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ELIZABETHTOWN | In his State of the State and Executive Budget address last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined several measures to small business cut taxes. “The state now enjoys its lowest corporate income tax rate since 1967 at 6.5 percent,” his budget plan says.

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ELIZABETHTOWN | New town supervisors were seated and veteran supervisors pledged bipartisan cooperation as the Essex County Board of Supervisors prepared for 2020. A point of honor, they said, was that if supervisors get in a squabble it’s because they have differing views of what’s best for their towns, not because they fall on opposite partisan lines. “I don’t take strong feelings as a negative,” said Shaun Gillilland, who was re-elected chair for the 2020 term. “We all feel strongly about our towns.” But the partisan grudges that have so rankled Washington D.C., and the country at large, does not rear its ugly head at the county level. “When we disagree we disagree, and then we go have lunch,” Gillilland said. “There’s no Democrat (versus) Republican, there’s just the right

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thing to do for the people of Essex County.” “This is a very good group that has historically worked well together; that’s the way it ought to be,” said Assemblyman Dan Stec, who attended the ceremonies and spoke about the upcoming legislative session in Albany. Stec said it will be a challenging year financially, as the state seeks to close a $6 billion budget gap. That doesn’t mean there will be no new money for localities, but the budget gap may make it more difficult to obtain, he said. In recalling the challenges of the past year, Gillilland mentioned the Halloween Day storm, a new program to support local ambulance companies and the Upper Jay ice jam, where the county was able to spare downstream communities from flooding by digging a channel through the ice for water to escape. Essex County, he said, has historically risen to the needs of the times, from wars and the Depression to 19th

century industry to the Blue Line and construction of the Northway. “We have a big legacy and we are taking on some fantastic challenges,” he said. “We always come ahead and we always come out successfully.” In the coming year, Gillilland said he wants the board to work on fi nancial plans for county facilities and optimizing the delivery of county services. In his remarks, the chairman also took a moment to remember the legacy of the late Randy Preston, who left outsized shoes to fi ll on the board. “His successes in the job are still being carried forward,” Gillilland said. The board also elected Lewis supervisor James Monty as vice chair, and welcomed newly elected supervisors to the board, including Clayton Barber of Chesterfield, Jay Rand of North Elba, Roy Holzer of Wilmington, Davina Winemiller of St. Armand, Ken Hughes of Essex, and Jeff rey Subra of Schroon. ■

Generous Acts grants available By Tim Rowland STAFF WRITER

LAKE PLACID | The Adirondack Foundation, a Lake Placid organization whose mission is to enhance the lives of people in the Adirondacks through philanthropy, has opened applications for the 2020 Generous Acts grants. Grants typically fund programs that improve a community’s health, economy or education. The application is available online until 5 p.m., on Feb. 3. Last year, Generous Acts funded 71 applications for a total of $200,000 in grants. This year, the foundation expects to award $300,000. In addition, the Adirondack Foundation shares applications with other donors, who can step in and

NEW YORK STATE North Country REDC wins $67.9 million for projects » pg. 2 Grants fund utilities, economy, recreation in Southern Essex

make awards on their own. “Generous Acts is a growing resource that positions us to respond to pressing community needs, identify trends, connect disparate programs with each other, and share information about funding opportunities within our network of supporters,” Foundation President and CEO Cali Brooks said in a statement. “Simply put, it is one of our most exciting areas of growth and opportunity in granting and giving.” Generous Acts grant applications can be submitted through the foundation’s online grants manager, adirondackfoundation. org/online-grants-manager. Requests up to $20,000 will be considered. The Foundation will fund operations or specific programs/ projects, but does not typically fund large capital campaigns, tuition assistance, or re-granting programs, and welcomes applications in these priority areas: See GENEROUS ACTS GRANTS » pg. 5

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ELIZABETHTOWN | In its ninth year, the state Regional Economic Development Council initiative awarded $761 million for economic development, infrastructure and community projects statewide. The North Country REDC won $67.9 million of that sum for 83 projects across seven northern counties, from the St. Lawrence River into Hamilton County and along the length of Lake Champlain to Ticonderoga. The North Country’s council gained new leadership in 2019. Co-chairmen James B. McKenna, president and CEO of the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism in Lake Placid, and Ty Stone, president of Jefferson Community College in Watertown, recalibrated REDC work groups

into five sectors: Placemaking, Workforce Development, Tradeable Sectors, Innovation and Environmental Justice. And last fall, the North Country REDC tied economic growth directly to core community needs, such as housing, transportation, agriculture and child care. “As we work to address the creation of additional jobs and to fill existing positions, it has become clear that being able to offer vibrant communities to live in with affordable, quality housing options, reliable transportation and safe, affordable childcare options are the keys to engaging more people in the workforce,” the council’s report said. “Creating an environment where these things are readily available and making our communities places where people want to live is our goal...And if we create communities where people want to live, they will also be communities that people will want to visit. Prosperity all around is the end result.” Fl REDC GER The North Country also evaluated success rates. AKES Going back eight years, they found the average annual wage for all industries in 2018 was $43,617, an increase of 18.3 percent,

