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STONY CREEK Ñ The Dot and Johnstock annual fundraiser to benefit CindyÕ s Cancer Retreats and the Southern Adirondack Musicians Fund (SAM) will be held Saturday, June 14, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Stony Creek Inn. There will be food to sample and music, including performances by Leaning South, George Fletchers Folding Money, Doug Irving, Soul Sky, The Trophy Husbands, and the Stony Creek Band. There will also be a silent auction and raffle. A suggested donation is $20. Checks may be made out to CindyÕ s Retreat or The Southern Adirondack Musicians Fund and mailed to The Stony Creek Inn, P.O. Box 184, Stony Creek, N.Y., 12878. Receipts will be provided for your tax deductible donations. Total proceeds will be shared equally. Contact Dot Bartell 6962394 or Kathy Garrow at 696-4563 or email garrow1@frontiernet.net for information or questions.

By Mike Corey

denpubs@denpubs.com MINERVA Ñ The Minerva Central School District voters go to the polls once again as the district seeks the needed 60 percent super majority vote to pass a 2014-15 spending plan. On June 17, voters will once again have a chance to cast their vote for or against the budget. On May 20, the budget was defeated despite the fact that it received more than a simple majority (56 approval). The tally included 181 yes votes versus 142 no votes. Because the Board of Education had adopted a budget that was above the schoolÕ s state-mandated tax cap, New York State required a supermajority of 60 percent must in order for the budget to pass. The results of the May 20 vote showed that the budget was 13 votes shy of the 194 needed to pass based on the number of people who voted. At a special MCS Board of Education meeting on May 22, the Board decided to put forth the same budget with the same numbers. The same need for a supermajority exists for the upcoming June 17 vote. If the budget is defeated again, the school will be forced to adopt a contingency budget, meaning that the MCS budget would carry a zero percent tax levy increase compared to last year Õ s approved budget tax levy increase. If the June 17 budget falls again, the school would have to cut $446,000. The June 17 budget vote will take place in the Minerva Central School lobby from 1 to 8 p.m.

Arndt’s to perform

Young visitors take a look at one of the murals at Railroads on Parade in Pottersville during its local residents weekend June 6-8. Railroads on Parade, with over 50 model trains and trolleys running through animated scenery on over 2,500 feet of track, is open Sunday through Wednesday from noon until 5 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting June 27 (current hours: noon to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday). For more information, visit railroadsonparade.com or call 623-0100. Photo by Keith Lobdell

Adirondack Interpretive center to feature new exhibit By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen mauranda@denpubs.com

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EDITORIAL

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LETTERS

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NORTH CREEK Ñ The Tannery Pond Community Center Association presents Jocelyn Arndt Of The Dependents Friday, June 13 at 7 p.m. at 228 Main Street. The event is for teens only of all ages. Jocelyn and Chris Arndt will bring their full band to the Tannery Pond Community Center for a special night of music. The admission is free. For reservations and information call TPCC at 251-2505 or go to bspeach@ tpcca.org or tpcca.org.

NEWCOMB Ñ The State University Of New York College Of Enviormental Science And Forestry and the Northern Forest Institute are currently renovating an exsisting exhibit room at the interpreative center. Ò Prior to rennovations the exhibit was a winding and windowless room,Ó said Frank Morehouse program manager. Ò It was outdated and dark. We now have windows in the room overlooking the forest and wooded area.Ó The project was a multi-step process: first rennovating the space and subsequently fabricating and putting

in the exhibits. Ò We are fortunate to be working with Bob McNamara on this project,Ó said Morehouse. Ò He has worked with us in the past and he is designing the exhibits, artwork and 3D displays for the new room.Ó McNamara, a Tug Hill resident and artist who has exhibited nationally and internationally, has had his work appear in many exhibits including the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art MuseumÕ s Birds in Art, the Wildlife Artists View and the Society of Animal Artists. The 350 square foot exhibit space will showcase oversized plate glass widows offering oppertunities for year round wildlife viewing. Ò The Northern New York Audobon Society has also

provided us with a grant to place bird feeders outside of the windows in our new exhibit room,Ó said Morehouse. The Northern Forest wall will also exhibit a threedimensional interactive display bringing to view the forest as the driving force for the park. In addition the complexities arising from various stakeholders and users of the Northern Forest. Ò Included in our exhibit will be a tree species display,Ó said Morehouse. Ò We will also have Adirondack history information, both natural and cultural.Ó For more information on the Adirondack Interperative Center visit esf.edu. For a catalogue of work by Bob McNamara, visit artofwilderness.com.

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Minerva Central School students assist with town map By Mike Corey

denpubs@denpubs.com MINERVA Ñ You are in the beautiful town of Minerva, checking out the hiking options. ItÕ s a fine day, and you need a nice full- or half-day hike. The weatherÕ s great, so any length of time would work. Where will you look to find the right trail? Although not published yet (patience, hikers!), a good way to start will be a placematsized map of Minerva that shows the public hiking trails within the Town. The Minerva Service Organization (MSO), which publishes the Town of Minerva Business Directory, enlisted the help of MCS science/ math teacher Bruce Hodgson and students of his Math-Science-Technology (MST) class to map out public hiking trails within the Town of Minerva. This map, along with a few more revisions, will be published for sale this coming fall by the Minerva Service Organization. HodgsonÕ s 13 MST students used GPS (Global Positioning System) equipment in the field while hiking the trails and GIS (Geographic Information System) technology in the classroom

to make the trail map. The MCS elective MST class, Ò is a course for teaching hands-on technology that has the potential to lead to great careersÓ , according to Hodgson. The course includes 3D modeling activities, nano-technology, crime forensics, and surveying, all subjects that have connections to career paths. This mapping project is a good example of what students can do to support community organizations and the services they provide. To thank the students who worked on the project, members of the Minerva Service Organization met with the MST students after school on May 29, bringing cupcakes, cookies, and soda, which were greatly appreciated. Accompanying the refreshments and expressing their thanks were MSO members Ed Healy, Joy Healy, and John Paradis. RIGHT: Minerva Service Organization members visit Bruce Hodgson’s classroom. Pictured, from left, are John Paradis, Dustin Saville, Jessica Hill, Trevor Moulton, Astasia Myler, Ye-Seon Kim, Sydney Barber, Bruce Hodgson and Joy Healy. Photo by Mike Corey

Adirondack Interpretive Center’s Loons and Logs a hit By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen mauranda@denpubs.com

NEWCOMB Ñ The third annual Ò Loons and LogsÓ day May 24 at the Adirondack Interpretive Center was a success said coordinators. Ò It went really well,Ó said coordinator Frank Morehouse. Ò We had really good sponsorship of the tournament.Ó Prizes from 18 sponsors were handed out through the day with the annual loon race, along with presentation from artistin-residence Francis Gaffney and wood working workshops. Ò We are still compiling the dollar amount but I think we are at about $2,500 less expenses,Ó said Morehouse. In a statement about the day coordinators stated the day was packed with great presentations and demonstrations. They were lucky enough to have the rain clouds fade out just in time for our Loon Drive. With high waters, the loons moved quickly, setting a new course record. LEFT: The Pellegrino family enjoys the loon race festivities.

Hamilton County an audubon paradise for birding festival By Mauranda Stahl-Sorensen mauranda@denpubs.com

LAKE PLEASANT Ñ The 10th annual Adirondack Birding Festival is set to take place June 13 through June 15 with activities in various Hamilton County locations including Long Lake, Indian Lake, Speculator, Racquette, Blue Mountain Lake, Piseco, Lake Pleasant and Inlet. Ò The event hosts between 14 and 18 activities,Ó said Dean Nervik, event coordinator. Ò People are here to see birds, period, particularly the boreal species.Ó Hamilton County and its nearly one million acres of the Adirondack State Park has been noted as one of the best areas to spot the Boreal species of songbird. Nearly half of the North American breeding species north of the Mexican boarder call the boreal forests their home. With the unique climate and ecological factors Hamilton County houses the largest Boreal habitat in the state of New York, and second largest in the country. Boreals, typically found in the spruce thickets and swamp

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waters are a perfect match for the northern Adirondack terrain. Ò This year we have driving safaris which have been popular in the past we see a lot of birds during these safaris,Ó said Nervik. Ò We also have easy walks and moderate hikes of about two to three miles and we host one evening event at the Adirondack Museum (Blue Mountain Lake.Ó The festival is hosted by the Hamilton County Department Of Economic Development. Nervik also spoke of the event in terms of tourism. Ò The festival offers things for people to do,Ó he said. Ò As a result, we want them to stay here and anything we can do to get them to stay and put heads on bed is a feather in our hat.Ó All events are offered free of charge to patrons and are accompanied by seasoned and qualified guides. Those wishing to participate in this years events are asked to pre register for the day. To see a full schedule of events and to register visit adirondackbirds.com or call 548-3076.

North American Cedar Waxwing are one of the many birds found in the Photo provided Boreal Forest.


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And Continue Giving Our Miner va Students Access To “The World”! On June 17th, the Minerva Central School community is faced with an important decision in a re-vote of the proposed School Budget. A NO vote could begin the dismantling of a high school that has been in the heart of Minerva since the organization of the first “High School Department” named the Olmstedville Union School in 1922. The communities at that time recognized the need & value of educating their children and by 1937 the current MCS building was completed. In 2014 we still believe in the value of a K-12 education which cannot be measured in dollars alone.

FACTS OF THE MATTER Minerva Central School will be unable to operate the balanced academic, arts and sports curriculum that it has worked to maintain under any budget lower than the one currently presented to the taxpayers. The defeat of this budget will result in a profound and negative impact to our students and community. 

Our Minerva students have consistently performed much higher than the state & regional testing averages and exhibit a 98% college acceptance rate … these results require sustained program support!

