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Members of the Westport Central School sophomore class help wash cars at the Westport Volunteer Fire Department March 2. The class will be helping the department with its annual car wash throughout the month. They are held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The suggested donation price is $5 per wash. Photo by Keith Lobdell
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County set to act on SAFE Act By Keith Lobdell firstname.lastname@example.org ELIZABETHTOWN — The Essex County Board of Super-
visors will meet Monday, March 18 to voice their opinion on the SAFE Act. Members of a special SAFE Act task force voted Monday,
March 11, to seek a resolution from the full board asking the state to repeal the controversial gun laws which started taking effect Jan. 15.
LEWIS — Two New York State Police officers were involved in a high-speed chase that ended with an Au Sable Forks man being shot and killed Tuesday, March 5. Preliminary findings released by State Police on March 6 revealed that Richard J. “Joey” Aubin, 28, was killed after trying to gain possession of one of the troopers weapons, according to BCI Capt. Robert LaFountain. Aubin was first spotted traveling southbound on Interstate 87 at around 5:07 p.m. by police near the town of Schroon Lake. Police allege he was speeding. “He was initially clocked going 95 mph,” LaFountain said. CONTINUED ON PAGE 7
With the vote, board chairman Randy Douglas called for a special board meeting to take place Monday, March 18, at 6
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By Keith Lobdell email@example.com WILLSBORO — Students at Willsboro Central School decided to put in a little overtime in their building recently, all for a good cause. The school's Key Club held its second all-night Walk-aThon March 8-9 in the school, with students in grades 7-12 spending the nights walking the halls of the school and participating in games, dances and other activities to keep their eyes open through the night.
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he Elizabethtown-Lewis Emergency Squad is presenting a CPR training class on Friday, March 15, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Elizabethtown Social Center, they will also present a First Aid class on Thursday, March 21, from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. These classes qualify for babysitting certification for students ages 12 to 18. Contact the Social Center to register at 873-6408. Those interested in working on the CATS trails, Champlain Area Trails, should meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Wadham's Dogwood Bakery on Saturday, March 16, to finish cleaning the last part of the new Field and Forest Trail, between Wadhams and the Bobcat Trail. Bring gloves, branch loppers, and/or hand saws to help, other gear will be provided. Teams will be sent out to work on spring cleaning areas of other trails, too. If you have any questions, contact Director Chris Maron. Everyone is Irish on Saint Patrick's weekend! If you worked up an appetite clearing CATS trails in the afternoon, then make your reservations at the Deers Head Inn for “A Night In Ireland” from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m., enjoying some traditional
Irish food. For reservations call 873-6514. After a great meal and you're still in the mood to party with Saint Patrick, head down to The Cobble Hill Inn, our own Irish pub to continue the celebration with some live music. They will be featuring Sven Curth and Dick Fitts of Jim, beginning at 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. On Sunday, March 17, Saint Patrick's Day, Saint Elizabeth's Church will be hosting their annual Irish dinner of Corn Beef and Cabbage in the church parish hall. Take out is available from 1:30 p.m. The family style, sit-down dinner will begin serving at 2 until 6 p.m. The cost is $11 for adults, children under 12 are $5. The ELCS Music Department will present their 12th Annual Chamber Music Concert and Dinner on Wednesday, March 20, in the school auditorium at 5:30 p.m. The family style pasta meal is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors/students, children under five are free. Come listen to the Mixed Chorus, Chamber Ensemble and the Jazz Ensemble. A presentation/discussion on “Your Financial Health” will be held at ECH on Wednesday, March 20, from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. in the ECH boardroom.
his Friday evening, March 15, a group from Middlebury College that specializes in a capella performances of Renaissance music will be at the Essex Community Church. This is for those of you who love the oldest of oldies; the singing starts at 7 p.m. The Champlain Valley Film Society holds their annual festival of Oscar-nominated short films this Saturday evening at the Whallonsburg Grange. Starting at 6 p.m., there will be animated shorts, then at 7:30 p.m. a break, and at 8 p.m. live-action shorts. David Reuther of the society is happy to announce that the seats at the Grange are now upholstered and even more comfortable than ever. The Grange’s series on American agriculture ends next Tuesday, March 19, with a talk by Hallie Bond on hunting, gathering and fungus farming in the 19th century Adirondacks. In other words, how and what they ate 150 years ago. Bond has long been associated with the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake and has written on a range of subjects, including landscape photography, summer camps and domestic history. Her talk starts at 7:30 p.m.
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he new shelter is officially open! Stop by to visit the new site on 9N in Elizabethtown and check out our state-of-the art facility. We are open from Tuesday through Friday and Sundays from noon to four in the evening, and Saturdays from noon from 5 p.m. The NCSPCA is closed on Mondays. For directions or more information, please call our new office number, 873-2000. March Madness is officially upon us... during the month of March, all eligible kitties - nearly 30 in all - can be adopted for 50 percent off the standard adoption fee. If you've been thinking about adopting a new feline friend, there is no better time to stop by the shelter and find your purrfect companion. Our featured pet this week is Dee Dee, a Domestic Shorthair-mix beauty of a cat with a glossy ebony coat that has a splash of white across her chest. Although Dee Dee was an abandoned cat, you would never know it from her loving personality an easygoing attitude - this sweet little
lady has a positive outlook that is unstoppable! Dee Dee is a real cuddler who is looking for a home where she can get lots of attention in trade for keeping your lap warm and serenading you with purrs. Why not stop by and meet her today?
his Saturday, March 16, the annual Tanneberger Basketball Tournament will be held in the Gym at Westport Central School starting at 1 p.m., with proceeds to go the Thomas Tanneberger Memorial Scholarship Fund. This always feels like one of the most important days in our community calendar, a time when Westport really comes together in memory of an extraordinary “favorite son,” yet looking also to a dynamic future for our best and brightest in scholarship and sport. In between the afternoon games the K-6 Biddy Basketball all-stars will wow the crowd, and at half-time during the men’s and women’s championships in the evening our high school players will strut their stuff in free-throw competitions. And of course the Firemen’s Spaghetti Dinner will be served in the cafeteria starting at 4:30 p.m., including salad, garlic bread, milk, coffee or tea, and brownies. Take out and delivery is available. For delivery, call 962-8969 or 962-4885 ahead of time. And while I’m on the subject, the Fire Department would like to thank the com-
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ow exciting it has been for me this last couple of days, the snow is nearly gone, and there is evidence of new life sprouting up from the cold ground, and even can see the buds on the tree's starting to show us that the season is changing. The many shades of spring green is always such a joy to witness. Our community showed evidence of our care and concern for our aging population, as we see more and more progress in converting the old Willsboro school into a new use to offer a less stressful way of living for that age group. Also this past weekend to be a part of a group from our United Methodist assist one of our members in a move to a Senior Housing unit; this is also a great place to live as one downsizes. The Willsboro School drama club has presented two more drama plays, one by the younger children and also one by the senior class. This is another great opportunity for our students to learn leadership skills. The Willsboro/Reber United Methodist Churches have announced their Easter
services; Psalm Sunday will be at regular hours for both churches,Maundy Thursday service will be at 7 p.m. in the Willsboro Church, Good Friday Service will be at noon also in the Willsboro Church, Easter Sunday sunrise service at 7 a.m. in the Reber church with a breakfast to follow, then both churchs will have the regular worship services at the regular time. Any interested persons are welcome to come and share with these congregations this great greeting into Spring. It is reported that the Congregational Church's last Coffee House had a packed crowd for their last performance of the season, these were nice winter breaks. The Willsboro Bowling lanes and the Whallonsburg Grange continue to offer several special entertainment opportunities, just check their adds. Happy Birthday to: Tess Lobdell Mach 13, Dorothy Dodds March 16, Kathryn Belzile March 15, Ken Coonrod March 18, Scott Sayward March 21, Jayde Trow March 21. Mona Morgan March 22, Drago Lobdell March 23, Roseann Sayward March 23, Polly Belanger March 23.
munity for its outstanding response to our annual holiday fundraising mailer. It is truly inspiring to have such strong support from those we serve. So thank you to all who took the time to send in a donation. We value your contribution! Champlain Area Trails (CATS) will also have its monthly trail project on Saturday, March 16. Volunteers should meet at Dogwood Bread Company in Wadhams at 12:30 with loppers, handsaws, gloves, etc. for work on the last stretch of the new Field and Forest Trail. And don’t miss the first talk in the spring “Wednesdays in Wadhams” lecture series at the Wadhams Free Library, this Wednesday, March 20 (the first day of Spring) at 7:30 p.m. Robin Gucker, Kristin Fiegl, Dari Brennan, and Kathleen Morse, who belong to the faculty and staff at the Lakeside School, will discuss “The Future of Education.” Lakeside is a pre-K through 3rd grade Waldorf school at Black Kettle Farm in Essex. These dynamic teachers will explore the state of education in America, and explain the unique Waldorf approach, which emphasizes independent learning that engages with each child’s natural curiosity.
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he weather is changing and the AuSable Chasm is absolutely gorgeous as is the Lake. I have managed to see the Eagle yet again.It seems to like the top perch on the fourth tree from the entrance to the preserve. My backyard is also starting to get busier. I keep getting a rabbit visiting my feeder between three to five in the morning as well as plenty of birds throughout the day. I’m expecting my chipmunks to make an appearance soon as well. The North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association is presenting a one night lecture 5 p.m. Sunday, March 24, at the Peru Free Library. The presenter is the Association’s own President Jackie Madison who will be using four genera-
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tions of her own family to open a special window on history. The Event is entitled “From Slavery to Citizenship: one family’s story of the impact of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barack Obama on ordinary African- Americans. Again, remember the activities of numerous organizations in our community that can always use volunteers or have events planned. We have very active Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, a great library, Knights of Columbus, Elks, veterans, and our churches among others.Also don’t forget we spring cleaning we do have a book sale coming up some time this summer as well as The Methodist Church with their thrift shop. Remember this is not a way of getting rid of garbage but helping others in need. will host its Fish Fry Friday, March 15. It will be held at Holy Name School from 4 to 7 p.m. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for under 12.
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Sprague announces re-election bid for County District Attorney By Keith Lobdell
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LAKE PLACID — Essex County District Attorney Kristy Sprague will seek to keep her elected position in 2014. Sprague announced Thursday, March 7 that she would seek re-election to the position during a gathering with family and supporters at the Mirror Lake Inn in Lake Placid. "The decision is Essex County District Attorney Kristy Sprague announced her re-election cameasy to me," Sprague paign in Lake Placid last week. Photo provided said. "I love what I do. I never expected that running again for this would even be a question for me." Sprague said that she is proud of the accomplishments that her office has had over the past three years and is looking forward to continuing to serve the county as its top prosecutor.
