The 2013 legislative session is nearing its end in Albany, but Environmental Advocates of New York is holding out hope that several environmental measures will make it to the Senate floor for a vote. Deputy Director David Gahl said there is legislation concerning hydrofracturing, climate change and child safety ready for an “up or down”…
Saranac Lake is taking control of a different kind of invasive species this summer, the political sign and banners of all shapes and sizes… and the implementation phase begins on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.
Saranac Lake’s art walks begin again this Thursday (June 20th, 2012) with artists and musicians presenting their trade in their studios and on the streets. We speak with Tim Fortune and Jill Wenner about the event.
A Split decision in Tupper Lake. According to Superintendent Seth McGowan, 53% voted Yes to approve the revised school budget but the Bus Proposition fails. The numbers don’t seem to add up..
Saranac Lake Village Manager John Sweeney says “don’t be surprised if the high water and the risk of flooding continues for several more weeks.” The high water mark so far this year was 19 inches and occurred just last week. Sweeney says there’s a lot of water which is still up stream from Lake Flower..
The Lake Placid Horse Show is June 25th through the 30th and the I Love New York Horse Show runs July 2nd through the 7th. We spent some time with Lori Martin.. She’s the executive director of the Lake Placid Horse show Association.
The New York State Senate passes a comprehensive legislative package that provides relief to people and communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The group of 22 bills will aid rebuilding efforts, and increases disaster preparedness while providing needed financial assistance to homeowners, businesses, local governments, school districts, and others still recovering from the storm
New legislation from the Assembly would restore funding cuts to the state Office for People with Developmental Disabilities and for non-profit service providers.
The Lake Placid Middle School Celebrates tonight with an evening of recognition following three years of hard work for the Class of 2017.. Middle School Students will be recognized for their achievement and accomplishments. Monday evening, The Lake Placid Central School Class of 2013 were honored at the Senior Project, Art & Technology, and Scholarship…
Residents of Saranac Lake and the American Red Cross will join together for a “Communities That Care” blood drive on Tuesday, June 18 from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Saranac Free Library
The Board of Trustees of the Trudeau Institute has announced the election of its newest member, Julie A. North, a 1980 graduate of Saranac Lake Central High School. Ms. North is a partner in the litigation department of Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York City. Her broad litigation practice encompasses general commercial, securities, and mergers and acquisitions litigation, among other areas.
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli uncovered up to $3 million in inappropriate unemployment insurance payments made by the Department of Labor (DOL), including payments to recipients who were ineligible because they were employed, had collected more than the maximum weekly benefits or were not authorized to work in the United States, according to a report released today.…
Tupper Lake Residents will vote Tuesday (June 17th) for the second time on whether or not to approve the School Board’s Budget Proposal. Polls will be open from 12 Noon until 8pm at the Tupper Lake Middle / High School. Click here for Details of the Proposed Budget