Pete DeMola

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Pete DeMola is a reporter for Denton Publications

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As Keeseville dissolves, contaminant violations muddy waters of transition

The village of Keeseville will dissolve on Dec. 31, 2014 and its assets will be distributed to surrounding towns. Chesterfield will inherent their water filtration plant and its associated problems.

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Trash talk gets heated at county as lawmakers move forward with contract

While Essex County appears to be sticking with Serkil to handle their trash services for the next five years, individual towns may decide to opt out.

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State, local authorities continue to stay vigilant as feds ready oil transport regulations

Four developments happened in the oil transport biz last week. Here’s everything you need to know about the tankers of crude gliding through your neighborhoods.

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Woolf: “Stefanik has to take an explicit stand”

Despite several weeks of setbacks that steered the race to succeed Congressman Bill Owens further into a pickup for the Republicans, Aaron Woolf, the Democratic candidate, said he sees a clear road to victory.

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NY21: Funiciello takes resurgent campaign to Saranac Lake

Matt Funiciello, the Green Party's candidate for Congress, brings resurgent campaign to Saranac Lake.

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It’s unanimous: Elizabethtown okays comprehensive plan

Joining other municipalities across the North Country, Elizabethtown has officially adopted a comprehensive plan.

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Neglected barns pose vexing dilemma for town officials

A cluster of barns at the Baker Farm in Willsboro are stuck at the intersection of fiscal responsibility and historic preservation.

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Essex County Cheese Tour to highlight three small-scale local creameries

While big names like the Chateaugay-based MaCadam have put the North Country on the map when it comes to the dairy biz, three small-scale creameries have sprouted in Essex County within the past half-decade.

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NY21: Woolf shifts into offense on environmental issues

Powered by endorsements, Aaron Woolf says he's the eco-friendly candidate for New York's 21st Congressional District

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North Hudson votes 80-52 to kill proposal to purchase former theme park

Voters torpedoed the town’s purchase of Frontier Town on Thursday in a vote of 80 to 52. Town officials, who voted unanimously to use funds from their general reserve fund to purchase the park earlier this year, hoped their acquisition of the former Wild West theme park would act as a catalyst for an economic resurgence.

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