ECH Auxiliary Hosts Bowl-A-Thon
ELIZABETHTOWN — Basketball players from six towns will come together to help raise money in memory of an Elizabethtown-Lewis standout. The 23rd annual Part Ward Memorial B a s k e t b a l l To u r n a m e n t w i l l t a k e p l a c e Saturday, March 23 with games featuring eight men’s and two women’s teams starting at 11:30 a.m. “There will be food served throughout the day, along with a 50/50 raffle,” organizer Michael “Ike” Tyler said. “The proceeds go to the Pat Ward Memorial Fund, which gives awards each year to senior Elizabethtown-Lewis soccer players.” Tyler said Ward, who was a good athlete in school, excelled on the soccer field, which is why the fund goes to honor senior members of the Lions team. “We are approaching $20,000 in awards to Elizabethtown-Lewis graduates,” Tyler said. “We average about $1,000 in
the opportunity to win more tickets that can be used for the raffle. Additional raffle tickets will be distributed for team spirit. Pizza will be available for purchase throughout the afternoon; and alcoholic beverages may be purchased directly from the bowling alley. Those wishing to take part in the event, or businesses wishing to sponsor teams or donate prizes should contact Christine Benedict at 963-8394 or Jane Hooper 873-3003
awards each year. Last year was a bigger class, so we awarded $1,250.” Regist rat ion i s $25 per player, wh ich includes a T-shirt, a day of basketball and food at the Cobble Hill Restaurant following the tournament. G a m e s w i l l b e g i n a t 11 : 3 0 a . m . w i t h Keene against Moriah 1. ElizabethtownLewis 1 will face Schroon Lake at 12:30 p.m., with Westport and Willsboro playing at 1:30 p.m., and Moriah 2 taking on Elizabethtown-Lewis 2 at 2:30 p.m. The semifinal games will be played at 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., followed by the women’s championship between Elizab e t h t o w n - L e w i s a n d We s t p o r t a t 5 : 3 0 p.m. The men’s championship will be the final game of the tournament, scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Tickets for admission into the tournam e n t a re $ 3 f o r a d u l t s a n d $ 2 f o r s t u dents. For more information on the 20th annual Pat Ward Memorial Tournament, contact Tyler at 962-8739.
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ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabethtown Community Hospital’s auxiliary is accepting registrations for its upcoming bowl-a-thon. The fundraising event is taking place at Willsboro Bowling Lanes on Saturday, March 23 from 1 to 6 p.m. Registration requires a $20 minimum donation and includes participation in 2 games, bowling shoes, eight tickets for the event’s prize raffle and a donation to the auxiliary. Participants who donate over $20 will receive two extra raffle tickets for each additional $5 donated. People are encouraged to solicit sponsorships from friends, family, coworkers or local businesses to increase their donation. Many local businesses have donated gift certificates or other prizes for the raffle. “Our local businesses, as always, have been very generous by donating items,” said Christine Benedict, event organizer. “We have received some really nice prizes.” The bowl-a-thon features a trivia contest, taking place throughout the duration of the event. Participants will be asked to answer a series of random trivia questions; offering
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he state of New York and Gov. Andrew Cuomo could take a lesson from the Essex County Board of Supervisors regarding how to pass legislation. On March 11, the board held a special SAFE Act Task Force Committee meeting where the new state law banning certain assault weapons and placing restrictions on magazine capacities, among other things, was discussed. Three versions of a resolution that criticizes the state for the way it handled the passage of the law were presented, one asking for the measure to be amended and two calling for an outright repeal of the law. After discussion and debate, the committee voted to put forward a resolution to the full Board of Supervisors that will call for the repeal of the SAFE Act. That vote will take place at a special meeting called by Board Chair Randy Douglas Monday, March 18, at 6 p.m. in the county supervisors chambers in Elizabethtown. What Essex County has done is exactly what opponents of the law have been slamming the state for not doing, taking their time and getting feedback from their constituents on how to address the matter. Elizabethtown Supervisor Margaret Bartley, who motioned for amendment of the SAFE Act, printed out the law and presented it to members of her town, asking them to check what they liked in the law and cross out what they did not. Gerald Morrow of Chesterfield, who chairs the committee, talked with residents and local sporting organizations. Douglas, who confesses that he does not own a gun, said he has learned more than he ever wanted to about them and the subject of gun violence in relation to this highly-debated law. When North Hudson's Ronald Moore presented the board with a resolution backing the New York State Sheriff's Association and their stance on the matter, Morrow said that not only did the county need their own voice, they needed to do it the right way. “If we pass something without taking the time to look at it and study it, then we are no better than the state legislature who did exactly that with this law,” Morrow said. Residents of Essex County will now get their chance to be heard on the subject during a hearing at 6 p.m. next Monday at the board of supervisor ’s chambers in Elizabethtown. This is your chance to have your opinion added to the more than 40 counties that have already passed meas-
ures calling for the repeal of the SAFE Act. Essex County may be one of the last to act, but to criticize that is hypocritical if you also criticize those at the state who made the rush to judgement to pass the act in the first place. It would be safe to say that the first resolutions to repeal the law may have been knee-jerk reactions to a knee-jerk reaction, and two wrongs do not make a right. In the same token, it would be hypocritical if you have been one crying for a voice in this matter and then neglect to take advantage of the opportunity the board of supervisors is affording. We encourage all sides to make their voices known, while sticking to our belief that the SAFE Act was indeed a rush to judgement that was created more for potential political gain than for the interest of public safety. As Sheriff Richard Cutting said, “the SAFE Act would not have prevented Sandy Hook, Columbine or any of these other massacres.” We commend the board of supervisors for the approach they have taken to this topic. With that, let us offer a suggestion. The county has a budget committee that is already looking to make cuts to help save county taxpayers in the 2014 budget. It’s good to see the board starting early focusing on the budget and the anticipated shortfall in the coming year, but we suggest that the board combines that with more opportunities for the public to comment on the process. Supervisors should consider holding more meetings in the evening — like they plan to do with the SAFE Act hearing — when more residents are available to attend. There is already a buzz in the county concerning the potential sale of the county fairgrounds in Westport, and it would be good to have a public hearing on the matter, if it gets to that point, before any decision is made. Then it will be up to the residents to take advantage of the chance to have their voice heard because, as the SAFE Act has proven, silence is not always golden.
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’m not a CPA, accountant or lawyer. I have no degree in political science or economics. I’m a high school grad with a couple years of college. I have no insider information on the inner workings of the federal government, but I’ve been challenged by several readers to be more specific in my column regarding sequestration and offer possible suggestions on how we go about easing the pain of reducing Uncle Sam’s spending by $85 billion. We all know there isn’t one single dollar the government spends that someone doesn’t think is critically important. But to set the stage for what we are up against, I urge you go watch this simple dramatization of our nation’s current $16 trillion+ debt at demonocracy.info. We must reduce our spending. Let me start by stating the obvious. I don’t know of one executive administrator who is responsible for managing anything who doesn’t want to control the checkbook and have some say in income generation. I can only come to one conclusion as to why the president isn’t coming forth with a plan. He wants nothing to do with leading the nation. His goal seems to be cuts must hurt, so make the cuts felt and then blame others for the pain. He also seems reluctant to put forth his own cost-saving solutions therefore avoiding any personal blame. This is the exact opposite of what a president should do. Harry Truman said it best: “The buck stops here.” With the limited information available to me, here are my recommendations if I were in the Oval Office. As a sign of good faith and leadership, we start at the White House. The best estimates I can find tell me it costs about $1.7 billion to run the White House. I’d immediately direct the WH staff, including the presidency, to trim 10 percent from all salaries associated with WH personnel, curtail all extraneous travel, including Air Force One and cut our operational spending by the same amount. I urge Congress to do the same 10 percent cut, and together we can lead the nation to a $1 billion savings. Leadership starts with the leaders. Next I’d turn to the nearly three million federal employees. We can either cut positions or we can all agree to take a 5 percent across-the-board pay deduction. It will save the American public about
$10 billion, and everyone gets to keep their jobs. I’m suggesting another $1 billion saved from Dan Alexander frugal efThoughts from forts by Behind the Pressline cutting things like conference costs to office supplies and travel. In 2010, the Simpson Bolwes National Commission to reform government brought forth a plan that was not acted upon. I would instruct the heads of our 22 civilian and military departments to look at those recommendations and surgically trim their expenditure, not to include any staff reductions, but to trim 2 percent from other expenses, which should save about $48 billion. Over the years, we’ve repeatedly piled programs on top of pre-existing ones. We should begin today to identify these programs with an estimated goal of cutting $25 billion through the elimination of and merging of certain agencies. We must put Social Security and Medicare at the top of our lists to ensure their sustainability while reducing costs. Last year, more than two dozen Fortune 500 companies paid zero federal income tax, short changing the country by $20 billion. We must put an end to corporate welfare and preferential tax deals. Every American over age 18 must have a financial stake in our country, and I would propose a minimum citizen tax of $250 or about $4.80 a week. For each person over 18 years of age, if you’ve paid nothing into the system, the government will deduct $250 from your refund (benefit) check. That will raise $28 billion. With all Americans citizens and corporations now having a vested interest in our country, we can create a new culture to rein in costs and once again create a promising opportunity to the future generations. Dan Alexander is president and CEO of Denton Publications. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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autopsy, which reveled that Aubin died as the Continued from page 1 result of three gunshot Police chased the suswounds. pect southbound on the Zone Commander interstate until he exited John Tibbitts said the south of Schroon, then officers would be able traveled north on Route to resume normal du9. ties when ready. Police used spike “If the troopers are strips just north of the capable of returning to ramps leading to exit 29 duty, they will,” Tibof the intersection to bitts said. slow down the suspect’s “There are a number vehicle, who then fled of internal procedures about 75 feet into the and safety protocols to woods. make sure that officers Troop B troopers Leare fit to return to ston W. Sheeley and duty,” LaFountain said. Marcia L. Pooler were Zone Commander. John Tibbitts and BCI Capt. Robert LaFountain talk to the media March 6. Tibbitts said that the identified by officials as investigation into the officer then incident is still in the preliminary stages. the two officers who followed Aubin into the fired several woods after his black 2005 Chevrolet Col“There’s 110 steps in an investigation like rounds at the orado truck was stopped. After following this, and we are only on step 10,” Tibbitts suspect, who said. Aubin on foot, the officers attempted to apexpired on the prehend him, but the scuffle escalated as atLaFountain said that Aubin had an “extenscene.” tempts to physically restrain and use pepper sive violent criminal history,” including an The pursuit arrest for robbery and conviction for secondspray on Aubin were ineffective. lasted roughly Aubin then attempted to gain control of degree assault. 25 minutes. Pooler ’s firearm, which led to Sheeley firing LaFountain added that the officers were LaFountain multiple shots at the suspect, who died at the trained to use their weapons only as a last said that the ofscene. Authorities identified the weapon as resort. ficers were taka division-issued Glock .45-caliber G.A.P. “We try to use all other means to subdue Richard J. ‘Joey’ Aubin en to Glens (Glock Automatic Pistol). a suspect,” he said. “These things tend to esFalls Hospital calate very quickly sometimes, but it is al“The suspect violently resisted arrest,” LaFountain said. “During the exchange, the for treatment of injuries and released. The ways the subject’s actions that determine suspect grabbed for a sidearm, trying to gain body was examined by Essex County Coro- how we respond.” possession on it from the officer. The second ner Walter “Smitty” Marvin and released for
Thanks to town, county To the Valley News: I just Want to thank the Town of Chesterfield and Essex County DPW for their quick attention to a very important matter. For several months I have noticed that there have been three street signs missing in the Village of Keeseville: Church Street, Division Street and Santor Lane. The Village of Keeseville was informed about these signs at least four months ago if not longer and again around a month ago, but it must have fallen on deaf ears, because nothing was done. Being afraid of what could happen should a 911 call be made and the responders may not be knowledgeable of local streets and roads, I called the Supervisor of the Town of Chesterfield and he took it upon himself to ensure the safety of the Village residents on those streets. All it took him was one phone call to the Essex County DPW and in less than three days they replaced the three street signs. Again, thank you. Sandra Ledwith Keeseville
Appreciates column To the Valley News: I want to thank Mr. Hurlburt for his article “Happy not necessarily meaningful’ in the Valley News March 3 edition. Though my struggles through life are few, my mental struggles at times are great with what my life really means. As a young person we have a huge open life and don’t think beyond what makes up ‘happy’ but as we age it seems like we look beyond the ‘happy’ and want our life to mean something to ourselves. As a child we were quite poor and depended on government commodities to help. Plus our Christmas always had the Salvation Army elf. So this day and I remember them and have tried to repay their kindness by volunteering to help others. They have me a meaning to my life at a young age which also created in an instant but I find ‘meaning’ takes time to find or do. So few will give that time but for me time is what we all have even if its busy. Kindness in a unselfish manner has more meaning than anything else we can give besides love. So thank you for this article that gives us all something wonderful to remember and maybe use more often in our daily lives. Michele Preston Westport
Disputes claims To the Valley News: Harry Gough's representation that he and Margaret Bartley "gave" the people of Elizabethtown and Essex County anything but a good fleecing is outrageous and insulting. Otis Lane is a Town Road and has been since 1914 as sited in the public record mentioned in the Supervisor's newsletter. It has been, and is today, maintained by the Town of Elizabethtown. The Supervisor continues to authorize funding for charges attributed to the State inventoried Town Road named Otis Lane. She must agree with the classification or she could not legally authorize expending our tax dollars for cost attributed to that road. You can't have it both ways. Without further deduction it seems evident that even Margaret Bartley represents Otis Lane is a Town Road. Harry, what Mr. Fenimore and I did learn over that six year period you mentioned was that there are indeed people in this world who will take any action necessary, regardless of the impact to taxpayers or personal safety of their neighbors, to achieve their singular personal benefit. You and Margaret were successful in forcing us, the taxpayers, to expend over $70,000 to build an unnecessary new road, finally allowing safe access to property owners who have been held hostage, by you, for over eight years. To now profess to offer some "Golden Calf' gift of dirt to buy your desired consciousness is condescending and an insult to our intelligence. You and Margaret did achieve your goal of a free, private driveway. You won. It is now necessary for you both to look your neighbors in the eye and admit the only "gift" the taxpayers have received was a dirty little lesson in selfish human behavior. Noel H. Merrihew, III Elizabethtown
Members of the Willsboro Central School Key Club Walk-a-Thon present High Peaks Hospice Director TylaAnn Burger with the donation they raised.
