To the Adirondack Journal:
I write this letter as I sit in our home in Horicon. I was born in Brant Lake more years ago than I wish to admit. My parents and both sets of grandparents were residents and business people here. They would not recognize the area around the “Mill Pond.” The area used to be the home of two grocery and general stores, a liquor store, barber shop, a Catholic church and a completed road around the pond over the northern dam.
It doesn't take a great leader to allow deterioration and abandonment of a business area
On Nov. 8, we have a chance to restore the quaint economic hamlet of Brant Lake in the Town of Horicon. Consider voting for a change in leadership. The "same old" hasn't been working.
Please consider voting Bob Olson into the supervisor position. Give an energetic resident a chance to make a positive change. The sense of community needs a place to thrive. Tank you.
Maureen Cronin Rossley, Brant Lake