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April 16, 2008: Needs reasons

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The Village of Fleischmanns is proposing to erect a water tower. The reason is ostensibly to provide a backup in the event the springs dry up and the wells run dry.

In a village awash in water, it seems we are spending an awful lot of money on it.


April 16, 2008: Happy trails

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April 16, 2008: Make or break

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April 16, 2008: Bad idea

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April 16, 2008: Life savers

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I’d like to say thanks to everyone that supported my son. Those of you who have met him know how special and full of life he is just by looking into his big brown eyes. 


April 16, 2008: Tax breaks

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April 16, 2008: Great honor

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Since it was virtually impossible to thank all the people that attended the Belleayre Mountain Hall of Fame Ceremony on my behalf on April 5, I would like to do so at this time.


April 9, 2008: Forgotten periods

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I just wanted to say how delighted I was to read Bill Birns’ column regarding the indigenous groups that once inhabited this area seasonally. 
I am an archaeologist teaching and working on my Ph.D. at Binghamton University. Since moving here last summer I have been surprised at the many artifacts I have found while hiking around with my family.


April 9, 2008: Dirty pool

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Americans need to have an honest discussion about security. Sadly, “Defense of Democracies” has been airing a scare tactic ad targeting U.S. Representative freshmen, including Kirsten Gillibrand. The ad claims the House refused to vote on a Terrorist Surveillance Bill, went on vacation and crippled new surveillance needs. This is deliberately dishonest by omission.


April 9, 2008: Blind Eye

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On March 19 at the Roxbury Planning Board meeting, I asked the planning board to ask a question of the engineer from Labella. In the Moresville Energy documents, Stamford Application appendix H, and the DEIS appendix O, was a statement by the manufacturer (Vestas) concerning their employees and maintenance workers. In the Safety Regulations for Operators and Technicians, section 2, it tells employees “Do not stay within a radius of (1,300 feet) from the turbine unless it is necessary.”
One or two days later, Invenergy answered that question by simply removing this information from their Web site.


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