Tax Levy is Lower now than 10 years ago… In that same period, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased an average of

2.31% per year while the MCS Budget has risen just 1% per year

Year 2004-05

Total Budget $4,443,705

2013-14

$4,950,507

Tax Levy/$1000 $19.41 $10.53 (9.85 Chester)

Tax on $100k Home Assessment $ 1,941 $ 1,053 ( $985 Chester)

2014/15 Tax Budget Reflects a 2.46% Increase over 2013/14 … the higher tax levy is making up for the continued

decreases in state aid and is necessary due to a declining reserve fund balance used to meet NYS aid shortfalls 

Minerva School tax levy per $1000 is 7th lowest of the 31 surrounding districts. Districts with similar demographics

such as Ausable, Tupper Lake, and Westport range from 12.62 to 16.47; even our County Seat of Elizabethtown is 13.5 

$846,705 – the Funds withheld by NYS from Minerva Central School from 2009-2014, putting the burden of meeting those school budgets on the local taxpayers

School Taxes Will Not Vanish if the school closes and may increase as long as families and children live in our School District. Only with a YES Vote on June 17th can we maintain our right to vote on the future decisions concerning the responsible planning for our school students. We cannot vote in another district that accepts our children on Tuition.

Cuts in the proposed budget include reductions of office and administrative personnel, free lunch program and a portion

of program transportation costs. If forced to operate on contingency budget, we risk the loss of any non-mandatory services such as the entire sports program, band, music or elimination of transportation in order to maintain an academically viable Pre-K thru 12 program.

Additional Cuts will be necessary if the proposed budget is defeated and could include many of the following …

* Elimination of advanced/college courses for HS * Reduction of remediation resources to 7-12 students * Combining of elementary classrooms * Reduction or elimination of elective courses * Loss of community events due to staff Reductions * Eliminating a portion of high school grades, bus them & pay student tuition to other schools * Elimination of Distance Learning (teaching or receiving) * Reductions in Art, Music and Library programs.

Eliminating a portion of our high school by sending students to another district will not result in significant cost savings,

now or in the future … MCS taxpayers must maintain all services for remaining classrooms in the building, will need to pay a “tuition” per student (an undetermined amount) to the school that accepts our students and provides the educational services to them, the need for Special Education may effect the tuition contract costs, PLUS we will need to manage transportation costs for all students. A tuition contract is not required to include sports or non-mandatory services at the other school and could result in additional personal costs to students to participate in sports.

We must all look beyond our individual disagreements with specific school policy, past decisions or administration to the long term effects a defeated budget vote could cause. Policies and administration are temporary. The dismantling of our school is permanent and the effect on our community undeterminable. Please support the proposed MCS budget on June 17th, 2014.

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The VA: Dysfunction at its best

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he VeteranÕ s Administration is again under fire, and rightly so, but their incompetence, which borders at many times on criminal malfeasance, goes much more deeply than wherever their current flash point issue happens to be. The most recent issue surrounding the VA, which has caused their director to step down amidst the turmoil, revolves around VA clinics falsifying records to show that veterans were seen within a certain amount of time, when in fact they hadnÕ t been seen within that time frame. Some veterans, it has been shown, have died while waiting to be seen. While the spectre of falsifying records is a new twist in the VAÕ s record of bureaucratic incompetence, their overall way of doing business is still just as bad. The VA has fairly simple marching orders: provide medical care and treatment for veterans once they leave the service. But the VA is a monolithic behemoth, which is nearly impossible for a individual soldier to make their way through on his or her own. Getting a foot in the door initially when a soldier leaves the service is the first stumbling point, but it shouldnÕ t be. A soldier might serve in the military for 20 years or longer. During this time their every move is documented; every deployment, every injury, every location theyÕ ve ever lived is recorded by the Department of Defense. So when they leave the service and apply to the VA that information is digitally transferred from the DOD to the VA, right? Wrong. The soldier has to apply to the VA, provide their own documentation for things like known injuries or medical conditions, then wait for the VA to review their records and accept them into the system. Why? It’s understood that a soldier who qualifies will be applying to the VA when they leave the service. Why canÕ t their records automatically follow them to the VA? According to Washington officials, it’s just not technologically possible to do. The government has invested millions of dollars trying to figure out a way to employ some fairly simple 1990s technology to track these records, but were apparently not able to figure that one out. So a soldier applies, and finally, eventually makes their way into the VA medical system most likely after months of waiting. When youÕ re accepted into the VA system you can go to any facility nationwide, wherever you happen to be, right? Wrong again. Consider a veteran in our area, who winters in the south. That veteran has to pick which VA facility they want to receive their treatment in,

north or south. Is this the case in the civilian system? Do you have to pick which hospital you will receive your care in? Of course not. If you typically receive treatment in Plattsburgh but are on vacation, a couple keystrokes at the hospital will bring up all your medical records and insurance information while you sit there. Why can’t the VA figure this technology out? Now what if the soldier is one of the thousands who came back from one of our decade long wars disabled in some way? Their medical and service records transfer directly to the branch of the VA that handles disabilities, right? Nope, wrong again. Why? Again, it appears that the government canÕ t figure out the technology to make this simple transfer of records possible. Ditto for the branches that handles veterans’ educational benefits, and cemetery benefits. You start back from scratch each time you come to a new command; prove who you are, where you served, prove that you qualify for these benefits. These should have all been locked in the day that veteran left the service. Now think about this...what is the government actually capable of when it comes to tracking records. Currently the NSA is able to track every phone call made, apparently anywhere in the world. They can read and store every email sent, and are even in the process of combing the internet with their facial recognition software, for reasons they are quite reluctant to discuss. So is the VA unable to transfer veteransÕ records because the technology doesnÕ t exist, or does the will to spend the money required to bring their Jurassic system into the twenty-first century simply not exist in Washington? Maybe instead of reading the emails of millions of lawabiding Americans or European allies, the NSA could and should be sharing their technology with the VA in order to build a system where veterans arenÕ t dying while waiting for their records to be processed; where snow-bird veterans arenÕ t forced to choose which VA facility will treat them, or prove a disability when they leave the service missing a limb or an eye. Our government simply doesnÕ t care enough about our veterans to pay to put in place technological systems that clearly have existed for years, if not decades. Perhaps the criminal malfeasance in Washington shouldnÕ t be placed just at the feet of the VA any more, but should fall to those of the President, Senate and Congress as well. Ñ

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Dear Mr. Rove: Please butt out! else from outside this district. This democracy, if it is to survive Why are you and the American this wave of political destruction, Crossroads super PAC taking over needs to compliment candidates the Republican candidate selection who choose to seek office and be for New YorkÕ s 21st Congressional tolerant of their different views. We District? must find solutions to overcome Money coming in from outside the differences in our politics. At the district to distort the vote is one time, this country celebrated its wrong. I respectfully urge you to ability to bring people together in cease your negative smear camthis great melting pot and unite her Dan Alexander paign. Let the people of this district people behind what was right. Your Thoughts from decide who will best represent their agenda, as is the case with most suBehind the Pressline interests in Washington without per PACs, is simple: Total control of flooding our district with mud. all three legislative branches, givLocal residents must have the right to select ing your party absolute and total control over this their representative without outside influence. country. Your goal is to completely obliterate all Regardless of their qualifications, selecting one opposition. Republican candidate over another, with a great We currently have a President who has proven infusion of cash and a large media blitz to dehe has little regard for a Congress controlled by stroy another candidate, is clearly not what our another party and the laws they pass. His own democracy and your party should be about. It is party is now questioning some of the action he bad enough when you ruthlessly attack a candihas taken in violation of the laws he has sworn date from the opposing party. Savagely attacking to uphold. Your group and those like you want to a member of your own shows how low you are push this type of party control even further. This willing to stoop in this selfish strategy. country will cease to be an open democracy if you Repeatedly, the American public have conhave your way. Americans out of frustration and demned these negative barrages, and while negadisgust will cease voting due to the severe negative campaigning might work, it is whatÕ s wrong tivity coming out of these campaigns. with the American political system today! PowThe Ò my way or the highwayÓ approach is erful leaders within the party such as yourself the example you are setting for our children. ItÕ s put your self interests ahead of the wishes of the wrong. You are wrong. This is the way of totalipeople. tarian restrictive regimes. We are not at that level Your website states: Ò The people who started yet, but from my perspective we are on the road and support American Crossroads are united bethat will surely put us there in a few more elechind three simple convictions. First, we canÕ t keep tion cycles if this level of seek and destroy activity going on like this. SomethingÕ s got to give. Seccontinues to escalate. ond, America deserves better than this. Our kids This is not the America I learned about in deserve better than this. And third, itÕ s up to us school. America and her representatives should to bring the change about. No one else is going to not be bought and paid for regardless of what do it for us.Ó party or political ideology they represent. Please Mr. Rove, election after election, super PACs put a stop to this scorch and burn campaign. Allike American Crossroads and others have shown low the good people of the 21st district to make they can escalate the negativity. They can keep their choice based on issues facing our country, trying to outraise and outspend the opposition. not the worst of two evils, which is sadly what They have shown zero tolerance for any candidate this type of campaign ends up boiling down to who isnÕ t in complete lockstep with their agenda, once the gloves are off. all the while winking amongst themselves and Mr. Rove, tear down your destructive and mathe candidate of their choice who unilaterally say nipulative campaign. Let our candidates, regardthey are not in cahoots with each other. less of party affiliation, present their case to the America deserves far better than this brand of electorate based on the merits and strength of political warfare. Mr. Rove, whatÕ s wrong with their candidacy. America is your approach to purchase congressioSincerely, nal seats with your handpicked candidates who Dan Alexander have no tolerance for any views but yours. This American Citizen & Resident NY-21 choice should be our choice, not yours or anyone Dear Mr. Rove:


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Disagrees with letter To the News Enterprise: Mr. SafranyÕ s often snide and disparaging criticism of DenpubÕ s Editorial BoardÕ s support of raising the minimum wage struck me as being quite na• ve regarding the downside of pure free-market capitalism. The definition of capitalism in my 1986 edition of Ò WebsterÕ s New World DictionaryÓ includes the statement Ò É it is generally characterized by a tendency toward concentration of wealth, and, in its later phase, É increased governmental control, …” What this definition fails to note is that this Ò increased governmental controlÓ includes important efforts to reduce the capitalist-generated burden on the public of Ò free-market externalitiesÓ such as environmental pollution and diminished public health. Left to their own devices free-market capitalists prefer to either ignore the negative impacts of their functioning or, failing that, propagandize the public in an effort to minimize the publicÕ s awareness of the negative impacts it generates, as they have done with tobacco-related health problems and carbon-dioxide-related climate problems. IÕ d feel much more positively about free-market capitalism if it spontaneously and rapidly made constructive efforts to minimize the public costs of dealing with the low minimum wage, recycling, pollution, bodily injury, and general environmental and infrastructure degradation engendered by its activities. Governmental regulation would not be needed in such a situation. However, most politically active capitalists have chosen a different route to combatting regulation, and theyÕ ve garnered enough wealth now to make this route very easy. Their response has been simply to buy (or successfully lobby for) sufficient control over government to make these negative externalities the responsibility of the tax-paying public (which includes them as little as possible). Wes Dingman North Creek

Alternative answer To the News Enterprise: As a school board president, it was most interesting to read your editorial regarding the affordability of school resource officers. Concern for student safety in this day and age has given rise to an impassioned dialogue, with lots of folks rightly pointing out that it’s a priceless commodity these officers would be protecting. Lots of others are all too eager to vote down hefty school tax increases. But the need to react to current events is inescapable. Many new safety measures have already been put in place in most districts. At Indian Lake, weÕ ve installed video surveillance and forced people to be buzzed through doors that previously had remained unlocked. Troopers and deputies patrol the building from time to time. Would any of these measures stop a committed assailant? Certainly not. TheyÕ d come back later if they saw a cop car parked out front. There are dozens of eye-level windows in our building. There are 11 separate entry doors. The playgrounds and ball fields are open top the woods. Would a full time “resource officer” solve the potential problem? I think not. Since these attacks are extraordinarily rare (although increasing), this officer would presumably have nothing to do day after day, month after month. Individuals in that type of situation canÕ t be expected to maintain a high degree of alertness indefinitely.

