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Athol-Thurman 4-3-10

Over the fence

Several calls came in concerning the gripes published in the March 20 Adirondack Journal. One was on the cemetery committee money which the town took over and put in an account for cemetery use. Therefore it can be used at any time for any purchases, we hear, and now the slips have to be turned in at the town hall for reimbursement.

Many called about the Emergency Medical Services dilemma. See our coverage this week on the issue.

We do seem to get plenty of responses - except when we ask for volunteers - and why is that?

The local maple syrup producers said the "sap running" season was very short this year. Expect to pay more for the home made syrup, they said this week

The last day to pay property taxes at the town hall was on March 27. Payments must now be sent directly to the Warren County Treasurer.

Burning permits can be picked up at the Thurman Town Clerk's office on or after May 15.

Special days in Thurman

Happy Birthday wishes go out this week to Robin Witz and Don Haskell on April 3; to Nathan Galusha, Louis Mosher, and Darcie Carpenter on April 4; to John Parker and Jim Galusha on April 5; to Karen Reynolds, Ed Wells, Terry Vernum and Missy Rounds on April 7; to Barb Wagner, Bob Sullivan, and to Bruce Sherman on April 8. We wish you all a happy day.

Anniversary wishes go out to Ruth and Art Wadsworth on April 5, to Ken and Steph Gossen on April 6, to Jen and Will Hill on April 7, and to Fran and Jerry Remington on April 9.

Get Well wishes go out to Cal Engle, Mary Winslow, Elmer Buyce, Ed Brown and Iva Hall and Cliff Dureau. Also, we're all grieving the loss of John Cooper, long-time school crossing guard, who passed away this week.

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