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By Mike Corey MINERVA Ñ The lone school to see its budget voted down quickly went back to the drawing board, deciding to hold the line when it came to the budget they would present to the voters June 17. The Minerva Central School District budget vote process began again following the results of the May 20 budget vote. On that day, the budget that the Board of Education put up was defeated by 13 votes, falling just short of the 60 percent voter approval that NYS has required of all districts whose tax levies are higher than the districtÕ s tax cap, which for Minerva is 2.75 percent. The proposed Minerva budget calls for a tax levy increase of 13.5 percent. The MCS Board of Education held a special meeting May 22 to hear from the public concerning the re-vote and to make a decision on how it would proceed with the 2014-2015 school budget. A crowd of 32 citizens packed the schoolÕ s library to provide comment and hear about what the Board intended to do concerning the next vote. Superintendent Tim Farrell began the discussion with a quick summary of Board options. One option: the budget could be immediately brought to contingency, meaning the school would have to reduce expenses by $446,000. The other options included putting forth the same budget that was voted on May 20, or changing the budget by lowering it or even raising it. CONTINUED ON PAGE 5


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Johnsburg baseball scores big upset Indian Lake Central School presents “Little Shop of Horrors” June 6 and 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the school gymatorium. Students in grades 3-12 are participating. Tickets are $8 per person and $6 for children under 12. Photo provided







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NORTH CREEK Ñ Cork Nester, Chairperson of the Town of JohnsburgÕ s Planning Board, said there has not yet been any application made by Westlake Development, LLC to the town of Johnsburg in relation to the 5.5 acre plot at the end of the business district that is intended to be a Family Dollar. Ò We have not received an application,Ó Nester said. Ò We did receive two renderings of a building they would consider putting there. The first was plain and boxy. The second one was boxy, but had

brick on it. I told them that they were getting closer.Ó Nester explained that the site is in the least restrictive zoning area, a hamlet business 1 zone. There are few restrictions on this site, as opposed to Family Dollar locating directly on Route 28. When the townÕ s master plan was created in 2007, much of Route 28 was designated a scenic corridor. He stated that only a few spots allow businesses a zoning variance for a would-be Class A project, requiring consultation with the Adirondack Park Agency, adding another layer and expense to any project proposed. Mark Bergman, Associate Broker with Select SothebyÕ s International Realty, was the chairman of

that 2007 Special Planning Committee that rewrote the zoning and subdivision laws to transfer jurisdiction for most planning matters from the Adirondack Park Agency to the town, disagrees with this assessment. Bergman pointed to a map on the townsÕ website which shows that most of Route 28 which lies within the hamlet is not designated as a scenic corridor but is rather a business or mixed zone with some areas of the less restrictive zoning. Nester said that there is a lack of available land for sale in that area zoned for business. CONTINUED ON PAGE 5

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North Creek, JCS honors fallen, veterans on Memorial Day By Keith Lobdell

The local Boy Scouts lead the Memorial Day Parade from Johnsburg Central School in North Creek.

NEWCOMB - The following students have been named to the honor roll for the third marking period of the 2013-14 school year at Newcomb Central School. Grade 7 High honors: Alyssa Comeau, Peter OÕ Donnell Honors: Grace Armstrong, Adrien Comeau, Ryan Haneman, Kagan Helms Grade 8 High honors: Ericka DeMars, Rebecca Draper Honors: Patrick McCarroll Grade 9 High honors: Jordan Bush Honors: Emma Gocke, Tarryn Gould, Noah Haneman, Aiden LaCourse, Ethan Pratt

Members of the Johnsburg Central School marching band perform during the Memorial Day parade.

Grade 10 High honors: Meghan OÕ Donnell, Bethanie Viele Honors: Meranda Allen, Isabelle Bureau, KateLynn Geiger, Daghan Karaali Grade 11 High honors: Michaela Moses Honors: Rachel Bush, Mary LaBar, Emily Marra, Madison Miller, Andrew Sponable, Stephen Viele, Makenzie Winslow Grade 12 High honors: Aaron DeLoria, Peyton Gould, Rebecca Marra, Charles Sun Honors: Kailah Armstrong, Nichole Bohannon, Hoang Dan, Alex Ruzbacki, Huy Van, Bruce Yan, Caitlyn Yandon, Ipek Yildiz, Zora Zhu

Members of the American Legion conduct services during the Indian Lake Memorial Day ceremony. Photo provided


Newcomb CS honor roll named

NORTH CREEK Ñ As the Boy Scouts led the procession from Johnsburg Central School to the veteranÕ s park, the crowd was assembling to pay tribute to those who fought and fell for their country. New York State Trooper and Johnsburg CS alumni Jim Conway was the featured speaker at the May 26 Memorial Day service, speaking about honoring all veterans as well as those who had made the ultimate sacrifice. Ò It is an honor to be back where I once stood as a member of the high school band and honor those who fought and died for the freedom of our country,Ó Conway said. Ò We honor and thank all of you veterans for the commitment you made to your country.Ó Conway shared personal stories including one of his stepfather, who had been captured by German forces and was a prisoner of war for one year in World War II. Ò I can only imagine the courage and determination of those men,Ó he said. Conway also related an experience he had on Sept. 11, 2001, when he was serving as a Trooper in Montgomery County. “We did not know what was coming next and some officers were being called back to the barracks and told to end their shift,” Conway said. “At first, I didn’t know why they were doing that, then I realized they were being called into active duty. At that point, all the thoughts I had at the time changed into a sense of pride.Ó

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Adk. Museum set ‘Almost, Maine’ comes to Tannery Pond for 2014 season By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Ñ When the Adirondack Museum opened for its 57th season on Friday, May 23, visitors will find the 32-acre campus hopping like a spring peeper, with several new exhibitions, programs, family activities, and events in addition to the classic favorites. Again this year, the museum invites year-round residents of the Adirondack Park to visit free of charge every Sunday during the open season, and every day the museum is open in May and October. Proof of year-round residency Ð such as a driverÕ s license, passport, or voter registration card Ð is required The museum is open daily, including holidays, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, May 23 through Columbus Day, Monday, Oct. 13.

The Old Hotel Speaks!

For the first time ever, all seven upstairs and downstairs rooms of the museumÕ s 1876 hotel building are open to the public this season, enhanced with a new audio art exhibition called Sonic Hotel: Lost and Found Sounds of the Adirondacks that was created by New York City sound artist John Morton, who has a camp in Piseco. This immersive sound installation combines oral histories, field recordings of animals and people in the wilderness, music, and other sounds that are manipulated, layered, and juxtaposed by digital technologies. As visitors walk through each room of this historic artifact, they hear an ever-changing symphony of sounds aural portrait of the Adirondacks through time.

Camping Out

Another new show, “Gone Camping: Outfitting the Adirondack Campsite,Ó traces the evolution of camping equipment from the 1800s through today, highlighting changes in society, their role in camping as a recreational activity, and their effect on the development of new tools and methods of enjoying the great outdoors.

Theme Park Memories

A small new exhibition called Arto Monaco and the Land of Makebelieve provides a walk down memory lane for anyone who visited the Land of Makebelieve in Upper Jay, one of the world’s first theme parks. The display features personal effects from the studio and workshop of the parkÕ s multi-talented visionary, Arto Monaco, as well as many items from his Land of Makebelieve theme park, which was operational from 1954 (before Disneyland opened) until 1979.

For the Kids

ThereÕ s always a lot for children and grandchildren to do at the museum, including The Great Outdoors, a hands-on exhibition all about outdoor sports; a child-sized pioneer homestead with cabin, woodshed, and washing yard; a one-room schoolhouse with classic indoor and outdoor games; and much more. This season, an additional activity for families is the new Ò KidsÕ Audio TourÓ that can be accessed from adultsÕ mobile phones, featuring stories from local youngsters describing artifacts in different exhibitions and sharing why they love living in the Park. Other museum special events this season will include: •“Museum Benefit Gala and Harold K. Hochschild Award CeremonyÓ on Saturday, July 26; •“American Mountain Men Encampment” on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 15 and 16; •“Hidden History” behind-the-scenes tours of the museum’s collections on Friday, Sept. 12 and Friday, Sept. 19; •“27th Annual Rustic Furniture Fair” on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13 and 14; Additional information about museum exhibitions, programs, special events, and membership is available on the museumÕ s website and Facebook page.

