Daily Archives: October 17, 2013

2013 Report: Adirondack Council releases annual Park critique

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RIGHT: William Janeway, the Adirondack Council’s new executive director, was on hand to offer praise to the Town of Inlet when its new wastewater treatment facility was officially opened in September.
Photo by Gina Greco

The Adirondack Council has released its 2013 State of the Park Report, a 20-page illustrated review of more than 100 actions taken by local, state and federal government officials, that briefly explains what they did to help or hurt the ecology and economy of the Adirondack Park over the past 12 months.

The non-partisan account has been published each October since 1986 as a report card intended to hold government officials accountable.

“The Adirondack Park can be, and should be, the world’s greatest example of how a modern society can live in harmony with nature. Local officials are recognizing more than ever that their communities depend upon the health and beauty of the public Forest Preserve for their survival. Continue reading

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Old Forge: Polar Bear Club announces upcoming events

The Polar Bear Ski Club will hold a membership meeting at the board meeting room at the Town of Webb Offices on Route 28 on Wednesday, October 23 at 5:30 p.m. All present members and anyone interested in becoming a Polar Bear or Cub is welcome to attend.

Also, anyone interested in adding their name or business to the sponsorship board outside of the McCauley Mountain Chalet is asked to contact Kathy Rivet at (315) 369-6346 by November 1st. Continue reading

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Inlet Halloween Party set Oct. 25

The Inlet Youth Commission will host its annual Halloween Parade and Party on Friday, October 25. Parade line-up begins at 6:30 p.m. at the parking lot between St. Anthony’s Church and the Church of the Lakes on Main Street.

Following the parade through town, all are invited to the Inlet Emergency Services Building for costume judging and refreshments.

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The Eddys welcome son Matthew

07-_DSC8972John and Heather Eddy of Brooklyn, NY have announced the birth of their first child, Matthew David, born August 21, 2013.

Matthew weighed 7 pounds, 6 oz. at birth and measured 20 inches.

Grandparents are Mark and Lori Eddy of Old Forge and Jim and Michelle Carroll of Otter Lake.

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