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Friends of Old Stone Barracks Hold Public Forum #2

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Friends of the Old Stone Barracks are asking the general public to bring proposals or suggested uses for the property to the second of two public forums this evening (Tuesday, September 23rd) from 7-9pm at the Town of Plattsburgh, 151 Banker Road. The first public forum was held on Wednesday, September 17th and drew a small…

It’s Kiwanis Radio Week on WNBZ

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Every year, WNBZ and it’s sister station ROCK105 open their doors to hear from members of the Kiwanis Club of Lake Placid and in doing so, we’re also opening our commercial inventory to help with one of their major fundraisers of the year. The Club’s members speak with local organizations and local business and WNBZ…

Association of Counties Say EPA is “Overreaching”

In a strong show of support for farmers in this state and their own taxpayers, 35 counties and 17 towns in New York have passed strongly worded resolutions asking the Environmental Protection Agency to withdrawal its proposal to expand the definition of Waters of the United States under the Clean Water Act (CWA). New York…

Local Survey Headed to Commercial Property Owners

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The Saranac Lake Local Development Corporation (SLLDC), in coordination with the Village and the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, is mailing nearly 200 surveys to commercial property owners in the Village on Monday, September 22, 2014.  The purpose of the survey is to develop a comprehensive inventory of commercial rental properties to make it…

The 21st Annual Kiwanis Teddy Bear Picnic

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The Weather held off on Sunday, as always for the Kiwanis Club of Lake Placid and their Teddy Bear Picnic in Hillcrest Park..  The Teddy Bear Picnic, no in it’s 21st year, is an event designed for children. The Picnic includes an opportunity for kids to receive a free teddy bear and participate in different activities,…

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INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY (Sept 21st)

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For the last five years students at the Middle School in Saranac Lake have been recognizing International Peace Day on the 21st of September with a special picture taken of all of them gathered together on the fields at Petrova to make a symbol. The symbols have included this year’s Ying Yan, a heart, the…

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Crescent Bay Marina Application “Accepted as Complete”

It was a full house in the Harrietstown Town Hall on Wednesday evening for the planning board meeting.. The new owners of Crescent Bay Marina found themselves among an array of supporters and were given the green light by the planning board to move to the next phase of their application process.. AUDIO – 091814…

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DEC Says “Be Alert for Moose in the Adirondacks”

Motorists should be alert for moose on roadways in the Adirondacks and surrounding areas at this time of year – a peak of moose activity – warns the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Early fall is the breeding season for moose in northern New York. During this time moose are wandering looking…

Appellate Court Dismisses Adirondack Club and Resort Appeal

The NYS Appellate Division, rejects a motion to appeal by Protect the Adirondacks, the Sierra Club and a neighboring landowner challenging The approvals by the Adirondack Park Agency for the Adirondack Club & Resort project in Tupper Lake. For a perspective in this latest decision, we asked Arise President Jim LaValley for his point of view…

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O’Connell; “Alternate Side Parking in it’s Infancy”

Plattsburgh Councilor Paul O’Connell says he believes there’s been some miscommunication when it comes to his proposal to implement alternate street parking in the City of Plattsburgh..The goal O’Connell says in the winter, is to allow for the roads to be cleared after a storm.. and in the summer, he added.. is to allow for…

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Plattsburgh’s Volunteer Shoveling Program Takes Shape

It wasn’t below freezing during the City of Plattsburgh work-session but the sky was clearing Thursday evening and the temperature was in fact dropping..  And Plattsburgh’s City council was again finalizing a plan to help people shovel their city sidewalks when they’re simply not able on their own.. That’s Ward Two Councilor Mike Kelly… He’s been…

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Homecoming Weekend in Saranac Lake

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It’s homecoming weekend at the Saranac Lake Central High School. On Friday afternoon, students gathered in the gym for an event that has become a tradition.. Principal Josh Dan says they’ve been celebrating Homecoming through the entire week and the Pep Rally on Friday afternoon is the culmination leading into the weekend and Football vs Saranac…

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K&J – Tom Lawson & Jim LaValley talk Tupper Lake

Today on the K&J show we’re heading to the Village of Tupper Lake to speak with Jim LaValley who is the President of ARISE, and with Tom Lawson who is developing the Adirondack Club and Resort.. Just recently, A lawsuit filed by PROTECT and the Sierra Club along with a few seasonal landowners in the…

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$8.6 Million for Plattsburgh Airport Terminal Expansion

The Plattsburgh International Airport will be moving ahead with an $8.6 Million expansion project The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded Plattsburgh International Airport $8,616,132 to continue the large-scale expansion of the airport’s passenger terminal. Senator Schumer says “This funding is great news for all of the passengers and pilots that fly out of Plattsburgh…

Owens Supports Aaron Woolf – Pushes for Bipartisanship in Congress

Congressman Bill Owens is putting his weight behind Aaron Woolf in the campaign to replace him in the 21st district..Owens says from his perspective, the real test as to whether or not someone is bi-partisan is not whether or not they talk about how much they’re going to work with the other side.. AUDIO – 091814…

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Manufacturing Takes a Big Step Forward at Clinton Community College

Clinton Community College (Clinton) will receive $12.7 Million in state funding as part of the SUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Program. Funding will be used to construct an advanced manufacturing institute (AMI) on Clinton’s main campus. The AMI will link Clinton Community College and SUNY Plattsburgh with Clarkson University, creating a system to support the economic…

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Task Force Groups Present Ideas to Lake Placid School Board

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If there’s one word in the Lake Placid Central School District to define recommendations by the strategic planning task force groups that have been meeting through the summer..  It’s Technology..   In two words.. Incorporating Technology..   “The project actually began last December, with phase one.” Commented Mary Dietrich, President of the Lake Placid Central School Board…

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City Holds Up Limits on Street Fundraising

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Friends of the Old Stone Barracks are getting a lot of support from the community in their quest to purchase the historic site.. Originally built as a barracks for enlisted soldiers but they won’t be doing any street drives in October.. The practice of allowing organizations to fundraise in the streets of Plattsburgh has become…

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Northwood Board Chooses Next Headmaster

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Northwood School has chosen its next Head of School, to succeed current head Edward Good, who will retire June 30, 2015. The school’s new leader will be Michael Maher, former head of Berkshire School in Sheffield, MA. “We’re thrilled that Mike Maher will be joining the Northwood community,” said Tom Woodman ’73, Chairman of the Northwood…

Gillibrand Introduces Asthma Legislation

U.S. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Cory Booker today unveiled legislation to help adults and children with asthma lead healthier lives. Under the Family Asthma Act, states would create programs to better educate families on asthma management and prevention, and to improve asthma research and data collection. With enhanced research and education, this legislation would help…