Keeseville Column

Happy New Year every one. I hope the year brings you much peace and love. With the New Year comes new beginnings and resolutions. This is a new beginning for Keeseville. This month will decide if we are to stay and grow as Keeseville or transform into something different. Check with the village office for all the relevant information to become an informed voter at the end of the month regarding the potential dissolution.

Of course with New Year resolutions don’t forget our wonderful Library on Front Street and all the books on any subject imaginable including dieting and breaking habits. While on the subject of the library I received an email from MaryAnne informing me that the next story time will be Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 10 a.m. with the theme of Snow man story time.

I managed to stop in the Skinny Baker’s shop next to Mac’s Grocery this past weekend and as usual picked up some amazingly delicious treats. I don’t have to have a gluten free diet but for my tastes the treats were incredibly delicious and highly recommended. The shop is open during the Winter on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. Special orders are welcome, phone number 536-1843 or by visiting the Facebook page.

While shopping at Arnold’s this past week, I discovered the 2012 Keeseville Area Historical Map put out by fastprintmaps.com. This is a neat little resource very well put together. My thanks to everyone involved in creating this.

So again with the New Year, it’s time to get ready for the vote concerning Keeseville’s fate. Also this is a great time to consider helping the Mayor, the Revitalization committee and others in making this a special place to live. Namaste’.

Vote on this Story by clicking on the Icon


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment