Bravo to Denton Pubs for their editorial exposing “Protect the Adirondacks” for the Adirondacker-hating, environment-destroying, economy-destroying group they are!
What follows is an abbreviated history of the litigation concerning the Adirondack Club.
Before we begin our 2015 season all of us involved with Ticonderoga Little League would like to thank everyone who helped make the 2014 season a successful one.
Several years ago, I was a member of one of the predecessors to Protect the Adirondacks.
I want to commend the Editorial Board for speaking out on actions of one small group that is abusing the court system to get their way.
How could you have known, Dan, that your spot-on admonishment of your own publication’s ill-advised editorial savaging of Protect the Adirondacks would be so timely?
I’m writing to thank you for your column in last week’s paper.
We join the rest of the world in mourning the brave staff of the magazine Charlie Hebdo, gunned down by religious fanatics for defending freedom of the press.
With sadness, our family and most of the community, we will say goodbye to the Deer’s Head Inn this week.
Bravo to the Essex County Board of Supervisors for their support of Denton Pubs editorial exposing Protect the Adirondacks
After reading the enlightened guest editorial in your Jan. 10 issue condemning your earlier editorial that called for abolishing Protect the Adirondacks because of its opposition to the Adirondack Club & Resort project in Tupper Lake, I was happy to read Dan Alexander’s apology on the same page.
The Essex County Board of Supervisors support of this paper’s editorial call for banning Protect The Adirondacks is hugely irresponsible.
When I think of protecting the Adirondacks, many problems and questions come to mind regarding our Adirondack communities including; employment, resident retention, economic viability, sustainability, the environment, and our future.
Almost two years ago, the first volunteer stepped up at a town board meeting to help plan the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Town of Westport.
Having lived and volunteered in Westport, worked in Ticonderoga, and driven and pedalled throughout Essex County for over 20 years now, I want to say thanks to all the men and women who work throughout the year to maintain these many miles of Adirondack roadways.