Betty Little asking Adirondack people to tell Cuomo about their choices for the Adirondack Park Agency board, which could have up to eight openings. If we can't elect commissioners, we might as well try to get as much say
as we can.
Mountains of gladness for the Lake Placid Conference Center coming along, and within its budget, too. Our part of the state is fortunate
to have the state interested in investing, but it comes from a long history of successful enterprise in the Olympic Village. The state knows Lake Placid can make this a success if anyone can; we hope Lake Placid works hard and brilliantly to make sure that vote of confidence is proven right.
Paterson regarding his records. After vetoing a bill that would do what we asked him to, Paterson signed an order to do it - kind of.
Note that this says, "All records of historic and governmental significance will be preserved, published and made publicly accessible." That means he and his staff get to first choose which ones to preserve, and which ones to ditch or hide.
Mountains of praise to the Saranac Lake's 2011 First Night Celebration committee and their hard work building a fantastic event.
Pins are selling fast, so hurry and get them before they are gone. They are sold in Saranac Lake at Ampersound Music, Books & Baskets, Blueline Sports, the Enterprise and the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, and in Lake Placid at Price Chopper Supermarket and the Lake Placid Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Valleys of sadness to see the Sear's owners selling their building and parking lot. However, with all changes, there is also opportunity, and we hope this will be the opportunity to resolve the parking lot dilemma for the sake of the betterment of the community.
Mountains of generosity from people that have helped donate or organized holiday fundraisers for needy families. There are so many great people in the Tri-Lakes area doing random acts of kindness that help so many struggling families during these tight times. We thank you for your kindness and generosity.
The Salvation Army is still collecting for the holidays, so wherever you see a kettle, please donate or mail it to the Enterprise post office addressed as Salvation Army c/o Cathy Moore, P.O. Box 318, Saranac Lake, NY 12983