Tag Archives: Environmental Protection Agency

Asbestos discovery delays demolition

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By Jaime Thomas The discovery of asbestos in the old schoolhouse on Quaker Street has thrown a small monkey wrench in demolition proceedings.  The delay, however, is only temporary. Jesse Howard, owner of Jesse Howard Properties and Building Co., told the Sentinel Tuesday that he has been hired by property owners Tom and Jerry Burke […]

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State of Lake Champlain report released

A report released last week by the Lake Champlain Basin Program on the state of Lake Champlain is a bit of a mixed bag. The organization released the 2012 State of the Lake and Ecosystem Indicators Report was released last Wednesday. The report, which is produced every three to four years, informs citizens and resource […]

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Irene impacts procurement policy

The ripple effect of Tropical Storm Irene was still being felt in the Village of Granville Monday night as every action the village board took was somehow touched or impacted by the event. Due to substantial infrastructure damage in the village, mostly to the waste water treatment system, the village board passed a resolution to […]

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Sludge disposal costs to rise

The ripple effect of a potential Environmental Protection Agency fine on the Washington County Sewer District will include increased costs for the village of Granville, officials learned recently. Appearing at the Jan. 3 meeting of the village board, sewer district executive director Joseph Brilling told the board a capital project will be required to get […]

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Lakes Classifieds – 01/23/15

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Rivals speak on sports’ success

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By Derek Liebig When the Granville Board of Education decided last week to abandon the school district’s 30-year affiliation with […]

Landlord says he is remedying properties

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By Dan King A Queensbury man, who owns multiple properties in Whitehall, says he has been working on getting all […]

District to reevaluate schedule

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By Dan King Whitehall School District Superintendent Liz Legault said the district will begin working toward a new block schedule […]

Probation officers to carry firearms

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By Derek Liebig In a split vote, the Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution last week authorizing probation […]

Two close losses for boys’ hoops

The Whitehall boys’ basketball team lost two games by a combined nine points last week. On Friday evening, the Railroaders […]

No new leads in case of missing man

By Derek Liebig It’s been a year since Jonathan Schaff was last seen walking from a Main Street bar toward […]