This vacant residence and property in Warrensburg, represents the conditions that new property maintenance legislation — endorsed last week by the town leaders of Warrensburg and Lake George — is intended to prevent. Lake George’s new proposed Nuisance Abatement law goes further, imposing penalties for repeated incidences of unruly conduct of citizens and tenants. Recently, the yard of this particular vacant property has been cleaned up.
Photo by Thom Randall.
continued • declared October as Bullying Awareness Month; and
• heard that the recent Aerial Assault beach pole vaulting event and the Lake George Music festival were both quite successful, with Mayor Robert Blais noting that the festival attracted “huge crowds.”
• joined with Mayor Blais in praising Town Clerk/Treasurer Darlene Gunther for prudent financial management. Blais noted that Gunther was “a miracle worker” for continuing to curb spending while building village financial reserves, all at a time that other area municipalities were struggling financially. He also praised Debra McKinney for her frugal work in purchasing.
“Darlene continues to perform her magic,” Blais said. ‘Her work never ceases to amaze me.”