Why will it cost Lake George Central School District taxpayers over $23,208 to educate each student next year?
Your paper’s recent editorial was right on track, hopefully will be understood and appreciated by your readers.
We are nearing the May 21 vote on the 2013-14 budget and all-important election of four candidates to the school board to represent you the parents, students, and taxpayers.
I was a member of the Lake George Village Zoning Steering Committee, tasked with recommending zoning changes. I am now compelled to express my opinion on what happened during that process.
I am writing to comment on the full page ad placed in your paper by the New York State United Teachers union.
Thurman can not afford or support an E.M.S. organization.
Thurman EMS will not allow the events of the April 8th public hearing at the Town Hall deter their dedication and determination.
I attended the April 8 public hearing, undecided on the efficacy of one EMS plan over another, and I remain undecided.
In reference to William Dow’s recent letter advocating casinos in Lake George, I do not believe the rosy picture presented by Mr. Dow.
I'm writing this letter tonight with tears of joy rolling down my cheeks. You see, I just got home from my grandmother’s funeral.
We do need a casino upstate, so that people will spend money in Lake George and in surrounding areas.
This is not a letter about the preservation of Thurman EMS.
In the Feb. 23 Adirondack Journal, I read Joanne Gavin’s anti-casino statement to the Warren County Board of Supervisors.
North Country Ministry of North Creek and Warrensburg is inviting the community to join us for a night of mystery and fun.
Citing no specific evidence Dan Alexander tells us that discrimination in the work place against women is no big problem.