Minerva CS Honor roll named MINERVA Ñ The following students were named to the honor roll for the third marking period of the 2013-14 school year at Minerva Central School: Middle School Ava Anderson, Meghan Dunkley, Audrey Fish, Shane BushLancaster, Jasmine Jenks, Riley Dunkley, Andrew Taylor, Kaleb Davie and Cassandra Pratt High School Sydney Barber, Angela McCall, Jessica Hill, Karissa Wright, Ye-Seon Kim, Gabrielle McNally, Bridgett Mather, Sara-Paige Hodges, Drew Deshetsky, Taylor Feiden, Cheyenne Williams, Danielle McNally, Daniel Dunbar, Riley Mather, Dustin Saville, Richard Bennett Jr., Kylie Dimick, Astasia Myler, Timothy Vanderwarker, Dakota Bennett, Alexandria Johnson and Steven Colletti, Jr.

NORTH CREEK Ñ Bringing theater to the Adirondacks again this summer season, Our Town Theatre Group is slated to present the play, Ò Almost, Maine,Ó a John Cariani bill. Ò Our Town gives people the opportunity who normally wouldnÕ t participate,Ó said Dan Spudnicky, Our Town member. Ò We have close to a dozen cast and a few behind the scene.Ó Our town was started by Lyle Dye in 1996 and is a community theatre program based in North Creek. Annually, the group hosts two main stage preformances, one in the spring and one in the fall. A New York Times review of the TheatreWorks production of Ò Almost, MaineÓ calls it, Ò a series of nine amiably absurdest vignettes about love, with a touch of good-natured magic realism. This is a beautifully structured play, with nifty surprise endings (most but not all of them happy) and passing references to characters from other vignettes, which slyly tell us more about them.Ó Ò This play is based in a town called

Ô Almost, MaineÕ ,Ó said Spudnicky. Ò It explores small town life, relationships in that town and missed connections.Ó The play will be a one day production on the Tannery Pond Stage June 1 at 2 p.m. it is free to the public.

By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Ñ The Adirondack LakesÕ Center for the Arts will be presenting the locally penned production of, Ò Forever Wild,Ó June 13 and 14. Ò The play is comprised of several viniettes, written, directed and casted by locals from Long Lake, Blue Mountain Lake and Indian Lake,Ó said Alex Harris event coordinator. The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts center, serving over 2,000 square miles of the Adirondack Park. The Arts Center provides services to the non-profit field as a presenter, producer and educator in the artistic disciplines of visual arts, theater, music, dance, and film throughout

Fish and Game Club announces derbies By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen

LONG LAKE Ñ The Long Lake Fish and Game Club will be hosting its annual kids fishing derby June 7. “This fishing derby has been going on at least 20 years,Ó said Bruce Jennings, Fish and Game Club secretary. Ò ItÕ s a day for father and child or family to get a line wet and spend a day together.Ó The family-friendly activity will take place on the Town Beach Spill Way and the pond. A lunch will be provided to the children participating by the Fish and Game Club. Prizes will also be given out to youth as lures, lines and other fishing items will be up for grabs. There is no entry fee to participate in the Derby. June 21 marks the opening of Bass season on Long Lake with the annual bass derby. Northern large and small mouth bass are native to the lake and up for

grabs in this prize by weight event. The event is $25 per person and boat push off is scheduled for 6:30 a.m. Weigh in for the event will be from 3 to 3:30 p.m. in the event of a tie length will determine the winner.

David Reyer to show photography

JOHNSBURG Ñ The Johnsburg Library gallery will host David Reyer, a recent graduate from The International School of Photography located in New York City. He has just returned from fulfilling his dream of shooting in Costa Rica. He focused on the relationships he observed in Nosaro while working as a surf photographer in his uncles surf shop. His photos will be on exhibit in the library through June and July.

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sculpture out of craft sticks, covered wire, wax sticks and more. We will have fun figuring out how to make them free-standing and self-supporting through the application of these principles. This program is free and suitable for children entering first grade and up with a limit of 25 so call the library to register at 251-4343.

Museum to hold science exhibit

JOHNSBURG Ñ The Tang Teaching Museum will do a program that includes the principles of balance and center of gravity Aug. 21 from 2 to 3 p.m. Participants will make a colorful


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the Adirondack region as well as providing technical assistance to non-profits, local government, and area businesses. The Arts Center operates within the six-million acre Adirondack Park, a Ò Forever WildÓ region. Although the ParkÕ s wilderness setting is breathtaking, residents face geographic isolation and economic challenges. By taking art Ò out of the building,Ó the Arts Center provides programming in over 2,000 square miles of the Adirondack Park and enhances the quality of life in all of the communities we serve. Ò (Community members) meet and write skits and talk it through,Ó said Harris. Ò They do this in the spring it is a lot of fun.Ó Tickets for the event are $12 for members and $16 for the general public. Both showings will take place at 7 p.m. For further information visit

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Supervisors: Accept the bid!


here is a right way to conduct business and a wrong way. The way in which the Essex County Board of Supervisors handled the bid from Keeseville businessman George Moore following the recent county tax auction was the wrong way. For background, George Moore attended the April 30 county tax auction and in good faith bid $49,500 for a cluster of four parcels that once held the popular Frontier Town theme park in North Hudson. The theme park has sat vacant for years, slowly disappearing into the Adirondack wilderness, and taxes have not been paid on the four parcels since 2006. Moore already owns the large A-frame structure at the entrance of the defunct park, for which taxes are fully paid, and his intent was to purchase the adjoining 88-acres for possible future development of a campground or summer camp. What happened following the auction is what truly has us puzzled. During a May 12 committee meeting, county supervisors voted 17-0 to reject MooreÕ s bid and instead accept a $60,000 offer made on behalf of the town of North Hudson by Supervisor Ronald Moore. Supervisor Moore said county officials had discussed not accepting a bid on the former theme park of less than $146,000, the amount of back taxes owed, and said the 88-acres has considerable value to his town Ñ possibly as a business park Ñ because the small community has virtually no private property available for development. In our opinion, the supervisor should be commended for his forward thinking, but the sequence of events that led to his offer was completely flawed. First, if the town were truly interested in the parcel, why not put a representative at the tax sale to bid alongside everyone else? Since the parcels had been seized by the county for back taxes, and therefore by default owned by county taxpayers, wouldnÕ t it be in the best interest of those taxpayers to receive as much as possible for the properties through competitive bidding? Sure, county supervisors reserve the right to reject any bid. But in this case they then turned around and totally undermined the bidding process by okaying what, on the surface, appears to be an insider deal with North Hudson. Supervisors owe it to the taxpayers and to bidders at future tax auctions to conduct these auctions in a fair and transparent manner, otherwise, it will affect how people bid at future auctions. Secondly, other than a few conversations during previous meetings, we see no record of a minimum bid ever being posted on these parcels. A cursory glance through the material provided

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to bidders Ñ including George Moore Ñ shows no mention of a minimum bid. We presume this would be the basis of the lawsuit George is threatening Ñ one that supervisors would no doubt spend thousands more in taxpayer dollars defending. And, even if this unpublished minimum bid truly does exist, the offer on the table from North Hudson comes nowhere near the $146,000 owed in back taxes. At the same time, placing these parcels in municipal ownership would remove them from both the county and town tax rolls. As much as county supervisors love to bemoan raising taxes, it baffles us that they would want to remove properties with a full market value of $568,900 from the tax rolls. Finally, Ronald Moore may have the best of intentions, but this property has proven to be an albatross for the private owners who have invested in it, which is why the county is in this pickle with back taxes in the first place. So, why should residents of the town and county believe it can suddenly be converted into the Silicon Valley of the North Country? It is a super location with great ingress and egress to I-87, but there are a lot of similar locations in the Adirondacks that, like the former Wild West park, contain more tumble weeds than business growth. A look at the dozens of unoccupied industrial parks inside the Blue Line is testament to that. Perhaps the residents of North Hudson should be given the opportunity to vote on the purchase prior to it taking place. George Moore has been criticized by some for not developing the one Frontier Town parcel he owns and allowing it to fall further and further into disrepair. In his defense, however, he owned just a small piece of the pie and it now appears he is making an effort to restore the property to something that will benefit the town. We believe he should be given the opportunity to do so. History has shown the odds of a successful businessman Ñ who pays his taxes, by the way Ñ redeveloping a parcel into an endeavor that will benefit the entire region are far greater than a government entity doing so. In an effort to avoid litigation, George Moore has now offered $5,000 more for Frontier Town than North Hudson did. The board of supervisors is aligned to potentially vote on the matter during its June 3 regular board meeting. It is time they clean up this ethical quandary, and accept the bid offered by George Moore. Ñ Denton Publications Editorial Board


