Monthly Archives: October 2012

Owens Announces Funding for Meat Plant / MILC Program for Framers expires

Owens Announces Funding for Meat Processor in Essex County  Congressman Bill Owens announces funding from the office of Rural Development for The Adirondack Meat Company and approval of a guaranteed loan of $900,000 in support of its proposed meat processing facility.  The funding will be used to construct a 7,500 square foot slaughterhouse inTiconderogaand purchase…

Those “Fracking” Environmentalists – DEC Stands Firm

Looking for Meaning in NY “Fracking” Restart NEW YORK – Advocates on all sides of the hydraulic fracturing debate in New York say that Governor Andrew Cuomo needs to be more specific about the Department of Environmental Conservation’s decision to restart regulatory rule-making for the controversial gas-drilling process. Katherine Nadaeau, water and natural resources program…

DiNapoli Proposes Early Warning Alarm for Local Government

New Report Finds Cities’ Financial Outlook Deteriorating; Contains Detailed Economic and Demographic Data for Cities With a growing number of local governments facing significant fiscal stress, State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced plans today to implement an early warning monitoring system that would identify municipalities and school districts experiencing signs of budgetary strain so that corrective actions…

Trudeau Institute Names New President

Research Organization names Dr. Ronald H. Goldfarb President, Director & CEO SARANAC LAKE, New York (October 1, 2012)—Benjamin Brewster, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Trudeau Institute, announced today the appointment of Dr. Ronald H. Goldfarb as the biomedical research organization’s sixth President, Director and CEO, effective October 1, 2012. Mr. Brewster stated:…

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Obituary – Mary Martinetti

Mary Martinetti, age 96, of 272 Washington Street, Gloucester, died Thursday, September 27, 2012 at Golden Living Nursing Home, Gloucester, MA.  Born in Bloomingdale, New York on March 12, 1916, she was the daughter of Antonio and Santa (Nasta) Alphonso. She married Odino Martinetti on December 20, 1935 in South Londonderry, Vermont.  He predeceased her…

Local Veterans have a new Primary Care Physician

Community Based Veterans in the North Country, will be receiving a letter from Linda Weiss, Director of the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center announcing they’ve hired a New Primary Care Doctor, The Veteran’s Outpatient Clinics in Elizabethtown and Saranac Lake  Will be increasing hours of operation to 5 days/week and announcing an increase in the…

Cuomo Fighting Long Term Unemployment

Governor Cuomo announces a new initiative to combat long-term unemployment in New York State over the weekend..  New Yorkwill distribute $6 million in federal grants to companies that hire long-term unemployed individuals, and they plan to deploy a mobile response team to assist individuals seeking work in high unemployment areas. New York’s Labor Commissioner Peter…

Friendship Volunteer Training Program in Saranac Lake

Lake Placid—Mercy Care for the Adirondacks is recruiting new volunteers and has scheduled a Friendship Volunteer Training Program in Saranac Lake on the mornings of October 3 and 10, 2012. (Both mornings are required to complete the training). New Volunteers will join Mercy Care’s 70+ Friendship Volunteers from Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake, and Lake Placid…

Saranac Lake’s Chamber Lays out Strategies

“The chamber is beginning to focus their efforts on member support services.” Craig Stevens is the Chamber’s President and he’s joined by Chamber Board member Nicole Brownell. She owns Gauthiers Hotel here inSaranacLake. The two are visiting with the Town of Harrietstown Town Board…  Currently the Town of Harrietstown provides the Chamber with a budget…