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representing an annual increaseMOHAWK of approxi- Council since 2011, the council found that CENTRA mately $6,751 since 2011, according to data 70 projects (70 percent) are complete or on VALLEY schedule; 10 percent are progressing more from the New York Department of Labor. EWYORK CAPITAL Of the 99 priority projects funded, exclud- slowly than planned; one project has yet to RandGION be executed; 18 projects (18 percent) were ing Excelsior projects, through the North canceled or funding was declined. ■ Country Regional Economic Development

HERE ARE HIGHLIGHTS OF SOME LOCAL PROJECTS THAT WON NORTH COUNTRY REDC FUNDING FOR 2020:

-$250,000 for Ward Lumber Worker Cooperative, Inc. Set as a priority project for 2020, the cooperative would help employees to purchase the assets of Ward Lumber, Inc., including real estate, machinery, equipment, furniture and fixtures, to preserve operations in Jay and Malone. The investment will establish a worker-owned cooperative business through succession thereby avoiding liquidation and closure of a longtime community establishment. - $1 million. A Priority Project for 2020, funds would support the effort by Play ADK to renovate an industrial warehouse in downtown Saranac Lake and build a

children’s museum/family resource center. - $145,000 for Pendragon Museum to repurpose the 56 Woodruff St. site and build a state-of-the-art theater. - $1,151,281 to Newcomb to design and build a historical museum and center. The museum/center will include exhibits showcasing local industrial and cultural heritage, provide educational activities, host community events, serve as a hub for outdoor recreational opportunities in the central Adirondacks, and attract visitors to support businesses in the Five Towns Upper Hudson Among approved North Country Regional Economic Development Council projects, the Ward Lumber Worker Cooperative Inc. would purchase assets of Ward Lumber Inc., including real estate, machinery, equipment, furniture and fi xtures, to preserve operations and retain numerous jobs in Jay and Malone. The state investment would help establish a worker-owned cooperative business through succession, thereby avoiding liquidation and closure of a longtime community establishment. Photo/NCREDC

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TICONDEROGA | Southern Essex County received a thick slab of state funding from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2019 Regional Economic Development Council grants, led by help for ongoing public works projects in Ticonderoga and Port Henry. Ticonderoga received a $5 million grant that will refurbish — both below ground and above — the principle corridor linking the downtown with Lake George. The primary goal is to end storm-related overflows of sewage that has not been fully treated into the La Chute River, which flows into Lake Champlain. Along with new utility lines, the project will also make The Portage street more attractive and durable. The Ticonderoga golf course also received a $250,000 grant to help rebuild its clubhouse, which burned in the spring of 2018. Grant funds will be used for Phase 2, which includes the replacement of the public restaurant, special event space, and the furniture, fixtures, and equipment that will make the facility accessible to the public, as well as increase visitation. And the Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance received $20,000 to create feasibility studies for pivotal buildings in Downtown Ticonderoga. In Moriah, the state provided $750,000 to address the deteriorating condition of the public sewer and water system in a low to moderate income residential neighborhood. Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava said the work will include sewer and water lines along the dead-end streets off of College Street, including First, Second, Third, Oak and Ridge lanes. The town hopes the project will go to bid by the fall. “For the doomsayers who said that we’d never get any grant money after the town dissolved, that’s not too bad,” the supervisor said. Moriah will also receive $300,000 to improve handicapped access to its Town Hall, a historic building that was built as corporate offices for the iron-mining industry — more than a century before the Americans with Disabilities Act. Scozzafava said the money will be used primarily for wheelchair accessibility to the building and accessible bathrooms. The modifications are much needed, he said, but cautioned that “$300,000 in today’s world doesn’t go

The Ticonderoga Golf Course received $250,000 to help rebuild its clubhouse, which was lost to fire in 2018..

very far on a historical building. So we’re not going to get the place fully renovated.” Also receiving a sizable grant was the town of Newcomb, which will build a museum and visitor center on a scenic venue that overlooks the High Peaks from the south. The $1.2 million grant will supply the lion’s share of the funding for the facility, which will also be used as a community and regional meeting center. And finally, the Town of Crown Point will receive $30,000 to complete an engineering report that examines treatment options to meet new phosphorus and ammonia limits at its new wastewater treatment facility. ■

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Fort continues “Living History Events” Focus on 1777-era tools By Laurel Carroll STAFF WRITER

TICONDEROGA | Fort Ticonderoga’s Living History series promises to banish the blues by exploring what life was like in 18th-century Revolutionary War America during its merciless winter months. Unlike the slumbering bears and woodchucks, there was no time for hibernation for our founding fathers: The fort’s inhabitants were abuzz building new barracks

