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Fossil garden may reopen

Owner says site was left a mess

The closed entrance to the Petrified Gardens is shown Friday.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The closed entrance to the Petrified Gardens is shown Friday.
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The Petrified Sea Gardens, the small park with world-famous fossils that has been closed for more than a year, has been cleaned up and may reopen this summer. “We know we want to do something with it,” said William Beers, president of Pallette Stone Corp. Both Pallette Stone in Saratoga Springs and the approximately three-acre Petrified Sea Gardens are owned by D.A. Collins Companies of Mechanicville. “It’s a real asset to the community,” Beers said ...


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