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The State of the State

By Gwendolyn Craig on Jan 17, 2023 02:47 pm
Tomorrow Gov. Kathy Hochul will present her State of the State address, a blueprint outlining some of her agenda items for the year. We'll be listening for any Adirondack Park mentions and reading through her State of the State book, which delves into more details on proposed projects statewide. (Editor's note: This column originally ran in Gwen's newsletter on Jan. 9. The story is now live here.) Adirondack Park lawmakers are already slated to have important roles on certain legislative ...

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Discussion time: Gas ban?

By Melissa Hart on Jan 17, 2023 11:09 am
Wondering where Almanack readers stand on the debate about phasing out gas in heating appliances and stoves. Are you on board with a "gas ban"? Or are you like "hands off my gas"? What would potential solutions be on each side of the debate?

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Business bootcamp geared toward artists

By Community News Reports on Jan 17, 2023 08:02 am
The St. Lawrence County Arts Council (SLC Arts) will offer a six-week entrepreneurship bootcamp, specifically designed for artists. The class will run Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 - 8 pm, from February 14 to March 23, 2022. Class location is the St. Lawrence County IDA, 19 Commerce Lane, Canton. The purpose of the program is to equip artists with the knowledge and skills to turn their passion for art into a successful business. It will feature numerous guest instructors, as well as critique and ...

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Boundaries of the Adirondack Park

The Adirondack Park is unlike any other place on Earth for a number of reasons, including the importance of its clean water and wilderness areas, the habitat it provides for wildlife, and the fact that well over 100,000 people live within its borders. The Adirondack Park is not like national or even other New York state parks. There is no gate, there is no fee to get in…Read more



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