from the Minerva Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad descended on Minerva Central School May 20 to bring awareness of the importance of emergency first aid to as many students as possible. Students from pre-k to high school seniors had the chance to participate in activities that promoted the need for good first aid and an understanding of some of the equipment that is used in medical emergencies. The activities were all part of EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Week, a

national effort to bring awareness to kids and adults of the importance of good emergency medical care. Minerva squad members first visited elementary classrooms, bringing with them items such as stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs, splints and other equipment. The idea was to give the kids some hands-on experience with some of the same things that EMS personnel use. “Cool” was one of the most heard comments from the students during the elementary room activities. Fun things like coloring books, pencils, stickers and junior EMT hats were given out to all the kids at the end of the visits. From the elementary classes, rescue squad members moved on to the MCS

gymnasium, where they met with middle and high school students to talk about the importance of EMS followed by a series of participatory activities. The students were able to engage in three different emergency first aid scenario demonstrations: a serious bleeding injury, a possible broken arm, and a combination fall/head injury. Students were genuinely involved in the activities, whether on the elementary, middle school, or high school level. From the most basic thing (like calling 911) to other first aid activities, students got a chance to participate in scenarios and handle EMS equipment. Most importantly, awareness of the need for emergency services readiness surfaced.


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Volunteers wanted to help with cemetery upkeep Johnsburg EMS news Lindsay Yandon JOHNSBURG — Local volunteers in the town of Johnsburg have come together and formed a committee to assist in the maintenance of the 28 cemeteries that exist in the town. Currently, the mowing of the cemeteries is done by the parks and recreation department, but they have little extra time to accomplish the other necessary duties. Because of this, underbrush is overrunning many of the plots, stones have toppled, graves have sunken, requiring significant attention. Johnsburg residents Judy Brown and Cherie Ferguson have stepped forward to organize the committee and hope that other interested persons will lend a hand. “The cemeteries range in size from just a handful of stones like those located off Oven Mt. Road and Bartman Road, to massive sites like Union in North Creek and Bates in Johnsburg, and everything in between,” said Ferguson. “They generate a lot of work.” Once assembled, the committee will break into groups and start to work on

One of the several cemeteries in the town of Johnsburg that will be tended by the volunteer group. Photo by Bill Russell

each cemetery. “We have a handful of community members who are willing to help and we are looking for more,” said Ferguson.

Anyone interested in assisting with this project can contact the town hall at 251-2421 ext. 21, email or visit the town of Johnsburg Facebook page.

Art and Nature Camp 2010 gearing up for Native American Program NORTH CREEK — The theme for this July’s Tannery Pond Community Center Association Art and Nature Camp will be “Native American Art and Inspiration.” Director Kate Hartley, who studied Navajo art and culture for two years in Arizona, will be joined by Mohawk storyteller and author Darren Bonaparte. He will present a special “Wampum Chronicles” talk about the First American tribes who still reside in our region and




about the wampum belts they created to represent important events and treaties. Replicas of wampum belts, made by Bonaparte, will be on display at the event. All of this year ’s campers and their families will be invited to his presentation, held on July 8 at 2 p.m. in the Tannery Pond Community Center auditorium. Children ages 4-18 will explore many native crafts at the camp this summer, including stone carving, birch-

bark canoes, basket and dreamcatcher weaving, and beadwork. “Big Kids”, ages 10-18 will create large soapstone carvings, and will make and weave on their own beading looms. Art and Nature Camp is pleased to announce that the T.C. Murphy Lumber Co. has once again pledged its support of their Scholarship and Family Discount fund. Full and partial scholarships are available, and additional children from a family come

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at 50 percent of the full fee. Art and Nature Camp will be held June 29 - July 27, with three separate sessions for children (4-6, 7-12, and 10 and up). Brochures available at the Johnsburg library, TPCC, and shops and community bulletin boards around town. Contact Kate Hartley at 251-2235, or for more information.

JOHNSBURG — The Johnsburg Emergency Squad is considered a 24/7 ALS (Advanced Life Support) agency. It is a designation that signifies that JES, Inc. provides the highest level of emergency care with paid or volunteer staff members, who are highly trained and legally able to dispense drugs. ALS care 24/7 is worth 17,472 hours in ambulance crew time. This first third of 2010 has been busy for the 25 active volunteers who have logged 2,093 volunteer hours through March. They have had 195 calls to date. Of those, the duty crew has responded to 100 percent of the first calls dispatched; the volunteers have been able to respond to all but one of second or third simultaneous calls. Throughout the winter ski season, many members signed up for extra duty on the weekends and throughout vacation days to cover Gore Mt. emergencies. The volunteers with the top hours have been Corey Ouellette, captain with 92 hours in Jan.; Tonya Leddick with 78 hours in Feb.; and Donna Georgopoulos with 126 hours in March. The Johnsburg EMS increased its number of people stepping up to become new volunteers. Eight people were added to the roster since January. Some are drivers, some are aides, some are trained EMTs. The agency also needs volunteers who could form an auxiliary corps—people who might service the ambulance, maintain the station, do administrative tasks, organize and execute fundraisers. An EMS auxiliary would be the supportive arm that the emergency medical volunteers could lean on. At present, JES is looking for people to help provide nonemergency transports to and from the hospital. These transports usually occur between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the day and a volunteer would sign up to be available on a particular day to take a transport if one were called for. Anyone wishing to serve by driving (without lights and siren) should contact Trish Bibby, transport coordinator at 251- 3521. Another type of volunteer effort has been a grant request for $400,000 to the NYS Community Development and Building Renewal department that JES, working through the Town of Johnsburg and Warren County Planning, recently submitted. It is anticipated that the award will allow the agency to construct new headquarters at a lot on the old Great Eastern sawmill site. The Sweet family, owners of the old saw mill land, has made a generous offer to Johnsburg Emergency Squad, Inc. through the auspices of Mark Bergman, realtor. Volunteers are the backbone of this agency. If the taxpayers had to pay for 24/7 service, it would cost a minimum of $380,000 per year to station one two-person crew with an ambulance. The contribution by JES volunteers, in strictly monetary terms, is worth $320,000 to the Town of Johnsburg. Call 251-2244 to volunteer in some capacity to support the Johnsburg Emergency Squad.


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FREE Opening Ceremony Concert in Shepard Park • Thursday, June 3 at 7:30 PM - See what all the fuss is about at this free concert in Lake George Village’s Shepard Park. See many of this year’s headliners perform a handful of songs getting us all ready for the exciting weekend of Elvis entertainment to come. After the concert, come to the Adirondack Pub & Brewery for more entertainment as the tribute artists and fans take the microphone for an informal vocal warm up. Elvis After Hours at the Boardwalk Restaurant • Friday, June 4 at 11:00 PM - Tribute Artists and Elvis fans party late into the evening at our two After Hours events. Friday night Joe Ramsey hosts giving our tribute artists and fans a chance to take the microphone and perform Elvis music and other hits. Watch the guys let their hair down and perform without costumes or judges. Elvis Aboard the Minne-Ha-Ha • Saturday, June 5, departing at 1:30 PM, 3:00 PM and 4:30 PM - See majestic Lake George from the deck of the Minne-Ha-Ha while listening to Elvis Tribute Artists. The cruise is just $11.75 for adults ($5 off with your Blue Suede Pass). Call the Steamboat Company at 518-668-5777 to make your reservations. Elvis Dinner at the Shoreline Restaurant • Saturday, June 5 at 5:00 PM - Dine while listening to Elvis Tribute artists including last year’s Elvis Festival champion Matt Joyce. The restaurant promises some “Elvis inspired” specials. Come early, we expect the event to fill up. Elvis After Hours at King Neptune’s Pub • Saturday, June 5 at 11:00 PM - Tribute Artists and Elvis fans party late into the evening at our two After Hours events. On Saturday night, King Neptune’s presents Tom Gilbo and the Blue Suedes with other Elvis Tribute Artists joining him on stage throughout the evening. Elvis Gospel Music Competition • Sunday, June 6 at 9:30 AM - For the first time this year we’ve turned our Elvis Gospel event into a competition with tribute artists competing for the Elvis Festival Gospel Music Trophy. Come and listen to our talented competitors pay tribute to the roots of Elvis’ musical legacy.

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Novelist Gloria Waldron Hukle to present locally By Lindsay Yandon

Johnsburg Central School held its annual Bike Rodeo Wednesday, May 19. Fourth grader Gabe Corlew gets ready to head out on the road and sixth grader Emily Persons mans the stop light. Photo courtesy of Johnsburg Central School

JOHNSBURG — A writer with deep roots in local communities will soon make her rounds in Thurman and North Creek. Gloria Waldron Hukle will present, “The American Series Born Grave-Side in Warren County,” a free talk highlighted by local history. She will tell how research led her to discover her Adirondack ancestors and to three novels. Hosted by the John Thurman Historical Society, Hukle will give a presentation at the Thurman town hall, 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1. On Wednesday, June 2, Hukle will present a 3 p.m. talk and book signing at North Creek Depot, the first in the 2010 summer series of Depot Museum Platform Talks. Hukle’s novels include Manhattan - Seeds of the Big Apple, a story which tells of the immigration of Resolved Waldron from Holland in the 1600s. Diary of a Northern Moon is the tale of a returning soldier, set in North Creek in contemporary times. Her most re-

Copperfield Inn hosts garage sale NORTH CREEK — The Copperfield Inn will host a garage sale on Saturday, May 29, and Sunday, May 30, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Table rentals available for $25. Call 2519808 or 251-2200 to reserve a spot.

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The Johnsburg Central School Music Department held its Spring Concert Tuesday, May 18 in the JCS gymnasium. Featured groups included the junior and senior bands under the direction of Jon DeLappa and the junior and senior choruses under the direction of Mary Leach and accompanied by Susan Eldridge. Pictured are the seniors performing their senior class song. Photo courtesy of Johnsburg Central School

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JOHNSBURG — The Friends of the Johnsburg Library is planning its summer book sale and is seeking volunteers to help move, sort, organize and sell books and also to help with the raffle, bake sale and the preparation and serving of food for the book sale preview. T he book sale will be held July 30 and 31. A meeting for volunteers is scheduled for Thursday, June ,3 at 6 p.m. at the library.

cent release, Threads – an American Tapestry tells the story of another of the author ’s ancestors, a strong woman torn between the dictates of conscience and the mandates of convention, all in the early 1700s in a Hudson Valley estate. “I’ve always been captivated by the untold succulent story that is flavored by the people who are the core of every single clinical fact of history,” Hukle said. “Who among us is not mesmerized by what is behind the drawn curtain?” Hukle is attracted to the history and diversity that this area possess and seeks to reveal it to the world. She spotlights the early Dutch, African Americans and American Indians by surfacing their contributions to American culture. “I want to educate people about our heritage. There is beauty in diversity and I think we all need to know we are Americans,” she said. For program information, call Perky Granger, Thurman coordinator at 623-9305 or Michelle San Antonio, director of the Depot Museum at 251-5842.

Extended hours for ‘Baby Boutique’ NORTH CREEK — The baby boutique located in Leaven House next to the N C Post Office will be open from 9 a.m. - noon on Saturdays for the months of May and June. If there is enough response it will continue to be open on Saturdays. Weekdays hours are still Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 1 - 4 p.m.. The shop clothing for children plus baby food, furniture, most items pertaining to infants plus maternity clothing. All is free but donations are appreciated. Any and all clothing for these ages in very good condition is also appreciated.

