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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... 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. more

The Sun

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. more

Letters to the Editor

It is with deep regret I view the actions of our new Thurman Town Board members. more

Letters to the Editor

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

Letters to the Editor

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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. more

The Sun

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: more

Letters to the Editor

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

Letters to the Editor

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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. more

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This letter is to address the behavior at the Thurman town board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 3. more

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Keith Parent’s statements are not all as they appear. more

Letters to the Editor

In response to Ms. Hubert and Ms. Martin: It is too bad that you think turning my back on Ms. Seaman was rude — I could not swallow what she was dishing out any longer, so I turned my back to her. more

Letters to the Editor

QUEENSBURY — Counting of absentee and provisional ballots that were impounded immediately following the Nov 8 election resumed this week, updating vote tallies for several close local races. more

The Sun

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

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Mrs. Eddy has (knowingly) reframed the issues of our town meeting privilege of the floor [“Inquiring minds not welcome in Thurman,” Sept. 10 edition of the Sun] into a problem she can blame on Supervisor Wood’s “by the book” comment. more

Letters to the Editor

You might think that, after taking the time to have these meetings, these four board members would actually listen to the Thurman residents. more

Letters to the Editor

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THURMAN — Local government administration passed a milestone this week, as Thurman town board member Susan Shepler was sworn in July 11 as the new Deputy Supervisor for the municipality. more

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ATHOL — The Thurman town board has forwarded a proposal to convert from a board of three elected assessors to one appointed assessor, and local citizens’ opinion is being sought on the proposition. more

The Sun

I just finished reading the article in “The Sun” dated Saturday May 14, 2016 on page 3 of The Adirondack Journal Sun about the Thurman Town Board Meeting. more

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