Daily Archives: October 3, 2012

Prior Immunity to the Flu – Critical to Preventing Secondary Infections

Saranac Lake, N.Y.—October 3, 2012 New research from the Trudeau Institute demonstrates that prior immunity—the result of a previous influenza infection or vaccination against the virus—plays a critical role in preventing secondary bacterial infections. Bacterial infections are a common occurrence that can lead to a number of serious complications, including death. The findings of Drs.…

Construction Schedule update for Village of Saranac Lake Projects:

Construction Schedule update for Village of Saranac Lake Projects: Week of October 3rd thru October 5th: Removal of Sidewalk and Curb on Lake Street from Petrova Avenue to Muffler Street.  Continued installation of Curb and Sidewalk on Academy Street.  Manhole and catch basin adjustment on Canaras Street, Park Avenue, Sheppard Avenue, Helen Street, and Pine…

Saranac Lake Trustee Presents Open Letter to Harrietstown Board

Saranac Lake Village Trustee Paul Van Cott recently delivered a letter to the Harrietstown Town Board regarding the possiblity of Annexing Trudeau Institute to the Village of Saranac Lake…  We asked Paul to Join us for a conversation about the letter, and about the Local Development Corporation.. <<<< CLICK HERE TO LISTEN – K&J –…

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ARTA lobbies North Country Regional Economic Development Council

The Adirondack Rails to Trails Advocates sent a letter to members of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council, with copies of the recent study by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy on the economic implications of a recreational trail that would connect the Tri-Lakes area.  The letter included a cover memo from Joe Mercurio, ARTA’s president, to…

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Talk of the Town – October 3, 2012

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Emergency Funding for Essex County – Supervisors Release Bus to Keene

EssexCountyaccepts a two year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.. The Community Health Grant will provide $127,000 forEssexCountyto address Health Disparities in the County..  The County’s Sheriff’s Department will also receive $22,250 as part of a separate resolution by theEssexCountyboard at a recent meeting where Supervisors accepted a 2012 State Homeland Security…

Harrietstown Councilman responds to tax concerns

Harrietstown Councilman Bob Bevilacqua responds to concerns about property tax increases in the Town ofHarrietstown…  Bevilacqua is a candidate for the Supervisor position in the Town ofHarrietstownand says he shares the concern about property tax increases.   In a recent statement, Bevilacqua says the state mandated 2% tax cap is one important element in managing municipal…

Maple Funding for The Wild Center / Freight

  Senators Charles Schumer, and Kirsten Gillibrand, Along with Congressman Owens Announce NBRC Funding for TheWildCenter-PaulSmithsCollegeMaple Project.. Senator Schumer says “The NBRC funding is a sweet success for the Northern New York Maple project..” and he says “The Wild Center, with partners at Paul Smiths College and Cornell, stands ready and able to unleash the…

What would you ask Romney? Obama?

Warming Up for Hofstra Debate This Month HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. – The second of three presidential debates will be held Oct. 16 at Hofstra University on Long Island. It’ll be “town meeting” style, with participants selected by the Gallup organization from a pool of undecided voters. If you could attend the debate, a number of civic…

Day and Daly earn 2012 U.S. National Skeleton Push Championship titles

- Veronica Day (Vienna, Va.) and John Daly (Smithtown, N.Y.) claimed their respective U.S. National Skeleton Push Championship titles in Lake Placid, N.Y. on Saturday to kick start the 2012-2013 competitive season.  “It’s always exciting watching the athletes measure themselves head to head in a fun competition,” saidU.S.skeleton head coach Tuffy Latour. “It gives the…

The Birthday Club – Emily Post

Emily Post –  Born in Baltimore Maryland October 3rd, 1872  Famous for her books on etiquette. The Birthday Club airs on WNBZ every weekday at 7:25 am and again during the Three O’Clock News on WNBZ.