Free Adult Immunizations Available The Hamilton County Public Health Nursing Service is pleased to announce the availability of Free Immunizations for adults residing within Hamilton County. This vaccine has been made available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The supply of vaccine is limited and will be administered on a first come first serve basis. There are no income eligibility or insurance requirements. Call 518-648-6497 HPV – Human Papillomavirus Vaccine is currently available. HPV is a common virus that is easily spread by skin-to-skin contact during sexual activity with another person. It is possible to have HPV without knowing it. HPV is the main cause of cervical cancer in woman as well as genital warts in men and women. This supply of vaccine is being offered to young men and women, 19 – 26 years of age, who have not received 3 doses of this vaccine. Pneumococcal Polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV) - Pneumococcal disease is caused by bacteria. It is the leading cause of vaccine-preventable illness and death in the United States. Anyone can get pneumococcal disease, but some people are at greater risk than others such as people 65 years and older, the very young, individuals with certain health problems, ones with weaken immune system or smokers. Usually only one dose of the vaccine is needed, but under some circumstances a second dose may be given on a physician’s recommendation. T-DAP - Children 6 years of age and younger are routinely vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. But older children, adolescents, and adults need protection from these diseases too. Td (Tetanus, Diphtheria) and Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) vaccines provide that protection. TETANUS (Lockjaw) causes painful muscle spasms, usually all over the body. It can lead to tightening of the jaw muscles so the victim cannot open his mouth or swallow. Tetanus kills about 1 out of 5 people who are infected. DIPHTHERIA causes a thick covering in the back of the throat. It can lead to breathing problems, paralysis, heart failure, and even death. PERTUSSIS (Whooping Cough) causes severe coughing spells, vomiting, and disturbed sleep. • It can lead to weight loss, incontinence, rib fractures and passing out from violent coughing. Up to 2 in 100 adolescents and 5 in 100 adults with Pertussis are hospitalized or have complications, including pneumonia. These three diseases are all caused by bacteria. Diphtheria and Pertussis are spread from person to person. Tetanus enters the body through cuts, scratches, or wounds. It is recommended that adults receive at least one booster of T-Dap. Please call to discuss your eligibility for this immunization with a nurse. Shingles Vaccine – due to manufacturing problems, the shingles vaccine is not available. 57373


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Museum receives support for "Kid Zone"

An Indian Lake Central School Student assembles a Lego creation in technology education class. The fourth graders in Indian Lake are working with Lego's to produce simple machine and discuss their uses around their homes. The student's first task was to construct a hand crane using gears and pulleys to operate the crane.

Camilla Palumbo, NBT vice president and branch manager presents an award to Laura Rice, the Adirondack Museum's chief curator and Micaela Hall, the museum's public program manager and educator. Photo courtesy of Adirondack Museum

Photo courtesy of Indian Lake Central School

Caroline Welsh, director of the Adirondack Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members of the year-round staff. Michael Lombardi, at left, joins the museum as director of finance. He lives in Chappaqua and Long Lake. Carolyn Bischoff, center, will serve as advancement associate and makes her home in North Creek. Marci Persons of Baker's Mills, right, has assumed the position of part time finance assistant. Photo courtesy of the Adirondack Museum

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Museum is the recent recipient of a $10,000 grant from NBT Bank in Lake Placid. The funding will be paid in two installments and will support a new exhibit, "Woods and Waters Kid Zone," scheduled to open in May 2011. “NBT Bank, as a community bank, focuses on supporting organizations that will likely have the greatest impact on the communities we serve,” according to Camilla Palumbo, NBT vice president and branch manager. “In our recommendation and decision-making process for charitable giving, we involve employees who are directly serving our

communities.” NBT support activities include a wide range of needs, from capital campaigns to event sponsorships. In addition, they encourage their employees to volunteer their time and energy to make their communities better places to live. They also help with fundraising for non-profits, hold seats on non-profit boards, belong to service clubs, and assist with planning community events. The Adirondack Museum's new exhibit, "Woods & Waters Kid Zone" will celebrate the outdoors through creative play. The exhibition will be designed to engage the museum's youngest visitors and connect children

with the history of outdoor recreation in the Adirondacks. Immersive exhibit environments will evoke familiar North Country scenes in all seasons - a campsite, trout stream, wooded trail, snowy path, and a cozy backwoods cabin - all brought to life with the scents, sounds, and textures of the natural world. "Woods & Waters Kid Zone" will be a permanent exhibit, reflecting the museum's dedication to presenting history in new and exciting ways. The exhibition will meet the needs of families, create imaginative play areas for children, and lay the foundation for a lifelong love of the Adirondacks.


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Long Lake Central School announces valedictorian and salutatorian awards LONG LAKE — Long Lake Central School has announced that the recipients of this year ’s valedictorian and salutatorian awards are Colleen Nerney and Jordan Wallace. In a class of eight seniors, Nerney is the valedictorian with a current average of 94.12. Colleen plans on attending St. Lawrence University as a recipient of the Augsbury Scholarship. She intends to major in education. Colleen’s extracurricular activities have included soccer, basketball, band, jazz band, student council, National Honor Society and various plays and musicals both at school and at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (ALCA). She has participated in CASMA All County and Northeast Music Festivals throughout high school. She has served as student council secretary, class secretary and class president. Colleen was awarded the Long Lake Central School Musician of the

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Year in 2007 and 2009. She was awarded the 2008 Peacemaker Award, the Most Improved Player for 2008 in soccer and Honorable Mention for artwork at the Lake Placid Juried Art Exhibit. She has been an active volunteer working for such organizations as ALCA and Adirondack Abilities and at events like Adopt-A-Highway, Parents as Reading Partners, Community CleanUp Day as well as several other student-organized events to raise funds for groups like the local fire de-

partment, breast cancer awareness and earthquake victims in Haiti. Colleen is the daughter of Michael and Camille Nerney of Long Lake. Wallace is the salutatorian with a current average of 93.71. Jordan plans on attending the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and majoring in construction management. Jordan’s extracurricular activities have included baseball, basketball, soccer, National Honor Society and student council. He has

served as both student council president and class president. He was awarded 1st Team All-League in baseball, 2nd Team All-League in soccer, Most Valuable Player for soccer in 2009, Long Lake Central School Athlete of the Year in 2009 and has received Scholar/Athlete individual awards from 20072009. Jordan will graduate with six college credits taken online from Tompkins Cortland Community College. Jordan has also been an active volunteer with organizations such as the Long Lake Volunteer Fire Department and the Long Lake Fish and Game Club and at events like Adopt-A-Highway, Community Clean-Up Day and several other student-organized events. Jordan is the son of Gregg and Nancy Wallace of Long Lake, New York. Congratulations to both students. The school and community are very proud of their accomplishments.

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THURMAN — The Fiction Among Friends Writers' Workshop Day hosted by Persis Granger at the Thurman town hall will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 19. A 9:30 a.m. workshop, “Breathing Life into Your Characters,” will allow writers to try their hands at developing characters for both fiction and nonfiction using action, dialogue and description. A 1 p.m. workshop, “From Desktop to Bookshop: Getting Your Book Published,” will delve into the variety of avenues open to those wishing to publish works, including traditional publishing, print on demand publishing and self publishing. Participation is limited to 20 people. Beginner and intermediate writers of fiction and nonfiction are welcome. Preregistration with deposit is requested by June 15. E-mail, call 623-9305 or visit for more information.

NEWCOMB — Cloud-Splitter Outfitters will host a demo day on Saturday, May 29, from 10 a.m. - 2p.m. The day is free and open to all. Paddlers under 18 must have a patent or guardian sign a release form.

Thurman Station farmers market opens THURMAN — A farmers market will open for the season on Wednesday, June 2, in Thurman 12:30 – 5 p.m. with “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” providing live music from 3 – 5 p.m. on opening day.

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Honors Night scheduled at Johnsburg NORTH CREEK — Johnsburg Central School and the Johnsburg Central School Teachers Association will hold Honors Night 2010, an evening of student recognition, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 3, in the school gymnasium. Letters will be sent home to parents of students in grades 7-12 who will be acknowledged at the ceremony. All community members are welcome to attend.

LONG LAKE — During Memorial Day weekend, Long Lake and Raquette Lake will join Old Forge, Inlet, Blue Mountain Lake and Indian Lake in the Great Adirondack Garage Sale, stretching over 70 miles. Call 624-3077 for more information.

Health Quest 2010 planned QUEENSBURY — Hudson Mohawk Area Health Education Center (HM AHEC) recently announced Health Quest 2010, local paid summer internships. HM AHEC, located in Queensbury, serves Essex, Hamilton and Warren counties among seven others by building partnerships to strengthen the healthcare workforce. Students work in a health care setting for six weeks and applicants must be high school students that have an interest in health care and demonstrate a reliable work history. For rules and applications visit Mail applications to HM AHEC, 9 Carey Road, Queensbury 12804 by June 9.

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WARRENSBURG — On June come writers and readers to their first anniversary celebration. Readers include Margaret Bartley, of New Russia, author of GRISHA: The Story of Cellist Gregor Piatigorsky; Kathleen O’Day of Warrensburg who writes short works of memoir; Jessica Kane of Brant Lake who recently released Struggling to Parallel Park in an Empty Field and is working on a novel; and Perky Granger, historical novelist currently working in contemporary fiction. Writers interested in reading at future programs should leave their names at the bistro or contact Granger at 623-9305 or

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Sage Graduate School announces graduation of Jessica Plumley ALBANY — On May 15, Jessica Lauren Plumley was conferred the degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Sage Graduate School. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training in May 2007 from Russell Sage College and has been working for multiple school districts and agencies in this capacity for the last three years while attending Sage Graduate School. Jessica is a 2003 Long Jessica Plumley Lake Central School Graduate. She is the daughter of Vickie Plumley of Long Lake and Jeffrey Plumley of Saranac Lake. She will commence employment at Columbia Memorial Hospital located in Hudson, NY this June. 33472 NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION BY THE TOWN OF JOHNSBURG REGARDING HARRINGTON ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OR ALTERNATIVES A PUBLIC INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION SESSION ON THE REPLACEMENT OF OR OTHER POSSIBLE OPTIONS REGARDING THE HARRINGTON ROAD BRIDGE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Johnsburg Town Board will hold a Public Information and Discussion Session on Tuesday, June 15, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. to 8:00pm at the beginning of the regular Town Board meeting at the Wevertown Community Center, 2370 State Route 28, Wevertown, County of Warren, State of New York, concerning the issue described below: Any resident of the Town of Johnsburg is entitled to be heard upon the issue of dealing with the replacement, elimination of or re-routing around the damaged bridge over Johnson Brook on Harrington Road in Wevertown. The purpose of the Information and Discussion Session is to allow the Town Board to receive input and inform the public on this issue. By order of the Johnsburg Town Board, William E. Rawson, Town Clerk

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News orry to hear about the death of Sherry Wolfe's dad. Gary, Sherry and boys are in South Carolina with family. Josh and Melanie Kennedy are the proud parents of a baby girl, Kannyon Dawn born May 16. She weighed 7 lbs. 3.5 oz. and was 20.5 in. long. Jonas Semmens was the honored guests at a party on Sunday to celebrate his third birthday. The gathering was at his home in New Jersey. Parents are Joseph and Heather Allen Semmens. Earl Allen and Dezore Cleveland were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Gary McGinn in Lake Pleasant. Dezore was thrilled to go on a long horse ride. Many attended to concert at the North River Methodist Church on Friday night with Wade Hammond from Alabama. Ryan and Keisha Sprague and children, Dezore, Khaleah and Yanden held an open house on Sunday afternoon in Schroon Lake. Many enjoyed the tour of the home and the cookout. Neil and Ronda Dunkley and granddaughter, Vasanti are enjoying visiting family and friends in Tennessee. Shanna Whitney is in Germany for work. She is still in the Armed Forces. While there she is enjoying all the different sites. Kelly Fuller and Apple Wright and family appreciate more than words can say to everyone who helped in any way when they lost everything in a house fire. All the fire companies, volunteers, friends - thank you.


