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Rails-to-trails sounds great for Adirondacks

April 29, 2015 To the editor: My youngest daughter graduated from Falconer in 1986. That winter we took a trip to Paul Smith’s College, and I was amazed at how beautiful the area was, even snow-covered and col. more »»

The rest of the story

April 21, 2015 As a Adirondack Scenic Railroad advocate, I have noticed each month and recently a lot of activity by the Adirondack Recreational Trail Advocates in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise about how the... more »»

Government should support passenger rail

April 21, 2015 To the editor: I am a digital subscriber to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and a former New Yorker who remains a regular visitor to the High Peaks region. more »»

What I learned from Southern rail trails

April 17, 2015 To the editor: My wife and I returned recently from a trip to Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Virginia to ride some of their many bike trails. more »»

Questions about Lake Flower hotel plan

April 17, 2015 To the editor: Re: the proposed hotel on Lake Flower: First of all there’s the liability, which no one has discussed, to my knowledg. more »»

Another rail trail success story

April 16, 2015 What we could have here in the Adirondacks and the Tri-Lakes area was brought home to us when we visited South Carolina recently to ride our bikes on the Swamp Rabbit Trail. more »»

Bike trail would be big boost for local economy

April 14, 2015 To the editor: Your news stories and editorial on the need for revitalizing downtown Saranac Laker have been enlightening and on target. Only one element has been missing in your coverag. more »»

Adirondack railroad for Olympics?

April 8, 2015 At first I thought it was an April Fools Day joke published a day late. But the letter in this paper from Wayne Tucker, “Railroad would be needed for another Lake Placid Olympics,” was dead serio. more »»

Writing’s on the wall for Adirondack tourist trains

April 7, 2015 To the editor: The Saratoga-North Creek Railroad has announced it has been losing over a million dollars a year on its tourist trai. more »»

Railroad would be needed for another Lake Placid Olympics

April 2, 2015 To the editor: After reading the Enterprise’s good editorial on promotional ideas to help Lake Placid regain its Olympic stature, I suggest you don’t limit this vision to just Lake Placid but... more »»

Times have changed

March 12, 2015 I’ve worked in the tourist excursion industry for 35-plus years. What I’m about to tell you is not a guess. It’s cold, hard facts. The world outside most rural areas is moving at breakneck speed. more »»

A trail to better life, health

February 25, 2015 New York has an opportunity to create a multi-use trail through the Adirondacks that would be a wonderful addition to the constellation of upstate multi-use trails, including the Erie Canalway Trail... more »»

Railroad is an obstacle in Tupper Lake

February 2, 2015 To the editor: Here it is, Jan. more »»

Take another look at Saranac Lake museums

January 23, 2015 To the editor: I am writing in response to Dick Beamish’s recent Enterprise Guest Commentary, in which he states that the Saranac Lake train station is “a building just begging to become a small... more »»

Over 30 days and counting

January 19, 2015 To the editor: The Adirondack Rail Trail or rail restoration for the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor is a matter of debate in the media, with both — perhaps three — views in contest, but here is... more »»

Lessons from the Swamp Rabbit Trail

January 16, 2015 For the past 30 years, a rail-to-trail movement has been sweeping the country. more »»

The pot calling the kettle black

January 14, 2015 I appreciate the opportunity to respond to ARTA directors concerning recent commentary appearing in this colum. more »»

Confronting history on two wheels

January 6, 2015 For good reason, the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor that runs through the Adirondack Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. more »»

 
 
 

 

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