Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, says regulations on wines and craft beverages in New York are creating a burden for producers.. and she is seeking a provincial sales tax exemption for all wine and craft beverages grown and produced in New YorkState. Gillibrand tells WNBZ “Burdensome trade regulations are holding New York back from selling these products…
Governor Cuomo says Tax-Free NY,” a game-changing initiative that will transform SUNY campuses and university communities across the state.
There’s a newly installed concrete bridge over the Lapan Highway again… It doesn’t look much different..
We speak with Lake Placid’s Mayor Craig Randall about Adirondack Health’s decision to “Factor in additional study, community input and give the process more thought”
AMC Communications Director Joe Riccio tells WNBZ in an overnight email the AMC board reviewed all of the communications and public comment and “Upon review, the board has decided there is a need to factor in additional study, community input and give the process more thought”
We’ll speak with Kiwanian Tim Holmes about an upcoming bike rodeo and Martha Lampart about her husband’s 12,000 mile bike ride around the perimeter of the United States. The Bike Rodeo is Saturday, June 1st, 2013 from 10am to 1pm at the Saranac Lake Civic Center.
The Village Improvement Society is preparing to place hanging flower baskets throughout the community. In May and June, they begin preparing the soils and plantings for four entry planters, eight trash receptacles 24 barrels, 24 hanging baskets and more than six local municipal gardens.. In a letter to the village Board, The VIS says their partnership with the village makes it possible to maintain the plantings by watering the number and diversity of sites in an efficient manner with the help of village employees.. Saranac Lake’s Mayor Clyde Rabideau says they really look at the VIS as a tremendous asset of volunteers who are dedicated to the beautification of our village.
The Village Board every year seems a little wary of putting too much money into the beautification of the village, but continues to vote positively for supporting the partnership and watering of the baskets..
The Town of Harrietstown is hanging “No Smoking” signs in all of their parks an if they can work out an arrangement with the village, the ban could eventually include the front of the Harrietstown Town Hall.
The Board of Directors of Adirondack health meet tonight and will deliberate on the question of whether or not to close AMC Lake Placid’s Emergency Room.
Residents and Business Owners are speaking out about the state of Lake Flower Avenue and the sidewalks. They’ve Scheduled a meeting on June 26th at 6pm at the Best Western, Mountain Lake Inn. The Village Board has also invited legislators and stakeholders at the state level to their regular meeting on June 24th.
The Mississippi Freedom Trail dedicates a marker on the site of the infamous 1963 Woolworth Store “Sit In” on Capital Street in Jackson this week. Erickson Blakney tells the story.
Coach Chris Stevens and the Saranac Lake High School golf team are recognized for their accomplishments by the Village Board on Tuesday.
The proposed law would have been a temporary measure to prohibit the new introduction of raising and keeping domesticated animals in the village. A vote was tabled until the next meeting.
The Village finally gives the go ahead for a skateboard park to be built in the park behind Community Bank in Saranac Lake. Trustee Barb Rice tells us about the proposed location.