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NORTH HUDSON | Gov. Andrew Cuomo has formally approved the Boreas Pond classification, calling the state’s recent acquisition a “national treasure” as he signed the deal recommended by the Adirondack Park Agency last month. more

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RAY BROOK | The Boreas Pond Tract classification has been approved by the Adirondack Park Agency and is now awaiting the governor’s signature. more

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PLATTSBURGH | If the City of Plattsburgh fines a property owner for not clearing the snow from their sidewalks, that property owner can now appeal the decision. more

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PLATTSBURGH | A city councilor has abandoned a plan to explore whether some property owners should be exempted from the city’s current sidewalk snow removal policy. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | New Yorkers gained a new safety net on Jan. 1. more

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Last week, ARC Rutland Area and the Elks Club, co-sponsored an afternoon of dining and dancing for almost 160 members, families and friends of ARC Rutland Area. more

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LAKE GEORGE | Over the next several months, Town of Lake George officials will be reviewing town zoning and subdivision laws with the intent of updating and streamlining them to benefit both residents and developers... more

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INDIAN LAKE | The Indian Lake Main Street Revitalization Committee sponsored a roundtable discussion last month to highlight energy efficiency programs available to local residents. more

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PLATTSBURGH | One of the largest issues facing volunteer fire departments like South Plattsburgh is the retention and recruitment of volunteers, according to Fire Chief Tim Schwartz... more

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PLATTSBURGH | Though the plan is expected to go to a final vote on Sept. 27, residents remain concerned about the effect a route deviation service may have on Clinton County Public Transit (CCPT). more

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PLATTSBURGH | A plan to alter the Clinton County paratransit bus service and move toward route deviation, first spearheaded months ago, is on its way to a final vote. more

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CADYVILLE | The Town of Plattsburgh on Sunday turned the page on Clinton County’s first storybook trail. more

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It has been a long-time goal of the public school special interests to regulate Vermont independent schools ... more

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WARRENSBURG —  For years, southbound travelers on Route 9 were greeted by a sign highlighting one of the Adirondack Park’s most divisive schisms: more

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WESTPORT — The Westport Central School District is seeking to locate and serve disabled students residing in the district. more

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PLATTSBURGH — County lawmakers have directed Clinton County Public Transit (CCPT) Director James Bosley to construct a written plan outlining proposed changes to the county’s paratransit system. more

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PLATTSBURGH — As lawmakers weigh plans to alter paratransit operations in Clinton County, disability advocates met in Plattsburgh last week to express their grievances about the proposed new plan. more

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PLATTSBURGH —Current system financially unstable, say county transit officials more

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LEWIS — For Leamon Smith, riding in a tractor-trailer was always on his bucket list more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — While people are living longer, the state is facing a ticking time bomb when it comes to providing home care as Baby Boomers enter their twilight years. more

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