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RAY BROOK | The Ray Brook Biomass Project boilers fired up last Friday, switching from fossil fuel to pellets to heat state office buildings. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | With financial pressures looming due to the pending construction of a new sewer plant, the tax increase in the Village of Lake George’s 2019-20 budget is likely to exceed the state’s tax cap... Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | Within a few years, Lake George Village residents and visitors will be able to connect to public Wi-Fi to stream movies, connect to social media and browse the internet without relying on cellular service... Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | The streets of Lake George may be bathed in a new glow — a hue that may save taxpayers cash —  if a proposal before the village board materializes. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | A local entrepreneur has designed a mechanism that may be able to capture wasted heat from cryptocurrency mining rigs and funnel it where it could prove useful — commercial and municipal buildings. Read more

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BOLTON LANDING | Governmental spending in the town of Bolton as proposed in the town’s 2019 preliminary budget reflects a 4.8 percent increase, while the amount to be raised by taxes equals a 1.1 percent hike. Read more

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MONTPELIER | You may have taken it easy on Labor Day, but Vermont’s electricity grid worked extra hard to keep the lights on– and boy, does it ever charge for overtime. Read more

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For more than 20 years AARP Vermont has been representing the interests of ratepayers in utility cases before the Vermont Public Utility Commission. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | As budget season gets underway, state Senate Republicans are proposing a series of tax cuts designed to reduce the high tax burden they say is causing people to flee the state in droves. Read more

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