Key walk Continued from page 1 "The kids that were in elementary two years ago have been looking forward to the chance to be a part of this, and we for sure have more kids than we did two years ago," Key Club advisor Meaghan Freeman said. "Each student that participates gets sponsored to walk for the night and they have to get at least $25 in order to take part." "We did this two years ago and donated the money towards cancer research," club president Kyli Swires said. "We had a meeting at the beginning of the year to plan this event, and we wanted to make sure that the money that was raised would go to an organization that would help the local community. We decided
SAFE resolution Continued from page 1 at the county chambers. The board will decide on the resolution at this meeting. "We have had a lot of emails, phone calls and visits from people since this committee was formed," Chesterfield Supervisor Gerald Morrow, task force chair, said. "Every person that I have talked to is in favor of repealing the SAFE Act." Morrow and North Hudson Supervisor Ronald Moore both introduced draft resolutions to repeal the law. Both were similar, and the task force voted to use the draft by Morrow. A third option, which asked for the state to look at amending the law, was presented by Elizabethtown Town Supervisor Margaret Bartley but not accepted by the group. "I pulled up the 14 provisions of the SAFE Act and have handed out copies for people to show what they agreed with and what they did not agree with," Bartley said. "I have had the range of people coming in and saying that you have to repeal the SAFE Act and others who have come in and said that the law does not go far enough. I wanted to make sure that everyone's wishes could be out there, and not just one group of people." County Manager Daniel Palmer said that he had read through the entire SAFE Act and was in favor of repeal instead of amend. "It is so far reaching and it impacts so many parts of the law that it does not make practical sense to try and amend it," Palmer said. "The practical thing to do probably is repeal the law and start over. It is impacting a lot of honest, taxpaying citizens’ lives for no good reason other than facing political pressure." Palmer added that it would take about $1,000 annually to comply with new regulations that would be placed on the county as well as an ad-
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to donate to High Peaks Hospice." Swires said that prizes and food for the night was acquired with the help of local businesses, which helped lead to a preliminary donation total of $4,340.80. "I was hoping to hit $3,000," Swires said. "To be almost $1,400 over that is just amazing." Leading the way for the students was seventh-grader Warren Jackson, who raised $755. "Mrs. Freeman is my English teacher, and she asked the class about being part of it," Jackson said. "I went through Willsboro, Essex and Whallonsburg asking for donations from people my family knew. My goal started at $50, then went to $100. I kept adding to it and ended up with $755." Students walked through the night and as
the sun rose welcomed High Peaks Hospice Executive Director TylaAnn Burger to their party to present her with the funds. Burger, a Willsboro resident, then added to the total by donating $1 for each student who participated (54), bringing the total contribution to 4,394.80. "When Meaghan told us about what you were doing I was thrilled," Burger said. "You guys have made my year. You have taken care of a lot of people with what you have done here. This may be the largest donation that we have received from a school this year, and you take my breath away." Once the check was presented shortly before 7 a.m., students then moved on to their next event — getting a ride home to sleep.
ditional employee. Already, County Clerk Joe Provoncha said that his office had added an additional computer station to help handle the expected workload associated with the new law. Palmer also spoke to the mental health aspect of the law. "It aggravates the problem because if you count on that interaction and then a state trooper knocks on your door because of something you may have said, you are never going to a therapist again," Palmer said. "You have some that are not going to report anything and some that are going to try and cover their bases and report everything. Once people start finding out that their confidential conversations with a therapist are subject to being known about by state police, that is going to be a problem." Sheriff Richard Cutting, who had already spoke to the board about the impact on law enforcement, addressed the board about the impact the law could have on sportsmen. "The loss of the hunters not coming to the area would mean guides would no longer be able to make money and the beds at local hotels would be vacant that were not before because hunters may have guns that are now illegal in the state or they are protesting coming to the state or whatever," Cutting said. "It is a tremendous industry in New York state and without some consideration and some amendment to this law, there will be a significant impact on the state and revenue." Along with these issues, several also spoke about the speed at which the law was passed. "The fact that this law was passed bypassing the democratic system and the chance to have debate over it," Moore said. "They took advantage of a tragedy and utilized that as a vehicle to push this through. This is so fundamentally wrong."
"They did not go through the due process," Morrow said. " If we let them get away with that this time, they will try to do it again. There are a lot of things in the law that are confusing, that law enforcement officials can't seem to get their hands around. It needs to go through the proper channels." "This was done so rapidly," Cutting said. "A lot of our winter business at the annual Sheriff's Association meeting got set aside for this issue. The general feeling was that this law lacks. This law would have done nothing to prevent Sandy Hook or Columbine or any of those massacres. All of these things are what I see as simple, rushthrough errors." "All of our states and the federal government has a process that allows all of us to say that we have a part in this. This is a law that we did not have a part in," Crown Point Supervisor Charles Harrington said. "There are very few examples where a government has to say we did not have a law yesterday and we need it today. We need to have our leaders own up to the fact that they acted way too fast and did not own up to the whole picture." Only one person took to the stand when Morrow asked for public comment and spoke in favor of a repeal. "As elected leaders of our county, you have taken an oath to defend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, which includes the second amendment," Rich Redman of Moriah said. "The New York State Legislature are trying to take away the rights of law-abiding citizens. This is about government seizing control and taking away our personal liberties. There could also be impact because there is a lot of pressure in the sportsmen community to not buy licenses here but go to Vermont of Pennsylvania to hunt. That would be a huge impact on the revenue from $80 to $90 licenses."
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Essex County lawmakers may turn back the clock on alcohol sale hours By Keith Lobdell
ELIZABETHTOWN — Those who throw a few back at local establishments may have two fewer hours to do so in Essex County. Members of the county's Public Safety Committee tabled a potential resolution to curtail the hours of alcohol sales in Essex County from 4 a.m. to a.m. "In Clinton County it is 2 a.m., Franklin is 3 a.m., while Warren County is 4 a.m. and is currently looking to roll back to 2 a.m.," Chesterfield Supervisor Gerald Morrow said. "It's a resolution that needs to be done
from this board that then moves on to the state ABC board for a hearing. There has been a lot of statistics that nothing good happens between 2 and 4 a.m. It helps with insurance and with arrests." Several supervisors said that they had already talked to their bars and restaurants about the roll back of serving hours. "I contacted establishments in my town and surprisingly, no one was against it," Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava said. "One of them even said that we might be doing them a favor." "I checked with the one in my town and that tavern is closed at midnight every
night," Morrow said. "They do not wish to be locked in to a time if they have the ability to stay open." "With my three establishments, one closes at 9 p.m. and another closes at 10 p.m.," Elizabethtown Supervisor Margaret Bartley said. "I never saw any good come out of being in a bar from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. Most people have had it by then," Schroon Supervisor Michael Marnell said. Other supervisors said that they wanted to hear more. "I do not see how this will affect Wilmington at all. Before I do something that will be
ELCS Kindergarten registration set
Kiwanis Breakfast a success
ELIZABETHTOWN — Registration for the fall Kindergarten class at Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School will be held on Tuesday, March 12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Wednesday, March 13, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Main Office of the school. Any child who will be five years old on or before Dec. 1, 2013 are eligible for registration. Registration forms ARE REQUIRED. District residents may pick up registration forms at the ELCS Main Office. Please call 873-6371 (ext. 0). If you are unable to make the March registration days please call the Main Office. Parents are required to bring their child's Birth Certificate, or Baptismal Certificate, Social Security number and record of immunizations when registering. Under Public Health Law, to be optimally immunized, the following immunizations are required: polio (3) measles, mumps, and rubella (2), D.P.T. (3) varicella (1) and hepatitis B (3). Immunizations must be completed and a copy of your child's birth or baptismal certificate must be on file before school starts in September. In addition, as of September 2008, parents must request a dental health certificate from their dentist for all students entering Kindergarten. A completed physical form will also be needed upon entering school. A Kindergarten screening day is being planned to give the children an opportunity to visit at a later date.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The March 3 Elizabethtown Kiwanis Breakfast at the Deer ’s Head Inn raised over $980 for the Community Food Shelf. The Kiwanians served 78 area residents at the traditional Spring event. The Kiwanis want to thank Claude Turner for donating his own maple syrup and the public who made this annual event a big success.