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Do you think that was the moany years ago when tive or do you think they looked I was a junior in high at the game board that makes up school, I needed to the political districts and thought, earn a letter in one more sport along with perhaps a little perbefore I could earn my coveted suasion from political operatives, Varsity Club Jacket. Back in where do I have the best opportuthe days of high school, next to nity to land a gig in congress? owning your own car, the varIÕ ve not had the opportunity to sity club jacket was a symbol of meet any of the so called Ò carpetsuccess. bagger candidatesÓ running for You are, no doubt asking Dan Alexander office yet, but I must confess I do yourself, why this trip down Thoughts from question their motives for seeking memory lane? Well, bear with these positions. Unlike the Denton me for a few quick paragraphs Behind the Pressline Editorial Board, I do think your and IÕ ll get to that point shortly. roots are an important bond with My goal to get the jacket was purely a selfish motive on my part. To be the people you represent. Are we just a stepping stone in there calculated political careers? awarded the jacket I had to letter in three differDo these candidates have a deep rooted love ent varsity sports before my senior year. Spring for this rural area and seek to make a name for time sports were limited at our school, so I had themselves by giving voice and bringing opto pick the sport and the competition at the poportunity to our region of the country? Let me sition or in my case in the event in which I felt make this clear, not being from here should not I could excel. disqualify them, but I think itÕ s very important I decided my best chance to get that letter was in track, running the dreaded two mile that we know their motivation for seeking the position and what they see as their long term race. I was not a distance runner. I wasnÕ t fast political and personal aspirations. enough for the sprints or huddles. Not strong Skepticism aside, these may be talented peoenough for the pole vault or shot-put, but I was tough enough to gut out the long distance race ple who perhaps can change the way of Washin order to place at least third in enough meets ington politics, but IÕ m not interested in being a stepping stone to boost the career of someone to get my letter. You see there wasnÕ t much comwho seeks a permanent and lucrative lifestyle petition at the two mile event. It wasnÕ t all that in Washington. I want to know that the person glamorous running around the track 8 times seeking my vote has my best interests at heart, with your tongue hanging out while other comnot theirs. petitors lounged around the inner track waiting My other fear, regarding candidates not for the more fashionable events to take place. rooted in the district they hope to represent, is My decision to seek that role was not based in my deep rooted desire to do well for my school the outside influences from PACs and political or team. It was purely personal and strictly parties who will flow extensive dollars from outside the district to insure their hand picked about my desire to own the jacket. candidate is elected. I know this is a political So with that thought in mind I wonder if there is any correlation between my motives reality, but when my elected representative has greater loyalty to those outside the district, just way back then and why we see folks from outwho are they really representing and exactly side our political districts relocating to our communities to seek office. Our areas don’t hold where to do their loyalties lie? This country faces many serious problems great prestige. As a member of our editorial and we need serious candidates who are comboard wrote last week on this subjectÉ . Ò We mitted to resolve those problems rather than are older than the rest of the country. WeÕ re losthose who want to join the Washington elite ing more people. WeÕ re sicker, poorer and less party and follow the established trends set by educated. Public services Ð are crumbling into dustÓ . So why does someone who doesnÕ t sleep the partisan leadership. We need elected offihere or spend their lives here among us want to cials who are able to lean on real life personal experiences in the private sector to guide them represent our views in Washington, D.C.? through the political maze in Washington. In There must be a driving motive that caused the end, to this standard, every candidate must them to wake up one day and say to themselves, Ò Hey I want to go represent, those poor, be held accountable. sick, less educated people, up north, where Dan Alexander is publisher and CEO of Denton Publimany of their own are moving away and their cations. He may be reached at infrastructure is crumbling around them!Ó

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Letters to the Editor

High Peaks Hospice fundraiser To the News Enterprise: Twenty-eight years ago High Peaks Hospice was founded in Saranac Lake offering a more holistic and patient driven approach to end of life care. In the ensuing years more than 6,500 individuals and their loved ones have benefitted from the programs at High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care. High Peaks HospiceÕ s ability to continue to serve those most vulnerable has always been made possible only through the generous financial support of the communities we serve. The most enduring Ð 22 years and counting - and successful fundraising effort continues to be High Peaks Hospice Radio Day. Radio Day has become a much anticipated event in the TriLakes communities each June. I would like to encourage you all to join us on Tuesday, June 3rd for this yearÕ s High Peaks Hospice Radio Day. It promises, as always, to be a fun and exciting day of support and celebration. Local businesses have generously donated a wide variety of services, items Ð such as an Adirondack Chair – and gift certificates to area golf courses, restaurants and more, worth hundreds of dollars. These will be offered as incentives throughout the day for your pledges. This yearÕ s big raffle item is an iPadAir. Please remember to tune in on June 3 between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. to radio stations 105.5, 102.1 or 106.3 FM, 1240 or 920 AM, Time Warner cable channel 2 and 22 or go to for a live stream. Why is Radio Day so important? Hospice receives no state or federal government funding. Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements were cut in 2013 due to the federal Sequestration while the cost of end of life care continues to increase due to more complex end of life issues. In addition, care is provided to anyone, regardless of their ability to pay, including the uninsured. Consequently we turn to the communities we serve to help bridge the ever widening gap.

Bakers Mills News By Kjerstia Schilinski Berniece Conlon had a great visit with Duaine and Nancy Dunkley. They laughed so hard about their yesteryears. Then Berniece visited her Uncle Earl, cousin, Kjerstia and grandniece, Shasti Conlon. It was great to see that Berniece still carries her cameraÕ s. Fabiann Conlon took his grandfather, Earl Allen, to The Place, recently. Nice to see folks they know while there. Muriel LaPointe was thrilled to have so many show up for her 90th birthday. She love the music, greetings and chatting with everyone. Randy and Chris Hitchcock enjoyed entertaining at their home for their anniversary. Martha Persons and I enjoyed going to Saratoga to a Ladies retreat Ò AriseÓ last Saturday. Between 200 and 250 ladies enjoyed the great event. Please sign up for Ò RefreshingÓ in October. You will have a great time. It has been great to see Emma Parsons and Earl Allen make it to church sometimes. Kent Fulton has been in the Glens Falls Hospital due to a stroke. He would like a card or visit. Alonzo and Fabiann Conlon, Kurt and Nate Fuller had a grand time walking to the Diamond Mt Brook over Number 11 Mt. So many memories for Alonzo and Fabiann when they use to travel that with their grandfather. The Apple Blossoms were slow at getting there flowers. They didnÕ t make it for my birthday. So many years ago Mom and I would take a walk about midnight to celebrate the be-

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Continued from page 1 Adopting a budget that would be at or below the tax cap for the school would reduce expenses by a minimum of $356,000. If the second vote failed with a proposed budget above the tax cap, the budget for the new year would immediately go to contingency. Farrell explained what could happen if the school had to run on a contingency budget for the upcoming school year. Potential impacts include the reduction of full-time secondary teaching staff to part-time, reducing elementary staff, reducing extra-curriculars and transportation, further reducing the schoolÕ s meal program, reducing athletics and eliminating both distance learning and BOCES Career and Technical Education programs. According to Farrell, if the school went to a contingency budget, the school, Ò could not exist as the quality school it is now.Ó He indicated that tuitioning out students in grades 9 Ð 12 would become a long-term loss and was doubtful that the secondary program would ever be reinstated. Ò ItÕ s taken decades to build Ð once gone, it is likely gone for good,Ó Far-