Standing with the winners are (left to right) Elks District Vice Present Margie Hurlburt, State President Brian Greene, Lodge Hoop Shoot Coordinator Mike Shaw, State Youth Activities Chairman David Gloud, District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Kyle Gordon, Past Grand Exalted Ruler David R. Carr, Past First Lady Penny Carr and Past Special Deputy and Lodge Secretary Stella Kolysko.

and cannon carriages and reinforcing fortifications in preparation for the next campaign. This one-day event, taking place on Saturday, Jan. 18, will include guided tours, weapons demonstrations and interactive programs, and display some of the actual tools used by the fort’s inhabitants, pulled from its now-bucolic landscape. This series will continue through April, and will offer other living history events, seminars, programs and hands-on workshops. Fort Ticonderoga is located at 102 Fort Ti Rd. For more information on scheduled events and costs, call 518-585-2821, or visit online: fortticonderoga.org. ■

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TICONDEROGA | The Elks North District Hoop Shoot was recently held at the Ticonderoga High School Gym. Prizes were awarded and luncheon served at Ticonderoga Elks Lodge 1494 following the event. In the 8- to 9-year-old girls category, fi rst place went to Clara Mitchell, second place to Ariya Eggleston. In the 10- to 11-year-old girls category, first place went to Delaney Lamphear, second place

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Nonprofit organizations, schools, and municipalities serving the people of the Adirondack region, defined for this purpose as all of Clinton, Essex, Franklin and Hamilton counties as well as the parts of Herkimer, St. Lawrence, Warren and Washington counties within the Adirondack Park boundary, are eligible to apply. Projects are evaluated for their alignment with Adirondack Foundation’s priority program areas, overall effectiveness, articulation of needs being served, and capacity of the applicant to carry out the work. With the inclusion of other donors, the foundation anticipates awarding as much as $500,000 in grants through Generous Acts this year. Hudson Headwaters Health Foundation, for instance, will review

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TICONDEROGA | In this installment of their Winter Workshop Series, Fort Ticonderoga will present “1777: British Canada Army Coats,” an examination of what necessitated a modification in the design and construction of the British Army’s iconic red coat (blame it on privateer John Paul Jones). Saratoga National Battlefield historian and author Eric Schnitzer will be on hand to share his expertise on this aspect of the Revolutionary War as participants make their own red coats, with all materials needed—coat cloth and lining and lace and buttons—provided. Participants will be guided through this project during the workshop, and leave with instructions for finishing up at home. This will take place over two days: Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 25-26, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fee will include lunch for both days as well as the uniform kits. Pre-registration is required. Contact Gibb Zea at jzea@fort-ticonderoga.org or call 518-585-6190 for more detailed information. ■

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also spot “irruptives,” such as red crossbills (who have already arrived), common and hoary redpolls and pine siskins, due to this year’s abundance of food. Following Saturday’s round of birding Joan will present a talk on “Current and Projected Effects of Climate Change on Boreal Habitats and Birds of the Adirondacks” at the Long Lake Town Hall at 4 p.m. These events are free, but pre-registration is required. To register, and for more information, call 518-624-3077, or visit mylonglake. com/winter-birding. Meet at 7:00 a.m. (both days) at the Adirondack Hotel in Long Lake (Route 30). ■

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SPECIFICALLY, THE EXECUTIVE BUDGET WANTS TO: -- Reduce tax rates for companies with less than 100 employees and less than $390,000 in income from 6.5 percent to 4 percent, a measure that would affect an estimated 36,000 taxpayers. -- Triple the current Income Exclusion for farmers and sole proprietors: Current tax law allows sole proprietors and farmers who file under the Personal Income Tax and have less than $250,000 in net business income or net farm income to reduce their Adjusted Gross Income by five percent of such income. The Governor proposes to triple this benefit. -- Make the Investment Tax Credit Refundable for Farmers: Current law allows Investment Tax Credit (ITC) refunds only for new businesses. Cuomo’s new plan would make the ITC refundable for taxpayers whose primary source of income is from farming operations. -- Repeal the penalty on small businesses for underpayment of estimated taxes: New York S corporations currently have to make estimated tax payments if they believe their tax will exceed $1,000 and are subject to an “underpayment of tax” penalty. Out of 400,000 New York S corporations, only 15,000 are required to make these payments. Cuomo’s plan would eliminate this penalty. -- Cut middle class taxes: 2020 is the third year of Cuomo’s multi-year tax cuts, enacted in 2016. Income tax rates will drop from 6.85 percent to 6.09 percent for taxpayers in the $40,000 to $150,000 income bracket; and to 6.41 percent for the $150,000 to $300,000 “C THE WORLD!”