Sheriff set for St. Patrick’s weekend
CATS sets trail workshop WADHAMS — Champlain Area Trails (CATS) invites volunteers to come out Saturday afternoon, March 16 at 12:30 p.m. to finish clearing brush for the new Field and Forest Trail and to get other trails ready for spring. Everyone should meet at Dogwood Bakery in Wadhams. Please bring loppers, gloves and hand saws if you have them; otherwise CATS will have tools for you. For more information, call 962-2287 or email email@example.com.
Maple sugar fest at homestead WILLSBORO — The Maple Sugar Festival at the 1812 Homestead will be held Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Join them to participate in tapping a maple tree and collecting sap the old fashioned way. For more information, please call 963-7816.
LEWIS — As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, Sheriff Richard Cutting is urging motorists to plan a safe ride home and never get behind the wheel drunk. During this holiday law enforcement officials in Essex County will be on high alert, cracking down on drunk drivers as part of its Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over public safety campaign. “Drunk driving is dangerous, deadly and against the law – and it will not be tolerated in Essex County this St. Patrick’s Day,” said Sheriff Cutting. “Today we are giving fair warning to everyone traveling through Essex County that our law enforcement officers will be out on patrol and if you are caught driving drunk you will be arrested.” The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that over 700 people were killed nationwide in crashes involving drunk drivers during St. Patrick’s Day holidays from 2006 to 2010. Sheriff Cutting recommends the following easy steps to have a safe and happy St. Patrick’s Day: •Plan a safe way home before the festivities begin. •Before drinking, designate a sober driver and leave your car keys at home. •If you’re impaired, use a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation to get home safely. •If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact local police. •And remember, if you know someone who is about to drive a car or ride a motorcycle while
impaired, take the keys and help that person make other arrangements to get to where he or she is going safely. For more information, visit www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov.
Membership drive underway The New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute will begin its annual Honorary Membership drive in Essex County within the next week according to Sheriff Richard Cutting. The New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute was established in 1979. It is a not-forprofit corporation, tax exempt organization, and contributions to the Institute are tax deductible. While the Sheriff’s Office is a unit of county government, many of the concerns of Sheriffs and other law enforcement agencies are best addressed on a statewide level. The Sheriffs’ Institute provides centralized training programs and services for all Sheriffs’ Offices, where those programs and services would be unavailable or impractical on a single county basis. The flagship program of the Sheriffs’ Institute is the Sheriffs’ Summer Camp for economically challenged children. Each year, Essex County has been given eight spots in this camp and the kids who have attended have returned with smiles that reach from ear to ear. The children have an opportunity to interact with Deputies on a personal level and see that we are more than the enforcer or uniform, we are in fact, people too.
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county-wide I would want to hear from more people who this will impact," Wilmington's Randy Preston said. "I want to hear more from the public before I am going to vote for this," said Dan Connell of Westport. “It will affect my town the most," North Elba's Roby Politi said. "I have not heard from the mayor or the police force, so I am not ready to voice an opinion at this time." After discussion, the committee voted to table the resolution until next month's committee meeting. "I do not think that this is as cut and dried as you might think," Preston said.
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Dudley names new food service director with focus on local foods By Keith Lobdell
Dan Stromberg was recently hired as new food service director to help with the mission of bringing more local food to their campers. Photo by Keith Lobdell day that it was harvested or within a couple of days of harvest.” Stromberg said that he was excited to work with local farmers and has already made contact with several. “I like that fact that this is a valued role in the camp community,” he said. “I get to go out and talk to farmers and meet them. It is exciting to be that middle person. I do not
Honor rollsWestport Central WESTPORT — The following students were named to the honor rolls for the second marking period at Westport Central School.
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Bicentennial Committee sought
Umpire meetings scheduled
Lasagna dinner set
WESTPORT — The town of Westport will be celebrating its bicentennial in 2015. The Town Board will be appointing a committee to help plan and conduct activities to commemorate this historic event. The Board is requesting that individuals and or organizations that would like to serve on this committee send a letter of interest to the Town of Westport, P.O. Box 465, Westport N.Y. 12993, or call 962-4419. The Board would like to appointment the Committee at the April 23 meeting.
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WESTPORT — Camp Dudley has hired a new food service director to help with their mission of bringing more local food to their campers. Dan Stromberg recently joined the staff in the new position. Previously, the camp had been hiring an outside contractor for their food services but wanted to increase their ability to purchase local produce. “They started to do a little of that last year,” Stormberg said. “We are now going to do a good bit more of that and get vegetables and meats as local as we can as much as we can. We are also working with the bigger vendors who can get us local foods.” Stromberg previously worked in the same capacity at Gwynn Valley Camp in North Carolina, where 70 percent of the food was produced from their own farm. “That is the main difference where I came from was we grew most of our vegetables there at the camp,” he said. “Here, we are going to get it from a farmer, and we will be able to serve that food in most cases the same
times where they are not as noticeable. We can also make a lot of items from scratch, so we can make cookies with ingredients we know rather than pre-packaged with ingredients you may not need.” Stromberg added that he is hoping to bring a nutritional education component into the camp to go along with proper eating and healthy habits. “Providing wholesome food is one of the most important things we do at Camp Dudley to keep our campers healthy and energized,” Dudley Director Matt Storey said. “The entire camp community comes together three times a day, every day of the season and we have both the responsibility and the opportunity to take advantage of that time to establish good eating habits through a well balanced diet, and Dan is the perfect person to get us where we need to be.” Stromberg said that he is pleased to be working at the camp. “Having never been a camper, my experience comes from working at one and it has always felt like it was not just a job but like you were taken into this camp family, and I very much like that.”
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OBITUARIES KEVIN DEAN GRINWIS NOV 27, 1972 - FEB 24, 2013 Kevin Dean Grinwis died unHe was a wonderful son who expectedly February 24, 2013 was most at home in Adironat his home in Elizabethdacks that he dearly loved. town, New York. Born in He will be deeply missed by Plattsburgh, New York on his family and his many lovNovember 27, 1972 son of ing friends. Paul Grinwis and Mary JackIn addition to his parents he son Grinwis. He graduated is survived by his brother Jeffrom Elizabethtown Lewis frey Grinwis of Edmeston, Central School in 1991. Kevin New York and numerous attended Colby College and aunts, uncles, and cousins. graduated Phi Beta Kappa, A celebration of his life will Cum Laude from Skidmore be held at the convenience of College in 1996. In 2006 he the family at a later date. earned an MBA In finance In lieu of flowers, memorial from Boston University. donations may be made to Kevin worked for the Cobalt the charity of your choice. Group in Seattle, WashingArrangements are entrusted ton, Equity Residential in Ft. to W.M.Marvin's Sons FunerLauderdale, Florida, Omni al Home in Elizabethtown. Development in Albany, For online condolences New York and most recently please visit for Egglefield Ford in Raywww.wmmarvins.com brook, New York.
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KEENE — In a show with pizazz, gangsters, good girls, glamour and the music and tales of composer Frank Loesser, the production “Guys and Dolls” will come to the stage at Keene Central School March 22 and 23 at 7 p.m. The show will be headlined by Sam Balzac as Sky Masterson and Cassandra Day as Sarah Brown. The play follows their moving tale as both characters start out as complete opposites. Sky, a cool-cat gambler who wants nothing to do with love and Sarah, a straight laced do-gooder with the Salvation Army. The pair, in a story of turns, comedy, music and dance, fall madly in love. The 32 member cast is made up of a lot of fresh faces to the KCS theater department. “Most high school plays have predominantly female casts, so I didn’t think we could put on this play,” said play director and KCS Music teacher Lynn Dewalt. “Sam and Cassandra said they wanted this play and promised to deliver male cast members, and they did.”
