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And denial shall set you free

November 14, 2015 Over the past few months three news stories have caught my attention — two in this country and one globally — that have significant future implications. more »»

Rails keep communities strong

November 13, 2015 The rail-trail debate has provided much for those in the bleacher seats, and as the process continues with its now-familiar twists and turns, the future is beginning to come into focus and, with it,... more »»

No response about Common Core

November 12, 2015 On Jan. 28, 2014, I sent a letter to the chairs of the education committees in both houses of the New York state legislature; included were materials for every member of these committees. more »»

Other New York Editorials

November 12, 2015 The Poughkeepsie Journal on Congress avoiding a government shutdown and the challenges still remaining --- For Congress, this is as good as it gets. more »»

Why the trails are a better option

November 11, 2015 Yes the railroad did help build the entire country. It was a transition from rivers and canals and horse and buggies. more »»

Mike Derrick, one of us

November 10, 2015 Recently I attended a presentation by Mike Derrick at Paul Smith’s College (covered in the Oct. 30 edition of the Enterprise). more »»

Trails with rails is the win-win

November 9, 2015 For the past couple of years, area residents and readers of the Enterprise have been witness to displays of intransigence and condescension by those who espouse ripping up the rails in the... more »»

Rail trails and public health

November 9, 2015 It was time to check out the brand-new Lamoille Valley Rail Trail in Vermont, in anticipation of having our very own rail trail in the Tri-Lakes area. more »»

A time to come together

November 6, 2015 Democracy works. It isn’t always pretty, but it affords citizens the opportunity to fully argue a point, after which, hopefully, the majority rules and benefits accrue. more »»

Train, rail bikes essential to shops

November 5, 2015 In response to Mr. Banks’ recent claims in a Guest Commentary, I would like to answer one of them. I am the manager of Eco Living in downtown Saranac Lake. more »»

‘Merchants of Doubt’

November 5, 2015 I just finished reading “Merchants of Doubt,” a book about how a handful of supposedly civic-minded people used diversion, red herrings and false “facts” to stave off anti-smoking, anti-acid-rain an... more »»

From New York Newspapers

November 5, 2015 The Poughkeepsie Journal on Congress avoiding a government shutdown and the challenges still remaining - Nov. 4 - For Congress, this is as good as it gets. more »»

Free stuff can be a bad buy

November 3, 2015 Free college! That’s what the Democratic candidates were offering in their presidential debate. more »»

Who wrote the campaign script?

November 3, 2015 It first hit me on a Tuesday morning in March at a Washington presidential forum sponsored by the International Association of Fire Fighters. more »»

War, sacrifice and America’s veterans

November 2, 2015 While we can all rejoice this Veterans Day that the steady flow of U.S. more »»

Go the distance with rail trails

October 30, 2015 After five years of public debate, the Adirondacks are on the verge of seeing a new rail trail that should prove to be an important tourist draw and a recreational opportunity in keeping with the... more »»

Playing monopoly with tourist trains and rail bikes

October 29, 2015 As New York state nears a decision on the best use of the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor, let’s review the option. more »»

Other New York editorials

October 29, 2015 The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle on Uber in upstate New York Oct. 21 This is not your parent’s taxi cab company. more »»

The restaurant business — full disclosure

October 26, 2015 A recent, excellent article by Jason Hammel, in conjunction with the annual restaurant discount “rite of passage” in the local newspaper, inspired an “a-ha” moment and the impetus for these musings. more »»

Keep the tracks for the sake of the past, present and future

October 24, 2015 I write concerning recent comments in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise regarding the Rail Explorers business’ success and the destruction of the historic Adirondack railroa. more »»

 
 

 

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