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30 Year PILOT For Developer In Harriettstown

The Harrietstown board has approved a 30-year payment in lieu of taxes agreement with the developers of the 70-unit Saranac Lofts apartment complex proposed on Broadway. According to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Kearney Group would pay the town a base of $70,000 for 30 years, with a 2% increase every year, instead of paying full … Continue Reading 30 Year PILOT For Developer In Harriettstown

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Lt. Gov. Visits Lake Placid

Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado visited Lake Placid this week, his first public visit to the Tri-Lakes since being appointed in May — to tour the newly-renovated Olympic Center and speak to the state Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus. The Lake Placid News reports the state has invested hundreds of millions of dollars … Continue Reading Lt. Gov. Visits Lake Placid

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Heart Network Receives Federal Grant

The Heart Network, on behalf of the North Country Chronic Disease Prevention Coalition, has received a grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration to support increased access to evidence-based chronic disease prevention and self-management services across the region, and will also support Coalition efforts to prepare for contracting with health care payers such … Continue Reading Heart Network Receives Federal Grant

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Druthers Officially In Business In Clifton Park

Druthers officially opened its new location in Clifton Park on Wednesday. The company broke ground in November with the hopes of opening in August but faced delays due to construction and getting a liquor license. WTEN reports Druthers has three other locations in Albany, Schenectady and Saratoga Springs. The Clifton Park location is at the … Continue Reading Druthers Officially In Business In Clifton Park

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Lt.Gov. Visits Lake Placid

Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado visited Lake Placid this week, his first public visit to the Tri-Lakes since being appointed in May — to tour the newly-renovated Olympic Center and speak to the state Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus. The Lake Placid News reports the state has invested hundreds of millions of dollars … Continue Reading Lt.Gov. Visits Lake Placid

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30 Year PILOT Agreement For Developer In Harrietstown

The Harrietstown board has approved a 30-year payment in lieu of taxes agreement with the developers of the 70-unit Saranac Lofts apartment complex proposed on Broadway. According to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Kearney Group would pay the town a base of $70,000 for 30 years, with a 2% increase every year, instead of paying full … Continue Reading 30 Year PILOT Agreement For Developer In Harrietstown

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The Heart Network Receives Federal Grant

The Heart Network, on behalf of the North Country Chronic Disease Prevention Coalition, has received a grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration to support increased access to evidence-based chronic disease prevention and self-management services across the region, and will also support Coalition efforts to prepare for contracting with health care payers such … Continue Reading The Heart Network Receives Federal Grant

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Intonations Concert Series In Saranac Lake

On Wednesday, September 28, at 7:30 pm, Lake Flower Landing, 421 Lake Flower Avenue, Saranac Lake, will present, as the latest edition of its “Intonations Concert Series,” the Resonant Rogues—with the support of an SCR award made possible via the fiscal sponsorship of John Brown Lives!, the Adirondacks-based, freedom-education and human rights project.

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Fall Lecture Series Returns At Paul Smith’s

The fall lecture series will be held at the Paul Smith’s College Visitors Interpretive Center again this October. According to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, the series, which was designed to initiate important discussions relevant to the Adirondacks, allows students at Paul Smith’s College and North Country Community College to interact with leaders in environmental science, … Continue Reading Fall Lecture Series Returns At Paul Smith’s