Ninety percent of us know when the final phase of their life has begun. Hospice is there to help. An individual’s final journey is not traveled alone Ð it affects their families, other loved ones and caregivers - all are part of the hospice Ò unit of care.Ó By focusing on the physical, emotional as well as spiritual needs of all involved, hospice brings dignity, acceptance and peace not only to the patient but also to their loved ones. To accomplish this we are asking for your help. Your past financial support and enthusiasm has been instrumental to the success of Radio Day so please call 897-2443 on June 3 to make your 2014 pledge. Your pledge on Radio Day truly does make a difference. Your support of this yearÕ s Radio Day will help us all live the way we want to live. Please make a difference by calling 897-2443 between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 3. Remember, hospice is about living. Darsie Townsend Development Director High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care

Flag protocol To the News Enterprise: With the parade season upon us, I would very much like to issue a reminder. The proper protocols for the American Flag and the National Anthem are to rise to your feet, remove your hat or headgear, hold it over your heart and stand in reverence to these great icons of American Freedom. All too often, we see the proud veteran struggle to rise and remove his hat in respect while those around him continue their conversations, leave headgear on and ignore the passing of the flag or the playing of our National Anthem. Please remember that are hundreds of thousands of brave souls who are not here to celebrate parades and holidays because they stood up, stepped up and fought under the flag for

ginning of my birthday. I had so many surprises for my special day. Thank you all so much. Keisha took me out to breakfast the day after and a haircut at the beauty shop. It was great to hear from all five of my children and three grandchildren before 8 a.m. Dezore Cleveland and I took Dad to Dr Peter Hughes on Thursday. Dezore also had some things to do to get ready for the prom. It was great to hear that so many enjoyed the Prom this year and everything went super. Exciting time for the ones able to attend. Ryan and Abby Allen are the proud parents of a baby girl, Luna Eve Allen, born May 22. She was 8 lbs 10 oz and 21 in. long with a lot of dark hair. Grandparents are Ron and Kathy Allen. Greatgrandmother is Emma Parsons. Michelle Allen Wood is thrilled to be finally out of the hospital and home with her hubby. The Sodom Community had their yearly Gideon Speaker on Sunday. The GideonÕ s do a wonderful job passing out Bibles around the world. It is so hard to believe that my mom, Rev. Daisy Allen, has been gone 15 years. So many things still are fresh in our memories at certain times and dates. Memorial Day is a time to reflect on your lost loved ones. Happy Birthday: Roy Allen, Dauphin Conlon, Hillarie Mosher, Brandi Burton, Todd Persons,, Paul Cleveland, Jonas Semmens, Sylvia Brown, Melvin Allen, Cassaundra Bacon, Kurt Fuller, Amy Millington, Bridgette Dunkley, Nate Prouty, Faye Newkirk, Julie Harris, Julie Berry, Cassie Noel, Seth Dunkley, Nate Dunkley, Eric Kramar, Bob Lehrer, Christopher Denno Happy Anniversary to: Blake and Joann Morehouse, Harold and Joan Ross, Bill and Wendy Russell Enjoy each and every day.

rell said. The majority of folks present at the meeting preferred the board put the same budget amount back up for a re-vote. Sidney Barber, a junior at MCS and who said she wishes to graduate from MCS, asked if there would be tuitioning out of high school students this upcoming fall if the budget were to fail. Farrell responded it would be a distinct possibility. Farrell indicated that part-time teachers are generally not as committed to the school and would be looking for employment elsewhere if the high school remained following another budget failure. Ò What would the impact be if elementary teaching positions were reduced and classes combined,Ó Minerva resident Dave LaBar asked. Ò Student academic achievement would drop,Ó Farrell responded. Ò The current Common Core curriculum has higher standards, and it would be very difficult for students to reach those standards if teachers had to focus on more than one grade level. The timing of combining classes with implementing the Common Core curriculum would be terrible and require a total redesign of each grade level.Ó Board of Education President Jeff Eager, who has been on the Board for

34 years, put things in perspective. Ò If you lose the high school, fulltime teachers at the high school level will be gone, and the remaining school will have a hard time functioning,Ó he said. The Board indicated the budget has essentially been cut to the bone and if further cuts were made, the school would be further harmed. After hearing from the public and considering the various options, the Minerva Board of Education determined to put up the same budget amount ($5,072,491) as proposed for the May 20 vote. This represents a 2.46 percent increase in funding from the 2013 Ð 2014 school year and a 13.5 percent increase in the districtÕ s tax levy. The budget hearing for this second vote will be on June 10, and the second budget vote is set for June 17 at Minerva Central School.

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our freedom. When these brave soldiers are fighting on foreign soil, the flag is the symbol that energizes them and reminds them of those back home waiting for their return. Please enjoy your parades, enjoy your cookouts and parties, but also, please remember where we are and who gave us this freedom Ð rise, show respect and honor those who have given that to us. Richard Cutting Essex County Sheriff

Upset with vote To the News Enterprise: I am an alumni of Minerva Central School and it sickens me to know that there were 142 people that were cowards, that voted to rob their kids of an education here at this iconic and historic place that is the fabric of this small town and that just makes me very angry as well. Second, this school is in the top five of schools to have some of the highest graduation rates in the state and if this fails again then we lose as a town and also we will lose a piece of history as well as we will lose this school forever. Third, back when I was here the things that this school provided me with is a testament to what this school does daily for the kids that come here so we as a community need to stand up and fight with everything we got to get this done so our kids that come here can get a better education and can be very productive members of this state and of this town. People, on June 17, letÕ s do the right thing this time and in the word of Larry the Cable Guy, Ò lets getter done,Ó for the students of this school. We are Minerva Mountaineers. Christopher Ò HawkeyeÓ Bennett. Olmstedville

Crafters looking for Artisans and crafters

INDIAN LAKE Ñ Artisans and Crafters are needed for the 17th Country Christmas Tour. The Country Christmas Tour (CCT) Committee has been making plans for the annual event held on Thanksgiving Weekend throughout the Hamlets of Indian Lake, Blue Mt. Lake and Sabael Nov. 28 and 29. For further information about the Country Christmas Tour, call 352-1962.

Town meetings change for summer

JOHNSBURG Ñ The Town Board announced it would go from two meetings per month to one for summer as a Ò trial run.Ó All other towns in Warren County have one regular meeting per month with the exception of Glens Falls and Queensbury that have two. JohnsburgÕ s meetings will be held on the third Tuesday of the month for the next three months. The dates are as follows: June 17, July 15 and Aug. 19. The board will call a special meeting if matters come up that need to be addressed immediately. Each of the next three meetings will be held at Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek at 7 p.m. Meetings are open to the public.

Church dinner to be held

POTTERSVILLE Ñ The Pottersville United Methodist Church at 7899 State Route 9 will hold a Chicken and Biscuit Dinner Saturday, June 14, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The menu includes chicken, biscuit, beverage, and dessert. The cost is Adults $10, Children $5, and under 5 free. For information call 494-2840.

Hospice Remembrance gathering scheduled

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

Dollar store

Continued from page 1 The parcel in contract is zoned for up to a 99 room hotel, which many townspeople would prefer to see there. But Nester explained that there are several issues with building a hotel there. The first is waste management. Building a septic system that could handle 99 rooms would require a great deal of land. The second issue is investors. Chain hotels have expressed interest in placing a hotel there, but they require occupancy rate data to justify their investment, and North Creek doesnÕ t have any comparable properties to use for the needed data. This has made investment in the town by hotels a risky endeavor, a risk none have seriously undertaken so far. Nester is aware of the divergent views regarding the Family Dollar coming to town. Ò North Creek is the edge of the frontier, really,Ó he said. Ò There are many people living in towns on the periphery who have to go to Queensbury or Warrensburg for lower cost shopping. These people could use a store like this. The store would increase the tax base and bring people

to town. Elitists say that we donÕ t want this type of person in town. I say, I donÕ t want these elitists here in town.Ó The Planning Board does, however, want the community to give their views on the project if and when Westlake Development puts in a formal application. Ò We want everyone to pipe in, we welcome the views of all of the community members,Ó Nester said. He urged a, Ò wait and see,Ó approach for now. Nester characterized the offer made by Westlake Development to the Town Board to donate half the property in the event of successful development as premature. Ò Let them make an application first,Ó Nester said. Ò I, personally, want more information. I was scratching my head as to why they made this offer. Nothing is set yet. Ò If an application is made, we will welcome the opinion of the community.Ó When contacted, Lisa Salamon, head of the Gore Mountain Chamber of Commerce, stated that when Westlake Development/Family Dollar makes an official submission to the Town of Johnsburg Planning Board, they would survey their members and provide their feedback directly to the Planning Board.