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For Day, the play seemed like the perfect show. “It’s not too Disney and not too edgy,” Day said. “It’s a great love story, the whole family will enjoy the humor and the intense parts of the play.” Dewalt said the draw for Balzac was the Frank Sinatra jazz muSam Balzac and Cassandra Day act out a scene of Guys and Dolls. sic. For the guys it was Photo by Katherine Clark the wanna-be gangster and fun-loving gambler role they enjoyed. the North Country Ballet Ensemble, who “They were really willing to move guided the performers through two around and get into character of the gam- dances to the numbers, “Hot Box Girls,” blers of ill repute,” Dewalt said. “They are and “The Havana Song.” Audience members should expect a really fun to watch, they are having a blast minimalist set with a black back drop and with their scenes.” Day said people are going to enjoy see- a few scene props such as a news stand or taxi that were built by KCS teachers. Deing the new actors on stage. “They really stepped up when we need- walt said the actors will be the focus as ed a larger cast, these are actors who bare- they dance and make their presence ly ever sang before or had been in chorus known on the stage. “For the past five or six years they have and really stepped into their character’s been the main staple of the theater propersona,” Day said. Performances come alive with help from gram,” Dewalt said. “I will miss them when they graduate.” Terpsie Toon, a ballet educator, director, choreographer and former dancer from
First United Methodist Church - 63 Church Street, Saranac Lake, 891-3473 Adirondack Alliance Church - 72 Canaras Ave., SL, 8911383. Sharing the hope of Christ, building relationships with god. Sunday worship 10:00 a.m. with nursery care available. First Presbyterian Church PC(USA) - 57 Church Sreet, Saranac Lake, NY, 518-891-3401, Rev. Joann White. All Are Welcome Here! 9:45am Sunday Worship. Sunday School for All Ages. Nursery Care. 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study. Handicap Accessible & Hearing Assistance. www.saranaclakepresbyterianchurch.org Saranac Lake Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses - 5043 Rt. 3, Saranac Lake, 518-891-9233 Sunday Public Talk 10 a.m. followed by Watchtower Study 10:35 a.m. Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity - Worshipping at the First United Methodist Church at 63 Church St., Saranac Lake. Pastor Michael Richards presiding. 518-8915262. Services on Sunday mornings at 11:30 a.m. followed by coffee hour. Sunday School available. TUPPER LAKE United Community Church - 25 High Street, Tupper Lake, 359-9810 Holy Name Catholic Church - 114 Main Street, Tupper Lake, 359-9194 St. Alphonsus Church - 48 Wawbeek Avenue, Tupper Lake, 359-3405. St. Thomas Episcopal - 8 Brentwood Ave, Tupper Lake 359-9786 The Tupper Lake Baptist Chapel - Corner Lake & Mill Streets. 518-359-3402. Rev. Richard Wilburn. Sunday: Sunday School 9:00 a.m., Worship Service 10:00 a.m. Wednesday: Prayer Service 6:30 p.m. WADHAMS United Church of Christ - Sunday worship celebration at 11:00 a.m., Pastor Leon Hebrink. 962-8293 *For other ministry & discipleship opportunities see the Westport Federated Church schedule. WESTPORT Federated Church - The “Stone Church” on Main Street, Westport - Woship Celebration Sundays at 9:00 am with “Children’s Church.” Bible and book discussion fellowship at 6:00 pm Thursdays in the parsonage. 518-962-8293 / www.westptchurch.com “Come follow Jesus in the company of friends.” Westport Bible Church - 24 Youngs Road. 962-8247. Pastor Dick Hoff. Sunday Morning Worship 9:15 a.m. & 11 a.m.; Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Evening 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday Night Prayer 7 p.m.; Teen Club Saturday 6 p.m.; Olympian Club Sunday 5:30 p.m. (Sept. - May) Email: email@example.com St. Philip Neri Catholic Church - 6603 Main St., Father Francis Flynn, Pastor. Residence, 873-6760. Mass schedule:
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Lewis Family Farm sells land to CATS for preservation, trail corridor WESTPORT — Champlain Area Trails (CATS) purchased two parcels of land from the Lewis Family Farm that conserve important wildlife habitat and provide for public hiking trails. The larger 87-acre tract, located between Lakeshore and Angier Hill Roads in Westport, is the key woodland parcel linking Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest and Coon Mountain Nature Preserve. This secures essential habitat connectivity in the Split Rock Wildway wildlife corridor that connects Lake Champlain to the Adirondacks. The transaction also involved a 12-acre property in Essex with extensive frontage on the Boquet River. It contains riverside forest, riparian wildlife habitat, and an old farm field reverting to woods. Conserving these lands will protect the habitat and remove the threat of runoff from logging and farming too close to the river. “The Lewis Farm’s Westport property has been a long-time conservation target because it is where animals that prefer woodlands move between the largest protected forest on Lake Champlain and interior timberlands,” Chris Maron, CATS Executive Director said. “It also secures the opportunity to have a trail for people to hike or ski between two of the central Champlain Valley’s most popular natural areas.” Sandy Lewis said his family understood well the benefit of establishing a natural corridor for wildlife between the lake and
the mountains. “I was pleased to make the sale,” he said. “CATS is putting together some beautiful trails. This is a key property we sold them.” Protecting habitat connectivity is supported by the work of conservation biologists who have proven through the “Island Effect” that natural areas lose plant and animal species when they are not connected by natural habitat. The Lewis property is in a narrow forested corridor connecting Split Rock Wild Forest to Coon Mountain and the forests beyond. So if the Lewis property had been developed into houses or cleared of its trees, it would have seriously hindered wildlife movement and led to loss of species at these preserves. “We thank the Lewis Family Farm for contacting us when they considered selling these tracts,” said Maron. “We also thank Open Space Institute, Northeast Wilderness Trust, The Nature Conservancy, Adirondack Land Trust, Eddy Foundation, and the State of New York for protecting other key properties in the Split Rock Wildway and for articulating the importance of conserving habitat connectivity.” “We are especially pleased with this acquisition because it secures public access to these two properties,” CATS board chair, Katharine Preston, said. “We look forward to when people can hike or ski from Coon Mountain to Split Rock Wild Forest and then
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Budget sub-committee discusses sale of Essex County fairgrounds By Keith Lobdell
email@example.com WESTPORT — While plans for the 165th annual Essex County Fair are well into the works, the fate of future fairs may be up to the Essex County budget committee. Westport Supervisor Daniel Connell reported to members of the fair board last week that the budget committee had decided to recommend that the county sell the fairgrounds, with the option of a $1 sale to the town of Westport, where the grounds are located, or Agricultural Society not being an option. On March 11, Connell said he was told oth-
erwise during a county fairgrounds subcommittee meeting. "At the budget meeting, it seemed clear to me that we were not going to own the fairgrounds as of January 2014," Connell said. "Now, it seems that may not be the case." Budget committee chairman David Blades said that the fairgrounds was a topic of conversation at the last meeting. "That may be a possible option, but I do not know if it is going to be a viable option," Blades said. "We are going to look at every available possibility to save the county taxpayers and that is what we are doing right now is just looking. Nothing is set in stone. It is all up in the air right now."
Blades said that another factor in any sale of the fairgrounds is any restrictions that may be part of the deeds to the property. "Dan Manning is going to be looking at the deeds," he said. Connell said that the fairgrounds consisted of two properties that included the grounds and the Cornell Cooperative Extension building. "The two deeds are kind of intertwined," Connell said. "The county has always maintained ownership of the grounds, but the lease between the county and the Agricultural Society has gone back and forth. I have been part of this for 40 years and have gone through two lease agreements between the
CFES raffle helps fund mission of getting youth to college ESSEX — Having put 100,000 underserved youth on the college path, College For Every Student (CFES), a national nonprofit that helps low-income students get to and through college, is on a path of its own – to double the number of North Country students served by September 2013. “Every year dozens of schools reach out to CFES, wanting to ensure a brighter future for their students,” said CFES President and CEO Rick Dalton.“Yet limited funding forces us to deny thousands of deserving children the opportunity to benefit from the services and support CFES provides.” CFES intends to add 10 new schools in Essex, Clinton, Franklin, and St. Lawrence counties. As the only national nonprofit that works with both rural and urban youth, CFES has created a raffle to help generate the funding for these schools. “Businesses, as well as friends of CFES, have been extremely generous,” said Dalton of the raffle prize donations. “Already we have 30 prizes, ranging in value from $400 to $4,000.” Featured prizes include weeklong stays on Florida’s St. Joseph Bay, Southport Island on the Maine coast, and Lake Placid’s Mirror Lake in upstate New York. “The raffle drawing is unique in that it allows ticket holders the ability to rank their top prizes,” said Essex resident George Davis. “Unlike the lotto, it makes me feel like I have some control over the process.” Each raffle ticket costs $100 and 100 percent of every dollar raised will go directly to students in America’s neediest communities. “The $100-per-ticket-cost reflects the funding needed to support a year of programming for one student,” Dalton explained. “And if that isn’t incentive enough to buy a ticket, the incredible prizes should be!” Tickets can be purchased through the CFES office in Essex, New York, by calling 963-4500. For more information and a complete listing of prizes, visit collegefes.org.
Swine night set at Ward Lumber JAY — Ward Lumber is hosting a free Swine Night at their Jay Store location on Tuesday, March 26 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for anyone who is interested in raising pigs. The guest speaker is Steve Schaefer from Adirondack Heritage Hogs. Steve Schaefer has been raising heritage breed hogs and piglets since 2005 in Lewis with his wife and three children. His whole family is involved in the business and they strive to raise healthy pigs with family friendly demeanors. Their mission is to help supply quality pork or piglets to their community so they can raise them on their own. This seminar will focus on advanced pig farming. Topics will include breeding, birthing, weaning, marketing and castration. The event is free, and there will also be free pizza and refreshments. To register, go to WardLumber.com or call Kim at 946-2110, X120.
Double feature at Grange Hall WHALLONSBURG — On Saturday, March 16, the Champlain Valley Film Society offers a special double feature, with the 10 short films nominated for the Academy Awards for Best Animated and Best Live-Action shorts. Watch either show or both for one price and vote for your favorites. Showtime is 6 p.m. at Whallonsburg Grange Hall for the Animated shorts, with complimentary refreshments at 7:30 p.m. and Live-Action shorts at 8 p.m. Admission is adults: $10, Under 18 $5. For more, visit cvfilms.org.
two sides." Connell said that the agreements have varied from the Agricultural Society leasing the grounds for an entire year to the current lease, which runs only for the week of the fair. However, Connell said that society gives a lot more to the county when it comes to the grounds than just a rent check. "The society has put thousands of dollars into the infrastructure of those grounds," he said. "But all of that work and money put into improving the fairgrounds is something that does not show up as a revenue in the county budget."
Connect New York Grants awarded to Jay, Wilmington
It was a special Saturday at the Post Office in Essex when Susie Drinkwine paid a visit and received an autographed quilt signed by more than 100 well-wishers. Susie has taken some time off from running the Post Office, and those wishing her well were happy to see her looking so well and are hoping to see her on the other side of the counter very soon.
Annual community dinner set WILMINGTON — The date has been set for the 28th Annual Wilmington Community Dinner. The public is invited to attend this year ’s event which will take place on Tuesday, March 19 at the Hungry Trout Restaurant in Wilmington. This annual dinner is a way to break the “cabin fever” allowing residents the chance to socialize with their neighbors and meet those who are new to the town. In addition, a very special part of the evening is when the Wilmington Citizen of the Year will be honored. This year ’s recipient is the well deserving Robert Hockert. A quote from his nomination form reads, “Bob has been volunteering for many community events in the 10-plus years he has
School staff to lead discussion WADHAMS — The First of the Spring season of Wednesday night lectures at the Wadhams Free Library takes place on March 20 (the first day of spring) at 7:30 p.m. with "The Future of Education." Presenters Robin Gucker, Kristin Fiegl, Dari Brennan and Kathleen Morse faculty and staff of the Lakeside School, a preschool through third grade Waldorf school at the Black Kettle Farm in Essex, where birth to grade three education based on the Waldorf philosophy and biodynamic farming come together so children and their families can participate in education, the arts, movement, agricultural cycles, and stewardship of the land. As always the presentation is free and open to the public.
Tom and Neil to perform JAY — Roots musicians Tom Akstens and Neil Rossi will perform a very special concert at the JEMS concert series at the Amos and Julia Ward Theater in Jay on Saturday, March 23, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 and will be available at the door. Akstens, who lives in upstate New York and Rossi, who lives in Vermont, attended high school together near Boston and first joined up in a touring folk music review called, "Hootenanny '63," which played throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire during the folk music boom.
Skating Club to perform PLATTSBURGH — The Skating Club of the Adirondacks will present "Snow White's Magical Adventures on Ice," at the
lived here. He has done movies at the beach, served on the Waterfront Revitalization Committee, Destination Master Plan, Bike Fest Chairman, which is hundreds of hours. He has served every year on the Wilmington Christmas Celebration committee. He currently serves on the ROOST Board of Directors as a voice for Wilmington. I have personally sat next to Bob in various meetings over the last 6 years which he has donated hundreds of hours to the betterment of Wilmington. I cannot think of anyone more deserving.” Those wishing to attend the dinner are asked to rsvp by March 11 by calling Michelle at 946-2255. The dinner is $20 per person and starts with cocktails at 6 p.m.
SUNY Plattsburgh Field House for two shows on Saturday, March 23. Shows will be at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., and tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students and senior citizens, and free for kids four and younger.
Historical Association event set PERU — Jackie Madison, president of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association, uses her own family to illustrate the African American journey from the time of President Lincoln to the era of President Obama. She traces her family from slavery in South Carolina, and the farm her ancestor was able to buy after the Civil War, through the Jim Crow decades in the South, to the Civil Rights movement led by Martin Luther King, Jr., to the present day. From Slavery to Citizenship: One family's story of the impact of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Barack Obama on ordinary African Americans," will be presented at 5 p.m., Sunday, March 24 at the Peru Free Library, with Free admission. For more information, call at 8345180 or visit northcountryundergroundrailroad.com.