Happy Birthday Paul Cleveland, Amy Millington, Faye Newkirk, Julie Harris, Cassie Noel, Seth Dunkley, Nate Dunkley Sr, Eric Kramar, Bob Lehrer, Christopher Denno, Sylvia Brown, Ken Allen Jr, Earl Allen and Michelle Allen Wood. Happy Anniversary Jeff and Tanya Wemett, Oliver and Ginny Dalaba, and Gary and Dodie Millington. Enjoy each and every day.

Readers Poll Do you agree with the Johnsburg Central School Board’s decision to approve their contingency budget?



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nfortunately, to many, Memorial Day means little more than an optional parade and then it’s off to the malls for Memorial Day sales. I hope many of the readers of this column will take some time this weekend to reflect on the sacrifices made by all our veterans over the years and perhaps visit a local cemetery. There are 11 cemeteries in Johnsburg Township, including Bates and Hack on Goodman Road in Johnsburg, Kenwell and Methodist on each side of the Johnsburg Methodist Church on South Johnsburg Road, The North River Cemetery on Cemetery Road off of 13th Lake Road, St. James and Union Cemeteries in North Creek, The Mill Creek Wesleyan Cemetery on Garnet Lake Rd, and the Wevertown Cemetery on Rt 28, north of Wevertown. There are also two family cemeteries, including the Pasco Cemetery on South Johnsburg Road near the Thurman line and the Jarius Westcott Cemetery, a lovely site 150 feet north of the intersection of Armstrong Road and Bartman Road in Bakers Mills. Of all these, the Mill Creek Wesleyan Cemetery needs the most sprucing up. An informal group of neighbors out this way have expressed an interest in seeing that work done, but apparently there is a real question as to who owns the property and who is responsible for the care of that cemetery. Buried in that cemetery are Civil War veterans Fred Gearing and a group I have listed in my earlier columns, including Rev. John Bartman, Henry Flansburg, James Flansburg, Dudley Hewitt, John Jones Jr., and Charles Stackhouse. Question:

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They are joined by three other Civil War veterans that I have listed in earlier columns, including Seymour Coleman Pasco, and John Hodgson Pasco, both of which were killed in the war, and Alexander Trumble. In the Jarius Wescott Cemetery is a single headstone for Civil War veteran Jarius Westcott, his wife and three children, two of which died on Christmas Day in 1880. His wife Francis died the following year. Jarius lived until 1923.

Question of the month: What is something you would like to do that you have never done before?

I want to fly with a jetpack on my back. Brayden Bush - Kindergarten - Newcomb Central School I would like to be a princess. Emma Haneman - Grade 1 - Newcomb Central School


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I would like to buy the Golden Corral. Kieran Anello - Grade 2 - Newcomb Central School I would fly. I want to know what it is like to be so high up. Novalee Gadway - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School

I would like to climb the stairs in the Eiffel Tower. I would ask my friend Charlotte to go with me and we would bring plenty of water and a gourmet lunch. Megan Bacon - Grade 4 - Johnsburg Central School

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Pasko (Pasco), Leander Birth date unknown, son of Elihu (age 65 in the 1860 Johnsburg Census) and Nancy (maiden name unknown). Served in Co. I of the 96th NYVI and died May, 10 1890.

In the Pasco Family Cemetery are buried: Galusha, Morgan Born 1850, son of Abiram and Sarah (Ward). There is an Abiram Galusha who was a Revolutionary War veteran who died in 1851, when Morgan would have been one and is perhaps his grandfather. Abiram is buried in the Wevertown Cemetery. Morgan served in Co. I of the 6th NY Volunteer Infantry. If the birth date is correct, Morgan would have been only 11 when the war broke out. Morgan died July, 29 1877 at age 27.



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Pasko (Pasco), Truman Born 1843, son of Joseph and Sarah (maiden name unknown). Served with Co. G in the 118th NYVI. Died July, 11 1864 during the war at age 21 in Portsmouth, VA

I would like to go to Africa because I have never been to Africa. Madison Vaus - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

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Mill Creek Wesleyan Cemetery on Garnet Lake Road in need of care.

Gearing, Fred Born 1828, parent’s names unknown. Served with Co. C of the 93rd NYVI. Died 1900.

I’d like to ride a horse down the road because my mom and grandma do it and I think it will be fun. Cassie Dunbar - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

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Some ideas regarding the JCS budget To the News Enterprise: There are a few things that I would like to say about the school budget at JCS. No one wants the education of the youth of this community to suffer. The leading argument to pass the budget was, "don't you care about education?". There are several things that could be done that do not effect the children whatsoever. If we combined the kindergarten classes to free up a teacher for the pre-kindergarten program, it would save the district a minimum of $70,000. Now, this is when the, "we need small class sizes to teach the right way" argument gets brought up. Yes, requirements are tougher now than they were before, but if a kindergarten teacher can not handle 20 kids, they should not be a teacher. There are no state tests for kindergarten. Let's all remember that they would not be alone - there are countless aides and helpers on hand. I haven't heard anyone but the superintendent taking a pay freeze and I don't believe life insurance for employees dictates how well our children are educated. My question is why when everyone says they are worried about the children it is always the children's programs like sports and music that are threatened, not bonuses and extra staffing? Wendy Russell

Thank you from JCS Citizens Budget Committee To the News Enterprise: The JCS Citizens Budget Committee wants to thank all the people who supported our cause at the election. We couldn’t have done it without you. This is but the first place of our mission. It will take time but we feel that we can find ways to make our taxes more affordable, while giving the children a proper education. We promise to keep you informed through the local news media. Nothing can be accomplished without your continued support. You have the power. JCS Citizens Budget Committee

SATURDAY May 29, 2010

High Peaks golf tourney to benefit students By Lindsay Yandon NEWCOMB — Newcomb Central School’s class of 2012 will host the first tournament of the High Peaks Golf Course 2010 season June 5. The tournament is a fundraiser for the class and the proceeds will go toward paying for their senior trip. Tee-off will be at 9 a.m. The cost of $55 per person includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, a buffetstyle lunch, and great prizes, including a prize for a hole-inone. “Spectacular scenery and challenging golf combine to make High Peaks Golf Course one of the most enjoyable

Budget From page 1 with us,” said Richard Stewart to the JCS board. Many rows of seating were filled with JCS students, who attended the meeting in support of the education that they feel they receive. “We will lose opportunities through funding cuts,” said senior Kelsey Williford. Junior Ben Richards made the point that many schools of similar size have cut their budgets to an “affordable” amount. “Students from all

Masks From page 1 Original mounting, research and interpretation for this exhibit was made possible through a major grant from the Cohoes Savings Foundation with additional funding by the New York Council for the Humanities. The exhibit welcomes interaction between children and the art through a game of “seek and find” in which children are welcome to look for images within the details of the art. The World Awareness Chil-

courses in the Adirondacks,” said tournament organizer Edward LaCourse. “Fairways, greens and views of the surrounding mountains blend to make for a memorable golfing experience. Each of the course's nine holes, winding along the upper Hudson River, presents experienced golfers and new players with unique and interesting challenges.” To register for the golf tournament call Newcomb Central School at 518-582-3341 or email or “It’s nice to know that we can have fun and at the same time help out Newcomb students,” said Judy DePasquale, a Newcomb resident who played in last year’s tournament. over this region pay to come to JCS because of what we offer,” he said. Community members turned out to also support the board in their budget efforts. “The board has done an admirable job,” said John Slayback. “And all they have got in return is criticism.” Members of the board thanked the community for their concern and their input. “We thank the people who showed, up for or against, and we want them to know that we are going to take their comments into consideration,” said board member Mark Richards. dren’s Museum is an educational institution which fosters knowledge and appreciation of world cultures through exhibitions, interactive programming, the International Youth Art Exchange and educator-led tours. “We are committed to using art conceived through the eyes of children to promote peace and understanding among people of the world,” said Touba. For more information, visit the museum's website at


InBrief Chester Library gearing up for book sale

Ski Bowl Garden hosts perennial exchange, sale

CHESTERTOWN - The Friends of the Chester Library are accepting materials for its annual summer book sale to be held Friday and Saturday, July 16 and 17, at the Community Room in the Chestertown Municipal Building. All clean books and materials in good condition may be left at the library Tuesdays through Saturdays. Donations are appreciated. Call the library at 494-5384 for further information.

NORTH CREEK - The second annual plant exchange and sale will be Friday, May 28, at the ski bowl pavilion from 5 - 7 p.m. Plants will be priced from $1 - $3 and money raised will benefit the Ski Bowl Garden. People are asked to bring extra plants to trade.

Garden Club to host June meeting NORTH WARREN - The Adirondack Mountain Garden Club will meet Tuesday, June 1, from 10 a.m. - noon at the North Warren Emergency Building. Hilary Smith will present a program on invasive species titled, “An Invasion Taking Place in the Adirondacks.” Joan Watson is this month’s hostess. At the conclusion of the meeting there will be a plant swap. All interested gardeners are invited to attend.

Friday May 28 BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Adirondack Museum opens for the season, 10 a.m. For more information call 352-7311 or visit NORTH CREEK — Plant exchange and sale, ski bowl pavilion, 5 - 7 p.m.

Saturday May 29 INDIAN LAKE — Indian Lake Charity yard sale, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. INDIAN LAKE — Chicken and biscuit dinner, 5 - 7 p.m., Methodist Church. NEWCOMB — Cloud-Splitter Outfitters demo day, 10 a.m. 2p.m. INDIAN LAKE — USO Show, Indian Lake Theater, 7 p.m., $10. Call 648-5950 or visit for more information. NORTH CREEK — World Awareness Children’s Museum exhibit opens at Tannery Pond Community Center Gallery. For more information, visit

May 29-30 LONG LAKE — Great Adirondack garage sale, Old Forge, Inlet, Indian Lake and Long Lake. Call 624-3077 for more information. NORTH CREEK — "INN" with the new, out with the old garage sale at the Copperfield Inn, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Call 251-9808 or 2512200 to reserve a spot. NORTH CREEK — A Day Out with Thomas the Train, Upper Hudson River Railroad. $18 for age 2 and up. Visit or call 251-5334 for more information.

Center needs food delivery volunteer NORTH CREEK – The North Country Outreach Center has been able to provide fresh produce and other healthy perishable pantry items to those in need throughout the area twice a month, largely due to the volunteer efforts of Don Lasher. Lasher has recently injured his back and although still able to make these trips, he cannot load or unload the items from his truck. The Outreach Center is seeking a volunteer(s) who could make the trip to Albany to help load the groceries or help with the unloading in Wevertown. These trips take place the second and fourth Monday of each month. Lasher leaves in the morning and arrives at the Outreach Center by noon. Interested people should contact Anita Abrams at 251- 2138.