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JCS Teachers Association to hold Honors Night

NORTH CREEK Ð The Johnsburg Central School Teachers Association will hold the Honors Night academic awards, Thursday, June 5, 7 p.m. in the JCS gym. Students in grades 7 to 12 will be recognized for outstanding achievement and effort during the 2013-14 school year. Families of students to be honored will receive an invitation in the mail notifying them of their childrenÕ s inclusion in the awards ceremony. The public is welcome to attend.

Library to hold art show

STONY CREEK Ñ The Stony Creek Free Library will hold the Stony Creek Youth Art Show. A free opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 7, from 1 until 2 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Youth up to 17 years of age are still able to be part of the event. Please call Patrice at 696-3399. The art will be on display until June 28. The hours are Monday and Wednesday 5 to 9 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday 1 to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. The library phone is 696-5911. For more information about the Stony Creek Youth Program call Director JoAnn Mosher 696-3020.

Chicken ‘n Biscuit Dinner

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

to attend.

Saturday, June 7 Friday, May 30

NORTH CREEK — Adirondack Fly Fishing Retreat geared toward beginning fly fishers will be held at the AIC, with fishing excursions planned nearby. $199 per person. Pre-registration required. Lodging and food provided onsite. Call 582-2000 or email to register. MINERVA — The Brick Street Art and Jazz Festival will include workshops and a ticketed performance of Minerva native, jazz singer Sandy Davis, at the Roxy Theatre, at 8 p.m.

Saturday, May 31

NEWCOMB — The Art of Expressive Drawing with artist Frances Gaffney, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Adirondack Interpretive Center, Pre-registration required. Suggested supplies. NORTH CREEK — Adirondack Fly Fishing Retreat geared toward beginning fly fishers will be held at the AIC, with fishing excursions planned nearby. $199 per person. Pre-registration required. Lodging and food provided onsite. Call 582-2000 or email to register. MINERVA — The Brick Street Art and Jazz Festival moves to N. Market Street, with live music starting at 11 a.m. Four high-school jazz bands will perform. Throughout the day there will also be numerous artist demonstrations, interactive activities for all ages, food, and art exhibits. For more information, call 330-868-7979.

Sunday, June 1

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — 4th annual Merry Brunch of May at the Hedges at Noon to benefit children’s programming at the AC. This year will be adding guided tours of The Hedges’ gorgeous grounds. Cost is $22 Adults, and $12 children under 12. Call the AC at 352-7715, or visit to make your reservation. NORTH CREEK — Our Town Theatre Group brings a staged reading of John Cariani’s, “Almost, Maine” to Tannery Pond Community Center at 2 p.m. Free to attend and open to the public. Recommended for 18 and older. For information NORTH CREEK — Adirondack Fly Fishing Retreat geared toward beginning fly fishers will be held at the AIC, with fishing excursions planned nearby. $199 per person. Pre-registration required. Lodging and food provided onsite. Call 582-2000 or email to register.

Thursday, June 5

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Members’ Show at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts gallery reception, 5:30 to 7 p.m. The AC will be showcasing the talent of its members the month of May. STONY CREEK — The Stony Creek Free Library will hold the Stony Creek Youth Art Show 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Refreshments will be served. If you missed entering the show, youth up to 17 years of age are still able to be part of the event. Please call Patrice at 696-3399. The display will be until June 28. The hours are Monday and Wednesday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to Noon. The library phone is 696-5911. For more information about the Stony Creek Youth Program call, Stony Creek Youth Director JoAnn Mosher 696-3020. LONG LAKE — Fish and Game Club Youth Fishing Contest, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Jennings Park Pond. For more information call Bruce Jennings at 624-2145 or email the Fish and Game Club at Sponsored by the Long Lake Fish and Game Club

Ongoing: LONG LAKE — Long Lake Medical Building with Dr. Russell Rider , opens Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m. to Noon, Thursday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Closed weekends and holidays. Call 624-2301 for an appointment. LONG LAKE — The Long Lake Library 624-3825 and the Raquette Lake Library 315-354-4005 will be the Long Lake Nutrition Site, serving lunch to our area seniors. All are welcome to join. Call Teresa Tice at 624-5221 for information.


LONG LAKE — Noon at the Long Lake Nutrition Site. Serving lunch to our seniors. All welcome! Call Teresa Tice at 624-5221.

Every Tuesday

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

Every Wednesday

LONG LAKE — 9 a.m. to Noon, Long Lake Archive building is open to the public. Call 624-5374 for information. LONG LAKE — 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting at the Long Lake Wesleyan Church.

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts will be offering dance classes on Thursday evenings for youngsters with Sue Ann Wallace of the Old Forge Ballet Company. To contact the AC call 352-7715 or visit adirondackarts. org. PORT HENRY — High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care will hold a memorial service to honor the memory of those we have served and died between July 1, 2013 and Dec. 31, 2013, at 6 p.m., at the Knights of Columbus Hall located on 4253 Main Street. With this service, a special invitation to other members of the community who have suffered a loss. NORTH CREEK – The Johnsburg Central School Teachers Association to hold the Honors Night academic awards, at 7 p.m. in the JCS gym. The public is welcome

Every Thursday

Candidates night to be held

Master gardner’s lend tips at market

Pet-A-Palooza to be held

Water Aerobics to begin

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

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


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LONG LAKE — 10 a.m. Swim bus departs from St. Henry’s Church in Long Lake for therapeutic swim in Tupper Lake. Call 624-3077 to sign-up. LONG LAKE — 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Knitting and crochet circle! For more information call the CVW Long Lake Public Library at 624-3825. BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Dance Classes at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts on Thursday evenings for youngsters with Sue Ann Wallace of the Old Forge Ballet Company. April 17th - June 19th. Dance Class for 3-6, 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Dance Class for 7-10, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. the cost is $10 per class/per student. For information call 352-7715 or visit

CHESTERTOWN Ñ Cornell Cooperative ExtensionÕ s Master Gardeners will be available for gardening questions and to do soil pH testing while you shop at the Farmers Market this season. Master Gardeners will be manning a table every other week. from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Farmers market is located in front of the Chestertown Town Hall, 6307 State Rte. 9. Gardening questions and soil testing can also be done through Cornell Cooperative Extensions home office at 377 Schroon River Road, Warrensburg, N.Y. 12885. The scheduled dates are June 18, July 2, July 16, July 30, Aug. 13, Aug. 27, and Sept. 10.

NORTH CREEK Ñ Water Aerobics will begin this Summer at 11 a.m., Tuesday through Friday beginning June 25 at the Copperfield Inn Pool. Susan Murante, a certified water aerobics instructor from Water Art International Inc. will teach water aerobics to men and women of all ages in North Creek and surrounding areas. For information and reservations call Susan at 251-2225.

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Week in Sports

Johnsburg baseball team scores upset of playoffs v. Crown Pt. Johnsburg 7, Crown Point 2

Class D quarterfinals

CROWN POINT Ă‘ The Jaguars jumped out to a 5-0 lead after two innings in pulling the upset of the 2014 Section VII playoffs in defeating the Panthers May 23. Kyle LaBounty threw seven innings for the win, allowing two runs in the final inning. Nate Prouty drove in a pair of runs for the Jaguars with a double and also scored twice. Mark Cleveland also drove in a pair of runs in the win. Judd DeBroadbander had a double and single for the Panthers, while Sam Millington

had a pair of hits and Alec Arno had a double.

Johnsburg 8, ELCS 7 Class D opening round

JOHNSBURG Ă‘ The Jaguars scored four runs in their final three at-bats to advance to the Class D quarterfinal round with a come-frombehind win over Elizabethtown-Lewis May 21. Kyle LaBounty came on in relief in the fourth inning and held ELCS scoreless throughout the rest of the contest for the win, while Jimmy Morris had three hits and Nate Prouty had a pair, including a double. Mark Cleveland also hit a double in the win.