Poetry open mic at Belden ESSEX — On Wednesday, March 27, at 7 p.m., the Belden Noble Library will host a Poetry Open Mic night, open to every kind of poet and every kind of poetry. Share your work in a relaxed atmosphere of poetry lovers. It is free and open to the public. For info call Tom Mangano,librarian at 963-8079 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Essex County officials are most pleased with Governor Cuomo’s recent announcement of the Connect New York Grants. Of the 25 million allocated throughout the state, $557,000 will go to expand broadband service to areas of Jay and Wilmington. The project is a private/public partnership with charter communications who is the licensed franchised cable television operator for Jay and Wilmington. The broadband expansion will include building 27 miles of extension to the Charter Communications 750 mhz hybrid fiber-coax network to the unserved areas of Ausable Acres in the Town of Jay and Lenny Preston Road in the Town of Wilmington. The purpose of the grant initiatives is to bring last mile, high speed internet access to everyone in the state. Many times, last mile construction is not constructed due to the cost of providing the service. However, recent initiatives by the state to improve the economy in rural areas has recognized the importance of bringing broadband to these communities and leveling the playing field. Town of Jay Supervisor Randy Douglas has been working on the broadband expansion since taking office in 2004. “I couldn’t be more pleased of the Governor ’s announcement to bring broadband to Ausable Acres,” he said. “It is something that I have personally worked on for a very long time. It makes our area a more attractive place to live, work and play. We received over 30 letters of support from residents when writing the application. I feel that their overwhelming support helped lead to a successful application.” “We are very happy with being awarded the grant which will help residents who telecommute and own small businesses in their homes,” Supervisor Randy Preston of the Town of Wilmington said. “This was truly a team effort, Garrett Dague of the Community Resources Office and Tom Cohan of Charter Communications provided the lion’s share of the work in developing the application,” Community Resources Director Michael Mascarenas said. “We couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome and appreciate the support we received from the North Country Economic Development Council.”
Pre-season market trainings set WESTPORT — Cornell Cooperative Extension’s pre-season Market Trainings are coming up. Sessions will be offered in Clinton/Essex County Saturday, March 16 at the Ausable Valley Grange, 1749 Main Street in Keeseville, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. “Am I Covered?—Insurance for Direct Marketers, how much is enough?” Star Bashaw from Nationwide Insurance will answer questions about insurance and provide practical tips all direct marketers need to know. There is a $15 fee, with lunch included. For more information or to register, contact Laurie Davis at 962-4810, ext 404 or email Laurie at email@example.com.
Music at Wells Memorial UPPER JAY — An Afternoon With Skip Smithson & Jeff Rendinaro will be held Sunday, March 17, at 2 p.m. at Wells Memorial Library, 12230 NYS Route 9N, Upper Jay. The concert is free and open to the public.
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AuSable Valley Lady Patriots are Final Four bound! By Keith Lobdell
firstname.lastname@example.org CLINTONVILLE — At the beginning of their practice March 11, Roger Long put the accomplishments of his AuSable Valley Lady Patriots basketball team into perspective. "You are one of only four teams left out of 156 Class C schools in the state," he told his team. "There are only 20 teams playing basketball this weekend out of 750 schools throughout the state. Everyone is going to be really good at this level." Indeed, that includes the Lady Patriots (19-2), who proved just how good they were when they scored a 48-43 victory over topranked and defending state champion Hoosic Valley March 9. "Our philosophy is that you are not going to shut down a scorer, but you have to be able to shut the players down around that scorer," Long said about the game plan against the Indians. The plan worked as Cassidy Chapko scored 29 points, more than half of her team’s total offense, as the rest of the Indians squad was held to 14 points. "We were able to shut down the MVP of the Section II playoffs," Long said about Kim Kocienski, who did not score in the game. For the Patriots, Logan Snow led the team with 20 points, including seven straight during a key 9-0 run in the second period. "There is no question that she stepped up for us," Long said. "She took advantage of the spacing on the floor and made some difficult shots that ignited our run." Meghan Strong added nine points, while Taylor Saltus scored seven, Madison Rondeau six, Madison McCabe three, Sierra Snow two and Haley Taylor one. Long said that he was pleased his team was able to win and advance to the state final four, where they will play Section V's Bishop Kearney Saturday, March 16, at 2:15 p.m. at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy. "I am extremely proud of the girls and the opportunity that has been put in front of them," Long said. "It is a trip that I will be able to enjoy through them. They deserve to be here." Long said that the week of preparation started out Monday, March 11, dealing with things like media requests and paperwork required by the state. "We have had to deal with paperwork, hotel plans, bus scheduling, roster forms, setting up practice times and everything else that we need to be ready for when we get down there," Long said. "The rest of the week is about working on the things we need to do based on the personnel that we are going to see."
Class C/ Region II champion AuSable Valley (19-2) Head coach: Roger Long
Meghan Strong Sophomore, #1
14.1 PPG, 4.0 APG, 3.1 RPG, 3.4 SPG
Jeanna Manning Sophomore, #10
Madison Rondeau Sophomore, #15
What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It means the world to me. This is really exciting.
6.7 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 1.8 SPG
1.6 PPG, 1.4 RPG
Logan Snow Junior, #11
8.5 PPG, 1.0 RPG, 6.7 RPG, 2.5 SPG
Sierra Snow Senior, #20
3.1 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 1.4 SPG
Madison McCabe Eighth grade, #30
4.0 PPG, 2.4 RPG
What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: Its exciting for me, especially as an eighth grader.
Sydney Snow Freshman, #33
1.0 PPG, 0.5 SPG
Nicole SantaMaria Sophomore, #40
What is your first basketball memory: Having my dad be my coach in elementary school. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It is an awesome feeling because we are the first basketball team from AuSable Valley to do this.
What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: This is my last year playing so it means a lot to get this far.
What is your first basketball memory: Playing for Keeseville Elementary School in third grade. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It means a lot to be here being a freshman and watching this team and all that they did to come this far.
What is your first basketball memory: Playing at Holy Name School.
What is your first basketball memory: We had too much fun on the Road Runners. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It is pretty awesome to have the chance to be up on varsity with these girls.
What is your first basketball memory: Playing in elementary school with the Pink Panthers. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It is really exciting because this is the first time that a girls team has done this. It is nice knowing that you will be remembered for that.
Taylor Saltus Junior, #5
11.4 PPG, 2.2 APG, 5.9 RPG, 4.6 SPG
Haley Taylor Senior, #12
3.4 PPG, 1.0 APG, 7.9 RPG, 1.9 SPG
What is your first basketball memory: Just playing basketball whenever I could as a little kid.
What is your first basketball memory: Playing in AAU tournaments and winning most of them.
Lady Lions fall to Hammond
POTSDAM — The Elizabethtown-Lewis Lady Lions are hoping not to return here any time soon. After losing a heartbreaking 1-0 overtime loss to Chateauguay in the Class D soccer regional finals in November, the Lady Lions returned to town to face Hammond in the Class D regional basketball semifinal March 5, this time falling to the Red Devils, 47-31. Junior Lily Whalen led the Lions (19-2) with 15 points to go with four rebounds, three steals and one assist. Junior Shonna Brooks scored eight points along with two steals, two blocks, one rebound and one assist. Sophomore Jasmin Barnes added seven points, seven rebounds, one steal and one block, while freshman Emma Disogra scored the final point of the season for the Lions while grabbing a pair of rebounds. Senior Kearsten Ashline led the Lions with eight rebounds to go along with two assists, two steals and two blocked shots. Senior Kylee Cassavaugh added four assists and a pair of steals, while junior Savannah Graves had two rebounds and senior Crystal Grady had one rebound. Junior Angel Barnes had three rebounds to go with one assist, one steal and one block.
What is your first basketball memory: Playing for Holy Name when I was in third grade. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: Coming up from junior varsity and getting the chance to play with this team and see how much they have accomplished.
What is your first basketball memory: My dad coaching me in basketball.
Patriot boys ousted in regional final
PLATTSBURGH — The AuSable Valley Patriots were able to win the odd quarters against the Lake George Warriors in the Class C regional finals March 9. However, halves and games end on even quarters, as the Warriors used those to score a 58-42 win. The Patriots were led by Douglas, who scored a total of 19 points in the game. Austin Depo and Zach Cosgrove each added seven points, while Nate Casey had four, Austin Facteau three and Nick McDonald two.
What is your first basketball memory: In fifth grade when we won the Missing Children's Tournament and I won my first MVP award. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It is what I have been working for since day one of my career at AuSable Valley.
Bryce Douglas Junior, #44
2.3 PPG, 3.0 RPG
What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: This is something that our school has not done for a while, and I am glad that this is happening for our seniors.
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Vanessa Garrow Freshman, #23
Shelby Bourgeois Sophomore, #35
What is your first basketball memory: At Holy Name School when Meghan, Bryce and I would run the fast break. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: I didn't even expect to make it this far. We are always going to fight for what we want.
What is your first basketball memory: When I started playing basketball in third grade at Keeseville Elementary School. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It is an unbelievable feeling. I am flabbergasted. Words cannot describe how excited I am. What is your first basketball memory: Playing in elementary school at Au Sable Forks. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: It means the world to me knowing that I was able to be a part of something like this this early in high school.
What is your first basketball memory: Playing for the Pink Panthers in third grade. What does it mean to be going to the NYSPHSAA Final Four: I think that it is really exciting to be the first from the school and getting the chance to come up from JV and be part of this team.
The opponent: Bishop Kearney, Section V (16-8) March 16, 2:15 p.m. Hudson Valley C.C., Troy Skyler Gaunsey-Jones - Sr. #11
12.8 PPG, 8.1 RPG, 5.0 SPG Princella McCullough - So. #22 8.8 PPG, 10.7 RPG, 3.0 BPG Kharysma Bryant - So. #0 7.7 PPG, 2.6 SPG Emmanualla Edoka - Jr. #35 7.6 PPG, 11.9 RPG, 4.4 BPG Sheila Hawkes - Jr. #15 5.3 PPG, 5.2 APG, 2.2 SPG Arianne Smith - Fr. #5 4.8 PPG, 3.7 SPG Winner plays either Alexander Hamilton or Harpursville Sunday, March 17, at 1:45 p.m.