Monday May 31 Memorial Day INDIAN LAKE LAKE — Movie “Iron Man 2”, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m., Indian Lake Theater. For more information call 648-5950 or visit LONG LAKE — Memorial day parade, 10 a.m. NORTH CREEK — Memorial Day Parade, 10 a.m.

Tuesday June 1 THURMAN — The American Series Born Grave-Side in Warren County with GLoria Waldron Hukle at Thurman town hall, 7 p.m. Free. Visit or call 623-9305 for more information. NORTH WARREN — Adirondack Mountain Garden Club meeting, 10 a.m. - noon at the North Warren Emergency Building.

Wednesday June 2 THURMAN — Thurman Station Farmers’ Market opens, 12:30 - 5 p.m. Free admission. Call, 623-9718 or visit'_Market.htm for more information.

Thursday June 3 NORTH CREEK — Johnsburg Central School Honors Night 2010, 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium.

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Hutchins said he and his colleague, Inlet Supervisor John Frey, are so concerned about the loss of revenue to their towns and the precarious situation it puts them in for rescues that they offered to maintain the roads with their own highway crews. They also offered to help the state patrol the area, or pay a portion of its patrol costs, but the DEC is standing firm on its decision. “If it was a big money issue, I could understand,” Hutchins said. “But this to me is a no brainer. It would cost the state no money to open those gates.” But DEC officials disagree. DEC Spokesman David Winchell said in the past, two assistant forest rangers and one operations staff were assigned full-time to maintain and patrol the Moose River Plains corridor. Winchell noted that the assistant forest ranger program has been eliminated in the 2010-11 state budget, and said regional operations staff has been significantly reduced. “New York State, and therefore DEC, do not have a budget at this time. The budget extender bills do not include funds for non-personnel service. DEC has no fiscal year 2010 funding for work. These factors clearly underscore the fact that at this time DEC does not have the resources to maintain a high use areas such as the Moose River Plains Road System and the other roads that we announced will remain closed,” Winchell said. Other roads that will remain closed include Lily Pond Road in Horicon; Jabe Pond Road in Hague; Gay Pond Road and Buttermilk Road Extension in Warrensburg and Dacy Clearing Road in Fort Ann. Warren County supervisors are also irate over the road closures, citing longtime visitors to the area arriving only to find their favorite camping locales inaccessible. Winchell did say the DEC welcomes discussions with the affected municipalities in an effort to formulate a plan to open the gates. That is welcome news to Hutchins and Frey, and the supervisors plan to take the We state up on the offer by Finance! meeting with them in the Anyone near future. In the meantime, Hutchins said he finds the $85/week state’s rationale to close the gates a tough pill to swallow. “The bottom line is, I just don’t think they spend a lot 1997 Ford F150 of money in there,” Hutchins said.


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Crown Point boys and girls sweep MVAC Championships

Indian Lake-Long Lake’s Morgan King tosses a ball to the infield from her position at centerfield during the Orange’s MVAC Championship game against Crown Point. They fell to the Panthers. Photo by Nancy Frasier

By Lindsay Yandon

Crown Point defeated two local teams this week and went on to sweep the boys and girls MVAC Championships. The Lady Orange made it to the final, but couldn’t hold on and fell 4-2. The Mountaineers lost a tight contest to Schroon Lake, who went on to fall to Crown Point for the title. Section VII Class D brackets were released this week and teams will move on to sectional play.

Boys Baseball Schroon Lake 1 Minerva-Newcomb 0 KEENE — Schroon Lake moved onto the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference championship on May 20 with a 1-0 win over division III champs, the Mountaineers. Anthony Vanderwalker scored on a balk in the second inning and Mountaineers couldn’t rally against the Wildcats. Wednesday's game came down to a pitching duel between the Wildcats' Lance Paradis and the Mountaineers' Tatsuki Miyazato. Paradis struck out nine, walked four and gave up three infield hits. Miyazato returned 14 to the dugout, walked one and allowed three hits. "It was a great baseball game, with great pitching and no errors," said Schroon Lake coach Mike Sharp. "It's a shame it was decided on a balk, but we put ourselves in position to take advantage." Minerva-Newcomb threatened the lead in the sixth when Miyazato singled and stole second. He was then tagged on the way to third off a ground ball. No player on either team had two hits — three players rapped singles for both clubs. Schroon Lake went on to give up the MVAC championship to Crown Point on May 22.

Jaguar player Kelly Blackhurst goes to bat against Bolton. Johnsburg lost to the Eagles. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

their win over Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC semifinal play on May 20. Farrell also added a 2-run single later in the game. The Orange got a 4-RBI game from Sierra Olbert and three more RBIs from Kaylie Miller. Miller, who went the distance at the mound for the Orange, threw 12 strikeouts and only walked one. Kristen Ashline, however, went 3-for-4, including a 2-run homer in the seventh inning against Miller. Jenny Strain added a 2-run double for Indian Lake/Long Lake, and Jenn McGinn connected on a double for the Lions. Elizabethtown-Lewis' Kylee Cassavaugh and Chelsea Provost both went 2-4.

Crown Point 4 Indian Lake/Long Lake 2

Girls Softball

CROWN POINT — Lindsay Brace pitched a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts to lead Crown Point to a win and the MVAC Championship over the Orange on May 21. Brace walked only two, but had to overcome four Panther errors, including two in the seventh. After Indian Lake/Long Lake scored an unearned run to make it 4-2, Brace struck out the next two batters, leaving a runner on second and the tying run at the plate. "Brace had a good game. It was really hard for us to put our bats on the ball," Indian Lake/Long Lake Coach David Olbert said. "We stayed with them until the sixth inning — that was the difference in the game, that one inning.” Kaylie Miller allowed six hits while striking out six and walking none for the Orange. Indian Lake/Long Lake scored first, getting both of their hits in the first inning. Emma Gray delivered a one-out single, advanced to second on a wild pitch and later scored on Miller's RBI base hit. Tied in the third, Noel Vezzi led off the inning with a single, stole second and scored. The Panthers took the lead with three runs in the sixth. Jessica Potter led with a double and, one out later, scored. Morgan took second on the overthrow and came in to score on Lauren Brace's base hit. Brace advanced to second on the throw and, after a strikeout, scored on Bemis's single. Bemis had two hits for Crown Point. Alex Macey also had a hit. "We have to put the ball in play more to beat that team. they played better defense tonight than the last time we played them," said Olbert.

Indian Lake-Long Lake 13 Elizabethtown-Lewis 5

Schroon Lake 10 Johnsburg 7

Section VII Class D baseball bracket Quarterfinals - Friday, May 28 Elizabethtown/Lake Placid winner @ Schroon Lake (1), 4:30 p.m. Willsboro (5) vs. Westport/Keene (4) winner @ Westport, 4:30 p.m. Johnsburg/Chazy winner @ Crown Point, TBA Moriah (6) vs. Minerva-Newcomb (3) @ Newcomb, 4:30 p.m. Semifinals - Tuesday, June 1 High seeds host, 4:30 p.m. Championship - Thursday, June 3 @ Plattsburgh State, 4:30 p.m.

KEENE VALLEY — Murphy Farrell led off the first inning with a home run and started off Indian Lake/Long Lake to

SCHROON LAKE — Mindy Whitty had two hits and drove

in three runs as the Wildcats held off the Jaguars in a nonleague game on May 21. Schroon Lake took a 10-2 lead in the fifth before Johnsburg made a seventh-inning charge. The Jaguars' only two hits of the game came in the seventh.

Section VII Class D softball bracket Quarterfinals - Friday, May 28 Moriah (9)/Schroon Lake (8) winner @ Crown Point (1), 4:30 p.m. Wells (12)/Bolton (5 ) winner @ Elizabethtown (4), 4:30 p.m. Chazy (11)/Willsboro (6) winner @ Indian Lake-Long Lake (3), 4:30 p.m. Johnsburg (10)/Keene (7) winner @ Lake Placid (2), 4:30 p.m. Semifinals - Tuesday, June 1 High seeds host, 4:30 p.m. Final - Friday, June 4 @ Plattsburgh State, 4:30 p.m.

Gore remains undefeated NORTH CREEK — North Creek Gore jumped out to a 10 - 1 lead after two innings, and held off a North Creek Rotary comeback for a 11 - 8 win this week to improve to 5-0 on the season. Pitching for Gore was Andrew Sponable and Aidan Connelly. Connelly pitched the last three innings giving up only one hit and one run. With the bat Connelly was 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBIs. Josh Donohue also added two hits, a double and two RBIs. Brandon Tyrel had a triple and a RBI. Sponable and Mark Cleveland both had doubles, While Dalton Stevens added a single. Dawson West scored two runs and had three stolen bases. Gore has now won 24 straight regular season games.

Wildcats softball tops winning team JOHNSBURG — The Wildcats beat undefeated Napa 15-8 this week, moving their record to 4-1 for the season. Makayla Denno pitched a complete six innings for the Wildcats, adding eight strikeouts. Offensively she helped herself out by hitting a triple with three RBIs. Sabrina Roberts went 3for-3 at the plate hitting a single, a double and a home-run. She drove in five runs. Rebekah Harvey had a great game behind the plate. She caught four innings for the Wildcats and threw two runners out at third base. The Wildcats are having a successful season so far and hope to continue.

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ADIRONDACK LABOR ADVISORS, LLC a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) filed with the Sec of State of NY on 3/29/10. NY Office location: Warren County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to The LLC, 20 Garrison Rd., Glens Falls, NY 12804. General Purposes. NE-5/8-6/12/10-6TC67892 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION FOR A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY NAMED WILD WILD WEST SHOW LLC were filed with the New York Department of state on April 23, 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 2110. The character or purpose of the business of the LLC is entertainment services and all activities incidental or complementary thereto,and such may be engaged in by a company formed under the Limited Liability Company Law NE-5/15-6/19/10-6TC68001 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION of Servium92, L.L.C. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 3/26/10 Office location: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. The Post Office address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him is C/O the Business Filing Incorporated, 187 Wolf Road, Suite 101, Albany, New York 12205. Purpose of LLC: to engage in service of property management. Street address of Principal Business location is: 92 Bay Street, Glens Falls, New York 12801. NE-5/15-6/19/10-6TC68018 -------------------------------PUBLIC NOTICE FORMATION OF A NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY The name of the limited liability company is TAILS WAGG INN, LLC. The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Department of State was April 19, 2010. The county in New York in which the offices of the LLC are located is Warren. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process served against the LLC to 25 Blind Rock Road, Queensbury, NY 12804. The business purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the state of New York. LITTLE & O’CONNOR ATTORNEYS, P.C. 19 W. Notre Dame Street,


