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North Hudson business seeks help to keep signage

Doreen Ossenkops speaks to the Essex County Board of Supervisors.

Doreen Ossenkops speaks to the Essex County Board of Supervisors. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— The county board agreed with Ossenkops, passing a resolution, “urging New York State to amend transportation law to allow signage on exit and entrance ramps on the Adirondack Northway within the Adirondack Park.”

“Sen. Little and (North Hudson Supervisor) Mr. (Ronald) Moore were in Albany recently advocating on your behalf and (Minerva Supervisor) Mrs. Montgomery-Corey and I jumped in on that to support you,” County Chairman Randy Douglas of Jay said. “We will advocate on your behalf.”

Elizabethtown Supervisor Margaret Bartley said the resolution was about more than just providing added advertisement for local businesses.

“I live on Route 9 near Route 73 in New Russia and people stop in the middle of the night at my house to ask where to find gas or for directions because there are no signs, so it can become a public safety issue as well,” Bartley said.

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