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Mike Eddy

I would like to take this opportunity to give a much-deserved pat on the back to two outgoing board members. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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

The Sun

Two thousand and sixteen was, to say the least, an eventful year concerning the Thurman Town Board. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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ATHOL — Town supervisor Evelyn Wood and councilman Jey Youngblood resigned this week, leaving three board members — Mike Eddy, Cynthia Hyde and Kathy Templeton — to manage and conduct town business on their own. Read more

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THURMAN — Evelyn Wood, who brought broadband to portions of her remote rural town and was renowned for her tireless work on behalf of townspeople, has resigned, effective immediately. Read more

The Sun

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THURMAN — The reality show of Thurman politics aired yet another episode Jan 10, with spectators witnessing a toned-down version of local governance — There was discord at Tuesday’s town meeting, but not chaos. Read more

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Keith Parent, who recently was booed in the Post Star’s “Boos and Bravos,” is one of Don Lehman’s trouble makers. Read more

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ATHOL — Mirroring the unexpected outcome of the U.S. residential election, the political landscape in the town of Thurman may have experienced an earthquake on Election Day. Read more

The Sun

In response to a recent letter, the writer says “Gail Seaman proves loyal to Thurman.” Read more

Letters to the Editor

As Don Lehman of the Post Star stated, in Thurman there are some “people who like to cause trouble, facts be damned.” Read more

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ATHOL — Public comments will again be welcome at Thurman town board meetings beginning with the July 12 meeting, following a one-month suspension of the traditional airing of public feedback, town Supervisor Evelyn Wood said this week. Read more

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ATHOL — The dispute between town of Thurman officials and the engineer who designed and developed their wireless “white space” internet access system intensified this week. Read more

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ATHOL — The town of Thurman will begin accepting limbs and brush at the town transfer station to be ground into chips for use at no charge by residents as mulch. Read more

The Sun

Supervisor Wood declared at the town board meeting on Dec. 8, 2015, Gail Seaman as incumbent was to be brought forward because of tie vote and failure to elect a candidate to fill the vacant board seat. Read more

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ATHOL — Functioning with a full roster of council members for the first time this year, the Thurman town board tackled a full slate of town business March 8. Read more

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THURMAN — A fifth town board member was named at the panel’s February board meeting to fill a vacancy occurring due to a resignation. Read more

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THURMAN — Councilman Mike Eddy walked out of the Thurman Town Board’s first regular meeting of the year, protesting that the board wouldn’t act on his proposal to rescind the appointment of board member Gail Seaman. Read more

The Sun

ATHOL — The reconstituted Thurman town board began the new year by enacting legislation that town leaders said will help assure integrity in town government. Read more

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THURMAN — While many town of Thurman residents anticipated that a town board seat would be open as of Jan. 1 due to a tie vote between two candidates in November, incumbent board member Gail Seaman is continuing to serve in her post. Read more

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