Around here these days it seems there are a couple of different groups heading in different directions on the same railroad track.
With respect to an article “Ti Board Rejects Zoning Proposal” in the Times of Ti, May 4, 2013, I believe that there should be some fairness in reporting.
Steve Erman’s “It Needn’t be Rails vs Trails” says if the current Corridor Management Plan were to be “fully implemented”, it would “satisfy a very wide range of interests.”
May was our busiest month thus far in 2013 and appears to have kicked off our busy season.
The Board of Directors and Staff of the United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc., SUNY Plattsburgh Project H.E.L.P and the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the 561 volunteers and all those who donated over 1250 food items on the Day of Caring.
Many of you may remember an article that the News Enterprise ran for us back in the fall to help advertise the barn sale that we were having to help raise support for the missions trip that we are taking as a family this summer.
It’s quite troubling why a certain writer would label comments by gun proponents as “rambling.”
In regards to Bob Nessle’s letter to the editor in last week’s issue, he seems to be just as disrespectful and childish as the liberals are.
Now that Sheriff Cutting has opened the topic of respect for the American flag (Valley News May 4), I feel compelled to further the conversation with my own humble observations.
These past two weekends I have been touched by the volunteers who were working to make our community great!
Why will it cost Lake George Central School District taxpayers over $23,208 to educate each student next year?
Your paper’s recent editorial was right on track, hopefully will be understood and appreciated by your readers.
Reading the ramblings of those against any kind of gun control, is like reading a fiction novel written by “Chicken Little!”
The North Country Hardship Fund would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came out Friday night to our “ 2nd Annual Spring Run Off Party.”
I take great exception to Mr. (Jim) Major’s and Supervisor (Deb) Malaney’s assessment of the group of business people, past and present town officials and legitimate resident voters of Ticonderoga in the May 4 Times of Ti.