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I have proposed, on a couple of occasions over the years, that we send one or more willing individuals from our building for law enforcement training sufficient to qualify them to become deputized and keep a firearm on the premises. This could be the Principal, a teacher, a custodian or a cafeteria worker. Any of them would already be at work in the building, doing a job, active and awake. Then we would no longer be the sort of defenseless gun-free zone that has attracted nearly every one of these atrocities. Help would no longer be a phone call and up to a 45 minute drive away. I was surprised that not a single person expressed support for my proposal here at Indian Lake. Perhaps in Essex County you can do better. Jon Voorhees Indian Lake

Reading a success To the News Enterprise: Our Town Theatre Group would very much like to thank those in our community who helped make our staged-reading of Ò Almost, MaineÓ a success. Their effort and hard work helps us, year after year, to bring theatre to our part of the Adirondacks. Thank you to all the volunteers who worked on stage and off. Thank you to our audience who come to see our productions and support us. Also, a big thank you to the newcomers who joined us for their very first theatre performance, or their first in years. We hope to do it again very soon. Dan Studnicky OTTG Publicity chair

Seek response from pols To the News Enterprise: Not often small communities can celebrate a museum of national significance as the North Creek Depot Museum. The depot is a New York State and Theodore Roosevelt National Historic Site. The depot, built in 1872, was a key role in the development of the North Country. Teddy Roosevelt, one of our greatest presidents, became president at the North Creek Depot in 1901.We celebrate his impact on our community. One of the rooms houses the early development of skiing at North Creek. Thousands come from all over the country and abroad to enjoy our museum and are charmed by it. Over 7,000 visitors came to the depot in 2013. While working as a docent at the depot I met a French couple who were amazed we have to struggle to get legislative support for the museum. If it werenÕ t for the volunteers we would not have a museum. Now this is make or break time to keep our museum alive in our community. Why havenÕ t our state legislators come forward, be supportive and help us celebrate a great president and history of skiing in New York State. We have met with several legislators and received no commitment from them. I understand there are other worthy endeavors in the works. However, people of our community feel the depot museum should be our first priority. Dedicated people work long and hard to support the depot museum and feel itÕ s the legislators time to come forward. Susan Murante North Creek

HomeÓ on the Harrington Farm in Riparius. Mrs. Matthew Brower, Jared, Eric of Gloversville, Susan, Dennie, Jason and Meredith of Meco, Mr and Mrs Donald Moore, Mr and Mrs Bill Rawson, Mr and Mrs Carl Szlachtowski, Mrs Phil Sangster enjoyed the great luncheon. Rev. David Newkirk, grandfather of Grace Elizabeth officiated at the baptism. Fred and Sarah Searers have been visiting Dave and Faye Newkirk for the past ten days. Oliver and Ginny Dalaba from Michigan and Florida Visited with Earl Allen and Pansy Allen recently. They have been in Florida all winter and on way to Michigan. Stayed with friends in Hudson Falls. Seventy years ago for D-Day. So many memories of the ones still with us that remember that day. Dad told me he had just got home from fishing with Bert Robbins when he heard the news. He was drafted in the Navy soon after in 1944. Several in the area have been flying to spend time with family for different events. Glad they are safely back home. Happy Birthday to: Mike Millington, Ken Allen Jr, Earl Allen, Michelle Wood, Fred Hitchcock, Conner Farrell, Joan Ross, Cindy Allen, Sarah Wagner, Katie Allen, Willie Allen, Bud Dunkley, Amanda Dalaba, Nancy Studnicky, Alice Zahniser, Robin Wolper Happy Anniversary to: Gary and Dody Millington, Erwin and Verna Bradway, Bob and Ruth Lehrer, Shane and Suzanne Whitney Enjoy each and every day.

Support the Minerva budget To the News Enterprise: Minerva Central School is a Pre-K thru 12th Grade school that is the heart of the Olmstedville/Minerva Community. On June 17, every member of this community is faced with a decision and choice in the re-vote of the proposed School Budget. Many that did not attend the Special School Board meeting last week are questioning why they are being asked to reconsider the same budget in a re-vote instead of a reduced budget? The Proposed Budget was the most responsible plan to preserve a quality academic program in the current funding climate without beginning to dismantle our school and displace students, which may be necessary if the revote is unsuccessful. Our School Board seats are held by dedicated parents, business owners and long-time community members that gave time and careful consideration before putting this budget before the community. Our town is known for its Irish Pride and recognized for the strong commitment to Community, Families and Children, the longevity of our successful Summer Youth Program, the town celebration of Minerva Day and recognition of outstanding citizens each year are traditions we value. Our small community is a unique and special place that insulates us from some of the issues and challenges families can face in more densely populated areas, but also requires a little more effort from us to preserve this way of life. Understand that our School Taxes will not vanish and may increase as long as families and children live in our School District. Maintaining the ability to vote on the decisions in transitioning children to other schools requires a Yes vote. SOS Minerva is committed to listening to the ideas of all community members, following through with communication and being involved in future plan creation. SOS Minerva asks you to please consider the facts, understand the costs, see the opportunity to work together as a community and make the choice to manage a strategic plan for the future of our children and our community. Make the choice not to divide our children, vote Yes. SOS Minerva

Save my school To the News Enterprise: I am currently a sophomore at Minerva Central School. My experience at Minerva has always been a good one, the teachers are great and are always willing to give extra help. However, I am concerned about the future of my school. Recently, our school held a vote for our budget. Sadly, this budget failed. But, due to how close the vote was, the Board of Education is putting the budget up for another vote. The main issue is that I am afraid I wonÕ t be able to return to Minerva next year. If the budget fails, then a lot of programs will start to get cut to save money. If enough extracurricular activities get cut, I wouldnÕ t want to go to Minerva anymore. I like the way Minerva is now. We canÕ t keep our school if we donÕ t get help form the community. People love to come watch sports games, musicals or concerts. But if the budget fails, those events may not happen anymore. So I am asking for help. Not for me or my friends, but for the school. We need the support of the community. Taylor Feiden Olmstedville

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By Kjerstia Schilinski

By Wes Dingman

here was a great turn out for the Gig Run last week end. A lot of motorcycles. Everyone had a wonderful time and willing to give for the cause. Several from the Mearns family enjoyed time at their Edwards Hill home recently. Ed Aldous was the speaker in the morning worship last Sunday when our pastor, Rev. Ron was a way. Earl Allen turned 89 on June 3 with 44 gathered at the fellowship room to help him celebrate. Rosalie Russell and Agnes Straight brought the cake with a team of horses on top. Alonzo Conlon couldnÕ t find a card with an “89” so he had three cards to make the total. There was a Ò 60Ó , a Ò 13Ó and a Ò 16.Ó It was great to see many family and friends there. Ruth did a lot of cooking for the supper meal before the gathering. Dad enjoyed looking at the cards the next morning. Thanks to everyone. Fred and Ruth Allen from Union Beach, spent a week in the area. Spending time moving things and time with Earl Allen. Many stopped by to help move things for them (Forgive me if I donÕ t get the spelling right in this article). Grace Elizabeth Searers, infant daughter of Fred and Sarah Newkirk of Wartburg, Tennessee, wads baptized at the Kenyontown United Methodist Church on Saturday May 31. Following the baptism a reception was held at Ò Welcome

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once de Le—n may have been born 500 years too soon if some of the recent research in mice is confirmed and holds true for humans as well. Three studies indicate there is a protein in the blood of young mice that when given to old mice leads to significant improvement in cardiac and skeletal muscle functioning as well as significant improvement in brain functioning. Two closely connected groups of researchers have been involved in this work. Most members of both groups were associated with HarvardÕ s Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology. Scientists from the University of California and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute also participated. In all, there were 26 different scientists involved in the most recent two of these peer-reviewed papers, and four of them participated in both research efforts. The first group showed that there were factors in the blood of young mice that when allowed to circulate in the blood of old mice for five weeks led to im-

proved blood circulation in the brain and enhanced formation of new brain cells both of which normally decline significantly as a mouse ages. Initially, the Harvard scientists actually connected the blood circulations of an old mouse and a young mouse in a process known as parabiosis, much as happens naturally in many cases of Siamese twins born to humans. With these experiments they found the neural stem cells in a few regions of the brain began to proliferate in the old mouse and blood flow throughout much of the brain was increased. Additionally, the scientists reported evidence that these old mice experienced an improved sense of smell. In parallel studies they showed that blood from an old mouse did not have any observed negative effects on young mice. When they went looking to see if these results were caused by a single blood compound or required a complex mixture of blood chemicals from young mice, they found the result could be induced by a single factor called GDF 11 which stands for Ò growth differentiation factor 11.Ó This chemical is naturally

present in the blood of young mice but declines with age; it is also a member of a large group of transforming growth factors whose various functions have been a great interest to research biologists. The second group, which had previously shown that blood from young mice could correct age-induced heart muscle enlargement in old mice, focused on skeletal muscle functioning. As in the brain, there are stem cells in muscles that become active in the repair of muscle damage. These stem cells (called satellite cells) normally age and become genetically damaged with time decreasing their ability to respond to injury. Using mouse GDF 11 made by genetically engineered bacteria they injected it daily for four weeks into the abdomen of old mice, from where it is absorbed into the blood stream. They found this treatment allowed the satellite muscle cells in the old mice to repair their genomes and go on to heal injured muscle, restoring its functioning. Furthermore, following this treatment old mice showed evidence of increased strength and improved endurance when exercising. Given that it is rare for the physiology of mice to be radically different from that of humans, IÕ m wondering how many humans might volunteer to become subjects for research of this nature. Any bets?


