Lake Placid business owners for Rand
To the editor:
To the residents of Lake Placid/North Elba:
As Lake Placid-North Elba business owners, we are pleased to support Jay Rand for North Elba supervisor. Jay Rand will be there to listen to our concerns, advocate for our businesses and always be fair-minded when dealing with us as individuals and as business owners.
Jay will work with us to find and build consensus to tackle problems and issues that concern the business community. His accomplishments and community service are many and well known.
We are particularly pleased to learn that Jay has committed to working full time as supervisor now that he is retired after a distinguished career with the Olympic Regional Development Authority. With the major state investments for the Olympic facilities forthcoming and future international sporting events on the horizon, we can think of no one more qualified to manage and lead our community into the future.
We are proud to support Jay Rand as our next supervisor of North Elba and urge our customers, friends and neighbors to consider joining us.
With deep appreciation and respect for your patronage,
Jerry Strack, Central Garage
Bob Peacock, Lake Placid Antiques
Steve Wilson, Lake Placid Boat Rentals
Krissa Beamish, Mis Amigos
Ed Weibrecht, Mirror Lake Inn
Kathy and Wayne Johnston, Ruthie’s Run
Joseph Clauss, High Peaks Optical Health
Phoebe Burns, Simply Gourmet, ‘Dack Shack
Petra Weber, Wildwood on the Lake
David Brandt, A New Leaf
Chris Beatty, The Bookstore Plus
Marykaye Small, Sparkle Lake Placid
Mila Gorodetsky, ADC Lake Placid,
Mary Anne Hawley, Parajax Inc., Imagination Station, There & Back Again
Corey Keyser, Lake Placid Ski And Board
Michael Beglin, Lake Placid Jewelry
Peter Holderied, Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort
Greg Peacock, Adirondack Trading Company
Colin Delaney, High Peaks Cyclery
Moira Christi, Downtown Diner
Joseph Lamb, Lamb Lumber
Agnes Hollrock, Hollrock Poured Concrete
Sunny Cecunjanin, Players Sports Bar
Marcy Miller, Pure Placid