P.O. Box 898 Glens Falls, New York 12801-0898 NE-5/15-6/19/10-6TC68007 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF M O N T C A L M A P A R T M E N T S COMPANY, LLC Notice is hereby given of the formation of Montcalm Apartments Company, LLC under §203 of the Limited Liability Company Law. 1. The name of the limited liability company is Montcalm Apartments Company, LLC. 2. The Articles of Organization of the company were filed with the Secretary of State on March 3, 2010. 3. The County within the State in which the principal office of the company is to be located is Warren County. 4. The street address of the principal business location of the company is 220 Burke Dr., Queensbury, NY 12804. 5. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the company upon whom process against it may be served, and the post office address within the State to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against it served upon him or her is c/o Liberty Affordable Housing Inc., PO box 549, Rome, NY 13442. 6. The business and purpose of the company is to acquire, own and operate real property and to do all things necessary or appropriate in connection therewith. NE-5/15-6/19/10-6TC68023 -------------------------------NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Pursuant to New York Limited Liability Company Law §206, notice is hereby given that Articles of Organization for a Limited Liability Company have been filed with the Secretary of State as follows: (1) NAME: Adirondack Nautilus of New York LLC (2) FILING DATE: 02/18/2010 (3) COUNTY IN WHICH THE OFFICE OF THE LLC IS TO BE LOCATED: Warren The Secretary of State has been designated as the agent of the Limited Liability Company upon whom process may be served, and the post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against it is: 217 Dix Avenue - Suite 8, Glens Falls, New York 12801 (4) PURPOSE OF BUSINESS: To engage in any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized under the laws of the State of New York. Dated: March 9, 2010 Louis Pellino, Jr., Member NE-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68033 --------------------------------

COMPANY. NAME: NORTH CREEK RELATED SERVICES, LLC, Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of the State of New York (SSNY) on May 6, 2010. Office location: Warren County. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: The LLC, PO Box 121, Wevertown, NY 12886. NE-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68028 -------------------------------LEGAL NOTICE Notice of formation of limited liability company (LLC). Name: RERO ASSOCIATES, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Dept. of State of NY on April 23, 2010. Office loc.: Warren County. The principal business location is 931 State Route 9, Queensbury, NY 12804. The Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to c/o GF Management LLC, 435 Devon Park Dr., 500 Bldg., Wayne, PA 19087. Purpose: To engage in any lawful act or activity. NE-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68030 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY HANSEN’S LAUNDROMAT, LLC has been formed as a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) in New York. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York on March 24, 2010. New York office location: Warren County. Secretary of State designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to: c/o The LLC, 167 South Street, Glens Falls, New York 12801. Purpose: Any lawful business purpose. NE-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68049 --------------------------------


NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company that was formed is: HIGLEY PROPERTIES, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on April 22, 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 NOTICE OF State shall mail a copy of FORMATION OF any process is: HIGLEY LIMITED LIABILITY PROPERTIES, LLC, 31




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with the New York Department of State on April 8, 2010. The office of the LLC is to be located in Warren County. 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 25 West Berry Way, Queensbury, NY 12804. The latest date upon which the LLC is to dissolve is April 15, 2110. The character or purpose of the business of the LLC is creation of Tshirts, jewelry and headbands 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-4/24-5/29/10-6TC67843 --------------------------------



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CHESTNUT DRIVE , QUEENSBURY , NY 12804 . 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-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68032 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company that was formed is: HIGLEY LAKE PROPERTY, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on April 22, 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: HIGLEY LAKE PROPERTY, LLC, 31 CHESTNUT DRIVE , QUEENSBURY , NY 12804 . 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-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68037 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company that was formed is: GSH PROPERTIES, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on April 22, 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: GSH PROPERTIES, LLC, 31 CHESTNUT DRIVE , QUEENSBURY , NY 12804 . 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-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68038 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company that was formed is: GLENWOOD COMMONS, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on April 23, 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: G L E N W O O D COMMONS, LLC, 31 CHESTNUT DRIVE , QUEENSBURY , NY 12804 . 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-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68039 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF BRAY HOLDINGS, LLC Bray Holdings, LLC has been formed as a limited liability company in New York. The Articles of Organization were filed on May 7, 2010 with the Secretary of State. The office is located in Warren County. The Secretary of State is designated as Agent upon whom process may be served. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process served upon him/her to 273 Canada Street, Lake George, New York 12845; ATTN: Brett Lange. The purposed of the business of Bray Holdings, LLC is limited to the ownership and operation of certain real property commonly known as 273-275 Canada Street, Lake George, NY. NE-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68047 -------------------------------LEGAL NOTICE Aojirouma Publishing L.L.C. has been formed as a domestic limited liability company (LLC) in New York. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on April 21, 2010. Office location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served to: c/o LLC, 31 Dogwood Lane, Pottersville, NY 12860. Term: Perpetual. Purpose: To engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. NE-5/22-6/26/10-6TC68060 -------------------------------TATAR PROPERTIES LLC a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC), filed with the Sec of State of NY on 4/16/10. NY Office location: Warren County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to The LLC, 15 Braeside Circle, Queensbury, NY 12804. General Purposes. NE-5/29-7/3/10-6TC68064 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION of R & J RETAIL AND RENTAL LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/28/10. Office location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 2199 B State Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845. Purpose: any lawful activity. NE-5/29-7/3/10-6TC68087 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT WARREN COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIENS BY PROCEEDING IN REM PURSUANT TO ARTICLE ELEVEN OF THE REAL PROPERTY TAX LAW BY THE COUNTY OF WARREN INDEX NO. 53988 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 22nd day of April, 2010, the Warren County Treasurer, hereinafter the Enforcing Officer of the County of Warren, hereinafter the Tax District, pursuant

to law, filed with the Clerk of Warren County, the original of this Petition and Notice of Foreclosure against various parcels of real property for unpaid taxes. Such Petition and Notice of Foreclosure pertains to the following parcels: TOWN OF BOLTON ID# 123.00-2-4 Alderbrook Rd Off Goodwin Roxanna PO Box 3297 25.47Ac 0.0 Vacant res ID# 139.00-1-22 251 New Vermont Rd Dumas Gerald 392 State St Apt 12K 2.20Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 139.00-1-54 New Vermont Rd DeLorenzo Joseph DeLorenzo Lois 3.00Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 139.00-1-9 Hendricks Rd Tennent Jeffrey PO Box 787 105.53Ac 0. Vacant res ID# 140.00-3-1 Federal Hill Rd Battaglia John 11 Brianpath Pl 154.00Ac 0. Res vac lan ID# 140.00-3-3 Wright's Farm Rd Battaglia John 11 Brianbath Pl 126.00Ac 0. Res vac lan ID# 140.-1-77.3 Indian Brook Trl Tennent Jeffrey PO Box 787 11.20Ac 0.0 Vacant res ID# 140.-1-77.4 Sawmill Rd Tennent Jeffrey PO Box 787 10.30Ac 0.0 Vacant res ID# 155.00-1-51 18 Finkle Rd Monroe Karl J Monroe Beatrice 5.29Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 156.16-1-32.2 40 Pioneer Village Rd Advantage Realty, LLC 258 Ushers Rd Ste 202 0.49Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 171.06-1-15 5 Whitetail Ln Adamson Heather Kennedy Spencer B 2.01Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 171.07-1-56 Lakeshore Dr Domers Golden Properties LLC PO Box 230 187.00Ac 0. Res vac lan ID# 171.07-1-57 Lakeshore Dr Domers Golden Properties LLC PO Box 230 195.00Ac 0. Res vac lan ID# 171.07-1-62 Lakeshore Dr Domers Golden Properties LLC PO Box 230 239.00Ac 0. Res vac lan ID# 171.15-2-51 5023 Lakeshore Dr Kenzie Properties LLC 71 Indian Brook Trl 0.24Ac 0.00 Row bldg de ID# 171.19-1-56 11 Evergreen Ln Foote Philip L 5445 Safe Harbor Ct 0.14Ac 0.00 Seasonal ID# 185.00-1-19 Off N Lamb Hl.rd. Cooper Anton F 1050 E Schroon River Rd 4.61Ac 0.00 Priv forest ID# 185.00-1-33 Northway,off Cooper Anton F 1050 E Schroon River Rd 51.39Ac 0.0 Priv forest ID# 198.04-1-7 424 East Schroon River Rd Madden John P Trustee Leslie Madden 14.90Ac 0.0 Seasonal