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he September 2014 Johnsburg Historical Society exhibit at Widlund Gallery, Tannery Pond Community Center will consist of items loaned by residents of the Town of Johnsburg. Artifacts and antiques from private homes will be featured in a first-of-its-kind exhibit to be sponsored by JHS. Pieces that are old or interesting or funny or intriguing or sentimental or are no longer in use will be displayed in this hometown version of

Antiques Roadshow. Check out your attic, basement, garage, barn is there something there that may be of interest to the community? Examples could be tools, handcrafted items, kitchen gadgets, cookware, utensils, chamber pots, toys, clothing, footwear, oil lamps, milk cans, furniture, farm implements, sugaring supplies, logging items, etc. All loaned pieces will be returned after the close of the exhibit and no later than Sept. 30. Potential exhibitors are requested to describe in detail everything known about the item, including its usage, date of origin, names of people associated with its usage or creation, how it came to be in your possession, and if it is still in use, etc. This information will be used to write a label for the display. Submission forms are available via email at johnsburghistory@ gmail.com or by calling the office at 251-5788. A board member will review messages on Mondays. Due

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to limited space and to ensure relevance to the exhibit, this is a juried show. A photo of the item must be submitted, or a visit must be arranged with a board member for a piece to be considered in this exhibit. Submissions are due by August 1. YouÕ re invited! The opening reception for the exhibit, Ò WhatÕ s in YOUR Attic?” will be held Saturday, Aug. 30, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the lobby of Tannery Pond Community Center. Appetizers and liquid refreshments will be served, and live music is provided at this free event.

JOHNSBURG Ñ The Town of Johnsburg LibraryÕ s summer reading programs are held every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. The program begins July 9: with Science Fair on the Farm puppet show; July 16: Andy the Music Man; July 23: Live animals with Bernadette Hoffman (TBA what animals will be with her); July 30: Fizz! Boom! Read! with storyteller Karen Pillsworth; Aug 6: Fizztastic Science Magic Show with Ron Cain; Aug. 21: The Tang Teaching Museum will do a program from 2 until 3 p.m. that includes the principles of balance and center of gravity. Participants will make a colorful 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. Call the library to register at 251-4343. New fiction this month: The Orphan Train - Christina Baker Kline; Unlucky 13 - James Patterson; The Target - David Baldacci; IÕ ve Got you under my Skin - Mary Higgins Clark; Field of Prey - John Sandford. New DVDÕ s - Catching Fire, Her, True Detectives, Weeds, the Final Season. The library will also be hosting David Reyer, a recent graduate from The International School of Photography located in New York City. He has just returned from 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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Gore youth baseball May 30 Gore lost in extra innings to NemecÕ s of Warrensburg 11-8. Pitching for gore were Matt Richards and Gabe Smith, as they combined for 13 strikeouts. With the bat Gore was led by Anthony Galle triple, Shawn Mulligan and Smith, who had two hits each. June 2 Gore lost to Curtis Lumber of Warrensburg 18-9. Pitching for Gore were Jaxon Roblee, Smith, Mulligan and Nick Millington. Batting well for Gore on the day was Mulligan (3-for-3, 3 RBI), Galle (2-for-3 triple), Silas Taylor, Roblee and Jon Lorensen each had hits. Nine-year old Nick Millington had his first career hit playing for Gore. Gabe Smith had a great day playing defense. June 6 Gore lost a tight game with OscarÕ s of Warrensburg 13-12. Dominic Brouthers pitch a complete game for Gore with 9 stirkeouts. Gore was down three going into the last inning before

www.newsenterprise.org rallying to take a one run lead. In the last inning Taylor singled, Galle hit a two-run homer, Roblee them followed that homerun with one of his own, Smith doubled stole third and home to give Gore a 12-11 lead, only to see OscarÕ s score two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for the win. In the game Mulligan also added a home run, While Jon Lorensen added a triple. Nick Millington also had a hit. Gore dropped to 2-6 on the season.

Docents sought for museum

NORTH CREEK Ñ The Depot Museum is seeking volunteer docents to welcome and inform museum visitors regarding the local stories of Theodore Roosevelt, the historic ski center, and the Hudnut Train diorama. The museum will be open four hours daily beginning July 1. Docents may choose the hours and days they wish to work. High school students needing community service hours are also welcome to apply. For information, call Susan Forrest at 251-2633 or s.forrest@frontiernet.net.

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Carharts to couture in N. Creek NORTH CREEK Ñ Runway fashion is set to be the talk of the town in North Creek on June 20. The North Creek Business Alliance is set to host its third annual fashion show. The event will be held at Riverside park and is set to include more than a dozen businesses, showcasing clothing and accessories modeled by citizens of the community. Ò This yearÕ s event is raising money for the Johnsburg EMS,Ó said Michelle San Antonio,

event coordinator. Ò The committee recognizes that the EMS is raising funds for its new building. We hope this will help.Ó The catwalk is scheduled to take place at 6:30 p.m. and a silent auction is on the agenda for 6 p.m. Emcee Emily Stanton will be taking the stage for the event. Ticket price for the evening is $15 including beverage tickets, appetizers and entertainment. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance at TrimmerÕ s Salon or barVino.


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10 - News Enterprise LEGALS NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Name: Adirondack Sports & Entertainment, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on May 12, 2014. Office location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to The Company, One Civic Center Plaza, Glens Falls, NY 12801. Purpose: any lawful act or activities. NE-5/24/2014-6TC47989 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Assembly Point Realty, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 5/14/14. Office location: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC c/o 35 Arcadia Court, Harrington Park, NJ 07640. Purpose of LLC: any lawful activity. NE-5/24-6/28/20146TC-47979 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company thatwas formed is: BAY STREET WASH & FOLD, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on May 22, 2014. 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: BAY STREET WASH & FOLD, LLC, 129 Bay Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. NE-5/31-07/5/20146TC-48839 BDR LAWN CARE, LLC formed a domestic Limited Liability Company in NY. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) 4/18/14. NY Office Location: principal place of business and mailing 800 E. Schroon River Rd., Diamond Point, NY 12824. SSNY designated agent upon whom process can be served; Bruce Randall, 800 E. Schroon River Rd., Diamond Point, NY 12824. Formed to engage in any lawful business. NE-5/31-7/5/2014-6TC48442 ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION OF DOMESTIC DIVORCE SERVICES, LLC Under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law FIRST: The name of the limited liability company is: Domestic Divorce Services, LLC SECOND: The county, within this state, in which the office of the limited liability company is to be located is WARREN. THIRD: The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the limited liability company served upon him or her is: Bridgette Devino, 204 County Route 43, Fort Edward, NY 12828. I certify that I have read the above statements, I

this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the limited liability company served upon him or her is: Bridgette Devino, 204 County Route 43, Fort Edward, NY 12828. I certify that I have read the above statements, I am authorized to sign these Articles of Organization, that the above statements are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and that my signature typed below constitutes my signature. Bridgette Devino, Organizer (signature) Bridgette Devino, ORGANIZER, 204 County Route 43, Fort Edward, NY 12828 NE-5/24-6/28/20146TC-47588 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Name: East Lake George House, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on April 11, 2014. Office location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 39 North Church Lane, Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose: any lawful act or activities. NE-6/7-7/12/2014-6TC49572 NOTICE OF FORMATION. THE NAME OF THE COMPANY IS GINSBURG BLOCK, LLC (the Company). The Articles of Organization were filed with the NYS Department of State May 19, 2014. The Company's principal office is located in Warren County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent upon whom process against the Company may be served. The post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the Company served upon him or her is c/o Law Office of Neil H. Lebowitz, 288 Glen Street, Glens Falls, New York 12801. The purpose of the Company is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized under the Limited Liability Company Law of the State of New York. NE-5/31-7/5/2014-6TC48689 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF GREENE & GREENE TRUCKING LLC. Articles of organization were filed with the Secretary of State of N.Y. (SSNY)on 06/01/2014. Office location: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon which process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 270 Meadowbrook Road, Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose: Any lawful activity. NE-6/14-7/19/20146TC-49770 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF J&R MOBILE HOME PARK, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/16/2014. Office location, County of Warren. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 3201 Lake Shore Dr., Lake George, NY 12845. Purpose: any lawful act. NE-5/24-6/28/20146TC-47902

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: KA1, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 4/24/14. Office location: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC c/o 288 Glen Street, P.O. Box 299, Glens Falls, NY 12801. Purpose of LLC: any lawful activity. NE-5/10-6/14/2014-

has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC c/o 288 Glen Street, P.O. Box 299, Glens Falls, NY 12801. Purpose of LLC: any lawful activity. NE-5/10-6/14/20146TC-45981 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LDG OF ADK, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/23/2014. Office location, County of Warren. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, POB 125, Johnsburgh, NY 12843. Purpose: any lawful act. NE-5/24-6/28/20146TC-47898 MAIN STREET REALTY HOLDINGS, LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 2/21/14. Office location: Warren County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 499 Ridge Rd., Queensbury, NY 12804 . General Purpose. NE-5/10-6/14/20146TC-46695 NOTICE OF FORMATION. THE NAME OF THE COMPANY IS MOIRAI, LLC (the Company). The Articles of Organization were filed with the NYS Department of State May 16, 2014. The Company's office is located in Warren County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent upon whom process against the Company may be served. The post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the Company served upon him or her is c/o Law Office of Neil H. Lebowitz, 288 Glen Street, Glens Falls, New York 12801. The purpose of the Company is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized under the Limited Liability Company Law of the State of New York. NE-5/31-7/05/20146TC-48697 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF MONREALE FOODS 363 LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with Secy. Of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 3/28/14. Office location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 756 Upper Glen Rd., Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose: any lawful activity. NE-5/17-6/21/20146TC-46972 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the LLC is Mr. Bills Ice Cream LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York on May 7, 2014. The purpose for which the LLC has been formed is to engage in any lawful act or activity. The County within the State of New York in which the principal office of the LLC is to be located is Warren. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC, 29 Liz Ann Drive, Saratoga Springs, New York 12866. NE-5/24-6/28/20146TC-48018

