In her letter to the editor on May 4, Monique Weston begins by quoting the Second Amendment to the US Constitution.
Steve Erman’s “It Needn’t be Rails vs Trails” says if the current Corridor Management Plan were to be “fully implemented”, it would “satisfy a very wide range of interests.”
The Board of Directors and Staff of the United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc., SUNY Plattsburgh Project H.E.L.P and the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the 561 volunteers and all those who donated over 1250 food items on the Day of Caring.
Now that Sheriff Cutting has opened the topic of respect for the American flag (Valley News May 4), I feel compelled to further the conversation with my own humble observations.
The United Way Day of Caring was held on April 27 and across the North Country approximately 70 projects were completed with help from more than 500 volunteers.
The Adirondack North Country Association hereby re-states its support for the mixed-use management objectives of the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor Final Management Plan, currently in force, and further supports the retention of all railroad infrastructure which can support economic development, including tourism, through enhanced rail operations in the future.”
I moved to Willsboro five years ago.
The great American tradition of parades is almost upon us again.
The 2012-13 Plattsburgh Youth Hockey 16U Boys Midget team was formed with the simple purpose of giving local hockey players the opportunity to play some additional games around their respective high school schedules.
The ALS Raising Hope Foundation is excited to share that we will be hosting the Walk of Hope and Spring Festival on Saturday, May 25, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Trinity Park, Plattsburgh, with registration at 8 a.m., to support research for cures for neurodegenerative diseases, (ALS, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, and more).
Most people probably know about the health concerns related to smoking, but they may not know that cigarette butts are the most littered item in the nation, and they’re more than just an eye sore.
The reason the Times of Ti editorial can be appreciated as a fine editorial is that the words themselves appearing in the March 16, 2013 edition give us a good understanding of the issue.
This is to inform you that it seems offensive and contradictory regarding your article on “Rock Against Rape” in the April 6 issue.
I would like to thank Mr. Sam Huntington from Dresden for his letter questioning a statement I made in my March 30 letter to Denton Publications.
It is my pleasure to tell you that our local League of Women Voters was recognized recently by the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS) for significant growth in our membership and our continued commitment to our community and the mission of the League of Women Voters.