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Jamming for a cause at the Upper Jay Arts Center with Athena Pepe By Shaun Kittle
email@example.com UPPER JAY — Athena Pepe went to Nairobi, Africa, when she was just 10 years old. Her mother brought her there to do volunteer work at an orphange where a lot of the children’s parents had died from AIDS. She left with a sense of purpose, the importance of helping others had become clear, and the memories of the living conditions made her want to do more. “What I saw was extreme poverty,” Pepe said. “There were little kids walking miles and miles to get water they had to strain the mud out of for their families.” That was almost 10 years ago. Today, Pepe is a senior at Keene Central School. When it came time for Pepe to do her senior legacy project—a project that gets students to leave a legacy by helping others—her thoughts went back to Nairobi. She remembered a presentation Keela Grimmette, founder and executive director of Reason 2 Smile in Lake Placid, gave at her school a couple years ago. Pepe learned that the non-profit organization focuses on helping kids in developing countries, specifically orphaned and at-risk children. So she contacted Grimmette, and devised a
way to help. On Sunday, March 17, from 2 to 6 p.m., January Jams will return to the Upper Jay Arts Center, but this time, it’s for a cause. There is a $5 suggested donation, with all proceeds going toward Reason 2 Smile. Musicians of all skill levels can sign up and perform and, halfway through the event, Grimmette will give a presentation to explain what Reason 2 Smile is all about. “I think in order to appreciate what you do have, it’s important to see what other people don’t have,” Pepe said. “Even if people can’t give much money, I think it would be good to see her presentation anyway, just to know.” Grimmette started Reason 2 Smile in 2007, shortly after volunteering at Jambo Jipya school in Mtwapa, a fishing village located in Kenya, Africa. Like Pepe, the experience left her with memories that inspired her to take action. “She (Pepe) has a real personal connection to that country,” Grimmette said. “She said she was very excited to soak things up, which was interesting for me to hear—for a kid that young to have experiences like that.” In Kenya there are free public schools, but children must have a school uniform and books to attend, requirements many families simply cannot afford. A Kenyan woman named Christine Mwende began helping local families send their children
to school, but soon realized that she could help a lot more people by opening her own school. In 2004, Jambo Jipya was created. The school provides everything for the kids—school uniform, shoes, supplies, two meals a day and health care. Grimmette taught first graders there for 10 weeks in 2007, and realized that the school would have to close if it didn’t start receiving some funding. “The biggest thing was, I developed a really close relationship with the kids in a very short period of time,” Grimmette said. One of those relationships was with a little boy who lived in a mud hut with his brother and grandmother, who made money producing and selling an illegal alcoholic drink to locals. Grimmette would visit the family on the weekends, and never forgot what she saw there. The hut had a mud floor and its roof was made of coconut branches and leaves. There was broken glass everywhere. “If I could know it was just this family living like this, maybe I could wrap my head around it and move on,” Grimmette said. “But I know it’s not. As I’m driving I’m seeing more mud huts and little kids with hardly any clothes in, walking in bare feet, and I know this is happening to hundreds and thousands of kids.” Grimmette couldn’t just walk away. She now does a lot of presentations, telling stories and showing videos and photographs to
show others the conditions she witnessed first hand. She encourages people to help others through Reason 2 Smile and informs them that, for $18 a month, they can cover all associated costs of education—food, health care, clothing and two meals a day—for a child. The organization recently began helping another school in Nairobi, too, and also provides aid to an orphanage. Once a year, Grimmette visits Africa to meet with the students and their teachers, and once a year she receives letters from the children whose lives she’s impacting. “They realize that every little thing that is given to them is because someone else cares about them,” Grimmette said. Looking forward, Grimmette also said there will be a World Music Festival at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts on May 4 to benefit Reason 2 Smile. The all-ages event will include workshops, a Kenyan marketplace, and different kinds of dance and music from all over the world, including clogging, Irish step dance, zumba, African drumming and Yoga. The UVM Topcats, an all-male acappella group, and the reggae band Robanic, from Saratoga Springs, will also perform. For more information, visit reason2smile.org.
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This Month in History - MARCH 16th - Professor Robert Goddard launches the first liquid fuel rocket. (1926) 17th - The rubber band was invented. Can you imagine life without them!?! (1845) 19th - Congress approves Daylight Savings Time. (1918) 21st - The infamous Alcatraz prison is closed. (1963)
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LENDER ORDERED LAND SALE! 8 ACRES - $19,900. Mix of woods & fields, niceviews! Less than 3.5 hrs NY City! Call 1-888-701-1864 www.NewYorkLandandLakes.com
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR RENT Elizabethtown, 4 Room office with bathroom and closet, reception area, in-floor heat, fire place, off street parking, . Near County Government Center. $700. per month, utilities included. 518-578-7916 WESTPORT: OFFICE SUITES. Fully furnished w/ cubicles, desks, computer & phone hook-ups. 720 sq. ft. Lake views. Contact Jim Forcier @ 518962-4420.
Reach us also at www.etownthrift.org. Find us on facebook or email email@example.com, phone 518-873-6518 or by mail; Elizabethtown Thrift Shop, PO Box 361, Elizabethtown, NY 12932 Chasm Rd, KeeSec. of State designatsidered a serious matLEGALS seville, NY, 12944. ed agent of LLC upon ter and may result in VN-2/9-3/16/13-6TCwhom process against disqualification. 40760 it may be served and Contracts with 0% Valley News ----------------------------shall mail process to: Goals are generally Kevin Fountain, 480 single operation conLegal Deadline NOTICE OF Mirror Lake Dr., Lake tracts, where sub-conFORMATION OF Placid, NY 12946, tracting is not expectMonday @ 3:00pm LIMITED LIABILIty principal business ed, and may present Please Send Legals COMPANY ( LLC ) address. Purpose: direct bidding opportuBy EMAIL To: Name: Reber Rock any lawful activity. nities for Small BusiFarm, LLC Articles of VN-3/2-4/6/13-6TCness Firms, including, firstname.lastname@example.org Organization filed with 40810 but not limited to, the Secretary of State ----------------------------D/W/MBEs. of New York ( SSNY ) The Contractor must NOTICE OF on 2/5/13 Office Loca- SEALED BIDS will be comply with the ReguFORMATION OF tion: Essex County. received as set forth in lation relative to nonADK PROPERTIES, The SSNY is desiginstructions to bidders discrimination in fedLLC nated as agent of the until 10:30 a.m. on erally-assisted proNotice is hereby given LLC upon whom March 28, 2013 at the grams of the USDOT of the formation of process against it may NYSDOT, Contract 49 CFR 21. ADK Properties, LLC, be served. SSNY Management Bureau, Please call (518) 457a domestic limited liashall mail a copy of 50 WOLF RD, 1ST 3583 if a reasonable bility company. Artiany process to the FLOOR, SUITE 1CM, accommodation is cles of Organization LLC at: 1699 Jersey ALBANY, NY 12232 needed to participate filed with the SecreSt, Essex, NY 12936. and will be publicly in the letting. tary of State of New VN-2/16-3/23/13-6TCopened and read. BIDDERS SHOULD York on January 15, 40764 A certified or cashier’s BE ADVISED THAT 2013. New York office ----------------------------check payable to the AWARD OF THESE location: Essex CounNYS Dept. of TransCONTRACTS MAY ty. Secretary of State NOTICE OF portation for the sum BE CONTINGENT is designated as agent FORMATION OF specified in the proUPON THE upon whom process LIMITED LIABILITY posal or a bid bond, PASSAGE OF A against the LLC may COMPANY ( LLC ) FORM CONR 391, B U D G E T be served. Secretary Covered Bridge Realrepresenting 25% of A P P R O P R I AT I O N of State shall mail a ty, LLC Articles of the bid total, must BILL BY THE copy of any process Organization filed with accompany each bid. LEGISLATURE AND against the LLC the Secretary of State Bids may also be subGOVERNOR OF THE served upon him/her of New York on Janmitted via the internet STATE OF NEW to 56 Payson Path, uary 14, 2013. using Bid Express YORK West Yarmouth, Office Location: Essex ( w w w. b i d x . c o m ) . Reg. 01, Sam Zhou, M a s s a c h u s e t t s County. The SSNY NYSDOT reserves the Acting Regional Direc02673. Purpose: To is designated as agent right to reject any or all tor, 50 Wolf Rd, engage in any lawful of the LLC upon bids. Albany, NY act or activity. whom process against Electronic documents 12232 VN-2/9-3/16/13-6TCit may be served. can be obtained from D262312, PIN 40746 SSNY shall mail a the NYSDOT Plan 1809.29, Albany, ----------------------------copy of any process to Sales Unit,50 Wolf Essex, Greene, Rensthe LLC at :1037 Point Road, 1st Floor, Suite selaer, Saratoga, SchMOTO SPARES, LLC Rd, Willsboro, NY 1PS, Albany, NY enectady, Warren & Articles of Org. filed 12996. 12232, (518)457Washington Cos., NY Sec. of State Purpose: To engage in 2124);the Region of Installation of traffic (SSNY) 1/15/13. any lawful act or activrecord; or Bid signals at various Office in Essex Co. ity. Express.Electronic locations., Bid Deposit SSNY desig. agent of VN-2/16-3/23/13-6TCdocuments can be $150,000.00, Plans on LLC upon whom 40765 obtained from the CDs $10, plus $8 process may be ----------------------------NYSDOT Plan Sales Postage. served. SSNY shall Unit,50 Wolf Road, 1st Goals: MBE/WBE 13 mail copy of process HAPPY CAMPERS Floor, Suite 1PS, 7% to 84 Airport Rd., PLAY CAFE, LLC Albany, NY 12232, D262311, PIN Keene Valley, NY Articles of Org. filed (518)457-2124);the 1809.28, F.A. Proj. , 12943. Purpose: Any NY Sec. of State Region of record; or Albany, Essex, lawful purpose. (SSNY) 2/13/13. Bid Express. Greene, Rensselaer, VN-2/9-3/16/13-6TCOffice in Essex Co. No Amendments are Saratoga, Schenec40756 SSNY desig. agent of included on the CD. tady, Warren & Wash----------------------------LLC upon whom Amendments are ington Cos., Durable process may be posted at www.dot.ny. Pavement Markings at NOTICE OF served. SSNY shall g o v / d o i n g Various Locations FORMATION OF mail copy of process business/opportuniWhere and When LIMITED LIABILITY to 1991 Saranac Ave., ties/const-notices and They are Needed., Bid COMPANY ( LLC ) Lake Placid, NY Bid Express. The ConDeposit $150,000.00, Name: Ausable Brew12946, which is also tractor is responsible NO PLANS, Proposing Company LLC Artithe principal business for ensuring that all als on CDs $10, plus cles of Organization location. Purpose: Amendments are $8 Postage. filed with the SecreAny lawful purpose. incorporated into its Goals: DBE 0% tary of State of New VN-2/23-3/30/13-6TCbid. VN-3/9-3/16/13-2TCYork ( SSNY ) on 40789 NYS Finance Law 40816 01/10/2013. Office ----------------------------restricts communica----------------------------Location: Essex tion with NYSDOT on County. The SSNY is NOTICE OF FORMAprocurements and NOTICE OF designated as agent TION OF TEMPEST contact can only be FORMATION OF of the LLC upon HOLDINGS LLC. made with designated LIMITED LIABILITY whom process against Arts. of Org. filed with persons. Contact with COMPANY. NAME: it may be served. NY Dept. of State on non-designated per1555 EAST 96TH SSNY shall mail a 1/14/13. Office loca- sons or other involved STREET LLC. Articles copy of any process to tion: Essex County. Agencies will be conof Organization were the LLC at: 765 Mace