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Small business tax cuts drew hearty praise from the National Federation of Independent Business, a non-profit association with more than 10,000 members in New York. State Director Greg Biryla said “The governor’s proposal to reduce the tax rate from 6.5 percent to 4 percent for qualified small businesses and expand existing tax exemptions for sole proprietors and small farms will create homegrown economic expansion.” NFIB has long advocated for small business tax relief, and now is the time to deliver, he said. At the New York Farm Bureau, President David Fisher pointed to challenges ahead as farm families look to rebound following years of low commodity prices, extreme weather events, trade barriers and mounting regulations. “Fortunately, Governor Cuomo is proposing significant tax cuts in his State of the State that are priorities of New York Farm Bureau,” Fisher said. “These include tripling the Current Income Exclusion for farmers who fi le under the personal income tax... (and making) the Investment Tax Credit refundable for taxpayers whose primary source of income is from farming operations.” ■

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Elizabeth Jean Abare 1939 - 2020

MINEVILLE | Elizabeth Jean Abare of Mineville, N.Y., passed away on Sunday, January 5th, at Elderwood in Ticonderoga after a lengthy illness. Betty was born on November 23, 1939, in Witherbee, N.Y., to the late Augustin and Rose (Pugliese) Fernandez. Betty grew up in Witherbee and graduated from Mineville High School. In 1961 she married Dr. Harold Abare and together they worked at his optometry practice in Port Henry. Betty was well-known for her cooking. She hosted family holidays for many years. Betty was also an avid reader, pinochle player, and loved to sing. Betty loved animals, especially her last dog and companion, Oliver. Betty was predeceased by her husband, Dr. Harold Abare, and her brother, John Mascarenas Sr. She is survived by her sisters Carmen Lindberg of Appleton, Wis., and Juanita Abell of Port Henry, N.Y. Betty had a very special relationship with her many nieces and nephews, who will miss her very much. As per Betty’s wishes there will be no services. Burial will be in the spring in St. Patrick’s Cemetery. ■

Betty Jean Davis 1930 - 2020

T I CO N D E RO G A | Betty Jean “B.J.” Davis, 89, of Ticonderoga passed away on Friday, January 10, 2020, at Elderwood of Ticonderoga. Born in Ticonderoga, April 7, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Charles F. and Mary E. (Hingston) Norton. B.J. was a resident of Ticonderoga for most of her life. Through the years, she was involved as a fundraiser and supporter of many local organizations, including St. Mary’s School, B.P.W., Ticonderoga Festival Guild, Moses-Ludington Hospital, Ticonderoga Kiwanis Club, and Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce. She worked for many years with her husband, Graham Davis, in his home maintenance business. She was predeceased by her husband, Graham Davis, on October 2, 1993. Survivors include her four children, Lewis R. Launderville of Ivor, Va.; Glen R. Davis of Ithaca, N.Y.; Starr R. Pelerin of Ticonderoga; and Indie Cooper-Guzman of South River, N.J.; one step-son, Jim Davis of Ticonderoga; and two sisters, Rosalie Nichols of Ballston Spa and Shirley Norton

of Albany. She is also survived by many grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated in the spring at St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Ticonderoga. The Rite of Committal will follow at the family plot of St. Mary’s Parish Cemetery of Ticonderoga. Arrangements are under the direction of the Wilcox & Regan Funeral Home of Ticonderoga. To offer online condolences, please visit wilcoxandreganfuneralhome.com. B.J.’s family would like to extend sincere appreciation to the entire staff of Elderwood at Ticonderoga-Adirondack Unit and High Peaks Hospice. In lieu of flowers, donations in B.J.’s memory may be made to High Peaks Hospice, P.O. Box 205, Mineville, NY 12956. ■

Anita Rose Masten 1930 - 2020

HAGUE | A n it a Rose Masten, 89, of Hague, and formerly of Norwalk, Conn., passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the Glens Falls Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on July 19, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Lucio V. and Concetta V. (Presti) Ramagli. Mrs. Masten was employed a s a n Instructional Aide at West Rocks Middle School of Norwalk, Conn., for over 17 years, until her retirement in 1991. Anita and Wes vacationed in Hague every year beginning in 1950, before becoming permanent residents in 1994. Anita was very active in the community. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church (both in Ticonderoga and Norwalk), the Hague Senior Citizens Club, the Hague Historical Society, the Carillon Garden Club, a Fort Ticonderoga Volunteer, a member of the Ticonderoga Elks Club, and a Negotiations and Grievance Co-chairperson for the Norwalk Federation of Educational Personnel. Survivors include her husband of 72 years, Wesley E. Masten. She and Wesley were childhood sweethearts, having met in their church youth group when they were 13 years old. She is also survived by two daughters: Deborah A. Michela and her husband, Joseph, of New York, and Tammy M. Andrew and her husband, Keith, of Pennsylvania; one brother: Richard J. Ramagli and his wife, Pamela, of Connecticut; one sister: Doris S. Wright of Michigan; two grandsons: Jason P. Poland (Sara) of Vermont and Michael J. Michela (Christina) of New York; two granddaughters: Katherine E. Sitsis (Yanni) of Nevada and Emily E. Frank (Jake Austin) of Pennsylvania; and several beloved nieces and nephews.