Jimmy Morris had three hits for the Jaguars against Elizabethtown-Lewis in the opening round of the Section VII/Class D playoffs. Johnsburg defeated top-seed Crown Point in the quarterfinal round. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Regular season

Minerva/Newcomb 3, Indian Lake/Long Lake 2 Andrew Sponable for the Mountaineers outlasted Henry Sandiford of the Orange in a classic pitching duel May 19, as the Mountaineers scored all three of their runs in the third inning to earn the win. Curtis Seaman had two of his teams three hits, connecting on a single and double for the Orange. Sandiford allowed only four hits while striking out 15.


Minerva/Newcomb 21, Willsboro 5 The Lady Mountaineers scored 12 runs in the opening inning to cruise to a win over Willsboro May 19. Cheyenne Williams scattered three hits in a complete game win. Astasia Myler had a triple in the win, while Dakota Bennett, Gabrielle McNally, Danielle McNally and Madison Miller each had two hits in the win.

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The Compaof filing of the Articles of personallyLovely limited liability TheProfessional name of the Climber Limited vations Divorce - Inside & out a new office½ isPRICE INSULATION, Blue bdrm, 1 ½must bath. To trade, swap, w/decadesLiability of experience The District Clerk ny'sfrom principal Organization with is: Domestic Companyw/anythat 100% WOOD HEAT, no worries. ADIRONDACK “BY the OWNER” roofinrepair sell for equal thing from to receive absentee ballotsvalue home in area, located Warren CounDepartment of State1000+ was photo Services, bath LLC to a new kitchen, wasdifficult formedremovals is: United Keep your family safe and warm Dow or High R. Several tasteful selected replacement, windows, $129,000. in beautiful 5:00 pm, Located on ty. The Secretary ness of Available. Call 518-597October SECOND: orThe county, decks, Wireless pruning. Repair Fully LLC. with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURlistings9,of 2013. local realThe estate no for later the FL. 518-696-2829 equpped The & Articles insured. Michael doorsstate, & more! Tuesday, Edgewater, June 17, 2014. Statereasonable has been designatoffice located rentals in War-& timethis in Very of OrganizaNACE from Central Boiler. within Ver3876. sale,isvacation Emelianofftion 518-251-3936 35 whom which therates, officeprompt of thefreeedestimates, were filed with the as agent upon ren County at 21List Twicmont Heating Alternatives 802shares. Owners: with usAforlist of persons to years' company experience process call 518-623whom absentee ballots limited liability Department of State of against the wood 343-7900 onlyLane, $299Queensbury, per year. Visit on2967 is WAR- Company HOME FOR SALE By are issued PARADOX will be availis to be located the State of New York on may REPLACEMENT be NY 12804. line Theor SecreWINDOWS $189 call Owner, Schroon Lake School able for inspection to REN. May 8, 2014. The office served.SHIFTED The post INSTALLED. office tary of State has been HAS YOUR BUILDING White double hung, 518-891-9919 District, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fulThe of Contact of Asaid LimitedFor Liability OR Secretary SETTLED? Woodford address to whichtilt-in. the $50.00 rebate on all Energy designated as agent of qualified voters of the Find Buyer AFFORDABLE HEAT withTHIRD: a ly renovated, 2 garages, shed, Inc, as for straightening, District in the office of State is Brothers designated Company is located in Secretary of State Star shallWindows. Lifetime Warranty. the LLC upon whom MAXIM OUTDOOR WOOD PELlarge fire place, $149,900. No wood the District Clerk on and agent of leveling, the limitedfoundation lia- mailand Warren County. The a copy of anyCredit pro- cards accepted. Call Rich @ process may be served. Your No-longer LET FURNACE by Central Boiler. terms. 1-866-272-7533 frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN. 10, 2014 be- See forsalebybility company upon Secretary of State of cess against the CompaSecretary of State shall after June owner Burns wood pellets. Boivin Farm Listing ID# "Not upon him or whom process against it ny served NewItems York hasWith been desNeeded A NOTICE OF FORMATION mail a copy of any such tween the hours of 9:00 Supply 802-475-4007 23972428. BUILDING AND to LOTthe in Moriah applicable Queensher county" am and 5:00 pm on is c/o Law Office of may be served. TheinadOF LIMITED LIABILITY ignated as agent of the process served REAL ESTATE 1.3+ acres,agent paved c/o driveway, weekdays prior the day COMPANY (LLC) Low-Cost Neil H. Lebowitz, 288 dress within or without LimitedClassified. Liability Comparegistered town water sewer. Cansetbe for the budget re- The name of the Limited this state to which the Glen Street, Glens Falls, ny upon whom process United StatesandCorpora1 ACRE OF LAND at Wood Rd., YOU CAN’T ESCAPE THE BUYS To Place An Ad,Company Call usedAgents, for residential vote and on June 17, Liability Company that against said New York 12801.West TheChazy, NY, close to schools, tion Inc., 7014 and/or Secretary of Advertise State shall Small, Juggling Your Budget? commercial, Asking $45,000. IN THE CLASSIFIEDS! 2014 the day set for the 13th Avenue, Suite 202, mail a copy of any pro- purpose of the Company may be served and the was formed is: Seafood nice location. Please call 518-493Get Big Results! Call 518-873-6368 518-546-3568 will be is to engage in any2478 law-for more information. Brooklyn, NY 11228. re-vote, said list cess against the limited Run 1-518-873-6368 Ext.LLC. 201 The Articles of post office address withful act or activity for Business purpose is any posted at the polling liability company served Organization were filed in the state to which the NOTICE OF FORMA- and all business activi- place of the election. upon him or her is: Brid- which limited liability with the Department of Secretary of State shall LEGALS gette Devino, 204 Coun- companies may be orga- TION. THE NAME OF ties permitted under the Any qualified voter State of the State of New mail a copy of any proTHE COMPANY IS laws of NYS. NOTICE OF FORMATION present in the polling York on May 13, 2014. cess is: United Wireless ty Route 43, Fort Ed- nized under the Limited OF LIMITED LIABILITY ward, NY 12828. Liability Company Law MOIRAI, LLC (the Com- NE-5/17-6/21/2014place may object to the The office of said Limit- Repair LLC, 42 Lincoln COMPANY voting of the ballot upon ed Liability Company is Avenue, Glens Falls, NY I certify that I have read of the State of New pany). The Articles of 6TC-28466 Organization were filed Name: Adirondack appropriate grounds for located in Warren Coun- 12801. The purpose of the above statements, I York. with the NYS Depart- LEGAL NOTICE Sports & Entertainment, NE-5/31-7/5/2014-6TCmaking his/her chal- ty. The Secretary of the am authorized to sign the LLC is to engage in ment of State May 16, NOTICE OF PUBLIC lenge and the reasons LLC. Articles of Organi- these Articles of Organi- 48689 State of New York has any and all business acHEARING AND BUDGET 2014. The Company's zation filed with Secre- zation, that the above therefore known to the been designated as tivities permitted under GRUMBLE TRANSPORT, office is located in War- VOTE tary of State of New statements are true and Inspector of Elections agent of the Limited Lia- the laws of the State of LLC, a domestic LLC, ren County. The Secre- MINERVA CENTRAL York (SSNY) on May 12, correct to the best of my before the close of polls. New York. bility Company upon filed with the SSNY on SCHOOL DISTRICT tary of State has been 2014. Office location: AND FURTHER NOTICE NE-5/24-6/28/2014knowledge and belief whom process against 4/15/14. Office location: TOWN OF MINERVA designated as agent Warren County. SSNY and that my signature IS HEREBY GIVEN, that said Company may be 6TC-47609 Warren County. SSNY is COUNTY OF ESSEX, upon whom process designated as agent of typed below constitutes the qualified voters of served and the post ofdesignated as agent against the Company NOTICE TO BIDDERS NEW YORK LLC upon whom pro- my signature. the School District shall fice address within the upon whom process NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVmay be served. The post cess against it may be be entitled to vote at state to which the Secre- The undersigned shall Bridgette Devino, Orgaagainst the LLC may be EN, that a public hearing office address to which served. SSNY shall mail nizer (signature) said budget vote. A tary of State