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Bolton Bulletin

•The town board also heard that a troublesome vandalism crime has been solved. On Jan. 2, many mailboxes were damaged on East Schroon River Road. Bolton Police located a suspect vehicle at a location on New Vermont Road, and Bolton Police Chief James Neumann interviewed the driver, a 19-year-old man who eventually confessed to damaging the mailboxes. The man was arrested for Criminal Mischief and the mailbox owners will be eligible to receive restitution for damages, the board was told.

•Town board member Deanne Rehm was appointed liaison to the Conservation Club , following a request from the facility's advisory board that one be named.

•The town board proposed amendments to the ordinances limiting horsepower of boats operated on Trout Lake. The amendment sets a new fine structure and adds a prohibition to maintaining a boat on the lake. A public hearing on the matter was set for 7 p.m. June 7.

•The board also passed a resolution declining the offer from the Lake George Park Agency that the town act as lead agency for the Asian Clam eradication project.

Day camp signup set for Tuesday

Registration for the Bolton Recreation Department's summer day camp will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 22 in the town recreation center.

Questions will be answered from 5:30 to 6 p.m., with registration from 6 to 7 p.m., beginning with Bolton Central students. The day camp is to be held from July 5 through Aug. 19. The fee, which includes seven weeks of activities and all field trips, is $350 per camper.

Those registering should bring their child's health insurance information and a current copy of an immunization record. Payment of $200 is required upon registration and the $150 balance is due June 1. For details, see: www.boltonnewyork.com or call Michelle Huck at: 928-3176.

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