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF MT & BMS, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of State of NY (SSNY) on 6/2/2014. Office location, County of Warren. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o Stafford Carr & McNally, P.C., 175 Ottawa St., Lake George, NY 12845. Purpose: any lawful act. NE-6/14-7/19/2014-

District for the fiscal Warren. SSNY has been designated as agent of year 2014-2015 and to authorize the requisite the LLC upon whom process against it may portion thereof to be be served. SSNY shall raised by taxation on the mail www.newsenterprise.org process to: c/o taxable property of the Stafford Carr & McNally, District. P.C., 175 Ottawa St., AND FURTHER NOTICE Lake George, NY 12845. IS HERBY GIVEN, that a copy of the statement of Purpose: any lawful act. the amount of money NE-6/14-7/19/2014which will be required to 6TC-50313 fund the School DistricNOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY t's budget for 20142015, exclusive of public COMPANY (LLC) The name of the LLC is monies, may be obtained by any resident of North Country Property the District during busiHoldings LLC. The date of filing of the Articles of ness hours beginning Tuesday, June 6, 2014 Organization with the at the business office of Department of State was Minerva Central School. October 9, 2013. The office is located in War- A report of tax exempren County at 21 Twic- tions, showing how wood Lane, Queensbury, much of the total asNY 12804. The Secre- sessed value on the final assessment roll or rolls tary of State has been designated as agent of used in that budgetary process is exempt from the LLC upon whom taxation, shall be anprocess may be served. Secretary of State shall nexed to the budget mail a copy of any such document. process served to the AND FURTHER NOTICE registered agent c/o IS HEREBY GIVEN, that United States Corpora- applications for absentee ballots will be obtion Agents, Inc., 7014 13th Avenue, Suite 202, tainable between the Brooklyn, NY 11228. hours of 9:00 am and pm Monday Business purpose is any 5:00 and all business activi- through Friday, except holidays, from the Disties permitted under the trict Clerk. The District laws of NYS. Clerk must receive comNE-5/17-6/21/2014pleted application at 6TC-28466 least seven (7) days beNOTICE TO BIDDERS fore the election if the The Board of Education ballot is to be mailed to of Minerva Central the voter, or the day beSchool District, Olmst- fore the election if the edville, New York (in ac- ballot is to be delivered cordance with section personally to the voter. 103 of the General Mu- The District Clerk must nicipal Law) hereby in- receive absentee ballots vites the submission of no later the 5:00 pm, on sealed bids on Ultra-low Tuesday, June 17, 2014. Sulfur Diesel Fuel, in ac- A list of persons to cordance with NYS Laws whom absentee ballots S1145C. Bids will be re- are issued will be availceived until 1 p.m. on able for inspection to the 24th day of June qualified voters of the 2014, at Minerva Central District in the office of School, at which time the District Clerk on and and place all bids will be after June 10, 2014 bepublicly opened. tween the hours of 9:00 Specifications and bid am and 5:00 pm on forms may be obtained weekdays prior the day at the Minerva Central set for the budget reSchool office. vote and on June 17, The Board of Education 2014 the day set for the reserves the right to re- re-vote, said list will be ject any or all bids. posted at the polling Sincerely, place of the election. Timothy Farrell Any qualified voter Superintendent present in the polling NE-6/14/2014-1TCplace may object to the 50312 voting of the ballot upon NOTICE OF FORMATION appropriate grounds for OF LIMITED LIABILITY making his/her chalCOMPANY lenge and the reasons Name: PLATINUM BEL- therefore known to the LA ENTERPRISE LLC. Inspector of Elections Articles of Organization before the close of polls. filed with Secretary of AND FURTHER NOTICE State of New York IS HEREBY GIVEN, that (SSNY) on April 8, 2014. the qualified voters of Office location: Warren the School District shall County. SSNY designat- be entitled to vote at ed as agent of LLC upon said budget vote. A whom process against it qualified voter is one may be served. SSNY who is (1) a citizen of shall mail copy of pro- the United States of cess to C/O United America, (2) eighteen States Corporation (18) years of age or oldth Agents, Inc., 7014 13 er, (3) a resident and Avenue, Brooklyn, NY registered voter of their 11228. Purpose: any county within the School lawful act or activities. District for a period of NE-6/14-7/19/2014twenty-five (25) days 6TC-50376 next preceding the budget vote. The school district may require all LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC persons offering to vote at the budget vote to HEARING AND BUDGET provide one form of VOTE proof of residency purMINERVA CENTRAL suant to Education Law SCHOOL DISTRICT #2018-c. Such form TOWN OF MINERVA COUNTY OF ESSEX, may include a driver's license, a non-driver's NEW YORK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- identification card, a utility bill, or a voter regisEN, that a public hearing of the qualified voters of tration card. Upon offer the Minerva School Dis- of proof of residency, trict, Essex County, Olm- the School District may stedville, New York, will also require all persons be held in the school li- offering to vote to provide their signature, brary in said District on printed name and adTuesday, June 10, 2014 at 7:00 pm, for the pre- dress. AND FURTHER NOTICE sentation of the budget. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to a rule adoptEN, that the budget vote of the qualified voters of ed by the Board in acthe Minerva Central cordance with #2035 School District, Town of and #2008 of the EducaMinerva, Essex County, tion Law, any referenda propositions to New York, will be held in or the Minerva Central amend the budget, othSchool Lobby in said erwise to be submitted District on Tuesday, for voting at said election, must be filed with June 17, 2014 between the Minerva Board of Edthe hours of 1:00 pm ucation on or before and 8:00 pm, at which May 27, 2014 at 5:00 time the polls will be pm prevailing time; must opened to vote by voting machine upon the fol- be typed or printed in English, must be directlowing items: ed to the Clerk of the 1. To adopt the annual School District and budget of the School District for the fiscal signed by at least twenyear 2014-2015 and to ty-five (25) qualified voters of the district; and authorize the requisite portion thereof to be must state the name and of each raised by taxation on the residence taxable property of the signed. However, the School Board will not District. entertain any petition to AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN, that a place before the voters copy of the statement of any proposition the purpose of which fails to inthe amount of money

signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified voters of the district; and must state the name and residence of each signed. However, the School Board will not entertain any petition to place before the voters any proposition the purpose of which fails to include a specific appropriation where the expenditure of monies is required by the proposition. Diana Mason May 22, 2014 Minerva Central School Town of Minerva, County of Essex, New York NE-5/31,6/14/2014-2TC48818 QMR II, LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 05/02/2014. Office loc: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 82 Courtland St., Lake George, NY 12845. Reg Agent: James D. Quirk, Jr. 82 Courtland St., Lake George, NY 12845. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose. NE-6/14-7/19/20146TC-49957 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the Limited Liability Company that was formed is: Seafood Run LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Department of State of the State of New York on May 13, 2014. 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: Seafood Run LLC, 38 Oak Street, Lake George, 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-5/24-6/28/20146TC-47687 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Town of Johnsburg Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on June 23, 2014 at the Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek, New York 12853. SITE PLAN APPLICATION: #SP-032014 - Smith - Tax Map #30.-2-8 located at 4479 State Route 28, North River, for a Bed and Breakfast and Guide Service Office. Public Hearing will commence at 7:00 p.m. Persons wishing to appear at said meeting may do so in person, by attorney, or any other means of communication. Communications will be filed with the board at that time. A Regular Meeting of the Planning Board will follow the Public Hearing. Town of Johnsburg Planning Board Shannon Slater, Secretary NE-6/14-6/21/20142TC-49505 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 WARRENSUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE INDEX NO. 60022 THIS SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IS GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES WHO, AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THIS PROCEEDING, WERE IN A DEFAULTED TAX ARREARS INSTALLMENT PAYMENT AGREEMENT. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 3rd day of April, 2014, the Warren County Treasurer, hereinafter the Enforcing Officer of the County of Warren, hereinafter the Tax District, pursuant to law, filed with the Clerk