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filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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 Luigi Arlia, 9515 Avenue N, Brooklyn, New York 11236. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/9-4/13/20136TC-40841 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 1747 LOCH LEVEN COURT LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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 Filippo Arlia, 9516 Avenue M, Brooklyn, New York 11236. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/9-4/13/20136TC-40842 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 278 SACKETT STREET LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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 Luigi Arlia, 9515 Avenue N, Brooklyn, New York 11236. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/9-4/13/20136TC-40843 ----------------------------NOTICE OF OF FORMATION LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 284 SACKETT STREET LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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 Luigi Arlia, 9515 Avenue N, Brooklyn, New York 11236. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/9-4/13/20136TC-40844 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 664 LIBERTY AVENUE LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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 Filippo Arlia, 9516 Avenue M, Brooklyn, New York 11236. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/9-4/13/20136TC-40845 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 666 LIBERTY AVENUE LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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 Filippo Arlia, 9516 Avenue M, Brooklyn, New York 11236. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/9-4/13/20136TC-40846 ----------------------------TOWN OF W E S T P O R T PLANNING BOARD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please be advised the Town of Westport Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing, Wednesday, March 27, 2013, 7:00 P.M. at the Town Hall, 22 Champlain Avenue, Westport, New York for the purpose of considering the following project:
$16,000 For more information, call 518-578-2501 Heather Liberi - Tax Map No. 66.66-610.000 Special Permit for construction of new Single family dwelling in V-BUS District within Special Village Center District. William Plamer - Tax Map No. 66.2-130.112- Special Permit to locate Single-Wide mobile home RR-5 District. William Johnston Chairman Town of Westport Planning Board Dated: March 1, 2013 VN-3/16/13-1TC40851 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: ADIRONDACK ACRES, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/28/13. Office location: Essex 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, 4005 NYS 22, Willsboro, New York 12996. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. VN-3/16-4/20/13-6TC40861 ----------------------------LAWN MOWING & OUTSIDE MAINTENANCE PROPOSALS The Essex County IDA is seeking proposals for lawn mowing and outside maintenance services for our office building located at 7566 Court Street in Elizabethtown. Proposals must be submitted no later than 4:00PM on March 29, 2013 to Jody Olcott, Essex County IDA, PO Box 217, Elizabethtown NY 12932 or by fax at 873-2011. Proposals should include a set price for lawn mowing as well as an hourly price for other services/outside maintenance (which may include raking and leaf disposal, landscaping, etc.). Person(s) interested in submitting a proposal can contact Jody Olcott, Co-Executive Director at 8739114 to discuss prop-
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erty size and outside maintenance areas. Certificate of insurance will be required from contractor when proposal is awarded. Insurance requirements are as follows: (1) Workers Compensation and Occupational Disease Insurance in accordance with the applicable law or laws; Employer s Liability Insurance. This is not required for sole proprietorships; and (2) Commercial General Liability with a combined Bodily Injury and Property Damage limit of not less than One Million ($1,000,000.00) dollars per occurrence and Three Million ($3,000,000.00) in the aggregate. The aggregate must be applicable on a per project basis. Coverage must include the following perils: Broad Form Blanket Contractual Liability for liability assumed under this Contract and all other Contracts relative to the project, Completed Operations/Products Liability, Broad Form Property Damage, Personal and Advertising Injury Liability and Independent Contractors. The Essex County IDA reserves the right to reject any and all proposals not considered to be in the best interest of the Essex County IDA, and to waive any technical and formal defect in the proposals which is considered by the Essex County IDA to be merely irregular, immaterial or unsubstantial. Please take further notice that the Essex County IDA affirmatively states that in regard to any contract entered into pursuant to this notice, without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, sexual preference or Vietnam veteran status, disadvantaged and minority or women -owned business enterprises will be afforded equal opportunity to submit proposals in response hereto. VN,TT-3/16/13-1TC40868 -----------------------------
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www.valleynewsadk.com MORRISONVILLE 4 BR/2.5 BA, Single Family Home, 1,920 square feet, bulit in 1998, Colonial Cape, attached 2 car garage, gas fireplace, finished basement, large fenced in backyard with above ground swimming pool on corner lot. Located in Morrisonville in the Saranac School District. Great Family Neighborhood. $229,500 Call 518 -726-0828 Dfirenut@gmail.com
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BILL’S BODY SHOP 390 Military Turnpike, Plattsburgh, NY 643-8591
2006 650 H1XT Arctic Cat Prowler Side-By-Side w/extras, $5500. 4 Brand New 25x12 Polaris Tires on Rims, $550. 518-585-2803
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1995 SKI-DOO Elan, good condition, low mileage, $800. 518-4944506
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3.7L V6, 6 SPD.. A AUTO, PP/WIN P/WINDOWS, NDOW DOWS, LOC LOCKS OCKS & M MIRRORS, I RO IRR ORS, RS 88’’ BBED BED, ED, SY ED SSYNC YNC SYS SYSTE SYSTEM, TEM EM FOG LAMPS
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ECO-BOOST, 6 SPD, AUTO, POWER SEAT, SIRIUS, CD, CHROME PKG.
Offer ends 4/1/13
MSRP $32,105 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* -$1,000 Ford Retail Cust. Cash -$2,000 Dealer Discount -$1,110
k. #EP199 #EP EP199 EP1 99 Stk.
MSRPP $39,820 $39 8220 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* -$1,000 Ford Retail Cust. Cash -$2,500 Dealer Discount -$2,325
Off O ffer ends endds 4/1/13 4/11 4/1 Offer
#EPP153 Stk. #EP153
MSRP $$41,940 $41 9440 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* -$1,000 Ford Retail Cust. Cash -$2,500 Dealer Discount -$2,445
Offfer ends end 4/1/13 Offer
NEW 2012 FORD E250 CARGO VAN
NEW 2013 FORD F350 REG CAB 4X4
NEW 2012 FORD F350 4X4 DRW CHASSIS CAB
V8, AIR, CRUISE, PP/WINDOWS, /WINDO OWS, LOCKS, M MIRR MIRRORS, RRORS O , RACKS & RIMS
6.2LL V8,, 6 SPD. AUTO, ELEC. LLOCKING OCKING REA REAR, AR, PLOW PKG., POWER GR GROUP
6.7L DIESEL, 6 SPD. AUTO, PPOWER O R GROU OWE GROUP, ROUP, ROU OU U 13,300 GV GVW VW PPKG., KG., CAB ST STEPS, TEPS, CRUISE
Stk. #HSN460 460
MSRP Ford Retail Cust. Cash Dealer Discount
Offer Of ends en 4/1/13
$29,595 -$2,500 -$1,100
Stk. #EP226 #EP2 P226
MSRP $36,715 $36 715 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* -$500 Ford Retail Cust. Cash -$1,000 Ford Credit Cust. Cash -$500 Dealer Discount -$1,720
Offer ends 4/1/13
Stk. #EN581 81
$44 44 980 MSRP $44,980 Ford Credit Bonus Cash* -$1,500 Ford Cust. Cash -$3,000 Ford Comm. Upfit -$750 Dealer Discount -$1,735
Offe Off Offer er ends 4/1/13
*Requires Ford Credit financing and approval. All customers may not qualify. Ford programs subject to change.
24 - Valley News - CV
March 16, 2013
GREEN DAYS BRAND
2013 DODGE ODGE DART SE
Stock #AN161 Deep Cherry Red Automatic 4 Cylinder inder Heated & Power Seats ats S Appearance Pkg. Fog Lamps Sirius
2013 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB
Stock #AN99 • $37,785 85
Everybody’s Price Consumer Cash NE Truck Bonus Truck Bonus Trade Assist Bonus*
Everybody’s Price Consumer Cash NE Truck Bonus Truck Bonus Trade Assist Bonus*
Bright White, 5.7L Hemi, Auto., 20” Wheels, Dual Exhaust, Hitch, Spray-in Bedliner, Chrome Clad Wheels
$35,961 961 750 -$1,750 500 -$500 0000 -$1,000 -$1,000 0000 00
Stock #AN180 • $36,025 Everybody’s Price $34,402 Consumer Cash -$500 Trade Assist Bonus* -$1,000
Black, Black Bl ck, k 55.7L .7L 7L Hemi H Hemi, emi, Aut Auto Auto., o., 20 20” W Wheels, heels, heel ls, Dual Exhaust, Hitch, Back-up Camera, Sirius, Chrome Clad Wheels
*Must trade in a vehicle.
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Located just 1/4 mile south of Cobble Hill Golf Course on Route 9 in Elizabethtown.
RAM 2500 REG CAB 4X4
*Must trade in a vehicle.
Court Street • Elizabethtown, NY
75 months, 3.29%, $1,999 down, tax & title extra, must qualify for interest rate, rebate included.
Stock #AN153 • $36,2100
MSRP $27,785 Stock #AN135 True Blue Sirius Automatic 6 Cylinder er Stow ‘n Go® Seats Power Sliding Doors Power Liftgate 3 Zone Temp Control
2013 RAM 1500 CREW CAB
EXPRESS 4X4 $34,589 -$1,250 -$500 -$1,000 -$1,000
2013 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT
75 months, 3.29%, $1,999 down, tax & title extra, must qualify for interest rate, rebate included.
75 months, 3.29%, $1,999 down, tax & title extra, must qualify for interest rate.
2013 CHRYSLER YSLER 200 TOURING MSRP P $23,780
MSRP $18,885 Stock #AN113 Bright Silver Automatic 4 Cylinder Power Windows A/C 34 MPG Highway
Mineral Gray, 5.7L Hemi, Auto., Spray-in Bedliner, Trailer Brake Control, Class V Hitch & Wiring, On/Off Road Tires, PW, PL
*Must trade in a vehicle.
Prices good through April 1, 2013. Tax, title extra. Must qualify for low financing if available. Low financing in lieu of rebate. Photos are for illustration purposes only.
7440 U.S. Rt. 9 Elizabethtown, NY
2007 Chrysler Aspen AWD
2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring
2012 Hyundai Accent GS
Stk#AN114A • $18,999 White, 5.7 Hemi, Leather Heated Seats, Navigation, DVD, Moonroof
Stk#AM290A • $14,980 Red, 7 Passenger, 6 Cyl., Swivel N Go Seats, Leather, DVD, Approx. 67,000 miles
Stk#AN100A • $15,977 Black, 4 Cylinder, Automatic, 15,000 miles
69 Months @ 4.49% • Tax, Title Extra. Must be approved at Tier 1 Rate to qualify.
72 Months @ 3.99% • Tax, Title Extra. Must be approved at Tier 1 Rate to qualify.
72 Months @ 3.74% • Tax, Title Extra. Must be approved at Tier 1 Rate to qualify.
2009 Dodge Journey SXT
2011 Jeep Patriot Latitude 4x4
2010 Dodge Caliber SXT
Stk#AM275A • $14,888 Tan, 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Front Wheel Drive, Approx. 45,000 miles
Stk#AN173A • $18,397 Black, 4 Cylinder, Heated Seats, Approx. 43,000 miles
Stk#AP1251 • $14,800 White, 4 Cylinder, Automatic, Approx. 33,000 miles
75 Months @ 3.84% • Tax, Title Extra. Must be approved at Tier 1 Rate to qualify.
72 Months @ 3.74% • Tax, Title Extra. Must be approved at Tier 1 Rate to qualify.
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