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JAN. 19

Carnival held at Mt. Sabattis Pavilion; 12:00 PM. Activities include: Ice Sculptures, Snowmobile Parade, Cardboard Box Race, Ladies’ Frying Pan Toss, Fireworks, Bonfire and more! Hague » Movie Night “Abominable,” 2019 held at Lakeside Regional Church; 6:30 PM. Come join us at the Hague Church Fellowship Hall as we have a movie night! Popcorn and drinks will be available.

and Fireworks Display held at Gore Mountain Ski Resort; Join us on the sundeck at dusk for an amazing fireworks display and torch run, illuminating the base area! Snacks and drinks available. Newcomb » Film - H is for Hawk: A New Chapter held at Adirondack Interpretive Center; 1:30 PM. Delve deeper into the world of Helen Macdonald’s bestselling book, H is for Hawk, as she follows a goshawk family in the wild while raising and training a new goshawk of her own. This event is free.

Long Lake » Long Lake Winter

JAN. 18 - JAN. 19

Newcomb » Camp Santanoni

Winter Weekend held at Camp Santanoni Historic Area; Crosscountry skiers and snowshoers will be able to visit both the Gate Lodge and Main Lodge of Camp Santanoni, view displays about the great camp and take interpretive tours with Adirondack Architectural Heritage. Info: 518-834-9328

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Movie Night “Abominable,” 2019 held at Lakeside Regional Church, Hague

North Creek » Torchlight Parade

JAN. 20

Silver Bay » Silver Bay Winter

Program: Free Fitness Center Open Hours held at Silver Bay YMCA; 8:30 AM. The Fitness Center is free to all, for the winter months, Mon, Wed. and Fri. through February. No membership required.

JAN. 21

Long Lake » 54th Annual Ecumenical Service Lunch held t:C UI I re r II Ccl l ::,e 1v ice and cl at St. 12:00 PM. at St. Henry’s Henry's Church; Chur Sponsored Spo nso red by by the Catholic Daughters. Daught e rs. Pastor Nina Dickinson Dickin so of the Methodist Meth oc Churches in in Long Lor Lake, Blue Mountain Lake MOL and one Indian Lake is the speaker. A is 1 soup lunch will SC follow. All are fc invited. ir

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JAN. 23

Warrensburg » Medicare Seminar held at The Richards Library; 5:30 PM. Want to know more about Medicare? CDPHP Rep. Jody Leavens will be available to answer your questions at the Richards Library’s Community Event Room. This is a FREE event and the public is invited to attend.

JAN. 24

Chestertown » Social Knitting held at Chestertown Town Hall; 12:00 PM. Social Knitting in the Meeting Room of Chestertown Town Hall.

JAN. 25

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JAN. 27

North Creek » North Country

Singers Rehearsals held at Johnsburg Central School; 7:00 PM. The North Country Singers under the direction of Denise Conti will resume rehearsals to prepare for their spring concert.

JAN. 28

Indian Lake » Indian Lake Writers

Group held at Indian Lake Public Library; 10:30 AM. Beginners are encouraged to join, but we welcome anyone interested in writing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, essays, etc. Writers are encouraged to bring something they are working on to share with your fellow writers.

Raquette Lake » Mike Norris

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and Caregiving Workshop held at Indian Lake Public Library; 1:00 PM. This workshop will discuss the difficulties of family dynamics while caregiving for someone with memory loss. Participants will learn strategies to help them thrive as a caregiver. Free and open to the public.

Fishing Derby held at Raquette Lake Fire Hall; 6:00 AM. Registration begins at 6:00 a.m. Fish for lake trout, brook trout, perch, and salmon. Cash prizes and plaques for winners. Hot chocolate and snacks provided throughout the day.

Long Lake » Winter Birding Weekend in Long Lake held at Long Lake Town Hall; 8:00 AM. Join Local Birding Expert and Guide Joan Collins from Adirondack Avian Expeditions for two days of birding tours and an afternoon presentation. The Central Adirondacks is the place to spot Common Redpolls, Red Crossbills, and Pine Siskins.

JAN. 26

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Fever FUNdays - Tumbling for Kids! held at Adirondack Experience; 11:30 AM. This FREE program is geared toward elementary-age children, but all ages are welcome. Activities will be held on campus and snacks will be provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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FEB. 2

Newcomb » Film - Leave it to Beavers held at Adirondack Interpretive Center; 1:30 PM. This is the fascinating story of North American beavers - history, near extinction, and comeback. Beavers may play a large role in offsetting the impact of global climate change. This free event is part of the AIC Winter Film Series.

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Warrensburg » The Farm Talks

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Lake George » Lake George Winter Carnival held at Shepard Park; Every Saturday and Sunday in February, winter enthusiasts flock to Lake George Village to watch, support, and participate in the cook-offs, races, tournaments, games and other activities on the ice and around the village.