REARS INSTALLMENT PAYMENT AGREEMENT. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 3rd day of April, 2014, 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, IN PART, pertains to the following parcels: Town Of Bolton ID# 124.00-1-29 New Vermont Rd Destanko Tamara, 81-29 Liberty Ave 35.52 acres Rural vac > Town Of Lake George ID# 251.18-2-40 Schuyler St Mastrantoni Rocco, 80 Schuyler St 0.00 acres Apartment ID# 251.18-2-41 80 Schuyler St Mastrantoni Rocco, 80 Schuyler St 0.00 acres Cottage ID# 251.18-4-62 47 Caldwell Ave Edwards Sheila, 1123 Forest Ave 0.00 acres Cottage ID# 251.16-1-22 26 Ledges Ln Latterner John E, Latterner Nancy 1.00 acres 1 Family Res ID# 264.08-1-16 39 Beatty Rd Girvin Elaine, PO Box 634 0.10 acres Seasonal res Town Of Chester ID# 33.-1-33.4 183 Byrnes Rd Ferone Nicholas, 36 Carlin Dr 15.70 acres Rural Res ID# 33.-2-5 25 Lane Rd Pierce William F, Pierce Kathleen 6.20 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 35.-1-24.7 214 Olmstedville Rd Parker John R, 214 Olmstedville Rd 1.01 acres 1 Family Res ID# 49.-1-6 122 Owens Rd Bradway Jesse, 122 Owens Rd 2.58 acres 1 Family Res ID# 66.7-1-2.8 Mt Estate Rd Tew Jeffrey Charles, PO Box 54 2.02 acres Res vac land ID# 87.16-1-1 71 Dixon Rd Sapienza Anthony, Country Haven 19.36 acres Camping park ID# 103.-2-43 38 Pinewood North Sapienza Anthony, 71 Dixon Rd 1.38 acres 1 Family Res ID# 120.11-1-19.2 Lone Rock Dr MacMillen John, MacMillen Melissa K 0.92 acres Res vac land ID# 137.14-1-19 207 Tripp Lake Rd Wanaroma Inc., c/oRon Walker 21.90 acres Golf course ID# 152.-1-40 319 Potter Brook Rd Wells Samuel N, Wells Nancy J 10.23 acres 1 Family Res Town Of Hague ID# 25.1-1-6 308 West Hague Rd Graser Ronald K, Graser Thomas 1.50 acres Mfg housing Town Of Horicon ID# 37.-1-76 329 Shaw Hill Rd Monroe Michael S, 329 Shaw Hill Rd 0.54 acres Mfg housing ID# 72.13-2-9.14 35 Brant Lake Heights Dr Butler Wesley S Sr, Butler Steven T 0.71 acres Res vac land ID# 72.13-2-9.116 State Rte 8 Butler Wesley S Sr, 3 Butler Loop 0.00 acres Vacant rural ID# 72.13-2-20 Butler Loop Butler Wesley S Sr, 3 Butler Loop 0.76 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 72.13-2-28 Brant Lake Heights Dr Butler Wesley S Sr, 3 Butler Loop 0.45 acres Rural vac <1 ID# 88.7-1-27 State Rte 8 Galanari LLC, 231 McNamara Rd 0.00 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 88.7-1-28 6685 State Rte 8 Galanari LLC, Simon Zarour 0.21 acres Gas station Town Of Johnsburg ID# 30.-2-31 4651 St Rt 28 Knoll Andre H, Knoll Andrew 0.20 acres 1 Family Res ID# 66.6-2-8 302 Main St Mc Graw Timothy, 242 Cameron Rd 0.03 acres Restaurant ID# 66.10-2-40 7 Maiden Ln Rountry Robert, 400 Roosevelt Ave 0.50 acres 1 Family Res ID# 66.14-1-41 10 Pine St Morehouse James E, Morehouse Clifford J 1.22 acres Mfg housing

St Mc Graw Timothy, 242 Cameron Rd 0.03 acres Restaurant ID# 66.10-2-40 7 Maiden Ln Rountry Robert, June 14, 400 Roosevelt Ave2014 0.50 acres 1 Family Res ID# 66.14-1-41 10 Pine St Morehouse James E, Morehouse Clifford J 1.22 acres Mfg housing ID# 102.-2-5 343 Riverside Station Rd Mosher Edna, PO Box 18 99.86 acres Lumber yd/ml ID# 102.10-1-6 403 Riverside Station Rd Vandeursen Joanne Logue, Logue Paul Timothy 1.00 acres 1 Family Res ID# 117.1-1-29.3 2957 State Rt 8 Monroe Michael, 2957 St Rt 8 1.37 acres Mfg housing ID# 132.10-1-6 16 Bakers Mills Rd Bacon John Arthur, Verna Bradway 0.48 acres Mfg housing ID# 133.8-1-33 S Johnsburg Rd Mosher Edna, PO Box 18 0.39 acres Vac w/imprv ID# 133.8-1-37 1781 S Johnsburg Rd Mosher Richard, 1781 South Johnsburg Rd 12.25 acres Rural Res ID# 133.8-1-38 1801 S Johnsburg Rd Mosher Edna, Mosher Richard 1.65 acres 1 Family Res Town Of Lake Luzerne ID# 285.20-1-3 12 Pumphouse Rd Supry Randolph, PO Box 537 0.13 acres 1 Family Res Town Of Queensbury ID# 278.-1-46 Bay Rd Stranahan Industries, LLC, 1343 Bay Rd 0.91 acres 1sty sml bld ID# 278.-1-48 Bay Rd Stranahan Industries, LLC, 1343 Bay Rd 1.44 acres Vacant comm ID# 278.-1-49 Bay Rd American Tree Co., Inc., 5010 Dawson Way 3.59 acres Res vac land ID# 278.-1-61 1347 Bay Rd Stranahan Industries Inc, 1343 Bay Rd 188.96 acres Lumber yd/ml ID# 278.20-1-11 28 Old Bay Rd Langlos Helen, c/o Helen Sheldon Wood 1.29 acres 1 Family Res ID# 290.5-1-21 11 Wagon Trl Orlow Joseph, Alund Michael 0.07 acres 1 Family Res ID# 302.14-1-53 7 Luzerne Pl Sax Steven, 7 Luzerne Pl 0.26 acres 1 Family Res ID# 302.14-3-42 12 Jerome Ave Gregory Delbert Joseph, PO Box 311 0.19 acres 1 Family Res ID# 303.5-1-7 23 Wilson St Szabo William Jr, Szabo Ann Marie 0.23 acres 1 Family Res ID# 309.9-2-18 3 East Ave Kelly Timothy, Kelly Heidi 0.30 acres Mfg housing ID# 309.13-1-33 24 Rhode Island Ave Cavanaugh Esther, 24 Rhode Island Ave 0.24 acres 2 Family Res ID# 316.5-1-10 17 Eagan Rd Threw William, Threw Rosemary 5.48 acres 1 Family Res ID# 316.5-1-11 21 Eagan Rd Threw William, Threw Rosemary 3.27 acres 1 Family Res Town Of Stony Creek ID# 232.-1-20 Van Auken Rd Debbiedo Inc, 6 Old Corinth Rd Ext 0.00 acres Mfg housing ID# 233.-1-70.1 36 Tucker Rd Tremaine May, 36 Tucker Rd 15.30 acres Mfg housing ID# 246.19-1-23 Tannery Ln Kesy Margaret, 53-49 65th St 9.02 acres Multiple res ID# 256.14-1-4 Harrisburg Rd Miraglia Joseph, 1319 70th St 0.00 acres Seasonal res Town Of Thurman ID# 180.-2-14 Valley Rd Mosher Edna, So Johnsburg Rd 9.32 acres Mfg housing ID# 181.-1-36 180 Combs Rd Latimer George S, Latimer Robin P 9.87 acres 1 Family Res ID# 182.-1-4 886 GlenAthol Rd Germain Glen B, 886 Glen Athol Rd 2.29 acres Mfg housing ID# 194.-1-5 342 Garnet Lake Rd Williams James Lee, Att: Mary Lee Williams 0.76 acres 1 Family Res ID# 194.-1-27 Valley Rd Mosher Edna, 295 So Johnsburg Rd 4.13 acres Lumber yd/ml ID# 196.-1-37 72 Frost St Ungar Paul, 21 Cooper St Ste 2 3.08 acres Rural vac <1