ID# 251.18-2-40 Schuyler St ID# 34.-1-26 36 Kohl Rd Griff- 100.00FF 10 Vac w/imp Mastrantoni Rocco 80 Schuyler en Frederick Jr Griffen Karen St 150.00FF 75 Apartment 2.13Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 36.12-1-3 455 East Shore Dr Pollock Donald G Pollock ID# 251.18-2-41 80 Schuyler St ID# 35.-1-24.5 Olmstedville Rd Alfred F 7.60Ac 0.00 Seasonal Mastrantoni Rocco 80 Schuyler Hoolihan Patrick Hoolihan St 75.00FF 150 Cottage Cindy 0.56Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 38.-1-1.1 Beaver Pond Rd Johnson Brian V Johnson Tracy ID# 251.18-3-16 33 James St ID# 35.-1-29 343 Olmstedville 980.00Ac 0. Res vac lan Dunklee George Radcliff Candy Rd Price John A Price Kevin 50.00FF 177 1 family 0.51Ac 212. 1 family ID# 38.-1-1.2 Beaver Pond Rd Johnson Brian V 136 Johnson ID# 251.18-3-49 221 Canada St ID# 35.-1-35 332 Olmstedville Rd 980.00Ac 0. Res vac lan Mastrantoni Roberto Mastran- Rd Warrington Kenneth Sr toni Rocco 20.00FF 150 Diner Warrington Tressa 1.12Ac 0.00 ID# 72.-1-29 334 Grassville Rd 1 family Scott Don Scott Thomas ID# 251.18-4-30 93 Mcgillis Ave 0.91Ac 0.00 1 family Mastrantoni Robert Mastrantoni ID# 35.-1-43 436 Olmstedville Carmela 75.00FF 150 Cottage Rd Brassel Michael 178 Hud- ID# 72.-1-53.7 Duell Hill Rd son Pointe Blvd 2.50Ac 0.00 Watts-Ross Diane M M Murphy ID# 251.18-4-62 47 Caldwell Res vac lan Tina and Scott 3.89Ac 0.00 Ave Edwards Sheila 1123 ForRural lot<1 est Ave 75.00FF 200 Cottage ID# 35.2-1-4.1 Stone Bridge Rd Kingsley Harold 122 Stone ID# 88.14-1-9 6420 State Rte 8 ID# 251.20-1-39 Off Rt 9L Bridge Rd 1.50Ac 0.00 Res vac Smith Richard R Jr Smith Cindy Lloyd David Lloyd Jacquelyn lan Lee 0.43Ac 175. 1 family 0.14Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 35.2-1-4.2 Stone Bridge Rd ID# 88.7-1-34 6656 State Rte 8 ID# 251.20-1-44 Rt 9L Lloyd Kingsley Harold 122 Stone Fish Toby S 6656 State Rte 8 David A 2 Ashley Dr 0.13Ac Bridge Rd 0.82Ac 0.00 Res vac 0.42Ac 146. 1 family 0.00 Res vac lan lan ID# 100.-1-66 Showcase Dr ID# 251.20-1-45 Rt 9L Lloyd ID# 35.2-1-47 160 Stone Bridge Fazio John Jr 44 Willow Rd David Lloyd Jacquelyn 0.13Ac Rd Carman Hortense Est. Attn: 0.55Ac 0.00 Vac w/imp 0.00 Res vac lan Eugene Carman 0.43Ac 200. ID# 102.-2-5 343 Riverside StaMobile hom ID# 251.20-1-58 Washington tion Rd Mosher Edna PO Box Ave Lloyd David A 2 Ashley Dr ID# 35.4-1-21 S Off Stone 18 99.86Ac 0.0 Lumber yd/ 0.34Ac 0.00 Res vac lan Bridge Rd Vanhoren Alan Francis 27 Orchard St 0.63Ac 100. 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Vac w/imp 2.02Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 277.04-2-16 1776 Rt 9 ID# 133.8-1-37 1781 S JohnsEllsworth Daniel 374 Rt 149 ID# 69.-1-58 7339 State Rte 9 burg Rd Mosher Richard 1781 0.71Ac 0.00 1sty sml bld Fish Vern F Attn: Viola Fish South Johnsburg Rd 12.25Ac 0.0 Rural 0.26Ac 175. Mobile hom ID# 277.04-2-18 Rt 9 Ellsworth Daniel L 374 Rt 149 4.62Ac ID# 86.19-1-49./1Off Clarkson ID# 134.-1-41.1 1456 S Johns0.00 Camping pa Rd Loon Lake Woods Off burg Rd Kinnarney Kevin Oven Memory Ln 0.24Ac 0.00 Rural Mt Rd 135.05Ac 0. 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ID# 200.00-1-16 Route 9N,off Valenti Natale Valenti Carol ID# 120.10-1-3 63 Elk Glade ID# 2.-1-14.1 New Hague Rd 0.40Ac 0.00 Rural lot<1 Rd Musante Kenneth J Sawyer Ralph W 2 Sawyer Rd Musante Mary 0.69Ac 158. 1 9.00Ac 0.00 Res vac lan TOWN OF LAKE GEORGE family ID# 25.1-1-1.11 376 West ID# 224.01-2-12 3485 Rt 9 ID# 120.9-1-2 862 Friends Lake Hague Rd Robinson Eric PO Monroe Karl Monroe Beatrice Rd Lohmuller Julius Lohmuller Box 736 441.00Ac 0. Vac 2.60Ac 0.00 1 family Jeanette 0.45Ac 0.00 1 family w/imp ID# 225.00-1-38 344 Diamond ID# 120.9-1-4 24 Hill Park Rd Pt Rd Derby James E 344 Dia- Terry Margaret 16 Hill Park Rd mond Pt Rd 2.66Ac 0.00 1 fam- 2.30Ac 0.00 Com. Vac L ily ID# 152.-1-40 319 Potter Brook ID# 226.05-1-5 15 Carriage Hill Rd Wells Samuel N Wells Rd Taylor Douglas F Taylor Nancy J 10.23Ac 0.0 Mobile Debra J 0.80Ac 0.00 1 family hom ID# 238.00-1-30 Truesdale Hill ID# 152.-1-53 60 Friends Lake Rd Lake George Fly LLC C/O Rd Eagle John C PO Box 21 MFS Living and Leis 76.37Ac 125.00FF 10 1 family 0.0 Vacant rural ID# 16.-1-17.2 1468 North Gore ID# 238.08-1-72 56 Trinity Rock Rd Meyer Joseph C Meyer Rd Dross Thomas Dross Maria Beth 2.07Ac 0.00 Seasonal 0.26Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 16.-1-65 Dell Culver Rd ID# 238.16-1-6 3259 Lakeshore Saville Khris Hitchcock Robert Dr Tasker Richard Tasker 0.66Ac 200. Res vac lan Muriel 3.39Ac 0.00 Restaurant ID# 17.-1-3.3 Olmstedville Rd ID# 251.05-1-27 2831 Rt 9 Montgomery William E III PO Lanfear Michael R Lanfear Box 228 7.60Ac 0.00 Rural Keith D 3.87Ac 0.00 1sty sml lot<1 bld ID# 17.-1-45 Olmstedville Rd ID# 251.10-1-36 12 Upper Hub- Thomas Alica E 93 Blythewood ble Ln Trentacoste Joseph M Is Rd 45.83Ac 0.0 Vac w/imp Trentacoste Deborah 0.12Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 17.-1-47 Olmstedville Rd Collard Roger Collard ID# 251.14-1-3 100 West St Lawrence 4.00Ac 0.00 Res vac Fogg Sanford L 9 Lanie Dr lan 0.29Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 32.-1-38 Cobble Creek Rd ID# 251.14-2-11 50 Amherst St Muller Michael J PO Box 143 Cohen Mitchell Cohen Robin 30.38Ac 0.0 Vac w/imp 50.00FF 150 Part res use ID# 32.-1-9 941 State Rte 28N ID# 251.14-2-7 377 Canada St Emily's Farms Inc 941 State Millington William W 377 Cana- Rte 28N 1.42Ac 0.00 Mobile da St 0.02Ac 0.00 1sty sml bld hom ID# 251.18-2-10 60 Cooper St Chiaravalle Luigi Gino 60 Cooper St 100.00FF 15 1 family ID# 251.18-2-29 Cooper St Fazio Tony Fazio Mary Martha 48.00FF 150 Vac w/imp

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ID# 84.-1-6 2848 St Rt 28 Forchelli Michael 2848 St Rt 28 ID# 105.-2-16 Burnt Pond 0.90Ac 330. 1 family Estates Rd Saul Lyle Conrad Jr Saul Christine 8.18Ac 0.00 ID# 85.-2-13 River Cutoff Rd Rural lot<1 Lett Jefferson J Lett Cristen L 20.00Ac 0.0 Vacant res ID# 106.-1-46 Alder Brook Rd Spink Edwin 7987 11th Ave S TOWN OF LAKE LUZERNE ID# 33.-2-18.4 15 Deer Run 4.90Ac 0.00 Rural lot<1 Monaco Henry Monaco Maria ID# 285.-1-53 196 Gailey Hill 10.14Ac 0.0 Vac w/imp ID# 20.-1-41 441 Johnson Rd Rd Roesch Arthur E 196 Gailey Hill Penny 441 Johnson Rd Hill Rd 4.97Ac 0.00 Mobile ID# 34.-1-2 Off Ted Wells Rd 0.39Ac 0.00 Mobile hom hom White Kathleen Bennett Josita 43.00Ac 0.0 Priv forest ID# 20.-1-47 Johnson Rd Hill ID# 285.20-1-3 12 Pumphouse Frank Murphy Joseph Rd Supry Randolph PO Box TOWN OF HORICON

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Stranahan Industries Inc 1347 Bay Rd Lumber yd/ ID# 285.20-1-38 Old Stage Rd, off Unknown Owner Attn: Rpts ID# 278.-1-68 Bay Rd.,off 0.31Ac 0.00 Res vac lan Stranahan Daniel 5010 Dawson Way 39.37Ac 0.0 Priv forest ID# 285.20-1-44 877 Lake Ave Schuh Christopher & Diane PO ID# 278.-2-2 1334 Bay Rd Box 429 0.66Ac 0.00 Bar Stranahan Daniel 5010 Dawson Way Res vac lan ID# 285.-2-11 341 Gailey Hill Rd Caradonna Linda 341 Gai- ID# 279.17-1-36 127 Sunnyside ley Hill Rd 0.46Ac 0.00 1 fami- North Riccio Frank C Jr 127 ly Sunnyside North 0.22Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 286.11-1-21 1338 Lake Ave Picioccio Nichalos 1338 Lake ID# 279.17-1-49 313 Hewitt Rd Ave 0.62Ac 185. 1 family Riccio Frank C Jr 127 Sunnyside North 0.23Ac 0.00 SeaID# 286.16-1-6 Chuckwagon Trl sonal O'Keefe Barbara 353 Church St 0.37Ac 0.00 Rural lot<1 ID# 279.17-2-23 92 Sunnyside North Seeley Stephen Seeley ID# 286.8-1-30 Vanare Ln Bor- Jo Ann 0.20Ac 0.00 1 family mann Eugene & Barbara 26 Gage Hill Rd 7.18Ac 0.00 Res ID# 279.17-2-29 70 Sunnyside vac lan North Riccio Frank Riccio Phyllis 0.18Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 292.11-1-36 Fenway Dr Johnson Robert A. 3115 85th St ID# 288.-1-58 1471 State Route 0.91Ac 0.00 1 family 9 Cohen Mitchell A PO Box 21 1.99Ac 0.00 1sty sml bld ID# 292.11-1-63 602 Lake Ave Nat'l Assoc. Parks LLC Attn: ID# 288.-1-72 West Mountain Mitchell 3.15Ac 0.00 Trailer Rd Strough John Bonds Patripark cia 8.95Ac 0.00 Rural lot<1 ID# 292.11-1-64 613 Lake Ave ID# 288.8-1-48 French MounBarrett Bryan 613 Lake Ave tain Dr Young Grace Young 0.51Ac 0.00 1 family Donna 33.00Ac 0.0 Res vac lan ID# 292.-1-15.131 Scofield Rd Scofield Gene 124 Scofield Rd ID# 288.8-1-5.2 1533 State 11.90Ac 0.0 Rural lot<1 Route 9 Royal Hospitality, LLC 1545 State Route 9 4.96Ac ID# 292.8-1-1 753 Lake Ave 0.00 Motel Fuller Susan Sutton Caroline 0.54Ac 0.00 Diner ID# 289.12-1-9.12 Bay Rd Burke Patrick 936 Bay Rd ID# 293.-1-37 336 Howe Rd 103.00Ac 0. Res vac lan Klatt Peter PO Box 108 1.22Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 289.12-1-9.13 Bay Rd Burke Patrick 936 Bay Rd ID# 298.20-1-48 Seventh Ave, 102.00Ac 0. Res vac lan off Clausen William PO Box 619 0.41Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 289.12-1-9.14 Bay Rd Burke Patrick 936 Bay Rd ID# 298.7-1-23 432 Lake Ave 100.00Ac 0. Res vac lan Picioccio Carl 1338 Lake Ave ID# 289.12-1-9.15 Bay Rd 1.25Ac 0.00 1 family Burke Patrick 936 Bay Rd ID# 305.7-1-13 Davern Dr 100.00Ac 0. Res vac lan Burns H. & D. Estate Attn: TD Banknorth 0.10Ac 0.00 Res ID# 289.9-1-2 Glen Lake Rd Lawyer Deacon Jim Glen Lake vac lan Rd 0.11Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 305.8-1-29 Davern Dr Alexandrov Michael 1538 Main ID# 290.17-1-49 Fairway Ct Michaels Group LLC 10 BlackSt 100.00FF 10 Vac w/imp smith Dr Res vac lan ID# 312.16-1-10 East River Dr Morgan Diane M 351 Cedar- ID# 290.5-1-21 11 Wagon Trl croft Dr 2.35Ac 0.00 Res vac Orlow Joseph Alund Michael 1 family lan ID# 313.05-1-11 Schaeffer ID# 295.13-1-32 Easy St InserBrook Ln Cugini Ent. Inc 190 ra Richard 26 Easy St Res vac Spier Falls Rd 1.12Ac 0.00 Res lan vac lan ID# 295.6-1-8 West Mountain ID# 313.05-1-12 East River Dr Rd Brilling Peter III Brilling Cugini Ent. Inc 190 Spier Falls Nancy 5.87Ac 0.00 Res vac lan Rd 129.00Ac 0. Res vac lan ID# 295.8-1-2 1161 State Route ID# 313.09-1-3 Hudson Heights 9 Cohen Mitchell A PO Box 21 Dr Cugini Ent. Inc 190 Spier 0.60Ac 0.00 Diner Falls Rd 201.00Ac 0. Res vac ID# 296.13-1-60 State Route 9 lan Fazio John 44 Willow Rd ID# 313.09-1-4 Hudson Heights Vacant com Dr Cugini Ent. Inc 190 Spier Falls Rd 140.00Ac 0. Res vac ID# 296.13-1-61 State Route 9 Fazio John 44 Willow Rd lan 0.50Ac 0.00 Vacant com ID# 313.-1-59 Sherman Rd, ext Courtway Keith J Palanzo ID# 296.13-1-62 1012 State Karyn 28.38Ac 0.0 Priv forest Route 9 Fazio John 44 Willow Rd 0.46Ac 0.00 Restaurant ID# 318.1-1-14.1 2066 Call St Shattuck Timothy & Bonnie ID# 296.17-1-46.2906 State 1039 Hunt Lake Rd 6.26Ac Route 9 Everest Enterprises, LLC Attn: Kapoor Sanjay 0.00 1 family 2.90Ac 0.00 Motel ID# 318.-1-56 Daniels Rd, off Unknown Owner Attn: RPTS @ ID# 296.20-1-18 131 MeadowWarren Co 3.09Ac 0.00 Rural brook Rd Kruger Paul 131 Meadowbrook Rd 1.20Ac 0.00 lot<1 Apartment TOWN OF QUEENSBURY ID# 296.9-2-61 1 Oakwood Dr Reed Melissa ID# 227.18-1-34 77 Hanneford Reed Gary Rd Zimmer Robert Zimmer 0.36Ac 0.00 1 family Janet 0.27Ac 0.00 Seasonal ID# 297.17-1-79 60 Meadow Dr 60 ID# 240.-1-58 2150 Ridge Rd Bresette-Hyer Richard Collins Christopher Lee PO Box Meadow Dr 1 family 226 2.24Ac 0.00 Vac w/imp ID# 297.8-1-16 Marcy Dr ID# 240.-1-59 Ridge Rd.,off Adirondack Industrial Park 4 Collins Christopher Lee PO Box Walker Way Vacant ind 226 6.30Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 297.8-1-17 Marcy Dr ID# 240.5-1-31.2 2585 State Adirondack Industrial Park 4 Route 9L Jan's Six, LLC 2585 Walker Way Vacant ind S State Route 9L 14.18Ac 0.0 ID# 297.8-1-18 Marcy Dr Auto body Adirondack Industrial Park 4 ID# 253.-1-7 2027 Ridge Rd Walker Way Vacant ind Burke John 181 Beebe Rd ID# 301.14-1-60 24 Lady Slip1.00Ac 0.00 Res vac lan per Dr Schusteritsch Candace ID# 265.-1-30 1589 Bay Rd 24 Lady Slipper Dr 1 family LaRose Sophia 1589 Bay Rd ID# 301.19-1-1 Sherman Ave 3.50Ac 0.00 1 family Schmetterer Trevor 241 ClenID# 266.3-1-27 1649 Ridge Rd don Brook Rd 1.63Ac 0.00 Res Mattison James Mattison vac lan Donna 0.87Ac 0.00 Mobile hom ID# 301.20-1-27 45 Howard St Green Robert Green Karen ID# 266.3-1-5 20 Marcelle Ln 0.35Ac 0.00 1 family Down Richard Down Beverly 1.38Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 301.20-1-35.1 Howard St Green Robert Green Karen ID# 278.-1-46 Bay Rd Strana- 0.41Ac 0.00 Res vac lan han Industries, LLC 1340 Bay Rd 1sty sml bld ID# 302.14-2-13 14 Dixon Ct Spitzer Mark Spitzer Julie ID# 278.-1-48 Bay Rd Strana- 0.20Ac 0.00 1 family han Industries, LLC 1347 Bay ID# 302.6-1-58.1 704 Glen St Rd Vacant com Jackson Donnalee 704 Glen St ID# 278.-1-58 Bay Rd.,off 1.07Ac 0.00 Row bldg at Stranahan Daniel 5010 Dawson ID# 302.8-2-73 72 Everts Ave Way Vacant res Trust Robyn PO Box 188 ID# 278.-1-59 Bay Rd Strana- 2.14Ac 0.00 1 family han Industries Inc 1347 Bay Rd ID# 303.16-1-64 19 Park Ave 0.26Ac 0.00 Vacant com Dufour Ronald Dufour Bonnie ID# 278.-1-61 1347 Bay Rd 1 family

