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THURMAN | A multi-talented, generous man prominent in northern Warren County was remembered by neighbors this week following his death May 2 at age 78. Read more

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WARREN COUNTY | Various positions in town government are up for election this year, and a variety of candidates have filed petitions for the public offices. Read more

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ATHOL | The Town of Thurman’s tax rate for 2019 is expected to increase by 3.4 percent, from $4.07 per $1,000 in assessed value this year to $4.21 per $1,000 next year. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | Members of the Warren County Board of Supervisors met in executive session on Aug. 10 with principals of OmniTrax and the Denver-based Broe Group to discuss a takeover of the rail corridor from Corinth to North Creek. Read more

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ATHOL | After an hour-long argument about whether the town of Thurman was in a solid financial position or not — and after town supervisor Cynthia Hyde and town councilwoman Joan Harris walked out of the special board meeting held last Friday... Read more

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ATHOL | The Thurman Town Board passed a resolution last week officially requesting that the state legislature enact a home rule law that retroactively validates a bond anticipation note issued in 2017. Read more

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After attending the April regular board meeting in Thurman, I concur with Councilman [Douglas] Needham’s statement made at the January organizational meeting: He doesn’t know what he’s doing. Read more

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The Town of Thurman thanks Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Department of Transportation (DOT) Acting Commissioner Paul Karas for opening the State Route 418 bridge in record time and for their exemplary service and continuing attention to our community. Read more

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THURMAN | Soon after the new Thurman town board members were sworn in at the town’s annual organizational meeting last week, controversy erupted  much like it did one year ago. Read more

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THURMAN | Thurman Supervisor Cynthia Hyde has been voted in for a full two-year term, while incumbent Councilwoman Kathy Templeton has lost her seat. Read more

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QUEENSBURY | In Lake George, four-term town supervisor Dennis Dickinson defeated six-year Lake George Town Councilman Dan Hurley. Read more

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THURMAN | Two men were arrested in Thurman after one of them called the police to report political campaign signs were vandalized, New York State Police said. Read more

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THURMAN | Transparency, spending and Freedom of Information Law requests took center stage at a candidate’s forum in Thurman last week. Read more

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QUEENSBURY — The Warren County Board of Supervisors voted authorize a grant application for close to $1 million for a proposed runway extension project at the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport. Read more

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THURMAN — Engineering Tom Suosso of Cedarwood Engineering was Johnny-on-the-spot at two town board meetings beginning a half hour apart, July 11, updating the communities on their respective water projects. Read more

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QUEENSBURY — An early look at the field for local elections is coming into focus with the filing of designated party petitions in Warren County. Read more

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THURMAN — The Town of Thurman called a special emergency meeting for Thursday, June 15 to authorize a $5,500 change order for the alternate water supply project. Read more

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THURMAN — The Town of Thurman has started a project on June 12 which will restore water to five properties where wells were affected by road salt being stored by the town. Read more

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The Town Board in Thurman has had five months now to prove themselves. Let’s look at the current state of the town, as of May 22: Read more

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I write in response to Thurman town lawyer Mark Schachner’s recent participation in the Thurman town meeting, during which he berated the press for their reporting. Read more

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