Tannery Pond Center presents a Dance Party with DJ David Sommerstein from NCPR’s Beat Authority. Great grooves worldwide! FREE admission – suggested donation $5. More info: tannerypondcenter.org or (518) 251-2505 x 128. 236759

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Blaise, Madill headline All State football selections

Breyette was a first team CVAC all star on both sides of the ball as the anchor for the Chiefs in the trenches. Saranac Lake lineman Patrick Alberga was named to the Class C second team as a defensive lineman. Dominating on both sides of the ball this season for the Red Storm, Alberga was a first team member on both sides of the ball and was named the CVAC lineman of the year. Moriah defensive back Braden Swan was named to the Class D second team on defense. The Viking senior helped to lead the Viking secondary as a CVAC first team safety. Swan also played a key role on offense, playing at each skill position throughout the Vikings playoff run.

VIKINGS defeat HARRISVILLE

Bryce Sprague and Braden Swan each scored 18 points as the third ranked Moriah Vikings (NYSSWA Class C) upped their record to 12-1 with a 54-50 win over Harrisville Jan. 11. Rowan Swan had three points and eight rebounds in the win, while Maddox Blaise and Will Rohrer each scored six and Mike Rollins added three.

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Strong defense at the start of both halves was the key to Crown Point’s 77-30 win over JohnsburgM i ner v a Ja n. 13 , a s Co dy Crammond led the Panthers with 22 points. Thomas Woods added 12, while Cameron Harrington scored 10, Noah Spaulding nine, Anthony Greenan six, Ross Thomas five, Tristan Carey five, Dylan Sours four, Gavin Sours two and Holden Palmer two.

3 SENTINELS edge INDIANS B r o c k Huestis scored 13 points to lead all scorers in Ticonderoga’s 35-32 win over Peru Jan. 9. Conall Tierney added eight points, while Monty Benedict added four, Braden Perry three, Connor Yaw three, Terrence Benedict two and Brayton Molina two.

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Noel Williams scored 14 points while Moriah got 10 points each from Gwen Eichen and Sage Baker in a 46-25 win over rival Ticonderoga Friday. Kennady Allen added five points for the Vikings, with Zoe Olcott scoring four and Alexis Snyder three. Kaelyn Rice had 11 points for the Sentinels, while Kennedy Davis scored six, Cassidy Mattison three, Molly Price two, Jade Charboneau two and Sophia Dorsett one.

5 PANTHERS fall to EAGLES Madison Munson scored 21 points for the Crown Point varsity girls basketball team, but it was the Bolton Eagles who jumped out to an early lead en route to a 49-29 victory over the Panthers Jan. 7. Eleanor Harmon added five points for the Panthers, while Sarah McIntosh scored two and Gabrielle Mazzotte one.

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Ticonderoga’s Lizzie Rich won the shot put at the Jan. 9 indoor track meet at Plattsburgh State Field House, while Moriah/Boquet Valley’s Sophia McKiernan was first in the 600, The Moriah/Boquet Valley team of Denali Garnica, Cole Simmer, Emery Tausinger and Brayden Peters fi rst in the 3,200 relay and Logan Van Buren first in the 3,200.

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Adrianna Borho and Mikayla Huestis both rolled high games of 205 in Ticonderoga’s 4-0 loss against Peru Jan. 13, both reaching a personal best score. Huestis also recorded a personal best series of 530.

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PORT HENRY | The state fi nalist Moriah Viking varsity football team had a pair of players named to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s Class D All State first team for 2019. A total of eight players were named to all state teams from Section VII, led by a trio of Vikings and pair of Beekmantown Eagles.

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Moriah junior running back Maddox Blaise was named to the first team in Class D, and was among the players in the hunt for a player of the year award that was eventually split by ClymerSherman-Panama teammates Garrett Hinsdale and Cameron Barmore. Blaise was the first back in

Section VII history to rush for over 2,000 yards in a season, finishing in the top 10 in New York State with 2,227 yards and 21 touchdowns. His 305 yards, five touchdown performance in the state semifinal game led the Vikings to their second straight Class D title game. Moriah senior lineman Myles Madill was also named to the Class D fi rst team as a defensive lineman. Madill played both sides of the ball this season, earning praise from head coach Don Tesar and first team CVAC honors on the offensive line. He returned to the all state list after having been named as an honorable mention member last season.

SECOND TEAM

Saranac lineman Casey Breyette was named to the Class C second team as an offensive lineman. A third team defensive lineman last season,

FIFTH TEAM

Peru skill player Austin Carpenter was named to the Class B second team as a defensive back. An honorable mention all state performer last season, Carpenter used his speed and skill as a CVAC first team receiver and return specialist along with a second team award at safety.