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100.50FF 10 1 family ID# 303.19-1-42 1 Lower Warren St Walkup Joseph 149 ID# 258.-1-32 Lens Lake Rd River St Bar Trust Of Phylliss Farrell 306 3.68Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 303.20-1-11 24 Boulevard Corlew Eugene R 28 Boulevard ID# 260.-1-52.11 Hadley Rd 1sty sml bld Bosford Michael Bosford Tammy 9.00Ac 0.00 Vacant ID# 303.20-1-4 Dix Ave Dufour land Ronald Dufour Bonnie 0.19Ac 0.00 Vacant com TOWN OF THURMAN

1 family ID# 224.1-1-5 2188 Harrington Hill Rd Lewis Thomas J 2188 Harrington Hill Rd 4.48Ac 0.00 1 family ID# 249.-1-53 Viele Pond Rd Janesky Thomas Janesky Arlene M 43.90Ac 0.0 Res vac lan

Effect of Filing: All persons havID# 303.20-2-19 Boulevard ID# 167.3-1-26 131 Huber Rd ing or claiming to have an interGalvin Mark 17 Heather Dr Allen Phyllis K 127 Huber Rd est in the real property Vacant ind 0.86Ac 0.00 Mobile hom described in this Petition are hereby notified that the filing of ID# 303.20-2-36 7 Boulevard ID# 180.-2-14 Valley Rd Mosh- this Petition constitutes the comBoldan, LLC 7 Boulevard er Edna So Johnsburg Rd mencement by the Tax District 0.24Ac 0.00 Bar Mobile hom of a proceeding in the Supreme Court of Warren County to foreID# 304.17-1-27 Boulevard,off ID# 194.-1-27 Valley Rd Mosh- close each of the tax liens thereSec. of Housing & Urban Dev. er Edna 295 So Johnsburg Rd in described by a foreclosure 100 Penn Square East 0.56Ac Lumber yd/ proceeding in rem. 0.00 Com. Vac L Nature of Proceeding: This proID# 195.-1-36 Barton Rd ceeding is brought against the ID# 308.10-1-8 28 Linette Ln Flewelling Robert T West real property only and is to foreSpratt Robert Jr 28 Linette Ln Mountain Road Rural lot<1 close the tax liens to the extent 0.46Ac 0.00 1 family the same exist on the parcels ID# 196.-1-28 Glen-Athol Rd described in Schedule “A” of this ID# 308.12-1-13 10 West Dr Leslie Richard E 601 West End Petition. No personal judgment Dutcher David Dutcher Winona Ave Rural lot<1 will be entered herein for such 0.25Ac 0.00 1 family taxes or other legal charges or ID# 196.-1-31 Glen-Athol Rd any part thereof. ID# 308.12-2-44 63 Michigan Deblois Viateur PO Box 213 Persons Affected: This Notice Ave Boller Dianne L 148 Bun- 0.99Ac 0.00 Mobile hom is directed to all persons owning zey Mt Rd Mobile hom or having or claiming to have an ID# 196.-1-37 Frost St Ungar interest in the real property ID# 308.18-1-22 13 Honey Hol- Paul 21 Cooper St Ste 2 described in this Petition. Such low Rd Petrie Mark 13 Honey 3.08Ac 0.00 Rural lot<1 interest is evident from the Hollow Rd 1 family exhibits attached to this Petition ID# 209.3-2-14 547 High St and Notice of Foreclosure. ID# 308.6-1-47 62 Burch Rd Durkee Velma H Durkee Such persons are hereby notiOvitt Gary 62 Burch Rd 0.59Ac Bernard 1 family fied further that a duplicate of 0.00 Mobile hom this Petition and Notice of ForeID# 209.3-2-8 Mud St Rounds closure has been filed in the ID# 308.6-1-77 Dean Dr Dean Robert 66 Mud St 1 family Office of the Enforcing Officer of Alvin Sr Dean Virginia Vac the Tax District and will remain w/imp ID# 221.-2-15 400 Mud St Hol- available for public inspection comb Cherie 400 Mud St up to and including the date ID# 308.8-2-32 12 Dawn Rd Mobile hom specified below as the last day Thompson Michael Thompson for redemption. Shirley 0.69Ac 0.00 Mobile ID# 221.-2-29 Mud St Wood Right of Redemption: Any perhom Gilbert R Jr. 565 Mud St Mobile son having or claiming to have hom an interest in any such real ID# 308.9-1-22 635 Luzerne Rd property and the legal right Barber Michelle Barber Timothy TOWN OF WARRENSBURG thereto may on or before said 12.69Ac 0.0 Rural date, redeem the same by payID# 137.15-2-5 Mountain Ln ing the amount of all such ID# 309.10-1-14 Second St., Serafini Anna PO Box 69 Res unpaid tax liens thereon, includOff Fish James Fish Judith vac lan ing all interest and penalties and 0.36Ac 0.00 Res vac lan other legal charges which are ID# 138.2-1-17 Schroon River included in the lien against such ID# 309.10-1-15 5 Second St Rd Whitney Darlene 147 Cher- real property, computed to and Fish James Fish Judith 0.26Ac ry Ave Res vac lan including the date of redemp0.00 1sty sml bld tion. Such payments shall be ID# 154.-1-30.1 Pucker St made to Francis X. O’Keefe, ID# 309.10-1-47 79 Main St Raymond Paul J Engel Lois Warren County Treasurer, WarGoodwin Robert Goodwin Rox- 159.90Ac 0. Vacant res ren County Municipal Center, anna 0.21Ac 0.00 Part res use 1340 State Route 9, Lake ID# 168.-1-8 Old Route 9 Defr- George, New York 12845. In ID# 309.10-1-48 77 Main St uscio Dominic A III 123 Poyneer the event that such taxes are Grady Patricia 77 Main St Rd 5.50Ac 0.00 Rural lot<1 paid by a person other than the 0.42Ac 0.00 Part res use record owner of such real propID# 168.-2-15 199 Forest Lake erty, the person so paying shall ID# 309.10-2-44 131 Fourth St. Rd Kelly James A Wick Nancy be entitled to have the tax liens Ext. Luther Tammy 2 Seward J 0.40Ac 150. 1 family affected thereby satisfied of St Mobile hom record, but title to the property ID# 197.-2-12.1 Rocky Ridge will not be otherwise affected. ID# 309.13-1-1 Corinth Rd Road Morehouse Ronald O PO Last Day for Redemption: The Contore Co Inc The PO Box Box 252 20.00Ac 0.0 Res vac last day for redemption is here269 7.80Ac 0.00 Vacant com lan by fixed as the 20th day of August, 2010. ID# 309.13-1-73 Corinth Rd ID# 210.12-3-57 15 Third Ave Service of Answer: Every perBruno Julia Fazio Joseph Shostak Walter G Shostak son having any rights, title or 16.66Ac 0.0 Vacant com Linda R 0.28Ac 152. 1 family interest in or lien upon any parcel of real property described in ID# 309.17-1-25 441 Big Bay ID# 210.16-1-24 52 Hudson St this Petition may serve a duly Rd Albany Telephone Co c/o Fisk Harley 5 Woodward Ave verified answer upon the attorAT & T Mobility 0.29Ac 0.00 0.29Ac 102. Res vac lan ney Vacant ind for the Tax District setting forth ID# 210.16-1-44 18 Henry St in detail the nature and amount ID# 309.9-1-30 63 Illinois Ave Hayes Kevin T Hayes Andrea of his or her Lopez Goldie 63 Illinois Ave 0.24Ac 100. Res vac lan interest and any defense or 0.28Ac 0.00 Mobile hom objection to the foreclosure. ID# 210.20-5-3 150 Library Ave Such Answer must be filed in ID# 309.9-2-23 South Ave Langworthy David A Langwor- the Office of the Warren County Freedman Liapes Sylvia 300 E thy Barbara 0.74Ac 308. Clerk and served upon the attor85Th St Apt 1705 0.06Ac 0.00 Mobile hom Res vac lan ID# 211.-1-11 Schroon River Rd ID# 309.9-3-58 15 Vermont Ave Kruger Paul D Kruger Donald P Lord David Lord Inez 1 family 3.41Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 309.9-3-6 22 New Hamp- ID# 211.13-4-24 3745 Main St shire Ave Hammond Robert 22 Fruda Richard J 3 Hackensack New Hampshire Ave Res vac Ave 0.17Ac 93.5 lan ID# 211.17-2-19 30 River St ID# 309.9-3-7 New Hampshire Commarto Samuel J 30 River Ave Hammond Robert 22 New St Hampshire Ave Res vac lan ID# 211.18-1-32 5 Rosalie Ave ID# 316.5-1-21 Big Boom Rd Harrington Arnold H Naomi V 1 Markwell Gary 61 Twin Chan- family nels Rd Res vac lan ID# 223.-1-13 13 Planty Dr ID# 316.6-1-6 Big Boom Rd., Planty Shawn Planty Randy Off Flynn George 9 Hovey St Scott 51.50Ac 0.0 Vac w/imp Apt 2 0.47Ac 0.00 Res vac lan ID# 223.7-1-14 River St Planty TOWN OF STONY CREEK Shawn Planty Randy Scott 0.20Ac 30.0 Res vac lan ID# 246.19-1-16 Warrensburg Rd Harrington Amy & Susan M ID# 223.7-1-22 River St & W Bradley Neil P 65.00FF Thompson David J Thompson 73. Row bldg de Marcia M 1.08Ac 302. 1 family ID# 256.14-2-28 N Harrisburg ID# 223.8-1-5 277 River St Rd Martin John Martin Denise Baker Lorraine Y 277 River St