shall mail a receive sealed bids for of the qualified voters of qualified voter is one copy of any process is: sale and delivery to the copy of process to The Bridgette Devino, ORGA- served. SSNY shall mail the Secretary of State process to The LLC, 10 shall mail a copy of any the Minerva School Dis- who is (1) a citizen of Seafood Run LLC, 38 County of Warren as folCompany, One Civic NIZER, 204 County Briwood Cir., Queens- process against the trict, Essex County, Olm- the United States of Oak Street, Lake George, lows: Center Plaza, Glens Route 43, Fort Edward, bury, NY 12804. General Company served upon WC 44-14 - COFFEE stedville, New York, will America, (2) eighteen Falls, NY 12801. Pur- NY 12828 NY 12804. The purpose Purpose. AND WATER DELIVERY him or her is c/o Law Of- be held in the school li- (18) years of age or old- of the LLC is to engage pose: any lawful act or NE-5/24-6/28/2014NE-4/26-5/31/2014INCLUDING EQUIPMENT brary in said District on fice of Neil H. Lebowitz, activities. er, (3) a resident and in any and all business 6TC-47588 6TC-44947 Tuesday, June 10, 2014 288 Glen Street, Glens NE-5/24/2014-6TCregistered voter of their activities permitted un- RENTAL NOTICE OF ORGANIZAYou may obtain these Falls, New York 12801. at 7:00 pm, for the pre- county within the School 47989 NOTICE OF FORMATION der the laws of the State TION OF LIMITED LIA- OF J&R MOBILE HOME Specifications either onThe purpose of the sentation of the budget. District for a period of of New York. NOTICE OF FORMATION BILITY COMPANY under line or through the PurCompany is to engage in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- twenty-five (25) days NE-5/24-6/28/2014PARK, LLC Arts. of Org. OF LIMITED LIABILITY Section 203 of the Limit- filed with the Sect'y of any lawful act or activity chasing Office. If you EN, that the budget vote next preceding the bud- 6TC-47687 COMPANY (LLC) ed Liability Company State of NY (SSNY) on have any interest in of the qualified voters of get vote. The school for which limited liability NOTICE OF FORMATION Name: Assembly Point Law. The name of the 4/16/2014. Office loca- companies may be orga- the Minerva Central district may require all OF LIMITED LIABILITY these Specifications onRealty, LLC. Articles of Limited Liability Compa- tion, County of Warren. line, please follow the inSchool District, Town of persons offering to vote nized under the Limited COMPANY Organization filed with ny is Fitness in Motion structions to register on SSNY has been desig- Liability Company Law Minerva, Essex County, at the budget vote to Name: Summersong Secretary of State of Personal Training Cen- nated as agent of the of the State of New New York, will be held in provide one form of Friends Lake, LLC. Arti- the Empire State Bid New York (SSNY) on ter, LLC. The Articles of LLC upon whom pro- York. System website, either the Minerva Central proof of residency pur5/14/14. Office location: Organization were filed cess against it may be for free or paid subscripSchool Lobby in said suant to Education Law cles of Organization filed NE-5/31-7/05/2014with the Secretary of Warren County. SSNY with the New York Sec- served. SSNY shall mail 6TC-48697 tion. Go to http://warDistrict on Tuesday, #2018-c. Such form State of New York has been designated as retary of State (NYSOS) process to: The LLC, and June 17, 2014 between may include a driver's li- (SSNY) on March 27, agent of the LLC upon on April 15, 2014. The choose BIDS AND PROthe hours of 1:00 pm cense, a non-driver's 3201 Lake Shore Dr., 2014. Office location: whom process against it Company maintains an Lake George, NY 12845. NOTICE OF FORMATION POSALS to access the and 8:00 pm, at which identification card, a util- Warren County. SSNY is OF MONREALE FOODS time the polls will be may be served. SSNY office located in Warren Purpose: any lawful act. ity bill, or a voter regis- designated as agent of Empire State Bid System 363 LLC. Arts. Of Org. opened to vote by voting shall mail a copy of pro- County. NYSOS has OR go directly to tration card. Upon offer the LLC upon whom NE-5/24-6/28/2014filed with Secy. Of State cess to: The LLC c/o 35 been designated as an 6TC-47902 http://www.EmpireStatemachine upon the fol- of proof of residency, process against it may N.Y. (SSNY) on lowing items: Arcadia Court, Harring- agent for service of prothe School District may be served. SSNY shall 3/28/14. Office location: 1. To adopt the annual ton Park, NJ 07640. Pur- cess against the Compa- NOTICE OF FORMATION County/Register.asp?ID also require all persons mail a copy of process pose of LLC: any lawful ny and NYSOS shall mail OF LIMITED LIABILITY Warren County. SSNY budget of the School =1172. If you choose a offering to vote to pro- to: The LLC, c/o Stephen designated as agent of District for the fiscal vide their signature, activity. process to 238 Bay COMPANY (LLC) free subscription, please NE-5/24-6/28/2014Road, Queensbury, New Name: KA1, LLC. Arti- LLC upon whom pro- year 2014-2015 and to printed name and ad- R. Turner, 134 Cromwell note that you must visit Road, Atlanta, GA, the site up until the recles of Organization filed cess against it may be 6TC-47979 York 12804. The latest authorize the requisite dress. 30328. Purpose: Any served. SSNY shall mail portion thereof to be AND FURTHER NOTICE date for Company Disso- with Secretary of State sponse deadline for any NOTICE OF FORMATION lawful act or activities. of New York (SSNY) on process to: 756 Upper raised by taxation on the lution shall be indefinite. addenda. All further inIS HEREBY GIVEN, that NE-4/26-5/31/2014OF LIMITED LIABILITY The purpose and busi- 4/24/14. Office location: Glen Rd., Queensbury, formation pertaining to taxable property of the pursuant to a rule adopt- 6TC-44948 COMPANY (LLC) Warren County. SSNY NY 12804. Purpose: any District. ness of the Company is this bid will be available ed by the Board in acThe name of the Limited has been designated as lawful activity. to engage in any lawful on this site. Bids which AND FURTHER NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION cordance with #2035 Liability Company that- act or activity for which agent of the LLC upon NE-5/17-6/21/2014IS HERBY GIVEN, that a and #2008 of the Educa- THOROUGHBRED ADVI- are not directly obtained was formed is: BAY limited liability compa- whom process against it 6TC-46972 from either source will copy of the statement of tion Law, any referenda SORS LLC Arts. of Org. STREET WASH & FOLD, nies may be formed. may be served. SSNY the amount of money with SSNY be refused. or propositions to filed LLC. The Articles of Or- Muller, shall mail a copy of proMannix & which will be required to amend the budget, oth- 5/14/2014. Off. Loc.: Bids may be delivered to ganization were filed NOTICE OF FORMATION Hobbs, PLLC, 257 Bay cess to: The LLC c/o 288 fund the School Distric- erwise to be submitted Warren Cnty. SSNY des- the undersigned at the with the Department of Rd, PO Box 143, Glens Glen Street, P.O. Box OF LIMITED LIABILITY t's budget for 2014for voting at said elec- ignated as agent of LLC Warren County Human State of the State of New Falls, NY 12801. (518) 299, Glens Falls, NY COMPANY (LLC) Services Building, War2015, exclusive of public tion, must be filed with whom process may be York on May 22, 2014. 12801. Purpose of LLC: The name of the LLC is monies, may be ob793-2535 the Minerva Board of Ed- served. SSNY shall mail ren County Purchasing The office of said Limit- NE-4/26-5/31/2014Mr. Bills Ice Cream LLC. any lawful activity. tained by any resident of ucation on or before process to: c/o Acc- Department, 3rd Floor, ed Liability Company is 6TC-44941 Articles of Organization NE-5/10-6/14/2014the District during busi- May 27, 2014 at 5:00 umera LLC, 911 Central 1340 State Route 9, located in Warren Counwere filed with the Sec6TC-45981 pm prevailing time; must Ave., #101, Albany, NY Lake George, New York, ty. The Secretary of the retary of State of New ness hours beginning NOTICE OF FORMATION during regular business Tuesday, June 6, 2014 be typed or printed in 12206. The reg. agent York on May 7, 2014. State of New York has OF LIMITED LIABILITY NOTICE OF FORMATION hours. Bids will be reat the business office of English, must be direct- is: Accumera at same been designated as COMPANY. NAME: GF OF LDG OF ADK, LLC The purpose for which Minerva Central School. ed to the Clerk of the address. Purpose: all ceived up until ThursArts. of Org. filed with the LLC has been agent of the Limited Lia- DEVELOPMENT GROUP day, June 12, 2014 at bility Company upon LLC. Articles of Organi- the Sect'y of State of NY formed is to engage in A report of tax exemp- School District and lawful activities. 