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If the REP party continues on the path they have been on for the last two years, Tedra may have a good chance of beating Stefanik next time. Can't wait until May when a ton of people who voted REP have to pay taxes instead of getting a return. Oh well, time will tell.

Bon Ton, Sears, and now Payless. The trend is not great and many are saying that JC Penney may be next. Going to have to do a lot of redevelopment to the indoor mall concept to refill this one. Oh and Toys R Us and Radio Shack and the outlets have plenty of available space. Luckily Kma…

The law should be changed to allow private companies to do this work. Makes no sense but many laws don't.

Infrastructure in the entire region has long been ignored and while it easy to postpone upgrades, repairs and new build outs, the longer we wait the more expensive it gets. Taxes in Village of SGF have been too low, too long, but this is the red flag syndrome. Ask LG Village about the cost…

If you live in the Lake Placid/Saranac Lake region this is good news. That said, this is NYS taxpayers money going in to the redevelopment and that's a lot of money for ORDA. Hope everyone understands the implications of this investment.

So, to be clear, if the county forecloses, all the taxes that weren't paid by WCC come from county reserves. Guess what? That hits ALL the taxpayers in the county for the mistakes made in Fort Edward by an over assessment and a company that made money until GE left and then they stuck it t…

Wow, how in the world does an organization like that not have some checks and balances in place to prevent this from happening?

There's a lot more to this story and no question that the healthcare system in this country is in grave need of change. The decrease in the numbers of people going to GFH needs a little more explanation but I think you will find that many people now feel Saratoga Hospital is a better choice…

The potential for a lot of films being made in this region is very low. Will some be made, probably, but the underlying resources needed to support any major film production aren't nearby and there's a lot that goes in to it. I think there's a lot of hyperbole being used here in descriptio…

100 jobs between Kmart and Cutie. That's a huge number of jobs in the Village of Greenwich.