fied below as the last demption is hereby fixed taken by default. by notified that the filing New York ("SSNY") on NOTICE OF FORMATION Michael R. Swan of this petition consti- day for redemption. as the July 18, 2014. 3/21/2014 Office Loca- OF LIMITED LIABILITY COUNTY tion: Warren County. COMPANY (LLC) tutes the commence- Right of redemption: Service of answer: Ev- WARREN ment by the Tax District Any person having or ery person having any TREASURER The "SSNY" is designat- The name of the Limited claiming to have an in- right, title or interest in, Martin D. Auffredou, of a proceeding in the ed as agent of the "LLC" Liability Company that terest www.newsenterprise.org in any such real Esq. court specified in the or lien upon any parcel upon whom process News was formed is: United Enterprise - 11 caption above to fore- property and the legal of real property de- Warren County Munici- against it may be served. Wireless Repair LLC. right thereto may on or scribed in such petition pal Center close each of the tax "SSNY" shall mail a copy The Articles of Organization were filed with the may serve a duly verified liens therein described 1340 State Route 9 of any process to the before said date redeem by a foreclosure pro- the same by paying the answer upon the attor- Lake George, NY 12845 Department of State of LLC at: PO Box 448 ceeding in rem. Lake George, NY 12845. the State of New York on amount of all such un- ney for the Tax District (518) 761-6463 setting forth in detail the NE-6/14,6/28,7/5/2014Nature of proceeding: Purpose: To engage in May 8, 2014. The office paid tax liens thereon, of said Limited Liability Such proceeding is including all interest and nature and amount of 3TC-50375 any lawful act or activity. Company is located in brought against the real penalties and all other his or her interest and NE-5/10-6/14/2014NOTICE OF FORMATION Warren County. The 6TC-46406 legal charges which are any defense or objection property only and is only THOROUGHBRED ADVISecretary of State of included in the lien to the foreclosure. Such to foreclose the tax liens NOTICE OF FORMATION SORS LLC Arts. of Org. described in this peti- against such real prop- answer must be filed in filed OF LIMITED LIABILITY New York has been deswith SSNY the office of the County tion. No personal judge- erty, computed to and (LLC). ignated as agent of the 5/14/2014. Off. Loc.: COMPANY including the date of re- Clerk and served upon Name: TOWBOAT LAKE Limited Liability Compament will be entered Warren Cnty. SSNY desny upon whom process herein for such taxes or demption. Such pay- the attorney for the Tax ignated as agent of LLC GEORGE, LLC. Articles against said Company of Organization filed with other legal charges or ments shall be made to: District on or before the whom process may be Michael R. Swan, Trea- date above mentioned as the Secretary of State of may be served and the any part thereof. served. SSNY shall mail post office address withsurer, Warren County, the last day for redempTown Of Warrensburg Persons affected: This process to: c/o Acc- New York (SSNY) on in the state to which the ID# 137.18-1-1 203 May 19, 2014. Office notice is directed to all Warren County Munici- tion. umera LLC, 911 Central Tripp Lake Rd WanaroCounty of Secretary of State shall persons owning, or hav- pal Center; 1340 State Failure to redeem or Ave., #101, Albany, NY Location: answer: In the event of Route 9, Lake George, mail a copy of any proma Inc., Ronald Walker Warren. SSNY has been ing, or claiming to have failure to redeem or an- 12206. The reg. agent cess is: United Wireless Pres 50.22 acres Golf designated as agent of an interest in the real New York 12845. swer by any person hav- is: Accumera at same the LLC upon whom Repair LLC, 42 Lincoln course property described in In the event that such address. Purpose: all Avenue, Glens Falls, NY ID# 169.4-1-8 1147 process against it may this petition. Such per- taxes are paid by a per- ing the right to redeem lawful activities. 12801. The purpose of son other than the or answer, such person Schroon River Rd Casbe served. SSNY shall sons are hereby notified NE-5/24-6/28/2014will be forever barred record owner of such the LLC is to engage in sidy Roberta J, Box mail a copy of process further that a duplicate 6TC-47990 and foreclosed of all his real property, the person any and all business ac1298 0.81 acres 1 Famito: 501 New Vermont of this petition has been tivities permitted under so paying shall be enti- or her right, title and inly Res Road, Bolton Landing, filed in the office of the NOTICE OF FORMATION terest and equity of retled to have the tax liens Effect of filing: All per- Enforcing Officer of the ID# 183.4-1-8 4487 New York 12814. Pur- the laws of the State of OF LIMITED LIABILITY Route 9 Sutphin Robert sons having or claiming Tax District and will re- affected thereby satis- demption in and to the pose: For any lawful ac- New York. COMPANY ("LLC") parcel described in such NE-5/24-6/28/2014& Sharon, Sutphin Sila to have an interest in the main open for public in- fied of record. tivity. Name: Toff LLC Articles 6TC-47609 & Ella 0.67 acres 1 Fam- real property described NE-6/7-7/12/2014-6TCspection up to and in- Last day for redemp- petition and a judgement of Organization filed with in this petition are here- cluding the date speci- tion: The last day of re- in foreclosure may be ily Res the Secretary of State of 49189 taken by default. ID# 210.12-3-42 72 by notified that the filing Find A Buyer For fied below as the last demption is hereby fixed New York ("SSNY") on NOTICE OF FORMATION Michael R. Swan as the July 18, 2014. Hudson St Neuweiler Al- of this petition consti- day for redemption. Your No-longer OF LIMITED LIABILITY 3/21/2014 Office LocaCOUNTY Service of answer: Ev- WARREN tutes the commence- Right of redemption: fred J Sr, Brage Theresa Needed Items With A tion: Warren County. COMPANY (LLC) ment by the Tax District Any person having or ery person having any TREASURER 0.77 acres Vac w/imprv Low-Cost Classified. The "SSNY" is designat- The name of the Limited ID# 210.16-2-93 20 of a proceeding in the claiming to have an in- right, title or interest in, Martin D. Auffredou, ed as agent of the "LLC" Liability Company that To Place An Ad, Call Esq. or lien upon any parcel Sanford St May Greg, court specified in the terest in any such real was formed is: United May Kelly 0.34 acres 1 caption above to fore- property and the legal of real property de- Warren County Munici- upon whom process 518-873-6368 against it may be served. Wireless Repair LLC. pal Center close each of the tax Family Res right thereto may on or scribed in such petition "SSNY" shall mail a copy The Articles of Organiza1340 State Route 9 may serve a duly verified ID# 211.13-3-34 2 liens therein described before said date redeem RENTALS LAND COMMERCIALupon PROPERTY tion were filed with theHOME IMPROVEMENTS of any processVACATION to the PROPERTY 12845 pro- RENTALS the attor- Lake George, NY GreeneAPARTMENT Ter Westerly Ac- by a foreclosureHOME the same by paying the answer Department of State of LLC at: PO Box 448 RENTALS (518) 761-6463 ceeding in rem. ney for the Tax District quisition,LLC, Attn: Able amount of all such unTICONDEROGA MT VISTA APTS – Cranberry Lake - 90 REPLACEMENT WINDOWS $189 Schroon Lake – leased Lake landGeorge, theacre Statehunting of New York on NY 12845. NE-6/14,6/28,7/5/2014setting forth in detail New + York,Inc 2Energy bdrm, $594 util averageNature $95. of proceeding: camp, 8 cabins, White double hung, w/camp in excellent cond, 50'Purpose: lakepaid tax liens thereon, Historic Village of Essex, NYthe – May septic, 8, 2014.offThe INSTALLED. office To engage in well, 3TC-50375 nature and amount of Such proceeding is 0.31 acres Vacant comm No smokers. Rental assitance may solar power generator, sand Liability tilt-in. $50.00 rebate on all Energy front, 48' wooden dock, asking including all interest and Space formally occupied by Retail of said Limited any lawfulgrid, act or activity. or her interest and brought ID#avail; 211.13-3-35 4 Horibe must meet eligibility re- against the real penalties and all successful pit, ½ acre pond, wood & propane Star inWindows. Lifetime Warranty. $50K. Call for details 518-495other his deli/bakery/cafe serving Company is located NE-5/10-6/14/2014any defense or objection con Ave Westerly Acqui- property quirements. 518-584-4543 NYS only and is only heat, 55 miles from Lake Placid, Credit 7683 breakfast, lunch & prepared meals legal charges which are Warren County. The cards accepted. Call Rich @ 6TC-46406 to the foreclosure. Such sition,LLC, TDD Relay Attn: ServiceAble 1-800-421one mile off Route 3, $155K, 5181-866-272-7533 take out, 1200 sq w/2 decks, 1 included in the to lien to foreclose the tax liens Secretary of State of Schroon Lake Waterfront Camp must Mountains, be filed in EnergyHandicap New York,Inc 359-9859 1220 Accessible, described Equal lake & Green prop- answer in this peti- against such real overlooks New York has been deson leased land. Screened porch, REAL ESTATE theequip officeincluded, of the County 0.25 acres Com. Vac Lan Housing Opportunity opporand basic tion. No personal judge- erty, computed tosome ignated as agent 32' aluminum dock + more, $37K. Lovely Single Family Home, 3 of the Clerk and orserved upon ID# 211.13-3-37 4 ment will be entered tunity for summer year round including the date of reTiconderoga – new luxury 518-569-6907 Limited bdrm, 1 ½ bath. To trade,Liability swap, Compa1 ACRE OF LAND at ATWOOD attorney for the Greene Ter Westerly Ac- apart802-503-5452 for Tax depay- the herein met, quiet, all no for such taxes or demption. Such business. sell for equal valuenyhome area, process uponin whom Rd., West Chazy, NY, close to District on or before the quisition,LLC, Attn:appliances, Able other STONEY CREEK 50 Acres secludtails. HOUSE FOR SALE ments shall be made to: legal charges or pets/no smoking, references re$129,000. Locatedagainst in beautiful said Company schools, nice location. Please call date above mentioned as ed easy access 1800 ft. black top Energy New York,Inc 21 Bridget Lane Michael R. Swan, Treaany part thereof. quired, 732-433-8594 Edgewater, FL. 518-696-2829 may be served and the 518-493-2478 for more informathe ESTATE last daySALES for redemp- frontage, mountain views, Stoney 0.15 acres Vacant comm Ticonderoga surer, Warren County, REAL Persons affected: This post office addresstion. withCreek, NY $89,900, no interest fiID# 223.-1-5 39 Hickory notice is directed to all Warren County Munici- tion. Out of State Real Estate in the state to which the manufactured home inor a to redeem nancing. 518-696-2829 FARMFARHill Rd Perry William Ed- persons owning, $259,999 State Failure Sebastian, Florida Secretary Beautiful of55+ or hav- pal Center; 1340 Beautiful State shall preferred answer: park near Saratoga. 3 In the event of M666@yahoo.com ward, 8930 Timber Run ing, or claiming to have manufactured home community. Route 9, Lake George, ADIRONDACK “BY OWNER” mail a copy of any probedroom, failure 2 bath.to1redeem car, detached or anCt 13.74 acres Vac an interestThis 3 bedroom, 2 York full bath 4.4 miles to the beach, 2 miles to New 12845. in the real AdkByOwner.com 1000+ photo cess is: United Wireless Ticonderoga – Pad Factory by shed,byperennial garden, swer any person havranch is situated onthe 1+ event acres that garage, w/imprv the riverfront district. Homes startIn such property described in listings of local real estate for Repair LLC, 42 Lincoln the River. Nice 1bdrm, metal to roof. New STONEY CREEK 50 Acres seing New the right redeem across from ID# 236.14-1-21 52 Upper. petition. ing at $39,000. Avenue, 772-581-0080, are Lake paid by asmall per- pond. Suchthe per-streettaxes sale, vacation rentals & timeIncl heat, hot water, garbagethis reGlens Falls, NY windows, a chef's dream kitchen. cluded easy access 1800 ft. or answer, such person George and includes deeded Cross Rd Gifford Sharon www.beach-cove.com. son other than the sons notified moval, coveredRdparking. year are hereby 12801. The purposeshares. of Owners: List with us for Nice screened front porch. Generablack top frontage, mountain lake rights. The detached will be forever barred M, 52 Cross 0.51 1 further record owner of such a duplicate leaseMfg & housing ref required, no pets, thatgarage the LLC is to engage only in $299 per year. Visit ontor set up to run house during views, Stoney Creek, NY has an additional 2 bedPROFESSIONAL SERVICES and foreclosed of all his acres line or call real property, the person this petition has been avail now, $525/mo + $525ofseany and all business acpower outages. I would not inbe $89,900, no interest financing. rooms and 1 bath. Enjoy access or her right, title and 518-891-9919 so paying shall beleaving enti- except for family tragedy filed in the office of the curity. 