LAKE PLACID - Among other business Wednesday night, the village board also:
authorized 16-year-olds Nicholas Osgood and Aaron Barney to join the Lake Placid Volunteer Fire Department
said the north end of Parkside Drive will be one-way during the Festival of the Games Saturday and discussed making one or both ends one-way in the future
approved the 2011 "Plunge for a Cause," a five-minute cold-water swim at the Mirror Lake Beach to raise money for the Wilmington and Lake Placid food pantries and Tri-Lakes Humane Society, on April 30. The Lake Placid Middle School Builder's Club, which is sponsored by the Lake Placid Kiwanis Club, hosts the event.
hired Keegan B. Muldowney, who was in charge of parking enforcement in Saranac Lake last summer, as parking enforcement officer to replace Wesley Stanton, who is retiring.
authorized USA Canoe/Kayak to train on Mirror Lake June 19 to July 5 and July 12 to 22
approved Ironman for Sunday, July 24.
accepted a retirement letter from Annette Beane, who works in the village accounting department. Village Mayor Craig Randall said someone will replace her in the department, although the job description may change.
appointed Corey Wylie as a machine equipment operator.