ney for the Tax District on or before the date abovementioned as the last day for redemption. Failure to Redeem or Answer: In the event of failure to redeem or answer by any person having the right to redeem or answer, such person shall be forever barred and foreclosed of all his or her right, title and interest and equity of redemption in and to the parcel described in this Petition and Notice of Foreclosure and a Judgment in foreclosure may be taken by default. FRANCIS X. O’KEEFE WARREN COUNTY TREASURER Paul B. Dusek, Esq. Warren County Municipal Center 1340 State Route 9 Lake George, NY 12845 (518) 761-6463 NE-5/15,5/29,6/12/10-3TC68024 ----------------------------------------NOTICE TO BIDDERS The undersigned shall receive sealed bids for sale and delivery to the County of Warren as follows: WC 52-10 - AIRPORT TWO ENGINE SELF PROPELLED SNOW BLOWER WC 53-10 - FISH FOOD FOR WARREN COUNTY FISH HATCHERY You may obtain these Specifications either on-line or through the Purchasing Office. If you have any interest in these Specification on-line, please follow the instructions to register on the Capital Region Purchasing Group website, either for free or paid subscription. Go to and choose BIDS AND PROPOSALS to access the Capital Region Purchasing Group OR go directly to G/public/home1.asp. If you Choose a free subscription, please note that you must visit the site up until the response deadline for any addenda. All further information pertaining to this bid will be available on this site. Bids which are not directly obtained from either source will be refused. Bids may be delivered to the undersigned at the Warren County Municipal Center, Warren County Purchasing Department, 2nd Floor, 1340 State Route 9, Lake George, New York, during regular business hours. Bids will be received up until Thursday, June 17, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. at which time they will be publicly opened and read. All bids must be submitted on proper bid proposal forms. Any changes to the original bid documents are grounds for immediate disqualification. Late bids by mail, courier or in person will be refused. Warren County will not accept any bid or proposal which is not delivered to Purchasing by the time indicated on the time stamp in the Purchasing Department Office. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Julie A. Pacyna, Purchasing Agent Warren County Municipal Center Tel. (518) 761-6538 NE-5/29/10-1TC-68082 -----------------------------------------

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REAL ESTATE ADIRONDACK “ BY OWNER” 1000+ photo listing of local real estate for sale, vacation rentals & timeshares. Owners: List with us for only $275 per year. Visit on-line or call 518-891-9919

ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDATION. Starting $129/mo. 1-2 1/2- acre ranch lots. 1 hour from Tucson. NO CREDIT CHECK. Owner Financing, Money Back Guarantee.1-800631-8164 code 4018. COOPERSTOWN N.Y. Beautiful Ranch 3br, 2 bath, Large Kitchen, Fantastic Views, 3.86 acres. Reduced for quick sale $179,000 518-2316706

***FREE FORECLOSURE Listings*** OVER 400,000 properties nationwide. Low down payment. Call now 800-250-2043. ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDATION. Starting $129/mo. 1to 2-1/2 acre ranch lots. 1 hour from Tucson. No credit check. Guaranteed financing. Money Back Guarantee. 1-800631-8164, Code4019, DOUBLEWIDES $35,995; modular ranch homes $49,995; Capes $59,995; 2-stories $79,995. American Homes NC MOUNTAIN LAND Mountain top tract, 2.6 acres, private, large public lake 5 min. away, owner must sell. Only $25,500. Call 866-275-0442 NY LAND FORECLOSURE SALE 5 acres beautiful ridge- $15,995. 15.8 acres w/ snowtrails & stateland- $27,995. 24.8 acres in Lewis County $17,995. Must sell. Will finance. 800-229-7843. SULLIVAN COUNTY REAL PROPERTY TAX FORECLOSURE AUCTION. 200+/Properties June 9@ 9:30AM. The Lodge at Rock Hill, NY 800-243-0061 AAR & HAR. Free brochure: UPSTATE NY FARM SACRIFICE! 10 acres $29,900 Rushing stream, woods, views, valuable Southern Tier location! Sale date 5/29/10! Terms available! Call 888-378-6910

REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE 20 ACRE RANCHES Near Growing El Paso Texas. Only $12,900 $0Down, $99 per/mo. Owner Financing. No Credit Checks Money Back Guarantee. Free Map/Pictures. 1-800755-8953

*5 ACRES w/CAMP $19,995! *”I Can’t Believe it!” “Something must be wrong with it!” See for yourself! It’s the best Investment in land in NYS! Christmas & Associates. Call us at 1-800-229-7843 or visit Find us on Facebook! 6.5 PRIVATE acres only 8 minutes from Gore Mt! Asking $39K;any reasonable offer considered. Owner financing available. 315262-2724 or email UPSTATE NY FARM SACRIFICE 10 acres $29,900! Rushing stream, woods, views, valuable So. Tier location! Sale date 5/29/10! Terms available. Call 1-888-376-4623

VACATION/ RECREATIONAL RENTALS OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND. Best selection of affordable rentals. Full/partial weeks. Call for FREE brochure. Open daily. Holiday Real Estate. 1-800-638-2102. Online reservations:

HOME FOR SALE 2 houses, Witherbee Rd, Witherbee, NY. #426, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, #424, 4 bedroom, 1 bath, Each $32,500, or both $59,500. Possible seller financing, Call owner 904-471-8369, St Augustine, Florida, or see your realtor.

WITHERBEE APARTMENT house for sale, 2 story, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, and with storage building. Asking 32,000 please contact at 518-546-7124. Customer Satisfaction is our trademark and our reputation.


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AUTO ACCESSORIES 2 USED Bridgestone tires P215/60 R16 $30. Thurman, NY 518-623-4081 TOYOTA, 8’ cap. Fits 07/08 pick up. Fiberglass w/roof racks and hardware, dark green. Asking $499 OBO. Like new. 518-3593573.

BOATS 1984 24 ft Trophy Bayliner & trailer, needs steering cable, $4500 Call Matt 973-4322306 (May 29 & 30 only) OLD TOWN canoe, king fisher, very good condition, paddles, vests, seat backs $450, 15 ft. 518-494-0053

DANFORTH ANCHOR 25-30’ boat $40 navy anchors from 15 to 35 lbs. $10 518-597-3932 GUIDE BOAT - 14’ custom Peter Hornbeck guide boat; kevlar body; wood side rails, thwarts, yoke; wood/cane seats and seat backs; brass hardware; includes pr. of wood oars and 2 guide paddles; excellent condition, one owner; $3300. 745-5670 OLD NEPTUNE trolling motor, around 1940s $275 518-798-1426

CARS FOR SALE 1989 CADILLAC Brougham, 73,483 miles, $2200. Call after 5pm 518-9622376

1995 FORD F150, pickup, 5 speed, 2 wheel drive, needs some work, $400 518-251-0178

2004 RAV4 4 wheel drive 94,000 miles, well maint.,clean inside & out, asking $9500 518494-7206

MOTORCYCLE/ ATV 2008 SUZUKI DR 650. 580 miles. Excellent condition. $4500 OBO. 518-572-0560. 2009 HONDA Rebel, 250cc, like new, 110 miles. $3,250 OBO. 518-236-5404. WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI,1970-1980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750, H1-500, S1-250, S2-250, S2-350, S3-400. CASH PAID. 1-800-7721142. 1-310-721-0726.


1994 PALOMINO pop-up camper, sleeps 6, good condition, asking $2200 518-585-6287 2003 LEISURE TRAVEL Freedom 2B, fully equipped, tow receiver, air shocks, stabilizer, 60K miles, $38,000, includes tow bar & brake body 518-648-5440 2004 FLEETWOOD Bounder, 35ft, 15K miles, Original Owners, two slideouts, generator +2 AC’s. Stored under cover. Non-smokers. By appt. 518-494-3585 Avail 6/1/10 CLASS A Motorcoach 2005 Independant Gulf Stream very low mileage , very good Condition , sleeps 7 , Slide out. Must Sell Firm Offer $72,500 Seroius Buyers Only call 518-561-9592


AAAA ** DONATION Donate your Car Boat or Real Estate. IRS Tax Deductible. Free Pick-up/Tow. Any Model/Condition. Help Under Privileged Children. Outreach Center. 1-800-928-7566

DONATE A Car Today To Help Children And Their Families Suffering From Cancer. Free Towing. Tax Deductible. Children’s Cancer Fund of America, Inc. 1-800469-8593

DONATE A CAR - HELP CHILDREN FIGHTING DIABETES. Fast, Free Towing. Call 7 days/week. Non-runners OK. Tax Deductible. Call Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. 1-800-578-0408


DONATE YOUR CAR! Breast Cancer Research foundation! Most highly rated breast cancer charity in America! Tax Deductible/Fast Free Pick Up. 800-771-9551 DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING. “Cars for Kids”. Any condition. Tax deductible Outreach Center. 1-800-597-9411

TRUCK OR VAN FOR SALE 1997 E350 Van, latter rack, tow package, storage racks inside, good work van, Asking $1500 518-585-7011 CHECK us out at

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