Tag Archives: Cleanup

Officials still waiting on rubble cleanup; Edgeco expected to return by middle of week

It’s still a waiting game to see when contractors from Edgeco Environmental, Inc., will return to Granville to finish the work they started. The company hired to clean up the pile of rubble on Main Street took their first load to an asbestos processing facility near Rochester several weeks ago and did not return days […]

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Rubble remains

Though the machinery is in place and the starting date has well passed, cleanup has yet to take place on Main Street. Nine months have passed since the Nov. 11 fire that destroyed two buildings, and their charred remains still sit behind a temporary fence. On Tuesday, Attorney John Winn, who is representing one of […]

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Pile cleanup ‘imminent’

By Jaime Thomas The remains of the Nov. 12 fire on Main Street have been the talk of the town as of late, but officials believe it will soon be gone. A contract has been executed by both sides, and the owners of the buildings that are now a pile of rubble have engaged a […]

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Fort Ti to offer overnight program for Scouts

Fort Ticonderoga has announced a new overnight program for Boy Scout Troops. “Imagine your troop being able to garrison Fort Ticonderoga overnight,” said the Fort’s director of education, Rich Strum. “Give your scouts an experience they’ll never forget — a rare chance to spend the night at Fort Ticonderoga.” A limited number of slots are […]

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Students’ lessons start with lunches

By Bill Toscano   Christine Cook plans her Fridays at Granville High around the Friday Lunch Lounge, hosted by the students in the Journeys II class in room 143. “I have been coming to the Lunch Lounge for as long as they have been having it, and it’s wonderful,” Cook said last Friday, as the […]

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Flood repairs may require permits

Property owners who are planning to make repairs to their properties as a result of this spring’s flooding may need to acquire permits before undertaking any work. Individuals whose shoreline, riverbank or stream bank properties were damaged by flooding may need to acquire permits or authorization from the Department of Environmental Conservation before engaging in […]

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Village Board planning on more cleaning up

By Derek Liebig It may be a time for a little spring cleaning. The Village Board of Trustees discussed possible efforts to clean up the village during Tuesday’s board meeting. The discussion came in light of flooding over the last several weeks that has reveal garbage and debris throughout affect areas. A couple of residents […]

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Village seeks help clearing hydrants

DPW, village ask residents to help Where is the fire hydrant closest to your residence? Ask yourself about the last time you saw that particular piece of potentially life or home-saving hardware.  Discussion at the Feb. 7 village board meeting led to more discussion afterward and a realization – many of the hydrants in the […]

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Town working out ‘kinks’ to finalize budget process

The Whitehall town spending plan for 2010 has been approved, but final “tweaks” are being made before the plan is submitted to the county by the Nov. 20 deadline.    

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Joseph Prefontaine, 65

Joseph Prefontaine, age 65, passed away on July 28, 2014 at the Pines at Glens Falls Nursing Home following a […]

GCS switching to one-tier bus system

School may be out for summer but the head of transportation for the Granville Central School District has had plenty […]

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Harold F. “Huzzy” Martell

Harold F. “Huzzy” Martell, 88, of Boardman Street, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle and friend passed away on […]

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