3:00 p.m. at which time any lawful act or activity. tions, showing how signed by at least twen- NE-5/24-6/28/2014whom process against zation were filed with the (SSNY) on 4/23/2014. they will be publicly much of the total as- ty-five (25) qualified vot- 6TC-47990 The County within the said Company may be Secretary of State of Office location, County opened and read. All sessed value on the final ers of the district; and State of New York in served and the post of- New York (SSNY) on of Warren. SSNY has NOTICE OF FORMATION bids must be submitted fice address within the 04/11/14. Office loca- been designated as which the principal of- assessment roll or rolls must state the name and OF LIMITED LIABILITY on proper bid proposal used in that budgetary residence of each fice of the LLC is to be state to which the Secre- tion: Warren County. agent of the LLC upon COMPANY ("LLC") forms. Any changes to process is exempt from signed. However, the tary of State shall mail a SSNY has been desig- whom process against it located is Warren. The Name: Toff LLC Articles the original bid documay be served. SSNY Secretary of State is taxation, shall be an- School Board will not of Organization filed with copy of any process is: nated as agent of the entertain any petition to the Secretary of State of ments are grounds for BAY STREET WASH & LLC upon whom pro- shall mail process to: designated as agent of nexed to the budget immediate disqualificaThe LLC, POB 125, LLC upon whom pro- document. place before the voters FOLD, LLC, 129 Bay cess against it may be New York ("SSNY") on Johnsburgh, NY 12843. any proposition the pur- 3/21/2014 Office Loca- tion. cess against the LLC AND FURTHER NOTICE Street, Glens Falls, NY served. Late bids by mail, couriIS HEREBY GIVEN, that pose of which fails to inPurpose: any lawful act. may be served. The 12801. The purpose of SSNY shall mail a copy tion: Warren County. Secretary of State shall applications for absen- clude a specific appro- The "SSNY" is designat- er or in person will be the LLC is to engage in of process to the LLC, NE-5/24-6/28/2014any and all business ac- 27 Harlem Street, Glen 6TC-47898 mail a copy of any pro- tee ballots will be ob- priation where the ex- ed as agent of the "LLC" refused. Warren County will not accept any bid penditure of monies is upon whom process tivities permitted under Falls, New York 12801. MAIN STREET REALTY cess to the LLC, 29 Liz tainable between the or proposal which is not hours of 9:00 am and required by the proposi- against it may be served. the laws of the State of Purpose: For any lawful HOLDINGS, LLC, a do- Ann Drive, Saratoga delivered to Purchasing pm Monday tion. New York. Springs, New York 5:00 purpose. "SSNY" shall mail a copy mestic LLC, filed with by the time indicated on through Friday, except Diana Mason NE-5/31-07/5/2014NE-4/26-5/31/2014of any process to the the SSNY on 2/21/14. 12866. the time stamp in the holidays, from the Dis- May 22, 2014 6TC-48839 NE-5/24-6/28/20146TC-44612 LLC at: PO Box 448 Office location: Warren Purchasing Department trict Clerk. The District Minerva Central School 6TC-48018 Lake George, NY 12845. County. SSNY is desigOffice. Clerk must receive com- Town of Minerva, CounARTICLES OF ORGANI- NOTICE OF FORMAPurpose: To engage in nated as agent upon The right is reserved to pleted application at ty of Essex, New York ZATION OF DOMESTIC TION. THE NAME OF any lawful act or activity. reject any or all bids. least seven (7) days be- NE-5/31,6/14/2014-2TCNOTICE OF FORMATION DIVORCE SERVICES, THE COMPANY IS GINS- whom process against NE-5/10-6/14/2014the LLC may be served. OF LIMITED LIABILITY fore the election if the Julie A. Pacyna, PurLLC BURG BLOCK, LLC 48818 6TC-46406 chasing Agent ballot is to be mailed to Under Section 203 of (the Company). The Arti- SSNY shall mail process COMPANY (LLC) to The LLC, 499 Ridge Warren County Human the Limited Liability The name of the LLC is the voter, or the day be- SCH COTTAGE HILL, NOTICE OF FORMATION cles of Organization fore the election if the Company Law were filed with the NYS Rd., Queensbury, NY North Country Property LLC, a domestic LLC, OF LIMITED LIABILITY Services Building 12804 . General Pur- Holdings LLC. The date Tel. (518) 761-6538 ballot is to be delivered FIRST: The name of the Department of State May filed with the SSNY on COMPANY (LLC) NE-5/31/2014-1TClimited liability company 19, 2014. The Compa- pose. of filing of the Articles of personally to the voter. 3/21/14. Office location: The name of the Limited The District Clerk must Warren County. SSNY is is: Domestic Divorce Liability Company that 48845 ny's principal office is NE-5/10-6/14/2014Organization with the receive absentee ballots Services, LLC Department of State was located in Warren Coun- 6TC-46695 designated as agent was formed is: United no later the 5:00 pm, on upon whom process SECOND: The county, ty. The Secretary of NOTICE OF FORMATION Wireless Repair LLC. October 9, 2013. The within this state, in State has been designat- OF MILL BROOK COM- office is located in War- Tuesday, June 17, 2014. The Articles of Organizaagainst the LLC may be which the office of the ed as agent upon whom ren County at 21 Twic- A list of persons to served. SSNY shall mail tion were filed with the MONS, LLC Arts. of Org. TO MAKE Department of State of limited liability company process against the process to The LLC, 536 filed with the Sect'y of wood Lane, Queensbury, whom absentee ballots is to be located is WAR- Company NY 12804. The Secre- are issued will be avail- Bay Rd., Ste. 2, Queens- the State of New York on may be State of NY (SSNY) on able for inspection to bury, NY 12804. General May 8, 2014. The office REN. served. The post office 4/14/2014. Office loca- tary of State has been of said Limited Liability THIRD: The Secretary of address to which the designated as agent of qualified voters of the Purpose. tion, County of Warren. Company is located in State is designated as District in the office of NE-4/26-5/31/2014Secretary of State shall SSNY has been desig- the LLC upon whom agent of the limited lia- mail a copy of any pro- nated as agent of the the District Clerk on and 6TC-45061 Warren County. The process may be served. Place a bility company upon Secretary of State of cess against the Compa- LLC upon whom pro- Secretary of State shall after June 10, 2014 beclassified whom process against it ny served upon him or cess against it may be New York has been desNOTICE OF FORMATION mail a copy of any such tween the hours of 9:00 ad! may be served. The ad- her is c/o Law Office of served. SSNY shall mail process served to the am and 5:00 pm on OF LIMITED LIABILITY ignated as agent of the It’s easy and dress within or without COMPANY (LLC) Neil H. Lebowitz, 288 Limited Liability Comparegistered agent c/o weekdays prior the day process to: The LLC, 11 will make this state to which the ny upon whom process Glen Street, Glens Falls, SchroonRiver Forest, United States Corpora- set for the budget re- The name of the Limited you money! Secretary of State shall New York 12801. The Chestertown, NY 12817. vote and on June 17, Liability Company that against said Company tion Agents, Inc., 7014 mail a copy of any pro- purpose of the Company Purpose: any lawful act. was formed is: Seafood may be served and the 13th Avenue, Suite 202, 2014 the day set for the cess against the limited Run LLC. The Articles of post office address withis to engage in any law- NE-5/3-6/7/2014-6TCBrooklyn, NY 11228. re-vote, said list will be ful act or activity for 45535 Business purpose is any posted at the polling liability company served Organization were filed in the state to which the and all business activi- place of the election. upon him or her is: Brid- which limited liability with the Department of Secretary of State shall ties permitted under the gette Devino, 204 Coun- companies may be orgaAny qualified voter State of the State of New mail a copy of any prolaws of NYS. ty Route 43, Fort Ed- nized under the Limited present in the polling cess is: United Wireless York on May 13, 2014. Liability Company Law NE-5/17-6/21/2014ward, NY 12828. place may object to the The office of said Limit- Repair LLC, 42 Lincoln







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