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Beekmantown’s Connor Mcginnis was also named to the Class B honorable mention team as a linebacker. The Eagle senior was a CVAC first team inside linebacker and fullback for Beekmantown, helping to anchor the sectional champion’s defensive unit. Beekmantown’s Kaden Myers was named to the Class B honorable mention team as a running back. The Beekmantown senior was named to the CVAC first team as a running back and outside linebacker, leading the Eagles rushing attack throughout the season on their way to a successful Section VII/Class B title defense. ■

At midway point, Schroon Lake atop both MVAC standings By Keith Lobdell SPORTS EDITOR

SCHROON LAKE | The Schroon Lake varsity boys and girls basketball programs are heading into the second half of the 2019-20 season as the top teams in the MVAC. The girl’s team scored a 52-43 win over Bolton Jan. 10, giving them a 5-0 record in MVAC play and a 6-2 record overall after a 47-40 setback against Saranac Lake Jan. 13. Against Bolton, Malena Gereau had 19 points and 13 rebounds in the win, while Dakotah Cutting scored 11, Kayli Hayden added seven, Justice Kowal six, Ava Storman five, and Brittany Mieras four. Gereau had 12 against Saranac Lake, with Cutting and Hayden adding six, Ana Maisonville four, Mieras three, Kowal two, Baker two and Shaughnessy two. Gereau has averaged 18.5 points on the season, with a season-high of 27 against Wells. She also scored 19 in the Wildcats’ 56-40 win over Boquet Valley earlier in the season. “We know those two teams (BVCS and Bolton) are going to be the ones we have to beat if we want to win a sectional title,” said Gereau after the BVCS game.

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The only blemish on the 11th ranked (NYSSWA Class D poll) Schroon Lake 9-1 season record came against Lyme earlier in the year — the same school that handed the Wildcat girls their first loss. In their 10th game of the year, the Wildcats posted a 51-36 win over Section II’s Fort Ann Jan. 13, as Andrew Pelkey led the team with 19 points. Pelkey has averaged 25.1 points per game this season, into the top 13 in Section VII all-time leading

Malena Gereau is averaging 18.5 points this season, where she could surpass the 1,000 career point mark, as the Schroon Lake girls varsity team is 5-0 in MVAC play and 6-2 overall. Photo by Keith Lobdell scorers. He is 254 points shy of the sectional boys scoring record of 1,696. In the past week, Pelkey passed a pair of 2018 graduates on the scoring list in Ticonderoga’s Evan Graney and Moriah’s two-time state player of the year Dylan Trombley. Pelkey had 25 points in a Jan. 10 win over Bolton, while Collin Bresnahan added 15, Oliver Higgens scored 14 and Cian Bresnahan six. ■

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Looking back at players, games, moments and more over decades of high school athletics in Section VII.

Jeff Thelen rolled a 464 series and Ryan Cogswell a 474 series as Moriah scored a 7-1 win over Saranac in boys bowling. In the girls match, Beth Lang rolled a 449 series and 186 high game for the victorious Vikings. Sherry Ott set a Section VII record with a throw of 41 feet, five inches at the CVAC indoor track and field meet, beating the old mark by four feet in winning the event. Jeff Ross scored 28 points and Brian Pelkey added 26 as the Crown Point duo outscored Willsboro, 54-53, in a 74-53 MVAC boys basketball win.

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Wayne Welch scored 13 points and Lucas Brock added 10 points and 10 rebounds in Schroon Lake’s 69-32 win over Minerva-Newcomb in MVAC boys basketball. Tony Lang added 11 points. Jodi Berube scored 17 points for the Sentinels, who were unable to recover from an 11-point

Tanya Bashaw in a 79-60 loss to Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC girls basketball.

1990

Kristy Sprague scored 16 points in Moriah’s 50-38 win over rival Ticonderoga in girls basketball, while Maureen Kelley scored 15 points for the Sentinels. In the boys rivalry game, Mike Relyea had 13 points and the duo of Greg Duncan and Frank Gilbo each scored 11 as Moriah earned a 60-48 win. Steve Boyce had 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Sentinels, while Jamie Rockhill had 13 and Brian Mattison 11. Jeff Thelen bowled a 464 series against Saranac in a 2000 match at the Mineville VFW. File photo halft ime deficit in a 67-50 loss to Northeastern Clinton in CVAC girls basketball. Charlee Bush had a game-high 19 points for Crown Point, who were unable to overcome 16 points from Heather Tenney and 14 from

1980

Jan Lemza scored 13 points and Marie DuPaois had 11 points and eight rebounds as Moriah scored a 50-19 win over Chazy in girls basketball. Mike Northrup sored wins in the 20 medley relay, 100 fly and 100 breaststroke as Moriah fell to AuSable Valley, 97-79, as the duo of John Parkinson and Jon Parks scored a pair of wins. ■


