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Town zoning changes proposed

The town of Bolton will host a public meeting on the proposed changes to the Town's Zoning Ordinance. To be held at 6 p.m. Tues. Jan. 27 at Town Hall, the meeting will be the fourth public input session held to discuss the updated regulations. The purpose of the meeting is to review the changes which have been made based on comments heard during the previous public meetings held in 2007 and 2008. The public is invited to come with any comments or questions on the proposed ordinance. The proposed ordinance can be reviewed at Town Hall or online at: www.town.bolton.ny.us

Summer camp registration

Each summer the Bolton Fire Company sponsors summer camperships for Bolton boys and girls at Camp Colby. The program is open to youth between 12 and 14. Camp Colby is an camp conducted with a theme of ecological awareness by the state Dept. of Environmental Conservation, and located near Saranac Lake.

The camp provides a rounded assortment of activities including fishing, canoeing, swimming, hunter safety training, birding, and fishing. These are all activities that campers enjoy. The campers will enjoy evening campfires and many outdoor life experiences.

The Bolton Fire Company pays the tuition for a select number of camperships. Parents may contact any member of the Bolton Fire Department for information. To apply, call the main office at Bolton Central School at 644-2400.

Land Conservancy offers ski tour event

The Lake George Land Conservancy is hosting a free, challenging, intermediate cross-country ski event Feb. 7, at its Cat and Thomas Mountains Preserve in Bolton. Beginning at 9:30 a.m. the full-day excursion will lead participants on an 8-mile round-trip adventure leading to the summits of Thomas and Cat Mountains, with expansive views of the frozen southern Lake George basin below. The trip is intended for experienced skiers only, and registrations are required. Please call 644-9673 or email shoffman@lglc.org for details and to register.

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