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Swimmers to have more freedom to roam in Lake George

Swimmers in Lake George will now be able to have a little more freedom, since the Lake George Village Board recently struck down a longstanding prohibition of people in swimsuits walking in the park without covering up with a robe or coat.

Swimmers in Lake George will now be able to have a little more freedom, since the Lake George Village Board recently struck down a longstanding prohibition of people in swimsuits walking in the park without covering up with a robe or coat. Photo by Thom Randall.

— • Heard that Ivano LaRegina was interested in buying village-owned land just south of his idle eatery, Luigi’s Restaurant. Blais said LaRegina is seeking adjacent land to potentially accommodate development of a motel on the restaurant site.

• Endorsed a proclamation declaring Nov. 25 through Dec. 2 as “Lemon Peel Week” in the village, honoring Theresa and John Case of Lemon Peel Lounge on Dieskau St. on their decades-long tenure as proprietors of the tavern.

• Approved the temporary erection of whimsical inflatable Santas at 47 Canada St..

•Announced that nominations are now being sought for Citizen of the Year.

• Revealed that the annual “Lite Up the Village” fest from 3:30 to 7 p.m. in Shepard Park features a new attraction this year: town board members and village board members singing an introductory carol together.

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