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ment of Environmental additional deer so killed Conservation, that the or crippled, to be recovdeer population in Essex ered in an action County is suffering from brought by the Commissevere depredation due sioner of Environmental to dogs attacking, chas-by Denton Conservation. Published Publications, Inc. ing or worrying deer; This resolution was duly and seconded by Supervisor WHEREAS, it is the duty Giordano, and adopted. of this Board of Supervi- STATE OF NEW YORK, sors to protect OF ESSEX )ss: LEGALSthe natu- COUNTYLEGALS ral resources of this I, JUDITH A. GARRISON, County from unneces- Clerk of the Essex Counsary depredation, a duty ty Board of Supervisors, that this Board has con- do hereby certify that I accepted scientiously have compared the foreover the years. going copy with the BE IT RESOLVED pur- original resolution filed suant to Section 120 of in this office on the 6th the Agriculture and Mar- day of January, 2020, kets Law, that this Essex and that it is a correct County Board of Super- and true copy thereof. visors hereby orders, IN TESTIMONY THEREthat all dogs in the OF, I have hereunto set County shall be securely my hand and affixed my confined during the peri- official seal this 6th day od of time beginning of January, 2020. with the required publi- /s/ cation of this notice and Judith A. Garrison ending on May 1, 2020; Clerk of the Essex Counand ty Board of Supervisors BE IT FURTHER RE- TT-01/18/2020-1TC238071 SOLVED, that, pursuant to such law, if any dog shall kill or cripple any deer, the owner of such dog shall be subject to a civil penalty in the amount of $100 for the first deer killed or crip- TOWN OF SCHROON pled and $150 for each SPECIAL TOWN BOARD additional deer so killed TUESDAY, MEETING or crippled, to be recov- JANUARY 21, 2020 AT ered in an action 2:00 PM TO DISCUSS brought by the Commis- SEWER DEPT. ISSUES sioner of Environmental THURSDAY, JANUARY Conservation. 23, 2020 AT 2:00 PM TO This resolution was duly DISCUSS WINTER seconded by Supervisor RECREATION AND Giordano, and adopted. TOURISM DEC FISHERY STATE OF NEW YORK, STUDY AND SAND MICOUNTY OF ESSEX )ss: GRATION I, JUDITH A. GARRISON, TT-01/18/2020-1TCClerk of the Essex Coun- 238102 ty Board of Supervisors, do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original resolution filed in this office on the 6th day of January, 2020, and that it is a correct and true copy thereof. IN TESTIMONY THEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 6th day of January, 2020. /s/ Judith A. Garrison Clerk of the Essex County Board of Supervisors TT-01/18/2020-1TC238071

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS bidders name and adNOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- dress. EN, that the Under- Essex County affirmasigned, on behalf of the tively states that in reEssex County Board of gard to any contract enSupervisors, will accept tered into pursuant to www.suncommunitynews.com these instructions, withsealed bids until January 22, 2020 at 2:00 P.M. out regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, nafor the following: ONE (1) NEW & UN- tional origin, disability, preference or USED MID SIZE SEDAN sexual LEGALS LEGALS Specifications are avail- Vietnam Era veteran status, disadvantaged and able by contacting the minority or womenOffice of the Purchasing Agent, Linda M. Wolf, owned business enterEssex County Govern- prises will be afforded ment Center, 7551 Court equal opportunity to Elizabethtown, submit bids in response Street, hereto. New York 12932, by calling 518-873-3330 or Dated: January 7, 2020 Linda M. Wolf, CPA on the Countys Website: https://www.co.esPurchasing Agent Essex County Governsex.ny.us/bidders/publicbids.aspx. ment Center Sealed bids will be re- 7551 Court Street ceived at the Office of Elizabethtown, New York the Purchasing Agent, 12932 Essex County Govern- TT-01/18/2020-1TCment Center, 7551 Court 237887 Street, Elizabethtown, New York 12932 until NOTICE TO BIDDERS January 22, 2020 at The Potttersville Board 2:00 P.M. at which time of Fire Commissioners, bids will be publicly Pottersville, NY seeks bids for the sale of a opened and read aloud. All bids submitted in re- 1984 GMC Fire Truck. At January 6, 2020, sponse to this notice shall be marked SEALED Commissions meeting a resolution was passed to BID MID SIZE SEDAN clearly on the outside of make this truck surplus & sell as is. Truck can the envelope with the bidders name and ad- be viewed at the firehouse, by contacting dress. Eugene Essex County affirma- Chairman, tively states that in re- Dutcher at 518-494gard to any contract en- 3594. Sealed bids will tered into pursuant to be received by the Disthese instructions, with- trict Secretary, Potout regard to race, color, tersville Fire District, PO sex, religion, age, na- Box 231, Pottersville, NY tional origin, disability, 12860, on or before sexual preference or February 3, 2020, until Vietnam Era veteran sta- 6PM, at which time they tus, disadvantaged and will be opened and read minority or women- publicly at the Potterowned business enter- ville Fire House, 20 Valprises will be afforded ley Farm Rd., Potterville, equal opportunity to NY. All envelopes must be marked Truck Bid. submit bids in response The Board of Fire Comhereto. missioners reserves the Dated: January 7, 2020 right to reject any or all Linda M. Wolf, CPA bids. Purchasing Agent Essex County Govern- By Order of the Pottersville Board of Fire ment Center Commissioners. 7551 Court Street Barbara Repp, District Elizabethtown, New York Secretary 12932 TT-01/18/2020-1TCTT-01/18/2020-1TC238214 237887

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