518-338-7213 tivities permitted under 518-696-2829 FARMFARLake George without the high DIVORCE $349 Uncontested diterest and equity of reEffect of filing: All per- Enforcing to tled to have the taxand liensmoving. Love this place, Officer of the the laws of the State of M666@yahoo.com waterfront. House thereby and vorce papers prepared. Includes demption in and to the sons having or claiming satis- you Tax Districttaxes and ofwill re- affected New York. maybe will described too. Call for your garage are well insulated. poor person application/waives parcel in such to have an interest in the mainaopen for public in- fied of record. Ticonderoga Village – Want personal viewing. 518-260-5175. Woodstove significantly reduces BUILDING AND LOT in Moriah government fees, ifNE-5/24-6/28/2014approved. One real property Town of Lake George ½ acre Last day for redemp- petition and a judgement up to and inground flr apt indescribed a quiet, well spection main6TC-47609 heating costs. Hardwood floors, 1.3+ acres, paved driveway, signature required. Separation in foreclosure may be in this petition are herebuilding lot. Access to Village waof re-George - 2003 custom built cluding the date speci- tion: The last day Lake tained building? This small 1bdrm deck, shed, and private location. town water and sewer. Can be agreements available. Make taken ter. Ideal for build-out basement. by ideal notified the person, filing retired fixed fied below as the last demption is herebyseasonal is for athat single home,by 14'default. x 38' w/glass used for residential and/or $47,000. Will hold mortgage for Divorce Easy - 518-274-0380. Michael R. Swan of this orpetition as the July 18, 2014. for redemption. person even a consticouple. Aptday fea& screened enclosed porch, exc Call 631 974-6253 for showing. commercial, Asking $45,000. qualified buyer, 20% down. 518WARRENCamp, COUNTY tutes gas thefireplace, commenceService of answer: Ev- Ledgeview Right of redemption: tures moden kitchen cond. Highway 518-546-3568 CLEAN UP 668-0179 or 518-321-3347 TREASURER ment by the Taxnew District anyAsking $65K. 518-964-1377 & appliances, carpet, Any freshperson having or ery person having149. of a proceeding in & thecoin claiming MOBILE HOMEright, RENTALS title or interest in, Martin D. Auffredou, to have an inpaint, large yard area operEsq. courtlaundry. specified in the Lovely Single Family Home, 3 ated No Pets. Security re- in any such real or lien upon any parcel terest PROFESSIONAL PRESSURE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Rental Trailer bdrm, 1 ½ bath. To trade, swap, caption $485/mo. above to + foreTROUT STREAM BARGAIN quired. utilities.property 518of real Rental property de- Warren County Municiand the WASHING legal– Seasonal – Enjoy the Adks this summer sell for equal value home in area, pal 9N, Center close each of the tax 5.4 acres, $49,900. Was 585-3336 or 518-586-6477. Painting & Staning, Houses, Log right thereto may on or scribed in such petition 2354 Route Lake George, NY through hunting season. Trailer on $129,000. Located in beautiful 1340 State Route 9 liens therein described $199,900. Bank ordered sale. Cabins, Decks, Walks, Fences, before said date redeem may serve a duly verified Warrensburg – 4 bdrm, yard, W/D 3 acres, down Woods Road, MinEdgewater, FL. 518-696-2829 by a foreclosure pro- the same by paying the answer upon the attor- Lake George, NY 12845 Beautiful Bethel NY. Near etc. Schroon Lake & Surroundhook-up, $900/mo + security & erva/Olmsteadville, $550/mo. 518ceeding in rem. Woodstock site. 85 miles from ing areas. Free Estimates. Call amount of all such un- ney for the Tax District (518) 761-6463 utilities. 201-819-7035 251-5707 leave message Nature of proceeding: Manhattan. Assorted hardLarry 518-532-0118. setting forth in detail the NE-6/14,6/28,7/5/2014paid tax liens thereon, PARADOX HOME FOR SALE By woods, approved building site, Such proceeding is including all interest and nature and amount of 3TC-50375 HOME RENTALS Schroon Lake, 2 his bdrm/2 bath, Owner, Schroon Lake School underground utilities, across brought against the real penalties and or her interest and MLS # 201334029 all other HOME IMPROVEMENTS incl which lawn mowing, District, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fulfrom lake, walk to Performing HOME FOR RENT defense &or objection legal2charges are anygarbage property only and STONY is only CREEK Enjoy the pleasure of owning a snow removal, ly renovated, 2 garages, shed, Arts Center, financing. Call bedrooms, large included living to the setting. foreclosure. year Sucharound family business in the in the lien country to foreclose 1thebath, tax liens Call for info 518-532-9538 or large fire place, $149,900. No 877-836-1820. room, eat ininthis kitchen, in against such real prop- answer must be filed described peti- laundry Adirondacks close to LG Village. 518-796-1865 owner terms. See forsalebyFREE HEAT & HOT WATER. hookup, car garage on 1 erty, acre. computed the office of the County to and tion. No 2personal judgeCall Ildiko McPhilmy, Purdy Realowner.com Listing ID# Eliminate monthly heating bills $750/mo month security. upon including the date of re- Clerk and served ty, ment willplus be 1 entered LLC., 518-253-2295 cell0 23972428. MOBILE HOME with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURReferences required, Call evenings VACATION PROPERTY RENTALS herein for such taxes or demption. Such pay- the attorney for the Tax NACE From Central Boiler. Ver696-4406 Port the Henry Duplex Apartment other legal charges or ments shall be made to: District on or before mont Heating Alternatives 802OCEAN Building, completely renoved, exLovely 3 R. date above Best mentioned as Michael Swan,CITY, Trea- MARYLAND. TREE SERVICES any part Single thereof.Family Home, 343-7900 selectionCounty, of affordable cellent rental history, some owner bdrm, 1 ½affected: bath. ToThis trade, surer, swap, Warren the rentals. last dayFull/ for redempPersons partial weeks. Call for FREE financing avail, $69K. 518-546sell for equal value home in area, Tree Work Professional Climber notice is directed to all Warren County Munici- tion. brochure. HolidaytoReal 8247or $129,000.owning, Located in beautiful Handy Andy Home Repair & Reno- w/decades of experience w/anyFailure redeem pal Center; 1340 Open State daily. persons or havEstate. 1-800-638-2102. Online Edgewater, FL. 518-696-2829 vations Inside & out from a new thing from difficult removals to answer: In the event of Route 9, Lake George, ing, or claiming to have LAND reservations: www.holidayoc.com bath to a new kitchen, roof repair tasteful selected pruning. Fully New failure to redeem or anan interest in thehome, real very Moriah – lakeview pri-York 12845. or replacement, decks, windows, equpped & insured. Michael COME VISIT OUR In the event that such swer by any person havproperty described in fireplace, vate, 7.3 acres, 4 bdrms, Brant Lake 9.1 acre building lot doors & more! Very reasonable Emelianoff 518-251-3936 NEW MODELS by a pering the right to redeem this petition. Suchcovered per- taxes beautiful views, patio, are paid Out of State Real Estate for sale by owner, Harris Road, rates, prompt free estimates, 35 Modular, Mobile Homes & or answer, such person sonre- otherDelaware's than the Resort sons are hereby avail 7/1, securitynotified & references Living $63K. 518-494-3174 years' experience call 518-623DoubleWides. will be Low forever barred record owner of such further that a duplicate quied. 518-597-3270. Without Resort Pricing! 2967 No Pressure Staff. and foreclosed of all his real property, the person of this petition has been Taxes! Gated Community, Crown Point Land – 53 Peasley Port Henry – Rent To Own, 3sobed600 RT.7 Pittsford VT 05763 paying Close shall be enti- or her right, title and filed in the office of the to Beaches, HAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFTED Rd.in-Property offers 3.5 acres on room, 2 bath, $825/mo. factorydirecthomesofvt.com terestOlympic and equity of retled to haveAmazing the tax liens Enforcing Officer of the 518-572Amenities, OR SETTLED? Contact Woodford Putnam Creek w/600' of road 8800. 1-877-999-2555 7 days 9-4 demptionfrom in and to the Tax District and will re- affected thereby Pool. satisNew Homes Brothers Inc, for straightening, frontage, a 50' x 30' 2 story fram described inbarn suchw/elec & oil heat. Zones resimain open for public in- fied of record. $80's! Brochuresparcel available leveling, foundation and wood or for redemp- petition and a judgement spection up to and in- Last day 1-866-629-0770 dential. Can be converted or build frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN. Park Model, 1986. Ledgeview www.coolbranch.com. day of re- in foreclosure may cluding the date speci- tion: The last www.woodfordbros.com. "Not new.beBeautiful spot & minutes to Camp, Highway 149, 5 Pine Breeze fied below as the last demption is hereby fixed taken by default. the Northway or Ticonderoga, applicable in Queens county" Trail, $49,500. Come see, it's realMichael Swan $65K. Purdy Realty, LLC 338-1117 as the JulyWARM 18, 2014.WEATHER day for redemption. IS R.YEAR ly neat! New in 2012: roof, siding, ROUND In EvAruba.WARREN The water is COUNTY of answer: Call Frank Villanova 878-4275 Cell Right of it away redemption: bedroom, deck & shed! 518-636Don’t throw those unwanted Service items. Promote them in the “For Sale” in theperson safe,having and the is fantastic. TREASURER anydining MAXIM OUTDOOR WOOD PELAny person having orsectionery 3429 or 352-428-8767 Classifieds. You’ll turn your trash into cash! Crown Point, 600' + on Putts Walk out to the beach. 3-Bedroom Martin D. Auffredou, LET FURNACE by Central Boiler. right, title or interest in, claiming to have an inCreek, 2.78 acres, 20' x 32' liveThurman, NY - 10' x 50', 2 bdrm Our operators standing weeks Clean, safe, & thermostatically Esq. 8. $3500. or lien upon anyavailable. parcel Sleeps terest in anyaresuch realby! Call... able building. Fix up or tear down mobile home, peak roof, fridge & for Municicontrolled. Boivin Farm Supply propertycarolaction@aol.com de- Warren County property and the legal of real Email: Call 1-800-989-4237 & rebuild, $30K FIRM, quick sale. stove incl., you move, $1000 OBO. 802-475-4007 pal Center suchinformation. petition right thereto may on or scribed inmore 518-623-3730. 1340 State Route 9518-354-7167 before said date redeem may serve a duly verified Lake George, the A attorthe same by paying the answer uponNeed Dependable Car? NY 12845 “We’re more newspaper, ney for the Check Tax District (518) 761-6463 amount of all than sucha unOut The Classifieds. We’re a community service.” setting forth in detail the NE-6/14,6/28,7/5/2014paid tax liens thereon, 1-518-873-6368 Ext. 201 amount of 3TC-50375 includingwww.denpubs.com all interest and nature and Call penalties and all other his or her interest and legal charges which are any defense or objection included in the lien to the foreclosure. Such against such real prop- answer must be filed in the office of the County erty, computed to and including the date of re- Clerk and served upon demption. Such pay- the attorney for the Tax ments shall be made to: District on or before the Michael R. Swan, Trea- date above mentioned as surer, Warren County, the last day for redempWarren County Munici- tion. pal Center; 1340 State Failure to redeem or answer: In the event of Route 9, Lake George, failure to redeem or anNew York 12845. swer by any person havIn the event that such taxes are paid by a per- ing the right to redeem son other than the or answer, such person will be forever barred record owner of such and foreclosed of all his real property, the person so paying shall be enti- or her right, title and intled to have the tax liens terest and equity of reaffected thereby satis- demption in and to the parcel described in such fied of record.

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